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CMRS Colloquium - Draft Programme Outline
09:15 Session One
Katia Fernández Mayo (MSc Art in the Global Middle Ages)
Gender, Anatomy and Allegory in Italian Renaissance Death
Danielle Howarth (MSc in Medieval Literatures and Cultures)
Barking Up the Wrong Tree: Pine Trees and the Problematisation of Masculinity in The Song of Roland and
The Capture of Orange
Sara Caputo (MSc History)
The Medieval Hastilude, c.1100-1450: Transnational Values, National Identities?
*10:45 Coffee Break*
11:00 Session Two
Chris Cooijmans (PhD Scandinavian Studies)
Dorestad’s Downfall: The Premeditated Abandonment of an Emporium
Christoph Otte (PhD History)
Agricultural Estates and Settlement Patterns in Early Medieval Dumfriesshire
Ilya Kotlyar (PhD Law)
Continental Influences in Scottish Law of Succession of 1500-1700: Unison or Divergence?
Alessandra Turrini (PhD Archaeology) (Pecha Kucha)
Identifying the Early Historic in South-West Scotland: chronologies of change
13:30 Session Three
Catherine Niehaus (MSc History of Art)
Appropriating Divinity: Iconography, Functionality and Authority in Latium Achiropita Copies
Hannah Thomas (MSc Gender History)
To What Extent was the Medieval Birthing Chamber a ‘Feminised Space’?
Mona O’Brien (MSc Renaissance and Early Modern Studies)
‘This healthful liquor’? Medical Interpretations of Tea and Coffee in Seventeenth-Century England
*14:45 Coffee Break*
15:00 Session Four
Gary Vos (PhD Classics)
Elegy on Trial: Intertextual Strategies in George Buchanan’s Apology for the Procuress
Morgan Boharski (MPhil French)
“She Made Her Hands Speak for Her Voice”: Women Spinning Stories in Old French Literature
Eystein Thanisch (PhD Celtic Studies)
“One Accurate Numerical System”: Hunting the ‘Synchronisms of Flann Mainistrech’ in Early Modern and
Irish Scottish Historiography
*16:30 Coffee Break*
17:00 Fish-bowl discussion
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