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Call for applications: Training school "Passionate Devotions. Emotions in religious texts, images and music in late medieval and early modern Europe", Muenster, 26.-28. April 2017

Steckel, Sita (25 nov. 2016)

Call for applications: Training school "Passionate Devotions. Emotions in religious texts, images and music in late medieval and early modern Europe", Muenster, 26.-28. April 2017 Deadline for Applications: 15. December, 2016 COST Action IS1301 „New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, ...

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Spanish-Flemish trade networks in the distribution of religious texts during the 16th century

Steckel, Sita (17 janv. 2015)

By Germán Jiménez Montes, Universidad de Sevilla/Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (g.jimenez.montes@rug.nl) The following paper was presented during the Cost Action IS1301 - Training School “Production and Use of Religious Texts in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe”, Antwerp 29th-31st October ...

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Multimedia Practices and Urban Contexts in the Reformation Low Countries: Project Outline and Preliminary Results

Steckel, Sita (3 févr. 2015)

By Louise Vermeersch (PhD Candidate, University of Ghent, Louise.Vermeersch@ugent.be) This is a revised version of my presentation at the COST action IS1301 training school “Production and Use of Religious Texts in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe”. It gives you an overview of the ...

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United in Song. Creating Multilingual Religious Communities through Psalm Translations in the Sixteenth-Century Low Countries

Steckel, Sita (21 janv. 2015)

Alisa van de Haar, University of Groningen, the Netherlands (a.d.m.van.de.haar@rug.nl; http://www.rug.nl/staff/a.d.m.van.de.haar/) In the second half of the sixteenth century, the Low Countries – considered as the whole of the Seventeen Provinces – were characterized by multilingualism, that is ...

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CFP WG 2 Meeting, Ghent, June 1-2, 2017: Winning Hearts and Minds - Multimedia Events, Religious Communication and the Urban Context in the Long Sixteenth Century

Steckel, Sita (15 août 2016)

Call for papers: Working Group 2 Meeting, Ghent, June 1-2, 2017 For members or affiliates of COST Action 1301- New Communities of Interpretation: Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Winning Hearts and Minds: Multimedia Events, ...

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The Briefbuch (Strasbourg, Archives départementales du Bas-Rhin, Cod. H 2185) of the Commandery of the Order of St John zum Grünen Wörth in Strasbourg

Steckel, Sita (31 janv. 2015)

By Stephan Lauper, Universität Freiburg (Schweiz) (stephan.lauper@unifr.ch) The so-called Briefbuch, on which I focus in my PhD thesis, occupies an important role within an ensemble of manuscripts written in the late fourteenth century in the convent of the Order of St- John in Strasbourg. This ...

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COST Action IS1301

Corbellini, Sabrina (7 avr. 2014)

This blog is intended as a platform for the dissemination of the results of COST Action IS1301 "New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (2013-2017) (www.rug.nl/let/costaction-is1301) and short ...

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The founding tradition of the Cistercian cloister in Henryków in the light of medieval monastic sources

Steckel, Sita (29 janv. 2015)

By Monika Michalska, Jagiellonian University (michalska.monika@gmail.com) The Cistercian monastery in Henryków, which was founded officially in 1228 by the  rulers of Silesia, possesses a complex founding tradition which changed over the centuries. There were two traditions about the origins of ...

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Last-Minute Call for Applications (20 Feb): Training school "Transmission of Texts in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Tools and Techniques for Dealing with Complicated Textual Traditions", Rome, 23-25 March 2015

Steckel, Sita (17 févr. 2015)

There are still some places available in the next Training School of COST Action IS1301 'New Communities of Interpretation', in Rome, 23-25 March. The Training School will be of special interest to PhD-students and advanced MA students working with (complicated) text traditions, and/or those ...

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Call for applications - deadline Nov. 9th: Training school “Crossing borders. The transmission of religious texts and the migration of scholars in late medieval and early modern Europe"

Steckel, Sita (5 nov. 2015)

Training School COST Action IS1301 - Budapest, 7-9 December 2015 Organisation & Aims COST Action IS1301, studying „New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe“ is a research network uniting over 120 ...

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