Viking Society Student Conference 2017
The annual Viking Society for Northern Research student conference: an academic conference intended to be accessible to a student (and general public) audience.
Date: 18-02-2017Time: 10:00 - 17:00
The Viking Society Student Conference is an academic conference intended to be accessible to a student (and general public) audience.
This year we're presenting a spacy smörgåsbord of topics from across the medieval Scandinavian world.
1000 tea (School of English)
1100 Clare Downham (Liverpool): 'The earliest viking raids in England?'
1140 Pragya Vohra (Leicester): 'Knut: migration and memorialisation'
1220 Phil Cardew (Leeds Beckett): 'Living on the edge: sociopathy and monstrosity in the sagas'
1420 Helen Price (Leeds): 'Modern Icelandic in the Brotherton Library Special Collections'
1500 David Ashurst (Durham): '"His Wife Comes for Vengeance": Wagner, Redemption and the Essence of Old Norse'
1540 Martin Arnold (Hull): 'Goths, Celts and the Old North: 1763 and all that'
Registration, tea and lunch will be in the School of English; lectures will be in Chemistry, lecture theatre D.
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Registration is £10, at http://store.leeds.ac.uk/product-catalogue/faculty-of-arts/viking-society-student-conference-2017/conference-registration-fee-10.