Seminars

This page lists the posts I have written about seminars I’ve been to. I add a post to this list when it moves off the front page of the blog. Here they are:

    Summer 2007

  1. Richard Sharpe, “King Harold’s daughter”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London, & Ros Faith, “Lincolnshire Liquidity before the Conquest”, Departmental Seminar, Fitzwilliam Museum Department of Coins & Medals
  2. Charles West, “Thiefs and Vassals”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  3. Jonathan Jarrett, “Neo-Goths, Mozarabs and Kings: chronicles versus charters in tenth-century León”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  4. Jonathan Jarrett, “Currency change in pre-millennial Catalonia: coinage, counts and economics”, Departmental Seminar, Fitzwilliam Museum Department of Coins & Medals
  5. Elisabeth Zadora-Rio, speaking on parishes in France from eighth to eighteenth century (exact title not available), IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  6. David Pratt, “The Political Thought of King Alfred the Great”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  7. Susan Reynolds, “Modern problems with medieval communities”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  8. Autumn 2007

  9. Sinead O’Sullivan, “Why Did The Carolingians Read Martianus Capella?” & Hilary Powell, “Landscapes of Legend: folklore in Anglo-Latin hagiography”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  10. Thomas Owen Clancy, “The churches of the Picts: when, where and what were they for?”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  11. Janet Nelson, “Spades and Lies? Interdisciplinary encounters”, joint meeting of IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar and University College London Institute of Archaeology Joint Seminars in Early Medieval Studies with the British Museum, London
  12. Hugh Kennedy, “Landed Estates and Incomes in the Early Islamic World”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  13. Caroline Goodson, “The Vassals’ Post-Holes: living in medieval Villa Magna”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  14. Steven Baxter, “The Earls of Mercia: Lordship and Power in Late Anglo-Saxon England”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  15. Peter Heather, “Vandal religious policy under Geneseric”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  16. Tom Brown, “Life after Byzantium: Ravenna and its hinterland in the Carolingian and Ottonian periods”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  17. Spring 2008

  18. Mark Handley, “Easterners in the West: the Who, Where, When, Why, and How Many?”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  19. Nicholas Brooks, “Archbishop Æthelnoth ‘the Good’ and his knights: feudal origins revisited”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  20. Neil Middleton, “Early Medieval Tolls and the Coinages of North-West Europe”, Departmental Seminar, Fitzwilliam Museum Department of Coins & Medals
  21. Janet Nelson, “Charlemagne Revisited”, London Society for Medieval Studies, London
  22. Sarah Foot, “Should King Æthelstan Get a Life?”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  23. Chris Wickham, “Getting justice in twelfth-century Rome”, joint meeting of the IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar and the London Society for Medieval Studies, London, and Stephen White, “A Paranoid Style in Medieval Political Culture? The Taste for Legal Melodrama in 12th- and early 13th-century France and England”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  24. Summer 2008

  25. Charles Insley, “Kings, Lords, Charters and the Political Culture of Twelfth-Century Wales”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  26. Stefan Patzold, “Educating the clergy: rural priests and their knowledge in Carolingian Francia”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  27. Wendy Davies, “Disputes and disputing in early medieval Spain: some comparisons with Wales and Brittany”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  28. Autumn 2008

