Publication en ligne – Religious Exemption in Pre-Modern Eurasia, c. 300-1300 CE

Medieval Worlds, Volume 6. 2017
ISSN Online: 2412-3196
ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-8243-6

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Table des matières :

Walter Pohl – Andre Gingrich – Table of Contents

Charles West – Religious Exemption in Pre-Modern Eurasia, c. 300 – 1300 CE: Introduction
R.I. Moore – Treasures in Heaven: Defining the Eurasian Old Regime?
Kanad Sinha – Envisioning a No-Man’s Land: Hermitage as a Site of Exemption in Ancient and Early Medieval Indian Literature
Mario Poceski – Evolving Relationship between the Buddhist Monastic Order and the Imperial States of Medieval China
Kriston R. Rennie – The Normative Character of Monastic Exemption in the Early Medieval Latin West
Anne J. Duggan – Clerical Exemption in Canon Law from Gratian to the Decretals
Ulrich Pagel – Nothing to Declare: Status, Power and Religious Aspiration in the Policies of Taxation in Ancient India
Antonello Palumbo – Exemption Not Granted: The Confrontation between Buddhism and the Chinese State in Late Antiquity and the ›First Great Divergence‹ Between China and Western Eurasia
Dominic Goodall – Andrew Wareham – The Political Significance of Gifts of Power in the Khmer and Mercian Kingdoms
Uriel Simonsohn – Conversion, Exemption, and Manipulation: Social Benefits and Conversion to Islam in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages
Thomas Kohl – Religious Exemption, Justice, and Territories around the Year 1000: The Forgeries of Worms
Rutger Kramer – The Exemption that Proves the Rule: Autonomy and Authority between Alcuin, Theodulf and Charlemagne (802)
Judith A. Green – From Symbiosis to Separate Spheres? England, 1163
Julia McClure – Religious Exemption and Global History before 1300 – Closing Comments

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