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
'Royal castles and coastal defence during the great invasion scare of 1385 to 1386'
Dan Spencer (Southampton)
"Pei holden not Pe Maires crye": General Proclamations and their Presence in Fifteenth-Century English Towns and Cities'
Dean Rowland (IHR)
'To Agincourt and Beyond! The Martial Affinity of Edward, Duke of York'
Gary Baker (Southampton)
"The Palace Chapel which is the most beautiful, most rich and most noble": St Stephen's College, Westminster and the Chapel Royal'
Elizabeth Biggs (York)
'Provincial Towns, the Defence of the Kingdom and the Growth of Government in Medieval England, 1300-1350'
Robin McCallum (Queen’s University Belfast)
'Institutional Memory and the Planning of War: the Crown's archive as a resource for military strategy in the Yorkist and early Tudor periods'
Sean Cunningham (PRO)
"This Detestable Clause": the formula non obstante and the governance of England in the reign of Henry III'
Lucy Hennings (Exeter College, Oxford)
'Rethinking political life and "state formation" in the western Holy Roman Empire and the Burgundian Low Countries, c. 1350-1520'
Duncan Hardy (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
'Illustrations on the plea rolls for the court of common pleas, 1422-1509: an unused source for art, printing and politics in late medieval England'
Elizabeth Danbury (UCL)