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.
Dr Marta Cobb (International Medieval Congress/Institute for Medieval Studies - AHC) is quoted in this piece about how the hit TV show Game of Thrones kindles fresh interest in Medieval Studies.
The Postgraduate Conference of the Institute for Medieval Studies took place on 19-20 May 2017
Sword-bearing knights, costumed dancers, and craftspeople will all descend on Leeds this week (3-6 July) for the 24th annual International Medieval Congress (IMC) at the University of Leeds.
This interdisciplinary conference will concentrate upon the cultural history of the body, particularly that relating to bodies that are ignored, by either medieval society or modern scholarship.
Ahead of the IMC, which starts on 3 July, the new mobile-responsive microsite has gone live. The site gives you access for news, information and the latest updates for this year's event.
The new Short Film Prize in Digital Creativity, established by the Cultural Institute, is encouraging student filmmakers to showcase some of its ground-breaking research into creativity.