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Des écoles de l'Orléanais à l'université d'Orléans (10e début 14e siècle), tomes 1-4

Abstract : This thesis intends to be a history of teaching in the wider acceptance of the term (contents and pedagogical methods, institutions and staffs concerned) within a relatively broad chronological framework (four centuries) but in a restricted geographical space (the old diocese of Orléans). The first part deals through a study of the intellectual products with human examples, to reconstruct the teaching of the schools inherited from the Carolingian renaissance, the monastic schools of fleury (st-benoit-sur-loire) and micysaint-mesmin (10th-11th centuries) and the urban schools of Orléans, and eventually meung-sur-loire (11th-13th centuries). The second part, after a survey of the products of the Loire’s called in the field of ars dictaminis (art of writing letters), tries to picture the vision of the society, especially of the world of the schools, which was that of the masters of this discipline in the 12th and 13th centuries. The third part, centered upon the institutions, describes the evolution which leads from the schools, (in the precise sense), of the 12th and 13th centuries, to the institutionalization of the university, confirmed by pope clement 5's bulls of the 27th of January 1306 and its final acceptance after a protected crisis in 1320. A large biographical appendix, devoted to the alumi of the legal stadium.
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Charles Vulliez. Des écoles de l'Orléanais à l'université d'Orléans (10e début 14e siècle), tomes 1-4. Histoire. Université Paris Nanterre, 1994. Français. ⟨tel-02495940⟩



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