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.
Applications for School of History and IMS Scholarships, as well as WRoCAH Scholarships, are now open, with the deadline for both being 24 January, 2018 at 17:00.
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On Monday, 13 November 2017, the IMS was delighted to welcome the Vice-Chancellor, Sir Alan Langlands, the celebrate the launch of our 50th anniversary exhibition.
In time for bonfire night, the Royal Armouries interviewed Axel E W Müller, the Director of the IMC (International Medieval Congress), about the Firework Book, a 15th-century medieval manuscript.
Funda Hay, a PhD researcher and Research Assistant at the Department of English Language and Literature at Ankara University, Turkey, is visiting the IMS for the next 12 months.
James Titterton, third-year IMS PG Researcher, presented a poster which was voted 'Most Popular Poster' by the conference delegates at the Arts, Humanities and Cultures Poster Conference 2017.
Claudia Rogers, PhD researcher has written an article for History Today, which is featured on the front cover.
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.