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International
Medieval
Congress 2015 –
Academic
Programme
6-9 July 2015
Last updated: 04 July 2015,
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MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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KEYNOTE ONLY - Great Hall
KEYNOTE LECTURES 2015:
BEYOND NATIONAL NARRATIVES: CULTURE, STATES, AND REFRAMING
‘GREGORIAN’ REFORM (LANGUAGE: ENGLISH)
SPACES OF REFORM?: URBAN RENEWAL AND THE SHAPING OF CITIES IN
MEDIEVAL EUROPE (LANGUAGE: ENGLISH)
Beyond National Narratives: Culture, States, and Reframing ‘Gregorian’
Reform
Although some exciting new models for understanding reform in the
11th and 12th centuries have emerged recently, a new overarching
narrative is badly needed. The interpretations of this critical period of
renewal proffered in university-level textbooks across European
linguistic communities still tend to access the significance of reform in
the context of national narratives. While this is understandable in
pedagogical environments that value history mostly for its utility in
producing good citizens, continuing to accept this framing neither
serves our students - who realistically perceive themselves as global,
as much as national, citizens - nor innovative scholarship. What might
constitute an assessment of the significance of the so-called ‘Gregorian’
reform beyond the context of nations?
Drawing upon research in the textual and material sources of the
secular clergy, this lecture sketches two possibilities. It argues that the
significance of the intense reform efforts of the late 11th and early 12th
centuries lies chiefly in the creation of a European-wide clerical culture
and of new forms of territorially complex states.
Spaces of Reform?: Urban Renewal and the Shaping of Cities in
Medieval Europe
The lecture explores ‘reform’ by thinking through its spatial dimensions
and its manifestation in the material renewal of urban fabric in
medieval cities across Europe. The aim is to use ‘reform’ broadly as a
way of conceptualising processes of urban renewal, looking especially
at how the shaping of cities in medieval Europe reflected a desire to
improve, to in effect modernise, them through efforts to design and
plan new urban landscapes. Such reform in urban fabric often went
hand in hand with other expressions of local urban ‘reform’, in political,
cultural, and economic aspects of urban life in the Middle Ages. To
examine this, the lecture draws from examples of urban renewal from
across Europe, spanning the period 1100-1400, and adopts a crossdisciplinary approach, combining ideas and techniques from a range of
subjects, including geography, archaeology, and history. While looking
at ‘spaces of reform’ opens up new ways of thinking about the medieval
city, specifically, it also offers scope to reflect more broadly on the
nature of cultural change in Europe during the Middle Ages, and the
process of reform itself.
Please note that admission to this event will be on a first-come, firstserved basis as there will be no tickets for the event. Please ensure
that you arrive as early as possible to avoid disappointment. The room
will open 15 minutes before the beginning of the lectures.
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AGE OF BEDE, I: MATERIAL CULTURE
Bedenet.com
Peter Darby, Department of History, University of Nottingham and
Máirín Mac Carron, Department of History, National University of
Ireland, Galway
Peter Darby
Water and Oil: Baptism in the Age of Bede (Language: English)
Carolyn Twomey, Department of History, Boston College,
Massachusetts
Imagining the Visual: Presenting a Role for Images in the Age
of Bede (Language: English)
Jane Hawkes, Department of History of Art, University of York
Exegetes and Art Historians: Visualizing the Sacred in the
Medieval World and the Modern Mind (Language: English)
Meg Boulton, Department of History of Art, University of York
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NEW APPROACHES TO SCULPTURAL ICONOGRAPHY
IMC Programming Committee,
Wendelien A. W. van Welie-Vink, Departement Kunst-, religie- en
cultuurwetenschappen, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Ad imitationem episcopi: St Honoré as a Model of Episcopal
Action in the 13th-Century Sculpture of Amiens Cathedral
(Language: English)
Lindsey Hansen, Department of the History of Art, Indiana University,
Bloomington
Horse and a Groom to Aid the Queen: Secular Figures at the
Goldene Rössl (Language: English)
Dafna Nissim, Department of History of Art, Ben-Gurion University of
the Negev, Beer Sheva
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THE CHURCH IN ITS SETTING: CASE STUDIES
IMC Programming Committee,
Paulette Barton, Department of Modern Languages & Classics,
University of Maine, Orono
‘Pilgrim Armature’: Transformations in the Architecture of
Mount Sinai under the Imperial Influence in Justinian’s Time
(Language: English)
Zina Uzdenskaya, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
Seeing is Believing: Church Visibility and the Genesis of a New
Religious Landscape in 11th- and 12th-Century England
(Language: English)
Christine Bertoglio, Department of History, Boston College,
Massachusetts
The Representation of Noah’s Ark in Monreale Cathedral in Sicily
(Language: English)
Mika Takiguchi, School of Commerce, Meiji University, Tokyo
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
DYNASTICISM IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN EUROPE AND BEYOND, I
European Research Council Project ‘The Jagiellonians: Dynasty,
Memory & Identity in Central Europe’, University of Oxford
Ilya Afanasyev, Faculty of History, University of Oxford and Natalia M.
Nowakowska, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Paul Knoll, Department of History, University of Southern California,
Los Angeles
Investigating Jagiellonian Dynasticism (Language: English)
Natalia M. Nowakowska
Maximizing Dynastic Capital: The Employment of Nephews in
Dynastic Offices in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1550-1625
(Language: English)
Liesbeth Geevers, Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit
Leiden
Regis, Challant, Savoy: Three Late Renaissance Alpine Dynasties
(Language: English)
Matthew Vester, Department of History, West Virginia University
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PRAYER, PIETY, AND THE PATERNOSTER
Midlands3Cities
Melanie Peters-Turner, Department of English Literature, University of
Birmingham / University of Law, Guildford
Rob Lutton, Department of History, University of Nottingham
The Lollard Paternoster: Reforming or Renewing Contemporary
Thinking (Language: English)
Anna Edith Gottschall, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Patterns and Promises: Praying the Paternoster in the Painted
Church (Language: English)
Miriam Gill, Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of
Leicester
Piety and Paternosters: Prayer Beads in Medieval Yorkshire
Wills (Language: English)
Melanie Peters-Turner
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Baines Wing: Room G.36
ANIMALS AND SOUND
Medieval Animal Data-Network (MAD), Central European University,
Budapest
Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Ingrid Matschinegg, Institut für Realienkunde, Universität Salzburg,
Krems
‘What Does the Horse Say?’: The Narrative Function of the
Horse’s Noise in Middle High German Literature (Language:
English)
Anna-Theresa Kölczer, LOEWE-Schwerpunkt ‘Tier-Mensch-Gesellschaft’,
Universität Kassel
The Singing Bones (Language: English)
Alice Choyke, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
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MODELS OF AUTHORITY IN SCOTTISH CHARTERS, C. 1100 - C. 1250, I:
INTRODUCING SCOTTISH CHARTERS
Arts & Humanities Research Council Project ‘Models of Authority:
Scottish Charters & the Emergence of Government 1100-1250’
Dauvit Broun, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Alice Taylor, Department of History, King’s College London
Introducing the Models of Authority Project: Scottish Charters,
c. 1100 - c. 1250 (Language: English)
Dauvit Broun
Scotland’s Earliest Cartularies (Language: English)
Joanna Tucker, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Standardisation of the Diplomatic in Scottish Royal Acts down to
1249 (Language: English)
John Reuben Davies, School of Humanities (History), University of
Glasgow
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Baines Wing: Room G.37
MEDICINE OF WORDS: LITERATURE, MEDICINE, AND THEOLOGY IN THE
MIDDLE AGES
University of Oxford
Daniel McCann, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford
Kathleen Walker-Meikle, Consortium of European Research Libraries,
London
Framing Medicine: The Form and Function of Verse Prefaces in
Middle English Medical Tracts (Language: English)
Jessica Henderson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
‘You want me to send you spiritual consolation [ . . .] but I send
you my afflictions’: Feeling and Devotion in the Anglo-Norman
Treatise Le Miroir pur bien vivre (Language: English)
Catherine J. Batt, School of English, University of Leeds
Medicine of Words: Purgative Reading in Richard Rolle
(Language: English)
Daniel McCann
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Baines Wing: Room 1.13
SUPPLICATORY CULTURES, I: PETITIONS AND LEGAL STRATEGY IN
MEDIEVAL BRITAIN
Matthew Phillips, School of History, University of Leicester and Thomas
William Smith, Abteilung für Griechische und Lateinische Philologie,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Thomas William Smith
The Origins of the Earliest Vernacular Petitions to the English
Royal Administration (Language: English)
Helen K. S. Killick, ICMA Centre, University of Reading
A Tale of Two Abbots: How the Abbots of Arbroath and Jedburgh
Petitioned for the Recovery of their English Churches in 1328
(Language: English)
Shelagh A. Sneddon, Department of History, University of York
Supplications and Litigation Strategies (Language: English)
Anthony Musson, Centre for Legal History Research, University of
Exeter
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Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
THE ART OF GENERALSHIP: LATE ANTIQUE, BYZANTINE, AND CHINESE
IDEALS, I - LATE ANTIQUE IDEALS
Cardiff Centre for Late Antique Religion & Culture, Cardiff University
Shaun Tougher, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Shaun Tougher
The Rhetoric of Generalship in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Doug Lee, Department of Classics, University of Nottingham
Ammianus’s Art of Generalship: How an Emperor Should
Perform in Combat (Language: English)
Conor Whately, Department of Classics, University of Winnipeg
(Re)Forming Leaders in Late Roman Military Manuals and
Monastic Rules: A Comparative Study (Language: English)
Jamie Wood, School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
PATRIMONIAL STRATEGIES AND ROYAL CHARTERS: POLITICAL ACTION OF
KINGS AND MAGNATES IN THE KINGDOM OF ITALY, 888-945
Giovanni Isabella, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, Università di
Bologna
Roberta Cimino, Department of History, University of Nottingham
A Marriage, a Battle, an ‘Honour’: The Aristocratic Career of
Boniface of Hucpoldings during Rudolf II’s Italian Reign, 924926 (Language: English)
Edoardo Manarini, Dipartimento di Storia, Università degli Studi di
Torino
King, Bishops, and Canons: Political and Patrimonial Action of
King Hugh of Arles, 926-945 (Language: English)
Giacomo Vignodelli, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, Università di
Bologna
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PERSONAL NAMES AND SOCIAL IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Research Group ‘Nomen et Gens’
Steffen Patzold, Fachbereich Geschichtswissenschaft, Seminar für
mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
Steffen Patzold
Local Identities: Names and Documents in the Early Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Daniela Fruscione, Institut für Rechtsgeschichte, Goethe-Universität,
Frankfurt am Main
Linguistic Assimilation and Hybridisation of Germanic Personal
Names in 9th-Century Île-de France (Language: English)
Wolfgang Haubrichs, Fachbereich Germanistik, Universität des
Saarlandes, Saarbrücken
The Motives for Name Giving in 9th-Century Île-de-France: A
Comparison of Different Social Groups (Language: English)
Hans-Werner Goetz, Historisches Seminar, Universität Hamburg
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University House: Little Woodhouse Room
NETWORK FOR THE STUDY OF CAROLINE MINUSCULE, I: THE CAROLINGIAN
ERA
Network for the Study of Caroline Minuscule
Anna Dorofeeva, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and
Zachary Guiliano, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Zachary Guiliano
Through Bischoff’s Katalog: Origins, Codicological Features, and
Textual Typologies of 9th-Century Manuscripts (Language:
English)
Laura Pani, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università degli Studi di
Udine
Reforging a Carolingian Manuscript: The Reworking of
Heidelberg Pal. lat. 864 and the Origin of the ‘Carolingian
Recension’ of Gregory of Tours’s Historiae (Language: English)
Alessandro Gnasso, School of History, Classics & Archaeology,
University of Edinburgh
The Writing of Greek in the 9th Century: The Example of the
Latin Glossary Manuscript Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek,
Clm 14388 (Language: English)
Anna Dorofeeva
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University House: St George Room
REFORMS OR RENEWALS?: APPROACHES TO CHANGE IN MEDIEVAL
MONASTICISM, I
IMC Programming Committee,
Jörg Sonntag, Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig /
Technische Universität, Dresden
La réforme monastique du Xe siècle vue de Saint-Géraud
d’Aurillac (Cantal, France) (Language: Français)
