Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The second Medieval and Early Modern Interdisciplinary Workshop ...

will take place on Wednesday 14 November, from 5.00 to 7.00 pm, at CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane, Cambridge.

Dr John Marenbon (Senior Research Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge) will
deliver a paper on 'How Not to Write About Medieval Philosophy.'

There will be ample opportunity for both formal and informal discussion
following the paper, and refreshments will be served. Participants are also
invited to join us for a pay-as-you-go meal at a local restaurant after the

Medievalists, early-modernists and interested others from all disciplines
and departments are warmly invited to attend.


M&EM is a new, informal, inter-departmental forum based at CRASSH and
supported by the Society for Renaissance Studies. It provides a common
resource and point of contact for all those working on the medieval and
early modern periods, in particular postgraduates and postdoctoral
researchers, with the aim of fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and
offering practical and positive support.

For more information please contact the convenors, Jenny Rampling
(jmr82@cam.ac.uk) and Felicity Green (fmg26@cam.ac.uk).


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