This is an archive of past events within the Department of English Studies. Please see our current events for forthcoming activities.
Some of our public events are recorded and are available as podcasts via our Research English At Durham blog.
'European England: The Long Tenth Century,' by James Campbell
James Campbell is a world-renowned authority on Anglo-Saxon England, and author of the illustrated Penguin The Anglo-Saxons, The Anglo-Saxon State, Essays in Anglo-Saxon History etc.
On 14-17 December Durham University's Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies is holding an international conference in honour of the great German scholar of medieval history, Wilhelm Levison. Forced to leave Germany as a Jew in 1939, he spent his last years in Durham, where he wrote his most famous book, England and the Continent in the Eighth Century, and he is buried in the Bow Cemetery in Durham.
To continue the spirit of his work, the conference has taken the theme 'England and the Continent in the Tenth Century'. For those who cannot or do not wish to attend the whole event, the Centre has organised two open lectures detailed below. They will be suitable for all ages and levels of knowledge, and they are both given by distinguished and charismatic specialists in the field.
Tickets £5 for each lecture, £8 for both available at the door or from Event Durham
Tel: 0191 344 2883 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Research in English At Durham (READ) blog showcasing the the literary research emerging from the Department of English Studies
We host a large number of conferences, lectures and seminars each year, many of them open to the public. Find out more on our Events page.
Many of our public lectures, seminars and conferences are recorded, and can be listened to as podcasts.
- 29th January 2021
- Title TBC
- Online (Zoom)
- Dr Hannah-Rose Murray (University of Edinburgh)