Upcoming MEMSA Events

We're hardly short of medievalists and early modernists here in MLAC, so here's a guest post from MEMSA chair Hannah Piercy, telling you all about their exciting seminars this term! See below for the term card. MEMSA, the Medieval and Early Modern Student Association at Durham, has a close relationship with the School of Modern… Continue reading Upcoming MEMSA Events

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Events bulletin March 15-18 March

Tuesday 15th March   IAS Fellows' Public Lecture: Dr Zoe Crossland, Columbia University – The Speaking Corpse: the dead body's evidence and the forensic imaginary, 17:30-18:30, Birley Room, Hatfield College The dead body is said to speak truthfully about its past. Popular texts about forensic investigations often describe skeletons as “witnesses from the grave”, or claim that… Continue reading Events bulletin March 15-18 March

Northern Bridge Archives Training Programme

  The Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership are pleased to announce an exciting new training programme on Medieval and Early Modern sources, which will take place in Durham on 4-5 April 2016. The course will be particularly appropriate for anyone getting to grips with archival sources from the medieval and early modern periods, such as… Continue reading Northern Bridge Archives Training Programme

Events in Durham in July

Summer does not mean only longer days and warmer weather, but also conference season. Here in Durham we are fortunate to have several events that may be of interest to MLAC postgraduates and the wider community. The inaugural conference of Durham’s Centre for Humanities Innovation  (CHI) is taking place from Monday July 7 to Tuesday… Continue reading Events in Durham in July