Religious communities and political constructions: Balkans, Eastern Europe, Mediterranean (11th-20th centuries)

Vilnius, 16-18 October 2019

Vilnius University, Faculty of History, Room 211, Universiteto g. 7, LT -01513 Vilnius

Programme Normes et pratiques du religieux entre Orient et Occident

École française de Rome, École française d’Athènes, Centre de recherche français à Jérusalem

Vilnius University, CERCEC, CéSor, CRHIA-Université de Nantes

Murailles de Jérusalem

The third meeting of the research program “Religious Norms and Practices between East and West” will be an opportunity to examine how relationships between sovereign powers, Churches and communities shaped the practices and the definition of social and political identities in the different regions of Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean.

Our meeting aims to connect the scales of observation and thereby the different actors (political powers, clergy and communities of the faithful) to highlight the practical functioning of societies marked by religious diversity and the forms of political identities they produce. For this purpose, we would like to insist on the comparative perspective, both in terms of periods, in order to examine evolutions and possible breaks, as well as in terms of spaces to better understand the circulation of models between the Latin and the Eastern Christianity, but also between the Churches and the political authorities. The survey will extend from the Eastern regions of the Mediterranean Basin (Byzantine, Armenian, Latin and Islamic – Mamluk then Ottoman) to the Eastern borders of the Catholic Europe, by way of the Balkan Peninsula. We will consider over a long time the interrelationships between religious communities and political constructions, through a series of representative case studies chosen on different scales. 

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Cite this article as: Camille Rouxpetel, "Religious communities and political constructions: Balkans, Eastern Europe, Mediterranean (11th-20th centuries)," in Les normes et les pratiques du religieux entre Orient et Occident (IXe-XIXe siècle), 13 octobre 2019, https://normesrel.hypotheses.org/2921.

Camille Rouxpetel

Camille Rouxpetel Projet ERC EuQu-CRHIA-université de Nantes, ancien Florence Gould Fellow à la Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies et ancien membre scientifique de l'École française de Rome, section Moyen Âge Docteur en histoire de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne https://efrome.academia.edu/CamilleRouxpetel

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