The Medieval Seminar is an interdisciplinary research seminar based in departments across the Humanities. All events are open to staff, students and other interested parties.
Seminars begin at 5pm in Oculus (OC1.07) unless otherwise stated.
All staff and students welcome, and light refreshments are provided.
~ AUTUMN TERM ~
11th Oct Reading Group: Petrarch
25th Oct Alex Russell (Warwick), ‘Naturalizing reluctance: marriage, debt and consent in fifteenth-century England, Bavaria and Chartres’
15th Nov Miri Rubin (Queen Mary), ‘Ecclesia and Synagoga; Thinking about Jews in the Medieval Longue Durée’
22nd Nov Reading Group: Ovid transformed
29th Nov Jonathan Morton (KCL), 'Beyond the Trojan Horse: Craft, ingenuity, and secret knowledge in the High Middle Ages'
~ SPRING TERM ~
17th Jan Ryan Perry (Kent), ‘Making Histories: Scribal Cultures and the Middle English Prose Brut in Fifteenth Century London’
24th Jan Medieval Women’s Writing Workshop, 2-4 pm
7th Feb Julia Boffey (Queen Mary), ‘Here speaketh the author’: foregrounding late medieval English poets in manuscript and print’
7th Mar Reading Group
~ SUMMER TERM ~
2nd May Christiania Whitehead (Warwick), Saintly networks: the Cuthbertine familia post-conquest
Louise Campion L dot G dot E dot Campion at warwick dot ac dot uk
Jane Sinnett-Smith J dot Sinnett-Smith at warwick dot ac dot uk