Call for Papers

This call for papers includes all sponsored and special sessions approved by the Program Committee for the 56th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Thursday through Saturday, May 13-15, 2021), which takes place on the campus of Western Michigan University. We are still hoping for an in-person congress while simultaneously exploring a myriad of hybrid and virtual possibilities. In any event, some allowances will be made for virtual participation whatever may transpire on the campus of Western Michigan University in May.

The sponsored sessions are listed alphabetically by the name of the organization, and the special sessions follow alphabetically by session title. Email addresses are obfuscated in the page source to reduce the chances of being harvested by spammers.

You are invited to make one paper proposal to one session of papers: that might be to one of the Sponsored or Special Sessions listed here as a session of papers, which are organized by colleagues around the world, OR to General Sessions, which are organized by the Program Committee in Kalamazoo.

You may propose an unlimited number of contributions to roundtables, panel discussions, and poster sessions, but you will not be scheduled to actively participate in more than three sessions.

All those hoping or invited to make contributions to sessions or papers, roundtables, panel discussions, and poster sessions at the 2021 Congress, including those who were scheduled in sessions of the 2020 Congress that were re-proposed for the 2021 Congress, needed to make proposals in the Confex system by the deadline of Tuesday, Sept. 15.

All proposals are made through the Confex system, where the sessions are grouped by format.

Sponsored sessions

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Academy of Jewish-Christian Studies (1)

Jewish-Christian Relations in the Middle Ages

Contact: Steven McMichael
Phone: (612) 272-3530
16385 Saint Francis Ln
Prior Lake MN 55372-2220
USA

American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (AARHMS) (4)

Bridging the Divide: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Medieval Iberian Studies

Contact: Theresa Earenfight
Phone: (206) 296-5479
901 12th Ave Seattle University
Seattle WA 98122
USA

Race and Raza in the Iberian Middle Ages I: Within and Before [co-sponsored with Texas Medieval Association (TEMA)]

Contact: Theresa Earenfight
Phone: (206) 296-5479
901 12th Ave Seattle University
Seattle WA 98122
USA

Race and Raza in the Iberian Middle Ages II: Without and Beyond [co-sponsored with Texas Medieval Association (TEMA)]

Contact: Theresa Earenfight
Phone: (206) 296-5479
901 12th Ave Seattle University
Seattle WA 98122
USA

Representing Medieval Iberia: Fiction and Non-Fiction beyond the Monograph (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Theresa Earenfight
Phone: (206) 296-5479
901 12th Ave Seattle University
Seattle WA 98122
USA

American Benedictine Academy (1)

Humility among Medieval Benedictines: What Was It and Was It Good for Them?

Contact: Hugh Bernard Feiss
hughf@idahomonks.org
Phone: (208) 761-9389
541 E 110 St
Jerome ID 83338
USA

American Cusanus Society (3)

Cusanus, His Contemporaries and Heirs

Contact: Christopher Bellitto
cbellitt@kean.edu

Eckhart and Cusanus: Preaching on Christology and the Good Shepherd [co-sponsored with International Medieval Sermon Studies Society]

Contact: Christopher Bellitto
cbellitt@kean.edu

Neoplatonism and Mystical Theology in the Late Middle Ages [co-sponsored with Jean Gerson Society]

Contact: Christopher Bellitto
cbellitt@kean.edu

American Numismatic Society (1)

Trust, Authenticity, and Imitation in Long-Distance Trade Coinages

Contact: David Yoon
American Numismatic Society 75 Varick St Floor 11
New York NY 10013
USA

American Society of Irish Medieval Studies (ASIMS) (3)

Murders, Mishaps, and Martyrs in Medieval Ireland [co-sponsored with MARTRAE: An International Network Dedicated to Research on Martyrologies, Martyrs, and the Cult of Saints]

Contact: Nicole Volmering
172 Lally Rd
Dublin 10 D10X796
Ireland

Robert T. Farrell Lecture

Contact: Máire Johnson
mjohns38@emporia.edu

The Digital Middle Ages in Ireland and Beyond (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Vicky McAlister
311B Carnahan Hall Southeast Missouri State University
Cape Girardeau MO 63701
USA

Anglo-Norman Text Society (1)

Anglo-Norman Texts and Manuscripts

Contact: Maureen Boulton
mboulton@nd.edu
625 W Colfax Ave
South Bend IN 46601-1401
USA

Aquinas and 'the Arabs' International Working Group (2)

Classical Philosophy in the Lands of Islam and Its Influence I-II

Contact: Nicholas Andrew Oschman
Phone: (570) 592-8507

Arthurian Literature (1)

Arthurian Inheritances

Contact: K. Whetter
Phone: (902) 585-1388
Dept English & Theatre Acadia University
Wolfville NS B0P 1T0
Canada

Arthuriana (1)

Beyond Guenevere and Morgan: Other Arthurian Queens

Contact: Dorsey Armstrong
English Department Purdue
West Lafayette IN 47907
USA

Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (2)

Emotional Iberia: Varieties of Affective Experience in Medieval Iberian Cultures

Contact: Robin Bower

Meditations on Mortality: Iberian Responses to Plague, Famine, War, and Death (A Roundtable)

Contact: Jessica Boon
jboon@email.unc.edu

AVISTA: The Association Villard de Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science, and Art (4)

Remembering Robert Mark and Andrew Tallon I: Personal Perspectives (A Roundtable)

Contact: Robert BorkRemembering Robert Mark and Andrew Tallon II: Interdisciplinarity in Studying Gothic

Remembering Robert Mark and Andrew Tallon II: Interdisciplinarity in Studying Gothic

Contact: Robert Bork

Remembering Robert Mark and Andrew Tallon III: Gothic Structure

Contact: Robert Bork

Remembering Robert Mark and Andrew Tallon IV: Notre-Dame in Paris

Contact: Robert Bork
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BABEL Working Group (5)

Academic Labor Justice in Medieval Studies (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Medievalists of Color]

Contact: Julie Orlemanski

Orientations: Gender and Sexuality in Space-Time [co-sponsored with Society for the Study of Homosexuality in the Middle Ages (SSHMA)]

Contact: Zachary Clifton Engledow

Orientations: Queer, Trans, Ace, and Beyond I-II [co-sponsored with Society for the Study of Homosexuality in the Middle Ages (SSHMA)]

Contact: Zachary Clifton Engledow

The Monstrous Woman and the Norms of Civility (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS)]

Contact: Ann Martinez
6000 Frank Ave NW
North Canton OH 44720
USA

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale Univ. (3)

Manuscript Studies without Manuscripts

Contact: Gina Marie Hurley
Phone: 336-655-7571

Science and the Study of Medieval Manuscripts

Contact: Gina Marie Hurley
Phone: (336) 655-7571

The Legacy of Otto Ege

Contact: Elizabeth Hebbard

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Cantus: A Database for Latin Ecclesiastical Chant (1)

Fragments and the Digital Analysis of Chant Transmission (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Debra Lacoste

CARA (Committee on Centers and Regional Associations, Medieval Academy of America) (1)

Decolonizing the Medieval Studies Syllabus (A Roundtable)

Contact: Renée Trilling
trilling@illinois.edu
608 S Wright St
Urbana IL 61801
USA

Carleton-Univ. of Ottawa Medieval and Renaissance Studies Society (1)

Rethinking "Lesser" Arthuriana

Contact: Danielle Taylor
Phone: (613) 581-5822
1210 Meadowlands Dr East Apt 18
Ottawa ON K2E 6J7
Canada

Celtic Studies Association of North America (2)

Defining, Redefining, and Justifying Terms, Labels, and Paradigms in Celtic Studies

Contact: Frederick Suppe
fsuppe@gmail.com
Phone: (765) 282-5669
2707 W Woodbridge Dr
Muncie IN 47304-1068
USA

New Work by Young Celtic Studies Scholars

Contact: Frederick Suppe
fsuppe@gmail.com
Phone: (765) 282-5669
2707 W Woodbridge Dr
Muncie IN 47304-1068
USA

Center for Cistercian and Monastic Studies, Western Michigan Univ. (7)

Aelred and After: In Honor of Marsha Dutton

Contact: Philip O'Mara
pomarasr@gmail.com
Phone: (540) 464-4466

Cistercians and Pestilence

Contact: Stefano Mula
smula@middlebury.edu
10 Murdock Ct
Middlebury VT 5753
USA

Responding to Bernard McGinn's "The Great Cistercian Mystics: A History" (A Panel Discussion) [co-sponsored with Cistercian Publications, Liturgical Press]

Contact: Brian McGuire
Phone: 45 40715326
Præstemarken 15
Kalundborg 4400
Denmark

Studies on Isaac of Stella [co-sponsored with Sources Chrétiennes]

Contact: Elias Dietz
Phone: (502) 263-9766
3642 Monks Rd
Trappist KY 40051
USA

The Cistercians in Scandinavia

Contact: Tyler Sergent
Phone: (859) 985-3769

The Song of Songs: The Heart of Cistercian Spirituality [co-sponsored with Cistercian Publications, Liturgical Press]

Contact: Marsha Dutton
Phone: (740) 594-5121
161 Grosvenor St
Athens OH 45701
USA

Theories on Monasticism in the Twelfth Century

Contact: Aage Rydstrøm-Poulsen
Phone: +299 385678
Fax: +299 323588
PO Box 1061
Nuuk 3900
Greenland

Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic, Univ. of Glasgow (2)

Christopher Tolkien, Medievalist (1924-2020) (A Roundtable)

Contact: Kristine Swank
2464732S@student.gla.ac.uk

Medieval World-Building: Tolkien, His Precursors and Legacies

Contact: Kristine Swank
2464732S@student.gla.ac.uk

Center for Inter-American and Border Studies, Univ. of Texas-El Paso (3)

Courting Disaster: Precarious Limits at the Courts of Medieval Iberia [co-sponsored with Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA)]

Contact: Matthew Desing
Phone: (612) 695-1845

Magic, Miracles, and Medicine: Borders of Healing in the Iberian Middle Ages

Contact: Matthew Desing
Phone: (612) 695-1845

Outer Limits of Identity: The Monstrous in the Iberian World

Contact: Matthew Desing
Phone: (612) 695-1845

Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Stanford Univ. (3)

