IMEMS seminar series for 2017-18 will focus on religious diversity, with prestigious invited speakers across a wide range of disciplines. This very comprehensive theme will bring together scholars from across the medieval and early modern disciplinary range, whether using historical records, literature, art, architecture or artefacts. Topics considered will include interactions between Jewish, Islamic and Christian groups, the Crusader States and other religious contact zones, the Reformation, Catholic-Protestant relationships, and the development of heresies, monastic movements and sects. Each talk will be followed by a reception, offering a chance to get to know colleagues in the field of medieval and early modern studies.
Wednesday 6 June 2018
- Wilhelm Levison Memorial Workshop 2018 on Taste and the Body in Medieval England 11:00am to 1:00pm, History Department, Seminar Room 1, 43 North Bailey, Dr Alban Gautier, Dr Debby Banham, Dr Laura Kalas Williams, Contact email@example.com