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Event: International Symposium Childhood and Adolescence in Anglo-Saxon England

Date: 20 June 2014

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Events: Anglo-Saxon & Medieval, Institute for English Studies, Senate House, London

The London Anglo-Saxon Symposium 2014: Religion and Beliefs: Saturday 15 March 2014: All Hallows By the Tower, Byward Street, London, EC3R 5BJ.  2pm – 6.30pm.  £12 standard; £6 students/concessions. The London Anglo-Saxon Symposium (LASS) aims to provide a forum for the multidisciplinary discussion of Anglo-Saxon topics in a relaxed and engaging atmosphere. LASS brings together internationally renowned experts and interested members of the public, an interaction that promises to be highly informative and enjoyable for everyone.  This year the Symposium will consider ‘Conversion to Christianity’ and ‘(Non-) Christian Culture in Anglo-Saxon England’. With an optional tour of Anglo-Saxon London from 11am.  For programme and booking see: http://www.ies.sas.ac.uk/events/ies-conferences/LASS2014

Guthlac of Crowland: Celebrating 1300 Years: Thursday 10 – Friday 11 April 2014: Institute of English Studies & Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, Malet St., London WC1E.  £65 standard; £45 speakers/students/concessions.

A two day International Conference dedicated to the life and cult of the medieval saint, Guthlac of Crowland, held on the feast day of the saint and its eve.  The conference’s speakers are a mix of established scholars and graduate students, drawn together with the object of examining the evidence for Guthlac, his life and cult, from many angles. Thus, a wide range of academic fields is represented: history, palaeography and diplomatics, literary studies, musicology, archaeology.  For more information, booking and speakers’ abstracts, please see: http://www.ies.sas.ac.uk/ies-conferences/Guthlac

The Annual Palaeography Lecture, by James Willoughby (New College, Oxford): ‘The Hand of Ralph of Coggeshall. Chronicle-Making in the Reign of King John’:  Thursday May 8 2014, Institute of English Studies, Senate House, Malet St., London WC1E.  6pm, The Chancellor’s Hall.  Free to attend but registration required.  Please email: iesevents@sas.ac.uk to reserve your seat.  An examination of how Ralph of Coggeshall created his chronicle by investigating manuscripts thought to be written in his own hand – and subsequently self-censored. Such insights have larger ramifications for the historiography of John’s reign.

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Event: Sixty Years of Language and History in Early Britain, Cambridge University, 6 Dec 2013

Sixty Years of Language and History in Early Britain,
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Event: Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World, Manchester, 10 – 11 Sept 2012

Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World
A two-day symposium – Manchester Metropolitan University

10-11 September, 2012

 

September 10 (Geoffrey Manton Building, All Saints Campus, MMU)

10.15am – Welcome and Coffee

10.45The Normans and the First Crusade

Paper 1: ‘Contesting the Holy Lance: Normans, Provencals, and the Materiality of Belief on the First Crusade’ – William J. Purkis (Birmingham)

Paper 2: ‘Overlapping Stories: St Evroul and the First Crusade in the Historia ecclesiastica of Orderic Vitalis’Daniel Roach (Exeter)

12.00 – Lunch

1.30Norman rulers and the crusading movement

Paper 1: [Title tbc] – William Aird (Edinburgh)

Paper 2: ‘Roger II and the Second Crusade’ – Jason Roche (MMU)

2.45 – tea and coffee

3.00Normandy, pilgrimage and chronicles

Paper 1: ‘The Landscape of Pilgrimage and Miracles in Norman Narrative Sources’ – Leonie Hicks (Southampton)

Paper 2: ‘Normans and Normannitas in the crusade history of Baudri of Bourgueil’ – Natasha Hodgson (Nottingham Trent)

4.15 – conclusion


September 11
(Geoffrey Manton Building, All Saints Campus, MMU)

9.00 – Coffee

9.30Anglo-Normans on Pilgrimage and Crusade

Paper 1: ‘The Norman influence on Crusaders from Britain and Ireland’ – Kathryn Hurlock (MMU)

Paper 2: ‘The Pilgrimage and Crusading activities of the Anglo-Norman Earls of Chester’ – Andrew Abram (Lampeter)

10.45 – tea and coffee

11.00The Normans, crusade and conquest in the Mediterranean

Paper 1: ‘The Miracle of Intervention of Saints in the Battle of Antioch in the Context of Norman-Byzantine Relations’ – Elizabeth Lapina (Durham)

Paper 2: ‘Norman and Anglo-Norman Participation in the Iberian Reconquista Before and After the First Crusade’ – Lucas Villegas-Aristizabal (Richmond)

12.15 – lunch

1.45 – 2.15 – Round Table

*Attendance at the symposium is free for all, but places must be reserved in advance. If you would like to attend please email Dr Kathryn Hurlock (k.hurlock@mmu.ac.uk) or Dr Paul Oldfield (p.oldfield@mmu.ac.uk) by August 10th.

