About the CID

 

The first bureau (1971) was composed of: Giulio Battelli (Rome, president), Emilio Saez (Barcelona) and Jindrich Šebanek (vice-presidents), Robert-Henri Bautier (Paris, secretary general), Alessandro Pratesi (Rome, vice-secretary general), Carlrichard Brühl (Giessen, treasurer), Heinrich Appelt (Vienna), Aleksander Gieysztor (Warsaw) and Wolfgang Hagemann (Rome, counsellors).

Contact
Olivier Guyotjeannin
Ecole nationale des chartes
19, rue de la Sorbonne
F – 75005 Paris
tel.  0033.1.55427500
fax  0033.1.55427509
eMail  ogj[at]wanadoo.fr

Thérèse de Hemptinne
Department of Medieval History
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 35
B – 9000 Ghent
tel.  0032.9.2291156
eMail  Therese.deHemptinne[at]Gent.be

Bureau
President: Olivier Guyotjeannin (Paris)
Vice-Presidents: Giovanna Nicolaj (Rome), José Marques (Porto)
Secretary General: Thérèse de Hemptinne (Ghent)
Vice-Secretary General: Josefa Sanz Fuentes (Oviedo)
Treasurer: Cristina Mantegna (Rome)
Counsellors: Wolfgang Huschner (Leipzig), Pilar Ostos Salcedo (Sevilla),  László Solymosi (Debrecen)
Honorary Presidents: Theo Kölzer (Bonn), Walter Prevenier (Ghent)
Honorary Members: Peter Herde (Würzburg), Ivan Hlaváček (Prague), Walter Koch (Munich)

2 Responses to About the CID

  1. tdhempti says:

    Un grand merci et félicitations à Sébastien Barret, notre nouveau webmaster.
    TdH

  2. Comme Thérèse, je félicite chaleureusement Sébastien et les autres
    W P

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