In 2021, we hosted an online research seminar series called "Early Medieval Identities," which looked at a range of contexts for studying identity (i.e. not just in the riddles!) in early medieval England and the world. We were joined by four experts who shared their research, and you can now watch the recordings below. Enjoy!

Series Introduction

"Early Medieval Collective Identity in the Context of the Longue Durée" by Susan Oosthuizen

"Intersections of Social Identity and Disability in Early Medieval England" by Marit Ronen

"The Other in Self: Embodied Medieval Trans/lation in Contemporary Practice" by Miller Oberman

"Riddles in the Dark: Hadrian's Lost Contributions to Early England" by Mary Rambaran-Olm