The programme of events for the MEMS Summer Festival on Friday 19th June has now been finalised. Download a copy of the programme at the following link! MEMS Summer Festival.
Held in Keynes College, at The University of Kent’s Canterbury Campus, this day-long conference will celebrate the vibrant community of students, academic staff and Friends that is MEMS.
The programme will consist of speakers presenting new research, panels, discussions, performances and interactive workshops to bring together all the diverse interests of the centre in a supportive and stimulating environment.
Registration for this event is free and closes on the 12th June 2015. The event is open to all University of Kent students and staff with an interest in the medieval and early modern periods, as well as to Friends of MEMS.
To register please follow the links on Facebook, Twitter or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About MEMS: The University of Kent Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) is an interdisciplinary department encompassing researchers and students working in History, Religion, Politics, Literature, Drama, Art History, Architecture, and Archaeology from c. 400-1850.