TitleBishops' Modes of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Long 11th Century: Rituals, Performances, Enactments
Date/TimeMonday 7 July 2014: 11.15-12.45
SponsorConventus / Episcopus
OrganiserSteven Vanderputten, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Moderator/ChairDiane J. Reilly, Department of Art History, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 129-a Exclusion and Inclusion in the Bishopric of Liège during the Episcopate of Otbert, 1091-1106
(Language: English)
Ortwin Huysmans, Onderzoeksgroep Geschiedenis van de Middeleeuwen, KU Leuven
Index Terms: Charters and Diplomatics; Ecclesiastical History
Paper 129-b Political Appearances and Realities: Episcopal Methods of Controlling the Local Laity in the Diocese of Cambrai during the Long 11th Century
(Language: English)
Kathryn E. Salzer, Department of History, Pennsylvania State University
Index Terms: Ecclesiastical History; Religious Life
Paper 129-c Pontificals as an Instrument of Episcopal Government in the Archdiocese of Reims
(Language: English)
Julia Exarchos, Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
Index Terms: Ecclesiastical History; Liturgy; Manuscripts and Palaeography
AbstractPapers in this session will look specifically at how bishops of the 'long 11th century' relied on rituals, performances, and other symbolically-charged means to either exclude or include individuals or entire groups from the regional societies they governed. By looking simultaneously at narrative and normative evidence, the papers will contribute to developing a new understanding of the relation between ritual scripts and ritual practice.