Dunfey Conference: "Legitimacy, Lordship and Government in the Post-Carolingian World, c.850-c.1050"
Thanks to the generous support of the Dunfey Fund, the History Department is holding a conference on one of the most vexed questions in the history of medieval Europe in the half millennium following the dissolution of the Carolingian Empire in the mid-ninth century: What was the basis of power and authority?
On October 13th and 14th, scholars from across the United States and from Europe will share their research on different aspects of this question, treating regions including Catalonia, the west of France, the Low Countries, Germany, Poland, and Bohemia in the period between c. 850 AD and 1050 AD.
No charge to attend the event. If you are outside of UNH, please contact David Bachrach prior to attending.
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