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Forthcoming events

Thu
9
Sep

Forms of Care

Inspired by current scholarly and political debates that lament the systematic dismantling of caring infrastructures under neoliberalism and at the same time call for a more expansive sense of caring activities and ‘imaginaries’, this two-day workshop seeks to spotlight form as that which might productively organise but also capture the protean nature of care.

Fri
10
Sep

Eco, Bio, Zoo: A Medieval and Early Modern Workshop

Call for Participants – PhD and Early Career Researchers. This workshop brings medievalists and early modernists together in order to generate new thinking on ecocriticism, animal studies, biopolitics and their applications for work on premodern literature and history.

Wed
27
Oct

Gaelic Influence in the Northumbrian Kingdom: A Focus on York

A Centre for Medieval Studies even with speaker Dr Fiona Edmonds (University of Lancaster).

Wed
10
Nov

The Lives of Great Languages: Arabic and Latin in the Medieval Mediterranean

A Centre for Medieval Studies lecture, with speaker Professor Karla Mallette (University of Michigan).

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