Best Book Chris Fern, Tania Dickinson & Leslie Webster, ed., The Staffordshire Hoard: An Anglo-Saxon Treasure, London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2019 A very detailed and scholarly yet accessible publication, suitable for specialist scholars and anyone simply interested in the Hoard. Three strands (book, specialist reports and surveys and catalogue) follow a balanced andContinue reading “ISSEME Publication Awards 2021”
We are very pleased to be able to make available the preliminary programme of the 20th Biennial Conference of the International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England (ISSEME). The conference, on the theme ‘Contributions’, is organized by the University of Winchester, Concordia University, Flinders University and Leiden University. The programme include keynote lecturesContinue reading “ISSEME 2021 Conference: Preliminary Programme Available”
A new Brepols book series, SOEL (Studies in Old English Literature) has been launched; find the flyer below:
This year’s annual Toller Memorial Lecture at the University of Manchester will be delivered by Prof Catherine Clarke (IHR) on the topic of ‘Reading Trauma in Early Medieval English Texts’. Below, you will find an abstract for Prof Clarke’s lecture. The lecture will take place on Monday 26 April at 5pm, via Zoom. Attendance isContinue reading “Annual Toller Lecture (26 April, 2021)”
The deadline for the call for papers of the twentieth biennial conference of the International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England is 15 January, 2021. You can find the full cfp here: https://isseme.org/isseme-conference-2021/ Note: Abstracts are handed in via Google Forms; if you do not have a Google account, you can send yourContinue reading “Deadline CFP Biennial Conference 2021: 15 january, 2021”
ISSEME 2021 will be a hybrid in-person/online event hosted at four separate locations for one day each over the course of a week. DATES Thursday, 17 June: Winchester University (Winchester, UK) Friday, 18 June: Concordia University (Montréal, Canada) Monday, 21 June: Flinders University (Adelaide, Australia) Tuesday, 22 June: Leiden University (Leiden,Continue reading “Date and theme for the 20th Biennieal ISSEME Conference (17-22 June, 2021)”
Every year, the International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England donates a little over 2,000 USD to charities related to the disciplines in our field in order to upkeep its status as a nonprofit organization.
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