Want to hear more about the project and its research areas? A list of our forthcoming appearances is below.  Entries are in chronological order, so you might need to scroll down to find everything that’s happening soon.  A listing of previous appearances can be found by clicking here



Christian Albrechts University logoHistorisches Seminar of the Christian-Abrechts Universität, Kiel – 15th January 2019

On the 15th January, David will be speaking about “Das Kulturleben eines geistlichen Hofes im 14. Jh: Salzburg, Pilgrim von Puchheim und der ,Mönch”’, at the Historisches Seminar of the Christian-Abrechts Universität.



Avignon as transcultural hub, Oxford – 8th February 2019

A MALMECC study day considering a range of themes centering around cultural transfers and scientific knowledge in papal Avignon, providing fresh insight through interdisciplinary discussion based on a series of short position papers.  Please see the events page for more information as available.  All welcome.

Attendance is free, but please contact to register.



Institute of Historical Research, London- 1st March 2019

On the 1st March, David and Laura will be taking part in the Spring Term 2019 seminar series of the Institute of Historical Research, presenting on ‘Philippa of Hainault: Music and Manuscript’ and ‘Sounding out the Court: The Songs of the Monk of Salzburg and the court of Archbishop Pilgrim II’.  More information can be found at



International Medieval Congress, Leeds – 2nd July 2019

On 2nd July, Laura will be chairing and presenting in a panel on ‘Women and the Late Medieval Court: Gender, Culture, and Power in 14th-Century England’, considering the role of women at the late medieval English court.  More information will be available at



2019 Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society – 22nd-27th July 2019

The MALMECC team will present a panel at the 2019 ICLS Congress on ‘Interdisciplinary perspectives on music at the networked court’.  Topics will include papal and cardinals’ courts, power at the court of Savoy, and Archbishop Pilgrim II and the Monk of Salzburg.  More information about ICLS 2019 is available at