Department of Classics and Archaeology

Medieval Postgraduate Research Seminar

B53 Humanities, University Park
Thursday 21st May 2020 (16:30-18:00)
For further information, please contact Philippa Stazicker:
Gluttony from BL Add 27695, f. 14

Gluttony from BL Add 27695, f. 14

Ale, Brewing and Drinking in Chester in the Late Middle Ages
by Pamela Powell

21st May 2020, 4:30-6pm

B53 Humanities Building, University Park, University of Nottingham

Did you know that in 1402 several individuals were licensed to buy beer in Chester on condition they did not dispose of it to Welshmen?  Find out why and other fascinating alcohol related facts from late medieval Chester as Pamela presents some findings from her research into Chester’s court records.

This monthly research seminar is primarily aimed at postgraduates but it is open to all staff and students interested in medieval studies, across the Faculty of Arts. Refreshments are provided. 

Humanities B53 is located on the middle floor of the Humanities Building, near the West Entrance of University Park. It can be found on this map of the campus

For further information about the medieval postgraduate research seminars, please contact Philippa Stazicker:

Department of Classics and Archaeology

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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