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 2024 conference will be held at St. John’s College, Oxford, Thursday 5 September to Saturday 7 September, and will be organised by Dr Laura Flannigan and Dr. Rowena E. Archer. The call for papers is here.
The 2023 conference was held at the University of Winchester, Thursday 31 August to Saturday 2 September, organised by Dr James Ross. The programme can be found here.
The 2025 Conference is planned for Durham, provisionally Thursday 4 – Saturday 6 September.