Barton Lecture: John Tolan (Nantes), ‘Baronial revolts and anti-Jewish violence in Henry III’s England (1258-1267)’

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A Centre for Medieval Studies lecture
Date2 December 2020
Time18:00 to 19:30
PlaceOnline

This year's Barton Lecture is being given by Prof. John Tolan (Université de Nantes). Prof. Tolan is a prominent scholar on intercultural relations in medieval Europe. His publications include books on encounters between Christianity and Islam, both literal and literary. He also works on the history of Jewish communities and his talk draws on his current book project, 'The king's Jews: The Jewish community of England caught up in the conflicts between Henry III and his clerical and lay opponents, 1218-1266'. The Barton Lecture commemorates the work and legacy of Prof. Simon Barton (1962-2017).


ProviderCentre for Medieval Studies
Intended audienceThe Barton lecture is a public lecture and free to attend.
Registration informationThis year the event is being hosted via Zoom. If you would like to attend then please register for a ticket using this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-annual-barton-lecture-tickets-130187744047
OrganizerHelen Birkett
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