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California Medieval History Seminar, Winter 2021
The Winter 2021 session of the California Medieval History Seminar will take place online instead of at its usual venue, the Huntington Library. The seminar meets to discuss four pre-distributed research papers Participants are scholars in the field at various stages of their careers. All attendees at the seminar are expected to read the papers in advance and discuss the research. Speakers and paper topics are announced by e-mail. Click here for additional information about the seminar.
These are the papers under discussion:
- “Laypeople and Kings in the Carolingian Formula Collections”
Warren Brown (Caltech)
- “Studying the Physically Impaired and Disabled Body in Late Medieval England”
Rachel Podd (Fordham University)
- “Ivories and Inventories: Tracking Production and Patronage in Late Medieval French Household Records”
Katherine Rush (University of California, Riverside)
- “Bad Customs and Civic Ordinances in Medieval and Early Modern British Towns”
Esther Liberman Cuenca (University of Houston-Victoria)
Advance registration is required. Participants must be graduate students or faculty to attend unless pre-approved by the organizers.
To be added to the announcement list or, if you wish to attend but are uncertain if you qualify, please write to email@example.com.
Seating is limited and by advance registration only. A fee may apply. More information about the seminar is at cmrs.ucla.edu/seminars.
Organized by Professor Piotr Górecki, Department of History, University of California, Riverside.