Event: Charlemagne after Charlemagne (26th – 28th June 2014)

11th Annual Symposium of the International Medieval Society (Paris), presented in conjunction with the Laboratoire de médiévistique occidentale de Paris (LAMOP, Université Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Coffin of Charlemagne | Public Domain

Coffin of Charlemagne | Public Domain

Venue: Centre Malher, 9 rue Malher
Paris, 75004

The International Medieval Society (IMS-Paris) is excited to present the program for this year’s conference “Charlemagne after Charlemagne.” Please find the schedule for the event below.

To register, please go to –https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6RFZVCS — and fill out the online form by June 9th.

Schedule

Thursday, June 26
8.45 – 9.15 Registration
9.15 – 9.45 Introduction (Katherine Baker, Kristin Hoefener)
9.45 – 11.00 Keynote Speaker: Elizabeth A.R. Brown

11.30-13.00 Session 1: Genesis of a Literary Figure
Chair : Philippe Faure (Université d’Orléans)

  • Jeanette Beer, Nithard’s personal contribution to Charlemagne’s legacy
  • Enimie Rouquette, La figure de Charlemagne dans la poésie carolingienne: de 814 à la mort de Charles le Chauve
  • Anne Latowsky, Poésie et chronologie: la Terre sainte, l’Espagne et les vies de Charlemagne

14.00-15.30 Session 2: After Charlemagne, before Sanctity
Chair : Fanny Madeline (Paris I – LAMOP)

  • Richard Landes, Charlemagne, Otto III et Adémar de Chabannes: l’empereur de l’an 6000 dans la pensée de l’an Mil
  • Matthew Gabriele, The Ghost of Charlemagne and King Philip I of Francia at the End of the Eleventh Century
  • Claire Tignolet, Charlemagne au temps des premiers Capétiens: une figure de référence dans l’historiographie (Xe – XIIe siècles)?

16.00-17.30 Session 3: Charlemagne in Capetian France
Chair : Julian Führer (DHI Paris)

  • Jace Stuckey, The Memory of Charlemagne, Kingship, and the Uses of the Past in Capetian France Christopher
  • Patrick Flynn, Speculum Caroli: The Representation of Charlemagne in the Speculum Historiale of Vincent of Beauvais
  • Chris Jones, King and Emperor? Perceptios of Charlemagne in Later Capetian France

17.45-19.15 Visit to the Deutsches Historisches Institut, with a wine reception and IMS-Paris Prize Award ceremony

 

19.30 Symposium dinner (pre-registration required)

Friday, June 27

10.00-11.00 Session 4: Views from the Outside
Chair : Amélie Sagasser (DHI Paris)

  • Cesare Mascitelli, Charlemagne et la Geste Francor de Venise: l’empereur aux cours de Vérone et Mantoue
  • Vaclav Zurek, Saint patron et ancêtre: Charlemagne dans la politique de Charles IV de Luxembourg

11.30-13.00 Session 5: Charlemagne’s Cult
Chair : Kristin Hoefener (Universität Würzburg)

  • Patricia Kroschwald, A reinvented tradition? The veneration of Charlemagne at Halberstadt Cathedral
  • Eric North Rice, Charlemagne and the Consciousness of France in the Medieval Liturgy of Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle)
  • Joan Molina Figueras, La mémoire de Charlemagne à Gérone à la fin du Moyen Age. Culte, objets et images

14.00-15.00 Session 6: Monumental Charlemagne
Chair: Katherine Baker (INHA Paris)

  • Clark Maines, Charlemagne Iconography at Chartres Cathedral
  • Jürg Goll, La statue en stuc de Charlemagne à Müstair

16.00-18.00 Symposium visit: Basilique de Saint-Denis (pre-registration required)

Saturday, June 28
9.30-10.45 Keynote Speaker: Dominique Boutet

11.15-12.45 Session 7: Exemplary Charlemagne
Chair : Irène Fabry-Tehranchi (University of Reading)

  • Luke Sunderland, Charlemagne in Medieval French Chronicles: ‘les bienfaits qu’il avoit fais pesoient plus que le mal’
  • Daisy Delogu, ‘comment on conquiert Dieu’: Charlemagne as a Devotional Guide in L’Istoire le roy Charlemaine
  • Jade Bailey, Le Livre de Charlemaine: The Emperor Charlemagne as a Didactic Exemplar in a Late-Medieval ‘Chivalric Textbook’

14.00-15.30 Session 8: Charlemagne in England
Chair : Raeleen Chai-Elsholz (IMS Paris)

  • Phillipa Hardman, Carolingian Onomastics: Naming and Meaning in Middle English Narratives of Charlemagne
  • Marianne Ailes, La Chanson de Roland d’Oxford: remaniement anglo-normand
  • Gernot Wieland, ‘Charlemagne’ in Anglo-Saxon England

16.00-16.45 Julian Führer (DHI Paris): Concluding Remarks and Final Discussion

18.00-20.00 Closing Cocktail


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