Exeter Medieval Seminars

The Centre for Medieval Studies has announced its spring programme.  Unless specified, the seminars are held in Room MR1, Queen’s Building, Tuesdays at 4-5.30pm

All welcome – Convenor: Yolanda Plumley

3 February
Dr Angelo Mangini (Department of Modern Languages, Italian)
‘Hunting for the Fox. The Issue of Heresy in Dante’s Commedia’

17 February
Dr Flora Dennis (University of Sussex)
‘Listening to the Past: Sounds, Spaces and Objects in Late Medieval and Early Modern Italy’

Thursday 5 March – Queen’s Building Lecture Theatre 2, at 5.15pm
Professor Robert Bartlett (University of St Andrews)
‘Saint-Making in the Middle Ages’

17 March
Professor Andrew Butcher
‘Textual Production and Vernacular Behaviour in Late Medieval England’

28 April
Sjoerd Levelt (Warburg Institute, London)
‘’Writing Medieval Chronicles in the Age of Erasmus’

12 May
Naomi Howell (Centre for Medieval Studies)
‘Tombs in Twelfth-Century Romances of Antiquity: Origins, Ekphrasis, and the Other’

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