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Construction et réception des modèles universitaires dans l’Occident médiéval. Pour une histoire connectée des universités

Abstract : Between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries universities were founded throughout the Latin West. In fact, the medieval university system can be considered as the first case of the ‘globalization’ of education on a European scale. In the English and German universities the corporations of masters, though trained in accordance with the Parisian model, built their intellectual practices in interdependence with their Alma Mater, while at the same time developing political practices that were adapted to their contexts and to the local issues. Thus the development of what is commonly known as the ‘Parisian model’ shows that a connected history of the universities would essentially be a history of the reception of the university phenomenon.
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Thierry Kouamé. Construction et réception des modèles universitaires dans l’Occident médiéval. Pour une histoire connectée des universités. Histoire monde, jeux d’échelles et espaces connectés, 151, Éditions de la Sorbonne, pp.193-203, 2017, Histoire ancienne et médiévale. ⟨halshs-02973005⟩

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