Skip to main navigationSkip to main content
The University of Southampton
Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture

Recent work on Monasticism Event

Date:
28 January 2008
Venue:
Lecture Theatre C Avenue Campus University of Southampton

Event details

CMRC Workshop

10.00am.
Coffee and registration

10.30-12 noon.
Session 1: Monastic life: inside and outside the monastery

  • Peter Clarke (Southampton), ‘Runaway religious and the papal penitentiary in the fifteenth century'
  • Nicholas Karn (Southampton) ‘The letters of Herbert Losinga and the social relations of twelfth-century Benedictines'
  • Liz Eastlake (Winchester) ‘Boxley Abbey in the fourteenth century'
    Chair: Matthew Johnson, Southampton
  • Bella Millett (Southampton) ‘A rule, as it were, for your way of life: regulations for recluses'
    Chair: Ros King, Southampton

12.40-1.20pm.
Lunch (the Avenue café is open for the purchase of sandwiches and hot meals)

1.20-2.50pm.
Session 2: Varieties of life

  • Cate Gunn (Southampton) ‘Viri religiosi. Were canons monks?'
    Barbara Bombi (Kent) ‘General proctors of religious orders: the example of the Teutonic knights'
  • Christopher Woolgar (Southampton) ‘In the bishop's chamber'
    Chair: tbc

2.50-3.10pm.
Tea

3.10-4.40pm.
Session 3: Environment

  • Alison Gascoigne (Southampton) ‘The monastic town of Ansina in Middle Egypt'
    Cindy Wood (Winchester) ‘The chantries of Winchester cathedral'
  • Leonie Hicks (Southampton) ‘Into the wilderness'
    Chair: David Hinton, Southampton

4.40-5.30pm.
Round table discussion Chair: Anne Curry, Southampton

5.30-7.00pm.
Wine reception and book launch (outside Lecture Theatre C)

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive cookies on the University of Southampton website.

×