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Sharing Medieval Research with the Community

A couple of weeks ago, on Saturday 17th March, a few staff in the Centre had a stall at the UniversityÔÇÖs Community Day to showcase some of the research we do relating to Exeter Cathedral.┬á We had interest from people of all ages, asking questions about our projects, the pictures and maps we were showing, […]


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Visiting a PhD Crime Scene

In my PhD research, I am looking at the local pasts that were communicated through liturgy in the tenth century in a metropolitan city on the Moselle river: Trier. My main corpus of sources consists of prayers, sermons, hymns and hagiographical texts, all of which can be found in medieval manuscripts from this area. In […]


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Using the Past to Negotiate a Time of Change: A Medieval Perspective

Last month in the baroque splendours of the Brevnov monastery in Prague, HERA┬álaunched its third joint programme of European research on ‘Uses of the Past’.┬á Amongst the 18 projects being funded for the next three years is one based, in part, at Exeter on Europe in the long tenth century: After Empire: Using and Not […]


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