• Overview: Reading Groups (Trinity 2021)
    Find all the reading group information you need in this blog post!
  • Pilgrimage: A female perspective– Comparing Arnold von Harff and Dorothea von Montau
    5th May 2021 will see the launch of the Taylor digital edition of MS Bodl. 972, a sixteenth-century copy of Arnold von Harff’s Reisebericht or travel account. This edition is the fruit of much hard work from Agnes Hilger and Eva Neufeind, who spent last term in Oxford as Erasmus interns with Henrike Lähnemann. In […]
  • Arnold von Harff: Knight, Pilgrim, Guide, and Author
    This post serves as a dual introduction, both to Arnold von Harff and to late-medieval pilgrimage writing more broadly. The latter goal in particular is, admittedly, rather brave. Who was Arnold von Harff? This is a question which Harff wants his audience to answer in a particular way. As he never tires of reminding us, […]
  • Medieval Church and Culture Seminar
    Tuesdays. Meeting from 5pm; papers begin at 5.15pm. Everyone is welcome at this informal and friendly graduate seminar. This Trinity Term, as always, MCC will feature presentations from the 2020-21 Medieval Studies MSt cohort on theirupcoming dissertations.
  • 4th June, 2021: MEDIUM ÆVUM LECTURE
    Jocelyn Wogan-Browne: Et stellam matutinam vus dunra to go te bedde: Women and Multilingualism in Late Medieval England The 2021 MÆ Lecture Friday, June 4, 2021 – 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM BST (Online!) Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-2021-mae-lecture-given-by-jocelyn-wogan-browne-tickets-151792333957