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Programme / Programm 2021-22

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Le séminaire 2021-22 est en ligne avec les programmes du CAPES et de l’agrégation, “Villes et construction étatique en Europe du Nord-Ouest du XIIIe au XVe siècles (Empire, Anciens Pays-Bas, France, Angleterre)” et “La construction de l’État monarchique en France de 1380 à 1715”.
Horaire : les lundis, 18h-20h. Vidéoconférence via Zoom. Lien zoom à demander à nils.bock@uni-muenster.de.

15 novembre 2021
Louis Genton, The book of justice of the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. An example of the redefinition of monastic judicial power in medieval Paris (circa 1270-1280)
Julia Bruch, Writing practices among urban craftsmen. Methodological considerations for the analysis of pre-modern chronicle manuscripts

13 décembre 2021
Elisabeth Schmit, The king of justice and his cities : about the division of the Parlement of Paris in the 15th century
Willem Fiene, Putting the King’s justice to good use : the Parlement of Paris and local conflicts in Languedoc (1360-1420)

17 janvier 2022
Jean-Dominique Delle Luche, Shooting contests and urban hierarchy in the Holy Roman Empire
Christa Birkel, Closed Houses? Medieval Hospital Networks between Caritas, Economy and Politics

Deutsche Fassung

Zeit: Montags, 18-20 Uhr. Format: Zoom-Konferenz. Anmeldung unter nils.bock@uni-muenster.de.

15. November 2021
Louis Genton, The book of justice of the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. An example of the redefinition of monastic judicial power in medieval Paris (circa 1270-1280)
Julia Bruch, Writing practices among urban craftsmen. Methodological considerations for the analysis of pre-modern chronicle manuscripts

13. Dezember 2021
Elisabeth Schmit, The king of justice and his cities : about the division of the Parlement of Paris in the 15th century
Willem Fiene, Putting the King’s justice to good use : the Parlement of Paris and local conflicts in Languedoc (1360-1420)

17 . Januar 2022
Jean-Dominique Delle Luche, Shooting contests and urban hierarchy in the Holy Roman Empire
Christa Birkel, Closed Houses? Medieval Hospital Networks between Caritas, Economy and Politics

Programme / Programm 2020-21

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Les jeudi, 14h-16h
Visioconférence via Zoom : lien à demander à nils[point]bock[a]uni-muenster[point]de.
Présentation de 20-30 min en anglais
Discussion : anglais, français, allemand

I. Péninsule ibérique

15 avril : Alexandre Giunta (Toulouse), Dei gratia Regina: The Matrimonial Alliances of the Kings of Aragon and Pamplona (11th-12th centuries)
22 avril: Sandra Schieweck (Heidelberg), The Crown of Castile and its Frontiers: A Spatial Analysis

II. Histoire et économie

20 mai : Ulla Kypta (Hamburg), Merchants’ Cooporation in late-medieval Antwerp
27 mai : Cécile Troadec (Paris), Social Mobility in a Growing City (Rome, 15th century)

III. Conflits urbains

17 juin : Jörn Christophersen (Frankfurt), Why Religious Framing Matters. Observations on Violence and Coercion in Medieval Urban Conflicts
24 juin : Claire Judde de Larivière (Toulouse), Political Conflicts, Popular Politics and Ordinary Politicization: How did Ordinary Inhabitants Interact in Medieval Urban Politics?

IV. Matérialité et pratique de l’écrit

1er juillet : Harmony Dewez (Poitiers), Administrative Memorials in the Time of High Farming c. 1270-1330
8 juillet : Abigail Armstrong (Heidelberg), The Materiality of Seignorial Administration in the North-East of England in the Later Middle Ages

Deutsche Version

 

Donnerstags, 14:00 bis 16:00 Uhr
Zoom-Konferenz. Anmeldung unter nils[dot]bock[a]uni-muenster[dot]de.
Präsentation von 20-30 min, Englisch
Diskussion: Englisch, Französisch, Deutsch

I. Iberische Halbinsel

15. April: Alexandre Giunta (Toulouse), Dei gratia Regina: The Matrimonial Alliances of the Kings of Aragon and Pamplona (11th-12th centuries)
22. April: Sandra Schieweck (Heidelberg), The Crown of Castile and its Frontiers: A Spatial Analysis

II. Geschichte und Wirtschaft

20. Mai: Ulla Kypta (Hamburg), Merchants’ Cooporation in late-medieval Antwerp
27. Mai: Cécile Troadec (Paris), Social Mobility in a Growing City (Rome, 15th century)

III. Städtische Konflikte

17. Juni: Jörn Christophersen (Frankfurt), Why Religious Framing Matters. Observations on Violence and Coercion in Medieval Urban Conflicts
24. Juni: Claire Judde de Larivière (Toulouse), Political Conflicts, Popular Politics and Ordinary Politicization: How did Ordinary Inhabitants Interact in Medieval Urban Politics?

IV. Materialität und Schrift

1. Juli: Harmony Dewez (Poitiers), Administrative Memorials in the Time of High Farming c. 1270-1330
8. Juli: Abigail Armstrong (Heidelberg), The Materiality of Seignorial Administration in the North-East of England in the Later Middle Ages