Battle Conference of Anglo-Norman Studies

 
 
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Provisional Programme

 
Thursday 27 July
4:00   Arrival at Pyke House
6:00   Opening Reception at Battle Abbey
6:50   R. Allen Brown Memorial Lecture: John Gillingham (Brighton), ‘After Battle’
8:15   Dinner at Pyke House
     
Friday 28 July
8:30   Breakfast
9:30   Michael Lewis (British Museum), ‘Identity and status in the Bayeux Tapestry: the iconographic and artefactual evidence’
10:45   Coffee
11:15   Gale Owen-Crocker (University of Manchester), ‘The interpretation of gesture in the Bayeux Tapestry’
1:00   Lunch
2:30   Andrew Lowerre (English Heritage), ‘Early Norman castles in the south-eastern Midlands’
4:00   Tea
4:30   Mark Hagger (Brasenose College, Oxford), ‘Local administrations in Normandy 1066–1135: vicomtes, justices, and lords’
7:00   Dinner
     
Saturday 29 July
8:30   Breakfast
9:30   Mark Gardiner (The Queen’s University, Belfast), ‘Perception and exploitation of marshland in Anglo-Norman England’
10:45   Coffee
11:00   Depart for excursion to Romney Marsh and Walland Marsh. Led by Mark Gardiner
7:00   Dinner
     
Sunday 30 July
8:30   Breakfast
9:30   Alban Gautier (Boulogne-Calais-Dunkerque University), ‘Deer parks in Sussex and the Godwinesons’
10:45   Coffee
11:15   Hirokazu Tsurushima (Kumamoto University), ‘Fishing villages and estate rights over sea areas in eleventh-century England’
1:00   Lunch
2:30   Laura Ashe (Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge), ‘William the Marshal: the international English of the twelfth and thirteenth century’
4:00   Tea
4:30   Andrew Wareham (Roehampton University, Surrey), ‘Taxation and the economy in Little Domesday Book’
7:00   Dinner
     
Monday 31 July
8:30   Breakfast
9:30   Hugh Thomas (University of Miami), ‘Lay piety in England, 1066–1215’
10:45   Coffee
11:15   Stephen Church (University of East Anglia), ‘Aspects of the English royal succession, 1066–1199: the death of the king’
1:00   Lunch
    Close of conference