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Music, Language, Writing, and the Thirteenth-Century Motet: Some Historiographical Problems

When May 17, 2017
from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Audit Room, Old Lodge, King's College, Cambridge
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You are all warmly invited to the next interdisciplinary Medieval Questions seminar at King’s, on Wednesday 17th May

 

Sean Curran: “Music, Language, Writing, and the Thirteenth-Century Motet: Some Historiographical Problems”.

 

We convene at 1pm in the Audit Room in King’s, soft drinks will be provided, and you are all welcome to bring lunch with you. Departure at 2pm for those who have other things to attend thereafter!

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