The Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University maintains a mailing list of those interested in its programs, including the International Congress on Medieval Studies.
Updating your information
Please let us know if you change your address or you would like to be added to the mailing list. Please keep in mind that all U.S. postal addresses include either a street address or a P.O. Box number.
The Medieval Institute is committed to respecting and preserving the privacy of all attendees of the International Congress on Medieval Studies. We share your concerns for privacy, and we recognize our responsibility to make sure information you provide to us is not abused. Our purpose in collecting information is to prepare for the Congress and further conduct the business of the Medieval Institute. We also gather general statistical information to monitor and improve the services we provide.
Choosing to opt-out
You may choose to opt-out of receiving mailings from the Medieval Institute. To do so, contact us with your request.
The Medieval Institute sends Congress programs to all United States recipients on its active mailing list in February and early March via USPS bulk mail. International mailing of programs is limited to individuals participating in the Congress that year. For international mailing (including Canada), the Medieval Institute uses a mail service that carries the program by air mail to the country of delivery and then deposits it in the country's system.
Please note that in-person attendees registering after Apr. 15 and international attendees who did not receive a program in the mail will be able to pick up a copy of the printed program on site. The program is also available for download as a PDF.
Announcement of the call for papers
A postcard announcing the call for papers for the following year's Congress is mailed in July to everyone on the Medieval Institute's active mailing list.