UCL's Medieval and Renaissance Interdisciplinary Seminar is a graduate-founded and -run seminar which holds discussions across disciplines and departments.
The seminar takes questions of interest to Medievalists (writ large) as its point of departure.
Meetings take place on Mondays at 6:15pm in Gordon Square (26) G09. If you have any questions relating to the IMARS schedule, please contact Emma Zürcher for up-to-date information. All are welcome and drinks are served afterwards.
|21 January 2019||Christine Rauer (St Andrews) - "The Earliest English Prose"|
|04 March 2019||Giles Gasper (Durham) - Title TBC|
|11 March 2019||Tuija Ainonen (British Library) - "Medieval England and France, 700-1200- The Polonsky Foundation England and France Project: Manuscripts from the British Library and the Bibliothèque nationale de France"|
|18 March 2019||Helen F. Leslie-Jacobsen (Bergen) - “Written at the Beginning, Before the Book itself Begins”: Prologues to Medieval Norwegian Laws|
|29 April 2019||Elsa Marmursztejn (QMUL) - "Peter John Olivi on the Old Law: Two Unedited Texts"|
|13 May 2019||Kirsty Day (Edinburgh) - Title TBC|
|20 May 2019||Joseph Lemberg (UCL) - "Saving the many, not the few. Ramon Lull and the missionary's dilemma between individual perfection and the common good"|
|10 June 2019||Hannah Skoda (Oxford) - Title TBC|