Churches, Images, Visits

Aachen Cathedral (and associated thoughts)

Two weeks ago I moved to Berlin with my husband. We are planning to be here until August, while I work on a project part-funded by the DAAD, during which time I will be a postdoctoral researcher at the Großbritannien-Zentrum, part of the Humboldt University. We decided to drive from Oxford to Berlin, stopping in… Continue reading Aachen Cathedral (and associated thoughts)

Conferences

Women’s Responses to the Reformation

I am currently co-organising a workshop focusing on women's responses to the Reformation with Edmund Wareham and Charlotte Hartmann. The workshop will take place in Oxford on 23 June 2016. Our programme is now available, and you can register for the workshop here (£10). Part of this project is a crowdsourced translation of the Juttenspiel, a fifteenth-century German play about Pope… Continue reading Women’s Responses to the Reformation

Visits

A Visit to St Edmund Hall’s Library

A few weeks ago, I was part of a group lucky enough to be shown around St Edmund Hall's beautiful library by Professor Henrike Lähnemann. You can read an in-depth history of the library here on the SEH website, so I will just post some pictures and provide the basics. The College's main library is in… Continue reading A Visit to St Edmund Hall’s Library

Churches, Visits

A Wintry Pylgrymage

I am currently working on a DPhil thesis which looks at pilgrimage writings produced by two Germans and two Englishmen towards the end of the long fifteenth century. I am reading these texts as literature, and considering what they have to tell us about identity and experience. The German writers are Bernhard von Breydenbach and… Continue reading A Wintry Pylgrymage