Call for Papers

This call for papers includes all sponsored and special sessions approved by the Congress Committee for the 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 9-12, 2019), which takes place on the campus of Western Michigan University. 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 propose one paper for one session. The Congress Committee reserves the right to disallow all participation to those who breach professional courtesy by making multiple paper proposals. The deadline for paper proposals was Saturday, Sept. 15.

Sponsored sessions

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Academy of Jewish-Christian Studies (1)

Jewish-Christian Studies
Contact: Steven J. McMichael
Univ of St Thomas
JRC 153
2115 Summit Ave
Saint Paul MN 55105
Phone: (612) 272-3530

After Empire: Using and Not Using the Past in the Crisis of the Carolingian World, c.900–c.1050 (3)

After Empire? Using and Not Using the Past in the Early Medieval West, ca. 900–c. 1050 I–III
Contact: Alice Hicklin
Phone: +44-7411342717

American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (AARHMS) (3)

Women, Power, and Gender in Medieval Iberia: In Memory of Simon Barton (1962–2017) I–II; Doing More with Less: Methodological Creativity with Medieval Castilian Sources
Contact: Maya Soifer Irish
Rice Univ
History Dept, 6100 Main MS-42
Houston TX 77005-1827
Phone: (713) 582-3573

American Benedictine Academy (1)

The Image of Christ and the Rule of Benedict in Medieval Benedictine Writers
Contact: Hugh Bernard Feiss
Monastery of the Ascension
541 E 100 South
Jerome ID 83338
Phone: (208) 761-9389

American Cusanus Society (3)

Spirituality, Reform, and Humanism in Medieval Universities I–III [1 session co-sponsored with the Jean Gerson Society]
Contact: Donald Duclow
1914 Nectarine St
Philadelphia PA 19130
Phone: (215) 988-0996

American Numismatic Society (1)

Money and Its Use: Papers in Memory of Peter Spufford
Contact: David Yoon
American Numismatic Society
75 Varick St floor 11
New York NY 10013

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

The Robert T. Farrell Lecture; Law, Literature, and Society in Medieval Ireland and Beyond [co-sponsored with Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe]; Digital Castles: New Developments in Research and Teaching (A Roundtable)
Contact: Westley Follett
730 East Beach Blvd
Long Beach MS 39560
Phone: (228) 214-3360

Ancient Abbeys of Brittany Project (1)

Episcopal and Papal Influences on Monasteries of Western Europe
Contact: Claude Lucette Evans
Phone: (416) 968-6415

Anglo-Norman Text Society(1)

Anglo-Norman Texts and Manuscripts
Contact: Maureen Boulton
Phone: (574) 302-6825
Fax: (574) 289-3327

Anglo-Saxon Hagiography Society (ASHS) (2)

Anonymous Anglo-Saxon Saints' Lives; The Global (in the) Anonymous Anglo-Saxon Saint's Life
Contact: Johanna Kramer
Univ of Missouri–Columbia
Dept of English
114 Tate Hall
Columbia MO 65211
Phone: (573) 882-2087

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

Classical Philosophy in the Lands of Islam and Its Influence (A Workshops) I–II
Contact: Nicholas Oschman
Phone: (570) 592-8507

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) (1)

East Meets West: Revisiting the Medieval Dichotomy of Place and Space in Asia and Europe (A Roundtable)
Contact: David M. Reher
Phone: (262) 629-0884

Arthurian Literature (1)

Arthurian Names
Contact: David F. Johnson
Florida State Univ
Dept of English
Tallahassee FL 32306-1580
Phone: (850) 459-4993

Arthuriana (1)

Arthurian Taboos (A Roundtable)
Contact: Dorsey Armstrong
Phone: 765-494-6478
Fax: (765) 494-3780

Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (2)

#MEditerraneanTOO [co-sponsored with the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS)]; From Timbuktu to Kalamazoo I: African and Iberian Intersections
Contact: Jessica A. Boon
Univ of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
Dept of Religious Studies, CB 3225, 125 Carolina Hall
Chapel Hill NC 27599
Phone: (469) 569-2568

Association for the Advancement of Scholarship and Teaching of the Medieval in Popular Culture (1)

More than Marvel: Representations of Norse Mythology in Contemporary Popular Culture
Contact: Michael A. Torregrossa

AVISTA: The Association Villard de Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science, and Art (2)

Buildings That Are Not Churches: The Wider Field of Medieval Archaeology; New Approaches to Old Problems: Using Modern Technology to Investigate Medieval Material Culture
Contact: Maile Hutterer
Univ of Oregon
History of Art and Architecture
5229 University of Oregon
Eugene OR 97403
Phone: (212) 203-8889

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BABEL Working Group (1)

Is Medieval Studies Secular? Thinking with Post-Secular Critique (A Roundtable)
Julie Orlemanski
(706) 254-0622

Boydell & Brewer, Ltd. (1)

Boydell and Brewer, 1969–2019: Fifty Years of Academic Publishing (A Roundtable)
Caroline Palmer
Boydell & Brewer, Ltd
PO Box 9
Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 3DF
Phone: +44 1394 610 600

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

Teaching a Diverse and Inclusive Middle Ages (A Panel Discussion)
Contact: Sarah Davis-Secord
Univ of New Mexico
Dept of History
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque NM 87131-0001

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

The Conjuring Arts in Arthurian Literature
Contact: Danielle Taylor
Phone: (613) 581-5822

Celtic Studies Association of North America (2)

New Work by Young Celtic Studies Scholars; Names, Words, Terms, and Labels in Celtic Studies
Contact: Frederick Suppe
Ball State Univ
Dept of History
Muncie IN 47306
Phone: (765) 282-5669
Fax: (765) 285-5612

Center for Austrian Studies, Univ. of Minnesota–Twin Cities; Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (1)

Networks of Patronage in Central Europe
Contact: Jan Volek
Univ of Minnesota–Twin Cities
314 Social Sciences Building
267 19th Ave S
Minneapolis MN 55455

Center for Cistercian and Monastic Studies, Western Michigan Univ. (6)

Rewriting Cistercian Exempla between the End of the Twelfth and the Beginning of the Thirteenth Century; Bernard's De consideratione and Its Afterlife; Aelred of Rievaulx and the Dramatic; Floral Metaphors in the Material and Spiritual Culture in Medieval Monasticism; The Monastic and Early Scholastic Theology: More Likeness than Difference?; Saint Gertrude the Great: The Orthodoxy, Originality, and Universality of Her Doctrine [co-sponsored with the Committee for the Nomination of St. Gertrude as a Doctor of the Church]
Contact: Susan Steuer
Phone: (269) 387-5250
Fax: (269) 387-5077

Center for Inter-American and Border Studies, Univ. of Texas–El Paso (2)

Ritual Space and Sacred Limits in Medieval Iberian Literature; Herbalists without Borders: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Herbal Medicine in the Iberian World [co-sponsored with the Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA)]
Contact: Matthew V. Desing
115 Liberal Arts Building
500 W University Ave
El Paso TX 79968
Phone: (612) 695-1845

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

Teaching Manuscripts in a New Light; Reading (in) the Middle Ages I–II
Contact: Rowan Dorin
Stanford Univ
Dept of History
450 Serra Mall, Bldg 200
Stanford CA 94305

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, California State Univ.–Long Beach (2)

How to Fight in the Middle Ages: Medieval Fighting Manuals and Instructions in Their Cultural Contexts; Recreation of Medieval Combat: Medievalism and the Reenactment of "Medieval" Fighting
Contact: Ilan Mitchell-Smith
California State Univ–Long Beach
Dept of English
1250 Bellflower Blvd
Long Beach CA 90840
Phone: (562) 276-5868

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

What is Kaye Really Like in Each Vernacular Tradition? (A Roundtable)
Contact: Evelyn Meyer
Phone: (314) 977-7254

Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham Univ. (1)

Whose Middle Ages? Confronting Claims to the Past Beyond Medievalism (A Roundtable)
Contact: Nicholas Paul
Phone: (917) 386-4879

Center for the Study of C. S. Lewis and Friends, Taylor Univ. (2)

C. S. Lewis and the Middle Ages I–II: Lewis and the Medieval Consolation Tradition; Lewis, Monsters, and the Monstrous
Contact: Joe Ricke
Taylor Univ
Dept of English
236 W Reade Ave
Upland IN 46989
Phone: (260) 388-6243
Fax: (765) 998-4930

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

The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas I–III
Contact: Steven J. Jensen

Centre d'études supérieures de civilisation médiévale; International Medieval Society, Paris (2)

Transfer of Cultural Products: France and the Mediterranean Area in the Twelfth to Thirteenth Century I–II
Contact: Estelle Ingrand-Varenne
Centre d'études supérieures de civilisation médiévale
Hotel Bethelot (E13), 24 rue de la Chaine
TSA 81118
Poitiers CEDEX 9 86073

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

Old Codices, New Contexts I–II: Latin Manuscripts; Vernacular Manuscripts
Contact: Benjamin Pohl
Univ of Bristol
Dept of History
13-15 Woodland Rd
Bristol, England BS8 1TB
United Kingdom
Phone: +44(0)1179 288396

Centre for Medieval Studies, Univ. of Toronto (3)

Ethiopian Manuscripts and Manuscript Studies in Honor of Getachew Haile (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML)]; Ethiopian Studies I–II: Magic, Medicine, and Religion [co-sponsored with Societas Magica]; Saints, Struggles, and Sermons [co-sponsored with the International Medieval Sermon Studies Society]
Contact: Sean M. Winslow
Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung
Elisabethstraße 59/III
Graz 8010
Phone: +43 681 81 81 5336

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

"Belonging" in the Medieval City I–II
Contact: Sarah Rees Jones
Phone: +44 7745228637

Centrum voor Religie en Erfgoed, Rijksuniv. Groningen (1)

