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Liturgy, Literature & History (Day 2 - Friday 6th August)

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Liturgy, Literature & History: Oswald of Northumbria and the Cult of Saints in the High Middle Ages

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This conference will take place via Zoom Webinar. Video presentations of the papers will be available to view from 2 weeks before the conference and the live element on 5th & 6th August will consist of Q&A sessions.

Delegates will be sent a link to access the video presentations and details of how to join the webinar nearer the time. There will also be an optional informal social/discussion session on Thursday evening - details about how to join this will be shared during the webinar.

  • The Q&A sessions will feature live subtitling. If you have any other access requirements that could support your involvement in the conference then please email history.oswald@ucl.ac.uk with 'access' as the subject heading.

To register for Day 1 of the conference please click here.

Draft programme for Friday 6th August

14:30 Welcome

14:35 Panel 4

Dr Diarmuid O’Riain (Munich), 'The Lives of Oswald and other English saints in the twelfth-century Magnum Legendarium Austriacum'

Dr Henry Parkes (Nottingham), ‘Oswald’s Office in the Bodenseeraum’

Dr Gerhard Lutz (Cleveland Museum), ‘Oswald and Hildesheim Reconsidered’

Chair: Dr Jonathan Lyon (Chicago)

15:35 Break

16:05 Panel 5

Dr Sean Dunnahoe (California State), 'The transmission of Oswald’s liturgy into Scandinavia'

Professor Brigitte Meijns (KU Leuven), ‘The Abbey of Bergues-Saint-Winnoc and the Cult of St. Oswald in Eleventh-Century Flanders’

Chair: Dr Erik Niblaeus (Cambridge)

16:50 Short break

17:05 Panel 6

Dr Sarah Bowden (King's College London), 'St Oswald’s raven: sanctity, sovereignty and animality in the Munich Oswald'

Dr Francesca Brooks (York), ‘Falling into precipice of mind and monastery’: Lynette Roberts (1909-95) and the Lives of the Cambro-British Saints'

Chair: Professor Björn Weiler (Aberystwyth)

17:50 Concluding remarks


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