Geoffrey Manton LT5, 10th February, 10am – 4pm followed by a wine reception
Attendance is free, but please book a place on the Eventbrite page: https://history-diversity-symposium.eventbrite.com
The day will comprise two sessions on papers investigating the diversity of the crusades and crusading in Europe, the Mediterranean and the East.
10.00: Registration, Tea & Coffee
10.30: Keynote Lecture
- From Clermont to Mexico: The Changing Goals, Participation and Organisation of Crusading, 11th to 16th Centuries (Alan Murray – Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds)
11.30: Session 1
- Bloodless Turks and Sanguine Crusaders: Racial Diversity in William of Malmesbury’s Account Urban II’s Sermon at Clermont (James Titterton, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds)
- The Türkmen and the Crusades in Anatolia (Jason Roche, Manchester Metropolitan University)
- The Diverse Portrayals of Richard the Lionheart in Crusade Narratives (Mark McCabe, University of Huddersfield)
- The Non-noble Cavalrymen of the Fourth Crusade: The Role of the Mounted Sergeant (Jack Beaman, The University of Nottingham)
1.00-2.00: Lunch in the Atrium (provided)
2.00: Session 2
- Hiding in Plain Sight: Providers of Medical Care During Crusades to the Eastern Mediterranean, 1095-1274 (Joanna Phillips, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds)
- Diversifying Christianity in the Crusader States and the ordo(s) of Jerusalem (Adam Simmons, Lancaster University)
- Diverse Articles of Inquiry: Episcopal Censure and the Redemption of English Crusaders (Ian Bass, Manchester Metropolitan University)
- Narrative Inconsistency in Philippe de Mézières’ Accounts of the Alexandria Crusade, 1365 (Timothy Owens, University of St Andrews)
3.30: Roundtable Q&A followed by a Wine Reception – Please indicate attendance to wine reception by booking a separate ticket on Eventbrite.
Sponsored by the History Research Centre and the Royal Historical Society.