This event is an academic conference (19-20 April), followed by Historical European Martial Arts workshops (21-22 April). Original arms and armours display offered by Roberto Gotti (Museum of Martial Arts, Brescia, IT).
Who is Pietro del Monte?
What are the topics of the conference?
What are Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA)?
Call for papers (issued 01 September 2017): English version, version française
Deadline for proposal 30 October 2017
Draft Program available in January 2018
Registration opens January 2018 and closes end of March 2018
Cfp in English and in French
Confirmed speaker list forthcoming (January), with a draft program
International HEMA researchers will offer workshops interpreting the Fight Book of Pietro Monte, Saturday 21 and Sunday 22. The following fighting systems will be addressed: wrestling, sword in two hands, single sword, hafted weapons, javelin, and fighting on horseback.
The workshops are intended for HEMA practitioners upon registration (resulting costs). Special introduction will be offered to conference attendees or non-practitioners willing to follow the workshops.
The HEMA event is organised by Lucas Guyot [email] and supported by the French Federation for Historical European Martial Arts (FFAMHE) and the Society for Historical European Martial Arts Studies (SHEMAS).
Program available in November, registration in December.
The conference is organised by Daniel Jaquet, the HEMA event by Lucas Guyot
The conference is supported by the University of Tours (CESR), the European Institute for the History and Culture of Food (IEHCA), and the Society for Historical European Martial Arts Studies (SHEMAS)
The Scientific Committee of the conference is composed of Prof. Pascal Brioist, and Dr. Daniel Jaquet.
The HEMA event is supported by the French Federation for Historical European Martial Arts (FFAMHE), and the Society for Historical European Martial Arts Studies (SHEMAS)
The arms and armour display is offered by Roberto Gotti (Museum of Martial Arts, Brescia).