Medieval Sexualities will be a two day interdisciplinary conference held at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL; 11-12 June 2016 organised by Emily Klimova (UCL) which will explore how different forms and concepts of sexuality are represented and produced in the medieval context though textual, material, archaeological, visual and musical sources. For example, how are sexualities communicated though medieval art and writing
Abstracts of 250 words are invited for submission by 20 April 2016. Please email abstracts to the conference committee at NEmics2016@gmail.com.
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