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 Jack Ford for up-to-date information. All are welcome and drinks are served afterwards.
|30 September 2019||Andrew Rabin (University of Louisville) - The Charters of Æthelflæd|
|14 October 2019||Barbara Bombi (University of Kent) - Diplomatic Communication: How to Convey Messages at the Papal Curia Between the 13th and 14th Century|
|11 November 2019||Seb Falk (University of Cambridge) - Memorising Medieval Science: Astronomical Rhymes and Codes in Medieval Manuscripts|
|23 March 2020||Katherine Harvey (Birkbeck) – Title TBC|
|4 May 2020||John Marenbon (University of Cambridge) – Title TBC|
|18 May 2020||Rebecca Rist (University of Reading) - Were medieval popes anti-Judaic or anti-Semitic?|