Professor Peter Heather (KCL) opens Revealing Records III with a key note paper on 'The Importance of Law Codes: The Burgundian Example.'
The first postgraduate panel of RRIII focuses on non-written sources: Henry Fairbairn (KCL) discusses 'Coins and Politics in King Stephen?s Reign', before Katherine Buchanan (Stirling) talks on 'Tracing Footprints: Assessing Medieval Scottish Castle Landscapes'. Julie Mumby (KCL) chairs.
In the second panel, chaired by Levi Roach (Cambridge), Gerald Mako (Cambridge) speaks about 'Ibn Fadlan and the Islamisation of the Volga Bulgars'; Julia McClure (Sheffield) presents 'The Franciscans and the Anxieties of Discourse'.
In the second keynote paper of RRIII, Professor Nicholas Vincent FBA (UEA) talks about his work in the archives and some new perspectives on Magna Carta.
The third panel is opened by Johanna Dale, who takes a comparative approach to 'Saint's feasts, the Liturgical Calendar and Royal Coronations c.1050-c.1250', followed by Claudia Tripodi (Florence), who discusses 'Florentine Ricordanze in the Early Renaissance'. Sophie Ambler (KCL) chairs.
In the final panel of this year's Revealing Records, chaired by Tom Underwood (Swansea), Daniel Brown (Queen?s, Belfast) presents 'The Evolution of Formulae and Protocol in the Charters of Hugh de Lacy, 1191x1243?; William Stewart-Parker (KCL) speaks about ?The Compton Basset Charters: Charter Production and Replication'. Alice Rio, lecturer in Early Medieval History at KCL, gives the closing address.