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JUNE 2012

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1 June 2012

Deadline for proposals:Romance: Places, Times, Modes, University College Cork.

2 June 2012

Medieval Warfare: Laws & Limits, St Andrews.

3 – 5 June 2012

Writing Europe before 1450, University of Bergen.

5 – 8 June 2012

Constructing interstitial heritage, Sweden.

8 – 9 June 2012

Medievalism Transformed, Bangor University, 8 – 9 Jun 2012.

11 – 13 Jun 2012

XII International Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica, Helsinki.

21 -23 June 2012

Insular Books: Vernacular Miscellanies in Late Medieval Britain.

24 – 27 June 2012

Summer School on Christian Apocryphal Literature, Strasbourg.

27 J- 28 une 2012

CLARIN-D M12 Workshop, Germany.

30 June 2012

Deadline for proposals: Tenth workshop on Early Modern Germany, German Historical Institute, London, 26th Oct 2012.

Deadline for proposals: Letters between Mothers and Daughters, c. 1200 to the present, Italy, Apr 2013.

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MAY 2012

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1 May 2012

Deadline for proposals: Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 5 – 7 Oct 2012.

3 May 2012

‘Making the medieval past’, Lecture Series, TCD.

3 – 6 May 2012

2012 Symposium on East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, University of Arizona.

4 May 2012

Medieval artefacts; making and meaning, TCD, 4 May 2012.

4 – 5 May 2012

Gender & Transgression in the Middle Ages, St Andrews.

7 May 2012

Deadline for proposals:  ‘Revolutionizing Early Modern Studies?’, University of Oxford, 17-18 Sept 2012.

9 May 2012

‘Livestock parks in the Lorships of Gaelic Ireland’, Longroom Hub, TCD.

10 May 2012

Lecture, Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, King’s College London.

10 – 12 May 2012

Popular Culture Association of Canada, 2nd Annual Conference.

11 May 2012

‘Me fieri fecit: owners, donors and patrons in medieval art, University of Kent.

11 – 12 May 2012

‘The Life and Writings of Helen Waddell (1889–1965)’, Queen’s University.

15 May 2012

Deadline for proposals: ‘Music and Theology in the European Reformations’, KULeuven, 19 – 21 Sept 2012.

16 – 18 May 2012

Art of the Global Middle Ages, University of Edinburgh.

17 May 2012

Lecture: ‘1185: an English perspective’, Dublin Medieval Society.

‘The Lords Baltimore in Seventeenth-Century Ireland and Newfoundland’, Dublin.

18 May 2012

Closing date for proposals: Medievalism Transformed, Bangor University, 8 – 9 Jun 2012.

Sex and the Sacred, King’s College London.

19 May 2012

Friends of Medieval Dublin, 14th Symposium, TCD.

25 May 2012

Maps and Texts: using the Irish Historic Towns Atlas.

UCC/DAH Digital Humanities Lecture, University College Cork.

26 May 2012

Medical Prognosis in the Middle Ages, Royal Holloway, University College London.

31 May 2012

Literature and Religion: a symposium in honour of Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, TCD.

Deadline for proposals: Revenge and Gender, University of Bristol, 5 – 6 Sept 2012

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MARCH 2012

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1 March 2012

Closing date for proposals: Norse in the North, Durham University, 28 Apr 2012.

5 March 2012

Spaces of Knowledge, HSTMI, Queen’s University.

8 – 9 March 2012

Dante and Heterodoxy, New York.

 8 – 11 March 2012

34th CSANA, UCLA.

14 March 2012

Prof Michael Baillie, ‘Making the rings count’, UCC.

15 March 2012

Dr Jennifer O’Reilly, ‘Inscribed images and inspired scribes’, the John Coffin Memorial Annual Palaeography Lecture, Institute of English Studies, Senate House, London.

15 – 16 March 2012

‘Early Modern India: Politics, Philosophy and Representation’, Dublin.

