The Medieval History seminar brings together scholars of all career stages to hear papers on every area of medieval history from late antiquity to the fifteenth century.
Seminars are usually held in the Boardroom in the Faculty of History, starting at 4pm; all are welcome.
Faculty of History, Boardroom 4.00pm, Thursdays
19th January – VIRTUAL SESSION
Prof Robin Fleming (Boston College, US)
When an Anglo-Saxon Pot Isn’t an Anglo-Saxon Pot, and Why Historians Should Care.
Prof Sara Lipton (SUNY, NY)
Iconography Against the Grain: How Medieval People Looked At and Learned from Art.
Prof Tom Licence (UEA)
Sex at the Court of William Rufus
Dr Phil Slavin (Stirling)
Uncrossing Wires: Tracing Spatio-Temporal Contours of Late-Medieval Plague Waves, c.1356-1465
Dr Johannes Preiser-Kapeller (Vienna)
Five emperors, the sun, a volcano and a ghost. Celestial phenomena and dynastic crisis across Afro-Eurasia around the year 800 CE.
Janna Coomans (Utrecht)
Risk, Health and Urban Environment in the late Medieval Low Countries.
Stephen Church (UEA)
Decolonising the Angevin “empire”
Professor John Arnold
Professor Tessa Webber
Dr Julie Barrau
Dr Andrew Spencer
and the whole medievalist collective
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