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. 15th Oct. David D’Avray (UCL), ‘Bigamia from Antiquity to the Counter Reformation’
(joint with STVDIO)
Weds. 29th Oct. Medieval to Renaissance Lunch, Graduate Space 4th floor, 12.30-2pm
Liam Lewis (Warwick): presentation of IATL-funded summer project on the northern turn in medieval studies
Weds. 19th Nov. Reading Group
Weds. 26th Nov. Julian Gardner (Warwick), ‘The Cardinals’ Muse: visual and textural evidence for musical interests in the papal curia c.1240 – c.1305’
– SPRING TERM –
Weds. 21st Jan. Sarah Wood (Warwick), ‘Scribal responses to Piers Plowman’
Weds. 4th Feb. Ros Brown-Grant, ‘Instructing the Prince Through Text and Image: The 15th-c. Burgundian Prose Romance of Florimont (Paris, BnF fr. 12566)’
(joint with French) – 4pm start
Weds. 25th Feb. Reading Group
Fri. 6th Mar. Ardis Butterfield (Yale University),
'Gower's Cinqante Balades, Machaut, and the ends of form'
– SUMMER TERM –
Weds. 6th May Tamas Karath (Peter Pazmany Catholic Univ., Budapest)
Weds. 8th May Research Day in Medieval English Studies Workshop, 9am-6pm.
A collaboration between Universities of Padua, Warwick, Peter Pazmany, Budapest, and Lausanne.
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