Project

COST Action "New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe"

Corbellini, S., Ramakers, B. & Hoogvliet, M.

15/09/201415/09/2018

Project: Research

Description

This Action aims to coordinate research activities being currently developed at several European universities and research institutes and create a (virtual) centre of expertise for the study of religious culture in late medieval and early modern Europe, a period traditionally depicted as one of great cultural discontinuity and binary oppositions between learned (Latin) and unlearned (vernacular) and ecclesiastical hierarchy and the lay believers. Challenging stereotypical descriptions of exclusion of lay and non-Latinate people from religious and cultural life the project, this Action will concentrate on the reconstruction of the process of emancipation of the laity and the creation of new "communities of interpretations". The Action will therefore analyze patterns of social inclusion and exclusion and examine shifts in hierarchic relations amongst groups, individuals and their languages, casting new yet profoundly historical light on themes of seminal relevance to present-days societies.
Short titleNew Communities of Interpretation
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date15/09/201415/09/2018
Related Publications
  1. The Religious Field during the Long Fifteenth Century: Framing Religious Change beyond Traditional Paradigms

    Corbellini, S. & Steckel, S., 6-Dec-2019, In : Church History and Religious Culture. 99, 3-4, p. 303-329 27 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

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