16 March 2012

Deadline for proposals: Medieval and Early Modern Cultural Appropriations, University of Western Australia, 17 – 18 Aug 2012.

17 March 2012

Simon of Genoa’s Medical Lexicon, Royal Holloway.

Hear St Patrick in his own words, St Patrick’s Cathedral.

22 March 2012

‘Shakespeare Bites Back’, UCC.

23 March 2012

Mícheál Ó Cléirigh SymposiumFrom Ireland outwards: interactions between Ireland & western Christendom in the late medieval period, University College Cork.

24 – 25 March 2012

The Óenach in early medieval Ireland, UCC.

27 March 2012

Monsignor Patrick J. Corish Lecture, Maynooth.

30 March 2012

Deadinline for proposals: 26th Irish Conference of Medievalists, UCD, 5 – 7 Jul 2012.

30 March – 1 April 2012

21st Annual Conference for the Society of Name Studies, Galway.

31 March 2012

Deadline for proposals: Transmission, Translation and Dissemination in the European Middle Ages, UCC, 28 – 29 Sept 2012.

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FEBRUARY 2012

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1 February 2012

DHO Digital Humanities Tech Skills Workshop, RIA.

Closing date for proposals: Art of the Global Middle Ages, University of Edinburgh, 16-18 May 2012.

Closing date for proposals: Constructing interstitial heritage, Sweden, 5 – 8 Jun 2012.

11 February 2012

Language: contact and change, Viking Society for Northern Research Student Conference, University of Glasgow.

17 February 2012

Closing date for proposals: Rags & Riches: Dress & Dress Accessories in Social Context, University of Reading, 21 Apr 2012.

Closing date for proposals: Medieval artefacts; making and meaning, TCD, 4 May 2012.

24 February 2012

Closing date for proposals: Postgraduate Forum for the History of Medicine, Swansea University, 18 – 19 April 2012.

29 February 2012

Closing date for proposals: Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig, University of Glasgow, 21 – 23 Aug 2012.

George Petrie: Artist & Antiquarian, National Library.

Closing date for proposals: XII International Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica, Helsinki, 11 – 13 Jun 2012.

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JANUARY 2012

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1o January 2012

Dr Francis Ludlow, ‘Documenting a Millennium of Extreme Weather in Ireland’, Dept Archaeology UCC Lunchtime Seminar Series.

18 January 2012

Dr Conor Kostick, ‘Crusade & Massacre’, UCC Historical Society Lecture.

24 January 2012

Professor Corinna Salvadori Lonergan (TCD) – ‘Dante, Beckett and St. Erkenwald in Limbo’, Dante Public Lecture Series, UCC.

26 January 2012

Heritage as an engine of growth in mid-sized towns, Dublin.

27 January 2012

Books and their readers in Anglo-Saxon England, University of Leiden.

31 January 2012

Closing date for proposals: Amsterdam, a centre of religious Iberian polemics, rivalries, & encounters, Jul 2012.

Closing date for proposals: Writing Europe before 1450, University of Bergen, 3-5 June 2012.

Closing date for proposals: 2012 Symposium on East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, 3-6 May 2012.

Closing date for proposals: Oxford/Cambridge International Chronicles Symposium, 5-7 July 2012.

Closing date for proposals: Popular Culture Association of Canada, 2nd Annual Conference, 10-12 May 2012.

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DECEMBER 2011

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1 December 2011

Deadline for proposals: North American Society for 17th Century French Literature Conference, Vanderbilt University, 25 – 27 May 2012.

Deadline for proposals: Medieval and Renaissance Teaching Conference, Tennesse, 16 – 17 Mar 2012.

3 – 4 December 2011

5th International ‘Disease, Disability and Healing’ workshop, University of Nottingham.

6 December 2011

Frank Davis Memorial Lecture, Courtauld London.

8 December 2011

Rediscovering Colour in Early Modern Printmaking, ca 1400-1700, Cambridge.

9 December 2011

Hiram Morgan, ‘Sir Francis Bacon’, Ó Cléirigh Institute, UCD.

 13 December 2011

‘Historic rural landscapes in Italy’, Long Room Hub, TCD.

15 December 2011

Deadline for proposals: Markets, Law, and Ethics, Sheffield, 22 – 24 June 2012.

Deadline for proposals: 10th Annual Comitatus Graduate Conference on Medieval Studies, 24 – 25 Feb 2012.

