This essay is part of a collection of essays containing papers presented at the “Annual Meeting on Christian Origins” held at the University Residential Centre of Bertinoro (October 2-5, 2014). It belongs to the thematic session entitled “Metholodogical Questions (Memory, Cognitive Studies, Sociology, Anthropology)” and it is aimed at promoting researches with different disciplinary backgrounds. The shared epistemological agenda of the studies hosted in this unit is a radical 'de-metaphysicization' of the processes of creation, transmission, memorization, and consolidation/ survival of religious representations produced by Jesus’ followers in the Mediterranean world and in the Middle East between the first and third century C.E. Arcari's paper is dedicated to Emiliano Rubens Urciuoli’s book, Per un’archeologia del “noi” cristiano. Le “comunità immaginate” dei seguaci di Gesù tra utopie e territorializzazioni [I-II secolo e.v.], Milano, 2013. It highlights the theoretical background of Urciuoli’s work, focusing on Foucault’s archaeological method, and gives further insight into the main topic of his research, namely early Christians’ social organization of language and knowledge about the self.

Archivi, enunciati, strategie. Michel Foucault e una possibile archeologia delle "origini" cristiane

ARCARI, LUCA
2015

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This essay is part of a collection of essays containing papers presented at the “Annual Meeting on Christian Origins” held at the University Residential Centre of Bertinoro (October 2-5, 2014). It belongs to the thematic session entitled “Metholodogical Questions (Memory, Cognitive Studies, Sociology, Anthropology)” and it is aimed at promoting researches with different disciplinary backgrounds. The shared epistemological agenda of the studies hosted in this unit is a radical 'de-metaphysicization' of the processes of creation, transmission, memorization, and consolidation/ survival of religious representations produced by Jesus’ followers in the Mediterranean world and in the Middle East between the first and third century C.E. Arcari's paper is dedicated to Emiliano Rubens Urciuoli’s book, Per un’archeologia del “noi” cristiano. Le “comunità immaginate” dei seguaci di Gesù tra utopie e territorializzazioni [I-II secolo e.v.], Milano, 2013. It highlights the theoretical background of Urciuoli’s work, focusing on Foucault’s archaeological method, and gives further insight into the main topic of his research, namely early Christians’ social organization of language and knowledge about the self.
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