  29. Ann Williams, “The World Before Domesday: The English Aristocracy 871-1066”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  30. Charlotte Roueché, “Late Antique Ephesus: Walking the Streets”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  31. Chris Wickham, “Problems with the Dialogue between Medieval Historians and Medieval Archaeologists”, Sir David Wilson Lecture, joint meeting of IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar and University College London Institute of Archaeology Joint Seminars in Early Medieval Studies with the British Museum, London
  32. Michael Wood, “Cholans and West Saxons: kingship and court culture in tenth-century England and India”, University College London Medieval Interdisciplinary Seminar, London
  33. Martin Carver, “What were they thinking? Some reflections on the archaeology of Christianization”, Cambridge Late Antique Network Seminar, Cambridge
  34. Erik Niblaeus, “The Småland Breviary Fragments: a liturgical mystery from twelfth-century Sweden”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  35. Hugh Kennedy, “Continuity and Change through the early Muslim Conquests”, Cambridge Late Antique Network Seminar, Cambridge
  36. Conrad Leyser, “Law, Memory and the Priestly Office in the West before the Millennium”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  37. Chris Wickham, “The Culture of the Public: assembly politics and the ‘feudal revolution’”, Creighton Lecture, Institute of Historical Research, London
  38. Janet Nelson, “Bits and Pieces: why historians should think about small metal objects from the ninth century”, Cambridge Late Antique Network Seminar, Cambridge
  39. Maximilian Diesenberger, “Christianizing Bavaria in the reign of Charlemagne”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  40. Spring 2009

  41. Sally Harvey, “Domesday Book: an inquest of sheriffs?”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  42. Peter Heather, “Predatory Migration and the First Millennium”, Cambridge Late Antique Network Seminar, Cambridge
  43. Wendy Davies, “What Can We Say About Local Priests in Northern Spain before the Year 1000?”, London Society for Medieval Studies, London
  44. Celia Chazelle, “Why is this Feast different from all other Feasts? Eucharistic ritual and belief in early medieval societies”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  45. Helen Foxhall Forbes, “Gone but not Forgotten: Anglo-Saxon charters, Purgatory and Commemoration of the Dead”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  46. Leif Petersen, “Siege warfare in the seventh century”, Cambridge Byzantine Seminar
  47. Eamon Duffy & David d’Avray, “Mary Douglas among the Medievalists”, University College London Medieval Interdisciplinary Seminar, London
  48. Simon Keynes, “The Cult of Edward the Martyr in the Reign of King Æthelred ‘the Unready'”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  49. Summer 2009

  50. Andrew Reynolds, “Assembly Sites and the Emergence of Supra-local Communities in Early Kent”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  51. Chris Wickham, “Social Change (and Complexity) in Early Medieval Rome, 700-1000”, Cambridge Late Antique Network Seminar, Cambridge
  52. Rory Naismith, “Kings, Moneyers and Currency in Southern England, c. 750-c. 865”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  53. Wendy Davies, “Economic Change in Early Medieval Ireland: the case for growth?”, Cambridge Late Antique Network Seminar, Cambridge
  54. Liana Chua, “Speaking of Continuity: change, conversion and the anthropology of (Bidayuh) Christianity”, Post-Doc Seminar, Department of Anthropology, Cambridge University, Cambridge
  55. Chris Lewis, “The Ideology and Culture of Anglo-Saxon Government”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  56. Wendy Davies (coord.), “The Language of Iberian Charters of the Tenth Century”, Approaches to Medieval Spain, Oxford
  57. Autumn 2009

  58. Arietta Papaconstantinou, “Identifying Rural Elites in Egypt and Southern Palestine from Justinian to the Umayyads”, Cambridge Byzantine Seminar, Cambridge
  59. Simon MacLean, “Recycling the Franks in 12th-century England: Regino of Prum and the monks of Durham”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  60. Spring 2010

  61. Mayke de Jong, “The penitential state – a year later”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  62. Sylvie Joye, “Abduction and Elopement in Early Medieval Europe”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  63. Peter Sarris, “Aristocrats, Peasants and the State in Byzantium c. 600-1100″, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  64. Sir Jack Goody, “Renaissances: the one or the many?”, with response by Peter Burke, Medieval and Middle Eastern Network Seminar, Cambridge
  65. Damián Fernández, “Hilltop Settlement and Economic Change in Late-Antique Northern Iberia”, Cambridge Byzantine Seminar, Cambridge
  66. Andrea Augenti, “Rome and Ravenna from late Antiquity to the Early Middle ages: an archæological perspective”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  67. Summer 2010

