Session Title

Remembering the Crusades: Image, Norms, and Representations

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Dept. d'histoire , Univ. de Montréal

Organizer Name

Philippe Genequand

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. de Montréal

Presider Name

Philippe Genequand

Paper Title 1

The Crusading Ideology in the Fourteenth Century: Concept and Theory

Presenter 1 Name

Cornel Bontéa

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. de Montréal

Paper Title 2

The Venetian Participation in the Fourth Crusade: Economic Conclusions of the Treaty of Venice in 1201

Presenter 2 Name

Eric Hupin

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Univ. de Montréal

Paper Title 3

The Image of the Templars and Hospitalers through Their Seals

Presenter 3 Name

Rodrigue Buffet

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Univ. de Montréal

Paper Title 4

Otherness in the Prussian Crusades: The Pagans in Di Kronike von Pruzinlant

Presenter 4 Name

Louis Provost-Brien

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Univ. de Montréal

Start Date

12-5-2016 1:30 PM

Session Location

Fetzer 1010

Description

The session will be dedicated to the Crusades and the projected images some actors of the movement chosed to build.

To better illustrate the norms and representations of the crusading movement, we would like to explore three different geographical areas and fronts: the Levant, the Baltic and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Later Middle Ages. We propose a new interpretation of the concept of "crusading ideology" in the Later Middle Ages by reexamining the Crusades in the 14th century and considering the necessities of such a trip, between dreamed of project and harsh reality. Also, two papers will be dedicated to the imaginary of the Crusade: one would explore the image and the values projected by the Templars and the Hospitalers through their seals; the other one will investigate the otherness in the Prussian Crusades, the pagans in Die Kronike von Pruzinlant.

Philippe Genequand

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May 12th, 1:30 PM

Remembering the Crusades: Image, Norms, and Representations

Fetzer 1010

The session will be dedicated to the Crusades and the projected images some actors of the movement chosed to build.

To better illustrate the norms and representations of the crusading movement, we would like to explore three different geographical areas and fronts: the Levant, the Baltic and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Later Middle Ages. We propose a new interpretation of the concept of "crusading ideology" in the Later Middle Ages by reexamining the Crusades in the 14th century and considering the necessities of such a trip, between dreamed of project and harsh reality. Also, two papers will be dedicated to the imaginary of the Crusade: one would explore the image and the values projected by the Templars and the Hospitalers through their seals; the other one will investigate the otherness in the Prussian Crusades, the pagans in Die Kronike von Pruzinlant.

Philippe Genequand