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The 30th Harlaxton Symposium, 16-19 July 2013: Language Networks in Medieval Britain

Convened by Ardis Butterfield and Elizabeth Eva Leach, a pair of sessions on music and literature relating to the overall conference theme of language networks comprised three paper-presentations and a linked concert given by the talented performers Ensemble Leones, directed by Marc Lewon (www.leones.de). The three papers took complementary stances on the theme, exploring a wealth of music and lyric from Britain and beyond, and especially the networks of which they formed part.

MSN website moves to new host

The MSN website has moved to a new host server at Royal Holloway, University of London. Users should experience no changes to the way they access or use the site but as always please let us know if you encounter any bugs. We are grateful to the IT staff at Royal Holloway for taking over the hosting of our site.

Medieval Song Network Update, January 2011

Since our first workshop in September 2010, various projects have been underway. The new website has been installed and is now open for members to register and add content. We hope that members of the Network will use this site as a way of communicating and sharing information about song, and that it will gradually build up into a very useful resource. Our song bibliography has been technologically transformed by Ben Albritton and Emma Gorst, using the bibliographical tool Zotero, which captures bibliographical information for references.

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