Space and Settlement in the Middle Ages VIII
Friday 24th and Saturday 25th March 2017
Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin
The eighth Space and Settlement in the Middle Ages conference will be held on Friday 24th & Saturday 25th March 2017 in the Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin. This year the conference will consider the changing dynamics of medieval society and settlement through an exploration of changing landscapes. The conference will provide rich discussions on the following themes: Royal landscapes; Liminal landscapes; Maritime landscapes; Religious landscapes; and Urban & Rural landscapes. Mark Gardiner, Queen’s University Belfast, will deliver the keynote address on Friday 24th March 2017.
In addition to podium presentations, Space and Settlement in the Middle Ages VIII will feature poster presentations from post-graduate researchers and early career researchers. The call for poster presentations will open shortly, we strongly encourage submissions that fit with the above themes, however, all topics relating to settlement and the use of space in the middle ages will be considered.
Space and Settlement in the Middle Ages VIII is kindly co-sponsored by the ERC funded NorFish Project at the Centre for Environmental Humanities, Trinity College Dublin.
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