Medieval Seminar Series
The Medieval Seminar is an interdisciplinary research seminar based in departments across the Humanities. All events are open to staff, students and other interested parties.
Unless otherwise advertised, all seminars will begin at 5.00pm in the Humanities Building , H0.56
All staff and students welcome
– AUTUMN TERM –
Weds. 16th Oct. Liz L’Estrange
‘Re-Presenting Emilia for a Queen: Text and Image in Anne de Graville’s Beau Roman’
Jointly organised with STVDIO
Fri. 1st Nov. Medieval and Renaissance Vernacular Philosophy
STVDIO lunch and afternoon workshop
With Gianluca Briguglia, Franco Tomasi, Luca Bianchi, David Lines, Simon Gilson, Jill Kraye, Eugenio Refini, Anna Pegoretti ... Lunch is from 12.30-2pm in the Graduate Space, 4th Floor Annexe, Humanities Building.
RSVP if possible renaissance at warwick dot ac dot uk
Weds. 20th Nov. Simon Yarrow
‘Varieties of Christian Materiality: Relics and Religious in the Anglo-Norman World’
– SPRING TERM –
Weds. 22nd Jan. Emma Dillon
Weds. 26th Feb. Joanne Anderson
'Weaving Identity: Family Chapels and their Painted Decoration in Late Medieval Bolzano'.
Weds. 5th Mar. Liz Herbert McAvoy(title tbc)
Jointly organised with CORAL
– SUMMER TERM –
Weds. 30th April Warwick/QMUL Medieval Roundtable - 4.00 - 6.30 pm
'Querying the Medieval Vernacular'
The roundtable will take place in Room H 0.56 (Humanities building, ground floor), and will explore the status and perception of the medieval vernacular from a number of different disciplinary and linguistic perspectives.
The event is supported by an IAS grant, and is designed to further medieval and early modern links between Warwick and Queen Mary. We will be welcoming three speakers from Queen Mary in addition to providing three of our own.
From Queen Mary: Eyal Poleg (History), Simone Ventura (French), Tamara Atkin (English)
From Warwick: Simon Gilson (Italian), Emma Campbell (French), Christiania Whitehead (English)
Everyone is warmly invited to join us for the event, and to meet our Queen Mary colleagues.
Light refreshments and nibbles will be provided.
Weds. 14th May Sarah Kay
‘Animal Skins and Human Selves in Medieval Bestiaries’
Location/Time: H0.44, 4pm
Jointly organised with the Department of French
Dr Emma Campbell (French Studies): Emma dot Campbell at warwick dot ac dot uk
Dr Christiania Whitehead (English Studies): C.A.Whitehead@warwick.ac.uk