  68. John Blair, “Can we know anything about the beliefs of the laity in pre-Christian and early Christian England?”, Cambridge Late Antique Network Seminar, Cambridge
  69. Autumn 2010

  70. Ildar Garipzanov, “Graphicacy and Authority in Early Medieval Europe: Graphic Signs of Power and Faith”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  71. Chris Wickham, “The Financing of Roman Politics, 1050-1150”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  72. Guy Halsall, Leslie Webster and David Ganz, Staffordshire Hoard Round-Table, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  73. Rebecca Day, “Late Roman and Byzantine gold coins in the Madras Government Museum – fashion, imitation and the economics of religious devotion”, Royal Numismatic Society, London: brief notice of paper only, as I didn’t actually make it there
  74. Jonathan Jarrett, “A Likely Story: narratives in charter material from early medieval Catalonia”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  75. Rachel Stone,”Hincmar’s Use and Abuse of the Canon Law of Marriage”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  76. Caroline Goodson, “Excavations at Villa Magna”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford
  77. Susan Reynolds, “Eurasia: society and solidarity 500-1500”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  78. Tom Lambert, “Theft, Homicide and Crime in Late Anglo-Saxon Law”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  79. Emma Cavell, “Foulke le fitz Wareyn: literary space for real women?”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  80. David Score, “The Dorset Ridgeway Viking Mass Burial “, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford University
  81. Laura Ashe, “‘A Knight’s Whole Life is Passed in Sin’: literary engagements with war, conquest, and crusade, 1100-1250”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  82. Gabor Thomas, “Settlement Dynamics and Monastic Foundation in pre-Viking England: new perspectives from excavations at Lyminge, Kent”, Institute of Archaeology and British Museum Joint Medieval Seminar, London
  83. James Howard-Johnston, “The Seventh Century and the Formation of Byzantium”, Inaugural Lecture of Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research, Oxford
  84. Robin Fleming, “Recycling In Britain after Rome’s Fall”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  85. Spring 2011

  86. Mark Whittow, “Pirenne, Mohammed and Bohemond: before Orientalism”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  87. Bruce Campbell, “Population, Disease and Environmental Change in the Fourteenth Century”, Europe in the Later Middle Ages Seminar, Oxford University
  88. Tom Faulkner, “Peoples and Legal Practice in the Carolingian Minor Law-Codes”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  89. Conrad Leyser, “History, Anthropology, and Early Medieval Kinship”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  90. Graham Barrett, “Visigothic Law after the Visigoths”, Medieval Church and Culture Seminar, Oxford University
  91. Jane Kershaw, “New Insights on the Viking Settlement of England: the small finds evidence”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  92. Steffen Patzold, “Einhard’s First Readers”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  93. Vivien Prigent, “The Myth of the Mancus and The Origins of the European Economy, Byzantine History Seminar, University of Oxford
  94. Simon Ford, “`Take Us To Your Leader’: the mechanics of ecclesiastical authority in the exilic Monophysite Church (AD 518-638)”, Late Roman Seminar, Oxford University
  95. Anne Pedersen, “New Discoveries at the Royal Site of Jelling, Denmark”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford University
  96. Alex Metcalfe, “The Norman Conquest (and Loss) of Africa”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University.
  97. Marina Rustow, “The Fatimid State as Viewed by Medieval Jews”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University.
  98. Levi Roach, “Stating the Obvious? Ritual, Assemblies and the Anglo-Saxon State, 871-978”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  99. Aidan O’Sullivan, “Early Medieval Dwellings and Settlement in Ireland: perspectives from archaeology, history and palaeoecology”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford University
  100. Wendy Davies, “Water mills and cattle standards: probing the economic comparison between Ireland and Spain in the early Middle Ages”, Chadwick Memorial Lecture, University of Cambridge
  101. Summer 2011

