CMRS Friday Seminar Series

Semester 2, 2017

3pm, Room N602, Menzies Building

Please note new room and afternoon time slot from 1 September 2017, except where specified

Pre-semester seminars 

21 July – ​Welcome back address and conference reports ​

** Please note that we will be in room N802** 

In-semester seminars 

28 July – John Crossley, Monash University. Communication costs, and paying the price at Aparri

4 August – Megan Cassidy-Welch’s Farewell – Watch this Space!

11 August – Jan Pinder, Matheson Library, Monash University. Food for the journey: The thirteenth-century French version of Guiard of Laon’s sermon on the twelve fruits of the Eucharist

18 August – Claire Waters, Professor of English, University of California, Davis, ​Maria Mirabilis: Gazing on the Virgin in Marian Miracles

25 August – Deanna Shemek, Professor of Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz, ​IDEA: Isabella  d’Este Archive

1 September – Richard Tait, MA Confirmation, Professional practice of physicians in 15th and 16th century northern Italy

8 September – Afsana Khan, PhD Mid Candidature Review

15 September – Elinor French, The significance of locations in the inquisitorial depositions of Doat 25 and 26

22 September – Honours Workshop, 11am


6 October – Hannah Skipworth, MA Confirmation, Environment and the Body in the 12th-Century German Text

13 October – Jonathan Wooding, Professor of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, ​Putting monasticism back into the story of the early Celtic peregrini (c. 500-900 AD) NB. This seminar will take place at 11am, E561. Correction, N802 

20 October – Mimi Petrakis, MA Confirmation, The Shrewd Machinations of the Black Madonna of Le Puy: The Virgin of Le Puy as a Player Within Medieval French Politics; and

Annie Blachly, MA Confirmation, Oxford – a place of emotion and violence? Mapping the Coronial deaths of medieval Oxfordshire