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DAAD Workshop 3 | Borders and Interactions: Monastic Regions, Cult Centers and Pilgrimages

Gewölbe Minoritenkirche
Monday, November 8, 2021, 9:00 am – Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 5:00 pm

This workshop is organized in the framework of the DAAD-supported cooperation with the University of Heidelberg and will take place on November 8–9, 2021, on CEU's Vienna campus (Quellenstraße 51). If you wish to join the workshop in the D001 Tiered Room, please, fill out the registration form by November 5.


Monday, November 8

Welcome and introduction: Daniel Ziemann (CEU); Julia Burkhardt (University of Munich); Gábor Klaniczay (CEU)

9:30–10:30 Keynote lecture
Chair: Julia Burkhardt
Beatrix F. Romhányi (Gáspár Károli University of the Reformed Church, Budapest) – The Monastic Network(s) of East Central Europe

Coffee break

11:00–12:30 Session 1
Chair: Gábor Klaniczay
Sanja Miljan (CEU) – Crossing the Borders: Franciscans of Dalmatia Traveling to Italy (from Assisi to Bologna and Padua)
Benjamin Müsegades (University of Heidelberg) – Saints and the City. Holy Men in Medieval Lincoln

Lunch break

14:00–15:30 Session 2
Chair: Christina Lutter (University of Vienna)
Cynthia Stöckle (University of Munich) – Medieval Monasteries between Monastic Aspirations and Dynastic Politics. The Example of Stams in Tyrol
Karel Pacovský (Charles University, Prague) – Prague Benedictine Nuns and Their Social Networks

Coffee break

16:00–17:30 Session 3
Chair: Judit Majorossy (University of Vienna / CEU)
Norbert Hunor Orbán (University of Vienna) – Protagonists – Institutions – Networks: Paulines in Late Medieval Lower Austria
Jan Kremer (CMS Prague) – Uncertain Result and Certain Perils: Premonstratensians within the Bohemian Monastic Landscape



Tuesday, November 9

9:00–10:30 Session 4
Chair: Éloïse Adde (CEU)
Olga Kalashnikova (CEU) – Relics Cross the Borders: Prague Pilgrimage and Public Veneration of Passion Relics in the 14th Century
Isabel Kimpel (University of Heidelberg) – Caesarius of Heisterbach’s Libri miraculorum: A Guide to Life in and outside the Monastery in the 13th Century

Coffee break

11:00–13:00 Session 5
Chair: József Laszlovszky (CEU)
Martina Kudlíková (Masaryk University, Brno) – The Cloisters of the Mendicant Monasteries in the Lands of the Bohemian Crown in the Middle Ages. The Relationship between Function, Form and Space
Jason Snider (CEU) – Recognizing a More Complex Defense of Hungary's Ottoman Frontier under the Teutonic Order (1429c. 1435)
Florian Schreiber (University of Heidelberg) – Accessing Ecclesiastical Wealth – Clerical Institutions in the Financial Environment of Heidelberg University

Concluding remarks: Jörg Peltzer (University of Heidelberg) and Katalin Szende (CEU)

Lunch break

Afternoon program: guided visit of mendicant friaries in Vienna (Franciscan and Augustinian). Guides: Tim Juckes (University of Vienna) and Béla Zsolt Szakács (CEU / Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Budapest)