  102. Andrew Reynolds, “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Anglo-Saxon Assembly Sites”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  103. David Ganz, “Latin Manuscript Books Before 800, 2: scribes and patrons”, Elias Avery Lowe Lecture in Palæography, Christ Church College, Oxford
  104. Sarah Foot, “Thinking with Christians: doing ecclesiastical history in a secular age”, Inaugural Lecture as Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, University of Oxford
  105. Laura Carlson, “An Encyclopedic Theology: Theodulf of Orléans and the Carolingian Wiki-Bible”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  106. Anton Scharer, “The King’s Voice: expressions of personal concern in royal diplomas”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  107. Rob Portass, “Magnates and their monasteries in the tenth-century kingdom of Leon”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford University
  108. Lesley Abrams, “Migration, Diaspora, and Identity in the Viking Age”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  109. Patrick Wadden, “Ireland and the Normans c. 1000: the evidence from Dudo of St-Quentin’s History of the Normans, Medieval Church and Culture Seminar, Oxford University
  110. Jonathan Jarrett, “Managing power in the post-Carolingian era: rulers and ruled in frontier Catalonia, 880-1010”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  111. Autumn 2011

  112. Laura Carlson, “Creating a Christian Language: letter and spirit at the Carolingian court”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  113. Rory Naismith, “Mints, Moneyers and Authority in Anglo-Saxon England”, Seminar of the Winton Institute for Monetary History, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
  114. Alex Woolf, “Framing Scotland in the Early Middle Ages”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford
  115. Michael Metcalf, “Thrymsas and sceattas and the balance of payments”, Seminar of the Winton Institute for Monetary History, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
  116. Graham Barrett, “The Literate Mentality and the Textual Society in Early Medieval Spain”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford
  117. Spring 2012

  118. Adam J. Kosto, “Free men made bond: finding hostages in the medieval sources”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford
  119. Miri Rubin, “Gender: a useful concept for medievalists”, Europe in the Later Middle Ages Seminar, Oxford
  120. Philipp von Rummel, “The Search for the Vandals on the North African Kingdom”, Late Roman Seminar, Oxford
  121. Maureen C. Mellor, “The Archaeology of Stuff: scorched interiors”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford
  122. Ildar Garipzanov, “Christian Identities, Social Status, and Gender in Viking-Age Scandinavia”, Oliver Smithies Lecture, Balliol College, Oxford
  123. Andrew Marsham, “God’s Caliph: authority in the Umayyad Caliphate”, Late Antique and Byzantine Seminar, Oxford
  124. Andrew Marsham, “Public Execution with Fire in Late Antiquity and Early Islam”, Late Roman Seminar, Oxford
  125. Naomi Standen, “Politics, Piety and Pots: shared repertoires across Continental Asia in the 7th to 12th centuries”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford
  126. Judith Bennett, “Early, Erotic, and Alien: cross-dressing in late medieval London”, Europe in the Later Middle Ages Seminar, Oxford
  127. Alison Bonner, “The Manuscript Transmission of Pelagius’s Ad Demetriadem, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  128. Chris Fern, “The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tranmer House (Sutton Hoo)”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford
  129. Timothy Hunter, “‘They Made No Difference Between Sacred and Profane’: images of Norman knighthood in Romanesque art”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford
  130. Hajnalka Herold, “Between the Carolingian West and the Byzantine East: fortified élite settlements of the 9th and 10th centuries AD in Central Europe”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford
  131. Marek Jankowiak, “Dirhams for Slaves: investigating the Slavic slave trade in the tenth century”, Medieval History Seminar, Oxford
  132. Peter Sarris, “The Economics of Salvation in late Antiquity and Byzantium”, Late Antique and Byzantine Studies Seminar, Oxford
  133. Ildar Garipzanov, “The Rise of Graphicacy and Graphic Symbols of Authority in Early Europe (c. 300-1000)”, Oliver Smithies Lecture, Balliol College, Oxford
  134. Isaac Sastre Diego, “Early Hispanic Churches through their Liturgical Sculpture”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, Oxford
  135. Janet Nelson, “Putting Dhuoda in Context”, Medieval Church and Culture Seminar, Oxford
  136. Emma Cavell, “Did Women Cause The Fall of Native Wales?”, Late Medieval Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  137. Stephen Baxter, Chris Lewis & Duncan Probert, “Profile of a Doomed Élite: the structure of English landed society in 1066”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  138. Morn Capper, “Rethinking Thought and Action Under the Mercian Hegemony: responses to Mercian supremacy, 650-850”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  139. Florin Curta, “In Line with Omurtag and Alfred: linear frontiers in the ninth century”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  140. Summer 2012

