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Sant Pere de Casserres i Santa Maria de Cabrera

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Dins de la quarta edició del cicle Catalunya, laboratori d’Humanitats, dels Estudis d’Arts i Humanitats de la UOC, tindrà lloc el dissabte 7 de novembre una visita al monestir de sant Pere de Casserres i al santuari de santa Maria de Cabrera, en el qual es tractaran els àmbits temàtics següents:

  • Funcions i organització d’un monestir. L’art romànic
  • Els orígens «nacionals» de Catalunya i algunes reflexions sobre el procés sobiranista actual
  • Vida cavalleresca i discurs misogin
  • La revolució feudal a Catalunya i models de la creació de l’estat modern

Programa

9,45 h.    Trobada a l’entrada del Monestir de sant Pere de Casserres
Seminari: Funcions i estructura urbanística del monestir

10,30 h.  Visita del monestir 12 h. L’art romànic

12 h.       Desplaçament direcció Cantonigròs

12,45 h.   Ascensió al santuari de Cabrera

13,30 h   Panoràmica geogràfica de Catalunya des de l’altiplà de Cabrera. Els orígens «nacionals» de Catalunya

14,30 h.  Dinar al restaurant del Santuari de Cabrera

16,15 h.  Seminari: La revolució feudal a Catalunya.: Vida cavalleresca i discurs misogin.

18,15 h.  Retorn als cotxes i final de la jornada

Inscripció obligatòria

Informacions d’interès

  • De Barcelona al monestir de sant Pere de Casserres cal calcular una hora i mitja en cotxe. L’accés es realitza per l’Eix Transversal C-25, sortida 183 direcció Roda de Ter (C-153). A mà dreta, la carretera BV-5213 porta al Parador de Sau, on comença una carretera que porta al monestir.
  • L’ascens al santuari de Cabrera comporta, aproximadament, una caminada d’una mitja hora. És  fàcil, però cal portar calçat i roba adequats. S’hi puja -sense problemes- per unes escales excavades a la roca (o per un caminet fent ziga-zaga)
  • La visita al monestir de sant Pere de Casserres  costa uns 2 € pel fet d’anar en grup (de totes maneres mireu de portar -els qui el tingueu- el carnet de la UOC).
  • El dinar al restaurant del santuari de Cabrera costa uns 23 € (cafès i copes a part). Consta d’amanida, arròs i carn a la brasa. Puntualment es pot demanar algun altre tipus de menjar. Si algú prefereix endur-se el menjar de casa, cap problema: pot comprar la beguda (o aprofitar l’aigua de la font) i dinar a l’esplanada davant l’església. 

Adreces d’interès

  • Monestir de sant Pere de Casserres
  • Santuari de Cabrera                                                                                                     Tel. Festius: 937 44 70 33                                                                                            Feiners: 93 856 50 69

Professor que impartirà la visita i els seminaris:

Dr. Joan Campàs Montaner                                                                              jcampas@uoc.edu

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Materials de treball

Context històric

  • Joan Campàs (2001). Història de la Catalunya medieval. 42 pàgs. En línia a http://cv.uoc.edu/~04_999_01_u07/HistoriaCatalunyamedieval.pdf
  • Joan Campàs (1991).  Els orígens nacionals. L’Alta Edat Mitjana (segles VIII XI).Barcelona. Barcanova.. (Col. Biblioteca Bàsica d’Història de Catalunya). 96 pàgs.
  • Joan Campàs (1992).   La creació d’un estat feudal (segles XI XIII). Barcelona. Barcanova. 1992. Col. Biblioteca Bàsica d’Història de Catalunya. 96 pàgs.

Mapa d’accés a sant Pere de Casserres

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 Mapa d’accés al Santuari de Cabrera

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