Colloque – Rethinking the Carolingian Reform. The negotiation and exchange of knowledge (751-888)

Oxford, 16-18 April 2018

This workshop is generously supported by The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH); Oxford Medieval Studies; the Faculty of History, Oxford; Hertford College, Oxford; and the Royal Historical Society.


Programme :

Monday 16 April

To be held in Hertford College, Old Lodgings Drawing Room

15.15-16.15 : Welcome and introduction to project – Giorgia Vocino, Carine van Rhijn, and Ingrid Rembold
16.15-17.00 : General introductions and updates – Keynote address: The Frankish church and the Carolingian reforms revisited – Rosamond McKitterick (Cambridge)
Questions and discussion

Tuesday 17 April

Taming the terminology: Carolingian Renaissance, reform, correctio – Carine van Rhijn (Utrecht)
Carolingian correctio: centre and periphery – Sven Meeder (Nijmegen)

Carolingian correctio in education: the reception of Alcuin’s pedagogy – Giorgia Vocino (Orléans) and Cinzia Grifoni (Vienna)

Carolingian debates and controversies: correcting heterodoxy – Irene van Renswoude (Utrecht) and Kristina Mitalaité (Paris)
Correcting the liturgy and sacred language – Els Rose (Utrecht) and Arthur Westwell (Trier)

‘Like all the monasteries in Francia’: horizontal networks in Carolingian monastic and canonical reforms – Ingrid Rembold (Oxford) and Steve Ling (Loughborough)
Response – Elina Screen and Julia Smith (both Oxford)
Questions and discussion

Wednesday 18 April

9.00 -12.00 Closed meeting for project participants

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