Pierre-Vincent Claverie, Assemblée nationale, Paris
In Honorius III et l'Orient (1216-1227), Pierre-Vincent Claverie offers a large-scale study of the oriental policy developed by Pope Honorius III at the time of the Fifth Crusade.
Ingrid Houssaye Michienzi, Université Paris VII
This book offers a reconstruction of commercial strategies used by Datini and his agents to trade with the Maghrib. It focuses on the study of networks, of economic actors and of the link between trade and the State.
General reflections on the medieval university are followed by 8 studies of Central and East Central centers and conclude with 4 social-historical and prosopographical papers.
Édité par Patrick Gilli, Jacques Verger et Daniel Le Blévec
The incorporation of universities into medieval cities produced specific difficulties for and benefits to urban communities. Ranging from Coimbra to Prague, the case studies collected in this volume examine the particular forms of contact between two institutions which marked the Middle Ages.
Making use of the latest developments in historiography as well as a wealth of documentary sources, this study presents a synthesis of the history of the University of Caen as well as a novel interpretation of its strategic role as an agent for the promotion of a distinct norman regional identity.
This work describes the world of Parisian students by means of a sociological analysis of the Collège de Dormans-Beauvais between 1370 and 1458. The study examines the background, training and careers of the fellows of this institution which foreshadowed the modern college structure.
This collection of nine studies deals with the history of French Universities, mainly that of Paris, in the Middle Ages and provides a new approach of its institutional framework and of the social and political background of its history.
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