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Stockholm, Turku and QMUL Networking Event

When Apr 26, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where St Catharine's College Cambridge
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Graduate students from the Universities of Stockholm and Turku and Queen Mary, University of London will be coming to meet students and post-docs at Cambridge, on Thursday 26 April at St Catharine's College. The day will consist of presentations and informal networking opportunities. If you would like to attend, please email Nora Berend (nb213) with your name, dissertation title and a 4-5 line abstract.

A list of all the topics the Stockholm and Turku students are working on is appended:

14th and 15th centuries chronicles from Castile and Sweden

Skaldic poems

Swedish courtly literature 15th and 16th centuries

Medieval Gardens in the North

Emotion and Religious Practises in Sweden around the Lutheran Reformation

Shapeshifting as Social Imagery in the Medieval North

Le droit des hôtes. Les marchands face à une justice étrangère dans l’espace baltique (milieu du XIIe siècle – milieu du XIVe siècle)

The practice of war in Portugal (1249/50-1476): the role of Military Orders

Sweden before Gustav Vasa. An Economic Historical analysis of the Transformation of the State in the Later Middle Ages

Poverty in late medieval Swedish sermons

Cathar Bible Exegesis and Lived Religion

Economic development of Hanseatic long-distance trade in the Baltic Sea region through the archaeological material

The medieval history of the city of Turku, through GIS and 3D

Donations and donators to Birgittine monasteries in the later Middle Ages

The Monastery of Grottaferrata in the time of Great Western Schism (1378-1417)

Late Medieval Portuguese Chronicles

Relics of Turku Cathedral, Scientific, historical, and Art Historical analyses