Jerusalem I: The Holy City in Textual, Visual, and Material Cultures

Contact: Rowan Dorin
450 Jane Stanford Way Bldg 200
Stanford CA 94305
USA

Jerusalem II: The Holy City as Interreligious Experience

Contact: Rowan Dorin
450 Jane Stanford Way Bldg 200
Stanford CA 94305
USA

Many Hands: Resources for Digital Paleography (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML)]

Contact: Rowan Dorin
450 Jane Stanford Way Bldg 200
Stanford CA 94305
USA

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, St. Louis Univ. (1)

The Many Faces of Lunete in the Arthurian Tradition (A Roundtable)

Contact: Evelyn Meyer
6637A San Bonita Ave
Clayton MO 63105
USA

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Univ. of Oklahoma (1)

From History to My-Story: Affirming the Self in Medieval Chronicles

Contact: Roberto Pesce
Phone: (405) 400-3930

Center for Medieval Studies, Univ. of Minnesota-Twin Cities (3)

Getting to Their Mind through Their Plate: Food as Social Identity in the Medieval World

Contact: Erin Aisling Crowley-Champoux
Phone: (201) 602-6831
721 7th St SE Unit F
Minneapolis MN 55414
USA

Object and Affect in Anglo-Saxon Texts

Contact: Maggie Heeschen
Phone: (989) 948-1699
808 St Apt 426
Saint PAUL MN 55114
USA

Sword in Hand: Tools to Contextualize Medieval Material Culture in the Classroom and Public Events with the Oakeshott Institute's 3D Models, Historical Reproductions, and Edged Weapons (A Workshop)

Contact: Amanda Taylor
Phone: (406) 799-7765
998 Brooks Ave W
Roseville MN 55113
USA

Center for the Study of C. S. Lewis and Friends, Taylor Univ. (1)

C. S. Lewis and the Middle Ages

Contact: Joe Ricke

Center for Thomistic Studies, Univ. of St. Thomas, Houston (3)

Thomistic Philosophy I-III

Contact: Steven Jensen
Phone: (832) 945-1167

Centre for Medieval Studies, Univ. of Bristol (1)

Medieval Literature across Borders

Contact: George Ferzoco
g.ferzoco@bristol.ac.uk

Centre for Medieval Studies, Univ. of York (2)

Constructing Communities through Stories I: Retelling and Reception

Contact: Elizabeth Tyler
Centre for Medieval Studies University of York King's Manor Exhibition Square
York YO1 7EP
United Kingdom

Constructing Communities through Stories II: Constructing Located Communities

Contact: Elizabeth Tyler
Centre for Medieval Studies University of York King's Manor Exhibition Square
York YO1 7EP
United Kingdom

Centrum pro digitální výzkum náboženství, Masarykova Univ. (3)

The Social Dynamics of Religious Dissent I: Gender, Family, Household

Contact: Robert Shaw

The Social Dynamics of Religious Dissent II: Economic Life, Occupations, and Social Status

Contact: Robert Shaw

The Social Dynamics of Religious Dissent III: The Social Impact of Inquisitions

Contact: Robert Shaw

Chaucer MetaPage (2)

Gaylord Workshop on Reading Chaucer Aloud

Contact: Susan Yager
Phone: (515) 233-0983
808 Hodge Ave
Ames IA 50010
USA

Voice and/as Character

Contact: Susan Yager
Phone: (515) 233-0983
808 Hodge Ave
Ames IA 50010
USA

Chaucer Review (4)

Chaucer and Trauma I: Social and Historical

Contact: David Raybin

Chaucer and Trauma II: Female and Personal

Contact: David Raybin

Chaucer and Trauma III: Psychological and Textual

Contact: David Raybin

Chaucer and Trauma IV: Bodies and Capacity

Contact: David Raybin

Classics, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Univ. of Saskatchewan (1)

Medieval Peasants: Comparative Conditions

Contact: Sharon Wright
Phone: (306) 850-2903

Cleveland Museum of Art (1)

Monumental Crucifixes: Histories, Materials, and Meanings [co-sponsored with Museum of Fine Arts, Boston]

Contact: Shirin Fozi
1208 Haslave Ave
Pittsburgh PA 15212
USA

Consolidated Library of Anglo-Saxon Poetry (2)

The CLASP Project (A Workshop)

Contact: Rachel Burns

The CLASP Project: Reading Practice in Old English Verse

Contact: Rachel Burns

Contagions: Society for Historic Infectious Disease Studies (2)

Curating Medieval Plague and Pestilence

Contact: Michelle Ziegler
Phone: (618) 420-3304

Mass Death, Single Graves: Death and Burial across the Middle Ages

Contact: Michelle Ziegler
Phone: (618) 420-3304

La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (3)

Iberian Travelers in the Mediterranean (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Michelle Hamilton

La corónica International Book Award: Session in Honor of Heather Bamford for "Cultures of the Fragment: Uses of the Iberian Manuscript, 1100-1600" (University of Toronto Press, 2018) (A Roundtable)

Contact: Michelle Hamilton

La corónica International Book Award: Session in Honor of S. J. Pearce for "The Andalusí Literary Intellectual Tradition: The Role of Arabic in Judah ibn Tibbon’s Ethical Will" (Indiana University Press, 2017) (A Roundtable)

Contact: Michelle Hamilton

CU Mediterranean Studies Group (1)

Individuals' Emotions and Emotional Communities in the Mediterranean [co-sponsored with Mediterranean Seminar]

Contact: Nuria Silleras-Fernandez
silleras@colorado.edu
Phone: (303) 492-5864
University of Colorado Boulder 278 UCB
Boulder CO 80309-0278
USA

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Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations (1)

Translation Strategies for Capturing Feeling and Style (A Roundtable)

Contact: Kelly Gibson

Dante Society of America (3)

Dante I: Bodies, Senses, Spaces

Contact: Akash Kumar

Dante II: Poetry, Philosophy, and Fabricated Meaning

Contact: Akash Kumar

Dante III: Historical Contexts, Hybrid Forms

Contact: Akash Kumar

De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History (4)

Annual Journal of Medieval Military History Lecture

Contact: Valerie Eads
veads@sva.edu

Medieval Military History I: Battlefields

Contact: Valerie Eads
veads@sva.edu

Medieval Military History II: Military Movements

Contact: Valerie Eads
veads@sva.edu

Medieval Military History III: Clerics and War

Contact: Valerie Eads
veads@sva.edu

Dept. of English, Temple Univ. (1)

Embodied Scholarship: Personal Narrative and Critical Methodology (A Roundtable)

Contact: Carissa Harris

Dept. of History, Univ. Jagielloński (1)

Universities in Central Europe

Contact: Peter Dobek
Phone: (815) 670-4281

Dept. of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Syracuse Univ. (1)

Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel and the Carolingian Reform Project

Contact: Matthieu van der Meer

Dept. of Medieval Studies, Central European Univ. (1)

Late Medieval Ways of Life in Central and Western Europe: Communication, Equalities, and Contrasts

Contact: Gerhard Jaritz
Phone: 0043-6643667812
Gentzgasse 166/5
Wien 1180
Austria

Dictionary of Old English (DOE) (2)

Editing Early Latin-Old English Glossaries [co-sponsored with Epinal-Erfurt Glossary Editing Project]

Contact: Haruko Momma
hm2@nyu.edu
244 Greene St
New York NY 10003
USA

New Approaches to Anglo-Saxon Glosses and Glossaries [co-sponsored with Epinal-Erfurt Glossary Editing Project]

Contact: Haruko Momma
hm2@nyu.edu
244 Greene St
New York NY 10003
USA

Digital Editing and the Medieval Manuscript: Rolls and Fragments (DEMMR/F) (1)

Archaising Form: Rolls and Beyond

Contact: Mireille Pardon
Phone: (919) 491-3910

Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures (1)

Medieval/Digital Reading Environments and Practices

Contact: Deborah McGrady

DISTAFF (Discussion, Interpretation, and Study of Textile Arts, Fabrics, and Fashion) (3)

Dress and Textiles I: Rank and Signifiers

Contact: Robin Netherton
robin@netherton.net
Phone: (314) 803-1435
715 Aramis Dr
St. Louis MO 63141
USA

Dress and Textiles II: Curious Descriptions and Depictions

Contact: Robin Netherton
robin@netherton.net
Phone: (314) 803-1435
715 Aramis Dr
St. Louis MO 63141
USA

Object Lessons: Presenting History through Artifacts (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with AVISTA: The Association Villard de Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science, and Art]

Contact: Robin Netherton
robin@netherton.net
Phone: (314) 803-1435
715 Aramis Dr
St. Louis MO 63141
USA

Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library (1)

Inventing the Text: Fictitious Narratives of Composition and Transmission

Contact: Nicole Eddy
1703 32nd St NW
Washington DC 20007
USA

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (5)

Biblical Storytelling in Verse: Poetic Traditions around Mary from East to West

Contact: Nicole Eddy
1703 32nd St NW
Washington DC 20007
USA

Christian-Muslim Exchange in the Medieval Mediterranean in Art and Science

Contact: Nicole Eddy
1703 32nd St NW
Washington DC 20007
USA

Identity and Status in Byzantine Material Culture

Contact: Nicole Eddy
1703 32nd St NW
Washington DC 20007
USA

Screening of "The 13th Warrior" (1999)

Contact: Nicole Eddy
1703 32nd St NW
Washington DC 20007
USA

"The 13th Warrior": A Roundtable Discussion

Contact: Nicole Eddy
1703 32nd St NW
Washington DC 20007
USA

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Early Book Society (6)

"What's Past is Prologue": The Transition of Literary Works from Manuscript to Print

Contact: Martha Driver
mdriver@pace.edu
Phone: (212) 346-1676
41 Park Row Rm 1506
New York NY 10022
USA

Bi- and Tri-Lingual Manuscripts and Early Printed Books

Contact: Martha Driver
mdriver@pace.edu
Phone: (212) 346-1676
41 Park Row Rm 1506
New York NY 10022
USA

Copying, Editing, and Correction: How Accurate Is It?

