The ILCR is pleased to welcome Professor Thomas Gallanis (Associate Dean for Research, Allan D. Vestal Chair in Law and Professor of History at the University of Iowa) as a senior visiting fellow. Professor Gallanis will give the following lecture and masterclass:
Lecture: Thurs, 20 April, 1-2pm, Old Class Library, Dept. of Medieval History, 69-71 South Street (lunch will now be available in Professor John Hudson’s office in the Department of Medieval History at 12.30)
“What Happened to English Constitutional History?”
Masterclass: Fri 21 April, 2-4pm, Old Seminar Room, Dept. of Medieval History, 69-71 South Street
“Bloody Code, Bloody Historians”
Recommended advance reading is available here
The first annual lecture in the ‘History of Women, Gender and Sexuality’ series takes place on Wednesday 8 March, 5.15, School I, The Quadrangle.
Please see the poster below for more details:
The ILCR’s 2017 Candlemas semester events begin with a visit from Lorena Atzeri (Milan).
On Monday 30 January Dr Atzeri will deliver a lecture entitled ‘Infamy and Exclusion in Late Antiquity (Roman and Early Canon Law)’ (5.15, Old Class Library, Department of Medieval History).
On Tuesday 31 January Dr Atzeri will hold a workshop on ‘Religious dissidents and infamy in Late Antique legislation and Early Canon law’ (12.30pm for lunch in Rm 11, 71 South Street, workshop begins at 1pm in the Old Class Library).
The suggested primary reading for the workshop is a section of the Theodosian Code, available here and here (English trans).
The suggested secondary reading is: Banfi, Garnsey, and Humfress.
On Wednesday 22 June, Monica Hakimi (University of Michigan Law School) will give a lecture entitled:
‘The Real Work of International Law’
Venue: Arts Seminar Room 2, New Arts Building