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Durham University

Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS)


MEMSA Podcast Series:

  • 18 January: Dr Katarzyna Burzyńska, Adam Mickiewicz University - “With child? How dost thou know’t?”: Anabella’s pregnant embodiment and the early modern medical discourse on reproduction
  • 1 February: Paola Rea, University of Rome La Sapienza - Defining the conflicts in 9th century Rome: some notes on Paschal I and Eugene II
  • 15 February: Aistė Kiltinavičiūtė, University of Cambridge - Reframing the crusading discourse: representations of Roxolana in Fulke Greville’s Mustapha (1609) and Roger Boyle’s Mustapha (1665)
  • 15 February: Sam Brown, University College London - Fear and loathing in Constantinople: fact versus fiction in the Turkish captivity of Sir Thomas Sherley the Younger
  • 1 March: Aistė Kiltinavičiūtė, University of Cambridge - Dreaming as border crossing in Dante
  • 15 March: Dr Anatasija Ropa, Latvian Academy of Sport Education - Marking borders in early modern Livonia: an exploratory study of border-marking practices in the texts of Balthasar Russow, Dionysius Fabricius, and early modern maps

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