Exeter Medieval Seminar programme

The Exeter Medieval Seminar, sponsored by the Centre for Medieval Studies, will meet on Tuesdays, 4–5.30pm, Amory B143. The convenor is Dr Yolanda Plumley (y.m.plumley@exeter.ac.uk)

Jan 26 Uri Smilansky (Centre for Medieval Studies)

‘A Labyrinth of Spaces: Page, Performance and Music in Late Medieval French Culture’

Feb 16 Professor Anthony Musson (Department of Law)

‘Frankenstein’s Monster? Bringing Medieval and Early Tudor Lawyers to Life’

Mar 9 Tamsyn Rose-Steel (Centre for Medieval Studies)

‘From the Horse’s Mouth: the Use of Citation and the Vernacular in some Motets from the Roman de Fauvel’

The Nicholas Orme Lecture 2010

Wednesday, 31 March, Queens LT 1 at 4.30

Professor David D’Avray (UCL)

‘Medieval Marriage: Royal Annulments and Papal Dispensations’

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