Going to Southwell Minster in the Middle Ages

Have you ever wondered what it was like in the Minster during the Middle Ages? Find out by joining us for the second International Southwell History and Archaeology Conference.

We welcome keynote speaker Nicholas Orme, Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Exeter and author of recent bestseller Going to Church in Medieval England.

Sessions include:
– Prof Nick Orme Emeritus Prof of History (University of Exeter) – Southwell, Beverley, and Ripon Minsters as parish churches
– Prof Julia Barrow (University of Leeds) – The Clergy in royal service in eleventh century Nottinghamshire
– Prof Henry Parkes (University of Nottingham) – Going to Church by Night
– Prof Elizabeth Tingle (De Montfort University) – Divine Office and the Reformation: Cathedrals and Colleges
– Dr Katherine Dixon – Meditation and John Mirk’s Festial: the spoken images, the senses and the sermon

Tickets cost £20 and are available from The Cathedral Shop (in person or on 01636 812933) or online by clicking here.

The conference will also be shown live online, for which tickets are £10, and a link will be emailed to you the day before.

Event Details

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  • Venue: The Nave