Dahhaoui, Yann (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Visiting Academic)

  • Name/Nom: Dahhaoui
  • Vorname/Prénom: Yann
  • Titel/Fonction: Dr.
  • Universität/Université: Historisches Seminar, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Visiting Academic)
  • Email/Couriel: yann.dahhaoui@gmail.com
  • Adresse/Adresse: Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Historisches Seminar, Rosenstr. 9/Schlaunstr. 2, D – 48143 Münster.
  • Homepage/Site internet: https://uni-muenster.academia.edu/YannDahhaoui
  • Gewünschte Kooperationen/Coopérations souhaitées: Gastaufenthalte; Lehrkooperationen; Sommerakademien; Graduiertenkollegs; Tagungen; Gemeinsame Forschungsvorhaben; Gemeinsame Veröffentlichungen.
  • Forschungsinteressen/Centres d’intérêt scientifique: Geschichte des Wissens über das Mittelalter (16.-20. Jh.)/histoire des savoirs sur le Moyen Age (XVIe-XXe s.) ; Liturgische Bräuche/usages liturgiques ; Kinderbischöfe/évêques des Innocents ; Narrenfest/fête des fous ; Kirchengeschichte/histoire de l’Eglise ; Hagiographie/hagiographie.

Yann Dahhaoui

Yann Dahhaoui studied history and medieval French at the University of Lausanne. After writing a master's thesis on Simon of Genoa's Clavis sanationis, he began his PhD on medieval boy bishops under the supervision of Prof. Claude Gauvard (University Paris 1 "Panthéon-Sorbonne") and Prof. Jean-Yves Tilliette (University of Geneva). His research brought him to Cambridge, where he was a visiting student at the Faculty of Music, to Rome, where he was elected a member of the Swiss Institute, and of course to Paris. In 2012 he presented his thesis L’évêque des Innocents dans l’Europe médiévale (XIIe-XVe s.) ("The boy bishop in medieval Europe, 12th-15th c.") and obtained doctoral degrees from both the University of Paris 1 (history) and the University of Geneva (medieval Latin and French). Since 2013 he has been a visiting academic at the Historisches Seminar of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Early Postdoc.Mobility Fellow of the Swiss National Science Foundation). His current research interests include medieval liturgical uses, medieval hagiography (with a particular focus on impersonations of saints), and historiography of the medieval Church. He is also affiliated to the Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris (LAMOP) and to the Centre d’études médiévales of the University of Geneva.

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