The third in a series of workshops on Carolingian correctio, ‘Rethinking the Carolingian reforms: the negotiation and exchange of knowledge in the Carolingian world’
- Rosamond McKitterick (Cambridge): The Frankish church and the Carolingian reforms revisited
- Carine van Rhijn (Utrecht): Taming the terminology: Carolingian Renaissance, reform, correctio
- Sven Meeder (Nijmegen): Carolingian correctio: centre and periphery
- Giorgia Vocino (Orléans) and Cinzia Grifoni (Vienna): Carolingian correctio in education: the reception of Alcuin's pedagogy
- Irene van Renswoude (Utrecht) and Kristina Mitalaité (Paris): Carolingian debates and controversies: correcting heterodoxy
- Els Rose (Utrecht) and Arthur Westwell (Trier): Correcting the liturgy and sacred language
- Ingrid Rembold (Oxford) and Steve Ling (Loughborough): 'Like all the monasteries in Francia': horizontal networks in Carolingian monastic and canonical reforms
- with a response by Elina Screen and Julia Smith (both Oxford)
To register for the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 6 April, stating your name, affiliation, and any dietary requirements. There are no fees for attending, but depending on the final workshop budget a nominal sum (no more than £5) may be requested to help cover catering costs. Tea, coffee, and a sandwich lunch will be provided on the second day of the workshop.
This workshop is generously supported by The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH); Oxford Medieval Studies; the Faculty of History, Oxford; Hertford College, Oxford; and the Royal Historical Society.