Historische Wissens- und Gebrauchsliteratur auf dem virtual International Medieval Congress Leeds

Der International Medieval Congress Leeds findet in diesem Jahr virtuell statt. Vom 6. bis 10. Juli 2020 können zahlreiche Vortragssessions, Keynote Lectures, Vernetzungstreffen und Abendveranstaltungen besucht werden. Auch das Netzwerk Historische Wissen- und Gebrauchsliteratur wird mit einem von Marco Heiles ausgerichtetem „Networking Meeting: Historical Literature of Knowledge and Practice“ vertreten sein. Das einstündige Meeting wird am Donnerstag, den 09. Juli, um 13.00 Uhr Britischer Zeit, das heißt um 14 Uhr Mitteleuropäischer Zeit stattfinden.

Zum IMC 2020 können Sie sich noch bis zum 26.06.2020 kostenlos registrieren: https://www.imc.leeds.ac.uk/imc-2020/register-for-vimc/.

Wir haben das vorläufige Programm durchgesehen und alle Sessions zusammengestellt, in denen mindestens ein Beitrag einen Bezug zur historischen Wissens- und Gebrauchsliteratur hat.

MONDAY 06 JULY 2020: 16.30-18.00

Session: v3-04 Virtual Session Room 4
Title: GEOGRAPHIC BORDERS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Chris Lewis, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper v3-04-a: The ‘Wilderness’: Geographic Knowledge between Textual Description and Practical Application in Late Medieval Prussia (Language: English) Stefan Striegler, Historisches Institut, Universität Greifswald
Paper v3-04-b: The Role of the Archivists of San Clodio do Ribeiro in the Demarcation of Boundaries and Their Documentary Preservation (Language: English) Aránzazu Fernández Quintas, Facultade de Historia, Universidade de Vigo, Ourense
Paper v3-04-c: Reigate Stone Economies: Physical Borders and Boundaries in Medieval London (Language: English) Martin Michette, School of Geography & the Environment, University of Oxford

TUESDAY 07 JULY 09.00-10.30

Session: v4-02 Virtual Session Room 2
Title: FANTASTIC BEASTS, I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Bernadette McCooey, Independent Scholar, Birmingham
Paper v4-02-a: Between Reality and Myth: The Shifting and Fluid Nature of Elephant Imagery (Language: English) Sarah Lambert, Open Book, Goldsmiths, University of London
Paper v4-02-b: Subject and Object: The Case of the Nautilus ab Indis in the Early Modern Period as a Paradigm of Cabinet of Curiosities Culture (Language: English) Maria Cristina Bastante, Independent Scholar, Roma
Paper v4-02-c: Monkeys in Heraldry: Why Is there a Monkey on the Sánkafalvy Coat of Arms? (Language: English) Eszter Nora Nyilas, Department of History, Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest

TUESDAY 07 JULY 2020: 11.15-12.45

Session: v5-06 Virtual Session Room 6
Title: THE ARTEFACTUALITY OF THE CODEX: FORM AND CONTENT IN MANUSCRIPT MAKING IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Matthew Driscoll, Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, Københavns Universitet
Paper v5-06-a: ‘In my own hand’: Homemade Prayer Books (Language: English) Anne Mette Hansen, Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, Københavns Universitet
Paper v5-06-b: Mise-en-page as Data Structure: Fredegar’s (Mis)Epitomisation of Jerome (Language: English) Alessandro Gnasso, Independent Scholar, Rome
Paper v5-06-c: The Codex as a Compilatio: Historiography in Multitext Manuscripts (Language: English) N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas

