Gender and Transgression in the Middle Ages

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Date / time
Date(s) - 3 May - 5 May
All day

University of St Andrews


Gender and Transgression in the Middle Ages 2017, an interdisciplinary conference hosted by the University of St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies (SAIMS).

This year’s keynote lecture will be delivered by Prof Elisabeth Robertson (University of Glasgow) and will explore rape in the work of Chaucer. Other invited speakers are Drs Kate Thomas (University of York) and Gregory Hulsman (Trinity College, Dublin).

Registration for the conference will be £15, covering tea, coffee, lunch and two wine receptions. All delegates are also warmly invited to the conference meal on Thursday 4th May. Further details can be found at as they become available.

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