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„Monasticisms and mendicancies“ workshop at Sheffield, 22. November 2013

Steckel, Sita (30 nov. 2013)

In my attempts to understand the contentious and colorful world of thirteenth-century religion, I am at the moment trying to build closer links to historians of the monastic and mendicant orders. Beyond the busy German scene and blogosphere, an all-around felicitous connection to colleagues in ...

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Call for Papers - IMC Leeds 2016 - "Bad religio/n. Polemics linking religions, religious orders and religious communities"

Steckel, Sita (8 sept. 2015)

In recent research, a much-needed insistence on religious diversity as a medieval phenomenon has come to the fore, and many studies have highlighted emerging concepts and practices of tolerance, pluralism and peaceful coexistence between religions during the Middle Ages. For all its advantages, ...

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Workshop "The Religious Field in the Long Fifteenth Century: Framing Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe", Münster, 26.-28.5.2016

Steckel, Sita (29 avr. 2016)

The workshop is a cooperation between COST Action IS1301 “New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe“ and the Cluster of Excellence ”Religion and Politics in Pre-Modern and Modern Cultures“ at ...

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"New religious histories sessions" for Leeds IMC 2014

Steckel, Sita (2 déc. 2013)

The "New religious histories" sessions for the upcoming International Medieval Congress Leeds 2014, in a slightly revised version. International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, 2014 New religious histories: Four sessions and a roundtable Tuesday 8th July 2014 Organisers: Melanie Brunner ( ...

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Conference "Putative Purities: Transcultural Dimensions of Master Narratives in Religion", 16th – 18th of December, 2013

Steckel, Sita (4 déc. 2013)

In a few days, I will attend a conference at Heidelberg with an excitingly trans-/intercultural focus, with many papers on Asian religion. On more familiar ground, it notably includes Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge), one of my favorite Early Modern Historians. Her keen eye for the problems inherent in ...

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Call for Applications: Training school, Antwerp Oct 29-31, 2014

Steckel, Sita (3 juin 2014)

"Production and Use of Religious Texts in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe", places for 10 PhD or advanced M.A. students. See the description here.

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Diversitas Religionum

Steckel, Sita (31 oct. 2013)

Das Blog behandelt aktuelle Forschungsthemen aus Mittelaltergeschichte und Religionswissenschaft, die man unter dem Obertitel 'Diskurse religiöser Diversität im Mittelalter' zusammenfassen kann. In erster Linie dokumentiert es die fortlaufenden Forschungsfragen, Debatten und Teilergebnisse des ...

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Opening congress of COST Action IS1301: New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

Steckel, Sita (13 févr. 2014)

As I am writing this, the first Congress of a new European network is being opened: Since last September, COST Action IS1301 has been under way, with over 100 researchers setting out to study 'Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation'. Many people working on religion and/or ...

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Medieval Religious Polemics Compared – Two Sessions at IMC Leeds 2016

Steckel, Sita (29 juin 2016)

Given their stereotypical and manipulative nature, medieval religious polemics are often considered problematical as sources. But polemics also present various avenues of investigation. Frequently, polemical texts connected the realms of written and oral as well as learned and unlearned audiences. ...

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Round-table on 'New religious histories' at IMC Leeds 2014

Steckel, Sita (30 juin 2014)

The International Medieval Congress at Leeds is almost upon us, and I'm looking forward to very many of its sessions - not least, of course the 'New religious histories' sessions, co-organized by Melanie Brunner (Leeds), Amanda Power (Sheffield) and myself - sessions 529,  629, 729, 829). I ...

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