TUESDAY 07 JULY 2020: 14.15-15.45

Session: v6-02 Virtual Session Room 2
Title: THE FANTASTIC, THE MONSTROUS, AND THE GROTESQUE, I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Hyunhee Park, Department of History, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
Paper v6-02-a: The Reality of Medieval Fiction: Blurring a Few Prevailing Borders (Language: English) Julien Le Mauff, Faculté des Lettres, Sorbonne Université, Paris
Paper v6-02-b: Distance, Fact, and Fiction: Physical, Cultural, and Literary Borders in Medieval Travel Writing (Language: English) Kathleen Burt, Department of English, Middle Georgia State University
Session: v6-07 Virtual Session Room 7
Title: FANTASTIC BEASTS, II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Alice Choyke, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest/Wien
Paper v6-07-a: Real and Fantastic Beasts: Tracing Exotic Species from the ‘Physiologus’ to Medieval Western Europe (Language: English) Kyrie Miranda, Department of English, Modern Languages & Philosophy, Francis Marion University, South Carolina
Paper v6-07-b: The Persian Perspective: On The Book of Wonders Outside of the European Centre (Language: English) Lucia Simova, Independent Scholar, South Orange, New Jersey
Paper v6-07-c: More than Bovine and Ovine in Later Medieval Iceland (Language: English) Bernadette McCooey, Independent Scholar, Birmingham

WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2020: 09.00-10.30

Session: v8-03 Virtual Session Room 3
Title: PREGNANCY, MOTHERHOOD, AND BREASTFEEDING
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Stavroula Constantinou, Department of Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies, University of Cyprus, Nicosia
Paper v8-03-a: Motherhood and Breastfeeding in the Passion of Perpetua (Language: English) Stavroula Constantinou, Department of Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies, University of Cyprus, Nicosia
Paper v8-03-b: ‘Yf a woman be in trauell of childe’: Invocation of the Divine in Late Medieval English Pregnancy and Childbirth (Language: English) Elizabeth Burrell, School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies, Monash University, Victoria
Paper v8-03-c: Breastfeeding in the Greek Anthology (Language: English) Maria Christodoulou, Independent Scholar, Cyprus

WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2020: 11.15-12.45

Session: v9-03 Virtual Session Room 3
Title: MARY’S BORDERS: THE VIRGIN BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH IN LITERATURE AND MATERIAL CULTURE
Organiser: Hope Doherty, Department of English Studies, Durham University
Moderator: Elisabeth Trischler, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper v9-03-a: From Donna to Madonna: Petrarch’s Canzone to the Virgin and the Architecture of the Rerum vulgarium fragmenta (Language: English) Emma Wall, School of Modern Languages & Cultures, Durham University
Paper v9-03-b: Cloaking Mary, Cloaking Haukyn: Skin and ‘Marian Medicine’ in Piers Plowman (Language: English) Hope Doherty, Department of English Studies, Durham University
Paper v9-03-c: ‘Measures of oure Lady’: The Virgin’s Girdle and Childbirth in Late Medieval England (Language: English) Roisin Donohoe, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Session: v9-06 Virtual Session Room 6
Title: MAGICAL BODIES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Rose A. Sawyer, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper v9-06-a: The Language of Kraftaskáld Magic in the Rímur Forms (Language: English) Eirik Westcoat, Faculty of Icelandic & Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Iceland, Reykjavík
Paper v9-06-b: Magical Bodies: The Use and Abuse of the Body in Medieval Spells (Language: English) Tabitha Stanmore, Department of History, University of Bristol
Paper v9-06-c: A Combat of Supernatural Powers: The Sacred, the Diabolical – Demonia’s Body in Their Making (Language: English) Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, School of Social Sciences & Humanities, University of Tampere
Paper v9-06-d: ‘Ravens and dogs and bears, oh my!’: Shape-Shifting Walking Dead in Medieval English Texts (Language: English) Polina Ignatova, Department of History, Lancaster University

WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2020: 14.15-15.45

Session: v10-01 Virtual Session Room 1
Title: OBSERVANT REFORM
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ian Forrest, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Paper v10-01-a: Producing Private Prayerbooks: Medingen Manuscript Production across the Borders of Monastic Reform (1479) and Lutheran Reformation (1524-1544) (Language: English) Carolin Gluchowski, Kunstgeschichtliches Institut, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Paper v10-01-b: Mapping Observance: Visualising Observant Reform in Late Medieval Germany (Language: English) Kathryne Beebe, Department of History, University of North Texas
Paper v10-01-c: The Legacy of St John of Capistrano in the Hungarian Catholic Church (Language: English) Elvira Tamus, Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit Leiden
Paper v10-01-d: Heartland and Peripheries of the Franciscan Bosnian Vicariate (Language: English) Pawel Cholewicki, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Session: v10-02 Virtual Session Room 2
Title: TEACHING ANIMALS
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest/Wien & Alice Choyke, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest/Wien
Moderator: Anastasija Ropa, Department of Management & Communication Science, Latvian Academy of Sport Education, Riga
Paper v10-02-a: Training Young Horses in the Middle Ages and Today: Applying Jordanus Rufus’s Advice on Horse Breaking (Language: English) Anastasija Ropa, Department of Management & Communication Science, Latvian Academy of Sport Education, Riga
Paper v10-02-b: The Goat of Skanderbeg (Language: English) Etleva Lala, Faculty of Humanities, Eőtvős Loránd University, Budapest
Session: v10-04 Virtual Session Room 4
Title: BORDERS, BOUNDARIES, AUTHORITIES, AND IDENTITIES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Charlie Rozier, Department of History, Durham University
Paper v10-04-a: Episcopal Networks and Physical Borders in an Ecumenical Crisis: The ‘Arian Controversy’, 312-381 (Language: English) Douglas Robert Gilbert Watson, Fachbereich Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften, Freie Universität Berlin
Paper v10-04-b: Landscapes of Knowledge: Space, Sense, and Identity in the Exeter Riddles (Language: English) Amy Clark, English Department, University of California, Berkeley
Paper v10-04-c: Managing Space in Frankish Monasteries’ Lists of Belongings (Language: English) Alexis Wilkin, Département d’Histoire, Art et Archéologie, Université Libre de Bruxelles / Unité de Recherche Sociétés anciennes, médiévales et modernes (SOCIAMM)
Paper v10-04-d: Quoting Lyrics and Subjectivities in the Chastelaine de Vergy (Language: English) Sophie Marnette, Balliol College, University of Oxford

THURSDAY 09 JULY 2020: 11.15-12.45

Session: v13-06 Virtual Session Room 6
Title: BODILY DIMENSIONS: SENSUAL AND SUPERNATURAL BORDERS, I
Organiser: Jack Ford, Department of History, University College London
Moderator: Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds
Paper v13-06-a: Prophetic and Erotic Bodies: Objects of Arabic Poetic Love in the 15th Century (Language: English) Simon Leese, Departement Filosofie en Religiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper v13-06-b: On the Edge of Bodily Health and Sorcery: Discussions of Healing Rituals in Early Islam (Language: English) Adam Collins Bursi, Departement Filosofie en Religiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper v13-06-c: Imagined Bodies in Medieval Sufism: Bodily Discipline and Representation in Sufi Dream Manuals (Language: English) Eyad Abuali, Departement Filosofie en Religiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht
Session: v13-08 Virtual Session Room 8
Title: STUFF OF WAR: FORTIFICATIONS, FIGHT BOOKS, AND MILITARY MANUALS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Laura Bernardazzi, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Paper v13-08-a: ‘A citizen of Bourdeaux come to hear mass on French territory’: The Perception of the Borders in the Military Manual of Christine de Pizan (Language: English) Xavier Duch Latorre, Associació de Recerca i Difusió Interdisciplinàries en Cultures Medievals (ARDIT), Universitat de Barcelona
Paper v13-08-b: Defending the Frontier or Keeping up with the Neighbours?: The Evolution of Late Medieval Artillery Fortifications (Language: English) Christof Krauskopf, Archäologisches Landesmuseum Brandenburg & Peter Purton, Independent Scholar, London
Paper v13-08-c: Reassessing the Knight’s Skills: Jaufre and Medieval Fight Books (Language: English) Laura Bernardazzi, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Paper v13-08-d: Virtutibus Fratres: The Brotherhood of Diocletian and Maximian (Language: English) Byron Waldron, Department of Classics & Ancient History, University of Sydney