Sébastien Fray, Centre d’Histoire Espaces et Cultures, Université Blaise
Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand II
The Renewal of the Church with Military Orders in Bologna,
Italy: Templars, Knights of the Blessed Virgin Mary, CrossBearers (Language: English)
Giampiero Bagni, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent
University
Being ‘Fit to Preach’: The Disappearance of Disability in
Monastic Reform Movements (Language: English)
Irina Metzler, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research (MEMO),
Swansea University / ‘Homo debilis’ Projekt, Universität Bremen
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Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
REFORM AND RENEWAL OF IDEAS IN EARLY AND HIGH MEDIEVAL TEXTS
Núcleo de Estudos Mediterrânicos (NEMED), Universidade Federal do
Paraná
Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto, School of History, University of Leeds /
Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES)
Dimitri Tarat, Department of General History, Ben-Gurion University of
the Negev, Beer Sheva
Disputatio de Rhetorica et Virtutibus: A Mirror for Charlemagne
or the Tranformation of a Genre? (Language: English)
Artur Costrino, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York /
Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES)
Reform, Renewal, or a Non-Event?: Medieval Understandings of
Christianisation in a Comparative Perspective (Language: English)
Asya Bereznyak, Department of History, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Reform and Renewal in Rodulfus Glaber’s Histories (Language:
English)
Bruna Giovana Bengozi, Departamento de História / Laboratório de
Estudos Medievais (LEME), Universidade de São Paulo
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REFORMING FAITH AND CHARITY: CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS IN THE
LATER MIDDLE AGES
Erzbistum Paderborn
Arnold Otto, Erzbischöfliches Generalvikariat Erzbistumsarchiv,
Paderborn
Marie van Eeckenrode, Faculté de Philosophie, Arts et Lettres,
Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
Shooting, Charity, and Prayer: The Double Foundation of
Shooting Guilds (Language: English)
Reinhard Kurek, Universität Paderborn
How to Die as a Stranger: The Social Function of Burial
Fraternities (Language: English)
Arnold Otto
Reforming with Cassiodorus: A 15th-Century Manuscript and the
Bursfelde Congregation (Language: English)
Hermann-Josef Schmalor, Erzbischöfliche Akademische Bibliothek,
Paderborn
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NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS, I: OLD NUNS, NEW
NARRATIVES
The Journal of Medieval Monastic Studies (JMMS) / History of Women
Religious of Britain & Ireland Network (H-WBRI)
Kimm Curran, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow and
Kirsty Day, School of History, University of Leeds
Kimm Curran
Going Back to the Start: Creating Inclusive Histories of the Early
Franciscan Order (Language: English)
Kirsty Day
Modern and Contemporary Historiography within the Orders:
Friars and Nuns on Medieval Iberian Clarissan Convents
(Language: English)
Araceli Rosillo Luque, Departament d’Història Medieval, Paleografia i
Diplomàtica, Universitat de Barcelona
‘Hearing is Believing’ Revisited: Female Monastic Church Space
and Sound (Language: English)
Michaela Zöschg, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
REVIVAL AND RENEWAL: NEW USES FOR OLD STORIES AND PATTERNS IN
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THE 18 , 19 , AND 20 CENTURIES
Centre for Nordic Studies, University of the Highlands & Islands
Victoria Whitworth, Centre for Nordic Studies, University of the
Highlands & Islands, Orkney
Farah Mendlesohn, Department of English & Media, Anglia Ruskin
University
‘It is not in my book of the Morte d’Arthur’: Florence Converse’s
Sir Launcelot (Language: English)
Paul Hardwick, Department of English, Leeds Trinity University
Arthur on the Cheap: Street Literature and the 19th-Century
Arthurian Revival (Language: English)
Kate Lister, Department of English, Leeds Trinity University
Death, Memory, and George Bain’s Commemorative Renewing of
the Book of Kells (Language: English)
Victoria Whitworth
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
RISK, REWARD, AND TRUST: THE DYNAMICS OF THE RISKY VENTURE IN
MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Steven Biddlecombe, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent
University
Nicholas E. Morton, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent
University
The First Crusade as a ‘Risky Venture’ (Language: English)
Steven Biddlecombe
Sin, Reform, and Episcopal Charisma: Ranulf Flambard’s
Credentials as a Reformer (Language: English)
William M. Aird, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, University of
Edinburgh
Gerard of Furnival: Reaping Rewards from Crusading (Language:
English)
James Doherty, School of Humanities, University of Bristol
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Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
MEMORY, IDENTITY, AND RENEWAL IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES: THE
FRANCISCANS OF MOUNT ZION IN JERUSALEM AND THE REPRESENTATION OF
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THE HOLY LAND, 14 -16 CENTURIES
Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NOW)
Michele Campopiano, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York /
Capaciteitsgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Cultural Memory and Cultural Identities in the Late Middle Ages:
Franciscan Descriptions of the Holy Land between
Historiography, Ethnography, Geography, and Cosmography, c.
1300-1530 (Language: English)
Michele Campopiano
Custodians of Sacred Space: Franciscan Views on the Sacred
Geography of the Holy Land from c. 1480 Onwards (Language:
English)
Marianne Ritsema van Eck, Capaciteitsgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit
van Amsterdam
Interacting with the ‘Other’ in Ritual: Franciscans and
‘Syrians’/’Jacobites’ at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
(Language: English)
Valentina Covaci, Capaciteitsgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit van
Amsterdam
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ENDOWMENTS, RENEWAL, AND REFORM, I: INTERNAL RENEWAL
European Research Council Project ‘FOUNDMED - Foundations in
Medieval Societies: Cross-Cultural Comparisons’
Zachary Chitwood, European Research Council Project ‘FOUNDMED Foundations in Medieval Societies: Cross-Cultural Comparisons’,
Humboldt Universität, Berlin
Zachary Chitwood
Neglecting the Founder’s Stipulations: Strategies to Legitimize
the Internal Renewal of Religious Foundations (Language:
English)
Tillmann Lohse, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt
Universität, Berlin
Changes in the Royal Endowments of Medieval India (Language:
English)
Annette Schmiedchen, Seminar für Indologie, Martin-LutherUniversität, Halle-Wittenberg
Reform or Refounding?: Endowing Roman Diaconiae (Language:
English)
Philipp Winterhager, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, HumboldtUniversität, Berlin
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MYSTICISM, FUNDAMENTALISM, SATANISM: RENEWALS WITHIN (EXTREME)
RELIGIOUS GROUPS
Universität Salzburg
Manuel Schwembacher, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für
Mittelalterstudien (IZMS), Universität Salzburg
Manuel Schwembacher
Orgies and Satanist Sects (Language: English)
Christa Agnes Tuczay, Institut für Germanistik, Universität Wien /
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaft, Wien
The Conflict of the ‘Innovations’ in the Orthodox Church after
the Interregnum in Russia (Language: English)
Ursula Bieber, Fachbereich Slawistik, Universität Salzburg
Mattsee Regional Court: Territorial Re-Organisation of an
Ecclesiastical Principality (Language: English)
Wolfgang Neuper, Archiv der Erzdiözese Salzburg
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POLITICAL REFORM IN THE LATE MEDIEVAL WORLD
IMC Programming Committee,
Balázs Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
The Restoration of the Hafsid Dynasty, 1370-1488: Recovering
from Fragmentation (Language: English)
Sébastien Garnier, European Research Council Project ‘Imperial
Government & Authority in Medieval Western Islam’ (UMR 5648) /
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris
Failure or Renewal?: Tsar Boril, 1207-1218 - The Reorganization
of Bulgaria and Its Relations with the Latin Empire of
Constantinople (Language: English)
Francesco Dall’Aglio, Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Storici, Napoli
Auxiliary Peoples and Military Reform by Hungary’s Western
Frontier in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Sarolta Tatár, Department of Social History, Pázmány Péter Catholic
University, Budapest
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GREGORIAN REFORM / ECCLESIASTICAL REFORM: ITALIAN PERSPECTIVES
ON HISTORIOGRAPHICAL TRADITIONS IN DIALOGUE
National Endowment for the Humanities / American Academy, Rome
Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri, Dipartimento di Scienze della
Comunicazione e Discipline Umanistiche, Università degli Studi di
Urbino ‘Carlo Bo’
John Howe, Department of History, Texas Tech University
The Origin and Present Uses of the Concept of ‘Gregorian
Reform’ (Language: English)
Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri
Shared Symbols, Individual Meanings: Giovanni Miccoli on the
Hermeneutical Diversity and Dynamism of Thought among the
‘Gregorians’ (Language: English)
William L. North, Department of History, Carleton College, Minnesota
The Reform of the Church in the 11th Century: A Concept That
Belongs in the Plural (Language: English)
Umberto Longo, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Religioni, Università
degli Studi di Roma ‘La Sapienza’
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TEXTS AND IDENTITIES, I: TRANSFORMATION AND CONSOLIDATION EPISCOPAL IDENTITY IN LATE ANTIQUITY
Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der
Wissenschaften, Wien / Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies,
Universiteit Utrecht / Faculty of History, University of Cambridge /
Sonderforschungsbereich 42 ‘Visions of Community’, Wien
Rutger Kramer, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien and Ingrid Rembold, Faculty of
History, University of Cambridge
Stefan Esders, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
Exhortations for Orthodoxy: Bishops and the Construction of
Religious and Roman Identity in Southern Gaul (Language:
English)
Merle Eisenberg, Department of History, Princeton University
Dust to Dust?: The Theme of Bodily Resurrection and Its
Significance for Saints’ Cults and the Veneration of Relics in
Gregory of Tours (Language: English)
Pia Bockius, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
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ARTISTIC PRACTICE: BETWEEN TRADITION AND RENEWAL
IMC Programming Committee,
Louise Bourdua, Department of the History of Art, University of
Warwick
The Farfa Phoenix: Art, Reform, and Conflict in an Italian
Monastery in the 11th Century (Language: English)
Charles McClendon, Department of Fine Arts, Brandeis University,
Massachusetts
Early Irish Art’s Second Golden Age (Language: English)
Michael N. Brennan, Trinity Irish Art Research Centre (TRIARC), Trinity
College Dublin
Single-Leaf Woodcuts of the Relics: A New Practice and a
Renewal of Devotion (Language: English)
Flavia Galli Tatsch, Departamento de História da Arte, Universidade
Federal de São Paulo
Change and Continuity in Medieval Church Decoration in Livonia
(Language: English)
Anneli Randla, Department of Conservation, Estonian Academy of Arts,
Tallinn
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HISTORIOGRAPHERS’ VIEWS ON REFORM AND RENEWAL
IMC Programming Committee,
Benjamin Pohl, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Church Reforms in Central Italian Monastic Chronicles
(Language: English)
Lari Ahokas, Department of Philosophy, History, Culture & Art Studies,
University of Helsinki
Henry II and Wace: Historiography, Memory, and the Politics of
Reform (Language: English)
Charity Urbanski, Department of History, University of Washington
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‘MAKE IT NEW’: STORY-TELLING AND IDENTITY IN OLD AND MIDDLE
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Katie Long, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Heinrich-HeineUniversität Düsseldorf
Katie Long
Renewing the Vita Sancti Cuthberti: Telling the Story of a
Reformed Identity (Language: English)
Irena Berovic, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Heinrich-HeineUniversität Düsseldorf
Transformation as Renewal: Story-telling in Ælfric’s Saints’
Lives (Language: English)
Janine van Drünen, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, HeinrichHeine-Universität Düsseldorf
Aesthetics of ‘Englishness’ in 14th-Century Story-Telling
Practices (Language: English)
Annika Hof, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Heinrich-HeineUniversität Düsseldorf
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THE AFTERLIFE OF THE DEAD: REFORM IN ATTITUDE TOWARDS MEDIEVAL
BURIALS, CORPSES, AND BONES
Medieval & Ancient Research Centre (MARCUS), University of Sheffield
Alyxandra Mattison, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
Elizabeth Craig-Atkins, Department of Archaeology, University of
Sheffield
Soul’s Need, Community’s Preference: The Maintenance of Local
Burial Practice in the Face of Religious Reform in Anglo-Saxon
England (Language: English)
Alexandra Aversa Sheldon, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
From Outcast Sinners to Fellow Christians: The Effect of
Purgatorial Thinking on the Burial Treatment of Executed
Criminals in Medieval England, c. 900-1200 (Language: English)
Alyxandra Mattison
