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The James Lydon Research Seminar in Medieval History

Trinity College Dublin – Thursdays, 5:15 pm
Phoenix House PX 2.1 (registration required) & online via Zoom

For registration details/mailing-list/any further information: benjamin.savill@tcd.ie

3 February

SALLY FINN-KELCEY (Trinity)
SHEEP, WOOL & THE ECONOMY OF IRELAND IN THE 13TH CENTURY

 

 

10 February

MATHEW CLEAR (Trinity)
NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE EASTER CONTROVERSY:
THE SYNOD OF WHITBY (664) & THE COUNCIL OF HERTFORD (672)

 

 

17 February

ROBIN GATEL (Trinity)
THE VOCABULARY OF DISSONANCE: THE TERMINOLOGY OF HERESY IN 11TH- AND 12THCENTURY
REPORTS ACROSS LOMBARDY, LANGUEDOC & THE RHINELAND

 

 

24 February

HANNAH MACAULIFFE (Trinity)
ALTERNATE SUCCESSION IN EARLY MEDIEVAL IRELAND:
LITERARY REPRESENTATIONS & HISTORICAL EXAMPLES

 

 

3 March

PROF. JOHN WATTS (Oxford) – with distinguished guests PROF. JAN DUMOLYN (Ghent)
– PROF. SERENA FERENTE (Amsterdam) – PROF. JUSTINE FIRNHARBER-BAKER (St Andrews)
POLITICAL ECONOMY & ITS ROLE IN CIVIL CONFLICT
Part 3 of 4 of the James Lydon Lectures 2022: Rethinking the Wars of the Roses (Tues.-Fri., 1-4 Mar.)

 

 

24 March

DR NICOLE VOLMERING (Trinity)
AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF WRITING IN EARLY IRELAND

 

 

31 March

DR FELICITY HILL (St Andrews)
EXCOMMUNICATION: COLLECTIVE ACTION & COMMUNAL KNOWLEDGE

 

 

7 April

KARA KERSH (Trinity)
EXAMINING TRENDS IN LATE MEDIEVAL MIRACLE COLLECTING

 

 

14 April

JOHN MARSHALL (Trinity)
BUILDING A BASTION: THE FORGING OF ENGLISH POWER IN LEINSTER, 1170-1245

 

 

28 April

DR ZUBIN MISTRY (Edinburgh)
REPRODUCTION, RELIGION & THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF EARLY MEDIEVAL MEDICINE
The Trinity-Worth Lecture in Medieval & Renaissance Medicine & Science 2022


Last updated 7 February 2022 medieval.history@tcd.ie (Email).