IMC 2004: Sessions

Session 212: Welsh and English

Monday 12 July 2004, 14.15-15.45

Sponsor:The Haskins Society
Organiser:Huw Pryce, Department of History & Welsh History, Bangor University
Moderator/Chair:Huw Pryce, Department of History & Welsh History, Bangor University
Paper 212-aDiffusion between Cultures: Welsh Aristoctratic Borrowings from the Anglo-French
(Language: English)
David Crouch, Department of History, University of Hull
Index terms: Social History
Paper 212-bFrom Lamentation to Integration: Welsh and Norman Churchmen in Wales
(Language: English)
John R. Davies
Index terms: Religious Life
Abstract

This session will examine some interactions of the Welsh with their Norman and English neighbours between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries. The paper will focus in particular on Welsh assimilation of external cultural and ecclesiastical influences and assess the significance of this for an understanding of the impact of Anglo-Norman domination and conquest.