The MEMSA seminar series convenes every two weeks to listen to a member deliver a paper relating to their current research, after which there is an opportunity for questions and discussion. As a group, we strive to create a supportive and generous atmosphere where members can present material and gain feedback. The seminars are free to attend, no booking is required, refreshments are always provided and all are most welcome to come along.
If you wish to present a paper, please send an email to the MEMSA at email@example.com or speak to a member of the Executive Committee.
Monday 23 October 2017
- Coinage and Connections in the North Sea World: Merovingian and Anglo-Saxon Coinage in the 7th Century 5:40pm, World Heritage Visitors Site, Kelly Clarke
Monday 6 November 2017
- 'Now it's up to the pig': The Durham Proverbs and their Scholarship 5:40pm, World Heritage Visitors Site, Pete Bibby
Monday 20 November 2017
- Shining Light on the Past: Analysing Pigments in Medieval Manuscripts 5:40pm, World Heritage Visitors Site, Louise Garner
Thursday 7 December 2017
- Confining the Prostitute in Eighteenth-Century London and Paris 5:40pm, World Heritage Visitors Site, Kirstyn Raitz