Monday, June 25, 2012

Rethinking Medieval Methodologies

Rethinking Medieval Methodologies
21st Century Approaches to Understanding the Middle Ages
7 July 2012 • 9.00-5.00 • The University of Nottingham

Interdisciplinary, cross-fertilisation, thinking outside the box.  Hidden
behind these buzzwords are a myriad of new and exciting ways in which
scholars are rethinking the discourse of the Middle Ages.  For example,
work within the fields of empirical science and the inroads made by the
social sciences have allowed for the development of unique and innovative
ways to contextualize and interpret the Medieval world.
In this conference, we will from scholars applying methods and approaches
normally reserved for other fields or time periods to any study of the
Medieval era.

Keynote speakers:
Prof Howard Williams (University of Chester)
Dr Faye Simpson (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Dr Christina Lee (University of Nottingham)
Registration is now open with a deadline of Friday 29 June.  Please see the
attached form for payment and postal address details.

All enquiries can be sent to the organising committee at

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