THURSDAY 09 JULY 2020: 14.15-15.45

Session: v14-07 Virtual Session Room 7
Title: HEALTH IDENTITIES ACROSS AND WITHIN BORDERS
Organiser: Elma Brenner, Wellcome Collection, London
Moderator: Wendy J. Turner, Department of History, Anthropology & Philosophy, Augusta University, Georgia
Paper v14-07-a: The Transmission of the Culture of Materia Medica around the Medieval Mediterranean (Language: English) Ayman Yasin Atat, Abteilung für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften mit Schwerpunkt Pharmaziegeschichte, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Paper v14-07-b: Crossing the Border: The Movement of Materia Medica in the Carolingian World (Language: English) Claire Burridge, Humanities Research Programme, British School at Rome
Paper v14-07-c: Travel and Health: England and France in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English) Elma Brenner, Wellcome Collection, London
Paper v14-07-d: How to Join the Borders of the Wounds: Principles of Suturing and Healing Wounds in the Medieval Period, according to Henri de Mondeville (Cambridge, Peterhouse 118) (Language: English) Corinne Lamour, Centre d’Études Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale (CESCM – UMR 7302), Université de Poitiers / Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds

FRIDAY 10 JULY 2020: 14.15-15.45

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Session: v18-04 Virtual Session Room 4
Title: READING, WRITING, AND THEIR PURPOSES IN SECULAR AND RELIGIOUS TEXTS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Katrina M. Wilkins, Department of English & Foreign Languages, McNeese State University, Louisiana
Paper v18-04-a: The Use of Latin in Middle English Instructional Texts (Language: English) Judith Kaup, Independent Scholar, Berlin
Paper v18-04-b: Emotion Vocabulary in Old English Prose Saints’ Lives: A Corpus-Driven Investigation of Affect (Language: English) Daria Izdebska, Department of English, Liverpool Hope University
Paper v18-04-c: Church Fathers Annotated: Mechanics of Reading Patristic Texts in the Low Countries in the High Middle Ages (Language: English) Nick Pouls, Institutt for arkeologi, historie, kultur- og religionsvitskap, Universitetet i Bergen

