UCL Interdisciplinary Medieval and Renaissance Seminar: 2014/15
UCL's Medieval Interdisciplinary Seminar is a graduate-founded and run seminar which holds holds discussions across disciplines and departments, taking questions of interest to Medievalists (writ large) as its point of departure.
Meetings take place on Mondays at 6.15 in Room G09/10 in UCL's History Department, 24-25 Gordon Square. All welcome, drinks afterwards.
Matthew Beaumont (English, UCL), 'Idle Wandering Persons: Nightwalkers in Renaissance London’
(Chair: Andrew Murray)
Brenda Bolton (History, Kent), 'Answering the Call of Faith? Behind the Scenes at the Fourth Lateran Council’
(Chair: Benedict Wiedemann)
Huw Grange (French, Cambridge), 'Mapping the Prose Tristan: a Cartographic Quest’
(Chair: Ella Williams)
Carole Rawcliffe (History, UEA),‘Nurturing the Urban Body: Food Standards and Health in Late Medieval English Towns’
(Chair: Alexandra Lee)
Stephen Mossman (History, Manchester), 'Hatred of University Lecturers and the Inspired Word in the Fourteenth Century’
(Chair: Emily Corran)
Cornelia Linde (Medieval History, German Historical Institute), ‘Arguing with Lollards. Thomas Palmer, OP, and De translatione sacrae scripturae in linguam barbaricam’.
(Chair: Alejandra Concha Sahli)
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