New Questions, New Sources: Intersecting Documents across Christian Denominations

École française de Rome, 6th-7th December 2021

The workshop will address the currently compartmentalised academic study of the diverse medieval Christian- and Islamic-ruled societies in the Mediterranean area and the Middle East. We will start from the observation that communities do not live in isolation. This is neither a trivial statement nor a truism. The historiography of the Mediterranean and the Middle East has suffered from academic boundaries and denominational myopia. We will solve it by starting from a Connected History approach and by bringing new evidence to the field.

This workshop will focus on intersecting documents in three ways:

  • Archival practice as a window to social and urban history;
  • Limits of the confessional approach to Christian documentation;
  • Intersecting sources for a cross-analysis approach. 

The program is available here


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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