Event: ‘1185: an English perspective’, Dublin Medieval Society, 17 May 2012

Thursday 17 May
Stephen Church (University of East Anglia)
‘ 1185: an English perspective’

Long Room Hub , Trinity College,  7pm

Professor Church’s research  concentrates on issues surrounding kingship and the exercise of royal power in the twelfth century, particularly in relation to King John of England. His  many publications  in  this area include The Household Knights of King John, ( Cambridge, 1999), King John . New interpretations (Woodbridge, 1999) and most recently an article on the last days of the reign  in English Historical Review (2010). He has also published translations of key  texts for the study of medieval English political and institutional history  such as Dialogus De Scaccario: The Dialogue of the Exchequer, and Constitutio Domus Regis: the Disposition of the Royal Household (Oxford, 2007)

For further information about  the Dublin Medieval Society contact a member of the committee (below).

DMS committee

Edward Coleman, School of History and Archives,  UCD, (Secretary)
edward.coleman@ucd.ie

Jennifer Petrie
jenniferpetrie@eircom.net

Catherine Lawless, Department of History, University of Limerick,
catherine.lawless@ul.ie

Frances Narkiewicz, School of Histories and Humanities, Trinity College Dublin
narkiewf@tcd.ie

Jill Unkel, School of Histories and Humanities, Trinity College Dublin
unkelj@tcd.ie

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