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2012

Weekends, August-October. Maryland Renaissance Festival. Crownsville, nr Annapolis, MD. Tel +1 800 296 7304. Email info@rennfest.com - web www.rennfest.com/

October 9 - March 5. From devilry to divinity: Readings in the Divina Commedia, reading class (16 sessions) (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

October 18 - March 21. Warburg-UCL Scholasticism Reading Group, seminar (6 sessions) (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/research/   

October, 27th, 5pm. 30th Brixworth Lecture: Visualising Times & Nature in Anglo-Saxon England, by Faith Wallis. (Browse related books on this site). All Saints, Church, Brixworth, Northamptonshire. Email brixworthfriends1@btinternet.com - web www.friendsofbrixworthchurch.org.uk/Events%20for%202008.htm 

November 14, 4.30, admission free. Dante's picture theory and the shadow, public lecture by Hans Belting (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/public-lectures/   

November 15, 4.30, admission free. Florence and Baghdad: Renaissance art and Arab science, public lecture by Hans Belting (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/public-lectures/   

December 3-7. Mystery plays (Browse related books on this site). London: East Church, Cannon Street Road, Shadwell. Write to The Players of St Peter, PO Box 3040, London E1W 3TQ; email info@theplayersofstpeter.org.uk - web www.theplayersofstpeter.org.uk

December 5th, 5pm. Forty Years of Brixworth Church Archaeological Research, by David Parsons. (Browse related books on this site). London: Society of Antiquaries. To reserve tel 01604 881810, email brixworthfriends1@btinternet.com - web www.friendsofbrixworthchurch.org.uk/Events%20for%202008.htm 


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2013

January 11. Ernst Kitzinger and the Making of Byzantine Art History, one-day colloquium (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

January 16, 4.30, admission free. The laurel and the axe: execution poetry in Late-Renaissance Italy, public lecture by Virginia Cox (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/public-lectures/   

January 18-19. Alliterativa Causa, conference in conjunction with the Folklore Society (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/public-lectures/   

January 30, 4.30, admission free. The Pandects of the Jews: Renaissance scholars and the path to the Talmud, public lecture by Antony Grafton (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/public-lectures/   

February 1. History of Reading and History of Scholarship: Relations, Contrasts, Conflict, one-day colloquium (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

March 1-3. The Afterlife of Ovid, conference (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/

March 7-8. Philosophy and Medicine in the Islamic World, conference (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

March 15. Medieval Rhetoric and Politics, one-day colloquium (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

March 22. Dionysos Bacchus Liber: from Mythology to Philosophy, one-day colloquium (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

April & September (subject to weather). Jousting (Browse related books on this site). Knebworth House, Hertfordshire. Tel +44 1438 812661, email info@knebworthhouse.com, web www.knebworthhouse.com and www.knightsroyal.co.uk/    

May 23-24. The Afterlife of Plutarch, conference (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

May, details tbc. The 2013 Jarrow Lecture (Browse related books on this site). St Paul’s Church, Church Bank, Jarrow, Tyne & Wear NE32 3DZ. Tel: +44 191 489 7052, web www.jarrowparish.info/the-jarrow-lecture 

May 31-June 1. The Place of Hell. Topographies - Structures - Genealogies, conference (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

June/July, tbc. Frederikssund Vikingespil - Teater & Revy. (Browse related books on this site). Frederikssund, Denmark. Tickets +45 47 31 06 85, email info@vikingespil.dk - web www.vikingespil.dk  

June 6-8. The Production and Reading of Music Manuscripts, conference (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

June 21-22. Philosophy and Knowledge in the Renaissance: Interpreting Aristotle in The Vernacular, conference (Browse related books on this site). Warburg Institute, London. Tel +44 20 7862 8949 - email warburg/at/sas.ac.uk - web http://warburg.sas.ac.uk/events/   

July, 1-4. International Medieval Congress: "Pleasure". University of Leeds. Contact Institute for Medieval Studies: tel +44 113 343 3617, email ims@leeds.ac.uk - web www.leeds.ac.uk/ims/imc/

August 24-26 (bank holiday weekend). Medieval festival. Herstmonceaux Castle, Sussex. Information on tel +44 1273 723249. Web www.medieval.co.uk

September, check website for details. Open House London, various locations, no medieval emphasis but usually including some buildings of medieval interest (Browse related books on this site). Tel +44 (0)20 3006 7008 email admin@openhouse.org.uk - web www.openhouselondon.org.uk/ 


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2014

July 7-10, 2014. International Medieval Congress. University of Leeds. Contact Institute for Medieval Studies: tel +44 113 343 3617, email ims@leeds.ac.uk - web www.leeds.ac.uk/ims/imc/

July 6-9, 2015. International Medieval Congress. University of Leeds. Contact Institute for Medieval Studies: tel +44 113 343 3617, email ims@leeds.ac.uk - web www.leeds.ac.uk/ims/imc/

July 4-7, 2016. International Medieval Congress. University of Leeds. Contact Institute for Medieval Studies: tel +44 113 343 3617, email ims@leeds.ac.uk - web www.leeds.ac.uk/ims/imc/

July 3-6, 2017. International Medieval Congress. University of Leeds. Contact Institute for Medieval Studies: tel +44 113 343 3617, email ims@leeds.ac.uk - web www.leeds.ac.uk/ims/imc/

 


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