Colloque – Methodological Innovation in Late Medieval Studies

Attendance is free, but booking is essential. Please book HERE.

This is the inaugural workshop of the ERC Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures project. It will be held at Wadham College, University of Oxford on 27th and 28th April 2017.

The workshop takes places over two days, and tea and coffee will be provided free of charge.

MALMECC

This workshop will examine several core themes, aiming to provide fresh insight and discussion. Provisional sessions include:

27th April (Morning)
Welcome and Introduction to the MALMECC project
The Impact of Sound Studies
Performativity and Ceremonial

27th April (Afternoon)
Multimediality/Looking/Listening
Multivocality, Polyvocality, and Aesthetics

28th April (Morning)
Enactments and the multisensory approach
Materiality and Ceremonial Part 1 – Handling Books

28th April (Afternoon)
Materiality and Ceremonial Part 2 – Textiles
Final Discussion

Discussants

Andrew Albin (Fordham University)
Dominic Brookshaw (University of Oxford)
Mary Carruthers (University of Oxford)
Ursula Gießmann (University of Cologne)
John Harper (Bangor University, University of Birmingham)
Karl Kügle (University of Oxford, Utrecht University)
Anna Kvícalová (Free University of Berlin, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science)
Elizabeth Leach (University of Oxford)
Ruxandra Marinescu (Utrecht University)
Christophe Masson (University of Oxford)
David Murray (University of Oxford)
Kathryn Rudy (University of St Andrews)
Laura Slater (University of Oxford)

Source : MALMECC

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