Huizinga's Waning of the Middle Ages (First Published in 1919) and Its Impact on Cultural History of the Middle Ages (A Roundtable)
Contact: Mathilde van Dijk
Rijksuniv Groningen
Centre for Religion and Heritage
Oude Boteringestraat 38
9712 GK Groningen
The Netherlands
Phone: +31-50-3125965
Fax: +31-50-3636200

Chaucer MetaPage (3)

Gaylord Workshop on Reading Chaucer Aloud (A Workshop); Tactile Teaching: Using Materials in the Classroom (A Roundtable); Local Chaucers (A Panel Discussion)
Contact: Susan Yager
808 Hodge Ave
Ames, IA 50010
Phone: (515) 233-0983

Chaucer Review (3)

Chaucer and Power I–III: Governance/Resistance; Gender/Post-Gender; Empathy/Revulsion
Contact: David Raybin
Phone: (330) 221-8803

Cities of Readers: Religious Literacies in the Long Fifteenth Century, Univ. of Groningen (1)

Moving Readers: The Significance of Movement in Devotional Reading in the Late Middle Ages
Contact: Joanka van der Laan
Phone: +31681049708

Classical Association of the Midwest and South (1)

Bridging the Gap: Classicists and Medievalists in Continuous Dialogue
Contact: Anise K. Strong
2880 Bronson Blvd
Kalamazoo MI 49008
Phone: (917) 325-8618

Contagions: Society for Historic Infectious Disease Studies (2)

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Historic Disease I–II
Contact: Michelle Ziegler
2720 Stratford Lane
Granite City IL 62040
Phone: (618) 420-3304

La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (2)

La corónica International Book Award: In Honor of Dr. Philip Daileader for Saint Vincent Ferrer, His World and Life: Religion and Society in Late Medieval Europe (New York: Palgrave, 2016); Unbound Iberia: The Uses of Manuscript and Print Material from Medieval and Early Modern Spain
Contact: Jonathan Burgoyne
Ohio State Univ
Dept of Spanish and Portuguese
281 Hagerty Hall
1775 College Rd
Columbus OH 43210
Phone: (614) 264-3786

Crusades in France and Occitania (3)

Crusades in Context: I–III
Contact: Thomas W. Lecaque
Phone: (660) 349-8159

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Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations (1)

Approaches to Editing and Translating (A Roundtable)
Contact: Kelly Gibson
Univ of Dallas
History Dept
1845 E Northgate Dr
Irving TX 75062-4736
Phone: (972) 721-5370

Dante Society of America (3)

Dante Studies I–III
Contact: Jason Aleksander
Phone: (708) 310-1502

De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History (5)

Annual Journal of Medieval Military History Lecture; War and Chivalry; Early and High Medieval Military History; Late Medieval Military History; Medieval Military Technology
Contact: Valerie Eads
Fax: (212) 592-2626

Dept. of English Studies, Durham Univ. (1)

"Nomen est omen": A Roundtable on Names and Nicknames in the Middle Ages
Contact: Elizabeth Archibald
Durham Univ
Dept of English Studies
77 Hallgarth Street
Durham, England DH1 3AY
United Kingdom

Dept. of English, Temple Univ. (1)

Father Chaucer and the Critics: The Problems of Chaucerian Biography in the Twenty-First Century (A Roundtable)
Contact: Carissa Harris

Dept. of History, Durham Univ. (1)

"Records and Recording": Reputation and Accounts across Social Class in Late Medieval England
Contact: Ryan K. Wicklund
Durham Univ
Dept of History
43 N Bailey
Durham, England DH1 3EX
United Kingdom
Phone: +44(0)7921575815

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

Italians Abroad
Contact: Gerhard Jaritz
Phone: +4314709871
Fax: +3613273055

Dictionary of Old English (DOE); Electronic Corpus of Anonymous Homilies in Old English (ECHOE) (2)

Anonymous Old English Homilies I–II: The State of the Genre (A Roundtable); The Case of the Blickling Homilies
Contact: Haruko Momma
Dictionary of Old English
Robarts Library, Room 14285
130 St George St
Toronto, ON M5S 3H1

Digital Editing and the Medieval Manuscript: Rolls and Fragments (DEMMR/F) (2)

Text and Construction beyond the Codex; The Pedagogy of Digital Editing (A Roundtable)
Contact: Elizabeth Hebbard
Indiana Univ–Bloomington
Dept of French and Italian
355 N Jordan Ave
Bloomington IN 47405

Digital Medievalist (1)

Interdisciplinarity in Digital Medieval Studies
Contact: Lynn Ransom
Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies
Penn Libraries
3420 Walnut St
Philadelphia PA 19118
Phone: (215) 898-7851

Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures (1)

"Big Data" in Medieval Studies
Contact: Albert Lloret

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

Dress and Textiles I–III: Saints and Sinners, Kings and Fools; Transformation and Ambiguity; Practical Considerations
Contact: Robin Netherton
715 Aramis Dr
St Louis MO 63141
Phone: (314) 803-1435

Divinity School, Univ. of Chicago (1)

Inventing and Deploying Auctoritates
Contact: Robert J. Porwoll
Phone: (733) 540-8608

Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library; Platinum Latin (1)

Ovidian Reception
Contact: Gregory Hays
Univ of Virginia
Dept of Classics, PO Box 400788
Charlottesville VA 22902
Email: bgh2n@virginia

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (4)

Sanctity and Hagiography in the Byzantine World: Papers in Honor of Alice-Mary Talbot; Hagiography South and North, East and West: The Movement of Saints' Lives across Cultures; Topics in Byzantine Numismatics [co-sponsored with the Princeton University Numismatic Collection]; Personal Piety and Devotional Inscriptions in Byzantium
Contact: Nicole Eddy
Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library
1703 32nd St NW
Washington DC 20007
Phone: (202) 749-8279

Durham Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (DCAMP), Durham Univ. (1)

The Early Reception of Aristotle's Natural Philosophy in England and France
Contact: Sigbjorn Olsen Sonnesyn
Durham Univ
History Dept
N Bailey 43
Durham, England DH1 3EX
United Kingdom
Phone: +44795963007

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Early Book Society (6)

Middle English Texts and Manuscripts: In Memory of Ian Doyle; Finishing Touches: Perfecting Manuscripts and Printed Books; Utilitarian Texts: Authors, Makers, Users; Archaeology of the Book; Outside London and Paris: Regional Manuscript and Book Production; Magic, Multilingual Papyri, Books within Books [co-sponsored with Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes (IRHT)]
Contact: Martha W. Driver
Pace Univ
Depts of English and WGS
41 Park Row, Rm 511F
New York NY 10038
Fax: (212) 265-6025

Early Medieval Europe (3)

Early Medieval Europe I–III
Contact: Helmut Reimitz

Early Middle English Society (2)

Thirteenth-Century Vernaculars (A Roundtable); Conceptions of Death and Dying in Early Medieval Literature
Contact: Carla Maria Thomas
110 Harbors Way
Boynton Beach FL 33435
Phone: (850) 321-1717

Early Proverb Society (2)

On the Non-universality of Proverbial Wisdom and Study (A Roundtable); "Time passeth faste awey": Proverbs and the Manipulation of Chronology
Contact: Susan E. Deskis
Northern Illinois Univ
Dept of English
DeKalb IL 60115

Environmental History Network for the Middle Ages (ENFORMA) (2)

Power and Place in Medieval Scotland: Papers in Memory of Alasdair Ross; The Place of Power: Medieval Fuel and Energy Regimes
Contact: Ellen Arnold
Phone: (859) 230-9983

Episcopus: Society for the Study of Bishops and Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages (3)

Episcopal Things and Ecclesiastical Spaces I–III: Clerics and Codices: Bishops, Secular Clergy and Their Books; Old Clerics, New Tricks: Bishops, Secular Clergy, and New Methodology; Brevia on Bishops and the Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages
Contact: Evan A. Gatti
Phone: (919) 260-2778

Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia (ENAH) (1)

The Paleohispanic Period: Medieval Characteristics in the First Latin American Renaissance
Contact: Rodrigo Tirado
Phone: +5215543675248

EXARC; AVISTA: The Association Villard de Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science, and Art (1)

Archaeology and Experiment: Moving beyond the Artifacts
Contact: Neil Peterson
1850 Notre Dame Dr, Box 124
St Agatha, ON N0B 2L0
Phone: (519) 883-8588

Exemplaria: Medieval / Early Modern / Theory (1)

Medieval Yack Meets Digital Hack: Theorizing the Digital Humanities
Contact: Corey Sparks
California State Univ
Dept of English
400 W First Street
Chico CA 95929
Phone: (530) 898-5124

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Fellowship of Medievalists of Color (MOC) (1)

Whiteness in Medieval Studies 3.0 (A Workshop)
Contact: Jonathan Hsy

Feminist Renaissance in Anglo-Saxon Studies (1)

White Nationalism, Misogyny, and Modern Receptions of the Early Medieval North Atlantic
Contact: Erin E. Sweany

14th Century Society (3)

Urban and Rural Economies in the Fourteenth Century; Iberia in the Fourteenth Century [co-sponsored with American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (AARHMS)]; Bureaucracy and Document Culture in the Fourteenth Century
Contact: Maya Soifer Irish
Rice Univ
History Dept, 6100 Main MS-42
Houston TX 77005-1827
Phone: (713) 582-3575

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

The Early Medieval Economy
Contact: Lee Mordechai
Univ of Notre Dame
The Medieval Institute, 715 Hesburgh Library
Notre Dame IN 46556
Phone: (609) 356-6375

Franciscan Institute, St. Bonaventure Univ. (3)

Bonaventure's Hexaemeron; Sarah McNamer's Meditations on the Life of Christ (Notre Dame: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 2018); Vernacular Theology and Medieval Franciscans
Contact: Lezlie Knox
Marquette Univ
Dept of History
1101 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee WI 53213
Phone: (414) 288-7863

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Game Cultures Society (1)

Experimental Games in the Classroom (A Poster Session)
Contact: Sarah J. Sprouse
Texas Tech Univ
Dept of English, MS 3091
Lubbock TX 79409
Phone: (703) 474-2378

