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The two panels of the conference were concluded by a round-table aiming at discussing the future of HEMA studies, by crossing the views of the speakers on three levels: personal involvement, major contribution needed for the field, strategies to make it happen. This article will focus on (1) reviewing the most important matters discussed and to balance them with the latest published desiderata for further research, (2) situating them in the latest developments in, on the one hand, martial arts studies, and on the other, Practice as Research (PaR) in other fields of research, and finally (3) comparing them with the developments of a similar fields of study over the last 60 years, notably dance studies.

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The sixteenth-century Collectanea of the condottiero Pietro Monte contains some of the most thorough writings that exist pertaining to the use of staff weapons. A detailed study of how these weapons are categorised, contextualised, and used in Monte’s work can, due to their sometimes limited treatment in other fight books, allow for a comparative approach between Monte’s works and those of other fight book authors. Such a study allows for a more complete understanding of how Monte’s work fits in with the wider fight book genre, properly contextualising the Collectanea, and demonstrating to what extent this important but often overlooked text should be considered revolutionary or reflective of contemporary military and martial trends. In this article is discussed Monte’s approach to defining staff weapons, his contextualisation of staff weapons according to military and martial environments, and Monte’s teachings on the use of staff weapons.

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), 47–66. Jaquet, Daniel, ‘Sword and pen: Sword and pen. Historical European Martial Arts studies, the communities and the academic world’, Acta Periodica Duellatorum, 4 [in preparation]. Jaquet, Daniel, Alice Bonnefoy-Mazure, Stéphane Armand, Caecilia Charbonnier, Jean-Luc Ziltener, and Bengt Kayser, ‘Range of Motion and Energy Cost of Locomotion of the Late Medieval Armoured Fighter: Confronting the Medieval Technical Literature with Modern Movement Analysis’, Plos One (forthcoming). Jaquet, Daniel, and Walczak, Bartlomiej, ‘Lignitzer, Hundsfeld or Lew? The