The conference is due to take place over the weekend of 13th and 14th April. It’s just a week before Easter Sunday, and immediately after the Institute of English Studies’ major Guthlac conference. So what better time could there be to spend some days in London, thinking about our sensory engagement with the medieval, and medieval sensory engagements with the world?
The conference will be written up as part of the Networks and Neighboursproject, and selected papers will be included in a book proposal.
To take account of a forum discussion on Material Properties taking place on 28th February at UCL, the deadline for proposals has been moved to Friday March 7th. Make sure yours gets in on time by sending it in!