Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Studies

Conferences and Papers

Conferences and Papers for 2019

  • ‘Whittington’s Gift: Common profit Books and the Guildhall Library’, 7th March, 2019, Medieval Seminar, Queen’s University of Belfast - Dr Ryan Perry
  • ‘A New Look at ‘First Seth Bois’: Reception and Production Contexts’, invitation to contribute to ‘Translation Theory and Practice in the Later Middle Ages: the Bible and Beyond’, International Workshop, 14 March 2019, Oriel College, Oxford - Dr Ryan Perry
  • ‘Books of Common Profit and London’s Devotional Booktrade’, 27 June, 2019, Medieval London Seminar at the IHR - Dr Ryan Perry
  • ‘'Miscellaneous Manuals' and London's Pastoral Revolution: Codicological’, 3 July, 2019, Session no. 1323, ‘Approaches to Miscellaneous Religious Manuals: Religious Change and Pastoral Revolution in15th-Century England’, Leeds IMC - Dr Ryan Perry
  • 'Cum adversariis disputando, cum paribus conferendo'. The liber de Preeminentia Spiritualis Imperii (1329) by Opicinus de Canistris and its contemporary political debate, Ideas, Words, Thoughts and their History 5th Collegio Ghislieri Graduate Conference, Pavia, 1-2 March 2019 - Pietro Mocchi
  • 'Kepe wel thy tonge': Communicating authority and the regulation of seditious speech in 1380s London, Ideas, Words, Thoughts and their History 5th Collegio Ghislieri Graduate Conference, Pavia, 1-2 March 2019 - Daniella Gonzalez
  • "Visualising violence as victory: The lost Gothic wall paintings in the Sainte-Chapelle" The Henri Pirenne Institute of Medieval Studies, University of Ghent, 25 April 2019 - Dr Emily Guerry
  • "The cult Crown of Thorns– A roundtable," Ritual and Religion in the Medieval Works, Fordham University, New York, 30 March 2019 - Dr Emily Guerry
  • "Picturing the Passion in the Capetian present," The Oxford Late Medieval Seminar Series, 22 January 2019 - Dr Emily Guerry
  • ‘Prayer beads and wolves’ teeth: Enchantment and religious practice in early modern Prague’, Religious Studies Seminar, University of Kent, 20 Feb 2019 - Dr Suzanna Ivanic
  • Global Catholicism in Seventeenth-Century Prague, Renaissance Society of America, Toronto, Canada - 17 March 2019 - Dr Suzanna Ivanic
  • Multiple options and the materiality of belief in seventeenth-century Prague, Cambridge New Habsburg Studies Network Workshop, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, 10 May 2019 - Dr Suzanna Ivanic
  • "'O blessed object': Words, Bodies, and 'Things' in Early Modern Revenge Drama", in the panel "Tangible and Invisible: Language and the Body on the Early Modern Stage", Durham University IMEMS Early Modern Conference, 22-24 July 2019 - Anna Hegland
  • London Palaeography Seminar: Examples of practical literacy, 12 March 2019 - Professor Barbara Bombi
  • CHASE: Early Modern Matters: Materiality and the Archive, University of East Anglia, 11-12 May 2019 - Keynote to be given by Dr David Rundle
  • Workshop on the Lyghfield Bible - From Paris to Canterbury: the Lyghfield Bible. 4th March 2019, University of Kent
  • '“Foliate Heads” and “Leafy Masks”: Metamorphosis in the Portfolio of Villard de Honnecourt', Kalamazoo International Congress of Medieval Studies, 9-12 May 2019 - Cassandra Harrington
  • Annual Othello's Island Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, 15-17 April 2019. Interactions: a colloquium on medieval, early renaissance and byzantine art and literature led by Dr Sarah James
  • ‘Knowledge of Greek in early tenth-century Tours: Archbishop Teotolo and his charters’, Greek in the Early Medieval West, University of Oxford, January 2019 - Dr Ed Roberts
  • 'Charlemagne's Europe: the problems and possibilities of an early medieval charter database', Narrare - producere - ordinare. New Approaches to the Middle Ages​, University of Vienna, March 2019 - Dr Ed Roberts
  • 'Pope Hadrian I’s letter to Archbishop Tilpin of Rheims and the forging of episcopal authority', Kalamazoo International Congress of Medieval Studies, May 2019 - Dr Ed Roberts
  • 'Pseudo-Isidore in England before Lanfranc', Leeds International Medieval Congress, July 2019 - Dr Ed Roberts

Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NX

Telephone +44 1227 823140. Fax +44 1227 827060

Last Updated: 04/03/2019