Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland autumn day conference
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. The conference fee will be £20 for SNSBI members, £10 for student members. Registration information to follow.
Society for Medieval Archaeology 2019 Annual Conference - The “Long” Black Death: New perspectives
The conference is being jointly organised by Professor Carenza Lewis (University of Lincoln) and Professor Dawn Hadley (University of York). You can find more details here.
Centre for Medieval Studies Graduate Conference: 'New Voices in Medieval Studies'
Organised by CMS PhDs, Emmie Rose Price-Goodfellow and Emma Nuding.
Belonging in late medieval cities
Organised by Luke Giraudet, CMS PhD, and Joshua Ravenhill, History PhD.
You can see more details here.
N/EMICS annual conference: Angels
Organised by Madeline Salzman, CMS PhD
You can find details of the conference on the N/EMICS website.
Norse in the North 2019
Organised by Alicia Maddalena and Becca Drake, English PhDs, and Mariana B. Muñoz-Rodríguez, Arch PhD.
More information on the conference series can be found here.
Scribal Cultures in Late Medieval England: A Conference in honour of Linne R. Mooney
With papers from leading scholars, this one-day conference honours Linne Mooney’s contribution to the study of medieval English manuscripts.
Keynote speakers: Derek Pearsall and Simon Horobin. Other speakers include: Margaret Connolly, Daryl Green, Helen Killick, Nicola McDonald, Andrew Prescott, Wendy Scase, Sebastian Sobecki, and Deborah Thorpe
With a special display of manuscript fragments donated to the University by Professor Toshiyuki Takamiya
Registration costs: £22/£16.50. To register, please visit the online store.
Interpreting and Preserving the Cultural Heritage: A Conference in Honour of David Park
14-15 December 2018, Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre, King's Manor
CMS Postgraduate Conference 2018 / 50th Anniversary Celebrations
Sunday 24 June 2018, Huntingdon Room, King's Manor
The Future of Medieval Studies / 50th Anniversary Celebrations
Friday 22 June 2018, Huntingdon Room, King's Manor
CMS Graduate Conference 2017: Storytelling
19-20 June 2017, Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre, King's Manor
Details of the conference, including programme, can be found here.
'Pre-figuring the Medieval World'
Saturday-Sunday, 28-29 May 2016, Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre, King's Manor
See History of Art website for further details
Norse in the North 2016
5th Annual graduate student conference
Saturday June 4, 2016, Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre, King's Manor
CMS Graduate Student Conference 2016
Tuesday-Wednesday 28-29 June 2016, Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre, King's Manor
Theorizing Medieval European Literature
Thurs-Sat 30 June-2 July 2016, Huntingdon Room, King's Manor
Please email Kristin Bourassa at the Centre for Medieval Literature for further details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Medieval Women Revisited
Thursday July 7-Saturday July 9, 2016, Huntingdon Room, King's Manor
See University Online Store for registration details