This session will focus on making a competitive application and will be led by Professor Anne Kerr, Professor of Sociology (Faculty of Education Soc Sciences & Law) Starts at 10:00 am.
The Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS)
The University’s annual showcase of teaching and student education good practice. This year's theme is ‘Student Education storytelling’. Starts at 1:00 pm.
A one-day workshop funded by the Leverhulme Trust International Network exploring terminology for change in religious institutions. Starts at 9:00 am.
Ahead of the release of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, Dr Marta Cobb helps explain what’s so special about the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
The second lecture of the 2016-17 series was delivered by Joanna Cannon: 'Franciscus Traini pinxit: The Many Authors of an Altarpiece of St. Dominic in 14th-Century Pisa'.
In August this year, Indre Douglas, a current MA in Medieval Studies student, participated in the Central European University's (Budapest, Hungary) international undergraduate conference.
Late Middle English literature, especially Langland, Chaucer and Chaucer reception, Female mysticism, including Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich, Heritage management and education, The portrayal of witchcraft in literature, medieval to modern
Research on the textual transmission of visionary-devotional writings ("revelatory devotions") at late medieval female religious houses situated in England, the Low Countries and German-speaking areas