Normes et pratiques. Les archives

Archiving date : 12/08/2021

Rome

From 12/06/2021 to 12/07/2021

Table-ronde internationale

6-7 décembre 2021, Rome

ÉCOLE FRANÇAISE DE ROME

New questions, new sources: intersecting documents across Christian denominations

Programme NORMES

Five-year research programme “Religious Norms and Practices in Eastern and Western Christianity: a comparative history of interactions between European and Mediterranean Christian communities (from the ninth century to the nineteenth century A.D.)” (https://normesrel.hypotheses.org).
Organization: Camille Rouxpetel (Nantes University)

This workshop will address the currently compartmentalised academic study of the diverse medieval Christian- and Islamic-ruled societies in the Mediterranean area and the Middle East. We will start from the observation that communities do not live in isolation. This is neither a trivial statement nor a truism. The historiography of the Mediterranean and the Middle East has suffered from academic boundaries and denominational myopia. We will solve it by starting from a Connected History approach and by bringing new evidence to the field.
This workshop will focus on intersecting documents in three ways:
•    Archival practice as a window to social and urban history;
•    Limits of the confessional approach to Christian documentation;
•    Intersecting sources for a cross-analysis approach.

Voir le carnet Normes

LUNDI 6 DÉCEMBRE

ÉCOLE FRANÇAISE DE ROME
14 H 30
SALLE DE CONFÉRENCES, 1er ÉTAGE

Welcome and introductory remarks
Pierre Savy - École française de Rome
Camille Rouxpetel - Projet ANR ChrIs-cross/CRHIA-université de Nantes

Chair: Martial Staub - Sheffield University

Writing the history of Jerusalem in the Islamicate world

Camille Rouxpetel
Les archives de la Custodie franciscaine de Terre sainte : écrire l’histoire de la Custodie depuis le Proche-Orient

Agamemnon Tselikas - Center for History and Palaeography – National Bank οf Greece Cultural Foundation
The Archive of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem and its importance for the local History, 12th-19th c.

Sergey Minov - Higher School of Economy, Moscow
The West Syrian Monastery of St Mark in Jerusalem and the movement of people and books in the Middle East during the 15th–16th

Alice Croq - Projet ANR ChrIs-cross/université de Nantes
La circulation des manuscrits arabes et syriaques au sein d’un espace allant de l’Inde à l’Italie : outils et perspectives pour les historiens

MARDI 7 DÉCEMBRE

ÉCOLE FRANÇAISE DE ROME
10 H
SALLE DE CONFÉRENCES, 1er ÉTAGE

Outside the Byzantine Empire: writing an intersecting history of Latins and Greeks

Annick Peters-Custot - CRHIA-université de Nantes
De quoi l’ordo sancti Basilii est-il le nom ?

Niki Papaïliaki - chercheur indépendant
Les archives des catholiques des îles grecques de la mer Égée (XVIe-XXe siècle)

Vera Tchentsova - ERC AdG 2019 Typarabic-Institute for South-East European Studies of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest
Stéréoscopie archivistique : le clergé grec entre Rome et Moscou au XVIIe siècle

 

ORGANISATION ET COMITÉ SCIENTIFIQUE

Camille Rouxpetel - Projet ANR ChrIs-cross/CRHIA-université de Nantes


CONTATTI

École française de Rome

Pierre Savy
Directeur des études médiévales

Grazia Perrino
Assistante scientifique des études médievales

Piazza Farnese, 67 - 000186 Roma - Italia
T. +39 06 68 60 12 48
secrma(at)efrome.it

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Category : La recherche
Published on 11/24/2021 - Last update on 12/06/2021
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