Session 706: Commemoration and Remembrance, III: Whose Commemoration, Where, and by Whom?
Tuesday 12 July 2005, 14.15-15.45
|Organiser:||Annemarie Speetjens, Department of Medieval History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam|
|Moderator/Chair:||Truus van Bueren, Medieval Memoria Online Project|
|Respondent:||Andrew F. Butcher, Aberystwyth University|
|Paper 706-a||Homes of 'the Living Dead': Commemoration in Parish Churches and Convents in the Northern Netherlands|
Index terms: Daily Life, Lay Piety, Local History, Religious Life
|Paper 706-b||Benefactors, Beneficiaries, and the Nature of the Countergift|
Index terms: Computing in Medieval Studies, Lay Piety, Religious Life
|Paper 706-c||The Young Commemorate the Old: Some Evidence from Colleges and Chantries in Kent|
Index terms: Education, Lay Piety, Local History, Religious Life
During the Middle Ages the commemoration of the dead played a prominent role in society, as it was fundamental for the devotional practice.These three sessions however examine ‘commemoration and remembrance’ from a much broader perspective.