CMEMS Workshop with Kathryn Starkey (Stanford, German)

February 14, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
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CMEMS Workshop with Katherine Kong

February 7, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
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"Meetings": Berkeley-Stanford Medieval Graduate Conference

February 2, 2018 (All day)

On the occasion of this collaboration between Stanford’s CMEMS and Berkeley’s Program in Medieval Studies, this conference proposes to reflect on the theme of meetings as pertains to our objects and fields of study. The inherent interdisciplinarity of Medieval Studies places a particular premium on scholarly work that sheds light on medieval meetings, in the many senses of the word, as well as facilitating dialogue and “meeting” across artificially drawn institutional and national boundaries. Thus, we invite graduate students at Berkeley and Stanford to meet to share their research and intellectual interests in conversation with one another, as a first step in creating a broader community of graduate medievalists in the Bay Area. 

 

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Susan Dackerman (Cantor Arts Center): “Dürer’s Cannon”

January 31, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
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Cecily Hilsdale: “Constantinople, Kiev, Oviedo: translatio imperii or inter-imperiality?”

January 24, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
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Thérèse Martin (Madrid): “Making Female Rulership in Medieval Iberia”

January 17, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
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Jessica Stewart (Cantor Arts Center): “Albrecht Dürer’s Calculus of Reciprocity”

January 10, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
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Faculty-Graduate Student Reading Group: Kantorowicz's 'The King's Two Bodies'

March 5, 2018 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm
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Faculty-Graduate Student Reading Group: Kantorowicz's 'The King's Two Bodies'

February 12, 2018 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm
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Faculty-Graduate Student Reading Group: Kantorowicz's 'The King's Two Bodies'

January 29, 2018 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm

For this session we'll be reading Chapter 5 (pp. 193-272), on the Corpus Mysticum.

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Curing Festive Feasting Ailments

Will there be no more cakes and ale?

Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night (Act II, Scene 3)

Sir Toby Belch, wikimedia commons

We’d be willing to bet that most of us have over indulged on the Christmas goodies at one time or another, and for those in the past this was just as true. In this post we look at a traditional cure for bloating and discomfort caused by over eating and drinking, and also at a cure for hangover, which might have helped Samuel Pepys at Christmas 1662 when he drank too much wine!

In 1698 Richard Stafford complained that it was such a shame that

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Vient de paraître : Emotions, Medicine and Penance in the Late Medieval Mediterranean

Source : Brill

Naama Cohen-Hanegbi, Caring for the Living Soul. Emotions, Medicine and Penance in the Late Medieval Mediterranean, Brill, Leiden, 2017

Naama Cohen-Hanegbi, Tel Aviv University

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Colloque : « Emotions in the Middle Ages. A historiographical appraisal »

VIII INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL MEETING LLEIDA

25th-28th June 2018

Emotions in the Middle Ages. A historiographical appraisal

Barbara H. Rosenwein (Loyola University Chicago), The Bodily Turn: New Directions in the History of Emotions William Marx (University of Wales Trinity Saint David), Emotions and Orthodoxy in Medieval Latin Devotional Writing Vincent Debiais (Université de Poitiers), title to be confirmed Rob Meens (Universiteit Utrecht), Strong feelings in Flanders in 1127: murdering a count and its consequences Anna Caiozzo (Université Bordeauz-Montaigne), title to be confirmed Mauricio Molina (Universitat de Girona), ‘Sed solus ego caleo’: Composition, Performance, and the Projection of Emotions in the Medieval Latin Song  Francesca Español (Universitat de Barcelona), title to be confirmed Iñaki Bazán (Universidad del País Vasco-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea), title to be confirmed
Original author: Damien Boquet

Exposition : Gouverner avec la peur : la Terreur (1793-1794)

L’exposition est originale par ses auteurs, des étudiants et étudiantes en dernière année de licence d’histoire de l’université Paris-I-Panthéon-Sorbonne, qui ont travaillé, sous la houlette de deux enseignants, Jeanne-Laure Le Quang et Guillaume Mazeau, avec le musée Carnavalet et la Parisienne de photographie. Cette dernière est elle-même une agence particulière puisqu’elle gère un fonds historique remarquable, notamment des archives Roger-Viollet, images évoquant le Paris historique et des événements tels la Commune, le Front populaire, les Expositions universelles.

L’exposition montre comment la Ire République, née en 1792 et officiellement dissoute avec le sacre napoléonien de 1804, s’est construite au milieu des peurs collectives – un sujet qui peut, à certains égards, résonner dans l’opinion publique du XXIe siècle. Le musée Carnavalet, qui abrite la plus importante collection sur la Révolution française, a prêté des tableaux, des dessins, des gravures.

Un site www.gouvernerpeur.fr est également accessible, avec des contenus et des documents complémentaires.

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Compte-rendu de lecture : A. Corbin, J.-J. Courtine, G. Vigarello (dir.), Histoire des émotions, vol. 1 et 2

Compte-rendu de lecture : A. Corbin, J.-J. Courtine, G. Vigarello (dir.), Histoire des émotions, Paris, Seuil, 2016, vol. 1 et 2

par S. Broomhall, à consulter sur le site de H-France (décembre 2017)

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Compte-rendu de lecture : Alain Vaillant, La Civilisation du rire, Paris, CNRS éditions, 2016

Alain Vaillant, La Civilisation du rire, Paris, CNRS éditions, 2016

compte-rendu de lecture par Judith Lyon-Caen, à consulter sur Idées.fr

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