By Bert Roest
This quantity deals a brand new synthesis of Franciscan schooling, exhibiting the dynamic improvement of the Franciscan institution community. additionally mentioned is the connection among the medieval universities and the learn programmes provided to Franciscan scholars.
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However, sometimes sources do not differentiate between these teachers and those working for the papal curia studium, calling them both lectores sacri palatii. Cf. CREYTENS, 1942, 5-83. 107 The non degree status of these schools derived not so much from their inferior curriculum, but was due to the absence of a public chair of theology attached to a university. Reasons for this varied: because there was no university in the neighbourhood, because the neighbouring university did not have a theology faculty, or because the Franciscan school in question was not able or willing to align itself with such an existing local institution.
128 The Franciscan school in Padua became a degree school when the studium was incorporated in the local theology faculty in 1363. In 1373 the degree status of the Padua studium was officially approved by the general chapter of Toulouse (together with the degree status of Florence, Bologna and Perugia). CONSTITUTIONES TOLOSANENSES (1373), 174b, n. 13. See on the literary culture and the scholarly activities in the later medieval Franciscan friary and studium in Padua, SARTORI, 1966; MARANGON, 1997³; MARANGON, 19974.
BERG, 1986, 422-3. BULLARIUM FRANCISCANUM, II, 208b, n. 317. Cf. CONSTITUTIONES PRENARBONENSES ( -1239), 54. This privilege was re-iterated in 1265. 114 COURTENAY, 1988, 88. 115 BERG, 1986, 423. 32 chapter one many other regions where the mendicant presence was strong (as certainly was the case in Italy, Southern France, and England). We therefore should not make too strong a distinction between these provincial and interprovincial studia generalia theologiae and secondary studia generalia with degree possibilities like Cambridge.
A History of Franciscan Education (C. 1210-1517) (Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, V. 11) by Bert Roest