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We can now announce the program for our first conference, for your delectation and consideration! For registration, follow this link. 09:45 registration and refreshments 10:15-10:30 welcome 10:30-11:00 Keynote Address: Patrick Fazioli (Mercy College), ‘Social Networks, Complex Systems, and the Medieval Frontier: Towards an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Borderlands’ 11:00-11:30 coffee 11:30-13:00 Session 1…
In case you had been wondering (and who hasn’t?), the first conference of the project Rethinking the Medieval Frontier, which as you may remember is being held on April 10th 2018 in Leeds and for which paper proposals are still very welcome—see the Call for Papers—will be hosted by the University of Leeds in their…
The first conference of the project Rethinking the Medieval Frontier is now scheduled, and will happen on April 10th 2018 in Leeds, venue and timing to be confirmed, and the Call for Papers is now available! Please click the link to see it. We have funding for up to forty participants’ registration, and a small…
The first workshop meeting of our project has come and gone, with everyone in attendance except Álvaro Carvajal Castro, who managed nonetheless to be present via Skype for some of the discussion before the technology failed us. A useful agenda has been produced and we have plans for the next stage. For more information see…
As promised, things are afoot with our network. All the participants are now agreed and we have our first meeting scheduled for the 24th July, with people making their journies and being fed and watered by the good offices of our funders, the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust, and of course our hosts the…
The good news without which there could be no project: the British Academy and Leverhulme Trust have seen fit to award us the money we need to get going on Rethinking the Medieval Frontier! Our application for a Small Research Grant has been upgraded from reserve and awarded the money. Now we just have to…