Congress Speakers

Congress Speakers

Richard Rawlinson Center Congress Speakers

The Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research annually invites a distinguished scholar to be the Rawlinson Center congress speaker at the International Congress on Medieval Studies. The Rawlinson congress speaker for the 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 14-17, 2015) is Sarah Foot (Christ Church, University of Oxford), whose paper "Bede's Kings" is featured in the session "Bede's Royalty."

(in reverse chronological order)

2014

Electronic Beowulf @ 21

Andrew Prescott, King's College London

2013

Viking Winter Camps in England: New Archaeological Evidence

Dawn M. Hadley, Univ. of Sheffield

2012

Devotion and Belief: Images of the Passion in Anglo-Saxon Art

Jennifer O'Reilly, Univ. College Cork

2011

Off the Map? Late Anglo-Saxon Literate Culture beyond the Metropolis

Julia Crick, Univ. of Exeter

2010

Does Penance Matter? Sin and Society in Tenth- and Eleventh-Century England

Catherine Cubitt, Univ. of York

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2009

The Ox and the Ass at the Manger: Folcard, Goscelin, and the Saints of Anglo-Saxon England

Rosalind Love, Univ. of Cambridge

2008

Anglo-Saxon Sculpture and the Limits of Liturgical and Patristic Evidence

Richard N. Bailey, Univ. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

2007

Viking and Anglo-Saxon Longships

Ole Crumlin-Pedersen, Viking Ship Museum, Roskild

2006

An Anonymous Historian of Edward the Elder's Reign

David A. E. Pelteret, King’s College London

2005

Marvels and Monsters: What Kind of Source Study?

Patrizia Lendinara, Univ. degli Studi di Palermo

2004

Looking and Seeing: The Face in Anglo-Saxon Art

James Graham Campbell, Univ. College, Univ. of London

2003

Power at the Center from Constantine the Great to the Deerhurst Dedication Inscription

John Higgitt, Univ. of Edinburgh

2002

Crosses and Conversion: The Iconography of the York Viking Coinage ca. 900

Mark Blackburn, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

2001

A Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: Origins, Facts, and Problems

Helmut Gneuss, Univ. München

2000

The Changing Image: Divine and Human in Anglo-Saxon Art

Rosemary Cramp, Univ. of Durham

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1999

Encrypted Visions: Style and Sense in the Anglo-Saxon Minor Arts 400–900

Leslie Webster, British Museum

1998

Humfrey Wanley's "Book of Specimens"

Simon Keynes, Trinity College, Univ. of Cambridge

1997

Explicit: The Book of Cerne and the Culmination of the Insular Tradition

Michelle Brown, British Library

1996

Archbishop Wulfstan's Canon Collection

Patrick Wormald, Christ Church, Univ. of Oxford

 

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