Aron Gurevich

Aaron Jakowlewitsch Gurewitsch (russisch Арон Яковлевич Гуревич; * 12. Mai 1924 in Moskau; † 5. August 2006 ebenda) war ein russischer Kulturwissenschaftler und Mediävist.

Er studierte Geschichte in seiner Heimatstadt und promovierte dort 1950. Er war leitender wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für allgemeine Geschichte der Akademie der Wissenschaften der UdSSR.

Schriften (Auswahl)

  • Das Weltbild des mittelalterlichen Menschen. München: Beck, 1980
  • Medieval popular culture: problems of belief and perception. Cambridge u.a.: Cambridge Univ. Pr. u.a., 1988
  • Mittelalterliche Volkskultur. 2. Aufl. München: Beck, 1992; ISBN 3406321631
  • Das Individuum im europäischen Mittelalter. München: Beck, 1994
  • Himmlisches und irdisches Leben: Bildwelten des schriftlosen Menschen im 13. Jahrhundert; die Exempel. Amsterdam [u.a.]: Verl. der Kunst, 1997
  • Stumme Zeugen des Mittelalters: Weltbild und Kultur der einfachen Menschen. Weimar [u.a.]: Böhlau, 1997


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