Medieval Group Workshop: 'Encountering Pictorials'
- Date: Monday 28 January 2019, 17:00 – 18:30
- Location: Parkinson Building
- Cost: Free
Dr Claudia Rogers (University of Sheffield) will present a Medieval Group workshop titled 'Encountering Pictorials: A Workshop on Sixteenth-Century Mesoamerican Manuscripts'.
The Medieval Group is the oldest medieval studies-related association at the University, and is run by a committee of volunteers from among the staff, PhD, and MA students in the Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS). The Group runs various events, from a seminar series to trips to sites of medieval interest, and invites speakers from a wide range of interdiscplinary topics.
Lectures and workshops are held in the Le Patrouel Room (4.06) on the fourth floor of the Parkinson Building. Meetings start at 17:00 with tea and biscuits, with the speaker beginning promptly at 17:30. For further information, contact Melanie Brunner (M.Brunner@leeds.ac.uk).
Dr Claudia Rogers (University of Sheffield) will present the workshop 'Encountering Pictorials: A Workshop on Sixteenth-Century Mesoamerican Manuscripts'.
The next event in the Medieval Group series is a lecture delivered by Dr John Moreland (University of Sheffield), held on 4 March 2019.
All are welcome!