Job: Lectureship in Medieval History, UCL

UCL History is seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate to the post of  ‘Lectureship in Medieval History’. We welcome applications from scholars doing research of the highest quality and able to teach successfully at both undergraduate and taught graduate levels, and in due course to attract doctoral students. You will be expected to teach modulesContinue reading “Job: Lectureship in Medieval History, UCL”

1 year UCL Teaching Fellowship in Medieval History

UCL Department / Division History Location of position London Grade 7 Hours Full Time Salary (inclusive of London allowance) £38,581 per annum Duties and Responsibilities UCL History, which dates back to 1830, is consistently ranked as one of the best history departments in the world for quality of both its research and teaching. The Department seeks to appoint a Teaching Fellow,Continue reading “1 year UCL Teaching Fellowship in Medieval History”

UCL Lunch Hour Lecture: Medieval languages of persuasion

UCL Lunch Hour Lecture: Medieval languages of persuasion, 13:15 – 13:55 13 March 2014 Darwin Lecture Theatre, access via Malet Place | Darwin Building Gower St | London | WC1E 6BT | United Kingdom Admission: FREE Ticketing: Open Dr Antonio Sennis, UCL History Divine letters, supernatural visions and apocalyptic curses were often successfully employed by medievalContinue reading “UCL Lunch Hour Lecture: Medieval languages of persuasion”

“FLAWS” – Medieval Research Conference, University College London

“FLAWS” – Medieval Research Conference Hoccleve’s Regiment of Princes, BL MS Arundel 38, London Medieval Graduate Network, UCL, 29th May 2014 The London Medieval Graduate Network welcomes submissions for research papers on “Flaws” for its 2014 annual conference, hosted by UCL. This inter-disciplinary conference examines how deliberate or mistaken defects, errors, limitations and imperfections have beenContinue reading ““FLAWS” – Medieval Research Conference, University College London”

UCL Interdisciplinary Medieval and Renaissance Seminar

The next UCL IMARS Seminar will be held on Monday, 3 March with Prof. Peter Mack (Warburg) and Dr Dilwyn Knox (UCL) speaking. Their panel is entitled:  ‘Renaissance Philosophy and Rhetoric’. Please email for further information: alison.ray09@ucl.ac.uk UCL’s Medieval Interdisciplinary Seminar is a graduate-founded and run seminar which holds holds discussions across disciplines and departments, taking questions of Continue reading “UCL Interdisciplinary Medieval and Renaissance Seminar”