The 45th Battle Conference on Anglo-Norman Studies 2022 Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany and online via Zoom
Thursday 21 July: Arrival
Please note that all times are CEST
5.15 Welcome and opening remarks by the director
530-630 The Allen Brown Memorial Lecture:
Dr Alheydis Plassmann, ‘William of Malmesbury, the Gesta Stephani and the idea of successful and good rule in the 12th century’.
Friday 22 July
9.15- 10.30 Steven Vanderputten, ‘Community Building and Reform in the Life of John of Gorze’.
11-12.15 The Christine Mahaney Memorial Lecture Rory Naismith, ‘The Moneyers and Domesday Book’.
1.30 – 2.30 Poster session
2.45- 4 Laura Wangerin, ‘Communications and Power: Ottonian Queenship’.
4.30-5.45 Laura Cleaver, ‘Visualisations of the Holy Roman Empire in England c. 1154-1272’.
Saturday 23 July: Field trips. No formal papers today.
Depart 9 am St. Gereon’s Basilica, Cologne, by Hanna Jacobs, 10-12
Bonn: lunch at the conference centre and Mittagsschläfchen.
Depart 3.30 to Schwarzrheindorf Church, 4-6
Dinner from 7.
Sunday 24 July: A full day of papers
9.15-10.30 Julia Crick, ‘Beyond the Anglo-Norman realm: continental influence in the making of Exon Domesday.’
11-12.15 The Marjorie Chibnall Memorial Lecture Laura Bailey, ‘The spaces of exile in the Gesta Herewardi and Fouke le Fitz Waryn’.
Chair: Chris Lewis
2.-3.15 The Des Seal Memorial Lecture: Megan Welton, ‘Empty Honorifics? Interpreting Titles of Female Rulers Around the Turn of the First Millennium’
3.45-5 Andrea Stieldorf, ‘Seals, coins and the exchange of imagination and images’.
5.30 pm Reception
7 pm Dinner
Monday 25 July
9.15-.10.30 Elisabeth van Houts, ‘Matilda in the Empire, 1110-1125’,
11.12.15 Ben Pohl – ‘A reluctant historian and his craft: the scribal work of Andreas of Marchiennes reconsidered’.
Lunch and then Bonner Munster by Alheydis Plassmann or depart.
Stay night of 25th.