Medieval Landscape and Settlement Research: the Legacy of Adriaan Verhulst

When
15-01-2020 from 09:15 to 15:30
Where
Ghent, Plateau-Rozier building, 1st floor, Lecture Room 1.3
Language
English
Organizer
Stefan Meysman
Contact
Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be
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MSS Collaborative Seminar

The Historical Archaeology Research Group and the Henri Pirenne Institute are happy to announce the second MSS Collaborative Seminar of this academic year:

Medieval Landscape and Settlement Research: the Legacy of Adriaan Verhulst

Wednesday 15 January 2020, the Historical Archaeology Research Group (HARG) and the Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies (HPIMS) at Ghent University are organising a workshop on the latest research into medieval landscapes and settlements. It is the explicit aim of the workshop to have the latest interdisciplinary research (archaeology, history, geography) engage with the ground breaking work of Adriaan Verhulst. The workshop celebrates the 25th anniversary of the publication  of Verhulst’s magnum opus  ‘Landschap en landbouw in middeleeuws Vlaanderen’ (1995) (Landscape and agriculture in medieval Flanders) and will provide everyone with the opportunity to get acquainted with the latest research in this field.

The programme boasts, among several other contributions, papers from Helena Hamerow (University of Oxford), Stephen Rippon (University of Exeter) and our very own Ewoud Deschepper and Gerben Verbrugghe.

You can find the programme as attached item and on the Event Manager page.  The workshop will take place on Wednesday 15 January 2020 (9:15 – 15:30) in the Lecture Room 1.3 in the Plateau-Rozier building (1st floor). This is how you get there.  

Participation is free for Pirenne members, but we kindly ask everyone to register via the Event Manager page