Post-Depositional Disturbance of the Medieval Buried Dead: A
Functional Response to Overcrowded Cemeteries, or a Forgotten
Funerary Practice? (Language: English)
Jennifer Crangle, Deptartment of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
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MODELLING ETHICAL REFORM IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE, I
IMC Programming Committee,
Mary Michele Poellinger, School of English, University of Leeds
Il vousist miex estre en biere: An Ethical Employment of
Rutebeuf in Paris, Bibliothèque National de France, MS 12483
(Language: English)
Adam Tyler Grant, Department of French & Italian, University of
Minnesota / Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris IV
Becoming the rex futurus: Female Renewal and the Undoing of
Chivalric Reform in Malory’s Le Morte Darthur (Language: English)
Phoebe Catherine Linton, School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures,
University of Edinburgh
‘Þat worde þat he warpyd’: Diachronic English in St Erkenwald
(Language: English)
Leanne MacDonald, Department of English, University of Notre Dame
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REFORM AND RENEWAL IN LATE MEDIEVAL DEVOTIONAL COMPILATIONS, I
‘Devotional Compilations’ Project, Swiss National Science Foundation
Marleen Cré, Faculté des lettres, Université de Lausanne
Marleen Cré
Imitatio monastici: Lay Readers and the Hours of the Passion in
15th-Century Devotional Literature (Language: English)
Sarah Macmillan, Department of English, Liverpool Hope University
Compiling Styles and Textual Renewal: Non-Linear Borrowing
Patterns in Devotional Compilations (Language: English)
Diana Denissen, Section d’anglais, Université de Lausanne
The Admonitio morienti and a Vernacular Anselm (Language:
English)
Margaret Healy-Varley, Department of English, Providence College,
Rhode Island
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THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD, I: UMAYYAD RULE, LAW, AND RELIGION
Centre for Advanced Study of the Arab World (CASAW) / ‘Early Islamic
World’ Research Network, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds and Andrew Marsham,
School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures, University of Edinburgh
Andrew Marsham
Arab Dominion, Umayyad Kingship: Species of Mulk in the Early
Islamic Polity (Language: English)
Sean W. Anthony, Department of History, University of Oregon
Al-Awza’i and the Umayyad Influence on Islamic Legal
Development (Language: English)
Steven Judd, Department of History, Southern Connecticut State
University
Ethnicity and Power in the Umayyad Era: The Case of Ma’add
(Language: English)
Peter Webb, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
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HUMAN MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT IN THE MEDIEVAL MEDITERRANEAN
AT THE TIME OF THE HOLY LAND CRUSADES, C. 1050 - C. 1300, I
Jochen Schenk, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Andrew T. Jotischky, Department of History, University of Lancaster
Paupers and Provocateurs?: The Jews of the Latin Levant and
the Politics of Immigration, 1187–1291 (Language: English)
Brendan Goldman, Department of History, Johns Hopkins University
Integration of and Conflicts with Migrants and Refugees: The
Latin Empire of Constantinople and the Empire of Nicaea by
Comparison, 1204-1261 (Language: English)
Leonie Exarchos, Seminar für Mittlere und Neuere Geschichte /
Graduiertenkolleg ‘Expertenkulturen des 12. bis 18. Jahrhunderts’,
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
A Contested Territory: The Maeander Valley in the Age of the
Crusades (Language: English)
Diego Peirano, Facoltà di Architettura, Politecnico di Torino
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CROSS-CURRENTS IN JEWISH THOUGHT IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES
IMC Programming Committee,
Christoph Cluse, Arye Maimon-Institut für Geschichte der Juden,
Universität Trier
Changing Evaluations of Renewal: The Authorship of the Bible
between Medieval Exegetes and Modern Scholarship (Language:
English)
Eran Viezel, Department of Bible, Archaeology & Near Eastern Studies,
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva
Collaboration or Dissent?: The Relationship between Rabbi
Isaac and Rabbi Peretz of Corbeil (Language: English)
Judah D. Galinsky, Department of Talmud, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat
Gan
Literal Interpretation within Doctrinal Borders: Religious
Agendas and Theological Constraints in the Works of Jewish and
Christian Literal Exegetes (Language: English)
Ari Geiger, Department of History, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan
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SAINTS’ CULTS, POWERS, AND IDEOLOGY OF POWER, 9TH-12TH CENTURY
Institut de Recherches et d’histoire du Septentrion (IRHiS - UMR 8529),
Université de Lille 3 / Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
(CNRS)
Michèle Gaillard, Institut de Recherches Historiques du Septentrion
(IRHiS - UMR 8529), Université de Lille 3
Anne-Marie Helvétius, Département d’histoire, Université Paris VIII Vincennes-Saint-Denis
Princely Affairs: St Michael and Carolingian Kings (Language:
English)
Esther Dehoux, Institut de Recherches Historiques du Septentrion
(IRHiS - UMR 8529), Université de Lille 3
A Fighting Hagiography: The Life and Miracles of St Hunegund of
Homblières, by Abbot Berner (Diocese of Noyon, 10th Century)
(Language: English)
Paul Chaffenet, Université de Lille 3 / Université Libre de Bruxelles
The Lives of Eleutherius and the Claim for Independence of the
Diocese of Tournai (Language: English)
Michèle Gaillard
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Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
CISTERCIANS, I: INNOVATION AND RENEWAL IN CISTERCIAN PORTUGAL
Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder
Assimilation and Adaptation: Two Portuguese Cistercian
Monasteries in the Beira Region (Language: English)
Ana M. Tavares Martins, Departamento de Engenharia Civil &
Arquitectura, Universidade da Beira Interior, Covilhã
Reflections of the Counter-Reformation in Portuguese Female
Cistercian Communities: From Conciliar Tridentine
Determinations to Alcobaça Legislation (Language: English)
Antónia Fialho Conde, Departamento de Historia, Universidade de Évora
Joana de Jesus, 1617-1681: A Portuguese (Reformed)
Cistercian Nun (Language: English)
Joana Serrado, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
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MEDIEVAL ECONOMY AND SOCIETY
N. W. Posthumus Institute, Universiteit Leiden
Jaco Zuijderduijn, Institute for History, Universiteit Leiden
Jaco Zuijderduijn
Demographic Shocks, Labour Institutions, and Wage Divergence
in Premodern Europe (Language: English)
Mattia Fochesato, Département d’Economie, Institut d’Etudes Politiques
de Paris
Economic Responses to Environmental Crises: Louis II in
Dauphiné, 1447-1456 (Language: English)
Guy Lurie, Faculty of Law, University of Haifa
Breaking the Piggy Bank: What Can Historical and
Archaeological Sources Tell Us about Late-Medieval Saving
Behaviour? (Language: English)
Jaco Zuijderduijn
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APPROACHES TO LATE MEDIEVAL COURT RECORDS, I: READING RECORDS,
RAISING QUESTIONS
Center for Medieval Studies, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Frans Camphuijsen, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Amsterdam, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Ian Forrest, Oriel College, University of Oxford
The Medieval Records of the ‘Grands Jours’ of the Parlement of
Paris: Looking for the Litigants (Language: English)
Elisabeth Schmit, Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris
(LAMOP - UMR 8589), Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Emotions History and London’s Mercantile Culture: Trust,
Reputation, and Fairness in Late Medieval and Early Modern
Court Records (Language: English)
Merridee Bailey, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for
the History of Emotions, University of Adelaide
Text, Non-Text, and Context: Medieval Law Courts beyond the
Written Record (Language: English)
Frans Camphuijsen
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JOURNEYS IN MANUSCRIPT STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
John Rylands Research Institute, University of Manchester
Marci Freedman, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
Charles Insley, John Rylands Research Institute, University of
Manchester
‘Branching Out’: Meaning and Metaphor in the Arbor Caritatis et
Misericordiae (John Rylands Library, MS Lat 18) (Language:
English)
Irene A. O’Daly, John Rylands Research Institute, University of
Manchester
Flores historiarum (Chetham’s Library, MS 6712) and Regional
Manuscript Production (Language: English)
Jessica Coatesworth, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University
of Manchester
Reading Benjamin: The Medieval Reception of Benjamin of
Tudela’s Book of Travels (Language: English)
Marci Freedman
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INVESTIGATING FUTURE PREMODERNS ™: NEOMEDIEVAL AESTHETICS IN THE
21ST CENTURY
Confraternity of Neoflagellants
Norman James Hogg, Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society &
Culture, Concordia University, Montreal
Nick Thurston, School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies,
University of Leeds
Before and after Contemporary Art (Language: English)
Neil Mulholland, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh
They Came Back Wrong?: Nighthawking in the Middle Kingdom
(Language: English)
Norman James Hogg
You Have Never Been Modern! (Language: English)
David Burrows, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Slade School of Fine Art,
University College London and Simon O’Sullivan, Department of Visual
Cultures, Goldsmiths College, University of London
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MYTHS IN THE FAR NORTH, I: MAGIC AND PAGANISM IN SCANDINAVIA
‘Creating the New North’ Research Programme, Universitetet i Tromsø
Richard Holt, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap, Universitetet i
Tromsø
Miriam Tveit, Fakultetet for Samfunnsvitenskap, Universitetet i
Nordland
The Lapland Witches: European Images and Representations,
1150-1600 (Language: English)
Rune Blix Hagen, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap,
Universitetet i Tromsø
Just How Pagan Were the Sámi at the End of the Middle Ages?
(Language: English)
Siv Rasmussen, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap, Universitetet
i Tromsø
Arctic Encounters: Meetings with the Supernatural in the Old
Norse Sagas (Language: English)
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough, Department of English Studies,
Durham University
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
COMMUNICATION AND THE EXPLOITATION OF KNOWLEDGE, I
Onderzoekschool Mediëvistiek
Marco Mostert, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht and Catrien Santing, Afdeling
Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Catrien Santing
The Passion Play in the German-Speaking Countries: A Social
Battlefield? (Language: English)
Claudia Daiber, Graduate School of Humanities, Universiteit van
Amsterdam
Attacking French Literary Traditions To Plead for Reform: John
Gower’s Mirour de l’Omme (Language: English)
Thari Zweers, Faculteit der Letteren, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Hero or Zero?: The Image of Sir Kay in Middle Dutch Literature
(Language: English)
Sigrid Lussenburg, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht
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MEDIEVAL PROSOPOGRAPHY, I: MEDIEVAL WOMEN AND PROSOPOGRAPHY
Medieval Prosopography
Amy Livingstone, Department of History, Wittenberg University, Ohio
Amy Livingstone
‘For her advocacy that the will might stand’: Elite Women and
Wills in 10th-Century Anglo-Saxon England and the Ottonian
Empire (Language: English)
Megan Welton, Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame
Ediva of Winchester and Godstow Abbey: Following in the
Tradition of the Anglo-Saxon Foundress (Language: English)
Berenice Wilson, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
In Search of Women in 14th-Century Walsham-le-Willows
(Language: English)
Vanessa Jane King, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology,
Birkbeck, University of London
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SPECIAL LECTURE: REFORMING ISLAM AT THE TURN TO THE 6TH/12TH
CENTURY: AL-GHAZALI’S PROJECT OF REVIVING RELIGION THROUGH
ARISTOTELIANISM AND MYSTICISM
A well-reported saying of the Prophet Muhammad predicts that God will
send a ‘reviver’ of Islam at the beginning of each century. In the year
500 of the Muslim calendar (equivalent to 1105 CE), al-Ghazali claimed
to be the reviver of the 6th century. By that time al-Ghazali lived
secluded, as he put it, at his birthplace in northeast Iran where he
surrounded himself with just a few faithful students. Earlier in his life
he had already risen to the most respected teaching position in the new
system of state-sponsored madrasa-education only to publicly
renounce it and to break his ties with the ruling Seljuq elite. In 1105,
however, al-Ghazali returned into the spotlight by again accepting a
prominent teaching post at a Seljuq madrasa. What he taught there
stirred unrest among the established scholars who tried to use their
influence and have him removed. Al-Ghazali’s teachings in such fields
as theology, philosophy, ethics, and Sufism mark the transition from
the period of classical Islamic theology and philosophy to a postclassical period. Severely criticizing the religious scholars and the
philosophers of his day, al-Ghazali aimed at reviving and reforming all
the ‘religious knowledge’ ( ‘ulum al-din) of Islam.
