Events

The following is a list of events where you can find members of the editorial staff speaking about Dictionary-related projects. They can also be found in the “events” or “announcements” tags.

Forthcoming

Historic

May 2020

EiC Sara L. Uckelman gave an online talk for the Shire of Mynydd Gwyn branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism‘s “Tuesday Discourses” series. A recording of this talk is available. More information here.

January 2020

EiC Sara L. Uckelman presented in the Digital History and Hermeneutics colloquium series hosted by the Center for Contemporary and Digital History at the University of Luxembourg. More information here.

August 2019

EiC Sara L. Uckelman went to Dublin 2019 An Irish WorldCon. More information here.

September 2017

The DMNES went to the In the Name of History conference in Leeds. More information here.

August 2017

EiC Sara L. Uckelman and editorial assistant Mariann Slíz presented on the Dictionary and personal names, respectively, at the 26th International Congress of Onomastic Sciences in Debrecen, Hungary. More information here.

July 2016

The DMNES sponsored two sessions on names at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds. More information here.

December 2015

EiC Sara L. Uckelman and technical guru Joel Uckelman spoke on the Dictionary and Digital Humanities at the University of Bozen (Bolzano) on December 21. More information here.

July 2015

The Dictionary was officially launched at the Leeds International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England. EiC Sara L. Uckelman introduced the Dictionary, and then editorial assistant Nina Shiel gave a paper on “Medieval Names Renewed: How Medieval Are the Names in 19th-Century Novels about the Middle Ages?”. Read more here.

June 2015

EiC Sara L. Uckelman spoke on “Gwendolyn, Rowena, Rhiannon, and Morgana: ‘Medieval’ Names vs. Medieval Names” at The Middle Ages and the Modern World, Lincoln, England. Read more here.

April 2014

EiC Sara L. Uckelman spoke on “An introduction to the Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources” at “Method & Applications Digital Humanities | Heidelberg”, Heidelberg, Germany. Read more here.

2 responses to “Events

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