10.30-12.00pm Session 1.
Chair: Dr. Cordelia Beattie.
Jinming Yi – Town clerks and civic archives in late medieval England
Giacomo Valeri - Performing Grief: Pearl and the Language of Christian Mourning
Robert Grout - Better Unborn Than Untaught? Sir Perceval of Galles and the Nature of Medieval Childhood
12.00-1.00pm – Lunch.
1.00-2.30pm. Session 2.
Chair: Dr. Lisa Benz.
Ross McIntire: Claiming Cuthbert: Durham Cathedral Priory and the Landscapes of Northern Monasticism
Alicia Maddalena: A Word of the Wise: Examining Horskr in Old Norse Eddic Poetry
Harriet Jean Evans: Reading Animal-Human Relations: Sámr and Gunnarr in Njáls saga
2.30-3.00pm. - Break
3.00-4.30pm. Session 3, 10-minute papers by Master's students.
Chair: Dr. Jeremy Goldberg.
Claire Walsh: The Minster’s Own Myroblyte: Oil and the Saintly Body at the Tomb of William of York
Alice Yevko: Containing the Sacred: Expressions of Holy Past, Present and Future in Theophilus' Cast Censer
Sophie Spendlove: Putting the House in Household: Men, Masculinity and the Lodging Houses of Fourteenth Century Dartington Hall
Aaron Sheldon: Expressions of Fear in Medieval Icelandic Society
Isobel Staton: What Does the Commonplace Book of Robert Reynes of Acle Tell Us About Translation in Fifteenth Century England?
4.30pm – Close.