Contact: Martha Driver
mdriver@pace.edu
Phone: (212) 346-1676
41 Park Row Rm 1506
New York NY 10022
USA

Migrating Manuscripts and Peripatetic Texts

Contact: Martha Driver
mdriver@pace.edu
Phone: (212) 346-1676
41 Park Row Rm 1506
New York NY 10022
USA

Visual and Verbal Portraits in Manuscripts and Printed Books

Contact: Martha Driver
mdriver@pace.edu
Phone: (212) 346-1676
41 Park Row Rm 1506
New York NY 10022
USA

What Makes an English Book English?

Contact: Martha Driver
mdriver@pace.edu
Phone: (212) 346-1676
41 Park Row Rm 1506
New York NY 10022
USA

Early Medieval Europe (3)

Early Medieval Europe I-III

Contact: Deborah Deliyannis
Dept. of History Indiana University
Bloomington IN 47405
USA

Early Proverb Society (EPS) (2)

Medieval Proverbs: Afterlives [co-sponsored with Dept. of English, Princeton Univ.]

Contact: Sarah Anderson
Princeton University
Princeton NJ 8544
USA

Medieval Proverbs: Exchanges, Clashes, and Transactions (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Dept. of English, Princeton Univ.]

Contact: Sarah Anderson
Princeton University
Princeton NJ 8544
USA

e-codices: Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland (1)

The Future of Digital Manuscript Libraries (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Christoph Flüeler
Rue de l'Hopital 4
Fribourg 1700
Switzerland

Environmental History Network for the Middle Ages (ENFORMA) (1)

Perceptions of Environmental Change in the Medieval World

Contact: Abigail Agresta
abigailagresta@gwu.edu

Episcopus: Society for the Study of Bishops and Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages (2)

Brevia on Bishops and the Secular Clergy (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Evan Gatti
Phone: (919) 260-2778

The Preaching of Bishops and Secular Clergy [co-sponsored with International Medieval Sermon Studies Society]

Contact: Evan Gatti
Phone: (919) 260-2778

Equine History Collective (1)

From the Battlefield to the Plough: The Human-Horse Relationship in the Middle Ages

Contact: Chelsea Shields-Más
shieldsmasc@oldwestbury.edu
Phone: (631) 327-4649

Exemplaria: Medieval / Early Modern / Theory (1)

Theory, Medieval Studies, and the New University (A Roundtable)

Contact: Jessica Rosenfeld
jrosenfe@wustl.edu
Phone: (267) 265-2779

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Feminist Renaissance in Early Medieval English Studies (FREMES) (2)

Feminist Critical Methodologies for the Early Middle Ages (A Roundtable)

Contact: Rebecca Straple-Sovers

Women's Networks in the Early Medieval North Atlantic

Contact: Rebecca Straple-Sovers

Fiske Icelandic Collection, Cornell Univ. Library (1)

Old Norse-Icelandic Studies

Contact: Jeffrey Turco

14th Century Society (3)

Crises and Continuity: Teaching the End of the Middle Ages (A Roundtable)

Contact: Sarah Ifft Decker
Phone: +1 (301) 412-4755
887 Hawthorne St
Memphis TN 38107
USA

Fourteenth-Century Religious Cultures

Contact: Hollis Shaul
344 E 110th St 2B
New York NY 10029
USA

Urban and Rural Revolts in the Fourteenth Century

Contact: Andrew Larsen
Phone: +1 (414) 378-1955
3011 W State St
Milwaukee WI 53208
USA

Fragmentarium: Laboratory for Medieval Manuscript Fragments (1)

Fragmentarium: A Crash Course (A Practicum)

Contact: William Duba
Rue de l'Hopital 4
Fribourg 1700
Switzerland

Framing the Late Antique and Early Medieval Economy (FLAME) (1)

The Early Medieval Economy: New Directions

Contact: Lee Mordechai
lee.mordechai@mail.huji.ac.il

Franciscan Institute, St. Bonaventure Univ. (1)

Franciscans in the Global Middle Ages

Contact: Lezlie Knox
Phone: (414) 288-7863

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Game Cultures Society (3)

Gamification in the Classroom: How to Design a Game (A Workshop)

Contact: Sarah Sprouse
Phone: (703) 474-2378

Playing with Game Theory I: Reading Games in Medieval Culture

Contact: Sarah Sprouse
Phone: (703) 474-2378

Playing with Game Theory II: Parks and Recreation: Experiencing Medieval Games

Contact: Sarah Sprouse
Phone: (703) 474-2378

Goliardic Society, Western Michigan Univ. (3)

Experiencing Pilgrimage

Contact: Alisa Heskin
alisa.heskin@wmich.edu

Human Responses to a Changing Environment

Contact: Alisa Heskin
alisa.heskin@wmich.edu

Reviving “Dead” Languages: The Role of Performance in Translation (A Roundtable)

Contact: Alisa Heskin
alisa.heskin@wmich.edu

Graduate Program in Medieval Studies, Cornell Univ. (1)

Medieval Teachers and Students: A Roundtable in Honor of Arthur Groos [co-sponsored with Society for Medieval Germanic Studies (SMGS)]

Contact: Alexander Sager
Phone: (706) 614-5480
109 Crestview Cir
Athens GA 30606
USA

Great Lakes Adiban Society (2)

Love, Fear, Anger, Sorrow: Emotions and Diseases of the Soul in Islamicate Literature I-II

Contact: Cameron Cross

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Hagiography Society (4)

Saintly Wounds

Contact: Barbara Zimbalist

Saints and Animals

Contact: Barbara Zimbalist

Teaching the Saints (A Roundtable)

Contact: Barbara Zimbalist

Witnessing the Canonization Process

Contact: Barbara Zimbalist

Harlaxton Medieval Symposium (1)

Death and Dying in the Later Middle Ages

Contact: Christian Steer

Harvard English Dept. Medieval Colloquium (1)

With Julie Orlemanski: Fictionality and Belief in Middle English Writing (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Kathryn Mogk

Háskóli Íslands (2)

Body, Mind, and Matter in Medieval Scandinavia I: Medieval Norse Personhood and the Self [co-sponsored with Icelandic Research Fund and Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University]

Contact: Miriam Mayburd
Boðagrandi 7 3D
Reykjavík 107
Iceland

Body, Mind, and Matter in Medieval Scandinavia II: Supernatural Entities, Cognitive Alterities, and More-than-Human Ecologies [co-sponsored with Icelandic Research Fund and Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University]

Contact: Miriam Mayburd
Boðagrandi 7 3D
Reykjavík 107
Iceland

Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) (1)

From Kerala to Timbuktu: Virtual Manuscripts and the Global Work of the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (A Workshop)

Contact: Matthew Heintzelman
Phone: (320) 363-2795
Hill Museum & Manuscript Library Saint John's University
Collegeville MN 56321-7300
USA

Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies (HSMS) (2)

Medieval Ibero-Romance Languages: Language Use, Contact, Variation, or Change

Contact: Pablo Pastrana-Pérez
Phone: (616) 540-4220
1903 W. Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008
USA

Workshop on Ibero-Romance Paleography

Contact: Pablo Pastrana-Pérez
Phone: (616) 540-4220
1903 W. Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008
USA

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Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA) (6)

Iberomedieval Studies: Taking Stock, Moving Forward (A Roundtable)

Contact: Linde Brocato
Phone: (901) 600-5553
3783 SW 27th Terr Uppr
Coral Gables FL 33134
USA

Questioning Mysticism

Contact: Erik Adams Alder
Phone: (208) 850-4885
542 W 700 N
American Fork, UT 84003
USA

Race and Its Historiography in Medieval Iberian Studies [co-sponsored with La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures]

Contact: Linde Brocato
Phone: (901) 600-5553
3783 SW 27th Terr Uppr
Coral Gables, FL 33134
USA

Textual Histories of the House of Aviz

Contact: Ross Karlan
Phone: (203) 943-1134
114 North Doheny Dr Apt 102
West Hollywood CA 90048
USA

The Canon Walks into a Bar: Humor in Medieval Iberian Literature

Contact: Paul Larson
Phone: (254) 723-8862
1309 Chapel Hill Dr
Waco, TX 76712
USA

The Tangled Web: Genealogical and Textual Connections in Late Medieval Iberia (A Poster Session)

Contact: Linde Brocato
Phone: (901) 600-5553
3783 SW 27th Terr Uppr
Coral Gables FL 33134
USA

Index of Medieval Art, Princeton Univ. (3)

Location, Location, Location: In-situ Iconography within the Medieval Built Environment I: Topography and Threshold

Contact: Catherine Fernandez
Index of Medieval Art McCormick Hall
Princeton NJ 08544-1018
USA

Location, Location, Location: In-situ Iconography within the Medieval Built Environment II: The Interior Space

Contact: Catherine Fernandez
Index of Medieval Art McCormick Hall
Princeton NJ 08544-1018
USA

Using Images in Research and Teaching: A Workshop for Non-Art Historians

Contact: Catherine Fernandez
Index of Medieval Art McCormick Hall
Princeton NJ 08544-1018
USA

Institute for Medieval Studies, Univ. of New Mexico (4)

Chaucerian Artifacts and Material Culture

Contact: Anita Obermeier
Department of English MSC03 2170 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque NM 87131
USA

Magical Matchmaking: Love Magic in the Middle Ages

Contact: Dalicia Raymond
English Division Spartanburg Methodist College 1000 Powell Mill Dr
Spartanburg SC 29301
USA

Old English Studies in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: In Memory of Helen Damico I-II [co-sponsored with Richard Rawlinson Center]

Contact: Timothy Graham
Department of History University of New Mexico MSC06 3760
Albuquerque NM 87131
USA

International Alain Chartier Society (1)

Clerical and Courtly, Sacred and Profane: The Worlds of Love in the Age of Jean Gerson and Alain Chartier [co-sponsored with Jean Gerson Society]

Contact: Linda Burke
Phone: (630) 325-4013
Fax: (630) 325-4009
520 Walker Rd
Hinsdale IL 60521
USA

International Anchoritic Society (3)

A Session in Memory of Catherine Innes-Parker (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS)]

Contact: Michelle Sauer
michelle.m.sauer@und.edu

Homosocial Communities and Seclusion

Contact: Michelle Sauer
michelle.m.sauer@und.edu

Sensorial Experience of Anchoritic Life (A Roundtable)

Contact: Michelle Sauer
michelle.m.sauer@und.edu

International Arthurian Society, North American Branch (IAS/NAB) (3)

