Jinty Nelson: Women in Anglo-Saxon Times

 
  7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

Explore the position and role of women in the Anglo-Saxon period

Explore the position and role of women in the Anglo-Saxon period with distinguished historian Jinty Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Medieval History at King's College London and specialist in the field of women and gender in Anglo-Saxon times.

Jinty Nelson (aka Janet L Nelson) is a distinguished historian of the early middle ages who has published extensively on early medieval Europe, including Anglo-Saxon England. Her research focus has been on kingship, government and political ideas, on religion and ritual, and increasingly on women and gender. She was a co-founder of the Women’s History Seminar at the Institute of Historical Research in 1985, and has been a convenor of the IHR’s Earlier Medieval Seminar for some 30 years. She was President of the Royal Historical Society from 2000 to 2004 and Vice-President of the British Academy 1999-2001. In 2006, Jinty was appointed a DBE.  Image © British Library Board

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2019-02-01 19:00 2019-02-01 19:00 Europe/London Jinty Nelson: Women in Anglo-Saxon Times Explore the position and role of women in the Anglo-Saxon period with distinguished historian Jinty Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Medieval History at King's College London and specialist in the field of women and gender in Anglo-Saxon times. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2019/02/01/jinty-nelson-women-in-anglo-saxon-times-190808 The British Library,96 Euston Road, London,London,London

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