Justine Firnhaber-Baker has delivered two lectures this term on the continent. The first, given in French, is titled “Les moines et les masses: langages et actions (non?)politiques à Saint-Leu d’Esserent avant la peste noire,” and considers the reaction to the Black Death at Saint-Leu-d’Esserent. This lecture was given at the Université de Lille’s event on Everyday Political Practices in Medieval Europe on the 21st of September.
More recently, she presented “Affective Government after the French Political Crisis of 1356–59” on the 10th of November at the 14th International Meeting of the Middle Ages. This conference, held in Najéra, Spain, was organised around the theme of “Exclusion and Social Discipline in the Medieval City”.