Goliardic Society, Western Michigan Univ. (1)

Dancing with the Stars: How the Night Sky Influenced Medieval Thought
Contact: Sarah Jaran
Phone: (201) 874-3056

Gower Project (2)

Gower and Manuscript Art; Amoral Gower and Its Impact
Contact: Georgiana Donavin
Phone: (801) 832-2371

Great Lakes Adiban Society (2)

Inscribed Bodies, Etched Surfaces: The Written and Unwritten in the Medieval Islamicate World; Fifty Shades of Green: The Islamicate Art of Seduction
Contact: Cameron Cross
Phone: (734) 239-1911

Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals "Espai, Poder i Cultura," Univ. de Lleida (1)

Medieval Societies in Transition from the Mediterranean to America
Contact: Flocel Sabaté
Univ de Lleida
Pl Victor Siurana, 1
Lleida 25003
Phone: +34973703152

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Hagiography Society (4)

Witnessing the Canonization Process; Race and Racism in Hagiography; Holy Authorship: Saints Writing about Saints; Marked Bodies, Divine Remnants
Contact: Barbara Zimbalist
Phone: (915) 258-0627

Harvard English Dept. Medieval Colloquium (2)

With Catherine Sanok: Secular Temporalities; With Stacy Klein: Early Medieval Childhood
Contact: Anna Kelner
Barker Center
12 Quincy St
Cambridge MA 02138
Phone: (310) 892-3143

Haskins Society (4)

Inscribed Desires: Juridical Acts, Graphic Communities, and the Making of Medieval Documents ca. 1100–1300; New Voices in Medieval History I–II; Muslim-Christian Relations in Pre-Norman and Norman Italy
Contact: Nicholas Paul
Fordham Univ
Center for Medieval Studies, FMH 405A
441 E Fordham Rd
Bronx NY 10458
Phone: (917) 386-4879

Háskóli Íslands; Icelandic Research Fund (2)

Disability before Disability in the Medieval Icelandic Sagas I–II
Contact: Ármann Jakobsson
Univ of Iceland
Reykjavik 101
Phone: +3545254719

Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe (2)

New Approaches to the Age of Arthur: Britain and Gaul in the Fifth Century; Becoming Roman/Becoming Barbarian: Cultural Assimilation and Resistance in Late Antiquity
Contact: Larry Swain
1312 Irvine Ave NW Apt A
Bemidji MN 56601
Phone: (218) 368-8205

Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) (1)

Manuscripts and Religious Contact in the Middle East
Contact: Matthew Heintzelman
Saint John's Univ
Hill Museum & Manuscript Library
2835 Abbey Plaza, PO Box 7300
Collegeville MN 56321-7300
Phone: (320) 363-2795
Fax: (320) 363-3222

Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies (HSMS) (2)

Workshop on Ibero-Romance Paleography; Ibero-Romance Lexicography: Medieval Ibero-Romance Dictionaries
Contact: Pablo Pastrana-Pérez
Western Michigan Univ
Dept of Spanish
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5338
Phone: (269) 387-2955

History at Delta (1)

Medieval Michigan
Contact: Michael Evans
Delta College
Social Sciences Division
1961 Delta Rd
University Center MI 48710
Phone: (989) 560-2582

History Dept., Texas A&M Univ.–Commerce (1)

Tolkien's Legendarium and Medieval Cosmology
Contact: Judy Ann Ford
Texas A&M Univ–Commerce
History Dept
Commerce TX 75429
Phone: (214) 659-8208

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Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA) (1)

Literature and Court Culture in Medieval Iberia: A Roundtable in Memoriam Nancy Marino
Contact: Sol Miguel-Prendes
Wake Forest Univ
Dept of Spanish and Italian, PO Box 7566
Winston Salem NC 48824
Phone: (336) 473-4496

Index of Medieval Art, Princeton Univ. (2)

Encountering Medieval Iconography in the Twenty-First Century: Scholarship, Social Media, and Digital Methods (A Roundtable); Lost in Iconography? Exploring the New Index of Medieval Art Database
Contact: Jessica Savage
Phone: (609) 258-0884

Institute for Medieval Research, Univ. of Nottingham; Medieval Research Centre, Univ. of Leicester (1)

Identity Formation in Regionalized Medieval English Sources
Contact: Esther Lewis
Phone: +447807551613

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

The Invisible Curriculum Facing Scholars of Color and First-Generation Status (A Roundtable); Magical Spaces and Places: Locating Medieval Magic in Literature and Manuscripts; Ancillary Merlin in Literature, Art, and Film I–II
Contact: Timothy C. Graham
Univ of New Mexico
Institute for Medieval Studies, MSC06 3620
2045 Mesa Vista Hall
Albuquerque NM 87131
Phone: (505) 277-1191

Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Durham Univ. (1)

Writing and Power in the Central Middle Ages
Contact: William Raybould
Durham Univ
History Dept
43 N Bailey
Durham, England DH1 3EX
United Kingdom

Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Univ. Nova de Lisboa; Centro de Estudos Sociologia e Estética Musical, Univ. Nova de Lisboa (2)

Intermediality in Iberian Manuscripts: Materiality and Meaning in Context I–II
Contact: Alicia Miguélez
Univ Nova de Lisboa
Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de Ciências Sociasis e Humanas
Avenida de Berna, 26 C
Lisbon  1069-061

International Alain Chartier Society; International Christine de Pizan Society, North American Branch (1)

The Anxiety of Influence
Contact: Benjamin M. Semple
Gonzaga Univ
Dept of Modern Languages
502 E Boon Ave CG Box 44
Spokane WA 99258
Phone: (509) 981-0725

International Anchoritic Society (3)

Queer Anchorites and Hermits (A Roundtable); Views of the Anchoritic Adjacent; Discourse Features of Anchoritic Texts
Contact: Michelle M. Sauer
3730 Norman Ct S
Fargo ND 58104
Phone: (701) 340-4362

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

Arthurian Animals; Arthurian Afterlives; Percival/Perceval Continuations (A Roundtable)
Contact: David F. Johnson
Florida State Univ
Dept of English
Tallahassee FL 32306-1580
Phone: (850) 459-4993

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

Animal Crime; Rhetoric of Resistance; Social Bandits
Contact: Melissa Ridley Elmes
Lindenwood Univ
Humanities-English Dept
209 S Kingshighway
St Charles MO 63301
Phone: (636) 345-7498

International Boethius Society (2)

Teaching the Old English Boethius; Teaching Boethius and Chaucer
Contact: Philip Edward Phillips
Middle Tenessee State University
University Honors College, MTSU Box 267
Murfreesboro TN 37132
Phone: (615) 898-2699
Fax: (615) 904-8263

International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) (2)

The Other Half of Heaven: Visualizing Female Sanctity in East and West (ca. 1200–1500) I–II
Contact: Beth Williamson
Univ of Bristol
School of Humanities
9 Woodland Rd
Bristol, England BS8 1TB
United Kingdom
Phone: +44(0)1179546047
Fax: +44(0)1173317933

International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) Student Committee (1)

Art, Science, and the Natural World
Contact: Sophie Ong

International Christine de Pizan Society, North American Branch (1)

Female Authority in Word and Image: A Session in Memory of Mary Weitzel Gibbons Landor
Contact: Benjamin M. Semple
Gonzaga Univ
Dept of Modern Languages, AD Box 44
502 E Boone Ave
Spokane WA 99258
Phone: (509) 313-6721
Fax: (509) 313-5718

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

Othering in Courtly Literature; Weather at Court; Belief Systems and the Court
Contact: Susann Samples
8 Thrush Trail
Carroll Valley PA 17320
Phone: (410) 807-0895

International Hoccleve Society; International Piers Plowman Society (1)

Identity in Public Contexts: Hoccleve and Langland in Conversation
Contact: Elon Lang
Phone: (512) 820-2923

International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) (2)

IIIF in the Classroom I–II: Modeling Interoperability (A Roundtable); A Practical Guide (A Workshop)
Contact: Benjamin L. Albritton
557 Escondido Mall
Stanford CA 94305-6069
Phone: (650) 454-4164

International Joan of Arc Society/Société Internationale de l'étude de Jeanne d'Arc (1)

Joan the Woman
Contact: Gail Orgelfinger
Phone: (410) 544-3077

International Lawman's Brut Society (2)

Language and Boundaries in the Brut; Beasts in the Brut
Contact: Kenneth Tiller
Univ of Virginia College at Wise
Dept of Language and Literature
1 College Ave
Wise VA 24293
Phone: (276) 376-4587
Fax: (276) 328-0130

International Machaut Society (3)

Teaching Machaut's World (A Roundtable); Late Medieval Multimedia; Motet Petting 'Zoo: Exploring Medieval Motets with Live Performance (A Workshop)
Contact: Jared C. Hartt
Phone: (440) 935-5136

International Marguerite Porete Society (1)

"Ah, but to whom will I say it? ": Teaching Marguerite Porete's Mirror of Simple Souls
Contact: Robert Stauffer
Dominican College of Blauvelt
470 Western Highway
Orangeburg NY 10962
Phone: (516) 448-8699

International Marie de France Society (3)

Family and Kinship in Marie de France; Bodies and Gender in Marie de France: New Theoretical Lenses (A Roundtable); Performances of Marie de France: Chevrefoil
Contact: Simonetta Cochis
Transylvania Univ
300 N Broadway
Lexington KY 40508
Phone: (859) 582-0800

International Medieval Sermon Studies Society (3)

Medieval Sermon Studies I: Stephen Langton and His Successors as Pastors: In Memory of Phyllis Barzillay Roberts; Medieval Sermon Studies II–III
Contact: Holly Johnson
Mississippi State Univ
Dept of English, Box E
2000 Lee Hall
Mississippi State MS 39762
Phone: (662) 694-1092

International Medieval Society, Paris (2)

Introduction to Working in French Archives and Libraries (A Workshop); The Rites of Engagement
Contact: Valerie M. Wilhite

International Piers Plowman Society (2)

