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Programme for Candlemas Semester 2018
Meeting on Monday 5.15 pm in Parliament Hall, South Street, unless otherwise stated

29/1/18 Joe Canning (Cambridge) ‘The construction of authority in the church:  the fifteenth-century conciliarists and their opponents’
5/2/18 Lenia Kouneni (St Andrews)

Antique Influences and Byzantine Echoes: Hercules on the facade of San Marco

OLD CLASS LIBRARY

12/2/18 Elizabeth Tyler (York) England in Europe: The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in the Mid-Eleventh Century
19/2/18 Steven Vanderputten (Ghent) The Dignity of Our Bodies and the Salvation of Our Souls. Scandal, Purity, and the Pursuit of Unity in Late Tenth-Century Monasticism
26/2/18 Eddie Jones (Exeter) Sir Lancelot and other hermits
5/3/18 Naama Cohen-Hanegbi (Tel Aviv)

Trust and Faith: Patients and Physicians in Late 14th-century Castile

CANCELLED

12/3/18 Daniel Smail (Harvard)

The Materiality of Credit: Debt Collection as Pawnbroking in Late Medieval Mediterranean Europe

SAIMS ANNUAL LECTURE

2/4/18 Ruth Karras (Bullough Fellow) From Boy to Man: David and Goliath in Medieval Cultures
9/4/18 Jessica Berenbeim (Cambridge)

Domesday and the Look of Narrative

OLD CLASS LIBRARY

16/4/18 Dimiter Angelov (Harvard)

Native or Western? New Evidence on Ordeals in Byzantium

CO-SPONSORED BY THE CENTRE FOR ANATOLIAN & EAST MEDITERRANEAN STUDIES

23/4/18 Lesley Abrams (Oxford) Vikings and Conversion to Christianity in Francia in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries: Politics and Pastoral Care
30/4/18 Michael Cook (Princeton)

“The spread of Islam around the Indian Ocean”

BUTLER LECTURE