Architectural Representation in the Middle Ages

architectural representations

A two-day conference covering all aspects of architectural representation, understood broadly to encompass actual, symbolic, or imaginary architectural features, whether still standing today, observable in the archaeological record, or surviving only through depiction in literature and art. Interdisciplinary in outlook, the conference will feature papers from across the spectrum of acadmic disciplines, including literature, history, art, theology, and archaeology. For further details, including a draft programme and details of available bursaries, please see the conference website.

Keynote lectures by Professor Robert Bork and Dr Christina Whitehead.

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Registration open until 22nd March 2017. The event is sponsored by the University College of Oxford, Medium Aevum (Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature), Oxford Medieval Society, and the University of Oxford John Fell Fund.


Oxford Medieval Studies

Audience: Open to all