Category Archives: ILCR Research Seminar

Professor Thomas Gallanis Lecture and Masterclass

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 and here.

Professor Maria Macuch seminar and reading group

On Monday 17 October, Professor Maria Macuch (Freie Universität, Berlin) delivered the SAIMS seminar on Middle Persian Court Records from Tabarestān: Recent Evidence on Legal Proceedings in Eighth-Century Iran.

On Tuesday 18 October 2016, at 2pm in the New Seminar Room, St John’s House, Professor Macuch led a workshop entitled Legal Constructions of Consanguinity: Succession in Sasanian Iran.

 

Hans Jacob Orning Seminar

At 11 a.m. on Tuesday 3rd May in the Old Class Library, Department of Medieval History, Hans Jacob Orning (Oslo University), Royal Society of Edinburgh CRF European Visiting Research Fellowship, will give a paper entitled:

‘The Reality of the Fantastic: The Magical, Geopolitical and Social Universe of Late Medieval Saga Manuscripts’