Storytelling-Grad Student Conference
Storytelling is a fundamentally human activity that bridges the past and present, the local and the international. Stories can be told through many mediums: art, stained glass, buildings, manuscripts and oral accounts can all transmit stories, whether they were intended to or not.
The CMS Graduate Conference warmly invites postgraduates (including MA and MSc) from across the Humanities and Social Sciences who have an interest in the medieval period to apply. The theme particularly welcomes papers from postgraduate researchers in the fields of Archaeology, Art History, Classics, English and Related Literatures, History, Palaeography and Philosophy. We also encourage researchers who employ interdisciplinary methodologies to submit a paper.