‘Approaching the Medieval’ postgraduate conference
Newnham College, Cambridge, 4th May 2016
With keynote speaker Robert Mills (University College London)
We are delighted to open the call for papers for the inaugural conference hosted by ‘Approaching the Medieval’, a cross-disciplinary postgraduate reading group at the University of Cambridge.
We welcome 20-minute papers from graduate students and early career researchers in all areas of medieval studies, across languages, cultures and disciplines: history, history of art, philosophy, theology, history of science, musicology, palaeography and codicology, archaeology, literature, philology and linguistics. Papers should be given in English. Please submit 250-word abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st February 2016.
Our keynote speaker, Robert Mills will give an address entitled ‘How to Do Things with Fur’. Dr Mills is Reader in Medieval Art and Director of the LGBTQ Research Network at University College London.
For more information, please see the attached Call for Papers, or visit https://approachingthemedieval.wordpress.com/conference/