FRIDAY 10 JULY 2020: 16.30-18.00

Session: v19-02 Virtual Session Room 2
Title: REPRESENTING THE INEFFABLE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Diane J. Reilly, Department of Art History, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper v19-02-a: Crossing Temporal Borders: The Zodiac on 12th-Century Church Portals (Language: English) Shelley Williams, Department of Comparative Arts & Letters, Brigham Young University, Utah
Paper v19-02-b: Icon Revetments as Iconostases in a Dynamic Sacred Space (Language: English) Özlem Eren, Department of Art History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Paper v19-02-c: A Divine Presence: Approaches to the Representation of Spiritual Agency in the Buddhist, Christian, and Hindu Traditions (Language: English) Gamble Madsen, Art Division, Monterey Peninsula College, California
Session: v19-06 Virtual Session Room 6
Title: ON THE BORDERS OF MANUSCRIPTS AND INCUNABLES, PRELIMINARY AND FINAL ADDITIONS TO THE ORIGINAL TEXT
Organiser: Charlotte Pickard, Centre for Continuing & Professional Education, Cardiff University / Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Open University & Harriet Kersey, Research Development, Canterbury Christ Church University
Moderator: Marlène Helias-Baron, Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes (IRHT), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris
Paper v19-06-a: Beyond the Borders of the Pages: A Codicological and Historical Investigation of Additional Material in Catenae (Language: English) Jacopo Marcon, Department of Theology & Religion, University of Birmingham
Paper v19-06-b: Colophons after Each Chapter of the Medieval Hebrew Dictionary, Sefer ha-shorashim (Language: English) Judith Kogel, Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes (IRHT), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris
Paper v19-06-c: Indexes and Tables of ‘Archival Books’: Presentation of the First Elements of a Survey on the Archives of Paris and Ile-de-France Religious Institutions (Language: English) Marlène Helias-Baron, Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes (IRHT), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris
Session: v19-07 Virtual Session Room 7
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPTS BETWEEN THE GENRES
Organiser: Mateusz Fafinski, Trierer Kolleg für Mittelalter und Frühe Neuzeit, Universität Trier & Anna Gehler-Rachůnek, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
Moderator: Maroula Perisanidi, Institute for Medieval Studies / School of History, University of Leeds
Paper v19-07-a: Like Father, like Father: Manuscript Groupings and Other Measures to Define the Early Medieval Church Fathers (Language: English) Richard M. Pollard, Département d’Histoire, Université du Québec à Montréal
Paper v19-07-b: Early Medieval Manuscripts between the Genres: The Case of Jurisprudential Works of Adab al-Qādi in Islam and Judaism (Language: English) Neri Ariel, Institut für Judaistik, Freie Universität Berlin / Selma Stern Zentrum für Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg

Hinweisen möchten wir außerdem auf die von Katharina Zeppezauer-Wachauer und Silvan Wagner organisierte Online-Konferenz „Grenzüberschreitungen in der vormodernen Kleinepik der Gesellschaft Brevitas, die aus zwei  ursprünglich für den IMC Leeds 2020 geplanten Sessions zum Thema „Border crossing in Medieval short narratives“ hervorgegangen ist.

 Folgende Vorträge werden auf Deutsch gehalten werden:

  • Raoul Du Bois: „New Moon on Monday: Crossing Boarders printed Lunation Tracts
  • Marie-L. Musiol: „Fragmentations and the Desire of the Text: Bodily Boundary Crossings in Medieval Short Epic Tales
  • Laura Stortz: „Hagiographic formula and the recipients‘ choice. Stricker’s ‚Eingemauerte Frau‘
  • Silvan Wagner: „Wine as differentiator and leveller: The puzzeling function of wine in early modern ‚Weingrüße‘“
  • Katharina Zeppezauer-Wachauer: „Crossing the border: The grotesque body in Middle-High German short epics

Interessierte können sich bis zum 01. Juli für die Onlinekonferenz anmelden (Silvan.Wagner@gmx.de).


Dieser Eintrag wurde veröffentlicht in Billets, Veranstaltungshinweise und verschlagwortet mit , , , von Marco Heiles. Permanenter Link zum Eintrag.

Über Marco Heiles

Marco Heiles ist Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Germanistik/Mediävistik am Institut für Germanistische und Allgemeine Literaturwissenschaft der RWTH Aachen University. Im Sommersemester 2018 ist er Petra-Kappert-Fellow am SFB 950 'Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa' an der Universität Hamburg. Nach dem Studium der Germanistik an den Universitäten Bonn und Oxford, war Marco Heiles von April 2012 bis Juli 2015 Stipendiat im Graduiertenkolleg des SFB 950 der Universität Hamburg. Marco Heiles wurde im Oktober 2016 von der Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften der Universität Hamburg im Fach Germanistik promoviert. Seine Dissertation zur "Lesersteuerung in deutschsprachigen Losbüchern des ausgehenden Mittelalters" ist 2018 unter dem Titel "Das Losbuch. Manuskriptologie einer Textsorte des 14.bis 16. Jahrhunderts" in der Reihe "Beihefte zum Archiv für Kulturgeschichte" im Böhlau Verlag erscheinen.

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