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The 9th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies (JSMES)

The 9th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies (JSMES)

Programme

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3 June 2017

Main Session 14:1517:45

Lecture Hall

Room 110 in the Building no. 6 of Minami-Osawa Campus

http://www.tmu.ac.jp/english/university/campusmap.html

14:15-15:00 Hitoshi Hoshino (Kyoto University) Paradise and Politics: Dante’s Monarchia and Paradiso
15:00-15:45 Sayaka Ando

(Tokyo University of Arts)

 

“Fountain of Life” in the Corbie Psalter: A Study of Imagery and Ornamentation in the Carolingian Art
16:00-16:45 Toshio Ohnuki (Okayama University)

 

Mutual communications between the Cistercians and parish communities: a case of Rhineland and Franconia in the High Middle Ages
16:45-17:30 Michael Raby

(McGill University)

Between Sleeping and Waking: Hypnagogia in Medieval Literature”
17:30-17:45 Jay Noyes

(CEO, Tintagel K.K.)

Medieval Combat: Fact vs. Fiction (Special Lecture)
18:00-20:00 Reception Student Refectory (Building No. 15 on the Map)

Special Exhibitions

Saturday 13:00-17:00 & Sunday 9:00-17:00 in Rooms 105/106

1: Learning about Medieval Knights, by Tintagel K.K.

2: Parchment and Handmade Paper, Manuscripts and Letterpress Prints, by Kenji Yagi

 

 

 

4 June 2017

Symposium: 11:00-16:30

Medievalism on Screen: Depictions of Fact and Imagination

Lecture Hall

Room 110 in the Building No. 6 of Minami-Osawa Campus

 

11:00-11:10 Overview, by Nobutada ZUSHI (Kindai University)
11:10-11:40 The Cinematic Representation of Robin Hood and the Crusades: Kings Never Coming Back, and Heroes Having No Home

by Naobumi OKADA (Gakushuin University)

11:40-12:10 Handsome Handling of Handseax in Hobbit Films: The Anglo-Saxon English Styles of Steel in Fantasy,

by Tsukusu ITO (Shinshu University)

13:30-14:00 “It’s Only a Model”: Medieval Manuscripts in Monty Python and the Holy Grail,

 

by Makiko KOMIYA (Kindai University)

14:00-14:30 Regarding the Past: The Legend and Films of Pope Joan,

by Mamoru FUJISAKI (Ibaraki University)

14:30-14:45 Comments from the field of the Medieval English Literature,

by Kuniko SHOJI (Keio University)

14:45-15:00 Comments from the field of the History of Music,

by Aya YOSHIKAWA (Tokyo Gakugei University)

15:20-15:40 Panel Discussion
15:40-16:30 Discussion

Proposed by Shunji OOGURO (Osaka City University),

with special help of Sayaka MATSUMOTO (Fukui Prefectural University)

 

 

Poster Session: 9:00-10:45

Room 201 to 204 of Building No.6

Hayato ARIKAWA Filippino Lippi’s Adoration of the Magi: A study on the functions of the portrait
Ryuta ISHIDA Demonstration of Angels’ Specification: focusing on Thomas Aquinas’s Quæstio disputata de spiritualibus creaturis, a.8
Kaho INOUE Functions of Ligatures in Medieval and Renaissance Music
Rei IWANAGA The Development of Early Medieval Stone Sculptures in Eastern Yorkshire
Sonoko UEMATSU Veit Stoss The Kraków Mary altar: The Virgin’s death and the Apostles’ eyes
Hirosi Ohshima Adequation Model to Conformity Model: Concepts of Truth in Thomas Aquinas
Masao KATO European Medieval History in High School History Education: The Case of “Feudalism
Natsumi KISHIDA Mutual Excommunication of 1054” and the Development of the Patriarchate of Constantinople
Yoshifumi KITADATE Pontigny as Center of St Edmund’s Pilgrimage: A Dispute Over Ornament
Kiichi SUGANUMA Fifteenth-century Instrumental Practice: Sources and Diminution Technique
Andrea Arashi TANOSAKI Structure of Queenly Household in the Charters Issued by Eleanor of Aquitaine as Queen of England
Daichi NUMA The Role of the Sea in the Legitimization of Romanus I Lecapenus’s Regime
Haruhi NOBE Does human intellect contribute to faith?
Ryo HIGUCHI Dating Methodologies and its Problems of Middle Byzantine Cross-in-Square Church Buildings
Fuka FUJITA Greeks and Catholics in Venetian Cyprus: the Counter-Reformation and the eastern Mediterranean world
Noriko MOTONE Propagation of veneration of St. Olav and the churches dedicated to St. Olav: The case of Norway
Hitomi YOSHIDA The Minstrels of Late-medieval Nuremberg
Manami RYU The Apocalypse of Valenciennes: a Relationship between Text and Illumination

 

Call for Papers The 2017 Annual Meeting

Call for Papers
The 2017 Annual Meeting of
the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies (JSMES)
at Tokyo Metropolitan University

The 2017 annual meeting of the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies will be held on 3rd and 4th of June 2017 at Tokyo Metropolitan University. The Program Committee invites proposals for papers (30 minutes in Japanese or English) on topics of medieval studies. Any member of the JSMES (or Medieval Association of the Pacific) may submit a paper proposal.


The proposal must have
(1) the proposer’s personal and contact information (the proposer’s name, professional status, e-mail address, postal address, fax and telephone numbers, and paper title),
(2) the proposer’s list of publications and conference papers, and
(3) the proposer’s 250 words abstract.

