Programme

TIME EVENT LOCATION
  THURSDAY – 8 SEPTEMBER  
11.00 Registration Opens Printworks Conference Foyer
13.15-14.00 Opening Keynote

Professor Stephen Church (University of East Anglia)

John and the Rulership of his Lands

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  Session 1: John and Ireland  
14.00-14.30 Dr Colin Veach (University of Hull)

Ireland and the Angevin Empire

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14.30-15.00 Professor Nicholas Vincent (University of East Anglia)

John and Ireland before 1199

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15.00-15.30 Coffee Break Printworks Conference Foyer
15.30-16.00 Professor Sean Duffy (Trinity College Dublin)

John and Dublin

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16.00-16.30 Dr Adrian Empey (Trinity College Dublin)

The origin of the Crosslands: John’s Response to the Challenge of the Great Liberties

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16.30-17.00 Professor Marie Therese Flanagan (Queens University Belfast) Fomenting Factionalism in Angevin Ireland: The Role of John as Lord and King The Poddle Room, Printworks
  FRIDAY – 9 SEPTEMBER  
08.30 Registration Desk Printworks Conference Foyer
09.15-10.00 Morning Keynote

Professor Martin Aurell (University of Poitiers)

The History of a Failure: John I, his Continental Possessions and the Capetians

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  Session 2: John’s Material Legacy  
10.00-10.30 Dr Laura Cleaver (Trinity College Dublin)

Illuminating the Reign of King John: Images of a Tyrant and his Rule in Thirteenth-Century Manuscripts

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10.30-11.00 Coffee Break Printworks Conference Foyer
11.00-11.30 Professor Rob Liddiard (University of East Anglia)

Living in a Material World: Archaeology, Economics and
Consumption in the Long Twelfth Century

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11.30-12.00 Professor Tadhg O’Keeffe (University College Dublin)

Worshipping God in John’s world: Architecture and Liturgy on the eve of the Fourth Lateran Council (1215)

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12.00-13.30 Lunch & Dublin Castle Tours Printworks Conference Foyer
   

 

 

 

 

Session 3: The British Context

 
13.30-14.00 Dr Matthew Hammond (University of Glasgow)

Aristocratic Networks and Royal Government in ‘Scotland proper’ in the Last Years of King William (ca.1200 – 1214)

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14.00-14.30 Dr R. Andrew McDonald (Brock University)

Man in the Middle: The Manx Sea-Kings and the English Monarchs

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14.30-15.00 Dr David Stephenson (Bangor University)

Shattering the Mould: John and Wales

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15.00-15.30 Coffee Break Printworks Conference Foyer
  Session 4: John and The Church  
15.30-16.00 Dr Sophie Ambler (University of East Anglia)

Peacemakers or Partisans? Bishops in Politics in the Reign of King John

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16.00-16.30 Dr Paul MacCotter (UCC)

The Spatial Irish Diocese Under John: Yet More Ignorance!

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  SATURDAY – 10 SEPTEMBER  
09.30 Registration Desk Printworks Conference Foyer
  Session 5: The Intellectual World  
10.00-10.30 Professor Howard Clarke (University College Dublin)

Royal purveyance, the Irish scutage and Angevin intervention in Ireland. 1171-85

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10.30-11.00 Dr Nick Paul (Fordham University)

Crusade and Chivalry in the Age of King John

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11.00-11.30 Coffee Break Printworks Conference Foyer
  Session 6: Women of John’s World  
11.30-12.00 Dr Emma Cavell (University of Swansea)

King John and Matilda de St Valery; or, Why William de Briouze’s wife had to be destroyed (with apologies to Colin Veach)

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12.00-12.30 Professor Louise Wilkinson (Canterbury Christ Church University)

A bad Husband and a bad Father? King John, his Wives and his Children

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12.30-13.00 Professor Janet Loengard (Moravian College)

Women, Law, and King John

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13.00-14.00 Lunch & Dublin Castle Tours Printworks Conference Foyer
  Session 7: An Age of War and Peace  
14.00-14.30 Dr John Goodall (Country Life)

King John as a castle builder

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14.30-15.00 Professor Matthew Strickland (University of Glasgow)

King John, warfare, and the suppression of rebellion

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15.00-15.30 Professor David Carpenter (Kings College, London)

King John’s attitude to Magna Carta

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15.30-16.00 Round-Up Discussion Session The Poddle Room, Printworks
16.00 Conference Closes