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On the Temporality of Style in Medieval French Trojan Narratives

Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - 5:00pm
Taylor Institution, St Giles', Oxford OX1 3NA
Main Hall


The Oxford Medieval Studies Programme Seminars for 2018/19 The shared seminars of Oxford Medieval Studies Programme take place every term on Tuesday of week 8, 5pm, followed by drinks. They are the main event of OMS and all medievalist groups are encouraged to use it as their main event for that week. This is particularly true for this term which will see a new edition of the ‘Medieval Roadshow’ which ran very successfully in Hilary Term 2018.

All groups are encouraged to put in a pluck for their programme! HT2019 week 8, Tuesday 5 March, 5pm, Medieval Studies Annual Lecture (Taylor Institution, Main Hall) Simon Gaunt: On the Temporality of Style in Medieval French Trojan Narratives.

Image: Prayerbook by Winheid von Winsen (Medingen 1478) Dombibliothek Hildesheim, Ms. J 29, fol. 49v

Contact name: 
Henrike Laehnemann
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