IMC 2016: Sessions

Session 204: Bishops and the Secular Clergy at Home, I

Monday 4 July 2016, 14.15-15.45

Sponsor:Episcopus: Society for the Study of Bishops & the Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages
Organiser:Michael Burger, College of Arts & Sciences, Auburn University at Montgomery, Alabama
Moderator/Chair:Evan Gatti, Department of Art & Art History, Elon University, North Carolina
Paper 204-aFood, Feast, and Famine in the North: Aspects of Capitular Regulations and Local Conditions
(Language: English)
Anna Minara Ciardi, Centrum för Teologi och Religionsvetenskap, Lunds Universitet
Anna Minara Ciardi, Centrum för Teologi och Religionsvetenskap, Lunds Universitet
Index terms: Canon Law, Daily Life, Ecclesiastical History, Religious Life
Paper 204-bWork, Rest, and Pray: The Use of Space and the Interaction between Three Residences of the Bishops of St Davids in the 14th Century
(Language: English)
Richard Charles Turner, Department of History & Classics, Swansea University
Richard Charles Turner, Department of History & Classics, Swansea University
Index terms: Archaeology - Sites, Architecture - Religious, Ecclesiastical History
Paper 204-cA Divers Panoply: The Far-Flung Residences of the Medieval Bishops of Lincoln
(Language: English)
David Stocker, Univeristy of Leeds
David Stocker, Univeristy of Leeds
Paul Everson, Department of History, University of Keele
Paul Everson, Department of History, University of Keele
Index terms: Archaeology - Sites, Architecture - Religious, Ecclesiastical History
Abstract

The study of the past has recently taken a material turn; this strand brings that turn to the study of bishops and the secular clergy in the Middle Ages. This session brings together archaeology and history, with papers that examine the use and regulation of space – including the feasting that is a theme of the IMC 2016 – to support the ambitions of secular clergy and of bishops.