Medieval and Renaissance Seminars at Southampton

The Southampton Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture has published its latest seminar programme. 

Seminars take place at 6pm on Mondays in room 2115, Avenue campus, unless otherwise stated. Wine and nibbles will be provided. For more information contact Dr Chris Briggs or Ms Louise Rayment.

Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture: Seminar Series.

Semester 1. Autumn-Winter 2009-2010

13 October Dr. Christopher Tyerman (Hertford College, Oxford)

‘How to plan a successful crusade’ (Joint with History seminar).

Venue: Lecture Theatre B. NB Tuesday seminar.

26 October Dr. Catherine Richardson (Kent)

‘Shipwrecked Twins and Death’s Head Rings: Twelfth Night and an Interdisciplinary History of Jewellery’

9 November Dr. Philip Schwyzer (Exeter)

‘Trophies, Traces, Relics and Props: The Untimely Objects of Richard III.’

23 November Dr Susanne Hakenbeck (Archaeology)

‘From Walhalla to Wagner (and back again): images of a Germanic past in Bavarian nationalism.’

7 December Dr Nicholas Karn (CMRC: History)

‘Law and archaism from the twelfth century to the nineteenth: the Leges Henrici Primi and its readers.’

11 January Professor Edward Chaney (Solent)

‘The Collector Earl of Arundel and the Obelisk of Domitian’

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