The Revealing Records conference series brings together postgraduate students from across the UK and Europe to share challenges and approaches in the study of medieval sources. Revealing ‘records’ from coins to castles, letters to law codes and chronicles to crusade sermons, from the sixth century to the fifteenth, the series is a highlight of the postgraduate calendar. Hosted by the King’s History Department, previous benefactors have included the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the Royal Historical Society, the Henry III Fine Rolls Project and the King's Arts & Humanities Research Institute (AHRI).
Now in its fifth year, the Revealing Records conference series brings together postgraduate researchers working with a wide range of sources from across the medieval world to share challenges and approaches through the presentation of their research. Papers that employ an interdisciplinary approach, drawing upon palaeography, archaeology or other related disciplines are particularly welcome. The conference will meet 24 May 2013.
The conference will feature keynote papers from Professor Jonathan Phillips (Royal Holloway) and Professor Julia Crick (King’s College London).
Abstracts (200 words maximum) are welcome from postgraduate students wishing to present a 20-minute paper. Students should provide their name, institution, contact information, paper title and synopsis.
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Deadline: Friday 14 December 2012
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