Welcome to H-HRE, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online. H-HRE is an online community dedicated to research and teaching on the history of the Holy Roman Empire. We welcome discussion and debate on historical issues that concern both the empire's entire life span, from the coronation of Otto I in 962 to the dissolution of the empire in 1806, and the empire's entire territory, from the North Sea to the Mediterranean. We encourage all forms of historical inquiry--political, religious, gender, military, cultural, social, diplomatic, interdisciplinary studies, and more--that enhance our understanding of the Holy Roman Empire.
Dear Listmembers (and please circulate as you see fit),
Please find below the Call for Papers for the two SMFS-sponsored sessions at the Leeds Medieval Congress, July 4-7, 2016 (theme: Feast, Fast and Famine).
Thanks and best wishes,
Digesting Bynum: (Re)Theorizing the Medieval Feast and Fast in the Twenty-First Century
Beyond Exceptionalism Conference
18-19 September 2015 at The Ohio State University, Mansfield campus
Fri., Sept. 18th: Miriam Shadis (Ohio University) -- “Unexceptional women: Auctoritas, Potestas, and Queenship in Early Portugal”
Sat., Sept. 19th: Theresa Earenfight (Seattle University), “Standpoint Epistemology and the Problem of the Exceptional Medieval Queens”
The following H-Net Review crossposted from H-Soz-Kult may be of interest to H-HRE members.
Griemert, André: Jüdische Klagen gegen Reichsadelige. Prozesse am
Reichshofrat in den Herrschaftsjahren Rudolfs II. und Franz I. Stephans
(= Bibliothek Altes Reich 16). München: de Gruyter Oldenbourg 2015. ISBN
978-3-11-035267-2; 517 S.; EUR 79,95.