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Collective Memory Loss and Shifting Heterodox Identities in Two Vernacular Textual Communities of the Late 12th Century

Abstract : One of the way in which the medieval societies have been explored has been though the concept of community. Often very well-delineated such as monastic community, that of specific settlement, location, religious group, minority, or one connected by other type of bonds. The ‘production’ of community, its evolution, inclusion, and exclusion are important approaches to examine social dynamics. These sessions would like to explore some of the central problems of the intersection of community and memory, focusing on 1000-1550 from any part of the broadly understood medieval Europe.
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Vladimir Agrigoroaei. Collective Memory Loss and Shifting Heterodox Identities in Two Vernacular Textual Communities of the Late 12th Century. International medieval Congress, Jul 2018, Leeds, United Kingdom. ⟨halshs-02431658⟩

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