Kent hosts 15th Century Conference

The annual Fifteenth Century Conference has brought together scholars of medieval Britain and continental Europe for over 30 years. Between 10-12th September this year, the University of Kent will play host to historians from across the world, exploring themes in social and economic history, cultural exchange across late medieval Europe, and the political culture of Lancastrian England. Keynote lectures by Paul Cavill (Cambridge) and Phil Slavin (Kent) explore the legacy of Magna Carta and the effect of famine and climate change on late medieval England.

The full booking details, can be found at the Fifteenth Century Conference online registration page.

For the full programme please see the following link.