Mark Clinton, ‘Linn Duachaill’, RSAI.

15 – 16 December 2011

Editing Historical Mathematics, All Soul’s College, Oxford.

16 December 2011

Princes Consort in History, IHR, London.

31 December 2011

Deadline for proposals: Cultures of conflict resolution in early modern Europe, University of Cambridge, 4 May 2012.

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November 2011

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4 – 5 November 2011

IAI Autumn Conference: Heritage Tourism & Archaeology, Cork.

5 November 2011

 Thirteenth Annual Irish Texts Society Seminar, UCC.

Irish Renaissance Seminar, UCD.

6 November 2011

Deadline for proposals: Erotica and the Erotic in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, Arizona, 16-18 February 2012.

11 November 2011

Power and Sacred in the Medieval World, University of Leicester.

Crisis and recovery: church and society in 12th-century Ireland, Cashel.

12 November 2011

The Winter’s Tale – Symposium, University of Liverpool.

11 – 13 November 2011

Imbas: Medieval Postgraduate Conference, NUIG. 

Crisis and recovery: church and society in 12th-century Ireland, Cashel.

12 November 2011

The Winter’s Tale Symposium, University of Liverpool.

12 – 14 November 2011

Inarticulacy: An Interdisciplinary Early Modern Conference, University of California, Berkeley.

14 – 16 November 2011

16th International Conference on Cultural Heritage & New Technologies, Vienna.

17 – 19 November 2011

Sport in the Early Modern Culture, German Historical Institute London.

21 November 2011

Digital or critical/Digital and critical?, Leuven.

Clare Dowham, ‘Viking ethnicities’, UCC Historical Society, UCC.

22 November 2011

The Notary’s Tale, Tales of Medieval Dublin, Wood Quay Civic Offices, Dublin.

28 – 29 November 2011

Tools for Digital Scholarly Editions, Cologne. 

29 November 2011

David Griffiths, Settlement under the Sand: Orkney, UCC.

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October 2011

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October 2011

Deadline for proposals: 11th International Conference on Urban History Cities & Societies in Comparative Perspective, Prague, 29 Aug -1 Sep 2012.

5 – 7 October 2011

Bergen Shakespeare Research Network, UCC.

6 – 8 October 2011

‘Matter of Faith’ Conference, British Museum.

October 2011

‘Medivel women in truth and legend’, Cardiff Universtiy.

7 – 8 October 2011

Irish Federation of University Women Conference, Cork.

7 – 9 October 2011

Conflict Archaeology Postgraduate Conference, Glasgow.

7 – 9 October 2011

Battlefield Archaeology Postgraduate Conference, University of Glasgow.

11 October 2011 

Tales of Medieval Dublin, Wood Quay, Dublin.

13 October 2011 

Revealing the Past, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.

14 October 2011

John Gillis, TCD, ‘The Faddan More Psalter: recovery & conservation of an eighth-century manuscript’, Mícheál Ó Cleirigh Seminar, UCD.

15 October 2011

29th Annual Illinois Medieval Association Conference, 17-18 February 2012.

21 October 2011

Damian McManus, TCD, ‘The sanctification of Niall Frosach: an exercise in clerical propaganda’, Mícheál Ó Cleirigh Seminar, UCD.

22 October 2011

4th Scottish Theoretical Archaelogy Group, University of Glasgow.

Book of Lismore Colloquium, University College Cork.

22 – 23 October 2011

Cosmopolitanism and Culture: The Role of the Spa as an International Institution, Medieval to Modern, Bath Spa University.

The Experience of Technology’, Scottish Archaeological Forum Conference.

Viking Exhibition and Conference, County Museum Dundalk.

26 October 2011

17th Meeting Environmental History Network, TCD.

29 October 2011

Ergodos, All the ends of the Earth, Project Arts Centre.

Yorkshire Place-names in the Early Middle Ages, York.

 

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September 2011

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Deadline for proposals: Inarticulacy: An Interdisciplinary Early Modern Conference, University of California, Berkeley, 12 – 13 Nov 2011.

Deadline for proposals: 33rd Medieval Colloquium of the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, 2 – 3 Mar, 2012. 

1 – 2 September 2011

Religion, Toleration and Coexistence: an historical dialogue, UCD Humanities Institute symposium.

2 – 3 September 2011

Culture, Identity and Power: Tudor & Stuart Ireland, UCD.

