‘Gender, class, religion and life-cycle: early medieval connections’

‘Gender, class, religion and life-cycle: early medieval connections’
Date
24 Apr 2018, 17:30 to 24 Apr 2018, 19:30
Series
Life-Cycles
Type
Seminar
Venue
IHR Peter Marshall Room, N204, Second Floor, IHR, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Description

Jinty Nelson , King's College London

Lives in the early medieval period, whether in Francia or Anglo-Saxon England or the Holy Land, were strongly conditioned by gender, social rank and religious status, and the effects of all three on life-cycles. By bringing to bear different perspectives, including the geographical and institutional, and examining a few exceptionally well-documented individual cases, I hope to highlight, connect and compare the importance of gender, rank and religious status to life-cycles as lived. I shall take a cue from a recent paper given to the Life-Cycles Seminar which discussed different versions of and theories about the Ages of Man.

Chair: Mary Clare Martin

Contact

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