Posted on 28 October 2013
The Centre for Global Health Histories is part of a consortium of Centres and Departments at York which are pleased to host Professor Michael Bennett at the University until December 2013. Professor Bennett, of the Department of History & Classics at the University of Tasmania, has authored several books on late medieval and early Tudor England, and has worked on major project exploring the global diffusion of vaccination in the early nineteenth century. Professor Bennett comes to York following a successful funding application by Professor Mark Ormrod. During his time at York Professor Bennett will be based at Kings Manor and will undertake research in York, meet staff and students, and be part of University of York events including a talk which will be part of the Centre for Medieval Studies’ seminar series, titled 'Between Romance and History: The 'Scotangle' Stewards in Love and War in Fifteenth-Century England'. This seminar will be held at 5.30pm on Tuesday 29 October in King's Manor room KG/84. For details on this and other seminars in the series see the Centre for Medieval Studies' website.