Centre for Early Modern and Medieval Studies
The Centre for Early Modern and Medieval Studies at Sussex is one of the foremost interdisciplinary institutions of its kind in Britain. Consisting of distinguished and committed academics from the School of English and Departments of History and Art History, as well as a thriving postgraduate community drawn from across the country and the world, the Centre covers most aspects of early modern study and is currently undergoing a new expansion into the medieval period.
Old St Paul’s and Culture: A Symposium
Wren Suite, St Paul’s Cathedral
15th July 2017, 9am-5pm
Organised by the Sussex Centre for Early Modern and Medieval Studies, this symposium will explore the cultural significance and many uses of Old St Paul’s Cathedral and its surrounding area in the medieval and early modern period.
Speakers include: David Colclough (Queen Mary, University of London); Sarah Dustagheer (University of Kent); Simon Healy (History of Parliament); Victor Houliston (University of the Witwatersrand); Mary Ann Lund (University of Leicester); Rory McTurk (University of Leeds); Mary Morrissey (University of Reading); Daniel Starza Smith (King's College London); Will Tosh (Shakespeare's Globe).
The conference will be followed by a dinner at a nearby restaurant. If you wish to attend the dinner please select this from the options below in addition to the conference fee.
Early Bird (available until 10th June 2017):
Standard Price - £20
Concessionary Price (students, unwaged & CEMMS affiliates) - £10
Full Price (11th June onwards):
Standard Price - £25
Concessionary Price (students, unwaged & CEMMS affiliates) - £15
Conference Dinner - £25
Please see our conference website for more details.