Arthurian Literature between Malory and Tennyson (A Panel Discussion) [co-sponsored with Arthurian Literature]

Contact: Christopher Berard
Department of English Providence College 1 Cunningham Square
Providence RI 2918
USA

Arthurian Wastelands (A Roundtable)

Contact: K. Whetter
Phone: (902) 585-1388
Dept English & Theatre Acadia University
Wolfville NS B0P 1T0
Canada

Medicine and Gender in the Arthurian World

Contact: Melissa Ridley Elmes
209 S Kingshighway
St Charles MO 63304
USA

International Association for Robin Hood Studies (IARHS) (3)

Outlaw Epistemologies

Contact: Melissa Ridley Elmes
209 S Kingshighway
St Charles MO 63304
USA

Reassessing the Matter of the Greenwood

Contact: Alexander Kaufman

The Ludic Outlaw: Medievalism, Games, Sport, and Play (A Roundtable)

Contact: Gayle Fallon

International Boethius Society (1)

The Literary and Philosophical Influence of Boethius in the Middle Ages

Contact: Philip Edward Phillips
Phone: (615) 898-2699
Honors College MTSU Box 246
Murfreesboro TN 37132
USA

International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) (4)

Considering Race in the Classroom: Complicating the Narratives of Medieval Art History (A Workshop) [co-sponsored with Material Collective]

Contact: Risham Majeed

Medieval Exhibitions in the Era of Global Art History I-II

Contact: Gerhard Lutz

The Global North: Medieval Scandinavia on the Borders of Europe

Contact: Laura Tillery
Institutt for kunst- og medievitenskap IKM NTNU
Trondheim 7030
Norway

International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) Student Committee (2)

Art Historical Approaches to Medieval Environments I-II

Contact: Dustin Aaron

International Christine de Pizan Society, North American Branch (2)

In Memory of Susan Groag Bell: Christine's Legacy in Material Objects

Contact: Benjamin Semple
Phone: (509) 313-6721
Gonzaga University Dept. of Modern Languages AD Box 44
Spokane WA 99258
USA

Just and Unjust Political Power in Christine's Time

Contact: Benjamin Semple
Phone: (509) 313-6721
Gonzaga University Dept. of Modern Languages AD Box 44
Spokane WA 99258
USA

International Courtly Literature Society (ICLS), North American Branch (3)

Impropriety and Notoriety in Courtly Society (A Roundtable)

Contact: Shawn Phillip Cooper
spcooper@rc.edu

Love on the Battlefield

Contact: Susanne Hafner
hafner@fordham.edu

Ovid and His Heirs at Court [co-sponsored with Societas Ovidiana]

Contact: Susanne Hafner
hafner@fordham.edu

International Hoccleve Society (1)

Rediscovering Hoccleve

Contact: Arwen Taylor
Witherspoon 143 407 W Q St
Russellville AR 72803
USA

International Joan of Arc Society/Société Internationale de l'étude de Jeanne d'Arc (2)

Globalizing Joan of Arc: Positioning the Maid in a Transnational Landscape

Contact: Scott Manning
Phone: (610) 259-5618
242 Wynnewood Ave
Lansdowne PA 19050
USA

Performing Joan: Interpreting the Maid On Screen, On Stage, and in the Streets

Contact: Tara Beth Smithson

International Machaut Society (3)

Digital Tools for Research and Analysis (A Roundtable)

Contact: Jared Hartt
77 W College St
Oberlin OH 44074
USA

Machaut: The Next Generation

Contact: Jared Hartt
77 W College St
Oberlin OH 44074
USA

Women Making Noise

Contact: Jared Hartt
77 W College St
Oberlin OH 44074
USA

International Marie de France Society (3)

Food and Furnishings: The Domestic in Marie de France

Contact: Regula Evitt
Phone: (719) 460-9081

Performances of Marie de France: Chaitivel

Contact: Regula Evitt
Phone: (719) 460-9081

Translating Marie de France: Challenges and Opportunities (A Roundtable)

Contact: Regula Evitt
Phone: (719) 460-9081

International Medieval Sermon Studies Society (4)

Medieval Sermon Studies I: Medieval Sermons in the Modern Classroom (A Roundtable)

Contact: Holly Catherine Johnson
hjohnson@english.msstate.edu
Phone: (662) 694-1092
Box E Department of English Mississippi State University
Mississippi State MS 39762
USA

Medieval Sermon Studies II: Preaching and the Crusades

Contact: Holly Catherine Johnson
hjohnson@english.msstate.edu
Phone: (662) 694-1092
Box E Department of English Mississippi State University
Mississippi State MS 39762
USA

Medieval Sermon Studies III: Preaching Gender

Contact: Holly Catherine Johnson
hjohnson@english.msstate.edu
Phone: (662) 694-1092
Box E Department of English Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS 39762
USA

Medieval Sermon Studies IV: Index, Impact, and Interpretation

Contact: Holly Catherine Johnson
hjohnson@english.msstate.edu
Phone: (662) 694-1092
Box E Department of English Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS 39762
USA

International Piers Plowman Society (2)

Piers Plowman's Influences: Genres, Authors, and Beyond

Contact: Noelle Phillips

Piers Plowman's Manuscripts

Contact: Noelle Phillips

International Sidney Society (3)

Sidney at Kalamazoo: The Sidneys and Their Circles I-III

Contact: Kathryn DeZur

International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England (2)

New Voices on Early Medieval England I-II

Contact: Chelsea Shields-Más
shieldsmasc@oldwestbury.edu
Phone: (631) 327-4649

International Society for the Study of Medievalism (2)

The Status of Medievalist Film Studies Today (A Roundtable)

Contact: Usha Vishnuvajjala
Phone: (240) 505-9008

The Varied Medievalisms of Separatist/Statehood/Independence Movements

Contact: Usha Vishnuvajjala
Phone: (240) 505-9008

International Society of Medievalist Librarians (1)

So You Want to Be a Librarian: The Paths, Possibilities, and the Pitfalls of Careers in LIS (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Anna Siebach-Larsen

Italian Art Society (3)

Quo vadis? Medieval Italian Sculpture Studies in the New Millennium: In Honor of Dorothy F. Glass I-III

Contact: Alison Perchuk
alison.perchuk@csuci.edu
2433 28th St Unit A
Santa Monica CA 90405
USA

Italians and Italianists at Kalamazoo (3)

Aristotle à Rebours: Unconventional Aristotelianism in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Italy

Contact: Karina Attar

Boccaccio Beyond the Decameron

Contact: Karina Attar

Medieval Ars Memoriae in Italy: Theory, Techniques, Practices

Contact: Karina Attar

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John Gower Society (2)

French Gower, Gower’s French

Contact: Brian Gastle

Gower’s Spaces

Contact: Brian Gastle

Journal of English and Germanic Philology (JEGP) (1)

Philology Today: Re-Assessing the Anglo-Germanic Philological Heritage in Troubled Times

Contact: Matthew Giancarlo

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Kommission für Volksdichtung (1)

The Syndergaard Ballad Session: Motives, Motifs, and Monsters

Contact: Lynn Wollstadt

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Lazarus Project (2)

ColLABoration: The Laboratory Model in the Digital Humanities

Contact: Helen Davies

Mind the Gap: Bridging Departments and Disciplines in the Digital Humanities (A Roundtable)

Contact: Helen Davies

Literary, Interdisciplinary, Theory, and Culture Organization (LITCO), Purdue University (1)

Nasty Boys: Troublemakers and Rabble-Rousers in Medieval Literature (A Roundtable)

Contact: Maggie Rebecca Myers
Department of English Purdue University 500 Oval Dr
West Lafayette IN 47907-2038
USA

Lollard Society (2)

Centers, Peripheries, and Networks of Reform in the Fifteenth Century [co-sponsored with Jean Gerson Society]

Contact: Michael Van Dussen
853 Sherbrooke St W
Montreal QC H3A 0G5
Canada

Form and Reform: Late Medieval Encyclopedic Experimentations

Contact: Michael Van Dussen
853 Sherbrooke St W
Montreal QC H3A 0G5
Canada

Lone Medievalist (2)

Building Medieval Communities on Campus: The Student Organization (A Roundtable)

Contact: Reid Weber

MedievAltAc: Thriving as a Non-Traditional/Contingent/Independent Scholar (A Roundtable)

Contact: Kisha Tracy
Phone: (860) 933-0917
Fitchburg State University 160 Pearl St
Fitchburg MA 1420
USA

Lydgate Society (2)

Lydgate's Little Library

Contact: Alaina Bupp
Phone: (303) 909-9419

Women and Lydgate (A Roundtable)

Contact: Alaina Bupp
Phone: (303) 909-9419

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Magistra: A Journal of Women's Spirituality in History (2)

Saint Gertrude the Great: Mystic, Writer, Theologian [co-sponsored with Committee for the Nomination of St. Gertrude as a Doctor of the Church]

Contact: Judith Sutera
Phone: (913) 360-6200
801 South 8th St
Atchison KS 66002
USA

The Theology of Medieval Women Mystics [co-sponsored with Committee for the Nomination of St. Gertrude as a Doctor of the Church]

Contact: Judith Sutera
Phone: (913) 360-6200
801 South 8th St
Atchison KS 66002
USA

Mapping Lived Religion/Kartläggning av religion i vardagen, Linnéuniv. (1)

Saints Online: Using Digital Methods to Investigate the Cults of Saints [co-sponsored with Centrum för digital humaniora, Göteborgs Univ.]