  141. Mark Whittow, “Territorial Lordship and Regional Power in the Age of Gregorian Reform: Matilda of Canossa and the Matildine lands”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  142. Paul Hyams, “Disputes and How to Avoid Them: charters and custom in England during the long 12th century”, Medieval Church and Culture Seminar, University of Oxford
  143. Alex Woolf, “The Churches of Pictavia”, Kathleen Hughes Memorial Lecture 2012, Hughes Hall, Cambridge
  144. Paul Oldfield, “A Bridge to Salvation or Entrance to the Underworld? Southern Italy and International Pilgrimage”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  145. Paul Harvey, “How to Manage Your Landed Estate in the Eleventh Century”, Medieval Social and Economic History Seminar, University of Oxford
  146. Isaac Sastre Diego, “Architecture of power in the Asturian kingdom”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  147. Rod Thomson, “‘The Dane broke off his continuous drinking bouts, the Norwegian left his diet of raw fish’: William of Malmesbury on the Scandinavians”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  148. Joanna Story, “Bede, Willibrord and the Letters of Pope Honorius I on the Genesis of the Archbishopric of York”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  149. Clare Woods, “Ninth-Century Networks: books, (gifts), scholarly exchange”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  150. Autumn 2012

  151. Hugh Kennedy, “Landholding and Law in Early Islam”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  152. Erica Buchberger, “Romans in a Frankish World: Gregory of Tours, Venantius Fortunatus and Ethnic Identities”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  153. Barbara Yorke, “Weland, Woden and Anglo-Saxon Court Culture, c. 600-900″, Sir David Wilson Lecture in Medieval Studies, Institute of Archaeology, University College London
  154. Emily Winkler, “Kings and Conquest in Anglo-Norman Historiography”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  155. Stephanie Wynne-Jones, “A Material Culture: exploring urbanism and trade in the medieval Swahili world”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, University of Oxford
  156. Lesley Abrams, “Early Normandy”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  157. John Blair, “Land-Surveying in the Post-Roman West”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  158. Roger Wright, “African Invaders and Very Old Spanish”, IHR Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  159. Paul Booth, “‘Roman’ and ‘Anglo-Saxon’ Settlements and Burials at Horcott, Gloucestershire – Continuities and Discontinuities on the Thames Valley Gravels”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, University of Oxford
  160. Ivo Štefan, “Great Moravia and its Collapse: early medieval polity on the edge of Carolingian world”, UCL Institute of Archaeology and British Museum Joint Seminar, Institute of Archaeology, University College London
  161. Spring 2013

