History seminars at the IHR

Late Medieval Seminar

Convenors: Clive Burgess (Royal Holloway, University of London), Linda Clark (History of Parliament Trust), Sean Cunningham (National Archives), Hannes Kleineke (History of Parliament Trust), James Ross (University of Winchester) 

For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Hannes Kleineke: HKleinek@histparl.ac.uk

Venue: Wolfson Room II, Institute of Historical Research, Basement, unless otherwise stated 

Time: Friday, 5:30pm

Spring Term 2016
DateSeminar details
15 January The House of Lancaster and the Holy Roman Empire: Cardinal Beaufort and the Crusade against the Hussites

Mark Whelan (RHUL)


22 January Henry VII and London: a capital in transition?

Samantha Harper (IHR)


29 January Since the Time of King Arthur: Gentry Identity and Cornish County Society, c.1300-c.1420

Sam Drake (RHUL)


5 February Jack of Hilton - The Strange History of a Medieval Hearth Blower

Anthony Gross


12 February Preventing the Plague: an early example of English Quarantine measures at St. George's, Windsor Castle

Euan Roger (RHUL)


19 February Reflections on a Roman Rubbish Dump: Medieval Perceptions of Monte Testaccio

Lucy Donkin (Bristol)


26 February The Fitzherberts of Norbury: War and Peace in the Fifteenth Century

Matthew Ward (Nottingham)


4 March Lexis of Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Royal Wardrobe, c.1272-1377

Charles Farris (Westminster)


11 March 'Writing communal history in thirteenth-century London, Cologne and Genoa'

Ian Stone (KCL)