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Call for Proposals: International Medieval Research

This year over 2,000 individual papers were presented across nearly 750 sessions at the International Medieval Congress – our biggest programme ever. If you saw some high-quality papers that you think could be worthy of publication, you are welcome to propose a volume for the International Medieval Research series. The Institute for Medieval Studies produces […]

Making Leeds Medieval: here be dragons!

Smoke-breathing dragons will swoop and soar over the crowds as we bring this year’s International Medieval Congress to a close. For the first time, two gigantic dragons will fly around the University of Leeds campus during Making Leeds Medieval on Thursday 5 July, courtesy of Headstrung Puppet Theatre. Each dragon will make its way around […]

Mailing your books home after IMC 2018

With over 30 individual exhibitors taking over Parkinson Court at this year’s IMC Bookfair, plus everything on offer at the Second-Hand and Antiquarian Bookfair and the Medieval Craft Fair, and even IMC souvenirs, many delegates might be wondering how they could fit all their purchases in their suitcases. Thanks to the University of Leeds’ Mailroom […]

IMC 25: Celebrations on Campus

Next week, the University of Leeds is hosting the 25th annual International Medieval Congress. We hope you will join us in celebrating this milestone with a variety of anniversary events on campus. The traditional Wednesday IMC reception will be particularly spectacular this year with special entertainment and refreshments. As we raise a glass to the […]

Sexual Harassment in the Academy: Informal Discussion

A new informal discussion session has been added to this year’s International Medieval Congress to discuss issues surrounding sexual harassment in academia. ‘Sexual Harassment in the Academy: Where Do We Go from Here?’ will take place on Wednesday 4 July during the lunch break, 13.00-14.00, in the Michael Sadler Building: Room LG. 10. Sexual Harassment […]

#disIMC: Medievalists with Disabilities at IMC 2018

The IMC programme has expanded again with an informal gathering organised by the Medievalists with Disabilities network. On Monday 2 July, the network will host an informal gathering in Michael Sadler Building LG.10, 13.00-14.00. Disabled delegates and their allies are invited to bring their own lunch and get to know other medievalists with disabilities or […]