IMC 2004: Sessions

Session 1506: Incompatible Interests?: Church and State in the Late Middle Ages, I

Thursday 15 July 2004, 09.00-10.30

Organiser:Hildo van Engen, Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis, Den Haag
Moderator/Chair:Hildo van Engen, Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis, Den Haag
Paper 1506-aRotten Cell or Religious Stronghold?: (Conflicting) Interests in Franciscan Houses in the Late Medieval Cities of the Northern Netherlands
(Language: English)
Mirjam Schaap, Department of Medieval History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Index terms: Canon Law, Ecclesiastical History, Monasticism, Religious Life
Paper 1506-bThe Modern Devotion and its Enemies
(Language: English)
Koen Goudriaan, Opleiding Geschiedenis, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Index terms: Ecclesiastical History, Lay Piety, Monasticism, Religious Life
Paper 1506-cThe Influence of Secular Powers on Monastic Reform in the County of Flanders (10th-12th Centuries)
(Language: English)
Catherine Laurijssen, Faculty of Law, KU Leuven
Abstract

The sessions deal with the interests of secular authorities on the one hand, and religious institutions and groups on the other. Many times, these interests clashed, but at the same time, Church and State could co-operate in harmony. The sessions will concentrate on this field of tension.