The Enemy: A Pre-Modern Perspective (c. 500-1700)

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January 19, 2022 to January 20, 2022
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
British History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies, European History / Studies, Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies, Military History

The Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture (University of Southampton) is delighted to announce that it will be hosting an interdisciplinary conference on The Enemy: A Pre-Modern Perspective (c. 500-1700) which will be held online on Wednesday & Thursday, 19-20 January 2022. Eighteen speakers will explore the notion of enmity and how the concept affected social, political, legal, and diplomatic relationships throughout the pre-modern world. Keynote lectures will be delivered by Dr Lydwine Scordia (University of Rouen), Dr Sophie Ambler (University of Lancaster) and Prof John France (University of Swansea).

You can read more about the conference, consult its full programme (also attached to this email) and register to this event by following this link:

Registration is essential. You will need to register by 14 January at 12PM. Details on how to join the online event will be sent to registered participants very shortly after registration closes.

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