Martial experts. Fencers, gunners, arbalesters as masters in Swiss towns

Jaquet, Daniel (7 July 2020). Martial experts. Fencers, gunners, arbalesters as masters in Swiss towns (Unpublished). In: International Medieval Congress. University of Leeds. 6-9 July 2020.

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Our research project (2018-22) considers towns as producers, organisers, and brokers of martial culture within the rapidly changing political world of late medieval Europe. It examines how towns transformed and were transformed by military techniques and urban ‘marti¬al culture.’ The latter developed at the intersection of legal prerogatives, political requirements, and the evolving ownership and use of weapons. It integrates a number of historiographical approaches that are usually explored separately: ur¬ban institutional, social, and political history; military history; arms and armour; urban martial competitions; knowledge production and dissemination; fighting expertise, and the transformation of the urban space itself.
Paper A : Martial Experts. Fencers, Gunners, and Arbalesters as Masters in Swiss Towns.
Paper B : Aspects of Urban Military Organisation in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. The Case of Freiburg i. Ue. (ca. 1440-1500)
Paper C : The Spaces of Martial Culture in Late Medieval Towns

Item Type:

Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)

Division/Institute:

06 Faculty of Humanities > Department of History and Archaeology > Institute of History > Medieval History

UniBE Contributor:

Jaquet, Daniel Norbert

Subjects:

900 History > 940 History of Europe

Language:

English

Submitter:

Daniel Norbert Jaquet

Date Deposited:

09 Jul 2020 07:49

Last Modified:

09 Jul 2020 07:49

Additional Information:

The congress was cancelled due to the covid-19 situation.

Uncontrolled Keywords:

Fencers, gunners, arbalesters, martial culture, military history, urban history, fight books, shooting

BORIS DOI:

10.7892/boris.145074

URI:

https://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/145074

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