Session 1421: Cities in Medieval Italy and Italians in Medieval Cities, VIII: A Round Table Discussion
Wednesday 11 July 2007, 19.30-20.30
|Sponsor:||School of History & Archives, University College Dublin / Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge|
|Organisers:||Edward Coleman, Department of History,|
William R. Day, Department of Coins & Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge
|Moderator/Chair:||Edward Coleman, Department of History,|
The intention of this session is firstly to provide the opportunity for further discussion and debate of issues that have surfaced in the course of the sessions on the theme of ‘Cities in Medieval Italy and Italians in Medieval Cities’. It is hoped that it will also be a useful forum for speakers, chairs and interested parties to compare approaches, methodologies and findings, and to assess the current state of research. The principal aim of the Round Table, and indeed all of the earlier sessions, is to encourage and promote future collaboration amongst the scholars who have participated in this thematic strand of the Congress.