5 September 2011

‘Digital Resources for Palaeography’ Symposium, King’s College London.

‘Dublin – Renaissance City of Literature’, Marsh’s Library, Dublin.

5 – 7 September 2011

Intellectual Geography: Comparative Studies, 1550-1700, University of Oxford.

8 – 9 September 2011

The Prelate in Late Medieval and Reformation England, University of Liverpool.

 12 -13 September 2011

Palaeography and Manuscript-based Research: Postgrad Workshop, UCC.

15 September 2011

Deadline for proposals: The Royal Body, Royal Holloway, University of London, 2-5 April 2012.

Deadline for proposals: New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Florida, 8 – 10 Mar, 2012.

16 September 2011

20 September 2011

‘The Archdeacon’s Tale’, Tales of Medieval Dublin, Wood Quay.

Deadline for proposals: Society for Renaissance Studies, 5th Biennial Conference, University of Manchester, 9 – 11 July 2012.

23 September 2011

 The Court and the Hunt, London.

26 September 2011

Deadline for proposals: 2012 ASSC Graduate Student Conference at Berkeley: “Philology”, 25 Feb 2012.

26 – 30 September 2011

Summer School, Study of Historical Manuscripts, University of Zadar, 26 – 30 Sept 2011.

30 September 2011

Deadline for proposals: Imbas, NUIG, 11 – 13 Nov 2011.

Deadline for proposals: Romance in Medieval Britain, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, 24-26 March 2012.

Deadline for proposals: Religious Men in the Middle Ages, University of Huddersfield, 6 – 8 Jul 2012.

Deadline for proposals: 5th International ‘Disease, Disability and Healing’ workshop, University of Nottingham, 3 – 4 Dec 2011.

Deadline for proposals: Romance in Medieval Britain, Oxford, 24-26 March 2012.

 

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July 2011

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1 July 2011

Book Encounters, 1500-1750, Bath Spa University.

Deadline for proposals: 4th Scottish Theoretical Archaelogy Group, University of Glasgow, 22 Oct 2011

Deadline for proposals: Battlefield Archaeology Postgraduate Conference, University of Glasgow, 7-9 Oct 2011.

6 – 7 July 2011

Manchester Medieval Postgraduate Conference, Education and Ignorance: The Use of Knowledge in the Medieval World, 550-1550.

8 July 2011

Medieval Furness: Texts and Contexts, Abbey House Hotel, Barrow-in-Furness.

12 July 2011

Tales of Medieval Dublin, Wood Quay Venue, Dublin.

15 July 2011

Communities in Early Modern Europe-big and small societies, c,1500-1800, University of Shefield.

 18 – 22 July 2011

The Crusades, Islam and Byzantium: An Interdisciplinary Workshop and Conference, German Historical Institute.

 18 – 23 July 2011

Summer School in Medieval Codicology & Palaeography, Budapest.

18 – 29 July 2011

Summer School, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute of Advanced Study. 

28 July  – 1 August 2011

Battle Conferencec on Anglo-Norman Studies, University of York.

29 July  – 31 July 2011

Agricultural History Society of Ireland, Annual Conference 2011, UCC.

30 July 2011

Deadline for proposals: Early Modern Seminar Series, History & Anthropology, Queen’s University Belfast

31 July 2011

Deadline for proposals: The Winter’s Tale Symposium, University of Liverpool, 12 Nov 2011.

Deadline for proposals: New Scholar Program, Bibliographical Society of America.

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June 2011

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3 June 2011

Textual Afterlives, Long Room Hub, TCD.

Ireland, the Meditterranean and book culture 1607-1810, UCD.

6 June 2011

Summer School, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, (Courses run until 15th July 2011).

Deadline for proposals: 16th International Conference on Cultural Heritage & New Technologies, Vienna, 14 – 16 November 2011.

7 June 2011

Prof Schilling, ‘Religion & migration in early modern Europe’, UCD.

7 – 8 June 2011

Historic Libraries in Context, University of Ulster.

11 – 12 June 2011

Beast in the Anglo-Saxon World, Institute of Archaeology, UCL.

17 June 2011

Medievalism Transformed: Texts and Territories in the Middle Ages, Bangor University.

17 – 19 June 2011

‘Death and Dying’: 13th Irish Conference of Historians, NUI Maynooth.

23 – 24 June 2011

Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Discussion Group at Durham.

24- 26 June 2011

‘Empowerment and the Sacred’, University of Leeds.

