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The Seventh Korean-Japanese Symposium on Medieval History of Europe

May 1, 2010 ? May 2, 2010

Seoul, Korea

 

Deviations and Alienations of Marginalized

People in Medieval European Communities

 

Date: Saturday, May 1, 2010 - Sunday, May 2, 2010
Place: Korea University, the 6th Seminar Room of Inchon Memorial Hall

 

 Arrival Day:  Friday, April 30, 2010

18:30 Reception Dinner at Holiday Inn Seongbuk, Seoul

     Presider: Pil-Eun Lee

         Welcome Address : Eun-Koo PARK

(5th President of Korean Society for Western Medieval History)

         Reply: Atsushi KAWAHARA

          (Message from Shoichi SATO, President of Japan Society for Medieval European Studies)           

         Introduction

 Japanese Scholars: Atsushi KAWAHARA

             Korean Scholars: Chun-Chul CHANG


1st day : Saturday, May 1, 2010

Morning Session: 9:00-12:00

09:00Opening Address: Chun-Chul CHANG

(7th President of Korean Society for Western Medieval History)


Joint Presiders : Tetsuyuki SEKI  & Joon-Chul PARK

09:10 Masao HISAKI: The Spanish Jews and Converts in Late Medieval Thought: Statutes of Purity of Blood and the Tract of Juan de Torquemada

09:30  Discussion

09:50  Break


10:00 Young-Keon SEO: The Background for Instituting the Pure Blood Laws and Conversos in the Late Medieval Spain

10:20  Discussion

10:50  Break


  Joint Presiders: Takashi AIZAWA & Joon-Chul PARK

11:00 Masayuki FURUKAWA: Purge or Remove: Persecutions for Jews in the Late Medieval Germany

11:20  Discussion


12:00 Luncheon


Afternoon Session:13:30-17:30

  Joint Presiders: Hee?Man LEE & Tadaaki KANZAKI

13:30 Hye-Min LEE: Le blaspheme comme déviance verbale au Moyen-Age: bilan et perspectives

13:50  Discussion

14:20  Break


14:30 Shunichi AKASAKA: What Was Cross Dressing in the Middle Ages?

14:50  Discussion

15:20  Break


Joint Presiders: Eun-Koo PARK & Shunichi IKEGAMI

15:30 Jae?Hyun KIM: Witchcraft and Women in Medieval Christianity

15:50  Discussion

16:20  Break


16:30 Masatake KUROKAWA: Witches and Imagination in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Europe

16:50  Discussion


 18:00 Dinner



2nd day : Sunday, May 2, 2010

Morning Session: 9:00-12:50

   Joint Presiders: Chong-Kyung LEE & Yukio ARAI

9:00 Hyun-Ran KIM: Ambivalent Attitudes toward Women in Late Medieval Europe: Misogyny and the Cult of Women

9:20  Discussion

9:50  Break


10:00 Sono MORISHITA: Religious Women in Medieval East Anglia- Not isolated, but marginalized

    10:20  Discussion

10:50  Break


Joint Presiders: Kyung-Koo Lee & Il-Hyu KANG

11:00 Yong-Ku CHA: Hildegund von Schönau-? Eine Mittelalterliche Transgender -Eine historisch- psychologische Analyse-

11:20  Discussion


11: 50 Yong-Jin PARK: The Lower Class in the urban revolts in the Late Middle Ages

12:10  Discussion

    12:30  Break


12:40   Closing Address: Atsushi KAWAHARA

(Representative of the Japanese Committee for the Seventh Korean-Japanese Symposium on Medieval History of Europe in Japan Society for Medieval European Studies)


13:00  Luncheon

14:00  Seoul City Tour

18:30  Farewell Dinner