Les universités françaises au Moyen Âge

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BRILL, 1995 - 255 pages
This volume includes nine studies both on the history of the University of Paris and on French universities in general during the Middle Ages, mainly from an institutional and social point of view. The first part is devoted to the XIIIth century, i.e. to the birth of the university, to its first institutions, to the growth of the earliest colleges and to the struggle between the scholars and external authorities, namely the Pope, the Bishop, the Chancellor and the King. The second part deals with the XVth century: the geographical recruitment of students, careers of teachers and the political role of the university during the last decades of the Hundred Years' War; it ends with a study on the reforms imposed upon French universities by the royal government after this War.
 

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Table des matières

Nova et vetera dans le vocabulaire des premiers
37
Jérôme de Moravie
53
Le chancelier et luniversité à Paris à la fin
68
Le recrutement géographique des universités
122
The University of Paris at the End of
168
Les universités françaises au xv siècle
228

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À propos de l'auteur (1995)

Jacques Verger, docteur es-lettres (University of Paris-Sorbonne, 1995), winner of the first prize of the Concours des Antiquites de France of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres of the Institut de France, is Maitre de conferences of Medieval History at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris; his publications deal mainly with the history of French Universities in the Middle Ages.

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