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Reform and Renewal in Burgundy

Atelier coordonné par Andrea Hauff (Regesta Imperii/université de Gießen), Jessika Nowak (université de Freiburg) et Jens Schneider (UPEM) 
dans le cadre de l'International Medieval Congress à Leeds (IMC)
9 juillet 2015, 9h-16h 

Contact : schneider@u-pem.fr

Programme

Reform and Renewal in Burgundy I :
Politics and monasteries

Session n° 1526

Présidence de section : Jens Schneider (Paris-Est)

Karl Weber (Aachen)
Alsace and Burgundy – Spatial Patterns in the Early Middle Ages (c. 600–900)

Maria Schäpers (Bonn)
Burgundy at the time of Lothar I

Anne Wagner (Besançon)
Saint Ermenfroy, Cusance, and the Jurassian monasteries: A Window into Monastic Life in the Early Middle Ages ?

Reform and Renewal in Burgundy II :
Carolingian Traditions and Renewals, 870-1032

Session n° 1626

Présidence de section : Miriam Czok (Essen-Duisburg)

Jens Schneider (Paris-Est)
What's in, what's not? Monasteries in ninth-century Burgundy, according to the Meersen Treaty of 870

Andrea Hauff (Gießen)
Carolingian Traditions and New Beginnings in the Kingdom of Upper Burgundy from a Religious Perspective

Jessika Nowak (Freiburg)
The Symbolic Language of the Burgundian Kings: Traditions and Renewals

Reform and Renewal in Burgundy III

Session n° 1726

Présidence de section : Jessika Nowak (Freiburg)

Albrecht Brendler (Bonn/Tübingen) - annulé
Arles and Marseille: Centres of Power in Early Medieval Provence

Heinz Krieg (Freiburg)
Burgundy and the Dukes of Zähringen

Clemens Regenbogen (Freiburg)
The Count Palatine Otto of Burgundy (d. 1200)