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Theology, Education, School Institution and Scholars-network:
dialogues between the University of Paris and the
new Universities from Central Europe during the Late Middle Ages
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October 2012 : Meeting of the TEAM in Paris

June 2013: THESIS project: acquisition of the XVth century ms TM 536 containing the Nicholas of Dinkelsbühl' commentary on the Sentences

September 2013: First Annual THESIS Meeting for Reading Medieval Manuscripts, Colibita, 24-28 September 2013 photos

October 2013: Journée d'études dédiée au commentaire des Sentences de Nicholas de Dinkesbühl, 14 October 2013, IRHT

March 2014: Series of conferences on the Sentences at the University of Babes-Bolyai photos

April 2014: Presentation of the manuscript THESIS-TM 536 during the COST/IRHT Trainning School. Transmission of texts. New tools, new approches. 31 March-4 April 2014. photos

November 2014: Second Annual THESIS Meeting for Reading Medieval Manuscripts, Paris, 24-28 November, 2014 photos

February 2015: Séminaire du Centre Pierre Abélard 2015: Chris Schabel:  Philosophical Theology in the Fourteenth Century: Historical Trends and Historiographical Opportunities: http://abelard.hypotheses.org/556

3 March 2015: Monica Brinzei faira une présentation à la Bibliothèque Nationale de France du ms. TM 536 et de quelques manuscrits philosophique dans le cadre du Séminaire "Lecture et critique des manuscrits latins" de l'Ecole Normale Supériéure dirigé par Cecile Lanery 

18 March 2015: Ana Irimescu: Restructuration de l'épistémologie dans les Commentaires des Sentences au XIVe siècle à partir de la distinction scotiste entre la connaissance intuitive et abstractive Conférence présentée dans le cycle de Grandes conférences des Archives Poincaré, Nancy, Laboratoire d'Histoire et de philosophie des sciences 'Archives Henri-Poincaré', Université de Lorraine.

March 2015: Les Principia sur les commentaire des Sentences: entre exercice institutionnel et débat philosophique, Paris, 23-24 Mars 2015

June 2015: THESIS' Participation to Kalamazoo conference on Medieval Studies

July 2015: Mid-terme report of the project

7 September 2015: Annual Meeting of YAE, Darmstadt: Monica Brinzei: Education, school institution and scholars-network during the late middle ages : http://www.yacadeuro.org/annual_meeting/2015.htm

23-27 September 2015: FIDEM colloquium Cluj-Napoca

8 October 2015: Monica Brinzei, La réception d'Alexandre de Halès dans les commentaires des Sentences de la fin du XIVe siècle: http://www.irht.cnrs.fr/fr/agenda/autour-d-alexandre-de-hales

14-16 October 2015: THESIS project participates to the colloquium Habitus in Late Medieval Philosophy :http://medievalhabitus.weebly.com/programme.html

12-13 November 2015: THESIS project participates in Rome to the round table Les Savoir dans les ordres mendiants

3 December 2015: Monica Brinzei gives a talk at the Center for Austrian Studies (University of Minnesota) : http://cas.umn.edu/calendar/   https://events.umn.edu/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=event_b&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=AFD1204E-6370-4750-929C-EAA4AF91EDFE

10 December 2015: Ana Irimescu defended her PhD at EPHE under the supervision of Olivier BOULNOIS :https://www.ephe.fr/recherche/soutenances/ana-irimescu

16 January 2016: Monica Brinzei's talk at the University of Vienna: « Teaching theology and philosophy in the new university of Vienna during the XIVth century ». 

23 March 2016: Monica Brinzei invited talk at the University of Edinburgh, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies : « New tendances in commenting the Sentences of Lombard in the University of Vienna during the XVth century » 

24 March 2016: Andrei Marinca gives a talk at the COST-Training School, Amsterdam: “Definitions of viator in the Sentences Commentaries during the Late XIVth Century at Paris and Bologna” 

24 MArch 2016: Ioana Curut gives a talk at the COST-Training School, Amsterdam: "Thomas Ebendorfer’s view on Jews and other heterodox religious communities at Vienna as reflected in the Prologue of his Sentences Commentary (post 1421)”

7 May 2016: Monica Brinzei participation to the workshop of University of Basel: Intersection knowledge. The Dominican Library in Basel (1233-1559): title of the talk: “Updatind Stegmüller: some Sentences commentaries from the Dominican funds of the Basel University Library”

