IMC 2018: Sessions

Session 114: Gender, Networks, and Community in Legal Sources, I: Authorities and Minorities

Monday 2 July 2018, 11.15-12.45

Organisers:Aysu Dinçer, Department of History, University of Warwick
Chiara Ravera, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Moderator/Chair:Richard M. Goddard, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 114-aA Silent Relationship?: Tracing the Management of Muslims under the Rule of Military Orders in the Iberian Peninsula
(Language: English)
Clara Almagro-Vidal, Centro Interdisciplinar de História, Culturas e Sociedades, Universidade de Évora
Index terms: Crusades, Gender Studies
Paper 114-bBehind Closed Doors?: Medieval Jewish Women in Barcelona and Their Social Network
(Language: English)
Anna Rich-Abad, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Index terms: Gender Studies, Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Paper 114-c'Pour ce que il estoient espars en tant de leus': The Latin Minority in Romania during the 13th and 14th Centuries
(Language: English)
Simon Hasdenteufel, UFR d'histoire, Université Paris IV - Sorbonne
Index terms: Byzantine Studies, Crusades, Social History
Abstract

This session looks at three different ethnic groups and explores the nature of their interactions with the wider community. The first paper looks at the ways in which military orders in the Iberian Peninsula regulated and managed the presence of Muslims in the lands under their jurisdiction, and focuses on the representations of these communities, men and women, in the records. The second paper explores the extension and typology of social networks of Jewish women in Barcelona through notarial records (1348-1391) looking at chronologies, types, and volume of transactions. The final paper focuses on Latin settlements in Byzantine lands after the Fourth Crusade and uses legal sources to offer an evaluation of the ways in which Latin lords changed their administrative and political practices in order to adapt to this new environment.