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Published on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

The German Historical Institutes of Paris and Rome are launching a new online seminar series on “Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History” in the academic year 2021/2022. The events take place every two months. They are aimed at both young and established scholars from all medieval disciplines. The intention is to create an international and interdisciplinary forum where diverse topics and methodological approaches can be presented and discussed.

Announcement

Presentation

The German Historical Institutes of Paris and Rome are launching a new online seminar series on “Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History” in the academic year 2021/2022. The events take place every two months. They are aimed at both young and established scholars from all medieval disciplines. The intention is to create an international and interdisciplinary forum where diverse topics and methodological approaches can be presented and discussed.

Seminar schedule

The geographical area is deliberately not clearly defined and includes Europe, as well as the Mediterranean region in its broadest sense. Also comprised are interconnections between the Euro-Mediterranean area and other world regions. Each seminar focuses on discussion and is held in English. The presenter submits her/his paper (max. 5000 words) about 10 days before the event so that all participants can read it in advance. In the online seminar itself, only a 10-minute keynote presentation will be given. A subsequent 10-minute commentary by a specialist will stimulate the following discussion. 

Registration

The seminars are held online on zoom. The registration link can be found under each event and in the calendar of the German Historical Institute Paris: http://www.dhi-paris.fr/veranstaltungen/kalender.html

Program

Tuesday, 28 September 2021

5:00–6:00 PM

  • From Convivencia to Entanglement. Interpreting Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Retellings of the Hebrew Bible in Medieval Iberia, David Wacks (Eugene OR)
  • Discussant: Matthias M. Tischler (Barcelona)

Registration

Tuesday, 23 November 2021

5:00–6:00 PM

  • Crusader Relics Re-shaping Monastic Identity. The Latin East, the Abbey of Cluny, and the Lost finger of Saint Stephen, Miriam Tessera (Milan)
  • Discussant: Christopher Gerrard (Durham)

Registration

Tuesday, 25 January 2022

5:00–6:00 PM

  • The eikouménē. Traffic and Transmission of Musical Signs across the Eastern Mediterranean during the Renaissance, Patrick Becker-Naydenov (Leipzig)
  • Discussant: Judith I. Haug (Istanbul)

Registration

Tuesday, 29 March 2022

5:00–6:00 PM

  • Mobility, Diversity, and Connectivity. Medieval Southern Italy/Sicily through the Lens of Transnational History, Valerie Ramseyer (Wellesley MA)
  • Discussant: Dominique Valérian (Paris)

Registration

Tuesday, 24 May 2022

5:00–6:00 PM

  • Scandinavian-Mediterranean Entanglements (11th–13th centuries), Francesco D’Angelo (Rome)
  • Discussant: Kathryn Hain (Marquette NE)

Registration

Contact

  • Kordula Wolf German Historical Institute Rome Via Aurelia Antica, 391I-00165 Roma wolf@dhi-roma.it
  • Amélie Sagasser German Historical Institute of Paris 8 rue du Parc RoyalF-75003 Paris asagasser@dhi-paris.fr

Event format

Full online event


Date(s)

  • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
  • Tuesday, November 23, 2021
  • Tuesday, January 25, 2022
  • Tuesday, March 29, 2022
  • Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Keywords

  • médiéval, Méditerranée

Contact(s)

  • Amélie Sagasser
    courriel : asagasser [at] dhi-paris [dot] fr

Reference Urls

Information source

  • Margot Lyautey
    courriel : presse [at] dhi-paris [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History », Seminar, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, https://calenda.org/911915

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