On Friday 11th November, the School of History hosted a workshop entitled: ‘The Myth of Barter: Perspectives from the Global Middle Ages.'
The medieval period is key to the history of Latin – so why has it become obscure? Explore this question and more in Dr Roe’s podcast episode.
Institute for Medieval Studies invites Professor Przemyslaw Wiszewski to speak about cohesions in the multi-ethnic societies in medieval Europe
Professor Wiszewski (University of Wroclaw) spoke at the first IMS seminar talk for the new academic year, presenting the findings of a recent project examining multi-ethnic groups in medieval Europe.
Dr Rachael Gillibrand, Lecturer in Inclusive Learning, tells of her experiences over the past year working in the IMS, her time in other institutions, and her plans for the future.
Postgraduate Researchers, Andrea Mancini and Pawel Cholewicki, publish articles in an edited volume on Mendicant Orders
Articles written by Andrea Mancini and Pawel Cholewicki have been published in a recently published edited volume discussing the physical and spiritual journeys of Medicant Orders.