Contact: Sara Ellis Nilsson
Radmansvagen 12
Bjarred 237 31
Sweden

Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville (2)

Acknowledging Loss and Building Anew: The Meanings of Medieval Mourning (A Roundtable)

Contact: Mary Dzon
301 McClung Tower
Knoxville TN 37996
USA

Medieval Responses to the Sounds of Animals

Contact: Mary Dzon
301 McClung Tower
Knoxville TN 37996
USA

Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture (1)

Apocalyptic Trajectories in Early Byzantium

Contact: Brandie Ratliff
50 Goddard Ave
Brookline MA 2445
USA

Material Collective (3)

Bodies that Transform: Visual, Material, and Conceptual Transitions

Contact: Maeve Doyle

Demythologizing Celtic Whiteness (A Workshop) [co-sponsored with American Society of Irish Medieval Studies (ASIMS)]

Contact: Maggie Williams

Race and the Medieval Academy of America (A Workshop) [co-sponsored with Medieval Academy of America]

Contact: Maggie Williams

Mediaevalia: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Medieval Studies Worldwide (1)

Reimagining the Bible in the Middle Ages

Contact: Jeanette Patterson

Medica: The Society for the Study of Healing in the Middle Ages (3)

Desire and Disease: The Medicalization of Sex in the Middle Ages

Contact: William York
why@pdx.edu
Phone: (503) 725-8840
University Honors College Portland State University 1632 SW 12th Ave
Portland OR 97201
USA

Healing and the Healer in Popular Culture

Contact: William York
why@pdx.edu
Phone: (503) 725-8840
University Honors College Portland State University 1632 SW 12th Ave
Portland OR 97201
USA

New Ways to Teach Medieval Medicine (A Roundtable)

Contact: William York
why@pdx.edu
Phone: (503) 725-8840
University Honors College Portland State University 1632 SW 12th Ave
Portland OR 97201
USA

Medieval Academy Graduate Student Committee (1)

Teaching the Middle Ages with Inclusivity and Diversity (A Roundtable)

Contact: Jacob Doss
3405 S Oak Dr Unit A
Austin TX 78704
USA

Medieval Academy of America (2)

Diversity in/and the Global Middle Ages I-II

Contact: Sharon Kinoshita

Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society (MRDS) (3)

David Bevington: In Memoriam Amici Nostri (A Roundtable)

Contact: Carolyn Coulson
Phone: (540) 542-9449
1460 University Dr
Winchester VA 22601
USA

New Voices in Early Drama Studies

Contact: Emma Maggie Solberg
Phone: (207) 725-3058

Performing Medieval Drama in the Twenty-First Century (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Kyle Thomas

Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Interdisciplinary Network (MARGIN), New York Univ. (1)

Out of Place / Out of Time (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Thomas Murphy

Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Christopher Newport Univ. (2)

Northumbrian Connections, ca. 720 I-II

Contact: Sharon Rowley
Phone: (757) 515-4009
Fax: (757) 594-8874

Medieval and Tudor London Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London (1)

Religious Priorities in Medieval London

Contact: Caroline Mary Barron
Phone: (44) 1207 722 6033

Medieval Association for Rural Studies (MARS) (2)

Manors and Markets: New Directions in Medieval Economic History

Contact: Jordan Claridge
Phone: +44 7429873594
Dept. of Economic History London School of Economics Houghton St
London WC2A 2AE
United Kingdom

New Directions in Plague Studies

Contact: Phil Slavin
philip.slavin@stir.ac.uk
Division of History and Politics University of Stirling Pathfood Bld
Stirling FK9 4LA
United Kingdom

Medieval Association of the Midwest (MAM) (3)

Ain't Misbehaving: Medieval English Women Who Do Good Work by Nefarious Means [co-sponsored with Pearl-Poet Society]

Contact: Ashley Bartelt
Phone: (715) 820-2621

Ambiguous Identities in Medieval Sources

Contact: Patrick Harris

Medievalist Collaborations of Tenured and Adjunct Faculty (A Roundtable)

Contact: Timothy Jordan

Medieval Association of the Pacific (1)

Reimagining "the Middle Ages"

Contact: Miranda Wilcox
Phone: (801) 422-3339

Medieval Comics Project (2)

Saving the Day for Medievalists: Accessing Medieval-Themed Comics in the Twenty-First Century I: Comics and the Classroom (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Association for the Advancement of Scholarship and Teaching of the Medieval in Popular Culture]

Contact: Michael Torregrossa

Saving the Day for Medievalists: Accessing Medieval-Themed Comics in the Twenty-First Century II: Comics Scholarship (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Association for the Advancement of Scholarship and Teaching of the Medieval in Popular Culture]

Contact: Michael Torregrossa

Medieval DRAGEN Lab, Univ. of Waterloo (1)

Environments of Change: Late Medieval Landscapes, Communities, and Health

Contact: Phil Slavin
philip.slavin@stir.ac.uk
Division of History and Politics University of Stirling Pathfood Bld
Stirling FK9 4LA
United Kingdom

Medieval Ecocriticisms (2)

Embodied Ecocriticisms

Contact: Heide Estes
228 Albert Place Rear
Long Branch NJ 7740
USA

Embodied Ecocriticisms (A Roundtable)

Contact: Heide Estes
Phone: 3478027127
228 Albert Place Rear
Long Branch NJ 7740
USA

Medieval Foremothers Society (1)

New Perspectives on Gender and Difference in Honor of Sharon Farmer (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS)]

Contact: Tanya Miller
Phone: (773) 314-3107

Medieval Institute, Univ. of Notre Dame (1)

Emotions in Medieval Literature

Contact: Xiaoyi Zhang

Medieval Makars Society (1)

Scottish Voices, Scottish Borders

Contact: Meg Oldman
Phone: (540) 421-5628
1333 W Washington St
Stephenville TX 76401
USA

Medieval People (1)

In Honor of Charlotte Newman Goldy: Making and Teaching Medieval Memories
Contact: Darlene Brooks Hedstrom

Medieval Romance Society (3)

Romance and the Animal Turn I: Romance and Ecofeminism

Contact: Tim Wingard

Romance and the Animal Turn II: Romance and Queer Ecology

Contact: Tim Wingard

Romance and the Animal Turn III: Romance and Posthumanism

Contact: Tim Wingard

Medieval Speech Act Society (1)

Medieval Speech Acts

Contact: Eric Bryan
bryane@mst.edu
Phone: (314) 915-1020

Medieval Studies Certificate Program, Graduate Center, CUNY (1)

The Question of Belief

Contact: Steven Kruger
skruger@gc.cuny.edu
Ph.D. Program in English 365 Fifth Ave CUNY Graduate Center
New York NY 10017
USA

Medieval Studies Program, Yale Univ. (2)

Representations of Scholarly Labor

Contact: Carson Koepke
Yale University Medieval Studies PO Box 208298
New Haven CT 06520-8298
USA

Violating Sacred Space

Contact: Kristen Herdman
Yale University Medieval Studies PO Box 208298
New Haven CT 06520-8298
USA

medievalists.net (1)

Podcasting about the Middle Ages (A Roundtable)

Contact: Peter Konieczny

Medievalists @ Penn (1)

Middle Grounds: The Politics and Aesthetics of Medieval Mediocrity

Contact: Aylin Malcolm
3340 Walnut St 127 Fisher-Bennett Hall
Philadelphia PA 19104
USA

Medieval-Renaissance Faculty Workshop, Univ. of Louisville (2)

Law and Legal Culture in Early Medieval Britain I-II

Contact: Andrew Rabin
Department of English University of Louisville
Louisville KY 40292
USA

Mens et Mensa: Society for the Study of Food in the Middle Ages (2)

A Cook’s Apprenticeship: A Hands-on Workshop on Experiential Learning with Medieval Food: Practical Challenges and Classroom Management

Contact: John Bollweg
Phone: +1 (630) 390-6172
1020 W Aragon Rd Unit B44
Belen NM 87002
USA

A Mirror to the Middle Ages: Using Food and Foodways to Raise Engagement with Medieval Studies

Contact: John Bollweg
Phone: +1 (630) 390-6172
1020 W Aragon Rd Unit B44
Belen NM 87002
USA

Monsters: The Experimental Association for the Research of Cryptozoology through Scholarly Theory and Practical Application (MEARCSTAPA) (2)

Taking Shape: Sculpting Monsters (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Asa Mittman
Phone: (530) 898-6885

Xenophobia and Border Walls: Monstrous Foreigners and Polities (A Panel Discussion) [co-sponsored with Société Rencesvals, American-Canadian Branch]

Contact: Asa Mittman
Phone: (530) 898-6885

Musicology at Kalamazoo (7)

Chant and Liturgy

Contact: Luisa Nardini

Music and Inclusive Pedagogy (A Roundtable)

Contact: Luisa Nardini

Music Theory and Practice

Contact: Luisa Nardini

Musical Craft, Composition, and Improvisation

Contact: Luisa Nardini

Musical Intertextuality and Intratextuality

Contact: Luisa Nardini

Musical Margins and Migrations

Contact: Luisa Nardini

Musical Medievalism

Contact: Luisa Nardini

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Network for the Study of Late Antique and Early Medieval Monasticism (2)

Monks and Saints: The Veneration of Relics in Early Medieval Monasteries I: Pre-Carolingian and Carolingian [co-sponsored with Syracuse Univ.]

Contact: Albrecht Diem
Phone: (315) 530-8382

Monks and Saints: The Veneration of Relics in Early Medieval Monasteries II: Carolingian and Post-Carolingian [co-sponsored with Syracuse Univ.]