The Places and Spaces of Alliterative Verse [co-sponsored with the Pearl-Poet Society]; Protest and Complaint: The Piers Plowman Tradition in England and beyond [co-sponsored with the Lollard Society]
Contact: Michael Johnston
Phone: (614) 506-9400

International Sidney Society (3)

Sidney at Kalamazoo I–II: The Sidneys and Their Circles; Sidney at Kalamazoo III: The Van Dorsten Lecture: Sidney, Pembroke, and English Manuscript Culture
Contact: Nandra Perry
Phone: (919) 619-5169

International Society for the Study of Medievalism (3)

Medievalism and the Mundane; Transdisciplinary Somatic Medievalisms; Robin Hood (2018)
Contact: Usha Vishnuvajjala
Phone: (240) 505-9008

International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (ISAS) (2)

New Voices in Anglo-Saxon Studies I–II
Contact: Mary Kate Hurley
Ohio Univ
N264 Lindley Hall
Athens OH 45701
Phone: (336) 391-7969

International Society of Medievalist Librarians (1)

Bibliothecaria ex Machina: Medievalist Librarians at the Nexus and Access to Medieval Studies Scholarship
Contact: Julia A. Schneider
Phone: (574) 631-5724

Irish Sea in the Middle Ages Research Network (ISMARN) (2)

Gender around the Irish Sea; Historiography around the Irish Sea
Contact: Lindy Brady
Univ of Mississippi
Dept of English, Bondurant Hall, PO Box 1848
University MS 38677-1848

Italian Art Society (3)

The Restoration of the Fourteenth-Century Painted Ceiling of the Sala Magna in Palazzo Chiaromonte-Steri in Palermo I–III: Intermateriality, Conversation, and Digital Humanities; Narrating Power, Showing Chivalry: For a Visual Cultural History of Late Medieval Sicily; The Sala Magna's Ceiling in Context: Medieval Painted Ceilings in the Mediterranean
Contact: Sarah Wilkins
Phone: (917) 873-0457

Italians and Italianists at Kalamazoo (2)

After The Plague: Italy and the Long Middle Ages; Anti-Intellectualism in Medieval Italy
Contact: Karina Attar
Queens College, CUNY
Dept of European Languages and Literatures
65-30 Kissena Blvd
Flushing NY 11367
Phone: (347) 235-9456

Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC), the International Society of Medieval Canon Law (2)

Interpreting and Using Law in the Middle Ages I–II
Contact: Melodie H. Eichbauer
Florida Gulf Coast Univ
Dept of Social Sciences, Mewin Hall
10501 FGCU Blvd South
Fort Myers FL 33965
Phone: (239) 590-1245

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J. Paul Getty Museum (2)

Intersectional Medievalisms I–II: Creators of Color; Queering Past and Present
Contact: Bryan C. Keene
Phone: (310) 440-7748

John Gower Society (3)

Gower Reads the Classics; Revisiting John Gower's Poetic: Papers in Honor of R. F. Yeager; Practical Approaches to Teaching Gower (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with TEAMS (Teaching Association for Medieval Studies)]
Contact: Brian Gastle
Western Carolina Univ
Dept of English, 305 Coulter Hall
Cullowhee NC 28723
Phone: (828) 227-3922
Fax: (828) 227-7266

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

Medieval English Literature and Africa
Contact: Renee R. Trilling
608 S Wright St
Urbana IL 61801
Phone: (217) 244-5655

Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures (JMRC) (1)

Medieval Religious Cultures
Contact: Christine Cooper-Rompato
Utah State Univ
Dept of English, UMC 3200
Logan UT 84322-3200
Phone: (435) 797-3856

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K–12 Committee, Medieval Academy of America (1)

Making the Most of the Medieval: Collective Strategies for K–16 Cooperation (A Roundtable)
Contact: Reid S. Weber
Phone: (815) 762-9370

Kalamazoo Book Arts Center (KBAC) (3)

Coptic-Stitch Binding (A Hands-On Workshop); Calligraphy (A Hands-On Workshop) I–II
Contact: Elizabeth Teviotdale

Kommission für Volksdichtung (2)

The Syndergaard Sessions: Sex and Politics in the Traditional Ballad I–II
Contact: Richard Firth Green
164 Cobourg St
Stratford, ON N5A 3E8
Phone: (519) 508-7666

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Litel Clergeon Society (2)

Teaching the Middle Ages to All Ages; Secondary School as a Second Career
Contact: Kristin Cole
Phone: +15124157451

Lollard Society (2)

Medieval Sermon Studies: Preaching Division in Late Medieval Europe [co-sponsored with the International Medieval Sermon Studies Society]; Medieval Religion and Religious Controversy (A Roundtable) [co-sponsored with the Center for Austrian Studies, Univ. of Minnesota–Twin Cities]
Contact: Michael Van Dussen
McGill Univ
Dept of English
853 Sherbrooke St W
Montreal, QC H3A 0G5

Lone Medievalist (1)

The Dragon(s) in the Room: Addressing the Modern Problems of Medieval Studies (A Roundtable)
Contact: John P. Sexton
Bridgewater State Univ
Dept of English
45 School St
Bridgewater MA 02325
Phone: (508) 531-1471
Fax: (508) 531-1781

Lydgate Society (4)

Lydgate's Geographies: Lydgate and the Continent; Forgotten Lydgate (A Roundtable); Re(Sourcing) the Fifteenth Century; Materialities of Lydgate
Contact: Alaina Bupp
2905 Josephine St
Denver CO 80205
Phone: (303) 909-9419

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

In Memory of Margot King I–II: Why Every Women's Scholar Should Celebrate What She Did  for You (A Roundtable); The Lives and Deeds of Holy Women
Contact: Judith Sutera, OSB
801 S 8th St
Atchison KS 66002

Manuscript Technologies Forum Interest Group, The English Association (1)

Reconstructing Performance Theory in the Digital Age?: The Old English Homily (1066–1250) (A Roundtable)
Contact: Matthew Aiello
Univ of Pennsylvania
Fisher-Bennett Hall, Room 127
3340 Walnut St
Philadelphia PA 19104-6273
Phone: (408) 761-4873

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

Peace in Theory and Practice in the Middle Ages; The Manger-Crib in Medieval Culture and Beyond
Contact: Mary Dzon
Univ of Tennessee–Knoxville
Dept of English, 301 McClung Tower
Knoxville TN 37996-0430
Phone: (865) 974-6926

Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture (1)

Byzantine Responses to Minorities: The Case of the Physically Impaired
Contact: Brandie Ratliff
50 Goddard Ave
Brookline MA 02445
Phone: (617) 850-1242

Material Collective (1)

The Middle Ages, What Does It Have to Do with Me? (A Roundtable)
Contact: Rachel Dressler
144 Murray Ave
Delmar NY 12054
Phone: (518) 312-0211

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

Re-Mapping/Re-Reading Pre-Modern Travel Narratives and Maps
Contact: Giovanna Montenegro
Binghamton Univ
Dept of Comparative Literature, PO Box 6000
Binghamton NY 13902
Phone: (415) 793-3987

Medica: The Society for the Study of Healing in the Middle Ages (2)

Leprosy in the City: Medical, Charitable, and Regulatory Responses to Leprosy in the Middle Ages; Women Healers in Medieval Family and Community Life
Contact: William H. York
Phone: 503-725-2260

Medieval Academy Graduate Student Committee; Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) (1)

Stepping into the Professions: Tips on Navigating a Variety of Career Paths for Medievalist Graduate Students and Early Career Scholars (A Roundtable)
Contact: Courtney A. Krolikoski
Phone: (603) 686-0642

Medieval Academy of America (2)

Icons of Sound; The Resurrected Body
Contact: Alfred J. Andrea
161 Austin Drive, Unit 3
Burlington VT 05401
Phone: (802) 578-5896

Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World (1)

Spain and the Crusades: Iberian Passages on Land and Sea in the Middle Ages
Contact: Larry J. Simon
Western Michigan Univ
Dept of History
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5334
Phone: (269) 387-4633
Fax: (269) 387-4651

Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society (MRDS) (4)

New Voices in Early Drama Studies; Stranger Things: Supernatural Effects on the Medieval and Early Modern Stage; Summer Games; Contemporary Productions of Medieval Plays
Contact: Frank M. Napolitano
Radford Univ
Dept of English
Box 6935
Radford VA 24142
Phone: (540) 831-5269
Fax: (540) 831-6800

Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Interdisciplinary Network (MARGIN), New York Univ. (2)

Messy Bodies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Body in Pre-Modern Culture I–II
Contact: Juliana Amorim Goskes

Medieval Association for Rural Studies (MARS) (2)

Think Big(ger): Towards the Environmental History of Medieval Eurasia; After the Black Death: Recurrent Outbreaks of Plague in the Medieval World
Contact: Phil Slavin
Dept of History and Politics, Pathfoot Bldg
Stirling, England FK9 4LA
United Kingdom
Phone: +447950831314

Medieval Association of Place and Space (MAPS) (2)

Nasty, Brutish, and Long: Medieval Travel Writing; Digital Maps and Mapping
Contact: Matthew Boyd Goldie
Phone: (917) 915-5239

Medieval Association of the Midwest (MAM) (6)

The Medieval "Canon" in the Early British Literature Survey (A Roundtable); The Medieval in Children's Literature; Interpretive Impasses and the Pearl-Poet [co-sponsored with the Pearl-Poet Society]; Queyntes, Cuckolds, and Handsy Clerks: Toxic Masculinity and Medieval Bro Culture; Lawless Justice or Lawful Injustice; Nevertheless, She Resisted: Centering Female Will and Consent in Medieval Literature
Contact: Alison Langdon
Western Kentucky Univ
Dept of English
1906 College Heights Blvd #11086
Bowling Green KY 42101-1086
Phone: (270) 745-5708
Fax: (270) 745-2533

Medieval Association of the Pacific (1)

Materiality and . . . ?
Contact: Miranda Wilcox
Phone: (801) 422-3339

Medieval Brewers Guild; AVISTA: The Association Villard de Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science, and Art (2)

