IMC 2004: Sessions

Session 825: Cultural Integration and Alienation on Medieval Choir Stalls

Tuesday 13 July 2004, 16.30-18.00

Sponsor:Misericordia International
Organiser:Elaine C. Block, Misericordia International, Paris
Moderator/Chair:Elaine C. Block, Misericordia International, Paris
Paper 825-aCultural Contact and Conflict of the Jew, the Saracen and Others as Seen on Medieval Choir Stalls
(Language: English)
Elaine C. Block, Misericordia International, Paris
Index terms: Demography, Folk Studies, Medievalism and Antiquarianism, Religious Life
Paper 825-bAt the Uttermost Ends of the Earth
(Language: English)
Paul Hardwick, Department of English, Leeds Trinity University
Index terms: Geography and Settlement Studies, Pagan Religions, Printing History
Paper 825-cCongruent Iconography: A Case Study of Music at the Cathedrals of Cologne and Rouen
(Language: Français)
Frédéric Billiet, UFR Musicologie, Université Paris IV - Sorbonne
Index terms: Geography and Settlement Studies, Liturgy, Music, Religious Life
Abstract

This session, Cultural integration and alienation on medieval choir stalls proposes to demonstrate the roles – both integrated and alienated – of selected minorities – Jews, Saracens, Indians and individuals living outside their native regions. The time frame will be limited to the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and show some probable effects for example of the expulsion of Jews in Spain on the roles of Spanish Jews on choir stalls. The depicion of the Saracens will focus not only on the Reconquest of Granada carved on thhe back panels of the Toledo choir stalls but also the Saracens on the stalls of other European countries.