IHR Seminars: Late Medieval Seminars, Autumn 2011

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), Stephen O’Connor (National Archives)

Venue: Rooms as announced in the programme.
Time: Friday, 5.30pm

Autumn Term 2011

14 October
Tom Penn, Henry VII: Governing in the French Fashion?
Gordon Room (G34), South block, ground floor

21 October
Justin Colson (IHR), Friends, Neighbours and Strangers: Witnesses to Documents in Late Medieval London
Court Room, South block, first floor

28 October
Simon Payling (History of Parliament),
‘He that shuld haue the wynn shuld haue the synn’: the career, character and afterlife of Ralph, Lord Cromwell
Gordon Room (G34), South block, ground floor

4 November
Scott Jenkins (Swansea), Criminal Scholars in Late Medieval Oxford
STB7, Stewart House, basement

11 November
Laura Tompkins (St. Andrews), Alice Perrers and the Goldsmiths’ Mistery
Gordon Room (G34), South block, ground floor

18 November
Chris Given-Wilson (St. Andrews), Henry of Bolingbroke in England and France, 1390 to 1399
Gordon Room (G34), South block, ground floor

25 November
Andrew Spencer (Cambridge), Resurrecting Aunt Sally? In search of bastard feudalism in the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries
Torrington Room (104), South block, first floor

2 December

Gordon McKelvie (Winchester), The Statutes of Livery, 1390 to 1530
Gordon Room (G34), South block, ground floor

9 December
Samantha Sagui (Fordham), The Hue and Cry in English Towns
ST273, Stewart House, second floor

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