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Human identities are defined by their relationship with their natural environment, and human lives depend on natural resources.
In medieval Europe , the discourse about the natural world was dominated by the Christian religion.
Sunday, 8 July, opened with a day of excursions to Knaresborough Castle, Mount Grace Priory and Jervaulx Abbey, as well as a walking tour of Leeds City Centre.
Sunday events included the opening of our annual Antiquarian and Second-hand Book Fair, a voice workshop (jointly sponsored by the IMC and the North East Early Music Forum), and an evening performance by the Leeds Waits that included dancing and a puppet show (with audience participation).
Many former students and members of staff were present and mingled with medievalists from all round the world to mark the occasion.
The Deputy Lord Mayor of the City of Leeds Reverend Councillor Alan Taylor extended a city welcome to all present and the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds led the speeches before assisting in the cutting up of the birthday cake.
This year also saw a 20% increase in the number of delegates from other parts of the world such as Japan and Turkey.However, its foundation was much broader, encompassing a rich and highly varied inheritance from antiquity, including classical natural philosophy, Jewish, Muslim, and Christian religious thought, as well as pagan and vernacular traditions which formed the basis for the development of new European attitudes towards nature.