Forbidden ideas

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forbidden ideas

Forbidden Ideas: Medieval Heresy and the Scholastics

16 – 17 April 2018 Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities Building Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6GG

Monday, 16 April 2018

10:30-10:45    Welcome

10:45-11:45    William Courtenay, The Multiple Uses of the Charge of Heresy, 1300-1350

11:45-12:00    Coffee 12:00-1:00 Andrew Larsen, Henry Crumpe: Between Popular Heresy and Academic Error

1:00-2:00        Lunch

2:00-3:00        Amélie de las Heras, Defining Heresy with Isidore de Seville's Heritage in Front of Leonese Growing Dissent (12th-13th c.)

3:00-4:00       Jack Baigent, Persecution of the Apostolic Life: Waldensians and Spiritual Franciscans in Fourteenth-Century Languedoc

4:00-4:15       Coffee

4:15-5:15       Ann Giletti, Scholastics and Aristotle: A Case of Academic Heresy?

5:15-6:15       Deborah Grice, ‘Error’ or ‘Haeresis’: A Critical Look at Albertus Magnus and his Environment

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

10:00-11:00   Alexander Fidora, The Christian Discovery of the Talmud: From Fables to Heresies

11:00-11:15   Coffee

11:15-12:15   Irene Bueno, ‘Ut hereticus est censendus’: Jacques Fournier and the Uncertain Boundaries of Heresy at the Court of Avignon

12:15-1:15    Lucy Sackville, Authority and Counsel: Thirteenth-Century Bishops and Anti-Heretical Action

1:15-2:15      Lunch

2:15-3:15      Gregory Moule, Heresy, Patronage, and Canon Law: The Case of Denis Foullechat

3:15-4:00      Round Table – Chaired by Kantik Ghosh



With generous sponsorship by Marie Curie Actions at the European Commission,

Oxford Medieval Studies, and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities.


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