Medievalism Transformed

15th Annual Medievalism Transformed Conference, 21st June 2019

Crime and Punishment: From the Medieval to the Early Modern and the Neo-Gothic

Medievalism Transformed is an annual event hosted by Bangor University, School of English, that aims to explore the medieval world and its sustained impact on subsequent culture and thought. It brings together postgraduates and early career researchers from across the United Kingdom and worldwide.

This conference is unique not only because it welcomes research from a multitude of medieval studies’ disciplines, but also because of its interest in the sustained fascination with and impact of the Middle Ages in later centuries.

This year’s conference is the 15th annual ‘Medievalism Transformed’ conference and it will focus on ‘Crime and Punishment: From the Medieval to the Early Modern and the Neo-Gothic’. The theme of this year’s conference is tailored to the aims of the Society for Medieval Studies and its interdisciplinary outlook. It aims at fostering different approaches and bringing together medievalists from different subject areas from around the country to contribute to the on-going research in medieval studies. This year’s theme adheres to the conferences aim of adopting themes that attract high-quality and up-to date contributions.

Keynote speaker: Dr Jen Baker - Warwick University