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Open Access Signes du corps, corps du récit: les traces corporelles dans le Roman de Tristan de Béroul

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Au Moyen Âge le corps fait l’objet d’une tension dialectique. Bien loin d’être repoussé au nom d’une vision strictement ascétique qui vise un dépassement de la vie terrestre et de tous les traits matériels que celle-ci comporte (comme le veulent certaines idées reçues qui marquent notre imaginaire de cette époque), le corps se caractérise pour l’homme médiéval comme un signe concret de la perception dichotomique qu’il a de son existence. Dans son étude sur les gestes, Jean-Claude Schmitt a bien souligné que, quoique réfréné par la morale ou les règles sociales, le corps n’est jamais complètement refoulé.

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2016

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  • Until a short time ago, in German speaking countries there has neither been a periodical dealing primarly with interdisciplinary research of the Middle Ages, nor has there been a forum for regular publications in other languages. Wishing to close this gap, the journal «Mediaevistik» therefore pursues two aims: 1. To publish research methods and results which deal with studies within the different categories of the Middle Ages as a subject, and 2. to offer a forum for studies in all other important European languages and thus stressing and furthering the internationality of this particular field of research. The time frame is approx. the 8th to the 16th century, corresponding with the geographical boundaries of Latin Christianity in the High Middle Ages.

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