Here is the Medieval Cultures seminar list for semester one, 2011-12. All seminars take place every Friday at 4pm in Room 101, 16 University Square, unless otherwise stated, and all are welcome.
Friday 7th October
Stephen Kelly (QUB), ‘God’s Insomniacs: relics and the religious (re-)turn in medieval studies’
Friday 14th October
Mark Gardiner (QUB), ‘The politics and domestic life of Sir John Scott, Yorkist courtier’
Tuesday 18th October at 5.00pm
Theresa O’Byrne (Notre-Dame), ‘’A Tale of Two Scribes: Scribal Education and Careers in Fifteenth-Century Dublin’
Friday 21st October
Sandor Chardonnens (Radboud University Nijmegen), ‘Mantic alphabets: Where dreams and letters meet’
Friday 4th November
James Davis (QUB), ‘Common Foundations: Local and Retail Trade in the Medieval World’
Wednesday 9nd November, 3pm, 01-009 Elmwood Building (nb. *not* ELTC!).
Joint Seminar with SSC (GAP) – Michele Campopiano (University of York), ‘Space representation and measurability in the 12th century: the works of Guido da Pisa’
Friday 18th November
Gregory Toner (QUB), ‘The dead testifies against the living: telling the past in early medieval Ireland’.
Friday 25th November
Daniel Brown (QUB), ‘Hugh de Lacy in exile, 1210-21’
Friday 2nd December
Sinead O’Sullivan (QUB), ‘Perspicuity and Obscurity in early medieval glosses on Martianus’s De nuptiiis’
Friday 9th December
David Falls (QUB), ‘Power and Patronage: Fifteenth-Century Textual Cultures and the ‘Lancastrian Spiritual Aristocracy’
Friday 16th December
For information, contact Dr James Davis: email@example.com