The exhibits hall of the International Congress on Medieval Studies hosted by Western Michigan University boasts more than 70 exhibitors, including publishers, used book dealers and purveyors of medieval sundries.
- Thursday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
- Sunday, 8 a.m. to noon
(as of February 8)
- Ada Books
- Allen G. Berman, Professional Numismatist
- Amber Elegance
- Baker Academic & Brazos Press
- Bloomsbury Academic
- Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
- Boydell & Brewer
- Broadview Press
- Cambridge University Press
- Carved Strings
- Catholic University of America Press
- Chancery Hill Books and Antiques
- Chaucer Studio
- Cistercian Publications
- Cornell University Press
- D'Art Francisca
- De Gruyter
- Destrier Books
- Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library
- Facsimile Finder
- Franciscan Institute Publications
- Garrylee McCormick
- Goliardic Society
- Hackenberg Booksellers ABAA
- Hackett Publishing Company
- Institute for Viking and North Atlantic Studies
- ISD, Brepols, Peeters
- Kazoo Books
- Lexington Books
- M. Moleiro Editor S.A.
- Mackus Co. Illuminated Manuscripts
- Manchester University Press
- Medieval Academy of America
- Medieval Institute Publications
- Monks' Bread
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Pen to Press
- Penn State University Press
- Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
- Powell's Bookstore
- SALVI – North American Institute for Living Latin Studies
- Scholar's Choice
- Sixteenth Century Journal Book Review Office
- Société des Bollandistes
- Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching
- University of Chicago
- University of Michigan Press
- University of Notre Dame Press
- University of Pennsylvania Press
- University of Toronto Press
Those who have leased space in the exhibits hall may make a reservation for an event at the congress. The deadline for submission is November 30.
The online Exhibitor-Sponsored Event Reservation Form for the 55th Congress (May 7-10, 2020) will be available in July.
Those who request beverage and/or food service are contacted by the assigned caterer after the congress schedule is finalized, and payment is required in advance of the congress.
Food and beverages (including, but not limited to, alcoholic beverages) consumed at congress events on the WMU campus must be provided by WMU Catering, Fetzer Center Catering, or the Medieval Institute. Food and beverages purchased from outside vendors may not be brought into congress meeting rooms in the Goldsworth Valley residence halls, the Bernhard Center, or the Fetzer Center at any time. Should food or drink purchased outside of the Fetzer Center be brought into the Fetzer Center, it will be confiscated and left at the front desk for pick up upon departure from the building.