The Medieval Origins of Hopped Ales: Humulus Lupulus and the "Little Wolf" That Roared; Medieval Gruit Ales Revisited: New Theories about Old Beverages
Contact: Stephen C. Law
Phone: (405) 974-5615

Medieval Chronicle Society (1)

Medieval Chronicles
Contact: Lisa M. Ruch
Phone: (413) 565-1367

Medieval Ecocriticisms (2)

Medieval Ecocriticisms I–II: Horror and the Environment (A Roundtable); Horror and the Environment
Contact: Heide Estes
Monmouth Univ
Dept of English
400 Cedar Ave
West Long Branch NJ 07764
Phone: (347) 802-7127

Medieval Foremothers Society (2)

In Honor of Elizabeth Robertson I–II: Feminism in Medieval Studies: Past, Present, and Future; "Faith with Feet": Religion and Form in Medieval Literature and Culture
Contact: Amy N. Vines
Phone: (336) 707-2756

Medieval History Workshop, Harvard Univ. (1)

Was There Capitalism in the Middle Ages?
Contact: Henry Gruber
Phone: (310) 508-5913

Medieval Institute, Univ. of Notre Dame (2)

Styles of Rulership across Tenth-Century Eurasia; Imperialism and Colonialism in the Late Middle Ages
Contact: Carlos Diego Arenas Pacheco
Univ of Notre Dame
Medieval institute, 715 Hesburgh Library
Notre Dame IN 46556

Medieval Institute, Western Michigan Univ.; Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (2)

Screening of Agora (2009); Agora and the Reception and Reputation of Hypatia of Alexandria (A Roundtable)
Contact: Elizabeth Teviotdale

Medieval Makars Society (1)

Shirking the Canon: "Obscure" or "Unpopular" in the Survey Classroom
Contact: Ruth M. E. Oldman
Phone: (540) 421-5628

Medieval Mediterranean (1)

Fixers and Go-Betweens in the Medieval Mediterranean
Contact: Larry J. Simon
Western Michigan Univ
Dept of History
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5334
Phone: (269) 387-4633
Fax: (269) 387-4651

Medieval Prosopography (2)

Lucy Pick's Her Father's Daughter: Gender, Power, and Religion in the Early Spanish Kingdoms (A Roundtable); Social Networks in the Medieval Mediterranean: Gender, Power and Religion
Contact: Amy Livingstone
Phone: (937) 602-1694

Medieval Romance Society (3)

Romance at Sea I–III: Amphibious Spaces; Sea Monsters; Over the Ocean
Contact: Rebecca Drake
Phone: +44(0)7563011916

Medieval Speech Act Society (1)

Medieval Speech Acts
Contact: Eric Bryan
Phone: (314) 915-1020

Medieval Studies Certificate Program, Graduate Center, CUNY (4)

Exchanging Cultures: Anglo-French Relations in the Middle Ages; Devotional Vocabularies; Medieval and Modern Anti-Semitisms; Non-Christian Medievalists Studying the Middle Ages (A Panel Discussion)
Contact: Steven F. Kruger
CUNY, Graduate Center
Medieval Studies Certificate Program
365 5th Ave Room 5113
New York NY 10016
Phone: (212) 817-8761

Medieval Studies Cluster, Northwestern Univ. (2)

The Sacred; The Sinister
Contact: Maeve Callan
Phone: (515) 991-7921

Medieval Studies Institute, Indiana Univ.–Bloomington (2)

Medieval Futura I–II: Then (A Roundtable); Now
Contact: Andrea Whitacre
Indiana Univ–Bloomington
English Dept, 442 Ballantine Hall
Bloomington IN 47405

Medieval Studies Program, Yale Univ. (3)

Constructing Sacred Space; Scripts, Ciphers, Shorthands; Odyssean Figures in the Medieval World
Contact: Gina Hurley

Medieval Studies Workshop, Univ. of Chicago (1)

Time, Affect, and the Medieval
Contact: Samuel Baudinette
Phone: (773) 707-3339

Medieval-Renaissance Faculty Workshop, Univ. of Louisville (4)

Law and Legal Culture in Anglo-Saxon England I–II; The Life and Writings of Archbishop Wulfstan of York; From Timbuktu to Kalamazoo II: Africa and the Medieval Mediterranean
Contact: Andrew Rabin
Univ of Louisville
Dept of English
Louisville KY 40292
Phone: (502) 852-1722

Med-Ren Colloquium, Univ. of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (1)

What Was Medieval Style?
Contact: Taylor Cowdery

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

The Politics of Consumption: Feasting and Fasting in Medieval Iberia [co-sponsored with the Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA)]; As a Practical Matter: Food as Material Culture in the Medieval Community
Contact: John A. Bollweg
314 W Traube Ave
Westmont IL 60559
Phone: (630) 390-6172

Midwest Medieval History Conference (1)

Globalizing the Middle Ages: Pedagogical Choices and Potential Solutions (A Panel Discussion)
Contact: Jessalynn Bird
Saint Mary's College
152 Spes Unica Hall
Notre Dame IN 46556
Phone: (630) 276-9452

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

Monsters I–II: Pills, Poisons, Potions, and Lotions: Marvelous Substances in the Middle Ages and Early Modernity; Toxic Masculinities: Creating, Enforcing and Distorting Ideas of Manliness in the Middle Ages [co-sponsored with Société Rencesvals, American-Canadian Branch]
Contact: Asa Simon Mittman
Phone: (530) 898-6885

Musicology at Kalamazoo (6)

Chant and Liturgy; Notations/Re-notations/Annotations; Emotion and Meaning in Music; Musical Composition, Craft, Performance; Reading Medieval Musical Notation (A Workshop); Chant and Liturgy in the Beneventan Zone [co-sponsored with the Society for Beneventan Studies]
Contact: Anna Kathryn Grau
Phone: (267) 259-2537

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North American Catalan Society (1)

Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Ibero-Medieval Texts and Authors: Papers in Honor of Mark D. Johnston [co-sponsored with the Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA)]
Contact: John A. Bollweg
314 W Traube Ave
Westmont IL 60559
Phone: (630) 390-6172

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Old English Forum, Modern Language Association (1)

Stronger Together: Strategies for Collaboration in Old English Studies (A Roundtable)
Contact: Renee R. Trilling
608 S Wright St
Urbana IL 61801
Phone: (217) 244-5655
Fax: (217) 333-4321

Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft (2)

Forgotten Texts from the Sixteenth Century I–II: Exploration of a Terra Incognita; Charting New Pathways into the Narrative World of the Reformation Era
Contact: Albrecht Classen
Univ of Arizona
Dept of German Studies, 301 LSB
1512 E 1st St
Tucson AZ 85721
Phone: (520) 621-1395
Fax: (520) 626-8268

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Pearl-Poet Society (5)

Is There a Class in this Text? Teaching the Pearl-Poet (A Roundtable); Visual Rhetoric in the Works of the Pearl-Poet; Gender and Engendering in the Works of the Pearl-Poet; Beyond the Codex: Extraliterary Influences on the Texts on the Texts of the Pearl Manuscript; Fifty Shades of Green: Hagiography and Demonology in the Pearl-Poet Corpus
Contact: Benjamin Barootes
Univ of Toronto
Centre for Medieval Studies
125 Queen's Park Crescent
Toronto, ON M5S 1A1

Politicas: The Society for the Study of Political Thought in the Middle Ages (1)

Loci of Cultural and Political Interaction in Medieval Communities, East and West
Contact: Elizabeth McCartney
127 Grove St
Iowa City IA 52246
Phone: (541) 337-4989

Polytheism-Oriented Medievalists of North America (P-OMoNA); Research Group on Manuscript Evidence (1)

Classical Deities in Medieval Northern European Contexts
Contact: Phillip Bernhardt-House

Presbyters in the Late Antique West Project (2)

In the World but Not of the World: The Origins of the Separation of Christian Clergy from Society I–II
Contact: Jerry Szafranowski
Phone: +48606149105

Program in Medieval Studies, Brown Univ. (1)

Medieval Cities
Contact: Mercedes Vaquero
Phone: (401) 455-9892

Program in Medieval Studies, Princeton Univ. (1)

Scribal Cultures across Eurasia
Contact: Sara S. Poor
Princeton Univ
Dept of German
203 E Pyne
Princeton NJ 08544
Phone: (609) 258-7980
Fax: (609) 258-5597

PSALM-Network (Politics, Society and Liturgy in the Middle Ages) (1)

Adaptation and Appropriation: Liturgies for New Power Realities in the Middle Ages
Contact: Paweł Figurski

Pseudo Society (1)

Convenire Vindicibus
Contact: Kavita Mudan Finn
Phone: (781) 214-8238

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

The Cultures of Georgia and Armenia
Contact: Bert Beynen
420 W Woodlawn St
Philadelphia PA 19144-4510
Phone: (267) 286-2317

Rare Book School Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in Critical Bibliography (1)

Critical Bibliography and Premodern Materiality (A Roundtable)
Contact: Megan Cook

Recognition and Enrichment of Archival Documents (READ) (1)

Using Handwritten Text Recognition: An Introduction to Transkribus (A Workshop)
Contact: Tobias Hodel
Phone: +4179 750 70 57

Research Group on Manuscript Evidence (2)

In the Absence of Manuscript Evidence: Considering Lacunae in Manuscript Studies; Animals in Celtic Magical Texts [co-sponsored with Societas Magica]
Contact: Mildred Budny
Research Group on Manuscript Evidence
46 Snowden Ln
Princeton NJ 08540-3916
Phone: (609) 924-9275
Fax: (609) 924-9275

Richard III Society (American Branch) (1)

Fifteenth-Century English Studies
Contact: Candace Gregory-Abbott
Phone: (916) 832-6891

Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research (4)

Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon; Reading between the Lines: Glossed Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts; Pushing the Boundaries: Anglo-Saxon Paleography; Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts and Their Early Modern Readers [co-sponsored with the Institute for Medieval Studies, Univ. of New Mexico]
Contact: Elizabeth Teviotdale

Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association (2)

Reading Materiality and Ornamentation in Early Modern Texts; History and Drama in Medieval and Early Modern Times
Contact: Kristin M. S. Bezio
Phone: (804) 287-6045

Romanian Institute of Orthodox Theology and Spirituality of New York (3)

Remembering Breathing: Technologies of Prayer in Medieval Mysticism I–II; The Medieval Beguines: A Radical Phenomenon of Proto-Feminism
Contact: Alina N. Feld
Phone: (516) 375-8198

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

The NotaSig Project: A New Digital Tool for Documentary Culture (A Workshop)
Contact: Anna Siebach-Larsen

Royal Studies Network (2)

Going Global: Comparative Approaches to Premodern Female Rule on a Global Scale; Ruling Sexualities: Sexuality, Gender, and the Crown
Contact: Zita Eva Rohr
Phone: +61418447226
Fax: +61286161183

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Saga Heritage Foundation (1)

Flateyjarbók: Texts and Contexts
Contact: Alison Finlay
Birkbeck, Univ of London
Dept of English and Humanities
43 Gordon Square
London, England WC1H 0PD
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 7776009271

Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame (1)

Making the Past Modern: Displacement and Transformation in Medieval and Modern Texts (A Workshop)
Contact: Jesalynn Bird
Saint Mary's College
152 Spes Unica Hall
Notre Dame IN 46556
Phone: (630) 276-9452

Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts Project, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (1)

Mapping Manuscript Migrations: Using Linked Data in Provenance Research (A Workshop)
Contact: Emma Cawlfield

Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (2)

Modeling and Visualizing the Physical Construction of Medieval Codices (A Workshop); New Work on Manuscripts in Philadelphia: Coming out of the Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis Project
Contact: Dot Porter
Univ of Pennsylvania
Kislak Center, Van Pelt Library
3420 Walnut St
Philadelphia PA 19104

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

The Nobleman as Knight and the Knight as Nobleman: The Evolving Relationship between Noble and Knightly Status in the Lands of Latin Christendom and Their Social and Ideological Effects, ca. 1050–ca. 1500; The Lady as Lord: The Exercise of Lordship by the Wives, Widows, and Heiresses of Territorial Lords of All Ranks, and the Problems It Presented, ca. 1070–ca. 1500
Contact: D'Arcy Jonathan Dacre Boulton
Phone: (574) 339-0922
Fax: (574) 289-3327

Selden Society (1)

Law as Culture: Substance, Procedure, and Institutions in the Middle Ages
Contact: Alexander Volokh
Phone: (626) 354-4581

Shakespeare at Kalamazoo (3)

Shakespeare's Poems: Pre-Texts, Texts, and Aftertexts; Shakespeare's Queens; Reading of Play Text: Elizabeth I: To Speak or Use Silence (A Performance and Discussion)
Contact: Christina Gutierrez-Dennehy
6 E Terrace Ave, Apt C
Flagstaff AZ 86001
Phone: (951) 237-6210

Societas Johannis Higgensis (1)

"Can These Bones Come to Life?": Insights from Re-construction, Re-enactment, and Re-creation
Contact: Ken Mondschein
Phone: (917) 763-2653

Societas Magica (4)

Feeling the Magic: Affect and Embodiment; Smoke, Stars, and Sacrifice: Magic in the Picatrix; Lettrism as Islamic Kabbalah?; Embedded in the Mainstream: Ritual Magic Incorporated in "Legitimate" Texts [co-sponsored with the Research Group on Manuscript Evidence]
Contact: David Porreca
Univ of Waterloo
Dept of Classical Studies
200 University Ave West
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Phone: (519) 888-4567 x32436

Société Guilhem IX (2)

Beyond the Canso; Thibaut de Champagne and the Troubadours (A Roundtable)
Contact: Mary Franklin-Brown

Société Internationale des Amis de Merlin (SIAM) (1)

Merlin: Evil Wizard, Good Magician, Wise Druid
Contact: Anne Berthelot
150 Krapf Rd
Ashford CT 06278
Phone: (860) 463-7264

Société Rencesvals, American-Canadian Branch (3)

Defamiliarizing Epic; Returning from War: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Loss of Self and Others in Medieval Depictions of Conflict; Loving Your Arms (before the NRA): Heroes and Their Weapons
Contact: Ana Grinberg
Auburn Univ
Dept of English, 9030 Haley Center
Auburn AL 36849-9027
Phone: (619) 244-2260

Society for Beneventan Studies (1)

Script, Culture, and Identity in Southern Italy: (Re-)Defining the Beneventan Zone (A Roundtable)
Contact: Andrew J. M. Irving
Oude Boteringestraat 38
Groningen 9712 GK
The Netherlands
Phone: +31615125108

Society for Emblem Studies (2)

Emblem Studies I–II
Contact: Sabine Moedersheim
Univ of Wisconsin–Madison
Dept of German, Nordic, and Slavic
1220 Linden Dr
Madison WI 53706
Phone: (608) 262-3758

Society for Late Antiquity (3)

Late Antiquity I–III
Contact: Jonathan J. Arnold
Univ of Tulsa
Dept of History
800 S Tucker Dr
Tulsa OK 74104
Phone: (918) 631-3115

Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy (3)

Medieval Philosophy I–III
Contact: John Inglis
Phone: (937) 229-3541
Fax: (937) 229-4400

Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS) (4)

Complicit: White Women and the Project of Empire; Dysphoric Pedagogies: Teaching about Transgender and Intersex in the Middle Ages [co-sponsored with TEAMS (Teaching Association for Medieval Studies)]; Critics Approaches to Medieval Men and Masculinities; Girls to Women, Boys to Men: Gender in Medieval Education and Socialization
Contact: Jessica Barr

Society for Medieval Germanic Studies (SMGS) (3)

New Book Roundtable; Textiles in Medieval Germanic Literatures; New Research in Medieval Germanic Studies
Contact: Evelyn Meyer
Phone: (314) 977-7254

Society for Medieval Languages and Linguistics (1)

Medieval Languages and Linguistics
Contact: Andrew Troup
Phone: (661) 431-3877

Society for Reformation Research (4)

Reformation I–IV: Reformation Strategies: History, Biographic, Polemic; Cross Cultural Connections in the Reformation; Reformation(s) across the Disciplines; Politics, Dissonance, and Resistance in the Long Reformation
Contact: Maureen Thum
Phone: (810) 407-1247

Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies (1)

Scandinavian Studies
Contact: Shaun F. D. Hughes
Purdue Univ
Dept of English
500 Oval Dr
West Lafayette IN 47907-2038
Phone: (765) 497-8175

Society for the Study of Anglo-Saxon Homiletics (SSASH) (1)

Putting Women in the Pulpit:  Women and Preaching (A Roundtable)
Contact: Brandon W. Hawk
Phone: (860) 428-0700

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

Medieval Disability and Pedagogy (A Roundtable); Intersections of Race and Disability in the Global Middle Ages; Medieval Disability and Public Scholarship
Contact: Tory Pearman

Society for the Study of Homosexuality in the Middle Ages (SSHMA) (3)

Queer Medieval Materialities and Material Cultures in the Middle Ages; Nasty Women: Villains, Witches, Rebels in the Middle Ages [co-sponsored with the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS)]; Queer Mentoring (A Roundtable)
Contact: Graham N. Drake
Dept of English
1 College Cir
Geneseo NY 14454
Phone: (585) 245-5273
Fax: (585) 245-5181

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

Thomas Aquinas; Exegesis and Jewish-Christian Relations: In Memory of Michael A. Signer
Contact: Aaron Canty
194 Miami St
Park Forest IL 60466
Phone: (708) 228-5592

Society of the White Hart (4)

Anglo-French Political Culture during the Hundred Years War; Practice of Kingship in Late Medieval England; The Plantagenet Empire; The White Hart Lecture
Contact: Mark Arvanigian

Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture (SASLC) (2)

The Old English Laws; Praecepta Magistri: The Benedictine Rule in Anglo-Saxon England
Contact: Ben Weber
Wheaton College
309 Blanchard Hall
501 President St
Wheaton IL 60187

Spenser at Kalamazoo (3)

Spenser at Kalamazoo I–II; Spenser at Kalamazoo III (A Roundtable on Teaching)
Contact: David Wilson-Okamura
Phone: (252) 758-2585

Standing Committee on Medieval Studies, Harvard Univ. (2)

Recycling, Revision, and Relocation in the Middle Ages; Languages in Contact: Multilingual Medieval Britain
Contact: Hannah Weaver
Phone: (217) 836-7512

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

Disease, Disaster, Disruption, and the Apocalyptic Imagination
Contact: Carolyn Scott
National Cheng Kung Univ
Dept of Foreign Languages and Literature
1 University Rd
Tainan 701
Phone: +11886983710126

Tales after Tolkien Society (2)

The Legacy of Tolkien's Medievalism in Contemporary Works; Afterlives of Medieval Religion in Contemporary Works
Contact: Geoffrey B. Elliott
PO Box 293970
Kerrville TX 78029
Phone: (830) 329-5602

TEAMS (Teaching Association for Medieval Studies) (3)

In Honor of Russell Peck I–II: A Fine Romance or, How Do You Teach Fin'amor and "Courtly Love"; Open Access, from Nascent Web to Needs of Now (A Roundtable); Not Your Advisor's Sourcebook: Obscure Texts, the Secondary Classroom, and College Preparation (Demonstrations and Discussion)
Contact: Joy Ambler
Phone: (585) 749-6443

Technology and Knowledge in the Iberian Peninsula (Thirteenth to Sixteenth Centuries), Univ. de Córdoba (1)

The Scientific and Technical Written Culture: Recipes from the Medieval Iberian Texts
Contact: Javier López Rider

Texas Medieval Association (TEMA) (5)

