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IMC 2015: Sessions

Session 1023: 13th-Century England, I: New Interpretations on the Angevin World - Connecting Angevin Lands

Wednesday 8 July 2015, 09.00-10.30

Sponsor:University of East Anglia / Leverhulme Trust
Organiser:Stephen Church, School of History, University of East Anglia
Moderator/Chair:Colin Veach, Department of History, University of Hull
Paper 1023-aThe Marriage of Geoffrey of Brittany
(Language: English)
Alheydis Plassmann, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Index terms: Politics and Diplomacy, Social History
Paper 1023-bThe Daughters of Henry and Eleanor
(Language: English)
Colette Marie Bowie, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Index terms: Politics and Diplomacy, Women's Studies
Paper 1023-cPeacemaking between King and Subjects: The Cases of 1153 and 1215 Compared
(Language: English)
Stephen Church, School of History, University of East Anglia
Index terms: Political Thought, Politics and Diplomacy

The lands of the Angevins comprised multiple polities in the British Isles and on the continent. These lands, since the 19th century, historians have come to call the Angevin Empire because they have sought to answer the two sides of the question: why did these lands hang together; and why did they, in 1204, no longer hang together? These papers are given by three of the participants in a network which has been created to address again the problems associated with understanding how these lands were held together.