Seminar: Laura Slater ‘Talking Back to Power? Art and Political Opinion in Early Fourteenth-Century England’ 29 June 2016

The Murray Seminar on Medieval and Renaissance Art ‘Spin’ and reputation management were an established part of medieval politics. Laura Slater explores the role of art and architecture in challenging political ideas and opinions in early fourteenth-century England, focussing on the activities of Queen Isabella of France during the 1320s. Successful in invading England, deposingContinue reading “Seminar: Laura Slater ‘Talking Back to Power? Art and Political Opinion in Early Fourteenth-Century England’ 29 June 2016”