Oct 27, 2012
from 08:00 AM to 07:30 PM
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Registration is now open for attendance at the University of East Anglia/University of Cambridge Medieval Art in East Anglia Symposium on Saturday 27th October. As we finalise numbers, it would be extremely helpful if you could confirm your attendance at the conference by emailing: email@example.com. Registration in this way is free until the 20th October, after which there will be a £5 surcharge to cover the costs of additional refreshments.
10.30-11.45: First Session: ' Representing the Saints in Medieval East Anglia'
Chair: Sarah Salih
Rosie Mills, V&A: ' The Making of the Guthlac Roll and its Place in the Verbal and Visual Tradition of the Vita sancti Guthlaci'
Helen Smith, University of Edinburgh: 'Medieval Marian Fan Art: Biblical Inconsistencies in Medieval East-Anglian Drama and Visual Culture'
Lloyd de Beer, British Museum: 'Carving out a History: The St Peter Mancroft Alabaster Group'
11.45-12.15: COFFEE BREAK
12.15-13.15: Second Session: 'Late Medieval Aesthetics and East Anglia'
Chair: Nigel Morgan
Julian Luxford, University of St Andrews: 'A Serious Aesthetic: the Fourteenth-Century Gatehouse of St Benet's Abbey'
Paul Binski, University of Cambridge: 'Eastern England and Continental Europe in the Fourteenth Century: Notes on Jean Bony'
14.30-15.45: Third Session: ' Late Medieval Church Building'
Chair: Eric Fernie
Gabriel Byng, University of Cambridge: 'The Squeezed Middle: Parish Church Building and Village Society in Medieval Cambridgeshire'
Nick Trend, University of East Anglia: 'Wighton: The Building of a 15th Century Parish Church'
Sandy Heslop and Helen Lunnon, University of East Anglia: 'Sir Edmund Thorp and Church Building in Early Fifteenth Century Norfolk'
15.45-16.15: COFFEE BREAK
16.15-17.30: Fourth Session: Artistic Choices and Audience Receptions in East Anglian Art
Beatrice Leal, University of East Anglia: 'The Sepulture of Henry le Straunge of Honystanston'
Claire Daunton, University of Cambridge: 'Saints and Sinners: Some Thoughts on Mid Fifteenth-Century Church Roof Imagery'
A map of Cambridge with University locations can be found at: www.map.cam.ac.uk.
Laura Slater (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rebecca Pinner (Rebecca.Pinner@uea.ac.uk)