The Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research, a research center under the aegis of the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University, fosters teaching and research in the history and culture of Anglo-Saxon England and in the broader field of manuscript studies.
The Center is sponsoring or co-sponsoring four sessions at the 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies:
- "Manuscripts containing Anglo-Saxon," organized by Catherine E. Karkov (Univ. of Leeds) and featuring the 2019 Richard Rawlinson Center Congress speaker, Donald G. Scragg (Univ. of Manchester)
- "Pushing the Boundaries: Anglo-Saxon Paleography," organized by Colleen Curran (Univ. of Oxford)
- "Reading between the Lines: Glossed Manuscripts in Anglo-Saxon England," organized by Rosalind Love (Univ. of Cambridge)
- "Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts and Their Early Modern Readers," organized by Timothy C. Graham (Univ. of New Mexico)