Acta Periodica Duellatorum (vol. 4, issue 2)
HEMA studies at the International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July 2016 - conference proceedingsDaniel Jaquet (Hrsg.)
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Table of Contents
Epistemological Reflections on the Mediality of Historical Records of Technique and the Status of Modern (Re-)Constructions (Eric Burkart), p.7
A Look Behind the Scenes: Danish Renaissance Martial Arts during the Reign of Christian IV (Claus Frederik Sorensen), p.33
Your Kung Fu is very good, Master Fiore! Asian and European fight books in comparison (Sixt Wetzler), p.51
Prologues, Poetry, Prose and Portrayals: The Purposes of Fifteenth Century Fight Books According to the Diplomatic Evidence (Jacob Henry Deacon), p.73
The Future of Historical European Martial Arts Studies. A discussion (Daniel Jaquet), p.95
Economising Early Prints on Fight Books by Multiple Using Movable Half Page Woodcuts. (Dr. Matthias Johannes Bauer), p.03
Daniel Jaquet and Nicolas Baptiste (eds), Expérimenter le maniement des armes à la fin du Moyen Age/Experimente zur Waffenhandhabung im Spätmittelalter (Itinera 39) (Charlélie Berthaut), p.119
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.
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