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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.
Discussion of themes related to gender and sexualities in the middle ages