Event: International Medieval Society (IMS-Paris) Conference: ‘Villes/Cities’

Deadline for Registration: 12 June 2015
Please find the schedule for the event below. To register, please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BZ8GMPJ and fill out the online form by 12 June.

Villes/ Cities: 12th Annual Symposium of the International Medieval Society (Paris), presented in conjunction with the Laboratoire de médiévistique occidentale de Paris (LAMOP, Université Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Centre Malher, 9 rue Malher, Paris, 75004, Jeudi 25 Juin /Thursday June 25th

9:00-9:30 Welcome / Accueil et inscriptions.
9:30-10:00 Introduction: Sarah Long and Fanny Madeline
10:00-11:30
Boris Bove,
“De l’histoire des villes à l’histoire urbaine : état des lieux du champ historiographique”
11:30-12:00 Pause café
12:00-13:30
Session 1: Acteurs et morphologie urbaine / The Form of the City
Chair: Fanny Madeline
* Kathryn E. Salzer, “Creating the Physical Localities of Medieval Cambrai”
* Annarita Teodosio and Simona Talenti, “Salerne, capitale normande”
*Catherine Barrett, “Concepts of urban development in town charters of the counts of Toulouse and their Lieutenants”
Lunch/pause déjeuner
15:00-16:00
Session 2: La pensée politique de la ville / Political thought and the city
Chair: Julian Führer
* Nicole Hochner, “Nicole Oresme (c. 1320-1382) et la ville”
* Daniele Dibello, “Aristotelian thought and governance of a medieval city-state: the case of Venice”
16:00-16:30 Pause café
16:30-18:00
Session 3: La ville représentatée / The City in images
Chair: Anna Russakoff
* Caroline Ziolko, “Ville, regard et imagerie médiatique”
* Caroline Simonet, “Les villes sigillaires : topographies utopiques et traces du réel”
* Juliette Dumasy, “Plans et vues de villes en France à la fin du Moyen Age”
18:00-19:00 Assemblée générale / IMS- Paris board meeting
19:30 Dîner/Dinner, remise du prix de l’IMS-Paris 2015

Vendredi 26 Juin/ Friday June 26th

9.30-11:00
Emma Dillon
“Listening to the medieval city: perspectives from musicology and sound   studies”
11-11.30 Pause café
11:30-13:00
Session 4: Les fonctions rituelles de l’espace urbain / Ritual functions of
urban spaces
Chair: Kristin Hoefener
* Ewoud Waerniers, “Ritual use of the urban space in times of communal unrest. Cambrai, c. 1150-1227”
* Tova Leigh-Choate, “The Sacred Topography of Medieval Paris: Relics, Routes, and Song in the City of Saint Denis”
* Jeannette D. Jones, “La sainte épine: Ritual at the Bourbonnais Court in Moulins”
Lunch/ pause déjeuner
14:30-16:00
Session 5: Les usages sociaux et symboliques de la ville / Social and symbolic uses of the city
Chair: Sarah Long
* Nathan A. Daniels, “ ‘Pour un vers de chanson’: Minstrels, Guilds, and the Social Construction of Urban Space in the Fourteenth Century”
* Troy J. Tice, “Penitential Paris: Thomas of Bailly and the Penitential Anxieties of Medieval Parisians”
* Margaret E. Hadley, “French Pilgrims’ Internal Paths through Jerusalem via Arma Christi Miniatures”
16:00-18:00 Visite/visit – Medieval Paris

Samedi 27 juin/ Saturday June 27

9:30-11:00
Carol Symes
“L’espace public à Londres et Arras, 1086-1215: Cultures documentaires,
coutumes urbaines, et libertés civiques”
11:00-11:30 Pause café
11:30-13:00
Session 6: Comparer les villes / Comparing cities
Chair: Mary Franklin-Brown
* Martin Schwarz, “Old Paris, New Athens: Translatio Studii in the Vie de St Denis (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, Ms fr 2090-2)”
* Emerson S. F. Richards, “New Jerusalem and Old Manuscripts: Text and Image Representations of New Jerusalem in 13th century French and English Manuscripts”
* Frans W. G. W. Camphuijsen, “Late medieval law courts and urban space: the cases of Paris and Utrecht”
Lunch/ pause déjeuner
14:30-16:00
Session 7: Le développement urbain: les villes de Champagne/ Urban
development: the towns of Champagne
Chair: Raeleen Chai-Elsholz
* Claire Bourguignon, “Approche de la fabrique d’une ville médiévale : Troyes (Aube) au tournant du haut Moyen Âge et du Moyen Âge central”
* Cléo Rager, “Aménagements municipaux et identité urbaine : voirie et « voyeurs » à Troyes au XVe siècle”
* Julien Briand, “Un théâtre du pouvoir : la ville de Reims en ses registres (XIVe-XVe siècles)”
16:00-16.30 Conclusions
16.30-17:00 Final discussion
18:00 Closing apéritif

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