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Juliette Bourdier, Medievalist

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The Animated Tapestry of Bayeux

La Tapisserie de Bayeux, or in Old French / Anglo-Norman: "La telle du conquest", is an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres (230 ft) long and 50 centimetres (20 in) wide, 350 kilos (700 pounds) which depicts the events leading up... Continue Reading →

Uses of Rare Books in the Classroom

Integration of Rare Books in the classroom... Dr Juliette Bourdier integrated the study of the rare printings of Le Roman de la Rose (1527) et le Chevalier Bayard (1525) in her course on Freedom of speech...

An app for transcribing manuscripts… ideal for learners

Medieval Handwriting transcription This app won't help you to transcribe your special manuscript... it will, however help you to learn the deciphering by the example. Medieval Handwriting teaches users the skills necessary to transcribe rare documents that were written by... Continue Reading →

Troubadours, le MOOC

Take an online course on "Les troubadours", in French... of course Partez à la découverte d'Aliénor d'Aquitaine et des poètes chanteurs qui gravitèrent autour d'elle. Consacré à la littérature et culture occitane au Moyen Âge, "Les chansons des troubadours" est... Continue Reading →

Protean Identities Facing Alterity – FA2014

Hello Students at the College of Charleston This is the summary syllabus of my French Medieval and Renaissance Literature course for Fall 2014 Come join us!     Juliette Bourdier French 431 College of Charleston, FA 2014      

Idole, Grand Amour et quête identitaire

Hello étudiants, Voici un aperçu du syllabus du cours French 314 pour Fall 2014 au College of Charleston      

Diplôme européen d’études médiévales ‘(DEEM)

Dans le cadre du Programme Interuniversitaire de Coopération « ERASMUS + », un Diplôme d’études médiévales, intitulé Diplôme européen d’étude des sources latines écrites du moyen âge a été créé. Plus de vingt universités européennes et extraeuropéennes y participent. La... Continue Reading →

What’s the point of studying medieval literature?

Professor Thorlac Turville-Petre discusses his study of literature from the Middle Ages. University of Nottingham. TURVILLE-PETRE, T, 2010. The Gawain Poet: Places of the Imagination. In: TREHARNE, E and WALKER, G, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Medieval English Literature Oxford... Continue Reading →

Qui est qui ? Guillaume d’Orange et les objets

Granger, gauche Guillaume habillé en marchand conquiert Nîmes. Centre : le mariage. Droite : Guillaume tue le géant Isoré. Illuminations du XIIIe. manuscripts of the 'Chanson de Guillaume d'Orange. Nous allons étudier - Le contournement de Louis - Le charroi... Continue Reading →

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