The two-day symposium 'The Future of Medieval Studies', held at the University of Leeds on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the IMS, is accepting proposals until 1 March 2018.
'Rethinking the Medieval Frontier', a conference being held at the University of Leeds on 10 April 2018, is accepting paper proposals until the deadline of 1 February 2018.
Two scholarships are now available for PGR applicants beginning in Autumn 2018: the Leeds Doctoral Scholarship, and the AHC Interdisciplinary Research Scholarship.
Rachael Gillibrand, a postgraduate research student in Institute for Medieval Studies, has recently been interviewed for the Healing the Eye Podcast.
There are currently two vacancies available working as part of the Conference and Events Function, based in the International Medieval Congress.
Pietro Delcorno, a post-doctoral researcher, wrote a book published in October 2017 titled, 'In the Mirror of the Prodigal Son: The Pastoral Uses of a Biblical Narrative (c. 1200-1550)'.
A landmark study by the British Academy has found that graduates of art, humanities and social sciences degrees gain particular skills that allow them to thrive in a wide range of careers.
Dr Joanna Phillips, a University of Leeds alumnus, delivered a public lecture at Barley Hall, York about how bodily suffering was seen as a form of religious devotion during the crusades.
Institute for Medieval Studies alumna Dr Joanna Phillips' PhD thesis is previewed, which proposes the reading of medieval chronicles, specifically those of the crusades, for their medical content.