Event: Dublin Medieval Society lecture by Prof Victoria Burrus, 13 May 2013

Monday 13th  May 2013

Prof Victora Burrus, Drew University, NJ
(co-hosted with Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies, TCD)

‘Sanctity and gender in Late Antiquity’

Further information to follow.


The Dublin Medieval Society is a inter-disciplinary forum for the promotion of Medieval Studies. For over forty years it has held regular meetings at which Irish and international speakers discuss their latest research. The DMS collaborates with the Department of Medieval History and Department of History of Art, Trinity College as well as the Mícheál Ó Cléirigh Institute for the Study of Irish History and Civilisation, UCD to co-host events of mutual interest. Meetings of the Society are open to all and free of charge. The society receives no institutional funding and is dependent on the generosity of friends and supporters to maintain its programme. For further information about the Society contact a member of the committee (below) .

DMS Committee

Edward Coleman, School of History and Archives, UCD, (Secretary)

Catherine Lawless , Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies, School of Histories and Humanities, Trinity CollegeDublin

Jennifer Petire

Frances Narkiewicz, Chester Beatty Library

Jill Unkel, Chester Beatty Library

Danielle O’Toole


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