Some free tickets available for Medieval and Early Modern Engagement day with Miri Rubin and others at Queen Mary, London (18 October 2014)

Research into the Medieval and Early Modern: Navigating Issues of Engagementlogo[1]

Due to some last minute cancellations, there are a few tickets available for this event.

Click here to book for free through eventbrite!

Room 3.20, Arts 2 Building
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road
E1 4NS

Saturday, 18 October 2014 from 10:00 to 18:30 (BST)

10.00-10.30: Registration, tea and coffee
10.30-10.45: Welcome and Introduction from Organisers
10.45-12.15: Working with Museums: Cataloguing and Curating
Adrian Armstrong, Centenary Professor of French (QMUL)
Medieval Multiculturalism and Mancunian Monuments: Reviewing the Evolution of
a Library Exhibition
Kate Lowe, Professor of Renaissance History and Culture (QMUL)
Shaking hands with the devil: Reflections on encounters with four museums and
12.15-1.15: Lunch

1.15-2.45: Performative Engagement: Radio, TV and Theatre
Miri Rubin, Professor of Medieval and Early Modern History (QMUL)
The Middle ages: a Challenge to the Friendly Historian
Will Tosh, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Shakespeare’s Globe
Respondent: Tamara Atkin, Senior Lecturer in Renaissance Drama and Literature

2.45-3.15: Coffee break

3.15-5.00: The Media Perspective: Collaborating and Working with
Clare Whistler, Leverhulme Artist in Residence at QMUL 2013/14
Vessels of Tears
Michael Caines, English Literature and Digital Editor, Times Literary Supplement
Mukti Jain Campion, independent radio producer and founder of Culture Wise
What’s the Story?

Wine reception and continuing conversations

Published by James Alexander Cameron

I am an art historian working primarily on medieval parish church architecture. I completed my doctorate on sedilia in medieval England in 2015 at The Courtauld Institute of Art.

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