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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


Weds. 22nd April Michelle Bolduc (Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee): ’50? Shades of Medieval Translation: Brunetto Latini’s Translations of Cicero’

Weds. 6th May Tamas Karath (Peter Pazmany Catholic Univ., Budapest): ‘When the Medieval Translator Promises "Word for Word": the Case of Richard Misyn’s Translations of Richard Rolle’

Fri. 8th May Research Day in Medieval English Studies Workshop, 9am-6pm. Rm H545

A presentation of doctoral and post-doctoral research-in-progress, with participants from the Universities of Padua, Warwick, Peter Pazmany, Budapest, Queen Mary UL, and Lausanne.

Respondent: Simon Horobin (Oxford University)

There is also an active programme of Medieval Reading Group events planned for the summer term. For more details, please see:

Dr Emma Campbell (French Studies): Emma dot Campbell at warwick dot ac dot uk

Dr Christiania Whitehead (English Studies):