Friday 30th November 2018
A half-day workshop, free of charge.
IAS Seminar room, Millburn House, University of Warwick
Registration is essential. There are 26 delegate places available.
1:45pm arrivals, tea and coffee
2:15 Prof. Mack Holt (George Mason, History) 'The Bible as an Oral Text during the Wars of Religion'
3:15 Dr Tom Hamilton (Durham, History) 'Evidence of Hearsay in Criminal Proceedings from Late Renaissance France'
3:35 Prof. Mark Greengrass (Sheffield, History) 'Oral Testimony in a Paralegal Context'
4.15 tea and coffee
4:30 Dr Emily Butterworth (King's College London, French) 'Ronsard, the Reformers, and Speaking in Public'
4:50 Mr David Nicoll (Warwick, History) 'Orality through the medium of noble correspondence: the letters of Antoine de Crussol during the French Wars of Religion, 1562-1563'
5:30 Prof. Kate Astbury (Warwick, French Studies) 'Storytelling in the Salons in the Revolutionary Era'
5:50 tbc Dr Alison Morgan (Warwick, CTE) 'Songs about Waterloo and Peterloo'
Chairs and discussants: Prof. Penny Roberts and Dr Charles Walton (both Warwick, History)