The James Lydon Research Seminar in Medieval History
The Seminar series is named after the former Lecky Professor of History who initiated the TCD seminar, based on his experiences as a graduate student in London.
Unless otherwise indicated, the seminars are held at 5.15 pm in the Trinity Medieval History Research Centre, 7-9 South Leinster Street, Dublin 2.
All are welcome.
The sinews of empire? Municipal citizenship and civic culture in the late medieval ‘English empire’, 1350–1500
Signs and seasons in the later Middle Ages
The early development of the medieval Irish march
Aristocratic power in the charters of French and Scottish kings, 1124–1223: seeing like a state in the late twelfth century
Forerunners of the Reformation? Urban reform in late medieval Prague
‘Ah, now we see the violence inherent in the system!’: churchmen, knights and violence in the Loire valley, c.850–c.1150
The Féni and the formation of early Irish society, c.450–c.850
Trinity–Edinburgh Postgraduate and Early Career Exchange
Having second thoughts about Ireland in Renaissance Italy
The expansion of the Crown of Aragon and the development of its composite bureaucracy, c.1282–1458