trent university students weave history of norman invasion

i was covering a colloquium for trent university’s communications department. check out my report here.

“Trent University students gathered to present and discuss works on the Bayeux Tapestry at Traill College on Friday, December 3 2010. A total of seven papers were presented by undergraduate and graduate students, each exploring an aspect of the Tapestry’s history, meaning, and cultural impact as part of Dr. Sarah Keefer’s English course entitled decoding the Bayeux Tapestry, (ENGL 5103H/41401H).”

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