Séminaire – European History 1150–1550 Seminar (IHR, London)

Fortnightly Thursdays 17:30, IHR Wolfson II unless noted; Winter & Spring
All welcome, drinks afterwards

Convenors: David Carpenter (KCL), Matthew Champion (Birkbeck), Johanna Dale (UCL), David d’Avray (UCL), Serena Ferente (KCL), Andrew Jotischky (RHUL), Patrick Lantschner (UCL), Marie Legendre (SOAS), Cornelia Linde (German Historical Institute), Sophie Page (UCL), Eyal Poleg (QMUL), Miri Rubin (QMUL), John Sabapathy (UCL), Alex Sapoznik (KCL), Alice Taylor (KCL)

IHR page http://www.history.ac.uk/events/seminars/114.

Contact: John Sabapathy & Alice Taylor (j.sabapathy@ucl.ac.uk & alice.taylor@kcl.ac.uk).


Programme :

Winter Term 2017

5th October
Robert Bartlett (St Andrews)
Pretenders and returners: Dynastic imposters in the Middle Ages

19th October
Hugh Thomas (Miami College of Arts and Sciences)
Hunting at the court of King John of England

2nd November
Daisy Livingston (SOAS)
The waqf endowment archive of the penultimate Mamlūk sultan Qānṣūh al-Ghawrī (r. 1501-1516 CE): An archive frozen in time?

Martin Hall (RHUL)
John of Garland’s ‘On the triumphs of the Church’: A new edition and the first translation of a major thirteenth-century Latin historical poem (c .1252)

16th November
Katalin Szende (CEU): Trust and authority: Pragmatic literacy and communication in the royal towns of medieval Hungary

30th November
*** Wolfson Conference Suite 1800*** Creighton Lecture replaces seminar
Miri Rubin (QMUL)
The Creighton Lecture 2017. Strangers in Medieval Cities

14th December
Jean-François Nieus (Namur)
The rise of administrative lordship in medieval Flanders: New perspectives

Spring Term 2018

11th January
Ian Forrest (Oxford)
Trustworthy men: How inequality and faith made the medieval church

25th January
Marie Dejoux (Paris 1)
Government and inquests from Philip Augustus to the last Capetians

8th February
Anaïs Waag (KCL-UCL) : Gender and the language of politics in thirteenth-century royal letters
Cecil Reid (QMUL): Treasured assets: Jewish tax-payers in the economy of late medieval Castile

22nd February
Ana María Rodríguez López (CSIC Madrid)
Petrifying wealth: The southern European shift to masonry as collective investment in identity, c. 1050-1300

8th March
Sita Steckel (Münster): Observing religion: High medieval religious movements and their polemical vocabularies

Source : Institute of Historical Research

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