By Bert Roest
This quantity deals a brand new synthesis of Franciscan schooling, displaying the dynamic improvement of the Franciscan institution community. additionally mentioned is the connection among the medieval universities and the examine programmes provided to Franciscan scholars.
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Already in 1245, Franciscan friars held chairs of theology at the newly erected studium generale of the Roman curia. FELDER, 1904, 326ff; KURTSCHEID, 1930, 365-6. 125 See on this in general RASHDALL, 1936, II, esp. 1-113; FRANK, 1992, 20ff; SEIBT, 406-426; VERGER, 43-66; MIETHKE, 1977, 240ff; SCHUBERT, 1978, 13-74. 126 In the North, many new centres did benefit from the exodus of (predominantly German) scholars from Paris in 1386, when the university turned pro-Clementine (Clement VII) and the supporters of Pope Urban VI had to leave.
During the 1420s Erfurt housed the leading Scotist theologian and anti-Observant polemicist Matthias Doering, who also had studied in Oxford. Cf. CATTO, 1992, 177-178. 132 In Heidelberg the Franciscans had a studium generale when, on 18 October 1386, the university of Heidelberg was erected. As the university did not yet have any buildings of its own, they enacted the ceremonial inauguration of the university in the mendicant convents. The choice of the first rector (Marsilius von Inghen) took place in the Augustinian monastery.
With Thomas of York and Richard Rufus of Cornwall we see the emergence of a tradition that friars first read the Sentences in Oxford and later in Paris, and subsequently became regent master in Oxford, frequently followed by a regency in Cambridge. The installment of Franciscan masters after 1247 did cause some problems. The university of Oxford normally would not allow regent masters of theology to be installed who had not ruled in the arts. Yet after the midthirteenth century many Franciscan candidates for the theology degree program would not have received an education in a university arts faculty.
A History of Franciscan Education (C. 1210-1517) (Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, V. 11) by Bert Roest