Events

This page lists seminars, conferences and other events involving or of interest to CeSMA members, postgraduates and the wider public. Please contact Victoria Flood (v.flood@bham.ac.uk) to suggest items for inclusion.

Seminars

Forthcoming events

"The Online Piracy Act will take us back to the Dark Ages": Politics, Medievalism and Online Participatory Culture

"The Online Piracy Act will take us back to the Dark Ages": Politics, Medievalism and Online Participatory Culture
Date
01/11/2017
Description
Andrew Elliott (Lincoln) delivers the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages seminar.

Postgraduate showcase

Postgraduate showcase
Date
15/11/2017
Description
Georgina Fitzgibbon and Ian Styler (Birmingham) deliver the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages seminar.

Women's Literary Culture before the Conquest

Women's Literary Culture before the Conquest
Date
28/11/2017
Description
Diane Watt (Surrey) delivers the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages seminar.

Self, Personhood and Ego-history

Self, Personhood and Ego-history
Date
06/12/2017
Description
Joint CREMS, CeSMA and BRIHC event.

Self, Personhood, Ego-history: roundtable

Self, Personhood, Ego-history: roundtable
Date
06/12/2017
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society and BRIHC rountable featuring multiple speakers.

Annual Medieval and Early Modern lecture

Date
24/01/2018
Description
Speaker: Helen Cooper (University of Cambridge).

CeSMA Annual Lecture

CeSMA Annual Lecture
Date
09/05/2018
Description
Speaker: David Wallace (University of Pennsylvania)
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