The Fifteenth Century Conference is an annual event, hosted by a different academic institution each year.
The conference, which has met regularly since 1970, brings together established scholars of fifteenth-century studies with younger colleagues at the start of their academic careers. It seeks to act as a showcase for current research, encourage discussion and explore new directions of enquiry.
The 2023 conference will be held at the University of Winchester, Thursday 31 August to Saturday 2 September, organised by Dr James Ross, and the draft programme can be found here. Booking for the conference is expected to open in mid-June.
Details of the 2022 conference at Pembroke College, Cambridge, organised by Dr Paul Cavill can be found here: Cambridge 2022 programme.
Future conferences are provisionally planned for Oxford (2024) and Durham (2025).
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