Session1636
TitleSouthern France and the Mediterranean, II: Women
Date/TimeThursday 7 July 2022: 11.15-12.45
 
OrganiserJohn H. Arnold, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
 
Moderator/ChairDaniel Smail, Department of History, Harvard University
 
Paper 1636-a Using Digital Tools to Explore Women's Networks in 14th-Century Provence
(Language: English)
Nicole Archambeau, Department of History, Colorado State University, Fort Collins
Index Terms: Hagiography; Medicine; Social History; Women's Studies
Paper 1636-b Women and Credit in Montpellier
(Language: English)
Verena Weller, Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Mannheim
Index Terms: Gender Studies; Historiography - Medieval; Social History; Women's Studies
Paper 1636-c Women Hospital Officials in 15th-Century Perpignan: Catalan and Southern French Influences
(Language: English)
Rebecca Lynn Winer, Department of History, Villanova University, Pennsylvania
Index Terms: Economics - Urban; Gender Studies; Social History; Women's Studies
 
AbstractDuring the Middle Ages, political borders did not isolate southern France from its Mediterranean neighbors. The sessions in this series are designed to bring the region's rich historiography out of its local context and to connect southern France to the field of Mediterranean studies. This session, featuring speakers from the United States and Germany, explores the role of women in credit systems, commerce, law, and canonization proceedings in Languedoc, Cerdanya, and Provence, with special attention to new digital methods and inter-regional comparisons.