Keynote Lecture, Dr Felicity Heal, ‘The Great Household: Material, Spatial and Social Change in England, 1400-1550’.
Panel: Negotiating Spaces and Status
- Chair: Professor Peregrine Horden (All Souls College, University of Oxford).
- Germán Gamero Igea, Araus Ballesteros and Luis Araus Ballesteros, in collaboration with Olatz Villanueva Zubizarreta and Maria Isabel del Val Valdivieso, (University of Valladolid) "Historical heritage, digital society and interculturality. Mediaeval Islam in Duero riverbank."
- Mark Webb, (University of Leicester) "Urban Rich and Poor, Identifying Distinctive Districts in Late Medieval English towns using a Multi Disciplinary Approach."
- Marta Gravela, (University of Milan and University of Turin) "Property and Civic Identity in Late Medieval Italy: the case of Turin, 1350-1500."
- Lucinda Dean, (University of Stirling) "Transformations and Recreations: Spaces, Places and Objects in the Performance of Royal Ritual in Scotland, 1371 to 1543 (and Beyond)
Panel: Material Memories
- Chair: Anna Boeles Rowland (University of Oxford).
- Marianne Wilson, (Bishop Grosseteste University) "Gendered identities? Pious provision in Lincoln Cathedral close 1450 – 1500"
- Mikayla Hunter, (University of Oxford) "Forget Me Not: Memory and Gender in Two Recognition Motifs of English Romance."
Panel: Materiality and Gender
- Chair: Rachel Delman (University of Oxford), Colin Matthew Room.
- Audrey Thorstad, (University of Huddersfield) "Spaces of Interaction: The Formation of Elite Male Friendship in Early Tudor England."
- Angana Moitra, (University of Kent / Freie Universität Berlin) "Matter and Materiality in Sir Orfeo."
- Eva-Maria Lauenstein, (Birkbeck, University of London) "‘The wyse man and the foole … Deathe cowchith like in grave’: Katherine Willoughby and the continuities and changes of the Visual Language of Spilsby Chapel."
Panel: The Material Margins: Dislocated and Unfinished Things
- Chair: Dr. Nicholas Perkins (St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford), Seminar Room.
- Daniel Sawyer, (University of Oxford) "Describing Missing Manuscripts in Lost Locations."
- Murray Andrews, (UCL) "Pennies in peculiar places? Interpreting coin hoards from England and Wales, 1351-1544.'
- Emily N. Savage, (University of St Andrews) "Unfinished Business: How Medieval People Used and Refined their Half Baked Books."