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 2025 Conference is planned for Durham, provisionally Thursday 4 – Saturday 6 September.
The previous conference was held at the University of Winchester in 2023, organised by Dr James Ross. The programme can be found here.