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CLAMS Keynote Lecture 2024 – 'Consent in the Old French Tristan Material: Thomas of Britain's (In-)Sensitivity to Female Sexual Trauma'

Strand Campus, London

Charlie Samuelson (University of Colorado-Boulder) presents 'Consent in the Old French Tristan Material: Thomas of Britain's (In-)Sensitivity to Female Sexual Trauma'. Charlie is author of Courtly and Queer: Deconstruction, Desire and Medieval French Literature (Ohio, 2022).

This is the registration page for the keynote lecture of the CLAMS Summer 2024: Consent in Global Late Antiquity and Medieval Ages. If you wish to attend the full conference, please see here.

To attend

There is no attendance fee, but seats are limited.

Drinks reception to follow.

If you are external to King's, please speak to the front desk at the Strand Campus reception and they will give you a day pass. (Please note: The organisers will send a list of external attendees to security 5 days before the event. If you sign up to the event after the 15th June, we may not have time to let security know. In this case, we will arrange for one of the organisers to meet you at reception and sign you in.)

Abstract

The abstract will be announced shortly.

The workshop

For more information on the full workshop, please see the full event page.

Organiser details

This workshop is supported by the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies at King’s College London, as well as the project ‘Sacred Secular: Religion and Secularity in French and German Literature of the 12th Century’, funded by the Thyssen Foundation.

For more information and questions, please contact the organisers: George Oliver and Janine Schmitz.


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