Al-Ghazali’s reform project differed from many before and after in
Islam in that it refers only cursory to the religions’ founding period and
the example of the Prophet and his companions. Its main inspiration
comes from two corners: the Aristotelian tradition in Islam, i.e. falsafa,
and Sufism. Al-Ghazali’s reform focused on the promotion of a
rationalist Muslim theology, of Sufi piety and Aristotelian virtue ethics,
as well as on the prominent role of Sufi masters. Its success can be
seen in many features of post-classical Muslim societies.
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AGE OF BEDE, II: IRISH / ANGLO-SAXON CONNECTIONS
Bedenet.com
Peter Darby, Department of History, University of Nottingham and
Máirín Mac Carron, Department of History, National University of
Ireland, Galway
Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
The Legacy of the Irish and the Making of the Mercian Kingdom
(Language: English)
Morn D. T. Capper, School of History, University of Leicester
Uncial and the Irish: Close Encounters in Durham Cathedral
Library, MS A.II.16 (Language: English)
Carol A. Farr, Independent Scholar, London
Visualising the Network: Irish Connections in Bede’s Writing
(Language: English)
Sarah McCann, Department of History, University College Dublin
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THE POLITICAL FUNCTION OF TOMBS IN LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE, I:
REPRESENTING THE SELF
University of Nottingham / Research Group ‘Boundaries & Identity
Formation in the Premodern World’, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Sanne Frequin, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies Amsterdam,
Universiteit van Amsterdam and Matthew Ward, School of History,
University of Nottingham
Julian Gardner, Department of the History of Art, University of Warwick
An Inconvenient Truth: Michele Sanmicheli’s Tomb Monument
for Francesco Sambonifacio and the Misrepresentation of the
Self in 16th-Century Verona (Language: English)
Wouter Wagemakers, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Amsterdam, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Brotherly Struggle for Dominance: The Dynastical Claims of
Christopher and Ulrich III of Mecklenburg Carved into Stone
(Language: English)
Cynthia Osiecki, Philosophische Fakultät, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität
Greifswald
Jeanne of Flanders: A Tomb for a Lady (Language: English)
Sanne Frequin
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THE BODY IN MEDIEVAL ART, I: CORPORAL TRANSFORMATION
Research Group ‘Boundaries & Identity Formation in the Premodern
World’, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Wendelien A. W. van Welie-Vink, Departement Kunst-, religie- en
cultuurwetenschappen, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Wendelien A. W. van Welie-Vink
Salvation Is Near!: Hope for the Afterlife through Jonah and
Endymion (Language: English)
Anja E. Ourikh, Departement Kunst-, religie- en cultuurwetenschappen,
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Deliverance from the Fiery Furnace: Martyrdom, Magic, and
Salvation in Depictions of the Three Hebrews in Early Christian
Art and Literature (Language: English)
Klazina Staat, Faculteit Letteren en Wijsbegeerte, Universiteit Gent
Whose Body Are We Looking At?: The First Panel of the Bronze
Doors of Hildesheim Investigated (Language: English)
Petra Ketelaars, Departement Kunst-, religie- en
cultuurwetenschappen, Universiteit van Amsterdam
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
DYNASTICISM IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN EUROPE AND BEYOND, II:
CONSTRUCTING DYNASTIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
European Research Council Project ‘The Jagiellonians: Dynasty,
Memory & Identity in Central Europe’, University of Oxford
Ilya Afanasyev, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Attila Bárány, MTA-DE Lendület Research Group / Department of
History, University of Debrecen
Discoursive Dynastic Traditions in Medieval Poland (Language:
English)
Przemysław Wiszewski, Faculty of Historical & Pedagogical Studies,
University of Wrocław
Connected Dynasties: How the Jöchids and the Jagiellonians
Gave Birth to the Giray Khans (Language: English)
Marie Favereau-Doumenjou, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Dynasty and Material Culture: The Private Treasures of
Jagiellonian Kings, c. 1500 (Language: English)
Piotr Oliński, Instytut Historii i Archiwistyki, Centrum Mediewistyczne,
Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń
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THE PRACTICE OF PIETY IN PROVINCIAL ENGLAND
Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
James G. Clark, Department of History, University of Exeter
Rob Lutton, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Religious Houses and Pastoral Provision in 15th-Century
Bridgwater (Language: English)
Hannah West, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
‘Now thus’: Encountering Death in Norfolk, c. 1440 - c. 1540
(Language: English)
David Harry, Department of History & Archaeology, University of
Chester
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ANIMALS AND HUMANS, HUMANS AND ANIMALS: REFLECTIONS THROUGH
REACTION
Medieval Animal Data-Network (MAD), Central European University,
Budapest
Alice Choyke, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Borderline?: Human-Animal Interactions and the Construction
of Space in Medieval Fox-Epics (Language: English)
Michael Mecklenburg, Institut für Germanistische Mediävistik,
Universität Kassel
Animals as Humans, Humans as Animals: Didactics in Disguise
(Language: English)
Ingrid Matschinegg, Institut für Realienkunde, Universität Salzburg,
Krems
The Eagle’s Fight against the Rooster: German National Animal
Imagery in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Irina Savinetskaya, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
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MODELS OF AUTHORITY IN SCOTTISH CHARTERS, C. 1100 - C. 1250, II:
INVESTIGATING INFLUENCES ON SCOTTISH CHARTERS
Arts & Humanities Research Council Project ‘Models of Authority:
Scottish Charters & the Emergence of Government 1100-1250’
Dauvit Broun, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Dauvit Broun
Getting Cursive: Extending DigiPal’s Framework for Models of
Authority (Language: English)
Stewart J. Brookes, Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College
London
Script as an Image of Authority: Sources of Influence on the
Handwriting of Scottish Charters - 1100-1250 (Language: English)
Teresa Webber, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Gilbert of Stirling, Royal Scribes, and the Justice of the Scots
(Language: English)
Alice Taylor, Department of History, King’s College London
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CULTURAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESPONSES TO EXTREME WEATHER AND
WEATHER-RELATED NATURAL HAZARDS IN THE MIDDLE AGES, I
Historisches Institut, Universität Bern
Christian Rohr, Historisches Institut, Universität Bern
Chantal Camenisch, Historisches Institut, Universität Bern
Managing Meteorological Hazards in the Early and High Middle
Ages, 5th-11th Centuries (Language: English)
Thomas Wozniak, Institut für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, PhilippsUniversität, Marburg
Short- and Long-Term Administrative and Socio-Economic
Response to Floods, and Frequent and Prolonged Flooding in
13th-15th-Century Hungary (Language: English)
Andrea Kiss, Institut für Wasserbau und Ingenieurhydrologie,
Technische Universität Wien
Travellers, Miners, and Alpine Settlers: Dealing with the Risk of
Avalanches in the High and Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Christian Rohr
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MIGHTY PROTECTORS FOR THE MERCHANT CLASS: SAINTS AS INTERCESSORS
BETWEEN THE WEALTHY AND THE DIVINE
Cynthia Turner Camp, Department of English, University of Georgia,
Athens
Jennifer Jahner, Division of the Humanities & Social Sciences, California
Institute of Technology
Cuthbertine Hermits and North Sea Merchant Traders (Language:
English)
Christiania Whitehead, Department of English & Comparative Literary
Studies, University of Warwick
Stolen, Hoarded, and Misplaced Saints: Visualizing the
Relationship between Merchants and Their Holy Patrons in
Medieval and Early Modern Venice (Language: English)
Karen Rose Mathews, Department of Art & Art History, University of
Miami
The Sunday Saint: The Middle English Life of Erasmus and Late
Medieval Mercantile Culture (Language: English)
Cynthia Turner Camp
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SUPPLICATORY CULTURES, II: ECCLESIASTICAL PETITIONS AND LEGAL
STRATEGY IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Matthew Phillips, School of History, University of Leicester and Thomas
William Smith, Abteilung für Griechische und Lateinische Philologie,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Matthew Phillips
Papal Supplicants and Their Strategies in the 13th Century
(Language: English)
Thomas William Smith
In the Pope’s Bedroom: The Use of Space and Visual
Communication in the Papal Encounters with Petitioners in the
Central Middle Ages (Language: English)
Iben Fonnesberg-Schmidt, Department of Culture & Global Studies,
Aalborg Universitet
How to Play the System: Uses of Legal Procedure in York
Matrimonial Cases (Language: English)
Frederik Pedersen, School of History, Divinity & Philosophy, University
of Aberdeen
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Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
THE ART OF GENERALSHIP: LATE ANTIQUE, BYZANTINE, AND CHINESE
IDEALS, II: BYZANTINE IDEALS
Cardiff Centre for Late Antique Religion & Culture, Cardiff University
Shaun Tougher, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Shaun Tougher
Playing the Manly Man: Andreia and Generalship in Procopius’s
Gothic Wars (Language: English)
Michael Stewart, Independent Scholar, Robina
Managing Fortune: Virtue and Tyche in Byzantine Generalship
(Language: English)
Dimitris Krallis, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Centre for Hellenic
Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia
212
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THE RESOLUTION OF CONFLICT AND DISPUTE IN THE MIDDLE AGES, I:
RECONCILIATION IN THE EARLIER MIDDLE AGES
Albert Fenton, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
Paul J. Kershaw, Department of History, University of Virginia
Female Monasticism as Legal Puzzle in Merovingian Gaul:
Solving the Revolt at Sainte-Croix, 589-590 (Language: English)
Jake Purcell, Department of History, University of Columbia
‘With honour, and in a friendly manner’: Evidence for the
Release of Hostages in Text and Practice (Language: English)
Alice Hicklin, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Crime, Treaties, and Diplomatic Practice in the Earlier Middle
Ages (Language: English)
Jenny Benham, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
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BELIEF, BURIALS, AND BULLS: RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN
EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Medieval Archaeology: Journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology
IMC Programming Committee,
Elizabeth Craig-Atkins, Department of Archaeology, University of
Sheffield
A Study of Historical and Archaeological Sources from the 4th-7th
Centuries: Building Christianity and Local Religions in Western
Europe (Language: English)
Lilian Regina Gonçalves Diniz, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici,
Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia
‘Poor Little Rich Kids’: Changes in Conspicuous Burials of
Children in 5th-Century Britain (Language: English)
Janet Kay, Department of History, Boston College, Massachusetts
Artificial Cranial Deformation: Sense of Beauty and Power?