  162. John Blair, “Building the Anglo-Saxon Landscape, 1. Defining Anglo-Saxon Landscapes”, Ford Lecture in History, University of Oxford
  163. Oliver Harris, “Places Past and Present: the Ardnamurchan boat burial”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, University of Oxford
  164. Chris Wickham, “Administrators’ time: the social memory of the early medieval state in Iraq and China”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  165. Els Schröder, “Searching for Friendship in Anglo-Saxon Sources: multilingual insights into tenth-century elite culture”, Institute of Historical Research Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, London
  166. John Blair, “Building the Anglo-Saxon Landscape, 2. Landscapes of Power and Wealth”, Ford Lecture in History, University of Oxford
  167. Nicholas Schroeder, “The Forgotten Lords: the feudal revolution and monastic lordship in Lotharingia, c. 900 to c. 1250″, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  168. John Blair, “Building the Anglo-Saxon Landscape, 3. Why was Burton Built on Trent? Landscape Organisation and Economy in the Mercian Age”, Ford Lecture in History, University of Oxford
  169. Mark McKerracher, “Mid-Saxon Agriculture Reconsidered”, Medieval Archaeology Seminar, University of Oxford
  170. Tom Lambert, “Crime, Community and Kingship in Anglo-Saxon England”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  171. John Blair, “Building the Anglo-Saxon Landscape, 5: landscapes of rural settlement”, Ford Lecture in History, University of Oxford
  172. John Blair, “Building the Anglo-Saxon Landscape, 6: landscapes of the mind”, Ford Lecture in History, University of Oxford
  173. Anne Bailey, “Reconsidering ‘The Medieval Experience at the Shrine’ in High-Medieval England”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  174. John Blair, “Building the Anglo-Saxon Landscape”, Ford Lecturer’s Seminar, University of Oxford
  175. Robin Fleming, “Women, Material Culture and the History of Post-Roman Britain”, Medieval Archaeology, Medieval History and Late Antique and Byzantine Seminars, University of Oxford
  176. James Lloyd, “Local Government in Wessex before the Hundred”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  177. Jonathan Jarrett, “Brokedown palaces or Torres dels Moros? Finding the fisc in late-Carolingian Catalonia” and Phil Marter, “Archaeological Investigations at the Medieval Palacio de Ambel, Aragón”, Comparative Seminar in Medieval Cultures, University of Winchester
  178. Jonathan Jarrett, “On Stone and Skin: inscription of a community at a Catalan monastery around 1000”, special seminar jointly hosted by the Monash Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies and The University of Melbourne
  179. Summer 2013

  180. Mark Whittow, “Worlds in Motion: Byzantium’s Eurasian Policy in the Age of the Türk Empire, 550-630”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  181. Alexander Fleming, “Exploring the History and Significance of Early Medieval Roads”, Medieval Social and Economic History Seminar, University of Oxford
  182. Erica Buchberger, “Romans, Barbarians and Burgundians in Early Burgundian Law”, After Rome Seminar, University of Oxford
  183. George Garnett & George Molyneaux, “1066: the most important date in English history?”, a debate at the Ertegun Centre, Oxford
  184. Michael Featherstone, “The Great Palace of Constantinople: tradition or invention”, Late Antique and Byzantine Seminar, University of Oxford
  185. Elina Screen, “Norway in the Age of Cnut (d. 1035), through the Coinage Evidence”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  186. Philip Booth, “Beyond Alfred Butler’s Conquest of Egypt, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  187. Nicholas Schroeder, “From Roman to Medieval Landscapes: settlement, society and economy in Belgian, English and German uplands”, Medieval Social and Economic History Seminar, University of Oxford
  188. Elizabeth Boyle, “Lay Morality, Clerical Immorality and Pilgrimage in 10th- and 11th-Century Ireland”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  189. Rory Naismith, “Peter’s Pence and Beyond: the Forum Hoard and Anglo-Roman monetary relations in the Middle Ages”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  190. Faye Taylor, “Miracles and Mutation in Southern France”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  191. Jonathan Jarrett, “Two men and a monastery: clerical involvements in Manresa before 1000”, Medieval Social and Economic History Seminar, Oxford
  192. Alice Taylor, “Lex scripta and the Problem of Enforcement: Anglo-Saxon, Welsh and Scottish law compared”, Medieval History Seminar, University of Oxford
  193. Autumn 2013

