Session Title

Monastic Art and Material Culture in the Context of Reform, ca. 1000–1150 II

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Communis: Consortium for Medieval Monastic Studies

Organizer Name

Scott Wells

Organizer Affiliation

California State Univ.-Los Angeles

Presider Name

Scott Wells

Paper Title 1

Figurative Capitals as a Spiritual Aid in Early Eleventh-Century Reform at Saint-Bénigne in Dijon

Presenter 1 Name

Carolyn Malone

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. of Southern California

Paper Title 2

Odilo’s Flowering Lectulum: A Cluniac Innovation in the Description of the Abbatial Bed

Presenter 2 Name

Susan W. Wade

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Keene State College

Paper Title 3

Codex Benedictus and the Relation between Book Illumination and Wall Painting

Presenter 3 Name

Teemu Immonen

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Turun Yliopisto

Start Date

8-5-2014 3:30 PM

Session Location

Schneider 1255

Description

This session brings together papers by historians and art historians on artifacts, objects, and spaces through which monks and nuns built up and defined a monastic spiritual environment and praxis. They also explore the phenomenon (and conceptual problem) of "reform" as a defining monastic discourse and experience over the course of the "long eleventh century", from the turn of the millennium into the 1130 and 1140s.

Scott Wells

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May 8th, 3:30 PM

Monastic Art and Material Culture in the Context of Reform, ca. 1000–1150 II

Schneider 1255

This session brings together papers by historians and art historians on artifacts, objects, and spaces through which monks and nuns built up and defined a monastic spiritual environment and praxis. They also explore the phenomenon (and conceptual problem) of "reform" as a defining monastic discourse and experience over the course of the "long eleventh century", from the turn of the millennium into the 1130 and 1140s.

Scott Wells