Exhibition: Communities in Communication: Languages and Cultures in the Low Countries 1450-1530 (John Rylands Library)

The John Rylands Library is an extraordinary neo-Gothic building to which no tourist visit to Manchester is complete without. The architectural experience is supplemented by many fine exhibitions making use of its special collections, although due to their small, studious nature, they can often be overlooked. Communities in Communication is one such exhibition taking placeContinue reading “Exhibition: Communities in Communication: Languages and Cultures in the Low Countries 1450-1530 (John Rylands Library)”

British Archaeological Association March Lecture

Professor Thomas Coomans will give a lecture entitled ‘Late Medieval Beguinages in the Low Countries: A ‘Poor’ Architecture for Semi-Religious Women’ at 5.00 pm on Wednesday, 5 March at the Society of Antiquaries (Burlington House, Piccadilly, London). Tea is available from 4.30 pm. The lecture forms a part of the British Archaeological Association’s 2013-14 lecture series, and is open to all. Home

Call for Participants: Summer School: Court Residences as Places of Exchange (Utrecht 2014)

Call for Participants: Summer School: Court Residences as Places of Exchange in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (III) Utrecht, 30 June – 9 July 2014 Deadline: 1 March 2014 The call for participation is now open. Applications are invited by 1 March 2014. The summer school will focus on the late medieval and early modern EuropeanContinue reading “Call for Participants: Summer School: Court Residences as Places of Exchange (Utrecht 2014)”