IMS/School of History Medieval Seminar: 'Widows, Orphans and the Church'
- Date: Wednesday 28 November 2018, 17:15 – 18:30
- Location: Michael Sadler Building
- Cost: Free
Dr Ingrid Rembold (University of Manchester) will present a lecture titled 'Widows, Orphans and the Church' in the 2018-19 IMS/School of History Medieval Seminar series.
IMS/School of History Medieval Seminars
This annual series welcomes lectures on medieval tiopics, and is hosted by the IMS and School of History. All lectures are held on Wednesdays at 17:15 in the Grant Room at the University of Leeds and are followed by a drinks reception. For further details, please contact Emilia Jamroziak (E.M.Jamroziak@leeds.ac.uk) and Thomas Smith (T.W.Smith@leeds.ac.uk).
Dr Ingrid Rembold (University of Manchester) will present 'Widows, Orphans and the Church: Protection and Virtue Signalling in the Carolingian World'.
The next lecture will take place on 5 December 2018, and will be delivered by Dr Harry Munt (University of York).
All are welcome!
Location: Grant Room, Michael Sadler Building 311, University of Leeds