Approaching Medieval and Early Modern Conflict
ANZAMEMS Postgraduate Advanced Training Seminar 2019
The University of Queensland (St Lucia campus), 11–12 August 2019
Call for Applicants
Applications are invited from postgraduates and ECRs in Australia and New Zealand who would benefit from taking part in this year’s ANZAMEMS Postgraduate Advanced Training Seminar, which will focus on the study of medieval and early modern conflict.
Day One will be comprised of four methodological workshops: Conflict in Crusade Narrative (Dr Beth Spacey); Conflict in Monastic Narrative (Assoc. Prof. Kriston Rennie); Conflict and Material Culture (Prof. Megan Cassidy-Welch); and Conflict in Early Modern Print Culture (Dr Charlotte-Rose Millar). The sessions will be followed by a roundtable discussion for broader reflection on the study of historical conflict. The workshops are designed to expose participants to a variety of approaches towards conflict in a historical setting, to enable engagement with ‘research in progress’, and to develop skills in textual, visual, and material cultural analysis. This is also an opportunity for participants working on cognate topics to connect with academics, students and ECRs from UQ and beyond.
On Day Two, participants will attend the one-day symposium at UQ, Landscapes of Conflict and Encounter in the Crusading World. This symposium brings together medievalists working on diverse areas of crusading activity in Europe, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean, to give papers on the relationship between landscape, conflict and encounter. By focusing in on a particular aspect of medieval conflict, this symposium will allow participants to build their own knowledge around the theme, while providing an opportunity to network with an international group of scholars in the field.
The costs of participants’ return airfare and accommodation will be covered by ANZAMAMS and the University of Queensland.
Applications have now closed.
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