On June 13 2019 the sixth Colloquium of the Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies will take place.
Students and PhD students as well as researchers and alumni will talk about their research.
13.00 Prof. Els Rose (UCMS): Welcome
13.15 Annual UCMS Lecture: Prof. Brigitte Meijns (KU Leuven): A Wolf, a Thief and a PseudoAbbot: The Disruption of Community Life in the Abbey of Saint-Hubert against the Backdrop of Papal Reform and the Investiture Struggle in the Diocese of Liège (End 11th C)
14.15 Tea break - with poster presentations and ‘medieval output market’
15.15 Presentations by alumni, PhD, RMA and BA students
- Bastiaan Waagmeester: Neat liturgy in messy quires: handbooks for local priests in the ninth century
- Ria Paroubek-Groenewoud: Marginal medical scholarship
- Annika van Bodegraven: Deconstructing misogyny in Die historie van die seven wijse mannen van rome
16.15 Tea break
16.50 Continuation of presentations
- Kay Boers: Displaced from the Patria: Christian Alterity and the Landscapes of Late Antiquity
- Bruno Schalekamp: Theudelinda, Catholic Protector of the Langobards