Family and kinship in medieval Europe: where are we now?

Wednesday 20 February 2019, 5.30PM

Speaker(s): Matthew Hammond (King's College London)

Department of History Research Seminars, Spring 2019

Matthew Hammond will speak on 'Family and kinship in medieval Europe: where are we now?'

Everyone is welcome to attend this free event - no tickets are required. Please contact the convenors of the series Laura Stewart or Sam Wetherell with any questions.

This event is part of the Department of History's Spring 2019 research seminar series. The department runs a lively and diverse programme of seminars during the Autumn and Spring term each year. Seminars starting at 1pm will be held in W/N/307, those starting at 17:30 will be held in V/N/123.

Full programme for this season:

16 January 
(week 2)
13:00, W/N/307

Katherine Cross - Converting pagans and feeding babies in early medieval England

23 January 
(week 3)
17:30, V/N/123

Malcolm Spencer - 'Repressions are necessary; the hype is not': explaining terror in Soviet terms, 1917-1940 

30 January 
(week 4)
13:00, W/N/307

Sam Wetherell - Secured by Design: Criminology, Housing and Public Space in Late Twentieth Century Britain

6 February 
(week 5)
17:30, V/N/123

Kennetta Perry - Title TBC

13 February 
(week 6)
13:00, W/N/307

Phil Withington - Title TBC

20 February 
(week 7)
17:30, V/N/123

Matthew Hammond - Family and kinship in medieval Europe: where are we now?

27 February 
(week 8) 
13:00, W/N/307

Emily Jones - Democracy and revolution in Conservative and Unionist political thought, c. 1885-1918

6 March 
(week 9)
17:30, V/N/123

Erin Maglaque - Title TBC

Location: V/N/123 (Vanbrugh College, University of York)