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OXFORD CENTRE FOR MEDIEVAL HISTORY

Seminars in Medieval History

Convenors: Chris Wickham and Mark Whittow

Mondays at 5pm, Wharton Room, All Souls College. All are welcome.

WEEK 1 (23 April)
Mark Whittow
Territorial lordship and regional power in the age of Gregorian Reform: Matilda of Canossa and the Matildine lands

WEEK 2 (30 April)
Peter Biller
Bernard Gui, January 16, 1307

***Medieval Studies Lecture in the Examination Schools, 5.15pm***

WEEK 3 (7 May)
Paul Oldfield
A bridge to salvation and entrance to the Underworld: medieval southern Italy and pilgrimage

WEEK 4 (14 May)
Isaac Sastre
Architecture of power in the Asturian kingdom

WEEK 5 (21 May)
Rod Thomson
‘The Dane broke off his continuous drinking-bouts, the Norwegian left his diet of raw fish': William of Malmesbury on the Scandinavians

WEEK 6 (28 May)
John Pryor
Jacques Bongars, the Belli Sacri Historia and the early medieval historiography of the First Crusade

WEEK 7 (4 June)
NO SEMINAR

WEEK 8 (11 June)
Sara Gordon
Reading and imagining family life in later medieval Western Europe

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