Research Project and Workshops
Podcast featuring Oxford Medieval Studies programme member
Details of Seminars in Medieval Studies for Hilary Term 2017
Call for Papers, deadline 20 February 2017
Call for papers
Time: Aspects and Approaches
Call for proposals
For Music and Late Medieval Court European Cultures (MALMECC) project
Details of Seminars in Medieval Studies for Michaelmas Term 2016
Guest speaker: The Wace Life of St Nicholas: Text and Manuscripts
The group will be reading extracts from Wace’s Roman de Brut
An informal reading group for interdisciplinary discussion related to gender and sexualities in the middle ages
A reading group reading the French polymath Richard de Fournival's Bestiaire d'amour, written in the mid-thirteenth century.
The group will read extracts from Wace’s Roman de Brut
The group will read extracts from Wace, Roman de Brut
Read a medieval French text in Hilary term
This two and a half day conference will gather early modern and medieval scholars from English, history, art history and medical history, to ask: ‘What is Renaissance blood?’
A new reading group reading the French polymath Richard de Fournival's Bestiaire d'amour, written in the mid-thirteenth century
The Rose is one of the most important vernacular texts of the middle ages and of interest to those working in a range of disciplines and languages. We will read between 100-200 lines of the text in advance and then discuss them over a glass of wine (or water).
Since 2009, this group has been meeting every other week to read, translate and discuss a wide range of insular French-language texts over refreshments.