Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies spring term seminars
Thursday 30 January, 4.30pm, Edith Morley 124
Myra Bom (Royal Holloway, University of London)
‘Agency and Divorce. The Case of Constance of France (1165).’
Thursday 19 March, 4.30pm, Edith Morley 124
Christa Gray (University of Reading)
‘Dead body problems: burials in Jerome’s Lives of Holy Men.’
Thursday 26 March, 4.30pm, Edith Morley 124
Megan Leitch (University of Cardiff)
‘Sleep and its Spaces in Middle English Literature: Emotions, Ethics, Dreams’.
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