Event: London Medieval Society, “Postgraduates Present”, 10 May 2014

Date: 10 May 2014

Postgraduates Present, Lock Keeper’s Cottage, Mile End Campus, E1 4NS, Queen Mary, University of London

10.15-10.45 Registration and Welcome (Refreshments will be provided)

Panel 1 10.45-11.45

Aya Van Renterghem (Nottingham) ‘Runica Manuscripta: The Rocky Road to a Definition.’
Jen Bartlett (York) ‘A Ballistic Baby and a Monstrous Mother: Siege of Jerusalem’s Second Generation’.

Panel 2 11.45-12.45

Andrew Buck (QMUL) ‘A Latin Confraternity of the East? Some Reflections on the Influence of ‘Crusader’ Identity in the Principality of Antioch, ca.1130-ca.1193.’
Stephen Spenser (QMUL) ‘Tearful Crusaders: The Significance of Religious Weeping in a Crusading Context.’

Lunch 12.45-13.45 (Bring your own lunch. Refreshments will be provided)

13.45-14.15 AGM (All are welcome to attend)

Panel 3 14.15-15.45

Tamara Haddad (Kent) ‘Beyond the Pageant Wagon: Staging the York Corpus Christi Play’.
Hollie L. S. Morgan (York) ‘Making “an Honest Bed”: Practicality and Piety in the Late-Medieval English Chamber.’
David Harrap (QMUL) ‘The Smell of Salvation: Incense and the Eucharist in the Later Middle Ages.’

15.45-16.15 Refreshments

16.15-17.15 Colloquium Response from Dr Lawrence Warner (KCL) and Roundtable Discussion

17.15-18.15 Wine Reception

This Colloquium is free to members of the London Medieval Society. Annual membership costs £20.00 for three colloquia (£10.00 concessions). The cost per colloquium for non-members is £10 (£5.00 concessions).

For further details see http://www.the-lms.org/index.html 


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