Patrons of the Franciscans; Rodrigo Jimenez de Rada: Archbishop, Historian, and Warrior; Scriptural Translation in Anglo-Saxon England; Spiritual Disability: Problems with Ecclesiastical Authority and Female Mystical Experience; Spolia in the Mediterranean: The Iberian Peninsula
Contact: Lane Sobehrad
Phone: (254) 541-2406

Thomas Aquinas Society (3)

Thomas Aquinas I–III
Contact: John F. Boyle
Univ of St Thomas
Dept of Catholic Studies 55-S
2115 Summit Ave
St Paul, MN 55105
Phone: (651) 962-5714

Tolkien at Kalamazoo (3)

Tolkien and Medieval Constructions of Race; Tolkien and Temporality: Medieval Constructions of Time; Misappropriation of Tolkien's Medievalism (A Roundtable)
Contact: Christopher T. Vaccaro
Phone: (802) 578-8874

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Univ. Autónoma de Madrid (1)

Archaeology of the Medieval Iberian Peninsula: Another Approach to Its History
Contact: Fernando Valdés Fernández
Univ Autónoma de Madrid
Dept de Prehistoria y Arqueologia, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
Madrid 28049
Phone: +34616923961

Univ. of South Carolina–Aiken (1)

Disability and the Religious Body
Contact: Kyle Joseph Williams
Phone: (770) 378-5610

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Vernacular Devotional Cultures Group (3)

Marguerite Porete and Her Contemporaries; Early Print Culture and the Many Faces of Reform; Vernacular Spiritual Writings: Adaptions and Contexts
Contact: Catherine Annette Grisé
McMaster Univ
Dept of English and Cultural Studies
1280 Main St W
Hamilton, ON L8S 4L9
Phone: (289) 684-3297
Fax: (905) 777-8316

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Women in the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition (WIFIT) (2)

Franciscan Women: Reading, Creating and Interpreting Manuscripts; Visions of Sainthood in Medieval Rome: The Lives of Margherita Colonna by Giovanni Colonna and Stefania, ed. Sean Field and Lezlie Knox, transl. Larry S. Field (Notre Dame: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 2017) (A Roundtable)
Contact: Diane Tomkinson, OSF
Neumann Univ
1 Neumann Dr
Aston PA 19014
Phone: (610) 361-5332
Fax: (610) 358-4525

Special sessions

Ælfrician Texts and Contexts (1)

Contact: Rae Grabowski
Phone: (301) 514-8775

Alfredian Texts and Contexts (1)

Contact: Nicole Guenther Discenza
Univ of South Florida
4202 E Fowler Ave CPR 107
Tampa FL 33620-5550
Phone: (813) 974-1887
Fax: (813) 974-2270

"All Manner of Knightly Games": Games in and Inspired by the Arthurian Tradition (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Tirumular Narayanan
Phone: (925) 698-4863

Augustinian Approaches to Paul: Augustine and/or Other Medieval Authors (1)

Contact: Marianne Djuth
Phone: (716) 876-5102

Beyond Borders and Boundaries in Early England (1)

Contact: Amy W. Clark
330 Wheeler Hall
Berkeley CA 94720
Phone: (617) 981-5044

Beyond Cadfael: Medieval Medicine in Popular Culture (1)

Contact: Lucy Barnhouse
123 1st Ave NW, Apt 1A
Waverly IA 50677
Phone: (484) 818-1665

Beyond the Battlefield: Medieval Literature in Wartime (1)

Contact: Max Ashton
Phone: (770) 789-0393

Body Politics and Bodies Politic (1)

Contact: Lucas Wood
2508 29th St
Lubbock TX 79410
Phone: (443) 257-3003

Body, Mind, and Matter in Medieval Scandinavia I–II: Medieval Norse Self and Personhood; Cognition, Affect, and the Supernatural (2)

Contact: Miriam Mayburd
Boðagrandi 7, 3D
Reykjavik 107

Borderlands: Papers in Advance of the 2021 ISAS Meeting in Nottingham/Leicester (1)

Contact: Philip Shaw
Phone: +44(0)1162525363

Byzantine and Medieval Slavic Theological Aesthetics I–II (2)

Contact: Sean C. Stidd
Wayne State Univ
Dept of Philosophy, Maccabees Bldg, 12th fl
5057 Woodward Ave
Detroit MI 48202
Phone: (734) 330-5123

Byzantine Education (1)

Contact: Nikolas Churik
Phone: (845) 325-2390

Catherine of Siena and the "Others": Muslims, Jews, and Heretics (1)

Contact: Steven J. McMichael
16385 St Francis Lane
Prior Lake MN 55372
Phone: (612) 272-3530

Chaucerians Read Conrad (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Matthew Brumit
Phone: (701) 355-8090

The Cistercian Carta Caritatis (1)

Contact: Joseph Van House
350 Cistercian Rd
Irving TX 75039
Phone: (214) 718-1555

Collaborative Pedagogy in Medieval Studies: A Scaffolded Workshop Series I–IV: Objectives: What Do We Mean When We Talk about Rethinking Our Pedagogy?; Outcomes: What Do We Want Our Students to Gain from Our Teaching?; Structures: What Pedagogical Structures, Experiences, and Assignments Will Best Facilitate Student Learning?; Content: What Materials Best Advance Our Students' Thinking and Learning about the Middle Ages in new Ways? (4)

Contact: Daniel T. Kline
Univ of Alaska–Anchorage
Dept of English
3211 Providence Dr, ADM 101-H
Anchorage AK 99508
Phone: (907) 315-6260
Fax: (907) 786-4383

Concepts and Practices of Performances in Medieval European Culture I; Concepts and Practices of Performances in Medieval European Culture II (A Roundtable) (2)

Contact: Sarah Brazil
Phone: +447378772105

Crisis, Corruption, and Entropy in England, ca. 1250–1450 (1)

Contact: Jack Newman
Phone: +447903349641

Curatorial Discourses on Medieval Art, Past and Present I–II (2)

Contact: Lena Liepe
Linnaeus Univ
Dept of Music and Art
Vaxjo SE-351 95
Phone: +46705781462

Dreams and Visions in a Global Context (1)

Contact: Boyda Johnstone
Phone: (646) 271-5179

Drinking from a Medieval Firehose: Parsing the Poetry of Eustache Deschamps (1)

Contact: Deborah M. Sinnreich-Levi
Phone: (201) 216-5403
Fax: (201) 216-8245

Early English Poetics (1)

Contact: Jennifer A. Lorden
Grinnell College
Dept of English
Mears Cottage, 1213 6th Ave
Grinnell IA 50112

Early Medieval Education (1)

Contact: Sophia D'Ignazio

Edmund, Eadred, and Eadwig: Forgotten or Passed Over Reigns in Tenth-Century England (1)

Contact: Mary Blanchard

Education and Meaning Making in Medieval Romance (1)

Contact: Sarah Rude
203 Mill St
Fairmont WV 26554
Phone: (507) 828-0783

Fashion, Language, and Gender in Medieval Hagiography (1)

Contact: Laura Clark

Finding the Women in the Et Cetera: Doing Women's History with Medieval Documents and Modern Archives (1)

Contact: Yvonne Kathleen Seale
Phone: (585) 245-6440

For Communal Health and the Common Good: Social Control and Political Authority in Late Medieval Towns I–II (2)

Contact: Eugene Smelyansky
Phone: (650) 440-1161

Forging Memory: False Documents and Historical Consciousness in the Middle Ages I–II (2)

Contact: Levi Roach

Forming Character: Between Personhood and the Nonhuman in Medieval Fiction (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Ingrid Nelson

Gender, Circulation, and Re-invention in Medieval French Literature and Lyric (1)

Contact: Rachel May Golden
Univ of Tennessee
School of Music, Natalie L Haslam Bldg
1741 Volunteer Blvd
Knoxville TN 37996

The Green Middle Ages: Developing an Interdisciplinary Approach to Studying the Interaction of Climate, Environment, and Human Communities in Early Medieval France and Italy; Archaeology and Markers of Social Distinction: How to Identify the Elites in Medieval and Early Modern Rural France (2)

Contact: Bailey K. Young
Eastern Illinois Univ
History Dept
600 Lincoln Ave
Charleston IL 61920
Phone: (217) 348-1186
Fax: (217) 581-7233

Hagiography and Historiography (1)

Contact: Jenny C. Bledsoe

A Hands-On Introduction to Islamic Astrolabes (A Workshop) (1)

Contact: Kristine Larsen
Central Connecticut State Univ
Geological Sciences Dept
1615 Stanley St
New Britain CT 06050
Phone: (860) 832-2938

Head, Face, and Body: The Expressive Qualities of Hair in the Middle Ages (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Roberta Milliken
Phone: (740) 351-3550
Fax: (740) 351-3596

Hellscapes and Satan's Chains: Hell and Damnation in Early Medieval Textual and Visual Culture (1)

Contact: Jill Clements

Hiberno-Latin Studies (1)

Contact: Shannon O. Ambrose
Phone: (773) 298-5240

History after Catastrophe (1)

Contact: Jacqueline Burek

The Hundred Years War and European Literary History (1)

Contact: Daniel Davies
Univ of Pennsylvania
Dept of English, Fisher-Bennett, room 127
3340 Walnut St
Philadelphia PA 19104-6273

In a Word, Philology: Etymology, Lexicography, Semantics, and More in Germanic I–II (2)

Contact: Adam Oberlin
Princeton Univ
Dept of German, 203 East Pyne
Princeton NJ 08544
Phone: (404) 319-5297

In Memory of William Calin I–II (2)

Contact: Emerson Storm Fillman Richards
Phone: (407) 462-1608

In Search of the Desert: New Observations on the Late Medieval Revival of the Eremitic Life (1)

Contact: Denva Gallant
Phone: (843) 992-8507

John of Salisbury and His Intellectual Reach (1)

Contact: Deborah Fraioli
Phone: (617) 965-0132

The Justinianic Plague: An Interdisciplinary Discussion (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Lee Mordechai
Univ of Notre Dame
The Medieval Institute, 715 Hesburgh Library
Notre Dame IN 46556
Phone: (609) 356-6375

