Colloque – Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies

The 42nd Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies will take place Friday 19 July to Monday 22 July 2019 at Battle Abbey School near to the actual site of the battle of 1066. Full details of fees and registration can be found by clicking the following link (PDF). The 42nd Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies.

Payment for registration is via UEA’s website. If anyone has any dietary requirements or mobility requirements then they should please email the Director with an email headed ‘Battle Conference dietary/mobility requirements’. Thank you.

If you wish to book your own accommodation then availability in and around Battle can be found via an internet search – the following site in particular may be useful http://www.visit1066country.com.

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Programme :

Friday 19 July

2pm – 4pm Arrival

5pm Professor C.R.E. Cubitt – The Allen Brown Memorial Lecture : Reassessing the reign of Æthelred the Unready
6pm Drinks Reception
7.30pm Dinner: wine available for purchase

Saturday 20 July

8.00am Breakfast for residents

9.15am Dr Charles C. Rozier – Picturing Time in the Manuscripts of Anglo-Norman Durham
10.45am Tea and Coffee

11.15 Dr Ann Williams – The Des Seal Memorial Lecture : The art of memory: the posthumous reputation of Harold II Godwineson
12.45pm Buffet Lunch

2.15pm Dr Vanessa King : The Lands and Men of St Augustine’s Abbey, 1066-1166
3.30pm Tea and Coffee

4pm Dr Fraser McNair : “A girly man like you can’t rule us real men any longer”: Sex, Violence and Masculinity in Dudo of Saint-Quentin’s Historia Normannorum
5.15pm Opportunity to visit the Abbey Gatehouse, led by Roy Porter, English Heritage.

7.30pm Conference Dinner

Sunday 21 July

8.00am Breakfast for residents

9.15am Professor John Gillingham – Eadmer’s Historia Novorum
10.45am Tea and Coffee

11.15am Dr Nicolas Prouteau : The Christine Mahany Memorial Lecture – Palaces, fortresses and hunting-lodges of Richard the Lionheart in Poitou: new archaeological perspectives on Angevin castle-building and residence
12.45pm Buffet Lunch

2.15pm Dr Danica Summerlin : England and the origins of the ecclesiastical ‘new law’ in the later-twelfth century
3.45pm Tea and Coffee

4.15pm Dr Emma Cavell – Women and Power through the family: charter evidence from the Norman March of Wales
5.45pm Poster session: an opportunity for graduate students and early career scholars to present their poster (A1 or A2 format). For further information on submitting a poster, please contact Dr Leonie Hicks

7.30pm Dinner: wine available for purchase

Monday 22 July

8.00am Breakfast for residents

9.15am Dr Mark Hagger – Angevin Rule in Normandy 1154-1186: The View from Mont-Saint-Michel
10.45am Tea and Coffee

11.15am Dr William M. Aird – Charismatic bureaucracy and the governance of Norman England

12.45pm Buffet Lunch

Close of conference

source : Battle Conference

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