Thomas Malory: Life and Works

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Join the London Medieval Society for a one-day colloquium exploring the life and works of Thomas Malory. Saturday 20 November 2021 via Zoom.

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20 November 2021


Join the London Medieval Society as we explore the life and work of Thomas Malory, 550 years after his death in 1471. The programme of the day is as follows:

10.15 Virtual meeting room opens

10.20 Welcome (Alfred Hiatt)

10.30 Simon Payling (History of Parliament), Sir Thomas Malory - Common Criminal or Political Prisoner?

11.15 Break

11.30 Martha Baldon (St Andrews), Illusion, Delusion, and Hallucination: Collective Identity and Multiple Selves in Thomas Malory's 'Tale of the Sankgreal'

12.15 Lunch

1.00 Megan Leitch (Cardiff), Malory and the Crux of 'Conscious Artistry'

1.45 Round Table

2.30 End of Event

Tickets are free of charge. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent via email.

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Since 1945 the London Medieval Society (LMS) has been committed to providing an invigorating forum for students and scholars from any discipline to present their own work and to share their ideas with fellow medievalists.

The colloquia involve speakers from this country and beyond, often coming from very different disciplines and each producing unique responses to the themes under discussion.

As well as organising these three colloquia, the Society has also helped to organise sessions at the Leeds International Conference of Medievalists. The LMS organisers are always interested to hear from people with offers of papers or suggestions about themes for our upcoming colloquia.

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