Contact: Albrecht Diem
Phone: (315) 530-8382

New Chaucer Studies: Pedagogy and Profession (1)

The Work of Being a Medievalist: Pedagogy and Profession (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Univ. of Colorado-Boulder]

Contact: Katherine Little
Katherine.C.Little@colorado.edu
Phone: (303) 735-5068

New Queer Medievalisms (2)

Fear of a Medieval Queer Planet: Global, Medieval Queerness (A Roundtable)

Contact: Ilse Schweitzer
2814 Roseland Ave
East Lansing MI 48823
USA

Queer Medieval Ecologies (A Roundtable)

Contact: Ilse Schweitzer
2814 Roseland Ave
East Lansing MI 48823
USA

North American Catalan Society (2)

Contacts, Encounters, Exchanges: Languages and Identities in the Medieval Mediterranean [co-sponsored with Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA)]

Contact: John Bollweg
Phone: +1 (630) 390-6172
1020 W Aragon Rd
Belen NM 87002
USA

Medieval-Ibero Explicandi per Masculum: Counsel for Women Composed by Men [co-sponsored with Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA)]

Contact: John Bollweg
Phone: +1 (630) 390-6172
1020 W Aragon Rd
Belen NM 87002
USA

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Oecologies: Inhabiting Premodern Worlds (3)

Environment and Apocalypse: Medieval and Modern Ecologies (A Roundtable)

Contact: David Coley

Medieval Becomings-Animal: Animals, Language, and Translation

Contact: David Coley

Medieval Eco-Migrations

Contact: David Coley

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Pearl-Poet Society (5)

"In aventure þer mervayles meven": The Mystical Tradition in the Pearl-Poet and Analogues

Contact: Ashley Bartelt
Phone: (715) 820-2621

Acceptance and Resistance: Emotional Tension in the Pearl-Poet

Contact: Ashley Bartelt
Phone: (715) 820-2621

Form and Structure in the Cotton Nero A.x Manuscript (A Roundtable)

Contact: Ashley Bartelt
Phone: (715) 820-2621

The Final Frontier: Embodied Space in the Works of the Pearl-Poet

Contact: Ashley Bartelt
Phone: (715) 820-2621

The Pearl-Poet: Modern Connections, Adaptations, and Evolutions

Contact: Ashley Bartelt
Phone: (715) 820-2621

Polytheism-Oriented Medievalists of North America (P-OMoNA) (1)

Genuine Survivals, Cute Theories, and Wishful Thinking: Sorting Wheat from Chaff in Medieval Scholarship about Polytheism (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Phillip Bernhardt-House
Phone: (360) 202-5371

Program in Medieval Studies, Brown Univ. (1)

Inside the Walls: Analyzing Medieval Towns

Contact: Mercedes Vaquero

Program in Medieval Studies, Rutgers Univ. (1)

Medieval Virtualities (A Roundtable)

Contact: Danielle Allor

Program in Medieval Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison (1)

Encounters during the Period of Crusades: History through Objects (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Cathleen Fleck
Phone: (314) 977-2996

Pseudo Society (1)

Valar Morghulis

Contact: Kavita Finn

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Rare Book Dept., The Free Library of Philadelphia (1)

The Cultures of Armenia and Georgia

Contact: Bert Beynen
Phone: (267) 286-2317
420 W Woodlawn St
Philadelphia PA 19144-4510
USA

Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State Univ. (2)

Medieval Manuscripts in the Midwest: New Research from "Hidden" Collections

Contact: Eric Johnson
Phone: (614) 688-8795
119A Thompson Library 1858 Neil Ave
Columbus OH 43210
USA

The Ethical Dilemma of Collecting Manuscript Fragments: Loss, Gain, Opportunity, and Cost (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Eric Johnson
Phone: (614) 688-8795
119A Thompson Library 1858 Neil Ave
Columbus OH 43210
USA

Research Group on Manuscript Evidence (3)

Medieval Magic in Theory: Prologues to Learned Texts of Magic [co-sponsored with Societas Magica]

Contact: Vajra Regan
vajra.regan@mail.utoronto.ca

Seal the Real I-II

Contact: Mildred Budny

Richard III Society (American Branch) (1)

Fifteenth-Century English History and Culture

Contact: A. Compton Reeves
Phone: (928) 713-6972
1560 Southpark Cir
Prescott AZ 86305
USA

Richard Rawlinson Center (3)

Illuminated Manuscripts in the Insular World

Contact: Catherine E. Karkov
Phone: 44 1133437586
School of Fine Art University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT
United Kingdom

Irish Manuscripts in Anglo-Saxon England

Contact: Elizabeth Teviotdale
e.teviotdale@att.net

Peripheral Texts in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts

Contact: Kees Dekker
Phone: +31 (0)6 43539212
Hoofdstraat 235-1
Oostwold 9828B
Netherlands

Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association (2)

Impotence in the Middle Ages

Contact: Alaina Bupp
Phone: (303) 909-9419

Witness, Reflection, Conversion

Contact: Alaina Bupp
Phone: (303) 909-9419

Rossell Hope Robbins Library, Univ. of Rochester (1)

Impound, Outlaw

Contact: Edward Mead Bowen
755 Library Rd
Rochester NY 14627
USA

Royal Studies Network (2)

Rulership at Kalamazoo I: Rethinking the Role of the Consort (Male and Female)

Contact: Valerie Schutte
veschutte@gmail.com
Phone: (412) 972-0978

Rulership at Kalamazoo II: Representing and Remembering Medieval Monarchies

Contact: Valerie Schutte
veschutte@gmail.com
Phone: (412) 972-0978

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SALVI (Septentrionale Americanum Latinitatis Vivae Institutum): North American Institute for Living Latin Studies (2)

Latinitas Viva I: Global Latin: Spoken Latin and Scholarship in Medieval and Early Modern Studies (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Diane Warne Anderson
Phone: (612) 812-4822
57 Huckins Ave
Quincy MA 2171
USA

Latinitas Viva II: Carmina Karaoke (A Workshop)

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Phone: (612) 812-4822
57 Huckins Ave
Quincy MA 2171
USA

Seigneurie: The International Society for the Study of the Nobility, Lordship, and Knighthood (2)

Lordship in Latin Christian Societies to 1520

Contact: D'Arcy Jonathan Dacre Boulton
Phone: (574) 339-0922
701-30 Gloucester St
Toronto, ON M4Y 1L6
Canada

Noble Women in Latin Christian Societies to ca. 1520

Contact: D'Arcy Jonathan Dacre Boulton
Phone: (574) 339-0922
701-30 Gloucester St
Toronto ON M4Y 1L6
Canada

Selden Society (1)

Law as Culture: Canon Law and Medieval Society

Contact: Alexander Volokh
volokh@post.harvard.edu
Phone: (626) 354-4581
1301 Clifton Dr NE
Atlanta GA 30033
USA

Shakespeare at Kalamazoo (3)

King Lear: Texts, Pre-Texts, and Aftertexts

Contact: Dianne Berg
Phone: (508) 320-9219

Shakespeare and Popular Culture (A Performance)

Contact: Dianne Berg
Phone: (508) 320-9219

Shakespeare and Science Fiction/Fantasy

Contact: Dianne Berg
Phone: (508) 320-9219

Societas Johannis Higginsis (2)

"Can These Bones Come to Life?" I: The Society for Creative Anarchronism, a Problematic Medievalism? (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Ken Mondschein
Phone: (917) 763-2653
34 Gaston St
Easthampton MA 1027
USA

"Can These Bones Come to Life?" II: A Comparative Demonstration of Medieval and Modern Fencing

Contact: Ken Mondschein
Phone: (917) 763-2653
34 Gaston St
Easthampton MA 1027
USA

Societas Magica (5)

Psychoactive Ingredients and Intoxication in Medieval Magic

Contact: Liana Saif
37 Oakleigh Crescent
London N20 0BT
United Kingdom

Revealing the Unknown I: Scryers and Scrying in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period [co-sponsored with Research Group on Manuscript Evidence]

Contact: Mildred Budny

Revealing the Unknown II: Sortilège, Bibliomancy, and Divination [co-sponsored with Research Group on Manuscript Evidence]

Contact: Mildred Budny

Spain as Egypt's Alternative: Impacts and Influences of Translated Magical Texts [co-sponsored with Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA)]

Contact: Veronica Menaldi
2000 Lexington Pointe Dr 4E
Oxford MS 38655
USA

To Better Channel the Dead: Toward a Historical Anthropology of Islamic Magic (A Roundtable)

Contact: Matthew Melvin-Koushki
17 Charley Horse Rd
Columbia SC 29223
USA

Societas Ovidiana (2)

Medieval Commentaries on Ovid

Contact: William Little

Ovid's Transformations in the Middle Ages

Contact: William Little

Société Guilhem IX (2)

Old Occitan Language and Literature in Modern Media (A Roundtable)

Contact: Mary Franklin-Brown
Christ's College St Andrew's St
Cambridge CB2 3BU
United Kingdom

Voice in Medieval Occitania [co-sponsored with Exemplaria: Medieval / Early Modern / Theory]

Contact: Mary Franklin-Brown
Christ's College St Andrew's St
Cambridge CB2 3BU
United Kingdom

Société Rencesvals, American-Canadian Branch (1)

Approaches to Hybridity in the Epic Genre (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Ana Grinberg

Society for Beneventan Studies (2)

Medieval Interdisciplinarity: Knowledge-Transfer in Medieval Southern Italy I: Music and the Quadrivium [co-sponsored with Musicology at Kalamazoo]

Contact: Andrew Irving

Medieval Interdisciplinarity: Knowledge-Transfer in Medieval Southern Italy II: Medicine and Sciences [co-sponsored with Medica: The Society for the Study of Healing in the Middle Ages]

Contact: Andrew Irving

Society for Emblem Studies (1)

Emblem Studies

Contact: Sabine Moedersheim

Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS) (4)

Gender and the Law: In Honor of Sally Livingston (A Roundtable)

Contact: Melissa Ridley Elmes
209 S Kingshighway
St Charles MO 63304
USA

New Voices in Medieval Feminist Scholarship

Contact: Kersti Francis
Phone: (757) 653-7680
311 N 3rd Ave Apt 1
Tucson AZ 85705
USA

Obscenity and Gender in Medieval Pedagogies (A Roundtable)

Contact: Melissa Ridley Elmes
209 S Kingshighway
St Charles MO 63304
USA

Race and Transgender in the Global Middle Ages (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Gabrielle Bychowski
Phone: (630) 346-8587
639 11th St NW
Grand Rapids MI 49504
USA

Society for Medieval Germanic Studies (SMGS) (5)

New Books Roundtable in Germanic Studies

Contact: Evelyn Meyer
6637A San Bonita Ave
Clayton MO 63105
USA

New Research in Medieval German Studies I: Gender, Codex, Authorship

Contact: Evelyn Meyer
6637A San Bonita Ave
Clayton MO 63105
USA

New Research in Medieval German Studies II: Syncretism and Innovative Practices

Contact: Evelyn Meyer
6637A San Bonita Ave
Clayton MO 63105
USA

New Research in Medieval German Studies III: Medieval German Literature and Its Global Context

Contact: Evelyn Meyer
6637A San Bonita Ave
Clayton MO 63105
USA

Performativity and Constructing Masculinity in the Literature of the German Middle Age [co-sponsored with Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft]

Contact: Evelyn Meyer
6637A San Bonita Ave
Clayton MO 63105
USA

Society for Medieval Languages and Linguistics (1)

Linguistic Approaches to Medieval Languages

Contact: Andrew Troup

Society for Reformation Research (3)

