Centre for Medieval Society & Culture
Welcome to the Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture at Cardiff University.
The Centre aims to promote interdisciplinary study of the Middle Ages, bringing together specialists from several different subject areas within the University to collaborate in high-quality research and graduate teaching. Members of the Centre include staff and postgraduate students from the Schools of History, Archaeology and Religious Studies (SHARE), English, Communication and Philosophy (ENCAP) and Welsh.
The Centre runs a regular programme of research seminars and organises conferences and workshops, providing a focus for collaboration and discussion as well as an opportunity to bring scholars to the University from overseas. Its academic and social events are open to, and well supported by, non-University medievalists in the region.
Humanities Building at Cardiff University
The Society for Medieval Archaeology Student Colloquium provides a platform for postgraduates and early career professionals to share their research. In 2012 this successful annual event will be held in the Humanities Building at Cardiff University between the 8-9th November. Over the two days there will be paper sessions, a poster session, a wine reception and a book display.
This interdisciplinary conference is aimed at postgraduate students exploring medieval topics during the course of their research.