Our people at the International Medieval Congress
International Medieval Congress will be held in Leeds (UK) on 4-7 July. The programme can be found on its website.
A strong group of researchers from the University of Warsaw working on Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages will be there:
- Robert Wiśniewski Jealous Romans, False Provincials, and Clerical Migrations to Late Antique Rome.
- Grzegorz Bartusik & Rafał Rutkowski, Reception of Ancient Traditions as Legitimisation of Rulers and Dynasties.
- Roman Michałowski, Missionary Traditions, Religious Violence, and the Symbolic Legitimisation of Elites.
- Paweł Żmudzki, From Barbarian Warrior to Christian Knight?
- Mateusz Bogucki, Iconography and Legitimisation of Ideology on 11th-Century Coinage.
- Anna Dryblak, Social Elite and Female Monastic Foundations in the 12th Century.
- Grzegorz Pac, Local Cults of Saints and Legitimisation of Bishops and Bishoprics.
- Zbigniew Dalewski, The Tension between the Ideology and Practice of Rulership.
- Marcin Pauk, Dynastic Conflicts: Civil Wars or Constant Struggles?
- Kalina Słaboszowska, Do Peasants Have Emotions?: Perspective of Jan Długosz in Annales seu Cronicae incliti Regni Poloniae.
- Grace Stafford, The Abbess and the Inscription: A Material Perspective on Women’s Monasticism in Visigothic Spain.
- Alexander Sarantis, What Happened When Roman Frontiers Collapsed: The Lower Danube Limes Zone in the 7th to 8th Centuries.
- Aleksander Paradziński, Theodosius and the Late Latin Historiography.
- Tomasz Barański, Inculcating Arabic into the Nubian Soil: The Process and Its Agents.
- Agnieszka Bartoszewicz, Crossing Barriers: Jews in Late Medieval Warsaw.
- Paweł Nowakowski, Syriac, a Monkish Thing?: Revisiting a Passage from John Chrysostom.
- Jerzy Pysiak & Krzysztof Skwierczyński, Struggles for Episcopal Legitimisation during the Gregorian Reform.
- Karolina Morawska, ‘In quodam hospicio suspecto, ubi mulieres suspectae fuerunt’: Sexual Misdeeds and Social Outcasts in Late Medieval Poland.
We wish you a splendid time at the Congress!