This article considers the interaction between preacher and audience, focusing on the conceptual and psychological mechanics of effective moral formation. It demonstrates that Bernardino da Siena's preaching was the product of a complex dialogue between a well-trained preacher and an actively engaged audience.
|Title of host publication||Observant Reform in the Later Middle Ages and Beyond.|
|Subtitle of host publication||Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition|
|Editors||James Mixson, Bert Roest|
|Place of Publication||Leiden|
|Publisher||Brill Academic Publishers|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- Centre for Medieval Studies