Early Career Workshop in Medieval Intellectual History

RSVP for the 22nd by 15 March 2018 to Lydia.schumacher@kcl.ac.uk. Lunch provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

A list of papers and contributors are as follows:

Session 1: Universities in the Middle Ages
 Deborah Grice (Oxford) – The 1241 Condemnation at the University of Paris
 Luciana Cioca (Cluj) – From inceptor to magister: an academic journey
 Ioana Curut (Cluj) – Philosophy, Theology and Anti-Judaism at the University of Vienna Session 2: Intellectual Currents in the Medieval University
 4. Gustav Zamore (Oxford) – Conceptual Change in Medieval Psychology: The Case of Synderesis
 5. Simon Kopf (Oxford) – The Role of the Divine Will in Aquinas’ Doctrine of Providence
 6. Amy Ebry (Oxford) – Perfection and the Ecclesiastical Hierarchy in the Secular-Mendicant Controversy (c.1252-72) Session 3: Medieval Religion
 7. Arianna Brunori (SNS) – Augustine’s De civitate Dei in Dante and in the 14th century political debate
 8. Nicholas Fauchet – Faith
 9. Audrey Southgate (Oxford) – The Wycliffites and the Real Presence of Christ in the Scriptures and in the Church
 10. Bernhard Hollick (London/Cologne) – John Wyclif and the Classicizing Sermon Session 4: Francis and Franciscans
 11. John Renner (Courtauld) – Bonaventure and Francis of Assisi: Art, Theology and Propoganda in the Thirteenth Century
 12. Tom Savage (KCL) – Francis of Assisi and Humility
 13. Dominic Abbott (Oxford/Leuven) – Reading John Duns Scotus (1266-1308) as a Franciscan in a contemporary context
 14. Emilie Lavallée (Oxford) – Contests and Sweet Disputes: Counsel, Admonition, and Debate in the Correspondence of Adam Marsh
 15. Ziang Chen (EHESS Paris) – Gerard Odonis and his Sententia et expositio super libros ethicorum Aristotelis