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Medieval Studies Seminar, Semester 2, 2019
All seminars will take place in Parliament Hall, South Street at 5:15 pm unless otherwise indicated.

28/1/19 John Romano (Benedictine College) Tolerance of liturgical diversity in medieval Europe
4/2/19

Rory Cox (St Andrews)

OLD CLASS LIBRARY

LUNCHTIME: 1-3pm

The Myth of “Torture-Lite”: From Medieval to Modern Waterboarding

 

11/2/19

Katy Cubitt (UEA)

OLD CLASS LIBRARY

Archbishop Wulfstan and the Peace of God
18/2/19 Barbara Crawford (St Andrews) Excavations at St. Clements Church, Trondheim. Interdisciplinary Clash or Co-ordination?
25/2/19 Katalin Szende (CEU)

“Good Immigrants”. Settlement, Expansion, and Colonization in Central Europe in the High and Late Middle Ages

4/3/19 Cullen Chandler (Lycoming College) Bullough Fellow 2018-19. With workshop on Tuesday 5th March).  Charlemagne’s Table
11/3/19

Robin Stacey (University of Washington, Seattle)

The Butler Lecture

Hidden Narratives in Medieval Welsh Law
Spring Break No seminar.
08/04/19

Tim Greenwood (St Andrews)

LUNCHTIME: 1-3pm

Armenia and Iran in Late Antiquity: New Perspectives
15/4/19

Paul Strohm (Columbia)

SAIMS annual lecture (with workshop on 16th April)

‘Placing’ Criseyde
22/4/19

Lorenz Korn (Bamberg)

Centre for Anatolian and East Mediterranean Studies Annual Lecture

“Dome Halls of the Saljuq Period in Iran: Origins, forms and functions”