45th Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies (21-25/07/2022)

45th Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies


Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Allemagne,
21 au 25 juillet 2022
et à distance par zoom

Programme et bourses

PROGRAMME
Thursday 21 July: Arrival
Please note that all times are CEST
LOCATION: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, the Main Lecture
Building (the Schloss) Lecture Hall IX
5.15 Welcome and opening remarks by the director
530-630 The Allen Brown Memorial Lecture:
Dr Alheydis Plassmann, ‘William of Malmesbury, the Gesta Stephani and the idea
of successful and good rule in the 12th century’.
Chair: Prof. Elisabeth van Houts, chair of the Allen Brown Memorial Trust
630 Reception: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Café Unique
There will be wine, soft drinks, and substantial snacks, so delegates may not feel
the need to dine afterwards.
Friday 22 July
LOCATION: the Catholic Students’ parish situated at the gothic church St Remigius,
Brüdergasse 8, 53111 Bonn where we’ll meet in the chapterhouse.
NB All lectures will be located in the chapterhouse and it is here that teas, coffees, and
lunch will be served.
9.15- 10.30 Prof. Steven Vanderputten, ‘Community Building and Reform in the Life of
John of Gorze’.
Chair: Prof. Dan Power
10-30-11 Coffee
11-12.15 The Christine Mahany Memorial Lecture
Dr Rory Naismith, ‘The Moneyers and Domesday Book’.
Chair: Dr Rachel Swallow
12.15-1.30 Lunch
1.30 – 2.30 Poster session
Chair: Dr Leonie Hicks
2.45- 4 Prof. Laura Wangerin, ‘Communications and Power: Ottonian Queenship’.
Chair: Dr Anaïs Waag
4-4.30 Coffee
4.30-5.45 Laura Cleaver, ‘Visualisations of the Holy Roman Empire in England c. 1154-
1272′.
Chair: Dr Emma Cavell
7 Dinner
Saturday 23 July: Field trips. No formal papers today.
Depart 9 am St. Gereon’s Basilica, Cologne, by Dr Hanna Jacobs, 10-12
Bonn: lunch at the conference centre and Mittagsschläfchen.
Depart 3.30 to Schwarzrheindorf Church, 4-6
Dinner from 7.
Sunday 24 July: A full day of papers
9.15-10.30 Julia Crick, ‘Beyond the Anglo-Norman realm: continental influence in the
making of Exon Domesday.’
Chair: Dr Daniel Armstrong
10.30-11 Coffee
11-12.15 The Marjorie Chibnall Memorial Lecture
Dr Laura Bailey, ‘The spaces of exile in the Gesta Herewardi and Fouke le Fitz
Waryn’.
Chair: Dr Chris Lewis
12.15-2.00 Lunch
2.-3.15 The Des Seal Memorial Lecture:
Dr Megan Welton, ‘Empty Honorifics? Interpreting Titles of Female Rulers Around
the Turn of the First Millennium’
Chair: Dr Ben Savill
3.15-3.45 Coffee
3.45-5 Prof. Dr Andrea Stieldorf, ‘Seals, coins and the exchange of imagination and
images’.
Chair: Dr Mark Hagger
5.30 pm Reception
7 pm Dinner
Monday 25 July
9.15-.10.30 Prof. Elisabeth van Houts, ‘Matilda in the Empire, 1110-1125’,
Chair: Dr Hannah Boston
10.30-11 Coffee
11.12.15 Dr Ben Pohl – ‘A reluctant historian and his craft: the scribal work of Andreas of
Marchiennes reconsidered’.
Chair: The director
Lunch and then Bonner Munster by Dr Alheydis Plassmann or depart.
Stay night of 25th.