(Language: English)
Astrid Schmölzer, Institut für Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde,
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
The Cult of Mithras in Salona: Art, Religion, and Identity
(Language: English)
Nirvana Silnovic, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
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University House: Little Woodhouse Room
NETWORK FOR THE STUDY OF CAROLINE MINUSCULE, II: ANGLO-CAROLINE
AND THE BENEDICTINE REFORM
Network for the Study of Caroline Minuscule
Anna Dorofeeva, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and
Zachary Guiliano, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Anna Dorofeeva
The ‘Glastonbury’ Smaragdus: Hybrid Caroline from Western
Britain (Language: English)
Julia Crick, Department of History, King’s College London
960 and All That: A Reconsideration of the Entrance of Caroline
Minuscule in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Colleen Curran, Department of History, King’s College London
Christine Voth, Seminar für Englische Philologie, Georg-AugustUniversität Göttingen
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THE REFORMER’S EVOLUTION: CHANGE IN THE FOCUS, VENUE, AND MEDIA
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OF REFORM INITIATIVES IN THE 11 AND 12 CENTURIES
National Endowment for the Humanities / American Academy, Rome
Maureen C. Miller, Department of History, University of California,
Berkeley
William L. North, Department of History, Carleton College, Minnesota
Between Rome and Ravenna: Reform Choices in the Mid-11th
Century (Language: English)
Kathryn L. Jasper, Department of History, Illinois State University
12th-Century Reform through Restauratio: Nicolaus Maniacutia’s
Efforts to Return the Vulgate to Jerome’s Translation (Language:
English)
Marie Thérèse Champagne, Department of History, University of West
Florida
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LATE MEDIEVAL CHURCH REFORM
IMC Programming Committee,
Fiona Somerset, Department of English, University of Connecticut
The Battle of the Parishes: Curial Networks Infiltrate in the
Netherlands to Establish Church Reform (Language: English)
Frans Gooskens, Departement Sociologie, Universiteit van Tilburg
Reforming the Church and the Community of the Realm: Links
between Church Reformers and the Montfortian Movement in
13th-Century England (Language: English)
Andrew Reeves, Department of History & Political Science, Middle
Georgia State College
Renewal after Reform in Medieval Transylvania (Language:
English)
María-Magdolna Lupescu Makó, Facultatea de Istorie şi Filosofie,
Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napora
218
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NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS, II: INDIVIDUAL
AGENCY, CHANGE, AND REFORM
History of Women Religious of Britain & Ireland Network (H-WBRI)
Kimm Curran, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow and
Kirsty Day, School of History, University of Leeds
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris
Something Looms: The Vita Mixta and the Work of Women in a
Late Medieval Franconian Convent (Language: English)
Dongwon Esther Kim, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of
Leeds
Nuns Reforming Devotional Life: Creating a Reformed
Devotional Community with the Dutch Vision and Exemplum of
Jacomijne Costers (Language: English)
Clarck Drieshen, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
219
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MODERN PERSPECTIVES OF MEDIEVAL RENEWAL
IMC Programming Committee,
Ursula Bieber, Fachbereich Slawistik, Universität Salzburg
Renewal of Medieval Hagiography for Modern Europe (Language:
English)
Sophio Guliashvili, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Re-Appropriating a Medieval Rhetoric of Reform: The Reception
of Chaucer’s Truth (Language: English)
Jeff Espie, Department of English, University of Toronto
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COLLECTIVE AND INDIVIDUAL RENEWALS IN SECULAR CONTEXTS, I
IMC Programming Committee,
Irina Metzler, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research (MEMO),
Swansea University / ‘Homo debilis’ Projekt, Universität Bremen
Children of the Lombards: Exploring Individual and Social
Renewals in Early Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Giulia Vollono, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
The Conversion of the Visigoths in Light of Visigothic-Frankish
Alliances (Language: English)
Anna Gehler, Sonderforschungsbereich 700 ‘Governance in Areas of
Limited Statehood’, Freie Universität Berlin
A Reformation in Japan: From The Book of the Sword (Language:
English)
Yuko Tagaya, Graduate School of English, School of Humanities, KantoGakuin University, Yokohama
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REFORMING MEDIEVAL KINGSHIP
IMC Programming Committee,
Paul R. Dryburgh, The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew
Reform, Renewal, and 12th-Century Kingship in England and
Germany (Language: English)
Ryan Kemp, Department of History & Welsh History, Aberystwyth
University
Reforming Edward II (Language: English)
Kit Rae Heyam, School of English, University of Leeds
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ENDOWMENTS, RENEWAL, AND REFORM, II: EXTERNAL RENEWAL
European Research Council Project ‘FOUNDMED - Foundations in
Medieval Societies: Cross-Cultural Comparisons’
Zachary Chitwood, European Research Council Project ‘FOUNDMED Foundations in Medieval Societies: Cross-Cultural Comparisons’,
Humboldt Universität, Berlin
Annette Schmiedchen, Seminar für Indologie, Martin-LutherUniversität, Halle-Wittenberg
Refounding Monasteries and Dynastic Rivalry on Mount Athos in
the Late Middle Ages, 13th-15th Centuries (Language: English)
Zachary Chitwood
Social Differences as a Cause for the Appearance of New
Foundation-Types in Medieval Jewish Communities (Language:
English)
Emese Kozma, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt
Universität, Berlin
Pious Endowments as Instruments for Religious Reformation
and Dynastic Legitimation in the Ayyubid and Mamluk Periods
(Language: English)
Ignacio Sánchez, Classics & Ancient History, University of Warwick
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RELIGIOUS DISSIDENCE AND/OR REFORM
IMC Programming Committee,
Albrecht Diem, Department of History, Syracuse University, New York
Heresy and Monastic Reform in the Carolingian World (Language:
English)
Hannah W. Matis, Department of Church History, Virginia Theological
Seminary
Contesting the ‘Church of the Bishops’: Aristocratic Patronage
and Monastic Dissidence in Post-Chalcedon Palestine (453-518)
(Language: English)
Daniel Neary, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
A Clash of Christianities?: English Missionaries in a Frankish
Church (Language: English)
Miriam Adan Jones, Department of Church History, Vrije Universiteit,
Amsterdam
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THE YORKIST RENEWAL, I: A NEW HOPE
Late Medieval Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
Daniel Gosling, School of History, University of Leeds
Hannes Kleineke, History of Parliament Trust, London
The Rhetoric of Reform in the Yorkist Period (Language: English)
Alexander Brondarbit, Department of History, University of Winchester
A Congenial Relationship?: Edward IV and the City of London,
1471-1483 (Language: English)
Samantha Harper, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
The Lancastrian Legacy in Yorkist England (Language: English)
David Grummitt, School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church
University
225
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BYZANTIUM IN CONTEXT, I: CONFIGURATION OF THE PAST - PERCEPTIONS
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AND REALITIES IN 13 -CENTURY BYZANTIUM
Institut für Byzanzforschung / Institut für Mittelalterforschung,
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Institute for
Historical Research, Section of Byzantine Research, National Hellenic
Research Foundation, Athens
Ekaterini Mitsiou, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Department of Byzantine
Research, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens
Mihailo St. Popović, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
The Nicaean Empire: Renewal in Exile (Language: English)
Ekaterini Mitsiou
The Byzantine Empire Restored, 1261: Past Affinities and a New
Beginning (Language: English)
Eleonora Kountoura-Galake, Institute of Byzantine Research, National
Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF), Athens
‘Archaeology’ (=logos peri archaion) and Perceptions of the
Past in Late Byzantine Hagiography (Language: English)
Nike Ekaterini Koutrakou, Societé Belge d’Études Byzantines /
Department of Byzantine Research, National Hellenic Research
Foundation (NHRF), Athens
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TEXTS AND IDENTITIES, II: THE POLITICS OF INTERPRETATION DURING THE
CAROLINGIAN REFORMS
Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der
Wissenschaften, Wien / Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies,
Universiteit Utrecht / Faculty of History, University of Cambridge /
Sonderforschungsbereich 42 ‘Visions of Community’, Wien
Gerda Heydemann, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Institut für Geschichte,
Universität Wien and Rutger Kramer, Institut für Mittelalterforschung,
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Jinty Nelson, Department of History, King’s College London
Text and Reform: Isidore’s Sententiae at the Carolingian Court
(Language: English)
Claire Tignolet, Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris
(LAMOP - UMR 8589), Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
The Bible, Law, and Exegesis: The Case of Theodulf of Orléans
(Language: English)
Gerda Heydemann
Turning Benedict into a Shepherd: Smaragdus’s Pastoral
Interpretation of the Regula Benedicti (Language: English)
Matthieu van der Meer, Department of Languages, Literatures &
Linguistics, Syracuse University
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REFORMING ARCHITECTURE: THE ARCHITECTURE OF REFORM
IMC Programming Committee,
Felicitas Schmieder, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Rivals for Reform: Hagiography, Architecture, and Liturgy in
Medieval Lucca (Language: English)
Benjamin Brand, College of Music, University of North Texas
Geoffroy du Loroux, Archbishop of Bordeaux, 1136-1158, and
His Role in Religious Architecture in Aquitaine during the
Gregorian Reform (Language: English)
Juliette Masson, Institut de Recherche sur L’Antiquité et le Moyen Âge
(AUSONIUS – UMR 5607), Université Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux 3
Samos Abbey during the 16th Century: The Reasons and
Consequences of Reform on Its Medieval Architecture (Language:
English)
Estefanía López Salas, Departamento de Composición, Universidade da
Coruña
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REFORMING MEDIEVAL AND MODERN VIEWS OF THE MEDIEVAL PAST
IMC Programming Committee,
Uta Kleine, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Bona autore: Reforming Attitudes towards Geoffrey of
Monmouth’s Historia regum Britanniae in the 16th Century
(Language: English)
Victoria Shirley, Cardiff School of English, Communication & Philosophy,
Cardiff University
David the Builder in Medieval and Modern Narratives (Language:
English)
Mariam Chkhartishvili, Institute of Georgian History, Ivane Javakhishvili
Tiblisi State University and Sopio Kadagishvili, Institute of Georgian
History, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Anglo-Saxon Renewal in the Early 14th Century: Cambridge
University Library, MS Pembroke 277, Fols. 315r-348r
(Language: English)
Tristan Major, Department of English Literature & Linguistics, Qatar
University
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REFORMING MEDIEVAL LITURGIES
IMC Programming Committee,
Sarah M. Hamilton, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
Liturgical Prayers for Rulers in the Roman Canon of the Mass:
Origins of an Overlooked Tradition and Its Consequences for
Medieval Political Theology during Reforms of the Church
(Language: English)
Paweł Figurski, Faculty of History, Uniwersytet Warszawski /
Department of History, Notre Dame University
Coding and Decoding Ritual Texts in the Benedictine Reform:
The Case of the Vitellius Psalter (Language: English)
Ciaran Arthur, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University
of Kent
The Continuation and Renewal of Litanic Verse in Middle English
Lyrics (Language: English)
Anna Czarnowus, Faculty of Philology, University of Silesia
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MODELLING ETHICAL REFORM IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Justin Stover, All Souls College, University of Oxford
Noble Abductions and Adulteries: Baudri of Bourgueil and the
Ecclesiastical Reform of Marriage (Language: English)
Bianca Facchini, Department of Italian Studies, University of California,
Berkeley
Tradition and Innovation in Matthew of Vendôme’s Tale of
Pyramus and Thisbe (Language: English)
Sabina Tuzzo, Dipartimento di Beni Culturali, Università del Salento
Tradition and Renewal in the Educational and Philosophical
View of Michael Psellos (Language: English)
Claudiu Huian, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest
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REFORM AND RENEWAL IN LATE MEDIEVAL DEVOTIONAL COMPILATIONS, II
‘Devotional Compilations’ Project, Swiss National Science Foundation
Marleen Cré, Faculté des lettres, Université de Lausanne
Diana Denissen, Section d’anglais, Université de Lausanne
Compiling St Bridget in Late Medieval England (Language:
English)
Laura Saetveit Miles, Institutt for Fremmedspråk, Universitet i Bergen
Rolle’s Oleum Effusum Nomen Tuum in Late Medieval Devotional
Compilations (Language: English)
Denis Renevey, Faculté des lettres, Université de Lausanne
233
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD, II: PROVINCES AND FRONTIERS - SYRIA AND
THE WEST
Centre for Advanced Study of the Arab World (CASAW) / ‘Early Islamic
World’ Research Network, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds and Andrew Marsham,
School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures, University of Edinburgh
Andrew Marsham
Berbers and Borderlands: Frontier Society in North Africa
(Language: English)
Corisande Fenwick, School of Archaeology & Ancient History, University
of Leicester
Ecology and Economy of North Africa and the Mediterranean, c.
