- The Medieval and Early Modern Centre invites you to a lunchtime lecture
Celtic Inﬂuence on English, for, against, and/or why not?
Professor Anders Ahlqvist (University of Sydney)
Monday 13 November 2017, at 12 noon
Woolley Common Room N480, Level 4, John Woolley Building A20
See Abstract and more details attached below.
Anders’ lecture will include a light lunch. RSVP (for catering purposes: acceptances only) by Thursday, 13 November 2017, to the MEMC Information Co-ordinator Dr Penny Nash: firstname.lastname@example.org
- SMRG (Sydney Medieval and Renaissance Group)
Martin Luther and the Jews
7pm for 7:30pm, 8 November, Judith Bonzol’s home at Five Dock.
Please contact Judith on 0411 415176 or at email@example.com to register attendance and to confirm the address if necessary.
A donation in money or food for the dinner would be appreciated.
- CARMEN (The Worldwide Medieval Network)
2018 Call for Papers
We invite submissions to our 8th annual Háskóli Íslands Student Conference on the Medieval North, which will take place at the University of Iceland, on April 13-14th, 2018.
This student organized two-day event is intended as an interdisciplinary forum for postgraduate students (MA and PhD level) of Old Norse and medieval Scandinavia. Students who have not given papers at an academic conference before are especially encouraged to submit.
In accordance with the HÍ Student Conference‘s previous installments the theme of this year is left broadly open for any independent research related to medieval Scandinavia.
Participation at the conference is not restricted to those enrolled in the University of Iceland, and interested students from other universities are encouraged to submit. In the past years the conference has becoming increasingly international, and last year the conference was attended by speakers from ten universities, in eight countries.
If you wish to present a paper at the conference, please e-mail an abstract of 250-300 words to HIstudentconference@gmail.com before 5th of January 2018. The student conference committee reserves the right to make selections based on quality of written abstracts, adherence to submission guidelines, and timely submissions of abstracts.
The conference languages are Icelandic and English, and individual paper presentations will be 20 minutes in length, followed by a 10 minute discussion time.
Further information can be found on the conference blog at histudentconference.wordpress.com. Please direct any further inquiries to the student conference committee via e-mail (see above).