The Kölbigk Dancers: Texts and Contexts of a Medieval Miracle Story (1)

Contact: Brad Phillis
Phone: (828) 243-4225

Living in the Carolingian World I–II (2)

Contact: Noah Blan

Making Time in Medieval Literature (1)

Contact: Hannah Byland
Phone: (405) 496-3875

Malory Aloud: The Tale of Balyn and Balan (A Performance) (1)

Contact: Alison Harper
57 Ponsbury Rd, Mt Pleasant
Charleston SC 29464
Phone: (595) 360-9059

Manuscript Culture and the Reception of Medieval Literature in Post-Reformation Iceland (1)

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

Mappings I–IV: Pictura et Scriptura on/and Medieval Maps; Skin and Ink: The Materiality of Medieval Maps and Their Codicological Analogues; "Build It and They [Hopefully Won't] Come": Placement and Displacement on Medieval Maps; Seeing What's No Longer There: New Imaging Technologies and Medieval Maps (4)

Contact: Dan Terkla
Phone: (309) 825-0520

Medieval Art as Participatory Agent (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Anne Heath
Hope College
Dept of Art and Art History, PO Box 9000
Holland MI 49422
Phone: (616) 212-5288

Medieval Art History: Are We Post-Theoretical? (1)

Contact: Gerry Guest

Medieval Musical Iconography in the Digital Age: Sorbonne-Columbia FAB Musiconis (A Roundtable Discussion) (1)

Contact: Susan Boynton
Phone: (212) 749-5556

Medieval Popular Culture in the Visual Arts (1)

Contact: Julia Perratore
Fordham Univ
Dept of Art History, LL423
113 W 60th St
New York NY 10023

The Medieval Roots of Tolkien's The Fall of Gondolin (1)

Contact: William Fliss
Marquette Univ
Special Collections and Archives, PO Box 1881
Milwaukee WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-5906
Fax: (414) 288-6709

Medieval Russian Art and Its Western European Connections (1)

Contact: Maria Tarasova
Siberian Federal Univ
Culture Studies Dept, School for the Humanites
82a Svobodny Ave
Krasnoyarsk 660041

Medieval Sacramental Theology: The Systematic Treatment of the Doctrine; The Church's Medieval Liturgy: Lex Credendi, Lex Orandi, Lex Vivendi, Lex Aedificandi (2)

Contact: Richard A. Nicholas
Univ of St Francis
500 Wilcox St
Joliet IL 60435
Phone: (815) 740-3522
Fax: (815) 740-4285

Medieval Song, Verse and Versification in Tolkien's Works (1)

Contact: Annie Brust
Phone: (216) 835-1709
Fax: (216) 835-1709

The Medieval Tradition of Natural Law: War and Peace in Medieval Thought I–II (2)

Contact: Harvey Brown
Phone: (519) 672-0653

Mise-en-page in Early Medieval Manuscripts (1)

Contact: Bruce Gilchrist
Concordia Univ
Dept of English
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd W
Montréal, QC H3G 1M8

Mit Manigir Slachti Wunnin: The Politics of Pleasure in the Holy Roman Empire (1)

Contact: Luke Fidler
Univ of Chicago
Dept of Art History
5540 S Greenwood Ave
Chicago IL 60637
Phone: (206) 484-4009

More Fuss about the Body: New Medievalists' Perspectives (1)

Contact: Stephanie Grace-Petinos
Phone: (609) 902-0030

More "Lesser" Arthuriana (1)

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

Moving Images: The Badge in Medieval Christendom (1)

Contact: Amy Jeffs
Phone: +447815172057

New Approaches to Medieval Bureaucracies (A Roundtable); Richard fitzNigel's Dialogue of the Exchequer: Literary, Economic, Political, and Spiritual Approaches (2)

Contact: Danielle Bradley
9661 Marquette St NW
Concord NC 28027
Phone: (860) 819-5384

New Directions in Carolingian and Ottonian Art History: Assessing the Field I–II (2)

Contact: Eliza Garrison
Phone: (802) 443-5296

New Research in Parish Church Art and Architecture in England and on the Continent (1100–1600) I–III (3)

Contact: Sarah Blick
Kenyon College
Art History, Gund Gallery
Gambier OH 43022
Phone: (740) 392-2507

Nineteenth-Century Medievalism(s) (1)

Contact: Robert Sirabian
Phone: (715) 281-9234

Non-Christian Minorities in High Medieval Castile: Beyond Traditional Written Sources (1)

Contact: Scott de Brestian
Central Michigan Univ
Dept of Art and Design
1202 S Washington St
Mt Pleasant MI 48858
Phone: (330) 317-3467
Fax: (989) 774-2278

Old Wine in New Bottles: Pedagogy and Performances of Medieval and Ancient Languages (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: David Carlton
Phone: (519) 282-3790

Open Educational Resources for Medieval Studies; Confluence of Religious Cultures in Medieval Spanish Historiography: A Digital Humanities Project (2)

Contact: David Wacks
Phone: (541) 206-8874

Original Medievalist Poetry: Approaches, Types, Examples (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Jane Chance
109 Dennis St
Houston TX 77006-1523
Phone: (409) 763-6066

Papers by Undergraduates I–II (2)

Contact: Marcia Marzec
Phone: (815) 723-1763
Fax: (815) 740-4285

Papers in Honor of Richard Ring (1)

Contact: Mary D. Edwards
Phone: (646) 709-9596

Penda's Fen (1973) (A Screening) (1)

Contact: Tom White
Univ of Oxford
Faculty of English Langauge & Literature, St Cross Bldg
Manor Road
Oxford, England OX1 3UL
United Kingdom
Phone: +447792840573

Periodization I: Do We Need It? (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Katherine Little
Phone: (303) 735-5068
Fax: (303) 492-8904

Periodization II: What Can We Do about It? (1)

Contact: Eric Weiskott
Boston College
Stokes Hall South 4th fl
140 Commonwealth Ave
Chestnut Hill MA 02467
Phone: (617) 552-3718

Pets in the Middle Ages: Love Between People and Animals I–II (2)

Contact: Albrecht Classen
2413 E 4th St
Tucson AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 327-7609
Fax: (520) 626-8268

Philosophical Themes and Issues in Malory's World; The Five Senses in Malory's World; Distance in Malory's World (3)

Contact: Felicia Nimue Ackerman
Brown Univ
Dept of Philosophy/Box 1918
45 Prospect St
Providence RI 02912
Phone: (401) 863-3240
Fax: (401) 863-2719 attn: FNA

Playing the Past: Race, Gender, and Heroism in Gaming (A Roundtable) (1)

Contact: Ali Frauman
Phone: (717) 682-0214

The Provincial Aristocratic Household in Late Medieval England (1)

Contact: Benjamin S. W. Barootes
Univ of Toronto
Centre for Medieval Studies
125 Queen's Park Crescent, 3rd fl
Toronto, ON M5S 1A1

Race, Racism, and Whiteness in Old English Studies (1)

Contact: Daniel Remein
Phone: (440) 724-9679

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

Contact: Tamara Bentley Caudill
Jacksonville Univ
2800 University Blvd N
Jacksonville FL 32211
Phone: (859) 749-7320

Reading Aloud the French of England (A Workshop) (1)

Contact: Laurie Postlewate
Barnard College
3009 Broadway
New York NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-2053

Reconceptualizing the Musical Conceptualizations of the Middle Ages (1)

Contact: Stefano Mengozzi

Re-defining the Monster; Visualizing Women in the Apocrypha (2)

Contact: Andrea-Bianka Znorovszky
Phone: +40723834322

Representations of Pilgrimage in Late Medieval Literature (1)

Contact: Susan Dunn-Hensley
501 College Ave
Wheaton IL 60187
Phone: (785) 865-8524

Rethinking Renaissance Romance: Narratives of Non-Violence (1)

Contact: Will Eggers
The Loomis Chaffee School
4 Batchelder Rd
Windsor CT 06095
Phone: (860) 687-6109

Le Roman de Troie and Its Traditions; Le Roman de Troie and Its Afterlives (2)

Contact: Tamara O'Callaghan
Northern Kentucky Univ
English Dept, Landrum 500
Highland Heights KY 41099
Phone: (859) 572-6977

Rosemary Woolf and The English Religious Lyric in the Middle Ages: Fiftieth Anniversary (1)

Contact: Ann E. Killian

Sacred Comedy in Medieval Culture (1)

Contact: Emma Maggie Solberg
Bowdoin College
Dept of English, Mass Hall
Brunswick ME 04011
Phone: (207) 725-3058
Fax: (207) 725-3764

Studies in the Hêliand (1)

Contact: David Eugene Clark
Phone: (509) 270-3778

A Tale of Two Cities: The Legacy of Medieval Kingship in Palermo and Naples (1)

Contact: Antonino Tranchina
Via Gregoriana 28
Roma 00187
Phone: +393474761351
Fax: +390669993333

Translating Back: Vernacular Sources and Prestige Language Adaptations (1)

Contact: Marian Homans-Turnbull

Vices and Virtues: Gender, Subversion, and Moralizing Discourses (1)

Contact: Jacob Doss
Phone: (479) 236-9757

Visualizing Gothic: Social and Spatial Contexts (1)

Contact: Noah Smith
Phone: +447378839195

Visualizing Identity in the Middle Ages: Coins, Seals, and Material Culture (1)

Contact: Susan Solway
790 Sheridan Rd
Glencoe IL 60022
Phone: (847) 431-1481

Women and Rulership in the Medieval Mediterranean (1)

Contact: Samantha Summers
Phone: (647) 972-7470

Women Writing Letters: Compare and Contrast (1)

Contact: Joel Rosenthal
Stony Brook Univ
Dept of History
Stony Brook NY 11794-4348
Fax: (631) 473-4805

Wounds Visible and Invisible in Late Medieval Christianity (1)

Contact: Hannah Kirby Wood
360 Ossington Ave
Toronto, ON M6J 3A5
Phone: (519) 209-5139