This is our startup event for this year and will be a good opportunity for you to find out about projects, research and opportunities for medievalists at Leeds, as well as to meet staff and students. Starts at 2:00 pm.
The Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS)
Delivered by Dr Thomas Smith (University of Leeds), ‘Use of the Bible in Papal Letters: Theology and Authority in the Arengae of Honorius III’. Starts at 5:15 pm.
Both students and members of the public are invited to attend an exclusive guided tour of the new Skeletons exhibition at Leeds City Museum. Starts at 11:30 am.
In a series of interlinked sessions at the IMC 2018, the CESCM Poitiers and IMS Leeds would like to explore some of the central problems of the intersection of the community and memory.
Claudia Rogers, PhD researcher has written an article for History Today, which is featured on the front cover.
In light of the IMC’s 2018 focus on ‘Memory,’ this panel(s) seeks to explore the ways in which first encounters between Indigenous peoples and Europeans (or other strangers) have been (mis)remembered.
Early Modern and Renaissance literature and art; lyric poetry; chivalric poems; literature and visual arts; memory
Thesis: The Idea of Rome in Late Antiquity, The Concept of Utopia in the Late Roman Empire, The Idea of the City - Public Space and the Sacred in Rome During Late Antiquity