Camenae n°19

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Camenae n°19, décembre 2016.

SAVOIR-VIVRE ET GROSSIÈRETÉ DE L'ANTIQUITÉ À LA RENAISSANCE
Actes de la journée d'études d'octobre 2014, Université de Dijon, réunis par Sylvie Laigneau-Fontaine

A Arthur, mihi semper vivens
Introduction par Sylvie Laigneau-Fontaine
Estelle Oudot (Université de Bourgogne), « "La table fabrique les amis" : quelques remarques sur les Propos de table de Plutarque »
Nicole Fick (Université de Bourgogne), « Savoir-vivre et grossièreté dans l'Antiquité romaine »
Alain Rauwel (Université de Bourgogne), « Civilité monastique et processus de civilisation : autour de la figure d'Hugues de Saint-Victor »
Virginie Leroux (Université de Reims), « Théories humanistes sur la grossièreté »
Mathieu Ferrand (Université de Louvain), « La langage impertinent du théâtre néo-latin : savoir-vivre et grossièreté dans deux comediae de collège (Paris, 1533) »
Catherine Pézeret (CESR Tours), « Etienne Dolet entre savoir-vivre et grossièreté »
Sylvie Laigneau-Fontaine (Université de Bourgogne), « Exigence de savoir-vivre et tentation de la grossièreté dans l'œuvre de Nicolas Bourbon »
John Nassichuk (Université de Western Ontario), « Les épigrammes latines de Justus Vulteius : convives, étudiants et savoir-vivre »
Claire Sicard (Université Paris-Diderot), « "J'irai cracher sur vos tombes". L'étrange Tombeau de Mellin de Saint-Gelais par Joachim Du Bellay »

Source : Site du laboratoire SAPRAT

 

Early Modern Discourses on Europe

Early Modern Discourses on Europe

Representations of Community and Common Identity (1450–1750)

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Date limite : 30 avril 2017

 

EARLY MODERN DISCOURSES ON EUROPE:
REPRESENTATIONS OF COMMUNITY AND COMMON IDENTITY (1450–1750)
Conference hosted by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies
in Innsbruck
Thursday, November 30th – Saturday, December 2nd 2017
Organised by: Nicolas Detering (Freiburg i. Br.), Clementina Marsico (Innsbruck), Isabella Walser (Innsbruck)

EARLY MODERN DISCOURSES ON EUROPE
Starting in the post-war decades of the 20th century, the history, the concept, and the identity of Europe as a geographical, cultural, political, religious and ideological entity has become a popular field of investigation in many different disciplines. Historians, political scientists, and philologists have come to examine the meaning of Europe in the face of contemporary developments and problems, which the European integration is facing. Their research shows that while ancient and medieval writers may have already ‘sensed' some sort of European identity, a proper discourse on the continent's political significance, cultural meaning, historical fate and contemporary crisis – based, for example, on the use of a shared vocabulary (the term ‘Europe' among it) and of specific rhetorical strategies (like the personification of Europe) –, only evolved during the 15th and 16th century and proliferated in the 17th and 18th century.

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C. A. Jones et S. G. Bruce, The Relatio metrica de duobus ducibus

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Christopher A. Jones et Scott G. Bruce, The Relatio metrica de duobus ducibus. A Twelfth-Century Cluniac Poem on Prayer for the Dead, Turnhout, 2016.

Éditeur : Brepols
Collection : Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin, 10
XI+216 pages
ISBN : 978-2-503-56827-0
85 €


The twelfth-century Latin poem called the Relatio metrica de duobus ducibus has never been edited or translated before. On its surface, the poem retells a popular exemplum about an encounter between two warring dukes and a mysterious army from heaven. While retelling the story in verse, however, the poet has greatly expanded his prose source, elaborating its teachings about the importance of intercessions for the dead and introducing wholly new emphases on knightly piety and the benefits of dying for a holy cause. The present book, which offers the first edition, translation, and analysis of the poem, situates the 827-line poem in its literary and historical contexts. The publication of the Relatio metrica should be of interest to scholars of medieval Latin poetry, Cluniac monasticism, and the spirituality of the Crusades.

 

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