500-800 (Language: English)
Anna Leone, Department of Archaeology, Durham University
Elites in the Countryside: Recent Research on the Umayyad
‘Desert Castles’ (Language: English)
Denis Genequand, Unité d’Anthropologie, Université de Genève
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HUMAN MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT IN THE MEDIEVAL MEDITERRANEAN
AT THE TIME OF THE HOLY LAND CRUSADES, C. 1050 - C. 1300, II
Jochen Schenk, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Jochen Schenk
‘How many villages of yours have we emptied?’: Muslim Villages
under Frankish Rule in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Ann E. Zimo, Department of History, University of Minnesota
Nomadism at the Borders of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem:
About Some Events near Belinas-Bānyās (Language: English)
Simon Dorso, Centre de Recherche Français à Jérusalem, Université
Lumière Lyon 2
The Early 13th-Century Crusades and the Creation of the ‘New
Aristocracy’ in the Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1197-1222 (Language:
English)
Karol Polejowski, Department of European Studies, Politology and
Journalism, Ateneum Szkoła Wyższa w Gdańsku
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MESSIANIC REDEMPTION IN MEDIEVAL ASHKENAZ: ELIJAH AND JEWISHCHRISTIAN POLEMIC
Sara Offenberg, Department of Jewish Art, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat
Gan
Orit Ramon, Department of History, The Open University, Raanana
‘Elijah the Prophet […] speedingly come to us with the Messiah,
Son of David’: Elijah as Redeemer in Jewish and Christian
Culture in Medieval Ashkenaz (Language: English)
Chana Shacham-Rosby, Department of Jewish History, Ben-Gurion
University of the Negev, Beer Sheva
What the Messiah Has Been Like/Will Be Like?: A ‘safe question’
in Jewish-Christian Medieval Polemic? (Language: English)
Markéta Kaburková, Faculté de Théologie / Foundation for Interreligious
& Intercultural Research & Dialogue (FIIRD), Université de Genève
The Double Messiah in Text and Image: Messiahs from the
Tribes of Judah, Ephraim, or Dan and the Jewish-Christian
Polemic (Language: English)
Sara Offenberg
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Parkinson Building: Room B.08
PILGRIMAGE, I: ARCHAEOLOGY AND MATERIALITY
Lancaster University
Philip Booth, Department of History, Lancaster University and Adrian
Cornell du Houx, Department of History, Lancaster University
Andrew T. Jotischky, Department of History, University of Lancaster
Rethinking the Christian ‘Holy Land’, c. 300 - c. 1000 (Language:
English)
Daniel Reynolds, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek
Studies, University of Birmingham
Iconography and Senses in Pilgrimage Material Culture
(Language: English)
Deniz Sever, Department of Archaeology & History of Art, Koç
University, Istanbul
Pilgrims, Scallop Shells, and Tax Evasion in the 13th Century
(Language: English)
Inbar Ktalav, Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of Haifa
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CISTERCIANS, II: THE DEVIL AND THE DETAILS - LIFE INSIDE - AND
OUTSIDE - A CISTERCIAN ABBEY
Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder
La conception des pôles sanitaires dans les abbayes
cisterciennes au travers des exemples normands (Language:
Français)
Jean-Baptiste Vincent, Centre de Recherches Archéologiques et
Historiques Médiévales (UMR 6273), Université de Caen BasseNormandie / Groupe de Recherche d’Histoire, Université de Rouen
The Cistercians and Their Contribution to the Communal Life of
Parishes (Language: English)
Toshio Ohnuki, Faculty of Letters, Okayama University
A Bawdy Book and English Visitors to French Cistercian Abbeys
in the 17th and 18th Centuries (Language: English)
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of
Newfoundland
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
WRITING HISTORY IN THE URBAN WORLD: THE LOW COUNTRIES AND THE
NORTH OF FRANCE, 1100-1600, I
Marie van Eeckenrode, Faculté de Philosophie, Arts et Lettres,
Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
Marie van Eeckenrode
Urban Politics and Historiography between France and Empire
around 1100: The Canons of Cambrai and Their Discourse on the
Urban Elites (Language: English)
Nicolas Ruffini-Ronzani, Département d’histoire, Facultés Universitaires
Notre-Dame de la Paix, Université de Namur
The Grandes Chroniques de France as Urban Historiography?: A
Survey in the Manuscripts (Language: English)
Antoine Brix, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
Urban Perceptions of Authority: Opposing Reports on Archduke
Maximilian (Late 15th Century), in Bruges and Mechelen
(Language: English)
Bram Caers, Faculteit Letteren en Wijsbegeerte, Universiteit Antwerpen
and Lisa Demets, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
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University House: Beechgrove Room
APPROACHES TO LATE MEDIEVAL COURT RECORDS, II: CHURCH COURTS
Sarah Crawford, Department of History, University of Sydney
Frances Andrews, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University
of St Andrews
Appeal Processes in the 13th-Century Court of Canterbury
(Language: English)
Sarah White, School of History, University of St Andrews
Legal Expertise and Delayed Justice in Medieval Portuguese
Courts, 13th-14th Centuries (Language: English)
André Vitória, Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit van
Amsterdam
Language Shifts: From Latin to English Depositions in Late
Medieval Church Courts (Language: English)
Sarah Crawford
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University House: Cloberry Room
FRESH APPROACHES TO REBIRTH AND RENEWAL, MEDIEVAL AND NEOMEDIEVAL
Andrew Marvell Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University
of Hull
Lesley Coote, Andrew Marvell Centre for Medieval & Early Modern
Studies, University of Hull
Lesley Coote
Through ‘a creuisse of an olde cragge’: Women, Womb Space,
and ‘Remaking’ Knights in Medieval Romance (Language: English)
Amy Albudri, Department of English, University of Hull
Playing Robin Hood: Ludic Textual Communities and Festival
Narrativity as Medieval Modes of Reading (Language: English)
Thomas Rowland, Department of English, Saint Louis University,
Missouri
The Neo-Medievalism of Gore Vidal (Language: English)
Eamonn Griffin, Independent Scholar, Louth
241
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
THE USE AND ABUSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES IN THE MODERN WORLD, I:
RECONSIDERING HISTORY
CARMEN: Worldwide Medieval Network
Karl Christian Alvestad, Department of History, University of
Winchester and Katherine Weikert, Department of Archaeology /
Department of History, University of Winchester
Matthew Bennett, Independent Scholar, Hartley Wintney
‘Anglo-Saxonism’ and the Shadow of Viking Medievalism
(Language: English)
Lillian Céspedes González, Department of History, University of
Winchester
The Geographic Peripheries of the Middle Ages and Iceland
(Language: English)
Alaric Hall, School of English, University of Leeds
The Marginalization and Misunderstandings of Late Medieval
Transi (Language: English)
Christina Welch, Department of Theology, Religion & Philosophy,
University of Winchester
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
MYTHS IN THE FAR NORTH, II: ORIGINS AND STORIES
‘Creating the New North’ Research Programme, Universitetet i Tromsø
Richard Holt, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap, Universitetet i
Tromsø
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough, Department of English Studies,
Durham University
Chieftains and Conversion: Building the Norwegian Kingdom in
the North (Language: English)
Ståle Hagen-Pesch, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap,
Universitetet i Tromsø
St Olav of Norway: The Making of a Royal Saint, 1030 - c. 1200
(Language: English)
Stefan Figenschow, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap,
Universitetet i Tromsø
Who Needs Origin Myths?: Norse Story-Telling before 1300
(Language: English)
Richard Holt
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COMMUNICATION AND THE EXPLOITATION OF KNOWLEDGE, II
Onderzoekschool Mediëvistiek
Marco Mostert, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht and Catrien Santing, Afdeling
Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Catrien Santing
Yearning for a Past?: An Examination of the Communication of
Memory in High Medieval Christian Thought (Language: English)
Theo Lap, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
The Modern Devotion and the Collatio: A New Approach
(Language: English)
Pieter Boonstra, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
St Agnes of Rome: Martyr and Bride (Language: English)
Sheree Hoogenberg, Departement Geschiedenis en Kunstgeschiedenis,
Universiteit Utrecht
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
MEDIEVAL PROSOPOGRAPHY, II: APPLYING PROSOPOGRAPHY TO THE
MEDIEVAL PAST
Medieval Prosopography
Amy Livingstone, Department of History, Wittenberg University, Ohio
Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Studies from a New Database of Anglo-Saxon Moneyers: What,
How, and Why? (Language: English)
Jeremy Piercy, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, University of
Edinburgh
Re-Assessing the Limits of Eastern Carolingian Charter Evidence
in Constructing Early Medieval Prosopography (Language:
English)
Julie A. Hofmann, Department of History, Shenandoah University,
Virginia
Prosopography and the Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1174-1240
(Language: English)
Stephen David Donnachie, Department of History & Classics, Swansea
University
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AGE OF BEDE, III: BEDE’S HISTORIES
Bedenet.com
Peter Darby, Department of History, University of Nottingham and
Máirín Mac Carron, Department of History, National University of
Ireland, Galway
Sarah Foot, Faculty of Theology & Religion, University of Oxford
Bede and Luke: New Perspectives on Parallels and Prefaces
(Language: English)
Tom Rochester, Department of History, University of Birmingham
Reforming Wearmouth and Jarrow (Language: English)
Conor O’Brien, Department of History, University of Sheffield
What Can Bede Tell Us about the Conversion of Ireland?
(Language: English)
Elva Johnston, School of History & Archives, University College Dublin
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THE POLITICAL FUNCTION OF TOMBS IN LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE, II:
REPRESENTING THE GROUP
University of Nottingham / Research Group ‘Boundaries & Identity
Formation in the Premodern World’, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Sanne Frequin, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies Amsterdam,
Universiteit van Amsterdam and Matthew Ward, School of History,
University of Nottingham
Lindy Grant, Department of History, University of Reading
Civil Honourings, Sacred Sculptures, and the Making of New
Gentlemen: Post-Reformation Monuments, Medieval Chivalry,
and the Beginnings of Empire (Language: English)
Melanie G. Caiazza, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Studies,
University of Kent
A House for the Dead and Living: Tombs, Mockery, and
Redemption in León Cathedral’s Cloister (Language: English)
Pablo Ordás-Díaz, Facultad de Geografía e Historia, Universidad de
Santiago de Compostela
Continuity in Stone: Monumental Tombs and the Succession of
Authority in 13th-Century France (Language: English)
Robert Marcoux, Département d’histoire, Université Laval, Québec /
Université de Bourgogne
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THE BODY IN MEDIEVAL ART, II: THE ALTERED BODY
Research Group ‘Boundaries & Identity Formation in the Premodern
World’, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Wendelien A. W. van Welie-Vink, Departement Kunst-, religie- en
cultuurwetenschappen, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Julian Gardner, Department of the History of Art, University of Warwick
Meaningless Mockery?: The Jewish Caricature in Netherlandish
Art (Language: English)
Huib Iserief, Departement Kunst-, religie- en cultuurwetenschappen,
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Behold the Breast!: Impure Images or Respectable
Representations? (Language: English)
Wendelien A. W. van Welie-Vink
The Anthropomorphic Body: Man and Beast United in the
Symbols of the Four Evangelists (Language: English)
Milan E. van Manen, Departement Kunst-, religie- en
cultuurwetenschappen, Universiteit van Amsterdam
304
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
DYNASTICISM IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN EUROPE AND BEYOND, III:
VISUAL CULTURE AND DYNASTY IN THE JAGIELLONIAN ERA
European Research Council Project ‘The Jagiellonians: Dynasty,
Memory & Identity in Central Europe’, University of Oxford
Ilya Afanasyev, Faculty of History, University of Oxford and Seth Adam
Hindin, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH),
University of Oxford
Zoë Opačić, Department of History of Art, Birkbeck, University of
London
Dynastic Images and Poetic Words: On Gedimind/Jagiellonian
Representations in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Language:
English)
Giedre Mickunaite, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Between Jagiellonians and Vasas: Visualizing Catherine
Jagiellon (Language: English)
Susanna Niiranen, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Dynastic Change, Visual Continuity: Jagiellonians, Habsburgs,
and Prague Castle (Language: English)
Sarah Lynch, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University /
Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, München
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Baines Wing: Room 1.15
STRUCTURES, SYMBOLIC ARCHITECTURE, AND MEDIEVAL THEATRE
IMC Programming Committee,
Alexandra F. Johnston, Records of Early English Drama, University of
Toronto
The Castle of Perseverance’s Stage Plan as a Medieval
Concordance Diagram (Language: English)
Elisabeth Trischler, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Exit Stage Left: Architecture and Theatre in the Ashburnham
Pentateuch (Language: English)
Dorothy Verkerk, Department of Art, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Designed for Drama?: The Textual and Intellectual Architecture
of MS Digby 133 (Language: English)
Danielle Magnusson, Department of English, University of Washington
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WRITING HISTORY IN MEDIEVAL POLAND
Julia Verkholantsev, Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures,
University of Pennsylvania
Balázs Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Historical Interests in 15th-Century Poland (Language: English)
Paul Knoll, Department of History, University of Southern California,
Los Angeles
Polish History in Jan Długosz’s Annales from the Early Middle
Ages to the Second Half of the 15th Century (Language: English)
Beata Możejko, Zakład Historii Średniowiecza Polski i Nauk
Pomocniczych Historii, Uniwersytet Gdański
Etymology, Rhetoric, and History in the Historical Writing of
Medieval Poland (Language: English)
Julia Verkholantsev
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Baines Wing: Room G.42
AULD ENEMIES?: ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Andy King, Department of History, University of Southampton
Michael Brown, Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St
Andrews
The Problem with Peace: Seeking Anglo-Scottish Amity in the
Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Alastair Macdonald, School of Divinity, History & Philosophy, University
of Aberdeen
Henry V’s Scottish Policy: Overlordship or Containment?