Proposals should be submitted to Prof. Momo Kanazawa, chairman of the Program Committee, by email (‘‘office.jsmes@gmail.com’’). The deadline is 30 November 2016 Decisions will be announced by the end of January 2017.

The 8th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies

The 8th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies (JSMES)

Programme

11 June 2016
Lecture Hall
Located in the Building 27 in the Kawauchi Campus Map:
http://www.sci.tohoku.ac.jp/english/campusmap/

Main Session 14:00-18:00
1. 14:00-14:45
HAMANO Atsushi (Independent Scholar)
Salary and Family: A Wet Nurse and Domestic Servant in Late Medieval Florence
2. 14:45-15:30
KUDO Yoshinobu (Kanazawa Gakuin University)
Peter Idley’s Administrative Career as an Example of the Social Position of a Writer of an English Popular Didactic Poem in the Fifteenth Century
3. 15:30-16:15
AKAE Yuichi (Keio University)
John Ball: A Portrait of a Problematic Preacher
4. 16:30-17:15
ITO Mai (Tohoku University)
A Study of the Allegorical Ambiguity of the Late Style in Lucas Cranach the Elder’s Caritas 
5. 17:15-18:00
ROLLO, David (University of Southern California)
Oriental Fantasy in Lambert le Tort’s Roman d’Alexandre

Reception 18:15~20:30 Cafeteria (Building 13 of Kawauchi Campus Map)

12 June 2016
Lecture Hall

Symposium: 11:00-16:30
What happened at Paris as an « intellectual centre » of Medieval Europe ?
11:00-11:10 Overview by OKAZAKI Atsushi (Kyushu University)
11:10-11:40 NAGASHIMA Tetsuya (Fukuoka Dental College)
The Epistolae duorum amantium and the Ascription to Heloise and Abelard
11:40-12:10 TAKANA Yasufumi (Seijo University)
Paris according to the poetic “I” of Rutebeuf
13:30-14:00 HIRAI Makiko (Kunitachi College of Music)
Early Polyphony and Parisian Organum
14:00-14:30 KIMATA Motokazu (Nagoya University)
Formation of Gothic Style and Paris
14:30-15:00 OKAZAKI Atsushi (Kyushu University)
Scholarly Circles and Conditions of the Nascent University of Paris Around 1200: Historiography Reconsidered
15:20-16:30 Discussion

Poster Session 2016
1. Ryuta Ishida, Ethical Use of De inventione: An Aspect of Thomas Aquinas’s Reception of Cicero
2. Kaho Inoue, Semibreves between the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
3. Masao Kato, European Medieval History in High-School History Education: The Case of the Period for Integrated Studies
4. Shinichi Kubo, Eastern and Western Wisdom in the Eyes of a Pro-Latin Byzantine Intellectual
5. Masaki Kurosawa, Southern France before the Albigensian Crusade
6. Daiki Sano, Offers of Official Posts to Gregory Palamas and Nikephoros Gregoras
7. Takanori Shibata, The Appearance and Disappearance of the Customary Frame of Sentence Concerning advocatus: The Continuity of Memory in the Activities of Ottonian Royal Chancellery
8. Tomoya Shimozono, The Celestial Hierarchy in Thomas Aquinas: With a Focus on the Theory of Guardian Angel
9. Megumi Tanabe, The Prayer System Based on the 15th-Century Brittany Books of Hours
10. Hiroshi Hirasawa, Munich of Urban Architecture in the Late Middle Ages – Consideration from the Visual Historical Records and Building Ordinance –
11. Wataru Yanada, Urban Governance of Johann I, Archbishop of Trier.
12. Ryoko Yamanaka, The Medieval Silk-Sumit, Preserved in Towns Along the Rhine & Meuse Rivers.
13. Ranko Watanabe, The Transition of Augustine’s Soteriology

Title Call for Papers The 2016 Annual Meeting

Call for Papers
The 2016 Annual Meeting of
the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies (JSMES)
at Tohoku University

The 2015 annual meeting of the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies will be held on 11th and 12th of June 2016 at Tohoku University in Sendai. The Program Committee invites proposals for papers (30 minutes in Japanese or English) on topics of medieval studies. Any member of the JSMES (or Medieval Association of the Pacific) may submit a paper proposal.


The proposal must have
(1) the proposer’s personal and contact information (he proposer’s name, professional status, e-mail address, postal address, fax and telephone numbers, and paper title),
(2) the proposer’s list of publications and conference papers, and
(3) the proposer’s 250 words abstract.

Proposals should be submitted to Prof. Momo Kanazawa, chairman of the Program Committee, by email (‘‘office.jsmes@gmail.com’’). The deadline is 10 December 2015. Decisions will be announced by the end of January 2016.

Call for Papers The 2015 Annual Meeting

Call for Papers
The 2015 Annual Meeting of
the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies (JSMES)
at Toyo University

The 2015 annual meeting of the Japan Society for Medieval European Studies will be held on 13th and 14th of June 2015 at Toyo University (Hakusan Campus) in Tokyo. The Program Committee invites proposals for papers (30 minutes in Japanese or English) on topics of medieval studies. Any member of the JSMES (or Medieval Association of the Pacific) may submit a paper proposal.


The proposal must have
(1) the proposer’s personal and contact information (the proposer’s name, professional status, e-mail address, postal address, fax and telephone numbers, and paper title),
(2) the proposer’s list of publications and conference papers, and
(3) the proposer’s 250 words abstract.

Proposals should be submitted to Prof. Shunji Oguro, chairman of the Program Committee, by email (‘‘office.jsmes@gmail.com’’). The deadline is 28 November 2014. Decisions will be announced by the end of January 2015.

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