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Programme Annual Meeting Poitiers - CARMEN Inaugural Meeting, 9-11

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Programme Annual Meeting Poitiers - CARMEN Inaugural Meeting, 9-11

    CARMEN Co-operative for the Advancement of Research

    through a Medieval European Network

    Annual Meeting, 19-21 September 2008

    Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale (CÉSCM), Université de Poitiers

Friday, 19 September 2008 - afternoon

12:00 15:30 Locations to be arranged by individual groups:

     (Optional) Lunchtime preliminary meetings for research lines and groups.

14:30 16:30 Seminar Room (First Floor):

     CARMEN Council meeting, comprising invited participants only (to discuss

    matters which shall then be presented for discussion and approval by the full

    assembly on Sunday morning).

    15:30 onwards Reception desk in main entrance to the CESCM building (24 rue de la Chaîne; tel. +33 (5)

    49 45 45 57)

     Registration:

    ? pay for dinners and indicate special dietary requirements if any

    ? reservations for the Sunday afternoon guided tour of Poitiers

Friday, 19 September 2008 - evening

17:00 Room: Salle Crozet (Ground Floor)

     Start of Meeting

17:15 Welcome Session

    Dr Claire McIlroy (Conference Manager of CARMEN / ARC Network for Early

    European Research) and Dr Stephen Morrison (CÉSCM)

    Welcome and Practical Notices [5-10 mins]

    Dr Simon Forde (Executive Director of CARMEN)

    Brief Introduction to the Aims of the Weekend [10-15 mins]

    Introductory Papers

    Prof. Cécile Treffort or Dr Stephen Morrison (CÉSCM, Université de Poitiers)

    Welcome to Poitiers and an Introduction to the Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de

    Civilisation Médiévale, Université de Poitiers [10-15 mins]

    Prof. Geneviève Bührer-Thierry (Vice-Présidente de la SHMESP)

    Les études médiévales en France aujourd’hui [15-20 mins]

    18:30 19:15 Rear garden (weather permitting) or Salle Crozet and Entrance Hall

     Welcome Wine Reception

19:30 Bistrot Notre Dame, 55 Place Charles de Gaulle (2-minute walk from the Centre).

     Evening meal

    Menu @ ?20 per person [menu details to be provided at the meeting]

Saturday, 20 September 2008 morning

09:00 Room: Salle Crozet and adjacent Entrance Hall

     The Market-Place

    Objective: Participants are encouraged during this period to visit stalls which

    present current CARMEN projects and projects from various institutions.

    Stallholders include:

    1. Canadian Society of Medievalists and Wilfrid Laurier University Jim

    Weldon

    2. Ménestrel (Médiévistes sur le Net: Sources, Travaux et Références en

    Ligne) Hanno Wijsman

    3. ARC Network for Early European Research Anne Scott

    4. Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Trinity College Dublin

    Sarah Alyn Stacey

    5. CARMEN Project: “Rethinking Truth and Knowledge” and Centre for

    Viking Studies, Aarhus Martin Wangsgaard-Jürgensen and Mette

    Bruun

    6. Project: “Saint Martin” – Bruno Judic

    7. Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto John Magee

    8. Project: “Thessalonique ville-port” – Elisabeth Malamut

    9. Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Research (MEMO), Swansea

    University Dan Power

    10. Centre for Medieval Studies, Hull University Adrian Tudor and Lesley

    Coote

    11. Project: “Citizenship as a Historical Heritage” – Dick de Boer

    11:00 11:30 Room: Main entrance to the building, adjacent to the Salle Crozet

     Tea and coffee break

11:30 European Science Foundation

     Prof. Dick de Boer (Academic Director of CARMEN and Onderzoekschool

    Mediëvistiek / Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

     Lessons from submitting a proposal under the EUROCORES rubric of the ESF

12:00 Room: Rear Garden (weather permitting)

     Buffet lunch

Saturday, 20 September 2008 afternoon

13:00 Planning Meetings of CARMEN Research Lines or Related Groups, Session 1

    Group: Medieval Manuscript Research and the Semantic Web

    CARMEN Contact: Toby Burrows (ARC Network for Early European

     Research) - tburrows@library.uwa.edu.au

    Room: Basement Seminar Room

    Group: Rethinking Truth and Knowledge in European

     Culture

    CARMEN Contact: Nils Holger Petersen (København) nhp@teol.ku.dk

    Room: First Floor Seminar Room

    Group: Advocacy Group for Medieval Studies

    CARMEN Contact: Robert Bjork (Arizona) - robert.bjork@asu.edu

    Room: Library Reading Room / Bibliothèque Salle de Lecture (on

    First Floor)

    15:00 Room: Main entrance to the building, adjacent to the Salle Crozet

     Tea and coffee break

15:30 17:30 Planning Meetings of CARMEN Research Lines or Related Groups, Session 2

    Group: Medieval People

    CARMEN Contact: Toby Burrows (ARC Network for Early European

    Research) - tburrows@library.uwa.edu.au

    Room: Basement Seminar Room

    Group: Medieval Urban Literacy

    CARMEN Contact: Marco Mostert (Utrecht) marco.mostert@let.uu.nl

    Room: First Floor Seminar Room

    Group: Medieval Graduate School

    CARMEN Contact: Wim Verbaal (Gent) - wim.verbaal@UGent.be

    Room: Library Reading Room / Bibliothèque Salle de Lecture (on

    First Floor)

    Group: Citizenship as a Historical Heritage

    CARMEN Contacts: Dick de Boer d.e.h.de.boer@rug.nl

    Room: Salle Crozet

Saturday, 20 September 2008 evening

    18:00 Room: Rear garden (weather permitting) or Salle Crozet and Entrance Hall

     Wine Reception

    20:00 Restaurant Cappucino, 5, rue de l'Université.

     Evening meal

     Proposed menu @ ?20 per person

Sunday, 21 September 2008 - morning

09:00 Please note that we relocate today to the Conference Room at Le Grand Hotel (28 rue

    Carnot, Poitiers). This hotel is conveniently close to the town centre and the train

    station.

    Business Meeting

    Chair: Dr Mette B. Bruun (General Secretary of CARMEN, and Center for Studiet

    af Kulturarven fra Middelalderens Ritualer, det Teologiske Fakultet, Københavns

    Universitet)

    Objectives:

    (i) to report on progress made with resolutions agreed at the Prato annual

    meeting (2007)

    (ii) to make recommendations to the full assembly and seek their approval or

    otherwise

10:00 Tea and coffee break

10:30 Report-Backs from CARMEN Research Lines

    Chair: Prof. Dick de Boer (Academic Director of CARMEN and Onderzoekschool

    Mediëvistiek / Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

    Objective: for each research line or activity represented at Poitiers to give (within

    a strict maximum of 5 minutes) a brief oral report of their activities in the

    past year and their concrete plans for the coming 12 months.

    11:30 Thanks and Close

    11:45 Departures

12:00 onwards Own lunch arrangements followed by an optional guided tour of Poitiers,

    kindly led by local expert, Stephen Morrison (14:00-15:00)

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