Sunday, 5 March 2017

New Seminar Series: Connecting 'Medieval' Worlds

A new medieval history and archaeology series, organized by University of Manchester students.

2017 Programme

16th March, 5-7pm: 'Rethinking the Urban Revolution in World History', Conrad Leyser (University of Oxford)
Room 4.211, University Place

30th March, 5-7pm: 'Options and Experiments: Defining the "Global Middle Ages"', Naomi Standen (University of Birmingham)
Room 4.211, University Place

18th May, 5-7pm: 'Wheat, Arms, and Secrets - Carlo II Toco and the Republic of Ragusa', Robin Shields (Royal Holloway); 'Declassifying Trade Systems in an International Era', Adam Simmons (University of Lancaster)
Room G006, Renold Building

15th June, 5.30-7.30pm: 'Sharing Spaces, Sharing Symbols: The Creation of Inbetween Identities in Moments of First Encounter in the New World', Claudia Rogers (University of Leeds); 'Ritual and Economy: Thinking Through a 12th C. Shrine from Northern Ghana', Holly Atkinson (University of Manchester)
Conference Room, The Graduate School, Ellen Wilkinson Building

Refreshments provided. All welcome. For more information, please email the seminar convenors.

1 comment:

  1. Great article, nice events to be happening in our city.