Acta Periodica Duellatorum

Acta Periodica Duellatorum

Volume 4, issue1 (Scholarly Volume), 2016

Daniel Jaquet (Hrsg.), Matyas Miskolczi (Hrsg.)


236 Seiten

ISBN-13: 978-0-0120-2573-4

Verlag: De Gruyter Open

Erscheinungsdatum: 08.04.2016

Sprache: Englisch

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Acta Periodica Duellatorum (APD) is an independent, international, and peer-reviewed journal dedicated to Historical European Martial Arts studies. This emerging field of research has strong interdisciplinary dimensions with notably History, Anthropology, Historical sciences, Art History, History of Science and Technology, Archaeology, Sport Sciences, etc.
APD was founded in 2013 and publishes two issues per year from 2016 on.
The Scholarly volume offers an academic level platform for fundamental research, position papers and methodological papers, with a double blind peer review process.
The Hands On volume offers a platform for pragmatic research, intended for the communities of practitioners, bridging the gap between experienced martial artists, independent researchers and scholars. APD is a non for profit association, based in Switzerland. It is supported by institutional grants, donators/partners and by its readers. The journal is published electronically (open-access) and printed for subscribed readers and institutions.

Volume 4, Issue 1 (Scholarly Volume) - table of content:
Investigation on the collation of the first Fight book (Leeds, Royal Armouries, Ms I.33) (Fanny Binard)
A Well Regulated Militia Political and Military Organisation in Pre-Napoleonic Switzerland (Dr. Jürg Gassmann) 
The French staff material from Johann Georg Pasch (Olivier Dupuis)
The use of the saber in the army of Napoleon (Bert Gevaert)
Income and working time of a Fencing Master in Bologna in the 15th and early 16th (Alessandro Battistini, Niki Corradetti)
Pole-weapons in the Sagas of Icelanders: a comparison of literary and archaeological sources (Jan H. Orkisz)
Two late flying prints informing on the artist involved in the Opera Nova of Achille Marozzo and on the date of an original (lost) edition? (Roberto Gotti, Daniel Jaquet)
Jeffrey L. Forgeng, The Art of Swordsmanship by Hans Lecküchner (Daniel Jaquet) 
Jaser, Christian and Israel, Uwe (ed.), Zweikämpfer. Fechtmeister – Kämpen – Samurai. [Duellists. Fencing masters - champions - Samurai]. (Ingo Petri)

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Daniel Jaquet

Daniel Jaquet (Hrsg.)

Daniel Jaquet is a medievalist, with a background in literary studies and interest in history of science and material culture in the early modern period. He received his P.hD. in history at the University of Geneva in 2013. He taught at the University of Geneva and Lausanne (2008-2015) and was a visiting scholar at the Centre pour l'Histoire des sciences et des techniques (University of Paris, Pantheon Sorbonne 1, 2011) and at Max Planck Institute for History of Science (Berlin, 2015-2016). He is the co-editor of Acta Periodica Duellatorum (open access, peer-reviewed Journal dedicated to Historical European Martial Arts). His dissertation investigate the praxes of armoured combat at the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance, in the light of the Fight Books. His teaching and research specialisations are history of warfare, duelling, ludic practices and knowledge transmission in pragmatical literature at the end of the Middle Age and the beginning of the Renaissance. His current research focus on Historical European Martial Arts studies, with specific interest in bodily knowledge transmission and experimentation.

Matyas Miskolczi

Matyas Miskolczi (Hrsg.)

Matyas Miskolczi
Acta Periodica Association, Switzerland.

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