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Medieval History Seminar

Easter Term 2018

 

ALL SEMINARS on THURSDAYS at 4 p.m. in the Boardroom of the History Faculty

 

3rd May

Prof Adam J. Davis (Denison, Texas; Clare Hall)
"Lending to God: Charitable Giving in an Age of Commerce."

 

17th May

Prof Lindy Grant (Reading)
“The abbey in the palace and the palace in the abbey: the interpenetration of residential and religious space in France in the long 13th century”

 

31st May
Prof Katy Cubitt (UEA)
“Bishops and Legislation in England c. 1000: Archbishop Wulfstan and the Peace of God”

 

Easter Term 2018 programme - print version

 

Convenors:
Professor John Arnold

Dr Andrew Spencer

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Seminar presentations by third-year PhD students, 2014-15

Daniel Neary

Contesting the 'Church of the Bishops': Christian Dissidence in Palestine after Chalcedon (21 mins, 29:01:15)


Lizzie Gilbert

The letters of Thomas Beckington and William Millington (20 mins, 15:01:15)


Hazel Freestone

Married clergy in England and Normandy, 1050-1150 (26 mins, 15:01:2015)


Emily Ward

A Comparative Look at Guardianship Arrangements for Child Kings, c.1050 - c.1165 (25 mins, 27:11:14)


Peter Lunga
The context and purpose of legendary genealogies in northern England and Iceland c. 1120 - c. 1230 (35 mins, 27:11:14)


Sam Ottewill-Soulsby
"Useless Peace”: Carolingian-Umayyad Diplomacy, 810-820 (30 mins, 13:11:14)


Jacob Currie
St Alban's Abbey and the Law, c. 1327-1396 (20 mins, 13:11:14)


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