All seminars will be held at 4pm in 16 University Square, rm.101, unless stated otherwise. For Information, contact Dr Sinead O’Sullivan: firstname.lastname@example.org. All welcome. Friday 24th February Dr. Marilina Cesario (English), ‘Ovidian influences in Aldhelm’s Enigmata’ Friday 2nd March Professor John Thompson (English), ‘Imagining the British History in an Irish and Welsh setting: chapters in the lives […]
News, events and conferences from previous academic years.
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 […]
As part of the ongoing “Textual Afterlives” project, co-organised by Jeremy Smith (University of Glasgow), Ian Johnson (University of St Andrews), Crawford Gribben (Trinity College Dublin), and John Thompson (QUB), a two-day event is being held in Belfast on the 8-9th April, 2011. A workshop will be held on Friday 8th, including a “sandpit” event […]
This year’s Borderlines is being held in University College Cork on April 15th-17th and welcomes paper proposals from early-stage researchers from all areas of Renaissance and Medieval studies. View the call for papers here.
Here is the provisional Medieval Cultures programme for semester two, 2010-11. As before, all seminars take place every Friday at 4pm in House 4, Rm 105 unless otherwise stated, and all are welcome. Please note: the location for the ‘Medieval places, streets, and crowds’ workshop is to be confirmed. Please declare your interest for that workshop […]
Congratulations to Dr Kathrin Prietzel, Dr Daniel McCann, Paul Murphy and Ericka Lynch on the occasion of their graduations today. Daniel and Kathrin graduate with PhDs; Paul and Ericka with MAs in English (Medieval Studies). While Paul is proceeding to read for his doctorate, we wish Daniel, Kathrin and Ericka all the very best for […]
The Chorus of Spark Opera Company and Queen’s Medieval Forum present “A Medieval Christmas”. Featuring choral and solo repertoire from the 12th to 16th centuries, this is a rare, seasonal arts event not to be missed! Free mulled wine and mince pies at the interval. Date: Friday the 17th of December Time: 7:30pm Venue: St […]
Please be advised of the updated programme for the weekly Medieval Cultures Seminar, semester one 2010-11. The seminar usually takes place every Friday at 4pm in 4 University Square, Room 105, and all are welcome! To view the updated programme, please click here.
This year’s Quadrivium symposium will be held at Queen’s University, Belfast, on November 4th-5th. For those of you new or not so new to PhD work, the Quadrivium programme offers a range of seminars, interactive discussions and networking opportunities over a two-day period.Initiated with support from the AHRC collaborative PhD training fund 2004-06, Quadrivium is […]