Reformation I: Voice, Persona, and Witnessing

Contact: Maureen Thum
Phone: (810) 407-1247
2311 Windemere Ave
Flint MI 48503
USA

Reformation II: History, Biography, and Resistance in the Reformation

Contact: Maureen Thum
Phone: (810) 407-1247
2311 Windemere Ave
Flint MI 48503
USA

Reformation III: Politics, Science, and Polemics in the Reformation

Contact: Maureen Thum
Phone: (810) 407-1247
2311 Windemere Ave
Flint MI 48503
USA

Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies (1)

Scandinavian Studies

Contact: Shaun Hughes
Department of English 500 Oval Dr Purdue University
West Lafayette IN 47907-2038
USA

Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages (3)

De-Colonizing Medieval Disability Studies (A Workshop)

Contact: Tory Pearman
1601 University Blvd.
Hamilton OH 45011
USA

Disability and Sanctity in the Middle Ages [co-sponsored with Hagiography Society]

Contact: Tory Pearman
1601 University Blvd.
Hamilton OH 45011
USA

Disability as Language: Rethinking Communication in the Middle Ages (A Roundtable)

Contact: Tory Pearman
1601 University Blvd.
Hamilton OH 45011
USA

Society for the Study of Early Modern Women and Gender (1)

Women in Learned Circles and Communities

Contact: Ashley Holt

Society for the Study of Homosexuality in the Middle Ages (SSHMA) (4)

Queering Women of Medieval Scandinavia and Iceland

Contact: Graham Drake
drake@geneseo.edu
Phone: +1 (585) 245-5266/5273
Dept. of English SUNY Geneseo 1 College Cir
Geneseo NY 14454
USA

Queers in Crisis: Medieval Pandemics and Beyond [co-sponsored with Medica: The Society for the Study of Healing in the Middle Ages]

Contact: Graham Drake
drake@geneseo.edu
Phone: +1 (585) 245-5266/5273
Dept. of English SUNY Geneseo 1 College Cir
Geneseo NY 14454
USA

Rethinking Sodomy: Premodern Perspectives (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Graham Drake
drake@geneseo.edu
Phone: +1 (585) 245-5266/5273
Dept. of English SUNY Geneseo 1 College Cir
Geneseo NY 14454
USA

Yaaas, Qween: Queer(ing) Monarchies and Aristocracies in Medieval Society or Medievalism (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Graham Drake
drake@geneseo.edu
Phone: +1 (585) 245-5266/5273
Dept. of English SUNY Geneseo 1 College Cir
Geneseo NY 14454
USA

Society for the Study of Texts in Practice (1)

Beyond the Page: Old and Early Medieval English Texts in Practice

Contact: Terri Sanderson
Phone: (416) 668-5823
114 Benson Ave
Toronto ON M6G2J1
Canada

Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages (SSBMA) (2)

Albert the Great, On Job: A Roundtable Discussion of a New Translation

Contact: Franklin Harkins

Reception of the Church Fathers in Medieval Exegesis

Contact: Franklin Harkins

Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East (SSCLE) (1)

Crusades and Nature

Contact: Elizabeth Lapina
Univ. of Wisconsin Dept of History 455 N Park St
Madison WI 53706-1483
USA

Society of the White Hart (1)

The English outside of England

Contact: Joel Rosenthal
Phone: (631) 473-4805
116 Jones Ave
Port Jefferson NY 11777
USA

Sources of Old English and Anglo-Latin Literary Culture (SOEALLC) (2)

Bede and Pseudo-Bede

Contact: Benjamin Weber
309 Blanchard Hall
Wheaton IL 60187
USA

Source Study and Undergraduate Research (A Roundtable)

Contact: Benjamin Weber
309 Blanchard Hall
Wheaton IL 60187
USA

Spenser at Kalamazoo (3)

Spenser at Kalamazoo I-II

Contact: David Wilson-Okamura
Phone: (252) 758-2585

Spenser at Kalamazoo III: The Kathleen Williams Lecture

Contact: David Wilson-Okamura
Phone: (252) 758-2585

Studies in the Age of Chaucer (1)

Poets and Astronomers

Contact: Michelle Karnes
michellekarnes@nd.edu

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Taiwan Association of Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies (TACMRS) (1)

Orientalizing the Occident?: The East as a Method

Contact: Carolyn Scott
cscott@mail.ncku.edu.tw
Phone: 1.188698371e+13
Department of Foreign Languages and Literature National Cheng Kung University 1 University Rd
Tainan 701
Taiwan

Tales after Tolkien Society (2)

Deadscapes: Wastelands, Necropoli, and Other Tolkien-Inspired Places of Death, Decay, and Corruption (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Geoffrey Elliott
talesaftertolkien@gmail.com
Phone: +1 (830) 329-5602
PO Box 293970
Kerrville TX 78029
USA

Legacies of Tolkien's Whiteness in Contemporary Medievalisms (A Roundtable)

Contact: Geoffrey Elliott
talesaftertolkien@gmail.com
Phone: +1 (830) 329-5602
PO Box 293970
Kerrville TX 78029
USA

TEAMS (Teaching Association for Medieval Studies) (4)

Gender, Race, and Violence in the Middle English Roland Romances

Contact: Deborah Sinnreich-Levi
dsinnrei@stevens.edu
Phone: +1 (201) 216-5403

Pandemic Pedagogies: Teaching Plagues across Time, Cultures, and Disciplines (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Thomas Goodmann
tgoodmann@miami.edu

Teaching Medieval Jerusalem: The City of Seventy Names and Even More Approaches (A Panel Discussion)

Contact: Deborah Sinnreich-Levi
dsinnrei@stevens.edu
Phone: +1 (201) 216-5403

Teaching the Medieval Mediterranean (A Roundtable)

Contact: Gale Sigal
sigal@wfu.edu
Phone: (336) 408-8150
Fax: (336) 408-8150
2395 River Run Dr
Lewisville NC 27023
USA

Texas Medieval Association (TEMA) (3)

Deconstructing the Archpriest: Subversion, Parody, Irony, Humor, and Satire

Contact: Paul Larson
Phone: (254) 723-8862
1309 Chapel Hill Dr
Waco TX 76712
USA

Medieval Cities at War: The Urban Site as a Nexus of Battle and Siege [co-sponsored with De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History]

Contact: Valerie Eads
veads@sva.edu

Vestiges of Movement in the Iberian Peninsula

Contact: Yasmine Beale-Rivaya
Phone: (512) 245-7271
601 University Dr
San Marcos TX 78666
USA

Thomas Aquinas Society (3)

Thomas Aquinas I-III

Contact: John Boyle
jfboyle@stthomas.edu
Phone: (651) 962-5714
2115 Summit Ave
Saint Paul MN 55105
USA

Tolkien at Kalamazoo (3)

Tolkien and Se Wyrm

Contact: Christopher Vaccaro
Phone: (802) 578-8874

Tolkien’s Chaucer

Contact: Christopher Vaccaro
Phone: (802) 578-8874

Tolkien’s Paratexts, Appendices, Annals, and Marginalia (A Roundtable)

Contact: Christopher Vaccaro
Phone: (802) 578-8874

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Univ. Autónoma de Madrid (1)

Archaeology of the Medieval Iberian Peninsula: The Archaeological Problem of Córdoba [co-sponsored with Univ. Autónoma de Madrid]

Contact: Fernando Valdés Fernández
Phone: +34 616923961
Dep Prehistoria y Arqueología Fac Filosofía y Letras Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Madrid 28049
Spain

Univ. of Notre Dame (1)

Imagined Racial Communities: Exploring Medieval Religious and Intellectual Discourses on Premodern Race

Contact: Benjamin Kenneth Pykare
Phone: (216) 544-8724

Univ. Warszawski (4)

Materiality of Languages: Epigraphy, Manuscripts, and Writing Systems in Byzantium and the Early Islamic Near East (324-1204) I-IV [co-sponsored with Narodowe Centrum Nauki (NCN); Jacksonville Univ.]

Contact: Paweł Nowakowski
pawel.nowakowski@uw.edu.pl

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Vernacular Devotional Cultures Group (2)

The Fruits of the Orchard: Recent Work on The Orcherd of Syon (A Roundtable)

Contact: Catherine Annette Grise
426 Charlton Ave West
Hamilton ON L8P 2E8
Canada

Vernacular Exchanges: Female Mystics and Saints

Contact: Catherine Grise
426 Charlton Ave West
Hamilton ON L8P 2E8
Canada

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Adam J. Davis, The Medieval Economy of Salvation: Charity, Commerce, and the Rise of the Hospital (Cornell University Press) (A Roundtable Discussion) (1)

Contact: Alex Novikoff

Alfredian Texts and Contexts (1)

Contact: Nicole Discenza
Phone: (813) 974-1887
4202 East Fowler Ave CPR107
Tampa FL 33620-5550
USA

Anglo-Saxon Kingship in the Eleventh Century: Wulfstan and His Contemporaries (1)

Contact: Andrew Rabin
Department of English University of Louisville
Louisville KY 40292
USA

Appropriation and Reimagination: New Models of Female Sanctity and Devotion in Medieval Europe (1)

Contact: Anna Rudolph
anna_rudolph@ucsb.edu
Phone: (951) 905-0337
768 Cypress Walk Apt E
Isla Vista CA 93117
USA

Astrology in Practice: Perspectives from the History of Visual and Material Culture (1)

Contact: Jordan Famularo

The Beast Epic: Forgotten by the Animal Turn? (1)

Contact: Robert Forke
Holsteinische Strasse 22
Berlin D-10717
Germany

"Behold a Pale Horse": Eschatology of the Medieval East and West (1)

Contact: Sarah Mathiesen

Bending the Knee: Proskynesis, Genuflection, and Bowing Rituals in the Medieval World I-II (2)

Contact: Ali Asgar Alibhai

The Breath of All That Lives: New Research in Medieval Jewish Art I-III (3)

Contact: Elina Gertsman
Phone: (216) 800-9417

The Breath of All That Lives: New Research in Medieval Jewish Art IV (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Elina Gertsman
Phone: (216) 800-9417

Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles: Fragments (A Performance) (1)

Contact: Kleio Pethainou
Phone: 44 7835963587

Concepts and Practices of Performance in Medieval European Culture (A Panel Discussion) (1)

