Some of these sound of general (REEDy) interest and some of you are or
may then be in the London area..... A.
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From: Sally Dixon-Smith <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2000 3:09 PM
Subject: Medieval Interdisciplinary Seminar 2000/2001
> Dear All
> Thank you to everyone who has come to this year's series of seminars.
> is the programme for the next academic year. We will continue to meet at
> 5.30pm on Monday evenings in room G.09/10 in the UCL History Dept., 25
> Gordon Square.
> Monday 23 October 2000
> Dr. GUS MILNE, INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY, UCL
> 'Rebuilding London's medieval street plan: Intergrating archaeology, maps
> and street-name studies'
> Monday 20 November 2000
> PROF. ROBERT BARTLETT, UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS
> 'Looking at the saint from every angle'
> Monday 5 February 2001
> PROF. RICHARD MORRIS, DIRECTOR OF ENGLISH HERITAGE
> title to be announced
> Monday 19th February 2001
> DR. BETH WILLIAMSON, UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL
> 'Is the lactating Virgin an image of humility? Images of the Virgin in the
> context of medieval child-rearing practice.'
> Monday 5th March 2001
> PROF. BRIAN KEMP, UNIVERSITY OF READING
> 'English archdeaons in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries'
> Monday 7th May 2001
> DR. BENTE BJORNHOLT, UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX
> 'Roll up, roll up and see the Armenian Siamese twins: Spectacles in
> Monday 21 May 2001
> DR. CHARLOTTE BEHR, UNIVERSITY OF SURREY, ROEHAMPTON
> 'A comparison between Kentish and Panornian bracteate graves of the
> migration period'
> This interdisciplinary seminar is organised by postgraduates and is made
> possible by funding from the UCL Graduate School and support from the
> History Dept.
> We hope you will be able to join us next year,
> Nell Aubrey
> Sally Dixon-Smith
> Jenifer Dye
> Gill Murphy
> Marigold Norbye
> Alex Sanmark