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The University of Leeds has issued a statement on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The IMC supports this statement in...

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As plans advance, we wanted to update you with more details of what we have to look forward to for...

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The International Medieval Congress will take place from 04-07 July 2022 and will feature both in-person and virtual participation options....

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After an unprecedented few years, we are looking forward to welcoming delegates to IMC 2022. The special thematic strand will...

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Chapel FM in Seacroft, Leeds is to broadcast Thursday's International Medieval Congress virtual disco.
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Europe’s largest medieval studies conference is back for 2021 – and this year’s event focuses on "climates".
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From the plague to coronavirus - how does the past inform the future? Medieval experts share insight ahead of the world’s largest medieval congress
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From the plague to coronavirus - how does the past inform the future? Medieval experts share insight ahead of the world’s largest medieval congress
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International Medieval Congress Director, Axel Müller, has been chosen for the Robert L. Kindrick – CARA Award for Outstanding Service to Medieval Studies by the Medieval Academy of America (MAA).
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Mixing the past with the present: Medievalists go digital with new event app, as Europe’s largest medieval congress goes virtual.
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Whilst the University of Leeds is bringing its rich medieval history into the present day, much of its language and phrases are still commonly used in conversation today. Working with the team at the International Medieval Congress, MEETinLEEDS has outlined the top five medieval phrases that remain popular.
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Leeds is about to travel back in time. For the 26th year, the International Medieval Congress is coming to the University of Leeds – bringing medieval experts together for a series of discussions, demonstrations and debates.
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