In collaboration with the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, Canterbury, and the Canterbury Cathedral Archives, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Canterbury Christ Church University is hosting a conference on 'Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict, 1000-1350' in Canterbury from 7-9 December 2007.
This conference aims to consider cathedrals as embodiments of community and conflict within the British Isles and Normandy during the high Middle Ages.
Speakers include: William Aird, Richard Allen, Julia Barrow, Paul Dalton, John R. Davies, Marie-Pierre Gelin, Cecil Humphery-Smith, Kathryn Hurlock, Charles Insley, Chris Lewis, Stephen Marritt, Thomas Roche, Catherine Schulze, Stuart Sharp, Sheila Sweetinburgh, Sarah Thomas, Nicholas Vincent, Paul Webster and Anne Williams.
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