England’s Immigrants 1330 – 1550 Resident Aliens in the Late Middle Ages


The England’s Immigrants project held two conferences to mark the completion of the project in February 2015. One was held in York and one was held in Central London. See below for further details.

England’s Immigrants 1330-1550

End of project public conference at the University of York (King’s Manor).

14th February 2015

This free one-day conference launched the eagerly awaited database of the project, and included a demonstration of the resource, as well as numerous papers discussing the project’s discoveries, showcasing the research of members of the team and its International Board members.

Speakers included:
Professor James Bolton, University of London
Dr Antonio Castro Henriques, University of Porto
Professor Peter Fleming, University of West England
Dr Francesco Bruscoli, University of Florence
Professor Maryanne Kowaleski, Fordham University
Dr Christian Liddy, Durham University
Professor Serge Lusignan, University of Montreal
Professor Sarah Rees Jones, University of York
Dr Andrea Ruddick, University of York
Dr Len Scales, Durham University

Conference poster pdf Conference Poster


Aliens, Foreigners and Strangers in Medieval England, c. AD 500-1500

British Academy Conference at the British Academy in London – in collaboration with the University of Leicester’s The Impact of Diasporas project.

26th-27th March 2015

This multidisciplinary two-day conference examined the presence and treatment of foreigners in medieval England over a millennium, providing deep historical and cultural context to discussions among policy-makers and the general public about ethnicity, multiculturalism and the evolution of national identity in modern Britain.

Speakers included:
Dr John Baker, University of Nottingham
Professor Michael Bennett, University of Tasmania (respondent)
Dr Jayne Carroll, University of Nottingham
Professor Julia Crick, King’s College London
Professor Matthew Davies, University of London
Professor Christopher Dyer FBA, University of Leicester (respondent)
Dr Martin Findell, University of Leicester
Professor Dawn Hadley, University of Sheffield
Professor Mark Jobling, University of Leicester
Professor Maryanne Kowaleski, Fordham University
Dr Bart Lambert, Durham University
Dr Andrew Millard, Durham University
Dr Simon Myers, University of Oxford
Professor Mark Ormrod, University of York
Professor Walter Prevenier, Ghent University
Dr Philip Shaw, University of Leicester
Professor Joanna Story, University of Leicester
Professor Elizabeth Tyler, University of York
Professor Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Fordham University

For more details click here.

For a podcast of the plenary lecture Medieval Migrants: On the move in Britain after Rome's Fall by Professor Robin Fleming please click here.

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England’s Immigrants 1330 – 1550 (www.englandsimmigrants.com, version 1.0, 31 January 2023), http://www.englandsimmigrants.com/page/conferences