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The Roll in Western Europe in the Late Middle Ages

September 28, 2017 - September 29, 2017
SFB 933 'Material Text Cultures', Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

Center for American Studies, Hauptstr. 120
Heidelberg 69117
Germany

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Rolls were used in all aspects of medieval society. Key areas in which rolls were utilized include administration, genealogies, poetry, liturgy and heraldry. Despite the significance of the roll as a form for medieval writing culture, it has not received as much attention in respect to its significance.


The international conference The Roll in Western Europe in the Late Middle Ages focuses on the materiality and the praxeology of late medieval rolls (1200 – 1500), particularly in England and France. The presentations deal with questions regarding the purpose and function of the rolls, the advantages and disadvantages of the roll form and why it was preferred for certain texts over other forms, such as the codex.

Thursday, 28 September 2017


9:00–9:30
Welcome and Introduction
Jörg Peltzer, Heidelberg


Section 1
Moderation: Anuschka Holste, Heidelberg


9:30–10:30
Entre rupture et continuité: la problématique des représentations de la lignée Anglo-normande du XIIIe au XVe siècle
Ismérie Triquet, Rennes


10:30–11:30
A tous nobles in roll or codex: the physical expressions of a French genealogical chronicle
Marigold Norbye, London


11:30–12:30
Neither roll nor codex: genealogical accordions in fifteenth-century England
Maree Shirota, Heidelberg


12:30–14:00 Lunch Break


Section 2
Moderation: Klaus Oschema, Bochum


14:00–15:00
English Rolls versus French and Papal Registers: The Significance of Form?
Nicholas Vincent, Norwich

15:00–16:00
Au bout du rouleau: enquête sur l‘adoption du registre par l’administration savoyarde à la fin du XVe siècle
Jean-Louis Gaulin, Lyon


16:00–16:30 Coffee Break


Section 3
Moderation: Bernd Schneidmüller, Heidelberg


16:30–17:30
Scribes, Archivists and (Uncatalogued) Rolls: An Overview of Late Medieval Rolls kept at the Archives départementales de l‘Eure
Thomas Roche, Rouen


17:30–18:30
Les usages du rotulus en curie. Formes, raisons et développements aux XIIIe et XIVe siècles
Armand Jamme, Lyon


19:30 Joint Dinner


Friday, 29 September 2017


Section 4
Moderation: Annette Kehnel, Mannheim


9:00–10:00
The Rolls behind the Rolls: The English Pipe Rolls and their Preliminary Documents
Richard Cassidy, London


10:00–11:00
Rouleaux cisterciens et transferts culturels au pays de Galles au XIIIe siècle
Elodie Papin, Angers

11:00–12:00
Copying Rolls: The Onus Scaccarii Rolls under Edward I (1272-1307)
Stefan Holz, Heidelberg


12:00–13:30 Lunch Break


Section 5
Moderation: Norbert Kössinger, Konstanz


13:30–14:30
The Power of Not Reading: Amulet Rolls in Medieval England
Katherine Hindley, Singapore


14:30–15:30
Copier les chartes en rouleau: les objectifs d’une compilation singulière (Midi de la France, XIe – XVe siècles)
Jean-Batiste Renault, Nancy


15:30–16:00 Coffee Break


Section 6
Moderation: Jean-Marie Moeglin, Paris


16:00–17:00
Le rouleau dans les procédures judiciaires au chapitre de Notre-Dame de Paris au XIIIe siècle
Lucie Tryoen, Paris


17:00–18:00
Le format du rouleau dans un monastère du diocèse de Paris au XIVe siècle: le cas de la déclaration des biens de l‘abbaye cistercienne du Val Notre-Dame (1362)
Marlène Helias-Baron, Paris


18:00–18:15
Concluding remarks
Jean-Marie Moeglin, Paris


19:00 Joint Dinner

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