On Wednesday 2nd March 2022, the Oxford Medieval Society will hold a panel on medieval plagues.
Professor Mark Bailey (University of East Anglia) will give a talk entitled What did the Black Death do for us? Some answers from England, 1350 to 1400, and Professor Samuel Cohn (University of Glasgow) will speak on Plagues of the Central Middle Ages: The dog that didn’t bark.
The panel will start at 5pm and be held in the North Lecture Room of St. John’s College.
All are very welcome to attend what promises to be a fascinating panel.
Image credit: “The Triumph of Death”, Galleria Regionale della Sicilia, Palermo, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.