ASNC Graduate Seminar

The Graduate Seminar meets regularly in all three terms. It provides a forum for current PhD students in their second or higher year to talk about their research, and to engage in discussion with all of the graduate students (MPhil and PhD) and the senior members. On special occasions, throughout the Michaelmas and Lent Terms, it meets to hear papers given by leading academics from Cambridge and elsewhere.

 

Forthcoming Seminars for 2014-15

These seminars are always on a Monday and usually take place in GR06/07 in the Faculty of English Building at 5:00pm

Michaelmas 2014

27 October 2014: Professor Don Scragg (Manchester), ‘Skeletal Remains or the Scragg Bone’ (Please note this will take place in Little Hall, Sidgwick Site)

10 November, 2014: Graduate Presentations (Ben Guy, 'The Textual Tradition of Medieval Welsh Genealogy: A Chronological Overview' and Rebecca Merkelbach, 'Kjalnesinga saga and the Outlaw Saga Tradition')

24 November 2014: Dr Eric Cambridge, ‘Early Christian Exegesis, Northumbrian Hagiography, and the Ruthwell  and Bewcastle Crosses

1 December 2014: Professor Pádraig Ó Macháin (Cork), 'Late Medieval Irish Poem-Books'

Lent Term 2015

26 January 2015: Graduate Presentations (David Callander, Albert Fenton and Tom Lynch, Titles tbc)

9 February 2015: Scott Waby (National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth), 'The Digitisation Project at the National Library of Wales'

16 February 2015: Dr Victoria Whitworth (University of the Highlands and Islands), ‘The Brompton Hogback Stones’ [exact title tbc]

23 February 2015: Dr Paul Gazzoli, 'The Afterlife of Rimbert's Life of Anskar from the Eleventh through
the Seventeenth Centuries'

2 March 2015: Dr Chris Callow (University of Birmingham), Title tbc

Easter Term 2015

4 May 2015: Dr Elizabeth Duncan (Independent Researcher), Title tbc

11 May 2015: Professor Heide Estes (Monmouth University), Title tbc

 

Recent Graduate Seminars

2013-14

 

2012-2013

 

2011-2012

 

 

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