(Language: English)
Andy King
Scottish Rebels and Adherents of the English: The Home Family
and Anglo-Scottish Relations in the 1520s (Language: English)
Claire Etty, Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford University Press
308
Baines Wing: Room G.37
CULTURAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESPONSES TO EXTREME WEATHER AND
WEATHER-RELATED NATURAL HAZARDS IN THE MIDDLE AGES, II
Historisches Institut, Universität Bern
Christian Rohr, Historisches Institut, Universität Bern
Christian Rohr
Famine, Plague, and Urban Development in 15th-Century Eastern
England (Language: English)
Kathleen Pribyl, Climatic Research Unit, University of East Anglia
The Weather Report: The Evidence for the 15th-Century English
Climate (Language: English)
Timothy Bowly, Independent Scholar, Bristol
Weather Extremes and Livelihood (In)Security in 15th-Century
North-East Europe (Language: English)
Heli Huhtamaa, Historiches Institut, Universität Bern / Department of
Geographical & Historical Studies, University of Eastern Finland
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BEING LED ASTRAY BY MEDIEVAL ANIMALS: PHARMACEUTICAL BADGERS,
HAIRY BEARS, AND VANISHING ELEPHANTS IN LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Laura Crombie, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Victoria Blud, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Badgers Redux: More Animals in Materia medica (Language:
English)
Kathleen Walker-Meikle, Consortium of European Research Libraries,
London
A Bear’s Bad Hair Day: Saracens, Robert Thornton, and
Nightmare Bear Fur (Language: English)
Jenn Bartlett, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Elephants in the Room: Live and Wooden Elephants in Civic
Festivals in the Late Medieval Low Countries (Language: English)
Laura Crombie
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THE PEACE OF GOD REVISITED
Sonderforschungsbereich 700 ‘Governance in Areas of Limited
Statehood’, Freie Universität Berlin
Lukas Bothe, Sonderforschungsbereich 700 ‘Governance in Areas of
Limited Statehood’, Freie Universität Berlin
Stefan Esders, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
The Witnesses to the Miracle of the Peace of God (Language:
English)
Theo Riches, Exzellenzcluster ‘Religion & Politik’, Westfälische
Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Reevaluating the Three Orders Speech of Gerard I of Cambrai
(Language: English)
Sam Janssens, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Self-Commitment and Self-Governance in the Peace of God
Movement (Language: English)
Lukas Bothe
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Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
THE ART OF GENERALSHIP: LATE ANTIQUE, BYZANTINE, AND CHINESE
IDEALS, III - CHINESE IDEALS
Cardiff Centre for Late Antique Religion & Culture, Cardiff University
Shaun Tougher, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Shaun Tougher
What Makes a General?: A Comparison of Biographies of Song
Dynasty (960-1279) Generals (Language: English)
Peter Lorge, Department of History, Vanderbilt University
A Little Zhuge Liang: The Peasant Rebel Li Dingguo as Military
Commander (Language: English)
Kenneth M. Swope, Department of History, University of Southern
Mississipi
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
THE RESOLUTION OF CONFLICT AND DISPUTE IN THE MIDDLE AGES, II:
NEGOTIATING POWER IN JUDICIAL FRAMEWORKS
Alice Hicklin, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Levi Roach, Department of History, University of Exeter
Levels of Justice in 10th-Century Galicia (Language: English)
Robert Portass, School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln
‘With sake and with soke, with toll and with team’: Legal
Discourse and Litigation in the Anglo-Saxon Writs (Language:
English)
Albert Fenton, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
Contesting the Lord’s Patronage: Aspects of Seignorial Control
of Land, Anjou, c. 1050 - c. 1150 (Language: English)
Matthew McHaffie, Department of History, King’s College London
313
Parkinson Building: Room B.22
FATHERS AND FAMILIES IN EARLY MEDIEVAL CHARTERS
Medieval & Ancient Research Centre (MARCUS), University of Sheffield
Rachel Stone, Department of History, King’s College London
Julia Hillner, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Sharing Land: Fathers and Families in Merovingian Charters
(Language: English)
Hannah Probert, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Fathers and Sons in a Charter Database: Statistics and Stories
(Language: English)
Rachel Stone
Fathers, Sons, and Property Transfer in 10th-Century North
Western Italy (Language: English)
Ross Balzaretti, Institute for Medieval Research, University of
Nottingham
314
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
NETWORK FOR THE STUDY OF CAROLINE MINUSCULE, III: MARGINAL
ISSUES AND DISCUSSION
Network for the Study of Caroline Minuscule
Anna Dorofeeva, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and
Zachary Guiliano, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Mariken Teeuwen, Huygens ING - KNAW (Instituut voor Nederlandse
Geschiedenis, Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen),
Den Haag
Liturgical Marginalia in Scholarship and the Office Manuscripts
of Carolingian St Gall (Language: English)
Zachary Guiliano
The Typology of Correction Signs in the Early Medieval Latin
West (Language: English)
Evina Steinová, Huygens ING - KNAW (Instituut voor Nederlandse
Geschiedenis, Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen),
Den Haag
Anna Dorofeeva
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University House: St George Room
REFORMS OR RENEWALS?: APPROACHES TO CHANGE IN MEDIEVAL
MONASTICISM, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Catherine Innes-Parker, Department of English, University of Prince
Edward Island
The Cistercian Reform in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula
in the 12th Century: Problems of Historiography (Language:
English)
Maria Filomena Coelho, Universidade de Brasília
The Spiritual Journey of Pre-Reformation English Nuns: An
Analysis of Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Additional A.42
(Language: English)
Joyce Beelman, School of History, University of Bristol
St Florian’s Colour Controversy: An Episode in the Monastic
Reforms in Late Medieval Austria (Language: English)
Herwig Weigl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung / Institut
für Geschichte, Universität Wien
316
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Georg Christ, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester and Franz-Julius Morche, Leiden Institute for Area Studies
(LIAS), Universiteit Leiden
Hilde de Weerdt, Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), Universiteit
Leiden
Political Elites and Intellectual History: Europe and China, 12001600 (Language: English)
Chu Ming-Kin, Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), Universiteit
Leiden and Franz-Julius Morche
The Venetian Consular Network and Its Impact on the NewsSphere in Marino Sanuto’s Diarii (Language: English)
Georg Christ
Practica di mercature: Mercantile Knowledge between Up-ToDate News and Traditional Reference Material (Language: English)
Kurt Weissen, Historisches Seminar, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität
Heidelberg
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Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
RELIGIOUS LIFE AND OBSERVANT REFORM IN MOTION: NEW METHODS,
MAPS, AND LANDSCAPES
Kathryne Beebe, Department of History, University of Texas, Arlington
and James D. Mixson, Department of History, University of Alabama
James D. Mixson
Mobilizing (and Reforming) Some 14th-Century Dominicans: A
Digital Visualization (Language: English)
Michael Vargas, Department of History, State University of New York,
New Paltz
Digital Observance: Big Data, Tiny Data, and Observant Reform
(Language: English)
Kathryne Beebe
Franciscans between Observance and Reformation (Language:
English)
Bert Roest, Department of History, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
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NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS, III:
ILLUMINATING NUNS THROUGH ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGIES
History of Women Religious of Britain & Ireland Network (H-WBRI)
Kimm Curran, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow and
Kirsty Day, School of History, University of Leeds
Kathryn Maude, Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, King’s
College London
Impact, Function, and Importance of Female Religious in
Medieval and Modern Landscapes (Language: English)
Kimm Curran
Reading between the Lines: Discovering Diana and St Agnese in
the Letters of Jordan of Saxony (Language: English)
Steven Watts, School of History, University of St Andrews
The Mary Magdalene Plays and Problems with Their
Construction (Language: English)
Andrea Knox, Department of History, Northumbria University
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MEDIEVALISM: MODERN ENACTMENT AND PERCEPTION OF MEDIEVAL
CULTURAL PHENOMENA
Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien (IZMS), Universität
Salzburg
Ursula Bieber, Fachbereich Slawistik, Universität Salzburg
Ursula Bieber
The Renewal and Recreation of Medieval Gardens in the 20th and
21st Centuries (Language: English)
Manuel Schwembacher, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für
Mittelalterstudien (IZMS), Universität Salzburg
Matthäus Lang von Wellenburg: 500 Years of Salzburgian
Historiography (Language: English)
Jutta Baumgartner, Fachbereich Geschichte, Universität Salzburg
From the Hürnenen Seyfrid to Siegfried as a Hero on Screen:
Perception of Heroism from the 15th to the 21st Centuries
(Language: English)
Siegrid Schmidt, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien
(IZMS), Universität Salzburg
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
COLLECTIVE AND INDIVIDUAL RENEWALS IN SECULAR CONTEXTS, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Louise J. Wilkinson, School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church
University
Flight to the Desert: An Insight into the 7th-Century Ostraca
from Sasanian Egypt - Same Crisis, Same Responses? (Language:
English)
Myriam Wissa, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of
London
Keeping Tabs on the Neighbours: Urban Networks and Monastic
Communities in Angevin York and London (Language: English)
Andrew Foster, Department of History, University of York
Chaucer’s Franklin and Desire for Social Reform (Language:
English)
Oya Bayiltmis Öǧütcü, Department of English Language & Literature,
Hacettepe University, Ankara
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
RENEWAL AND REFORMATION OF MUNICIPAL COUNCILS IN THE CROWN OF
ARAGON
Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals ‘Espai, poder i
cultura’, Universitat de Lleida
Flocel Sabaté i Curull, Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals
‘Espai, poder i cultura’, Universitat de Lleida
Flocel Sabaté i Curull
Reform and Renewal of a Municipal Government System in
Catalonia: The Paeria of Balaguer, 14th-16th Centuries (Language:
English)
Robert Cuellas Campodarbe, Departament d’Història, Universitat de
Lleida
No és solament suplicació, ans és semblant a definició: The
Medieval Courts and Juridical Discourse in the Public Speech
(Language: English)
Rogerio R Tostes, Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals
‘Espai, poder i cultura’, Universitat de Lleida
Society, Policy, and Economy in the Interregnum: The Crown of
Aragón without King (Language: English)
Sandra Cáceres, Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals
‘Espai, poder i cultura’, Universitat de Lleida
322
Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
FEMALE AND MALE CONSTRUCTIONS OF POWER, HONOUR, AND GENEALOGY
IMC Programming Committee,
Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt
am Main
The Name of the Queen: The Importance of a Title (Language:
English)
Anne Foerster, Fachbereich Gesellschaftswissenschaften, Universität
Kassel
According to Honor: Symbolic Capital and the Construction of
Self in Middle High German Epic (Language: English)
Christopher Liebtag Miller, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Toronto
Sources, Argumentation, and Narration: Strategies of
Constructing Genealogies in the 15th and 16th Century (Language:
English)
Florian Michael Schmid, Institut für deutsche Philologie, Ernst-MoritzArndt-Universität Greifswald
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
REFORMING SECULAR LORDSHIP
IMC Programming Committee,
Marie Thérèse Champagne, Department of History, University of West
Florida
Nūr Al-Din Ibn Zengī and the Renewal of Leadership in 12thCentury Syria (Language: English)
Burhan bin Che Daud, Centre for Language Studies & Generic
Development, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
The Reform of the Political System of the Crown of the Kingdom
of Poland in the Years 1374-1505 against a Background of
Eastern and Central Europe: The Establishment of the System of
Noble Democracy by Means of Nobles’ Privileges (Language:
English)
Maciej Greszta, Department of Law & Administration, Uniwersytet
Gdański,Paulina Sasal, Department of Law & Administration,
Uniwersytet Gdański and Jakub Aleksander Struck, Department of Law
& Administration, Uniwersytet Gdański
Funeral Ritual and the Renewal of Valois Burgundian Power
(Language: English)
Andy Murray, Department of History of Art, University College London
324
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THE YORKIST RENEWAL, II: THE LIMITATIONS OF REFORM
Late Medieval Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London
Daniel Gosling, School of History, University of Leeds
James Ross, Department of History, University of Winchester
Edward IV and Parliament (Language: English)
Hannes Kleineke, History of Parliament Trust, London
The English Clergy and Edward IV (Language: English)
Daniel Gosling
Housing a Late Medieval College: Reform and Continuity at St
George’s Windsor (Language: English)
Euan Roger, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
BYZANTIUM IN CONTEXT, II: ENVIRONMENT, ECONOMY, AND POWER CRISIS AND RENEWAL IN THE BYZANTINE WORLD
Institut für Byzanzforschung / Institut für Mittelalterforschung,
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Institute for
Historical Research, Section of Byzantine Research, National Hellenic
Research Foundation, Athens
Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Ekaterini Mitsiou, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Department of Byzantine
Research, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens
Byzantium and Global History: Towards a New Determinism?
