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Third Durham-Northumbria Colloquium in Medieval and Golden Age Studies

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The Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas

Colloquium on aspects of the literature, art, and cultural history of the Iberian Peninsula of the Middle Ages and the Golden Age.

Keynote speakers, confirmed:

  • Professor Jonathan Thacker, University of Oxford;
  • Emeritus Professor George Greenia, College of William and Mary (Virginia)

Registration open to 28 June 2019. 

Coloquio sobre arte, literatura, o la historia cultural de la Península Ibérica de la Edad Media o del Siglo de Oro.

Plenaristas confirmados,

  • Prof. Jonathan Thacker, Universidad de Oxford;
  • Profesor Emérito George Greenia, College of William and Mary (Virginia). 

Registración abierta hasta el 28 de junio.

Colloquium Programme

Fees

  • Full Fee: £42
  • Concession Fee (PG Students/Unwaged): £35
  • Evening Dinner at Blackfriars (Thursday 4th July): £35

Accommodation

Our partners at NGI have offered us preferential rates at local hotels, for more information and booking click here

Conference Dinner

The Conference Dinner takes place at Blackfriars Restaurant on Thursday 4th July and cost £35 per person. If you book onto this option you will be contacted for your menu options, the menu can be found . 

Event Details

The Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas
St. Nicholas Square
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1PF

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