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Colloque jeux Spolete avril 2017

Messagepar SYLVESTRE - ARTAUD » lun. 29 août 2016 16:21

Le CISAM (Centro Italiano di Studi sull'Alto Medioevo, http://www.cisam.org/) organise une semaine de colloque sur les jeux durant le Haut Moyen-Age, à Spolete, en Italie, du 20 au 26 avril 2017.

"Play and Games in Early Medieval Society and Culture"

37 communications sont d'ores et déjà prévues, majoritairement en italien. Le détail est dans le programme joint en pdf.

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The CISAM (Centro Italiano di Studi sull'Alto Medioevo, http://www.cisam.org/) is organizing a symposium on games during the High Middle Ages in Spoleto, Italy, from 20 to 26 April 2017 .

"Play and Games in Early Medieval Society and Culture"

37 communications are already planned, mostly in Italian. Details are in the attached program in pdf.


LXV Week of Studies

Play and Games in Early Medieval Society and Culture
(Spoleto, 20-26 April 2017)


Organizing Committee: Stella (P), Arslan, Carile, Grossi, Mastrelli, Montanari

«Civilization has arisen out of play by some evolutionary process, in the sense that something
which was originally play passed into something which was no longer play and could henceforth be
called culture. [...] Social life is endued with supra-biological forms, in the shape of play, which
enhance its value. It is through this playing that society expresses its interpretation of life and the
world. By this we do not mean that play turns into culture, rather that in its earliest phases culture
has the play.character, that it proceeds in the shape and the mood of play.» 70 years after the
publication of the Italian edition of Homo ludens by Johan Huizinga, with his vision of western
civilization sub specie ludi, the subject of the game as mirror of the functioning of a society is is
once again the object of study, including research on the Middle Ages, as witnessed, inter alia, by
the long series of recent monographs or international collected works of games studies on sports,
entertainments and pastimes in the Middle Ages, as well as by the Italian journal Ludica and the
initiatives of the Venice research group. The presence of playful forms in specific societies and
cultures of the Early Middle Ages - and, therefore, in its historical, literary, artistic and
archaeological forms - has remained, however, an almost uncharted territory and the attempt to fill
this gap is for CISAM an important opportunity of historiographical innovation and intellectual
exploration. For this reason the Scientific Board of the Foundation has decided to devote the LXV
Week of Studies (2017) to research on this subject in its different meanings, which reflect the scope
of Huizinga's book, adjusting it to the tradition and to the chronological framework typical of
CISAM: definition of the cultural categories relating to play; history of the transmission of play
from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages; analysis of the social functions of play and the rules and
regulations referable to it, including the reading of liturgical or procedural rites as playful
mechanisms; explorations of archaeological evidence and of historical-artistic and numismatic
representations (focusing in particular on the diffusion of dice and chess); the public display and
political function of ludi in urban or war contexts and the analysis of hunting as a society game; the
use of playful systems in the teaching of the different European and extra-European areas; the
mechanisms and effects of literature; the terminology of play in the early medieval languages. The
hope of the proposed program is that this meeting should become an occasion for important
acquisitions and a relaunching of research into the dynamics of play, representing a fundamental
anthropological connection between early medieval society and modern society, one that has been
relatively ignored till now.

1. Opening address: Gherardo Ortalli (Univ. di Venezia): «Homo ludens» 70 anni dopo. Il
gioco come elemento della cultura medievale.

Game as cultural category
2. François Bougard (Paris-IRHT), Le jeux de l’antiquité tardive au Moyen Age
3. Michael Borgolte (Berlin-HU, Das Spiel als interculturelles Phenomenon.
4. Martha Bayless(Univ. of Oregon), Aesthetics of the comic forms.

Places and representations of the game
5. Carlo Carletti (Univ. di Bari), Giochi di parole nelle iscrizioni
6. Lucinia Speciale (Univ. del Salento), Scacchi e altri passatempi altomedievali (oggetti di
gioco e testimonianze nelle miniature)
7. Alessandra Guiglia (Univ. “Sapienza” di Roma), Giochi e spettacoli in mosaici, affreschi e
capitelli
8. Donatella Nuzzo (Univ. di Bari), Spazi e strumenti dei giochi nei ritrovamenti archeologici
9. Peter F. Mittag (Univ. Köln), Representation of games in coins and medallions

Function and rules of the games
10. Alessandra Rizzi (Univ. di Venezia), Le normative sul gioco nei secoli V-XI
11. Enrico Artifoni (Univ. di Torino), Gli ordini sociali del gioco
12. Bruno Dumézil (Univ. Paris Ouest-Nanterre), Les jeux de société (Ve-Xe siècle)
13. Claudio Azzara (Univ di Salerno), Barbarus Ludens
14. Stefan Esders (Berlin-FU), Play and games in canon law and the trial as competitive ritual
15. Anna Contadini (Univ. of London-SOAS), Games in early medieval Islamic societies
16. Viktor Keats (Oxford), Games in the early medieval Hebraic culture
Play in the religious universe
17. Jörg Sonntag (Univ Dresden), Religiosus ludens
18. Rainer Buland (Univ Mozarteum, Salzburg), Mönche und Spiel. Ioca monacorum
19. Giuseppe Cremascoli (CISAM), Deus ludit in humanis
20. Leonardo Lugaresi (Bologna), Teologia del gioco: dadi e giochi nello pseudo-Cipriano e
nei Padri della Chiesa

Games and entertainments at Court, in the countryside and in the city
21. Duccio Balestracci (Univ. di Siena), La guerra come gioco
22. Giorgio Vespignani (Univ. di Bologna), Ludi pubblici nell’Oriente bizantino
23. Richard Almond (Stanford Univ.), Early Medieval Hunting: Evidences in Laws, Literature,
and Art
24. Ursula Schulze (Berlin-FU), Spiele am frühmittelalterlichen Hof
25. Antonio Carile (CISAM), Giochi e intrattenimenti nella corte bizantina
26. Serina Patterson (Univ. of British Columbia), Games and Gaming in Medieval England
Play as an educational method
27. Raffaella Franci (Univ. di Siena), Giochi matematici alla corte di Carlo
28. Máire Ní Mhaonaigh (Univ. of Cambridge), Games and play as didactic method in early
medieval Irish schools
29. Michael Lapidge (Univ. of Cambridge), Giochi e indovinelli nell’istruzione anglo-sassone
30. Simone Beta (Univ. di Siena), Indovinelli a Bisanzio
31. Paolo Garbini (“Sapienza” Univ. di Roma), Indovinelli scolastici ed enigmi narrativi
nell’alto medioevo latino

Literary games
32. Jan-Dirk Müller (Univ. München), Parody and Play in Early Medieval Texts
33. Christiane Veyrard-Cosme (Univ. Paris-Sorbonne Nouvelle), Jeux poétiques à la cour
carolingienne
34. Wim Verbaal (Univ. Ghent), Puns in Early Medieval Latin Literature
35. Gianfranco Agosti (“Sapienza” Univ. di Roma), Giochi letterari a Bisanzio

The lexicon of games
36. Antonio De Prisco (Univ. di Verona), Il lessico latino dei giochi Pär Larsson (CNR
Firenze), Itinerari dei termini ludici fra latino e lingue romanze
37. Simona Leonardi (Univ. di Napoli “Federico II”), Il lessico germanico del gioco

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