CRSBI lecture at Cardiff Archaeological Society, 19 October 2017 | CRSBI Training Session, Llandlaff Cathedral, 20 October 2017

Lecture: The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland: Achievements and Aspirations, Dr Ron Baxter FSA and Dr David Robinson FSA, Main Building, Cardiff University, Park Place, Cardiff CF10 3AT, Thursday 19 October 2017, 7.15pm This lecture will review CRSBI’s achievements to date, and outline aspirations for Wales, looking at Romanesque sculpture from across the country. TrainingContinue reading “CRSBI lecture at Cardiff Archaeological Society, 19 October 2017 | CRSBI Training Session, Llandlaff Cathedral, 20 October 2017”

Conference: Society, Rule and Their Representation in Medieval Britain (13-14 November 2014)

13-14 November 2014 German Historical Institute London • 17 Bloomsbury Square • London WC1A 2NJ ATTENDANCE IS FREE; THERE IS NO NEED TO REGISTER. Official page THURSDAY, 13 NOVEMBER 14:00-14:15 WELCOME 14:15-15:45 SESSION 1: IDENTITY (CHAIR: KATHERINE HARVEY, BIRKBECK) Torben Gebhardt (Münster): Self-Categorisation of Medieval Rulers between 1016-1138 – A Comparison between England and theContinue reading “Conference: Society, Rule and Their Representation in Medieval Britain (13-14 November 2014)”

Conference: The Augustinian Canons in Britain – Architecture, Archaeology, Art and Liturgy (Nov 7-9, 2014)

The Augustinian Canons in Britain – Architecture, Archaeology, Art, and Liturgy 1100-1540 Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford Fri 7 to Sun 9 Nov 2014 The Augustinian canons are very much the Cinderellas of medieval monastic history. In Britain, despite their prolific numbers, the not inconsiderable quantity and quality of their archives, and the fameContinue reading “Conference: The Augustinian Canons in Britain – Architecture, Archaeology, Art and Liturgy (Nov 7-9, 2014)”

Call for Papers: Writing Britain, 500-1500

Call for Papers: Writing Britain: 500-1500 University of Cambridge, Faculty of English, 30 June – 2 July 2014 Deadline: 20 February 2014 Writing Britain is a biennial event which aims to draw on a range of approaches and perspectives to exchange ideas about manuscript studies, material culture, multilingualism in texts and books, book history, readers, audienceContinue reading “Call for Papers: Writing Britain, 500-1500”