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Captivity in the Middle Ages

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gender studies
Date of Event
25th October 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event
23rd October 2017
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Description

Location - St Alphege 301 & Foyer

This research workshop will bring together scholars working on various aspects of captivity in the middle ages. Building upon Bennett and Weikert, Hostageship in the Middle Ages (Routledge, 2017), the event will entail a round table and discussion on sources, methodologies and pedagogies, and a keynote lecture from Prof. Gwen Seabourne (University of Bristol, “Four grey walls and four grey towers” versus “honourable captivity”?: gendering the medieval hostage experience). Round table participants include Dr Katherine Weikert (Winchester), Dr Matthew Bennett (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst), Dr Gordon McKelvie (Winchester), Dr Katherine Barker (Bournemouth), Dr Remy Ambuhl (Southampton), Dr Cristian Ispir (Centre for the History of the Book, Cluj, Romania), and Dr Alice Hicklin (Freie Universität Berlin).

Timings

1530-1545 Welcome
1545-1715 Round Table: Methods, Sources and Pedagogy
1715-1730 Break
1730-1830 Lecture: Prof. Gwen Seabourne: University of Bristol, “Four grey walls and four grey towers” versus “honourable captivity”?: gendering the medieval hostage experience
1830 Wine reception

 

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