Colloque – Naturalisation and Legitimation of Power (1300-1800): An Attempt at a Comparative History (Part II)

8-9 December 2020
START: 1.30 P.M.
AUSTRIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
INSTITUTE FOR MEDIEVAL RESEARCH TEXT EDITION AND SOURCE STUDIES | MIR

As part of the projects FNR/Core 2015-2018 LUXDYNAST Europe and the House of Luxembourg. Governance, Delegation and Participation between Region and Empire (1308-1437) (Université du Luxembourg)

and

FWF-Projekt I 4076 GREMIA Grey Eminences in Action: Personal Structures of Informal Decision-Making at Late Medieval Courts (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2019-2022)

INSCRIPTION : Participation in the conference is free of charge. Registration by e-mail before the 30 November 2020.

CONTACT: Éloïse ADDE | eloise.adde@usaintlouis.be
Jonathan DUMONT | jonathan.dumont@oeaw.ac.at

ORGANISING COMMITTEE :
Éloïse ADDE (Brussels, BE)
Jonathan DUMONT (Vienna, AT)
Michel MARGUE (Luxembourg, LU)
Andreas ZAJIC (Vienna, AT)

Programme :

TUESDAY 8 December 2020

11.00 TEST SESSION

13.30 WELCOME ADDRESS

Walter POHL | Institut für Mi elalterforschung/ÖAW, AT Andreas ZAJIC | Institut für Mittelalterforschung, ÖAW, AT, Project leader of the Grey Eminences project

13.45-14.00 INTRODUCTION

Éloïse ADDE | Brussels, BE Jonathan DUMONT | ÖAW, AT

14.00-16.30 SESSION 5. THEOLOGY AND SOCIAL ORDER

Jean-Philippe GENET | Paris, FR – Power and nature in Giles of Rome’s political work
Antoine DESTEMBERG | Arras, FR – Création divine et naturalisation de l’ordre social aux XIIIe-XVe siècles. L’exégèse visuelle et textuelle de la Genèse dans les Bibles moralisées
Lucie JOLLIVET | Rennes, FR – La Légitimation du pouvoir en période de crise: le cercle de Nicolas de Clamanges et les prémices de la notion de mérite, 1390’s-1430’s
16.30-16.45 BREAK

16.45-19.15

SESSION 6. NATURALIZING THE ILLEGITIMATES

Jean-Marie LE GALL | Paris, FR – Les Rencontres princières. Entre identification, légitimation et imposture
François OTSCHAKOVSKY-LAURENS | Paris, FR – Universitas totius civitatis. City Councils as Natural Bodies of Political Decision? Barcelona, Genoa, Marseille at the End of the Middle Ages
Hans COOLS | Leuven, BE – The Succession Principle in the Dutch Republic. The Quest
of Successive Generations of Nassau Princes and Counts for the Stadtholderate as a Hereditary Function

WEDNESDAY 9 December 2020

10.00-12.30 SESSION 7. DYNASTIC CONTINUITY, BLOODY TIES AND RIGHT TO RULE

Jonathan DUMONT | Wien, AT – A European Natural Dynasty. The Rede nition of the Burgundy- Habsburg Princely Ideology in the 16th Century
Lisa DEMETS | Gent, BE – Gendered Political Ideology in Late Medieval Flanders. Mary of Burgundy as City Maiden in the Chronicles of Flanders
Gilles GENOT | Luxembourg, LU – Durch Abstammung zur Herrschaft legitimiert? Die „natürlichen“ Erben des Herzogtums Luxemburg (15.-16. Jh.)

12.30-14.00 BREAK

14.00-16.00 SESSION 8. NATURALNESS AND DYNASTIC STATES

Wim BLOCKMANS | Leiden, NE – Legitimation of Foreign Rulers
Gilles LECUPPRE | Louvain-la-Neuve, BE – Anything but natural? Princely husbands in the Low Countries (13th-15th c.): Acceptation or Distrust?

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