Konf.: Making and Breaking the Rules: Discussions, Implementation and Consequences of Dominican Legislation

Das vorläufige Programm der Tagung Making and Breaking the Rules: Discussions, Implementation and Consequences of Dominican Legislation ist nun online:

6–8 March 2014
German Historical Institute London
17 Bloomsbury Square
London WC1A 2NJ


Thursday, 6 March



Session 1:

Christine Caldwell Ames (Columbia, SC):
Making Monks: Heresy, Obedience, and the Individual in the Dominican Order

Anne Holloway(Melbourne):

Performance Management: Creating Order in Thirteenth-Century Dominican Preaching

Jonathan Rubin (Jerusalem):

The Beginnings of the Study of Foreign Languages in the Dominican Order: Regulation, Implementation and Impact.


coffee break



Session 2:

Joanna Cannon (London):
Unintended Consequences: Dominican Legislation and Uniformitas in the Art of Later-Medieval Central Italy

Mercedes Pérez Vidal (Gijón):

Uniformitas vs diversitas. Legislation, Architecture and Liturgy in the Dominican Nunneries in Castile during the Late Middle Ages

Sebastian Mickisch (Dresden):

Architecture and Space as Reflected in Normative and Narrative Dominican Sources


coffee break



Gert Melville (Dresden):
Pragmatism for the Sake of Neighbour’s Soul. An Introduction to the Rational Bases of the Dominican Constitution and Organisation


Friday, 8 March



Session 3:

Klaus-Bernward Springer (Erfurt):
Law and Rules, Obedience and Disobedience within the Dominican Order: A Survey

Cornelia Linde (London):

Disciplinary Deportations. (Temporary) Resettlement as a Means of Correction

Wolfram Hoyer, OP (Augsburg):

„Volumus ut carceres fiant …“ – The Dominican Legislation on Detention and Imprisonment


coffee break



Session 4:

Gilberto Coralejo Moiteiro (Lisbon):
Clarifying the Rules: A Normative System for the Observant Dominican Nuns (Portugal, 15th-16th centuries)

Guillermo Nieva Ocampo (Salta):

Reform and Religious Observances among the Dominicans of Castile (1467-1520)

Johnny Jakobsen (Copenhagen):

Fratres regulares et irregulares – Dominican Implementation, Observation and Violation of Rules in the Province of Dacia





Session 5:

Elias H. Füllenbach, OP (Düsseldorf):
Hunting Dogs? Dominican Mission to the Jews in the 13th and 14th Century

Harvey Hames (Beer-Sheva):

The Dominicans and Mission: Looking Again at the Barcelona Disputation of 1263

Thomas Burman (Knoxville, TN):

Ramon Marti, the Trinity, and the Limits of Dominican Mission


coffee break



Session 6:

Eleanor Giraud (Cambridge):
‚Totum officium bene correctum habeatur in domo‘: The Imposition of a New Uniform Liturgy

Hrvoje Beban (Zagreb):

‚Nullus scienter litteram aut notam mutet‘: Dominicans (Dis)Obeying the Regulations for the Copying of Chant Books. An Example from Late Medieval Dalmatia

Christian Leitmeir (Bangor):

A Forbidden Art? Dominican Polyphony Re-Considered




Saturday, 8 March


Session 7:

Sita Steckel (Münster):
Normative Strategy and Rule-Making Tactics. The Secular-Mendicant Controversy in France and Its Impact on Dominican Normative Order

Matthew Champion (London):

Nicolas Jacquier and Fifteenth-Century Dominican Reform

Emily Corran (London):

The Early Casuistry of Lying in Dominican Confessors‘ Manuals


coffee break



Session 8:

Gábor Bradács (Debrecen):
Pope-Emperor Chronicles and the Dominican Legislation (Twelfth to Fifteenth Century)

Attila Györkös (Debrecen):

Devotion as Disobedience in the Lives of St. Marguerite of Hungary


Concluding Remarks




Cornelia Linde (Academia.edu) https://www.academia.edu/2985261/CfP_Making_and_Breaking_the_Rules_Discussions_Implementation_and_Consequences_of_Dominican_Legislation

Maria Rottler

Administratorin der Gemeinschaftsblogs Ordensgeschichte und Geschichte Bayerns; Netzwerke gelehrter Mönche. St. Emmeram im Zeitalter der Aufklärung (Tagungsblog "Frobenius Forster"); Roman Zirngibl (Benediktiner in St. Emmeram, Historiker, Archivar)

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