Workshop: Monasticisms and mendicancies (Leeds)
Monasticisms and Mendicancies Workshop 2
Supported by the School of History, University of Leeds
University of Leeds, Friday 11th April 2014
Grant Room, School of History, 10am-5pm
The second of a series of exploratory workshops to develop a comparative and collaborative approach to studying religious orders – monastic and mendicant – their relationships and their context in the later medieval period.
The focus of this workshop is on how collaborative methodologies might work in practice. Discussion will centre around four jointly authored papers, which challenge established narratives of foundation, consolidation, reform and decline from a comparative perspective.
If you would like to attend, please contact Dr Emilia Jamroziak (e.m.jamroziak_AT_leeds.ac.uk) or Dr Amanda Power (a.power_AT_sheffield.ac.uk) by 1st April.
Krijn Pansters in der Facebook-Gruppe Ordensgeschichte
Sita Steckel, „Monasticisms and mendicancies“ workshop at Sheffield, 22. November 2013, in: Weblog Diversitas Religionum. A research blog on medieval religious polemics and religious plurality, 30.11.2013, http://diversitas.hypotheses.org/42.