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The Memory of the Bishop in Medieval Cathedrals

Ceremonies and Visualizations

Edited By Gerardo Boto Varela, Isabel Escandell and Esther Lozano Lopez

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Kérim BERCLAZ is a Ph.D. student in medieval history at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland). His principal researches focus on pilgrimage sanctuaries, circulations in ecclesial space, liturgy, cult of the saints and strategies regarding posthumous memory. He shows a specific interest to the linkage between architecture, liturgical practices and devotional behaviors.       His PhD these, in progress, is entitled Religious life, liturgical organisation and devotional practices in and around Lausanne cathedral (XIIIth-XVth c.). He published several papers about this subject and is author of a book about bishops’ memory and their last wills (2017).

Gerardo BOTO VARELA is professor of Medieval Art at the Universitat de Girona (Spain), leader of the international research group TEMPLA, and scientific editor of the journal Codex Aquilarensis. Revista de Arte Medieval. His research focuses on spatial, pictorial and liturgical aspects of Spanish architecture from the tenth to thirteenth centuries, as well as on dynastic tombs and memorial culture in Medieval Iberia. He is a member of the Catalan Liturgical Studies Society and a member of the scientific board of Campus Condorcet-Campus of Arts and Humanities in the Paris Region.

María Concepción COSMEN ALONSO is Professor of History of Art at the University of León (Spain). She is a member of the Consolidated Research Unit (UIC 220) of the Castile and León Board and also of the Medieval Studies Institute at the University of León. She is also a full member of the Research...

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