1348: A Pivotal Moment for Collegiate Churches? by Andrew Budge (Birkbeck) – Tuesday 14 April

On 14 April 5:15pm in the Treehouse of the Berrick Saul Building, Andrew Budge (Birkbeck) will be speaking on “1348: a pivotal moment for collegiate churches, or business as usual?”

This paper will offer an exploration of the influence of the conversion of St George’s, Windsor and St Stephen’s, Westminster to collegiate status in 1348 on the founding and architecture of collegiate churches in the remainder of the 14th century.

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For more information on the AHRC-funded research project on St Stephen’s Chapel Westminster, 1292-1941, see the Virtual St Stephen’s website.

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