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XXXIV SEMINARIO SOBRE HISTORIA DEL MONACATO. Conflicto y violencia en los monasterios hispanos

€ 75.00
Duration: 4 días
Location: Aguilar de Campoo (Palencia)
Start date: 27/Jul/2020
Ending date: 30/Jul/2020
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Conflicto y violencia en los monasterios hispanos medievales
Description

Los monasterios medievales, previstos para ser lugares de oración y trabajo, estaban constituidos por comunidades de hombres o de mujeres, que ingresaban en el claustro con los rasgos particulares de su carácter y eran también células significativas del cuerpo social en el que estaban insertos. En función de las dos circunstancias, ni todas las familias monásticas fueron capaces de preservar la paz dentro de los muros monásticos ni mucho menos pudieron aislarse de las situaciones de conflicto creadas fuera de aquéllos. Esa doble dimensión, de conflicto y violencia, internos y externos en que se vieron implicados los monasterios hispanos medievales constituye el hilo conductor del Seminario. Y lo hace en una cronología que va del siglo VII al XIV. En un espacio que, salvo la pertinente referencia a los comportamientos monásticos en el área bizantina y otra al poco conocido mundo andalusí, se centra en el área hispanocristiana. Y con una temática que comprende tanto distintas variedades de conflicto (en el seno de la comunidad, entre versiones distintas del rito o de la regla monástica, de los monjes contra la autoridad política) como diferentes expresiones materiales en que el conflicto se manifestó históricamente. Unas veces lo hizo en los espacios interiores del propio complejo monástico, otras en los exteriores, que, en ocasiones, llegaron a fortificarse, y, por fin, otras en imágenes y creaciones artísticas en que tales conflictos llegaron a traducirse en algunos momentos.

 

Consulta AQUÍ el programa completo del Seminario

 

DIRECTORES:

José Ángel García de Cortázar y Ramón Teja (Catedráticos de la Universidad de Cantabria)

 

PROGRAMA

Lunes, 27 de julio  

09.00 h.: Entrega de material a los asistentes en la Capilla del Abad

10.00 h.: Presentación e inauguración del seminario

10.30 h.: Pablo de la Cruz Díaz Martínez (Universidad de Salamanca) Violencia en el monasterio, violencia contra el monasterio. Conflictividad en el monacato hispano del siglo VII

11.30 h.: Descanso

12.00 h.: Giorgio Vespignani (Universidad de Bolonia) Enfrentamientos entre monasterios y emperadores de Bizancio e intentos fracasados de unificación con Roma

13.00 h.: Coloquio   16.30 h.: Fernando Valdés Fernández (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Monasterios y zawiyas en al-Andalus: de las fuentes documentales a la realidad material

17.30 h.: Coloquio

18.30 h.: Visita guiada al monasterio premostratense de Santa María la Real y al centro expositivo Rom: Románico y Territorio  

 

Martes, 28 de julio  

Excursión: monasterio de San Pedro de las Dueñas y Sahagún (monasterio de San Facundo y Primitivo, iglesia de San Tirso y convento de La Peregrina)  

 

Miércoles, 29 de julio  

10.00 h.: Carlos Manuel Reglero de la Fuente (Universidad de Valladolid) Identidad y conflicto en los monasterios en el cambio del rito hispano al romano

11.00 h.: Descanso 11.30 h.: Javier Martínez de Aguirre (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) “Pax vobiscum”? Imágenes para el combate y espacios para la discordia en monasterios hispanos de los siglos XI a XIII

12.30 h.: Coloquio

16.30 h.: Miguel Sobrino González (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) La defensa frente a la violencia exterior. Los monasterios fortificados

17.30 h.: Coloquio

20.30 h.: Concierto en la iglesia del monasterio  

 

Jueves, 30 de julio  

10.00 h.: Luis Javier Fortún Pérez de Ciriza (Archivo del Parlamento de Navarra) El conflicto en la interpretación del benedictismo: cluniacenses versus cistercienses y su repercusión en España

11.00 h.: Diana Lucía Gómez-Chacón (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) La dimensión artística del conflicto entre conventuales y observantes en monasterios hispanos de la Baja Edad Media

12.00 h.: Coloquio

12.30 h.: Clausura y entrega de certificaciones a los asistentes    

 

LUGAR DE CELEBRACIÓN

Las sesiones tendrán lugar en el antiguo refectorio del monasterio románico de Santa María la Real.    

 

INSCRIPCIONES Y MATRÍCULA  

  • Matrícula ordinaria: 185 €
  • Matrícula reducida: 155 € (Amigos del Patrimonio, Amigos del Románico, asistentes a la edición de 2019 y a los matriculados en otros cursos de la Fundación Santa María la Real en 2020)
  • Matrícula especial: 75 € (estudiantes menores de 27 años)  

Los alumnos que opten por la matrícula reducida o especial deberán presentar copia de un documento acreditativo de su situación: carnet de estudiante o fotocopia de la matrícula académica (acompañado del DNI) o carnet de alguna de las asociaciones arriba mencionadas. Los asistentes a la edición de 2019 quedan exentos de este trámite.

¿Quieres hacerte Amigo del Patrimonio? Súmate a nuestra red desde AQUÍ o ponte en contacto en el teléfono 983 219 700 o por correo electrónico, escribiendo a amigos@santamarialareal.org.

El precio de la matrícula incluye el material didáctico, la excursión (comida incluida) y las actas publicadas.

 

Plazo de inscripción:  

El plazo de inscripción estará abierto hasta el 15 de julio o hasta que se complete el aforo permitido en la sala. Estas plazas se irán cubriendo según la fecha de ingreso de las tasas de matrícula.  

  • A aquellos alumnos que por propia voluntad anulen su matrícula con posterioridad al 15 de julio sólo se les devolverá el 50% del importe.

 

Diploma de asistencia

Al finalizar el curso se entregará a los alumnos un diploma de asistencia expedido por el Rector de la Universidad de Cantabria. Para su obtención es imprescindible que los alumnos acrediten su participación en, al menos, el 80% de las horas lectivas del curso.  

 

Créditos para estudiantes de Grado de la UC

Con carácter general, los cursos de verano organizados por la UC son objeto de reconocimiento en créditos ECTS para los estudiantes de Grado con cargo a actividades de carácter cultural. Por este seminario se aplicará un reconocimiento de 1 crédito.  

 

Reconocimiento de la Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León  

Este curso será reconocido como formación permanente del profesorado por la Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León a profesores de niveles anteriores a la Universidad que ejercen en esta Comunidad Autónoma. Será imprescindible la aportación de un correo personal de @educa.jcyl.es, así como acreditar la asistencia al 80% de las horas lectivas del curso.    

 

INFORMACIÓN Y ENVÍO DE INSCRIPCIONES:  

Secretaría de cursos y seminarios

Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico

Avda. Ronda, 1 – 3 34800-Aguilar de Campoo (Palencia)  

Tel. 979 125 000  

Fax: 979 12 56 80 (De lunes a viernes: 08.00 h. a 15.00 h)  

Correo electrónico: plhuerta@santamarialareal.org   

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