From Occitania to Catalonia. Catharism: the Current State of Research
Gascón Chopo, Carles
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This article offers a historiographical analysis of the question of Catharism in medieval Europe, taking as its starting point a proposal structured around two clearly differentiated parts, which respectively focus on an overview of Catharism as a field of study and the perception of its impact in the area of Catalonia. Beyond the potential interest in examining the overall contextualisation prior to presenting a study of a more specific geographical case, the reason for adopting this dual approach lies in the limited interaction that there has historically been between the different discourses put forward on this subject, depending on whether they originated on one side of the Pyrenees or the other, each case being based on very specific interests, concerns and perspectives.
Is part ofImago temporis: medium Aevum, 2020, núm. 14, p. 103-131
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