NNSC VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

20th January 2022

The NNSC and the Leicester Medieval Research Centre have organised a virtual roundtable discussion on the topic of Slavery and Slave Trade in the Later Medieval Mediterranean. The session, chaired by Professor Norman Housley, will take place 25th January at 5pm GMT.

Registration at Eventbrite is now available.

For more information follow the link below.

 

MERCENARIES AND CRUSADERS CALL FOR PAPERS JUNE 2022

18th January 2022

The Hungary in Medieval Europe Research Group at the Department of History, University of Debrecen, the Centre for the History of Society and Culture (CHSC) of the University of Coimbra and the Histoire et Cultures de l’Antiquité et du Moyen Âge (HiscAnt-MA) Laboratoire of the University of Lorraine are pleased to announce that the interdisciplinary conference on Mercenaries and Crusaders (1202-1480s) will take place 22nd-24th June 2022, at the University of Debrecen, Hungary.

The organisers encourage thematic panels, but individual papers may also be submitted. Each paper – in a panel or independently – will be of a duration of 20 minutes. Panels preferably consisting of three to four papers should ideally include a brief 5-minute introductory presentation of their theme and rationale. All sessions will be followed by a brief discussion.

The deadline for submissions is 31st January 2022. To submit, follow the link below.

Due to the pandemic, the University of Debrecen might consider applications for online presentations.

 

2021 SEMINAR SERIES CONT.

8th November 2021

The NNSC's seminar series is continuing with a new seminar on 17th November, featuring papers from Adam Simmons and Philip Booth.

 

NNSC CALL FOR PAPERS FOR LEEDS IMC 2022

29th July 2021

The NNSC is organising a strand of papers at the Leeds International Medieval Congress of July 2022. To this end, we have issued a Call for Papers of approximately 20 minutes in length. The special focus of the session will be Borders; political, military, spiritual, or otherwise.

Proposals must include a title and abstract of 300 words, as well as your name and institutional affiliation. Please email your proposal to j.t.roche.mmu.ac.uk by Friday 17th September 2021.

 

CONFLICT ON CRUSADE CONFERENCE AUGUST

2nd July 2021

The Conflict on Crusade online conference, organised by Michael S. Fulton and Heather Crowley, is running from 3rd to 6th August via Zoom. The NNSC has collaborated to organise the panel for the last day, featuring papers from Giampiero Bagni, Louis Pulford, and Thomas Brosset. Each day will feature an hour and a half panel at 5PM British time.

"Hostile encounters were a fundamental component of the crusades in the Latin East. Combatants strategized, confronted, and defended against their opponents, often recording their military endeavours in writing or, occasionally, within the landscape itself. This virtual conference will investigate key components of conflict in the Latin East, including military strategies, physical and mental experiences of violence, as well as surviving material remains."

 

2021 SEMINAR SERIES CONT.

6th May 2021

After a break for Easter, our seminar series will resume on 12th May with presentations from Megan Cassidy-Welch, Emily Abercrombie, and Stephen Spencer.

 

2021 SEMINAR SERIES CONT.

2nd March 2021

The third session of the NNSC's seminar series will be on 11th March. This session will feature presentations from Holly Dempster-Edwards and Niall Christie.

Furthermore, a recording of the previous seminar is available on the site's Useful Resources page.

 

2021 SEMINAR SERIES CONT.

26th January 2021

The next session of the NNSC's seminar series will be on 11th February. This session will focus on the Mongols and Turks, featuring presentations from Yoni Brack, Nic Morton, and Luke Quinn.

 

2021 SEMINAR SERIES

12th January 2021

The 2021 Seminar Series of the Northern Network for the Study of the Crusades will get underway on 14th January, and we are delighted to announce that we have an exciting line-up. In our first session, Dr Nicholas L. Paul (winner of the Medieval Academy of America’s John Nicholas Brown Book Prize for his first monograph) will present work drawn from his ground-breaking new project on the performance of crusader status, and Louis Pulford will discuss his fascinating PhD research.