13-14-15 May 2016: Christopher Schabel: Chaire Pierre Abelard: https://abelard.hypotheses.org/637 

17-19 August 2016: Mihai Maga, Luciana Cioca, Monica Brinzei, Chris Schabel participation to the workshop: Linked Data and the Medieval Scholastic Tradition, Basel

28-30 September 2016: THESIS project was represented during the XXII Annual Colloquium of the SIEPM, Cluj-Napoca by Ioana Curut (paper title: Sentences Commentaries and the role of the Pseudo-Arisotelian Liber de pomo in the De intentione Aristotelis questions about the eternity of the world) and Andrei Marinca (paper title: The Reception of Ps. -Aristotle's De mundo in Forteenth Century Sentences Commentaries).


1 October 2016:
Monica Brinzei defended her Habilitation à diriger des recherches (title: A l'intérieur du genre: Les commentaires des Sentences de la fin du XIVe siècle et du début du XVe siècle. Une histoire de textes et d'auteurs connus, méconnus, perdus ou retrouvés). Jury: V. Ciomas (UBB-Cluj-Napoca); Ch. Grellard (EPHE, Paris), D. Poirel (IRHT, Paris), Al. Baumgarten (UBB, Cluj-Napoca).

19-26 November 2016: Third Annual THESIS Meeting for Reading Medieval Manuscripts, Coral Bay photos

12 July 2017: International Workshop concerning the Updating Stegmüller project in process (participants: William J. Courtenay, William Duba, Steve Livesly, Ueli Zahnd), Paris, IRHT

24-28 July 2017: THESIS project will held 2 sessions on some results obtained during the project at the XIV International Congress of the SIEPM, Porto Alegre, Brazil

ERC-THESIS Project news


-THESIS will held 2 sessions at  XIV International Congress of the SIEPM: Homo-Natura-Mundus: Human Beings and their Relationships, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 24-28 July 2017

-During the XIV International Congress of the SIEPM: THESIS will launch the new publication of the collection Studia Sententiarum : http://www.brepols.net/Pages/ShowProduct.aspx?prod_id=IS-9782503573274-1


-ERC accepted the request of an extension of 10 months for THESIS project


Third Annual THESIS Meeting for Reading Medieval Manuscripts, Coral Bay 19-26 November 2016


Linked Data and the Medieval Scholastic Tradition

International Workshop, Basel, August 17-19, 2016

See program: Linked Data and the Medieval Scholastic Tradition


THESIS project participated to the International Conference Habit in Medieval Philosophy, Paris, October 14-16, 2015 

See program: https://www.academia.edu/11959858/International_Conference_Habit_in_Medieval_Philosophy_Paris_October_14-16_2015


Les principia sur les commentaire des Sentences : entre exercice institutionnel et réalité intellectuelle

23, 24 mars 2015; IRHT : Centre Félix-Grat

 

Organized by: Monica Brinzei (ERC-IRHT, Paris)

William O. Duba (Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen)


The most substantial requirement to become a master of theology at the medieval university was to have lectured on the Sentences of Peter Lombard. This course included inaugural lectures -- principia -- at the beginning of each of the four books. Yet these principia remain largely unknown. The goal of this workshop is to establish the scholarly understanding of principia, and through it, to better grasp the organization of medieval theological teaching through case studies. By clarifying the circumstances and content of this obligatory step in the careers of the sententiarii, this workshop intends to achieve a picture of the key characteristics of this exercise, the structure and style of principia, the principal actors and authors, and the doctrinal problems discussed in these debates and sermons, as well the relationship between an author's principia and his Sentences  commentary.


 Principia ou les leçons inaugurales qui précèdent la lecture des Sentences à la Faculté de Théologie demeurent encore un témoin inconnu de cette pratique universitaire. Le but de cet workshop est de mieux comprendre l'organisation de l'enseignement théologique médiéval à travers des études de cas des principia. L'intérêt est d'éclairer cette épreuve obligatoire imposée aux sententiarii en investiguant quelles sont les caractéristiques de cet exercice, quel est la structure et le style desprincipia, qui sont les acteurs principaux de ces débats universitaires et qui sont les auteurs qui nous ont laissé des principia, quelles sont les problèmes doctrinales abordés dans ces débats, quel est le rapport entre les principia et le commentaire desSentences d'un même auteur. 


Contact: Monica BRINZEI, mbrinzei@gmail.com


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