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Dominicans and the Liturgy in Medieval Paris/ Les dominicains et la liturgie dans le Paris médiéval

April 5, 2019
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
4, rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris

Event cosponsored by the Institute for Ideas and Imagination

After arriving in Paris in the early 13th century, Dominican friars became embedded in Parisian intellectual, cultural, and religious life. At the Priory of Saint-Jacques, in the midst of their study and prayer, the Dominicans were at the forefront of Parisian developments in theology, liturgy, and manuscript production. In this international conference, scholars from several disciplines will consider the development of Dominican liturgical practice in medieval Paris, exploring the Dominican liturgy, its manuscripts, and its connections to theology, architecture, book history, and related areas.

Speakers: Eleanor Giraud, Dominic Jurczak, Innocent Smith, Robert Mehlhart, Marc Millais, Julia Schneider, and Panayota Volti

Program:

9:30-10:10: Eleanor Giraud (University of Limerick)
Dominican exemplars and the production of chant books in thirteenth-century Paris

10:15-10:55: Dominik Jurczak, op (Pontificio Istituto Liturgico, Rome)
Evangelistarium: The Concept, Its Structure and Function in the Liturgy of the Order of Preachers

11:00-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-11:55: Innocent Smith, op (Universität Regensburg)
Bible Missals and the Celebration of the Dominican Liturgy

12:00-12:40: Robert Mehlhart, op (Hochschule für Musik und Theater München)
Melodic and Textual Adaptation in the O Lumen Ecclesiae

12:45-2:30: Pause

2:30-3:10: Marc Millais, op (Commissio Leonina, Paris)
Les Sermones et les Collationes de Thomas d'Aquin et la liturgie

3:15-3:55: Julia Schneider (University of Notre Dame)
Is this Mass Dominican Enough? Describing the Liturgy in Hugh of St. Cher’s Speculum ecclesiae and Albertus Magnus’ De mysterio
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4:00-4:15: Coffee break


4:15-4:55: Panayota Volti (Université Paris Nanterre)
Liturgie dominicaine, architecture conventuelle, espace urbain et social: interactions signifiantes dans Paris médiéval

For more information and to register, please write to Innocent Smith, op (innocent.smith@opeast.org)