Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures
26th-27th  September 2019

Faculty of Music, University of Oxford
St Aldates, Oxford, UK
Information on topics can be found at

Please email Martha, project support coordinator (martha.buckley -at- your proposal (250-400 word abstract) by 5th May 2019

The MALMECC project explores late medieval court cultures and the role of sounds and music in courtly life across Europe in a transdisciplinary, team-based approach that brings together art history, general history, literary history, and music history.

In the project conference, we hope to unite as many strands of court studies as possible and invite speakers from any discipline engaged with the long fourteenth century (c. 1280-1450) to join us in exploring phenomena of late medieval courtly life from a transdisciplinary angle.

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