Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Studies

Papers and lectures by MEMS members in 2015-16

Date/ event Title and Speaker

25 June 2016

Trinity College, Cambridge

'Connecting Centre and Periphery – Arabic Textbooks in Early Modern Protestant Europe', invited paper at the Workshop 'The Venues for Scholarly Output: Collections, Treatises, Textbooks, Archives' - Dr Jan Loop

19-20 May 2016

Workshop at the Finnland-Institut, Berlin

'Johann Fabricius Dantiscanus and the study of Arabic in Northern Germany' - Dr Jan Loop

6 May 2016

UCL, Institute for Advanced Studies

'European views of the Qur'an in the 17th and 18th Century', invited lecture at the workshop ‘Enlightenment Views of Near Eastern Civilisations’ - Dr Jan Loop

29 April 2016

The annual George H. Story Lecture in the Humanities at Memorial University, St John's Newfoundland

‘Other casualties unto which all things in this mortall life are subject’: The Foundation Library at Lambeth Palace and its Subsequent Adventures' - Professor James P.Carley

30 March 2016

School of History Research Seminar, University of Kent

'The Use of English in medieval Latin Liturgy’ - Dr Helen Gittos

16-19 March

Conference on Matthew Parker, University of Cambridge

‘'To the inestymable glory of the lande’:  the archiepiscopal libraries of Matthew Parker, John Whitgift, and Richard Bancroft - Professor James P.Carley

23-26 March 2016

Shakespeare Association of America annual conference

'Space, Memory and Transformation in Early Modern Literature' - Professor Bernhard Klein

16 March 2016

Shakepeare Association of America annual conference

‘‘Scene of the Murder’: Arden of Faversham and local performance cultures’ - Dr Catherine Richardson


7 March 2016

Medieval History Seminar, All Souls College, University of Oxford

'The Use of English in medieval Latin Liturgy’ - Dr Helen Gittos

16 February 2016

Medieval and Early Modern Research Network seminar, Glasgow

‘Reading and Writing Narrative in the Early Modern House’ - Dr Catherine Richardson

10 September 2015

Poly-Olbion and the Writing of Britain (Royal Geographical Society, London - organised by the University of Exeter)


Poly-Olbion and ‘those Rough Gods of the Sea’" - Professor Bernhard Klein


Papers and Lectures 2014-15


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