MEMSA Conference 2012

Transformation in Medieval and Early Modern Cultures

5-6 July 2012

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Keynote Speakers

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Professor Margaret Cormack, College of Charleston, South Carolina

‘The Reformation and the Otherworld in Iceland’

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Professor David Cowling, Durham University

‘Lexical Borrowing in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods in France in the Context of Figurative Language’

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Including a display of Durham Cathedral Manuscripts led by

Professor Richard Gameson, Durham University

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 Conference Programme

MEMSA Conference Poster 2012

MEMSA Conference Registration Form (Also contains banquet details)

MEMSA Call For Papers 2012 (Deadline has passed)

To apply for travel bursaries generously offered by the Economic History Society, please e-mail imrs.memsa@durham.ac.uk

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Travel and Accommodation

Accommodation

Getting to Durham

Tourist Information

Map of Durham

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