Contact: Sarah Brazil
Phone: 44737772105
Rue des Pavillons 14
Geneva 1205
Switzerland

Death in the Holy Life (A Panel Discussion) (1)

Contact: Jessica Barr
jbarr@umass.edu

Describing Devotion (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Beth Williamson
School of Humanities University of Bris 9 Woodland Rd
Bristol BS8 1TB
United Kingdom

Eating like Orientals in the Medieval Western Imagination (1)

Contact: Soojung Choe
68 George St Apt 2R
Brooklyn NY 11206
USA

Editing Medieval Liturgy: Rites, Commentaries, Music (1)

Contact: Innocent Smith, op
Dominikaner bei St Kajetan Salvatorplatz 2a
Munich 80333
Germany

Environmental Violence (1)

Contact: Elizabeth Leet
Phone: (502) 551-0567
510 W King St
Lancaster PA 17603
USA

Epistemic Limits: Rethinking Syntheses in Medieval Thought (1)

Contact: Matthew Vanderpoel

Exploring the Autobiographical Impulse outside Europe (A Panel Discussion) (1)

Contact: Afrodesia McCannon

"For the ankres was expert in swech thyngys": Enclosure in Medieval Literature (1)

Contact: Stacie Vos
snvos@ucsd.edu

From Boy Bishops to Inception Feasts: Marking Time in Medieval Schools and Universities (1)

Contact: Sarah Lynch
sarah.lynch@angelo.edu
Phone: (325) 946-2202
Academic 210 F Angelo State University
San Angelo TX 76909
USA

From the Sanctuary to the Museum: Displaying the Sacred (1)

Contact: Lena Liepe
Linnaeus University
Vaxjo 35195
Sweden

Glossing the Unexpectedly Medieval: Contexts and Concepts in Modern Medievalism (1)

Contact: Cindy Vitto
vitto@rowan.edu

Henry's Revenge? Becket at 851 I: The Politics of Martyrdom (1)

Contact: Cary Nederman
Phone: (979) 845-2511
Political Science 4348 TAMU
College Station TX 77843-4348
USA

Henry's Revenge? Becket at 851 II: Pilgrims, Pilgrimages, and Artifacts (1)

Contact: Cary Nederman
Phone: (979) 845-2511
Political Science 4348 TAMU
College Station TX 77843-4348
USA

Henry's Revenge? Becket at 851 III: A Roundtable on the Legacy of Becket (1)

Contact: Cary Nederman
Phone: (979) 845-2511
Political Science 4348 TAMU
College Station TX 77843-4348
USA

Hiberno-Latin Studies (1)

Contact: Brian Cook
3501 Birmingham Hwy Apt 108
Opelika AL 36801
USA

"I said of laughter, 'It is folly'": Humor and Laughter in Medieval Literature, Art, and Thought I-II (2)

Contact: Kleio Pethainou
Phone: 44 7835963587

Intangible Cultural Heritage and the Global Middle Ages (1)

Contact: Rebecca Straple-Sovers

Lengthy Texts and Hefty Tomes: Dealing with Volume in Vernacular French Manuscripts (1)

Contact: Anne Salamon
Phone: (581) 998-0102

The Literature of Expulsion and Defense: France and Iberia in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Eras (A Panel Discussion) (1)

Contact: Thelma Fenster
Phone: (508) 548-2608
Box 1302
W Falmouth MA 02574
USA

Lost in Translation: Women and Beowulf (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Emily McLemore
Phone: (541) 224-4299

Malory Aloud: Women in Camelot (A Performance) (1)

Contact: Kathryn Wilmotte
3710 Pine Terrace Blvd. Apt. 6
Kalamazoo MI 49006
USA

Malory for Moderns (1)

Contact: Felicia Nimue Ackerman

Mary on the Move: Marian Iconography in Late Medieval France (1)

Contact: Andrea Znorovszky
Dorsoduro 3484/D Ca' Foscari University Department of Humanities Palazzo Malcanton Marcora S
Venice 30123
Italy

The Materiality of Knowledge in the Middle Ages (1)

Contact: Austin Powell
Phone: (781) 258-4875

Medieval Badges and Miniature Objects (1)

Contact: Ann Marie Rasmussen
Germanic & Slavic Studies University of Waterloo
Waterloo ON N2L 1G3
Canada

Medieval Human Trafficking in Word and Image (1)

Contact: Margaret Hadley

Medieval Studies and the Caribbean I (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Marian Polhill

Medieval Studies and the Caribbean II (1)

Contact: Marian Polhill

The Medieval Tradition of Natural Law I-II (2)

Contact: Harvey Brown
Phone: +1 (519) 672-0653
3-21 St John's Dr PO Box 197
Arva ON N0M 1C0
Canada

Medievalism and Anti-Semitism (1)

Contact: Richard Utz
Phone: (269) 929-6969
138 Lucerne St
Decatur GA 30030
USA

Medievalism, Nationalism, and Modern Conflict (1)

Contact: Mark Peterson

Medievalist as Auctor: Creative Readings (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Erin Wagner

Modernity and Lateness in Medieval Architecture (1)

Contact: Kyle Sweeney

The Multivalent Voice: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Gender, Speech, and Performance in Medieval France (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Rachel Golden
rmgolden@utk.edu
1741 Volunteer Blvd Natalie L. Haslam Music Center University of Tennessee
Knoxville TN 37996
USA

Neither Here nor There: The In-Betweenness of Venice in Late Medieval Pilgrims' Accounts (1)

Contact: Toni Veneri
toniven@live.unc.edu
Phone: (917) 293-7761

New Research in Medieval Parish Church Art and Architecture I: Pilgrimage and Movement in the Medieval Parish Church (1)

Contact: Sarah Blick
Phone: (740) 392-2507

New Research in Medieval Parish Church Art and Architecture II: Paintings and Worship in Medieval English Parish Churches (1)

Contact: Sarah Blick
Phone: (740) 392-2507

New Research in Medieval Parish Church Art and Architecture III: Placement, Identity, and Trade in Medieval Parish Churches (1)

Contact: Sarah Blick
Phone: (740) 392-2507

Nineteenth-/Twentieth-/Twenty-First-Century Medievalisms (1)

Contact: Daniel Najork
Phone: (214) 535-5278

Orality and Authority in Early Medieval England (1)

Contact: Rebecca Mouser
mouser-r@mssu.edu
3950 E Newman Rd Missouri Southern State University 203D Kuhn Hall
Joplin MO 64804
USA

Papers by Undergraduates I-II (2)

Contact: Richard Nicholas
rnicholas@stfrancis.edu
613 N. Raynor Ave. Apt 4
Joliet IL 60435
USA

Persuasive Voices: Gender, Disputes, and Communities in Medieval France (Session in Honor of Sharon Farmer) (1)

Contact: Richard Barton
1105 Meade Drive
Greensboro NC 27410
USA

Philosophical Themes and Issues in Malory's World (1)

Contact: Felicia Nimue Ackerman

Queens, Kings, and Royals in Late Medieval France (1)

Contact: Charles-Louis Morand-Métivier
Phone: (412)897-6315

Reading Aloud in Old and Middle French (A Workshop) (1)

Contact: Tamara Caudill
Phone: +1 (904) 256-7103
2800 University Blvd N
Jacksonville FL 32211-3321
USA

Re-Centering North Africa in the Middle Ages (1)

Contact: Mark Tizzoni
mtizzoni@angelo.edu

Religious Thinking in Secular Literature (A Panel Discussion) (1)

Contact: Mae Velloso-Lyons

Reproductive Cultures: New Approaches to the Facsimile (1)

Contact: Sigrid Danielson
danielsi@gvsu.edu

The Sacred and the Secular in the Monastic Chapter Room (1)

Contact: Charles Hilken
Phone: (925) 878-1333

Scholasticism and the Sacraments: Sacramental Anthropology (1)

Contact: Reginald Lynch, OP
Dominican House of Studies 487 Michigan Ave NE
Washington DC 20017
USA

Status, Rank, or Office?: Social Boundaries in England, 900-1200 I-II (2)

Contact: Mary Blanchard
mary.blanchard@avemaria.edu

Subjects of Violence: Women, Resistance, and Consent in Medieval Literature (1)

Contact: Sarah Baechle

Teaching Medieval Topics beyond the Seminar Table (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Hannah Byland

Tolkien and Manuscript Studies (1)

Contact: William Fliss

Tolkien’s Medicinal Medieval World: Illness and Healing in Middle-earth (1)

Contact: Annie Brust

Towards a Global Understanding: Medieval Prayer in Manuscript Contexts (1)

Contact: Andrew Rivard Hill
ajh3ke@virginia.edu
2550 Woodland Dr Unit A
Charlottesville VA 22903
USA

Treating Animals: Veterinary Science in the Middle Ages (1)

Contact: Aylin Malcolm
3340 Walnut St 127 Fisher-Bennett Hall
Philadelphia PA 19104
USA

Universally Shared Themes, Topics, and Motifs in Eastern and Western Medieval Literature I-II (2)

Contact: Albrecht Classen

Using Astrolabes and Astronomical Tables to Compute Lunar and Planetary Positions (A Hands-On Workshop) (1)

Contact: Kristine Larsen

Water and Power: Studies in Water Management in Honor of the Work of Sharon Farmer (1)

Contact: Abigail Dowling

Whatever Happened to Baby Cain? Ambiguous Childhood in Medieval Literature I: Childhood Unbound (1)

Contact: Alexandra Claridge
Flat 2 40 Balmoral Rd
Liverpool L6 8NF
United Kingdom

Whatever Happened to Baby Cain? Ambiguous Childhood in Medieval Literature II: Childhood Tamed (1)

Contact: Alexandra Claridge
Flat 2 40 Balmoral Rd
Liverpool L6 8NF
United Kingdom

Whatever Happened to Baby Cain? Ambiguous Childhood in Medieval Literature III: Childhood Eternal (1)

Contact: Alexandra Claridge
Flat 2 40 Balmoral Rd
Liverpool L6 8NF
United Kingdom

Women in Viking-Age Ireland: Archaeological Approaches (1)

Contact: Mary Valante

Women's Liturgical Books: Liturgical Books for Women (1)

Contact: Miriam Wendling
Blijde-Inkomststraat 21 bus 3313
Leuven 3000
Belgium