Revealing Records III
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The third annual Revealing Records conference (RRIII) for medievalists took place on 27 May 2011. The objective of the Revealing Records conference series is to bring together postgraduate researchers working on a wide variety of medieval source material in order to share common challenges and approaches. This aim was fulfilled with great success at RRIII. Researchers working in all corners of the British Isles, as well as Italy, presented papers to a packed Council Room. The sources discussed ranged from coins to castles, letters s to law codes and chronicles to crusade sermons, spanning the sixth-century to the fifteenth, from Britain to the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. Key note papers were given by Professor Peter Heather (King’s) and Professor Nicholas Vincent FBA (UEA); Dr Alice Rio (King’s) gave the closing address. Podcasts of the conference are now available online: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ikings/index.php?id=533.
RRIII was organised by King's PhD students Sophie Ambler, Henry Fairbairn, Julie Mumby and William Stewart-Parker and was supported by the Royal Historical Society, the King's Arts & Humanities Research Institute (AHRI) and the Department of History.
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