The 25th Irish Conference of Medievalists, NUIG.

27 June 2011

 International Greek and Latin Summer School, UCC, 27 June – 18 August 2011.

29 June 2011

Representations of Scottish Authority to 1603: Intentions & Use, University of Stirling.

30 June – 2 July 2011

‘Ordo’, The International Medieval Society, Paris.

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May 2011

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4 May 2011

St Catherine of Siena Conference, University of Bristol.

6 May 2011

Deadline for proposals: Representations of Scottish Authority to 1603: Intentions & Use, University of Stirling, 29 Jun 2011.

6 – 7 May 2011

Metahistory Conference, UCC.

13 May 2011

HII Masterclass on Early Modern Sermons, UCD.

14 May 2011

Irish Renaissance Society, University of Ulster (Belfast Campus).

14 May 2011

Deadline for proposals: ‘Other Antiquities’, RSA Washington, D.C., 22 – 24 Mar 2012.

17 – 18 May 2011

Myths, Legends and Folklore, Cardiff University Posgrads.

20 May 2011

Irish Historic Towns Atlas Seminar, RIA.

21 May 2011

Friends of Medieval Dublin, 13th Medieval Dublin Symposium.

 Tolkien and Wales – a celebration, Cardiff University.

24 May 2011

15th Meeting of the Irish Enviromental History Network, TCD.

25 – 28 May 2011

The European Middle Ages in Global Entanglement. Integrative and Disintegrative Effects of Migrations, Berlin.

26 May 2011

Irish Protestant Identities, UCC.

27 – 28 May 2011

Women’s History Association of Ireland, 2011 Conference, UCC.

30 May – 1 June 2011 

Nature, Norms and Ethics; The Order of Nature and Natural Law(s) in the later Middle Ages, Paris.

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April 2011

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2 April 2011

Early Modern Townhouses of Kilkenny, Kilkenny.

3  April 2011

The Medieval Office for St Canice, Kilkenny.

6 – 9 April 2011

Old and New Worlds, International Congress of Early Modern Archaeology, Lisbon.

9 April 2011

Care, Cures and Charms: Health Provision in Medieval and Early Modern Ireland, UCD.

15 April 2011

Deadline for proposals: Digital Classist Seminars, London, June-August 2011.

Medievalism Transformed: Texts and Territories in the Middle Ages, Bangor University, 17 Jun 2011.

Deadline for proposals: Women’s History Association of Ireland, 2011 Conference, UCC, 27 – 28 May.

15 – 16 April 2011

Borderlines XV Graduate Conference in Medieval Studies, UCC.

18 – 19 April 2011

Childhood in Irish Society: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Mater Dei Institute.

29 April 2011

Deadline for proposals: Cosmopolitanism and Culture: The Role of the Spa as an International Institution, Medieval to Modern, 22-23 Oct 2011.

Deadline for proposals: Culture, Identity and Power: Tudor & Stuart Ireland, UCD, 2-3 September 2011.

29 April – 1 May 2011

Midlands Viking Symposium, Dublin.

Saints and Sacred Matter: The Cult of Relics in Byzantium and beyond, Dumbarton Oaks, 29 Apr – 1 May 2011.

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March 2011

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1 March 2011

Deadline for submissions to: Aigne, Graduate Journal of the College of Arts, UCC.

4 – 6 March 2011

Medieval Buttevant, Cork.

 AYIA Annual Conference, UCD.

9 March 2011

Deadline for proposals: Early Medieval Archaeology Student Symposium, University of Glasgow, 25 – 27 May 2011.

10 March 2011

Opening of Borderland Exhibition & Lecture, Clare Museum.

12 March 2011

Medieval Shakespeare: The Cultural Politics of Periodisation, Birkbeck College.

Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient History, UCL.

17 March 2011

Prof. Dr Wendy Davies, ‘Watermills and cattle-standards’, H.M. Chadwick Memorial Lecture, Cambridge. 

19 March 2011

Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas, University of Cambridge. 

22 March 2011

Prof Lucy Sandler, ‘The Bohuns & their Books’, Trinity Long Room Hub, 22 Mar 2011.

Deadline for proposals: Myths, Legends and Folklore, Cardiff University Posgrads, 17 – 18 May.

23 March 2011

Dr Jason Harris, ‘Ireland’s Lost Renaissance’, Ad Fontes Project, UCC, 23 Mar 2011.

