Middle Ages

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«Communautés d’installés».

Pour une histoire de l’appartenance médiévale au village ou à la ville.

Joseph Morsel | 11.11.2014

This paper aims to give account of a specific transformation that the medieval society underwent: the formation of what will be called here “communities of installed people”. The expression refers to the progressive establishment in Western Europe, from the 11th and 12th centuries onward, of forms of social belonging that define a collective identity based on a certain relationship to space and time. This installation leads to an “exoregulated” set of inhabiting, producing and moving practices inside a polarized [...]

La ville au Moyen Âge et à l’époque moderne.

Du lieu réticulaire au lieu territorial.

Hélène Noizet | 07.10.2014

The observations that are currently made by geographers about the end of the city and the recent predominance of the urban issue, basically non territorial, echo the studies in the history and archaeology that focus on the Early Middle Ages. These reflexions, often unconsciously shared, give a firm historical and geographical basis to the concept of city. Functioning at the beginning of the Middle Ages as a networking place, the city became a territorial place from the 14th century [...]