BAA Post-Graduate Conference – Saturday 23rd November 2019

Join us for the first British Archaeological Association Post-graduate Conference. We are excited to present a diverse conference which includes postgraduates and early career researchers in the fields of medieval history of art, architecture, and archaeology. The BAA postgraduate conference offers an opportunity for research students at all levels from universities across the UK andContinue reading “BAA Post-Graduate Conference – Saturday 23rd November 2019”

CFP: Durham University MEMSA Conference (July 2016)

MEMSA CONFERENCE 14-15 JULY 2016 MEMSA is pleased to announce its tenth annual conference on the theme of Identifying Identity: Ideas of Personal and Public Identity in the Medieval and Early Modern World. This interdisciplinary conference will invite postgraduate and early career researchers to speak on all aspects of identity. We welcome papers from all disciplinesContinue reading “CFP: Durham University MEMSA Conference (July 2016)”

CFP: Discipline and Excess (Cambridge Friday, April 15, 2016)

DISCIPLINE AND EXCESS A Graduate and Early Career Conference, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge Friday, April 15, 2016 CFP Deadline:  1st February 2016 We invite paper proposals for Discipline and Excess, a conference which seeks to consider questions relating to boundaries and their transgression until 1750. The theme invites diverse interpretations of “discipline”—moral, religious, cultural, aesthetic,Continue reading “CFP: Discipline and Excess (Cambridge Friday, April 15, 2016)”

CFP: Dialogue and Difference in the Middle Ages (University of Bristol, February 25-6, 2016)

Dialogue and Difference is an interdisciplinary conference bringing together scholars from all fields to explore the ways in which cultural, social, political, religious, scientific and intellectual exchange and interaction unfolded throughout the Middle Ages. Dialogues took place both across borderlines and within the heart of medieval societies, in monasteries, universities, courts and market places asContinue reading “CFP: Dialogue and Difference in the Middle Ages (University of Bristol, February 25-6, 2016)”