24 March 2011

Filming the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, (7 week film course), TCD.

24 – 25 March 2011

God’s word in English: the King James version as Translation, Belguim.

26 March 2011

The Wars of the Roses: Society at War in the 15th Century, Tower of London.

28 – 29 March 2011

Ottoman-European Exchanges in Commerce, Finance and Culture, c.1450-c.1914, Newnham College.2

29 March 2011

Dr David Lederer, ‘Welfare Land’: Johannes Eberlin von Guenzburg and The Reformation of Folly’, Maynooth Medieval and Renaissnace Forum, Lecture Series, NUIM. 

30 March 2011

Deadline for proposals: Manchester Medieval Postgraduate Conference, Education and Ignorance: The Use of Knowledge in the Medieval World, 550-1550, 6 -7 July 2011.

Prof George Huxley, ‘Isaac Newton on Ancient Wisdom’, Classics Guest Lecture, UCC.

P. Anadan, Capturing and Experiencing Cultural Heritage in Digital Form, Trinity Long Room Hub.

Dr Marion Bowman, ‘From Celtic Christianity to Protestant Pilgrimage’, UCC.

 31 March 2011

International Hug a Medievalist Day, Worldwide Event!!

30 March – 2 April 2011

 Scotland and Beyond: Early Medieval Carved Stones Conference, University of Edinburgh.

 

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Event: February 2011

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1 February 2011

Deadline for proposals: Founding Conference, European Consortium for Humanities Institutes & Centres, TCD, 23-25 Feb 2011.

Prof Catherine O’Brien, ‘Dante and Cacciaguida’, Dante Public Lecture Series, UCC.

Dr. Tomás Ó Carragáin, Patterns of Patronage: Early Medieval Churches and Round Towers in the Limerick Region, Limerick’s Built Heritage Lecture Series 2011, (Woodlands Hotel Adare).

4 February 2011

Ecclesiastical History Society Postgraduate Colloquium, University of Manchester.

Dr Ian Campbell, UCD, ‘Aristotelianism and ethnicity before race: politics, medicine and genealogy in 17th-century Ireland’, Mícheál Ó Cléirigh Seminars, UCD.    

5 February 2011

16th Annual Medieval Postgraduate Colloquium: The Medieval Copy, Courtauld Institute.

7 February 2011

Prof. Euan K. Cameron, ‘Cosmic Time and the Theological View of World History’, The Monsignor Patrick J. Corish Lecture, Maynooth.

8 February 2011

Professor John C. Barnes, ‘Dante and War’, Dante Public Lecture Series, UCC.

11 February 2011

Book Launch: Dr Darren McGettigan, The Donegal Plantation and the Tír Chonaill Irish, 1610-1710, Maynooth University.

14 February 2011

Calligraphy Workshops, Crawford Gallery, Cork.

15 February 2011

Dr Daragh O’Connell, ‘Dante’s Silent Ship’, Dante Public Lecture Series, UCC.

Conflict and Cohesion: The Literature of Jewry in Medieval Europe, University College London.

Deadline for applications: Summer School in Medieval Codicology & Palaeography, Budapest, July 2011.

 16 February 2011

 17 February 2011

Calligraphy Workshops, Crawford Gallery, Cork.

18 February 2011

Re-envisioning Ráith Bressail, 1111-2011, UCD.

 19 February 2011

Calligraphy Workshops, Crawford Gallery, Cork.

20 February 2011

Deadline for proposals: Empowerment and the Sacred, University of Leeds, 24-26 Jun 2011.

 22 February 2011

Prof Terence O’Reilly, ‘Dante and Beatrice’, Dante Public Lecture Series, UCC.

23 -25 February 2011

Founding Conference, European Consortium for Humanities Institutes & Centres, TCD.

25 – 27 February 2011

Irish History Students Association Conference, UCC.

 26 February 2011

The Cambridge Colloquium in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic: “Colliding Worlds”.

28 February 2011

Deadline for proposals: The 25th Irish Conference of Medievalists, NUIG, 24-26 June 2011.

Deadline for proposals: Approaches to Ancient Medicine, University of Exeter, 22-23 August 2011.

Frank Coyne, ‘Archaeology and the Blaskets’, UCC Archaeological Society.

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Event: Book Launch, The Donegal Plantation and the Tír Chonaill Irish, 1610-1710, Dr Darren McGettigan

Date: Friday February 11 2011

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