To register your interest and to receive joining instructions via zoom email:
battlewebsite@gmail.com

BOURSES

Please Note: There will be 10 postgraduate bursaries, €200 each, administered by the
University of Bonn. Please contact Dr Alheydis Plassmann at a.plassmann@uni-bonn.de
for further details. Applicants for the Bonn bursary should send a short account (not
more than 300 words) of their research topic, explaining its significance in the field of
Anglo-Norman Studies. They should also give their
• Name, postal and email addresses, and telephone number
• thesis title and level (master’s or doctoral), and whether full or part-time
• university and department
• supervisor’s name
Deadline 15 June 2022 @ 5pm CEST
There will also be three Muriel Brown scholarships offered by the Allen Brown memorial
Trust, £700 each. Please email the secretary of the Allen Brown Memorial Trust, Ms
Caroline Palmer, at cpalmer@boydell.co.uk for further details.
Deadline 16 May 2022 @ 5pm BST
Applicants for the Muriel Brown bursary should send a short account (not more than
300 words) of their research topic, explaining its significance in the field of AngloNorman Studies. They should also give their
• Name, postal and email addresses, and telephone number
• thesis title and level (master’s or doctoral), and whether full or part-time
• university and department
• supervisor’s name
The applicant’s supervisor should also provide an endorsement separately, explaining
why attendance at the conference would be helpful at this stage in their research.
The poster session for postgraduate researchers will again be an important part of the
conference. If you are interested in submitting a poster, please contact Dr Leonie Hicks
here
Deadline 13 June 2022 @ 5pm BST
There is no Registration fee this year, but delegates attending the Bonn conference must
still register. Please email the director: battlewebsite@gmail.com
Deadline 1 July 2022

 

PRATIQUE ET CONTACTS

A buffet lunch is provided each day, including Monday,
In the evenings,
Thursday reception has food;
Friday we have booked tables at the Restaurant “Olive”, Brüdergasse 12, 53111 Bonn;
Saturday is a buffet at the Restaurant Opera, Kapuzinerstraße 13, 53111 Bonn;
Sunday we will go to a traditional “Bonn/Rhenish” restaurant: Em Höttche, Markt 4,
53111, Bonn;
The reception on Thursday and the buffet on Saturday will be free, but we would ask you
to pay for your own meal on Friday and Sunday. Please tell us, if you don’t want to
join any meal, because we need to inform the restaurants.
Saturday is our excursion day. We’ll get lunch packets at the Conference Centre when we
return from Cologne. Hopefully, the weather will be nice enough that we can take
them and enjoy the “Hofgarten” or the banks of the Rhine.
Alheydis will give a short tour of the Bonner Münster for anyone who is able to stay
Monday afternoon.
Our first paper, the Allen Brown Memorial Lecture, will be in Rheinische FriedrichWilhelms-Universität Bonn in the main lecture building (The Schloss) (Lecture
Room IX) followed by a substantial reception (Café Unique) meaning that you may
not feel the need to go to dinner afterwards.
The conference then moves to its main location where we will meet each day that the
conference is in session. The main location is the Catholic Students parish situated
at the gothic church St Remigius, Brüdergasse 8, 53111 Bonn where we’ll meet in
the chapterhouse.
Attached to this email is a map of central Bonn with the key locations marked on it.
Delegates
The main conference hotel is:
Motel One Bonn-Beethoven.
Berliner Freiheit 36
D-53111 Bonn
fon: +49 (228) 97 27 86-0
fax: +49 (228) 97 27 86-10
bonn-beethoven@motel-one.com
www.motel-one.com
Where the speakers and others will be staying. 30 Rooms have been reserved for delegates
and will be held until two weeks before the start of the conference. If you wish
make a reservation, please mention the conference and you will be allocated one of
those rooms.
Hotel Ibis
https://www.hotel.de/de/ibis-bonn/hotel-127591/
My Südstadt:
https://www.booking.com/hotel/de/my-sa1-4dstadt-bonn.de.html
Bed & Breakfast Bonn:

 


OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
Rédaction (1 juin 2022). 45th Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies (21-25/07/2022). Mondes nordiques et normands médiévaux. Consulté le 21 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/rizk


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