confÉrences
Critten, Rory, ‘Before Medievalism: Imagining the Past in Anglo-Saxon England’, Anglistentag 2016, University of Hamburg, DE. 21/09/2016;
Critten, Rory, ‘Ethics and Household Books’, 2016 Congress of New Chaucer Society, London, UK. 14/07/2016;
Critten, Rory, ‘Ruined Ruins: From The Exeter Book to Palmyra’, English Department, University of Münster, DE. 02/05/2016;
Allen, Stephanie, Medieval English Theatre : Transnational Theatre. Canterbury, UK : March 2016;
Dutton, Elisabeth, ‘Oysters and Snot, or Why Grobiana’s Nuptials is not a play anyone reads’, University of East Anglia (Dec. 2015);
Dutton, Elisabeth, ‘Shakespeare at Oxford: University Plays and the Playhouse’, Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon (Dec.2015);
Critten, Rory, ‘The Secrees of Old Philisoffres and John Lydgate’s Posthumous Reputation’, Travelling Seminar in Medieval and Early Modern English Studies, Geneva, CH, 25/11/2015. 
Dutton, Elisabeth, ‘University Fools’, Tudor Theatre Round Table, Tours (Sep. 2015);
Dutton, Elisabeth, Fribourg Colloquium 2015, Fribourg, Medieval theories of the creative act. 07-09.09.2015;
Dutton, Elisabeth,  ‘Fribourg Unites Switzerland and Shakespeare – but no FUSS’, at the European Shakespeare Research Association conference, ‘Shakespeare and the European Idea’ (Worcester, July 2015);
Dutton, Elisabeth, ‘Dido in Oxford: Gender and Politics in Elizabethan University Drama’, Classical Heroines Conference, Warburg Institute, London (June 2015);
Critten, Rory, ‘Do Not Translate: Learning French in Medieval England’ at The 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, US, 14/05/2015; 
Allen, Stephanie, Medieval Theatre Society Annual Meeting, Southampton, 27-28.03.2015