  194. John Gillingham, “Richard of Devizes and the Annals of Winchester, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  195. Patrick Geary, “Preliminary Reflections on Genomic Evidence and Medieval Migration History”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  196. Roberta Gilchrist, “Glastonbury Abbey: reinterpreting the Anglo-Saxon archaeology”, David Wilson Lecture, Institute of Archaeology, University College London
  197. Simon Yarrow, “Varieties of Christian Materiality: relics and saints’ cults in Anglo-Norman England”, Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  198. Leslie Brubaker, “Byzantium at Brixworth”, Brixworth Lecture 2013, All Saints Brixworth
  199. Trevor Morse, “Cuthbert and Wilfrid: parallel lives(?)”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  200. Peter Darby, “Heresy, Orthodoxy and the Codex Amiatinus Christ in Majesty”, Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  201. Sara Lipton, “Beauty and the Eye of the Beholder: Jewish caricature and Christian devotions in the later twelfth century”, Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages Annual Public Lecture, University of Birmingham
  202. Spring 2014

  203. Jonathan Jarrett, “Miles or militia: war-service and castle-guard in tenth-century Catalonia”, Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  204. Susan Tyler-Smith, “Faith and Fortune: Arab-Sasanian coins”, public lecture in support of the exhibition Faith and Fortune: visualising the divine on Byzantine and early Islamic coinage, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham
  205. Catherine Cubitt, “Apocalyptic Thought in England Around the Year 1000”, Royal Historical Society Public Lecture, University College London
  206. Tom Lambert, “Crime, Community and Kingship in Anglo-Saxon England”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  207. John-Henry Clay, “St Boniface in Thuringia”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  208. Archie Dunn, “Byzantine Greece — Microcosm of Empire? Retrospect and Prospect”, General Seminar of the Centre of Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  209. Paul Garwood, “Ashes, Smoke and Fire: rethinking archaeologies of ritual”, Anthropology Seminar, University of Birmingham
  210. Giorgia Vocino, “Bishops in the Mirror: literary portraits and episcopal self-fashioning in early medieval Italy”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  211. Julia Crick, “Who Were the Writers and Readers of Administrative English in the Century after the Norman Conquest?”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  212. Henry Maguire, “Why was there no Renaissance in Byzantine art?”, General Seminar of the Centre of Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  213. Summer 2014

  214. Charles West, “Charlemagne and the Future of the European Past”, Not the First World War Centenary Seminar, Institute of German Studies, University of Birmingham
  215. Ross Balzaretti, “Early Medieval Charters and Landscapes: Genoa and Milan compared“, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  216. Chris Fern, “The Staffordshire Hoard: the current state of knowledge”, Medieval Research Centre Special Lecture, University of Leicester
  217. Georges Kazan, “The Head of St John the Baptist: Byzantium and the Circulation of Relics in the Early Middle Ages”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  218. Robert Swanson, “Pastoral Care, Pastoral Cares, Pastoral Carers: the cura pastoralis in late medieval England”, Early Medieval, Medieval, Renaissance, Reformation and Early Modern Forum Guest Lecture, University of Birmingham
  219. David Ganz, “Charlemagne in the Margin: a new Carolingian text about Karolus Magnus”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  220. Kyle Sinclair, “Michael Attaleites and Eyewitness Accounts of Warfare in Byzantine Literature”, Gate to the Eastern Mediterranean Forum, University of Birmingham
  221. Autumn 2014

