- Some past events, activities, and conferences
Rachel Burns and Rafael Pascual, two members of Andy Orchard's CLASP team, hosted the Anglo-Saxon Metre and Literary Studies event, 29-30 October 2019, TORCH, Oxford
Medieval storytelling: two of our DPhil students, Hannah Ryley and Gareth Evans, ran an AHRC-funded student outreach project on the art of storytelling. See the video of their workshop, and their website.
Oxford hosted the first conference of The Early English Text Society in May 2010, for which conference proceedings are available, and to celebrate that Society’s 150th anniversary, a workshop for graduate students in textuality and editing, in Oxford in May 2014. Follow EETS' tweets.
Laura Ashe and Daniel Wakelin were on the Programme Board of the 20th Biennial New Chaucer Congress, Reykjavik, Iceland, 16-20 July 2014; some fourteen graduate students and Faculty members presented papers and chaired sessions.
Nicholas Perkins curated the Bodleian online exhibition The Romance of the Middle Ages, which is full of multimedia resources. After Chichele: Intellectual and Cultural Dynamics of the English Church, 1443 to 1517 St. Anne’s College, Oxford, 28-30 June 2017
Conquest: 1016, 1066, Ioannou Centre, Oxford, 21-24 July 2016.
Medicine of Words: Literature, Medicine, and Theology in the Middle Ages, 11-12 September 2015, St Anne's College, Oxford
Transforming Scripture: Biblical Translations and Adaptations in Old and Middle English, 29-31 May 2014, St Anne's College, Oxford
A number of faculty members are involved in the annual Oxford Medieval Mystery Cycles, held at St Edmund Hall
Oxford hosted the annual meeting of TOEBI (Teachers of Old English in Britain and Ireland) in 2018