History seminars at the IHR
Earlier Middle Ages
Convenors: Stephen Baxter, Julia Crick, David Ganz, Caroline Goodson, Peter Heather, Hugh Kennedy, Alice Rio, Antonio Sennis, Alice Taylor, Jinty Nelson, Dionysios Stathakopoulos, Alan Thacker.
For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Caroline Goodson: email@example.com
Venue: Wolfson Room II, in the basement, unless otherwise indicated in the programme
Time: Wednesday, 5.30pm
Eadmer of Canterbury and William Longsword (aka Rufus)
John Gillingham (London)
Small wars in faraway places under the emperor Honorius
George Woudhuysen & Graham Barrett (Oxford)
Coinage and the Late Anglo-Saxon 'State'
Rory Naismith (Cambridge)
Bede's World Chronicles: a reappraisal of the 'Chronica Minora'
Maírín MacCarron (Galway)
Changing Faces: Media and Materiality in the Early Byzantine Cult of the Virgin
Leslie Brubaker (Birmingham)
Melania the Younger in Africa
Juliette Day (Helsinki & Oxford)
'A sign of God's favour': Byzantine gold coins in Indian Ocean trade
Rebecca Darley (London)
'About the life of those who are called canons, what sort ought it to be?' Regulating the life of the Canonical Clergy between between Chrodegang's Rule and the Council of Aachen. c. 750- 816
Stephen Ling (Leicester)
The composition, structure and audience of Flodoard's 'Annals'
Edward Roberts (King's, London)
Please note: this seminar will be held in the Peter Marshall Room, 204 (2nd floor)