  222. Arezou Azad, “Balkh Art & Cultural Heritage Project: exploration, maps and Silk Road history from northern Afghanistan”, Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  223. Guy Halsall, “The Space Between: the ‘undead’ Roman Empire and the aesthetics of Salin’s Style I”, David Wilson Lecture, Institute of Archaeology and British Museum Joint Seminar and Institute of Historical Research Earlier Middle Ages Seminar Joint Meeting, Institute of Archaeology, University College London
  224. Carl Phelpstead, “Geoffrey of Monmouth and J. R. R. Tolkien: myth-making and national identity in the twelfth and twentieth centuries”, Public Lecture of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  225. Wendy Scase, “The Simeon Manuscript and its Scribes”, Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  226. Luca Larpi, “Medical Practitioners before Medical Schools: the evidence from Salernitan charters, ss. VIII-XI” and Anthony Mansfield, “Lords of the North Sea: comparative approaches to the aristocracies of the tenth and eleventh centuries”, M6 Medieval Seminar, Keele University
  227. Rebecca Ingram, “Making it Last: the construction and repair of a 7th-century ship from Constantinople’s Theodosian harbour”, General Seminar of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  228. Ingrid Rembold, “The Stellinga, the Saxon Elite and Carolingian Politics”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  229. John Mitchell, “Abul-Abbas and all That: the West and the Caliphate in the age of Bede, Desiderius and Charlemagne”, General Seminar of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  230. Ryder Patzuk-Russell, “The Development of Grammatica in Medieval Iceland: the teaching and study of languages and literature in the eleventh through fourteenth centuries” and Jeffrey Brubaker, “Nuncios or Legati: what makes a papal representative in 1234”, Medieveval Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  231. Caterina Galatariotou, “Byzantine Adolescence”, General Seminar of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  232. Danica Summerlin, “The Afterlife of the ‘Old Law’: rethinking the role of pre-Gratian texts in later twelfth-century canonical collections”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
  233. Jill Harries, “Mother vs maiden: Helena, Pulcheria and the formulation of imperial dynasty in late antiquity”, General Seminar of the Centre of Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  234. Jean Birrell, “‘And he shall stand there all day with a rod’: peasant farmers and their farm-workers in thirteenth-century England”, Research Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  235. Robert Houghton, “Modelling the Middle Ages in grand strategy computer games”, History and Cultures Workshop, University of Birmingham
  236. Spring 2015

  237. Jane Kershaw, “The Bullion Economy of Viking England”, Research Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  238. John Gillingham, “Eadmer of Canterbury and William Longsword”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
  239. Graham Barrett and George Woudhuysen, “Small Wars in Faraway Places under the Emperor Honorius”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
  240. Christine Woodhead, “Friends, Colleagues and Grand Vezirs: the Ottoman art of letter-writing”, General Seminar of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  241. Rory Naismith, “Coinage and the Late Anglo-Saxon State”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
  242. Matthew Harpster, “Refashioning a Maritime Past in the Eastern Mediterranean”, General Seminar of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  243. Simon Esmonde Cleary, “A Funny Thing Didn’t Happen on the Way to the Forum: archaeology and the refashioning of the late Roman West”, Inaugural Lecture, University of Birmingham
  244. Aengus Ward, “Digital Editing and the Estoria de Espanna: of XML and crowd-sourcing”, Research Seminar of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
  245. Leslie Brubaker, “Teenagers of Byzantium”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  246. Staffan Wahlgren, “From Theophanes to Psellos: transformations of Byzantine historiography”, General Seminar of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  247. Rebecca Darley, “”A Sign of God’s Favour’: Byzantine gold coins in Indian Ocean trade”, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
  248. Juan Antonio Quirós Castillo, “Agrarian Archaeology in Northern Iberia: a general overview of medieval landscapes”, University College London Institute of Archaeology and British Museum Joint Seminar, University College London
  249. Stephen Ling, “Regulating the Life of the Clergy between Chrodegang’s Rule and the Council of Aachen, c. 750-816″, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
  250. Ed Roberts, “The Composition, Structure and Audience of Flodoard’s Annals, Earlier Middle Ages Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
  251. Federico Montinaro, “The Photian Schism (858-880): towards a cultural history”, General Seminar of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
  252. Bill Endres, “The St Chad Gospels: a rare witness to early Anglo-Saxon England and beyond”, Centre for West Midlands History Research Seminar, University of Birmingham

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