Celebrating 50 years of New Liturgical Feasts

In 1970, Richard W. Pfaff’s New Liturgical Feasts in Later Medieval England fundamentally changed the way humanities scholars thought and wrote about English religious development in the long fifteenth century. ‘Pfaff at Fifty’ aims to take stock of the enduring legacy of New Liturgical Feasts by reconsidering the important questions that this touchstone book raised.

Call for Papers

Venue

The conference will be hosted at Highfield House on the University Park campus of the University of Nottingham.

A variety of accommodation is available on University Park Campus as well as off-campus in Nottingham. 

More information to come.