An afternoon of talks for the public on the Anglo-Saxons will be taking place in central London on the 21 March 2012. Called 'The Anglo-Saxons: Who? Where? When? Why?', it promises a series of sessions on the history, language, writing, economy, and literature. I will be giving a brief history ...
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I am very pleased indeed to hear that the International Medieval Congress (IMC) Leeds has accepted seven sessions on palaeography this year, meaning that there will be no fewer than twenty-one papers on the subject on Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th of July 2012. This amount of palaeography at Leeds ...
In his cover story piece 'Surfdom' in the Times Higher Education Supplement (8-14 December 2011), Matthew Reisz investigates the field of Digital Humanities and points to what he sees as the revolution created by researchers in this burgeoning field. 'Ancient inscriptions are being catalogued and deciphered,' Reisz notes. 'Virtual theatres ...
Applications are now open for MMSDA 2012 from PhD students from any COST country – which basically means from anywhere in Europe or Israel! This may not be the case next year, so be sure to get in now while you still can.
The Institute of English Studies (London) ...
The 'Writing Europe before 1450' Colloquium will be held in Bergen in June 2012. The website is at http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/english/news/conferences/writing-europe, and the full Call for Papers is reproduced below. It should be an interesting conference!
We are delighted to open a CFP for the Writing Europe ...