TitleInside and Outside: Relationships between Monasteries and the World, I
Date/TimeMonday 3 July 2017: 14.15-15.45
OrganiserCristina Andenna, Institut für Geschichte, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Katrin Rösler, Forschungsstelle für Vergleichende Ordensgeschichte (FOVOG), Technische Universität Dresden
Moderator/ChairKatrin Rösler, Forschungsstelle für Vergleichende Ordensgeschichte (FOVOG), Technische Universität Dresden
Paper 230-a Anselm of Canterbury between Monastic Life and Church Politics: Perspectives of Social Network Analysis
(Language: English)
Jana Pacyna, 'Zählen und Erzählen. Spielräume und Korrelationen quantitativer und qualitativer Welterschließung', Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften
Paper 230-b Pious Aspirations and Political Realities: The Case of a Premonstratensian Abbot and Chronicler in Early 13th-Century Bohemia
(Language: English)
Jan Kremer, Centrum medievistických studií, Akademie věd České republiky, Praha
Index Terms: Historiography - Medieval; Monasticism
Paper 230-c A Study of the Mutual Effect Relationship between the Cistercian Monastery of Heilsbronn and Parish Communities
(Language: English)
Toshio Ohnuki, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Index Terms: Charters and Diplomatics; Ecclesiastical History; Monasticism
AbstractIn the Middle Ages, traditional forms of monasticism regarded monasteries and the world as antithetical poles. On the one hand, joining a monastic community meant leaving the world behind, so to be 'outside'. On the other hand, from 'within' the cloister, the secular sphere was perceived as the 'other'. This antithetical perception has been challenged in recent scholarship. The two combined sections aim to highlight in different perspectives the multiplicity of entanglements between both spheres, and to qualify the reciprocal relation of exclusion and inclusion.