About

The Cambridge Medieval Literature & Culture Seminar (“CamMedSem”), formerly the Cambridge Medieval French Research Seminar, is an open space for scholars from the University of Cambridge, elsewhere in the UK, and beyond to present their current research, followed by discussion.

The seminar is organised by doctoral students and early career researchers.

CamMedSem works primarily in French, Francophone, and Occitan studies, though the seminar often engages with scholarship in the fields of Italian and English. We welcome speakers with various interdisciplinary, comparative, and theoretical interests.

Take a look at our schedule for our exciting line-up of speakers, sign up to our events, follow us on social media, or feel free to contact us for more information. Don't forget to subscribe to our mailing list!

We look forward to seeing you!

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Emily Kate Price

I’m a lecturer in medieval French and Occitan, currently researching how song helped medieval people to live in an unpredictable world. I’m proud of CamMedSem’s aim to provide a stimulating and vibrant forum for students and researchers at any stage in their career.

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Bex Courtier

I'm a PhD candidate, and my research looks at marginal and/or migrant figures in medieval and modern-day French literature. I love the sense of community we have at CamMedSem!

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Matt Lampitt

I’m a Junior Research Fellow, and I work on the multilingual literary cultures of the medieval Welsh Marches. I love how at CamMedSem we always strive to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for all our speakers and audiences.

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I'm a PhD candidate, studying medieval French literature alongside comic books, video games and fandom. CamMedSem is a fantastic space to present your most innovative ideas.

Convenors

Cat Watts

See our full list of past and present convenors here.

 
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Made possible by the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics at the University of Cambridge