Revealing Records VI friday 23 May Weston Room, Maughan Library, King’s College London Programme
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Revealing Records VI
Friday 23 May
Weston Room, Maughan Library, King’s College London
09.00: Keynote 1
Professor Paul Brand (All Souls College, Oxford): 'Plea Rolls and Law Reports:
formal record and courtroom reality in thirteenth and early fourteenth century
10.00: Panel 1
Samantha Blickhan (Royal Holloway College, University of London): 'Palaeography
and Notation in British Musical Sources,1150-1300: Examining Concordances'
Sarah Nangle (University College Dublin): 'Crafting music in medieval England'
10.50: Tea Break
11.10: Panel 2
James Moore (King's College London): Social networks and experiences of the cross-
Channel empire after 1066: case study of a Norman family'
Lucy Hennings (Exeter College, Oxford): 'Recording networks: the role of Magistri in
the Administration of Henry III, 1216-1272'
Aleksandr Lobanov (University of Southampton): 'The account of the receiver-
general of the duke of Burgundy as a source for the campaign of 1421'
13.10: Keynote 2
Dr Alice Rio (King's College London): 'Waltharius at Fontenoy? Epic heroism and
Carolingian political thought'
14.10: Panel 3
Alison Creber (King's College London): 'How much control did Adelaide of Turin
(c.1014/24-1091) have over the Viscounts of Baratonia?'
Sarah Greer (University of St Andrews): 'Nostri spes et dominatrix: representations of
female monastic patronage in the historical works of Hrotsvitha of Gandersheim'
15.00: Tea Break
15.20: Panel 4
Joanne Edge (Royal Holloway, University of London): ''Non te despera de Spera
Pictagoria': The 'Sphere of Pythagoras' and Learned Medical Treatises in England, c.
Felicity Hill (University of East Anglia): 'Excommunication in thirteenth-century
16.10: Closing Address
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