Past events

Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland Autumn Conference

Saturday 19 October 2019

The provisional program on Vikings and Names covers place-names, surnames, and the ongoing legacy of Scandinavian speakers in literature and culture, with contributions from Jack Hartley, Peter McClure, Josh Neal, David Parsons, Eleanor Rye, Matt Townend, and Pragya Vohra.

Vikings in a Sea of Islands: comparative archaeologies from Oceania and the Northern world

Tuesday 15 October 2019

This Autumn, Prof. Neil Price (Uppsala) will deliver our York Medieval Lecture on comparative archaeologies from Oceania and the Northern world.

Moot, Hall and Court: a Different Approach to 'Private Justice' in Medieval England

Friday 11 October 2019

Prof. Paul Hyams would like to have an informal seminar to road test a new idea. If you have any interest in reading medieval texts, in medieval people, or in conceptual questions of how to think about human relations then do come along. This is a chance to see how ideas are made.

Holy Housewives and Classical Kings: Gendering Domestic Authority in Late Medieval England

Wednesday 9 October 2019

Part of the Department of History's Autumn 2019 research seminar series

Approaching the Nordic Past Between Source-Criticism and Identity

Tuesday 24 September 2019

This is a Medieval Literatures Videoseminar.

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