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The ASNC Research Seminar is a forum for post-doctoral and senior researchers working in Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, or related topics, to present research papers. The seminar provides an opportunity to present new work in an informal setting, or to share with a ‘home’ audience papers intended for presentation at conferences further afield. The seminar meets monthly (except August), usually on the last Friday of each month, but with some flexibility depending on speaker availability.
The ASNC Research Seminar is open for all members of the university to attend. Seminars are followed by a trip to a local pub.
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