Announcing our fourth workshop!
Great news: the project has a fourth workshop planned on 13 December, involving more international participants than ever before.
This time we will be meeting at the British Museum to focus on international perspectives on the 11th and 12th centuries, considering how a comparative approach to this period might be useful in developing the questions we ask of our material.
We are looking to create a materially-focused research agenda for the 11th and 12th centuries, and to illuminate areas for which further research is necessary, and potential research collaborations would be beneficial.
We;ll be hearing all about the Bayeux Tapestry, Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Food History, thoughts on how we can develop a supranational perspective on high medieval material culture, and Early Christian grave monuments and ecclesiastical developments in eleventh-century Sweden. Our speakers this time will be from the British Museum, Université de Caen Normandie, Vreij Universiteit Brussel, and Stockholm University.
This time we will be in the beautiful British Museum.
You can find out more about the fourth workshop here.