(Language: English)
Mark Whittow, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
The Middle Byzantine Revival from an Environmental
Perspective: A Return to the Antique Models? (Language: English)
Adam Izdebski, Instytut Historii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
Topography, Ecology, and (Byzantine) Power in Early Medieval
Eastern Anatolia and Armenia, 700-1050 (Language: English)
Johannes Preiser-Kapeller
A Concerted ‘discourse’: Interplay between Environment and
Human Agency in the Area of Smyrna (Modern Izmir) in the 13th
Century (Language: English)
Myrto Veikou, Department of History & Archaeology, University of Crete
/ Department of History & Archaeology, University of Cyprus
326
Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
TEXTS AND IDENTITIES, III: NEW USES FOR OLD STORIES - DEALING WITH
THE PAST IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der
Wissenschaften, Wien / Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies,
Universiteit Utrecht / Faculty of History, University of Cambridge /
Sonderforschungsbereich 42 ‘Visions of Community’, Wien
Philipp Dörler, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien and Rutger
Kramer, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der
Wissenschaften, Wien
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
The Transformation of Troy from Homer to Fredegar (Language:
English)
N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Preservation without Discrimination?: The Compilation of the
Magnum Legendarium Austriacum (Language: English)
Diarmuid Ó Riain, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
An Alleged Oratio of Boniface to Pippin in 751 (Language: English)
Courtney Booker, Department of History, University of British Columbia
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Parkinson Building: Room B.10
THE REFORM IN ART AND THE REFORM OF ART IN CENTRAL EUROPE
Institute of History of Art & Culture, Pontifical University of John Paul
II, Kraków
Dariusz Tabor, Institute of History of Art & Culture, Pontifical University
of John Paul II, Kraków
Piotr Oliński, Instytut Historii i Archiwistyki, Centrum Mediewistyczne,
Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń
The Winged Retable, c. 1450-1475: Old and New Concepts
between Reform and Renewal - The Example of Lesser Poland
(Language: English)
Dobrosława Horzela, Institute of History of Art & Culture, Pontifical
University of John Paul II, Krakow
The Cistercian Reform of Church Architecture in the 13th
Century: A Study of Selected Examples from Polish Lands
(Language: English)
Piotr Solarz, Institute of History of Art & Culture, Pontifical University of
John Paul II, Krakow
Hirsau and Cîteaux: Two Different Monastic Reforms and Their
Artistic Creations of the 12th and 13th Centuries in Central
Europe (Language: English)
Dariusz Tabor
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Parkinson Building: Room B.11
RENEWING HISTORICAL TRADITIONS
IMC Programming Committee,
Irina Redkova, Faculty of History, Lomonosov Moscow State University
‘Passionsmästaren’ in Late Medieval Gotland: Signs of Reform
and Renewal? (Language: English)
Ann-Catrine Eriksson, Institutionen för kultur- och medievetenskaper,
Umeå Universitet
Vita Bedae and Memory of Bede in Early 12th-Century England
(Language: English)
Stanislav Mereminskiy, Institute of World History, Russian Academy of
Sciences, Moscow
Symeon’s Libellus and the Identity of the Haliwerfolc (Language:
English)
Richard Vert, Department of History, Durham University
329
Baines Wing: Room 1.14
WRITING REFORM IN MEDIEVAL BRITAIN
Kate Ash, Department of English, Liverpool Hope University
Sarah Macmillan, Department of English, Liverpool Hope University
St Margaret the Reformer?: Fictions of 11th-Century Church
Reform in Scotland (Language: English)
Claire Harrill, Department of English Literature, University of
Birmingham
Judicial Reform in the Poetry of Chaucer and Lydgate (Language:
English)
Jen Hough, Department of English, Liverpool Hope University
Marian Influence and Literary ‘Reform’ in the Bannatyne
Manuscript (Language: English)
Lucy Rhiannon Hinnie, School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures,
University of Edinburgh
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
LIFE, DEATH, AND FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ANGLO-SAXON COMMUNITIES
Mary Blanchard, Department of History, Ave Maria University, Florida
Alison Hudson, Département d’Histoire, Arts et Archéologie, Université
Libre de Bruxelles
Reviving the Dead: Commemorative Texts and Community in
Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Jill Hamilton Clements, Department of English, Sweet Briar College,
Virginia
‘Servi regis’: Episcopal Preferment in the Community of the
King’s Councillors (Language: English)
Mary Blanchard
‘Pueri ad prandium sonum fecerint’: The Silent Disappearance of
Benedictine Child Religious, c. 950-1222? (Language: English)
Steven Hodgson, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
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Parkinson Building: Room B.09
RENEWAL IN MEDIEVAL SPANISH AND ENGLISH THEATRE
IMC Programming Committee,
Lenke Kovács, Departament de Filologia Catalana, Universitat Rovira i
Virgili, Tarragona
The Budding Rod: Renewing the Old Husband in the York
Joseph’s Trouble about Mary (Language: English)
Joe Ricke, Department of English, Taylor University, Indiana
Religious Renewal in Medieval Shepherds’ Plays from England
and Castile (Language: English)
Vicente Chacón Carmona, Departmento de Literatura Inglesa y
Norteamericana, Universidad de Sevilla
Renewal and Its Discourses in the N-Town Nativity Play
(Language: English)
Sarah Star, Department of English, University of Toronto
333
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD, III: PROVINCES AND FRONTIERS - ARABIA
Centre for Advanced Study of the Arab World (CASAW) / ‘Early Islamic
World’ Research Network, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds and Andrew Marsham,
School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures, University of Edinburgh
Hugh Kennedy, Department of the Languages & Cultures of the Near &
Middle East, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
Regeneration?: Archaeology of the 7th-8th Centuries in the Gulf,
Eastern Arabia, and the Western Indian Ocean (Language:
English)
Derek Kennet, Department of Archaeology, Durham University /
Department of Archaeology, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
The Transition from Late Antiquity to Early Islam in Western
Arabia (Language: English)
Harry Munt, Department of History, University of York
The Archaeology of the Red Sea in the 7th and 8th Centuries
(Language: English)
Donald S. Whitcomb, Department of Near Eastern Languages &
Civilizations, University of Chicago
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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334
University House: Great Woodhouse Room
HUMAN MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT IN THE MEDIEVAL MEDITERRANEAN
AT THE TIME OF THE HOLY LAND CRUSADES, C. 1050 - C. 1300, III
Jochen Schenk, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
William Purkis, Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham
Crossing the Landscape of Loss: Memory and Architecture in the
Laskarid Realm (Language: English)
Naomi Ruth Pitamber, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Centre for Hellenic
Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia
From Amalfi to Jerusalem: The Hospital of St John at the Time of
the Blessed Gerard (Language: English)
Giuseppe Perta, MEDAlics - Centro di Ricerca per la Relazioni
Mediterranee, Università per Stranieri ‘Dante Alighieri’, Reggio Calabria
Dealing with Nomadic Populations in the Latin Kingdom of
Jerusalem (Language: English)
Jochen Schenk
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Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
MESSIANIC REDEMPTION IN MEDIEVAL ASHKENAZ: HANUKKAH AND
PASSOVER
Sara Offenberg, Department of Jewish Art, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat
Gan
Sara Offenberg
Between Heaven and Earth: The Journey of the Soul and the
Redemption of Man in Hokhmat ha-Nefesh of R. Eleazar of
Worms (Language: English)
Inbal Gur Ben Yitzhak, Department of Jewish Thought, Bar-Ilan
University, Ramat Gan
The Castilian Reception of German Pietist Practices for
Redemption from Sin: The Case of R. Joseph Hamadan
(Language: English)
Leore Sachs Shmueli, Department of Jewish Thought, Bar-Ilan
University, Ramat Gan
336
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
PILGRIMAGE, II: SANCTITY AND HAGIOGRAPHY
Lancaster University
Philip Booth, Department of History, Lancaster University and Adrian
Cornell du Houx, Department of History, Lancaster University
David Defries, Department of History, Kansas State University
Pilgrimage, Apocalypse, and the Hagiographer, c. 1000
(Language: English)
Adrian Cornell du Houx
The Search for Sanctity: Orthodox Hagiography and the Holy
Land in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Andrew T. Jotischky, Department of History, University of Lancaster
The Pilgrimages of Angela da Foligno: The Road to Assisi
(Language: English)
Ella Kilgallon, School of History, Queen Mary, University of London
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
CISTERCIANS, III: KIRKSTALL ABBEY GUEST HOUSE - A MULTIDISCIPLINARY INVESTIGATION
Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Richard Thomason, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of
Newfoundland
The Structural Development of Kirkstall Abbey Guest House
(Language: English)
Stuart Wrathmell, West Yorkshire Archaeology Service, Leeds
The Small Finds and Material Culture of Kirkstall Abbey Guest
House (Language: English)
Holly Duncan, Albion Archaeology, Central Bedfordshire Council
Identifying Guests of Kirkstall Abbey in the Later Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Richard Thomason
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
WRITING HISTORY IN THE URBAN WORLD: THE LOW COUNTRIES AND THE
NORTH OF FRANCE, 1100-1600, II
Réseau des médiévistes belges de langue française
Nicolas Ruffini-Ronzani, Département d’histoire, Facultés Universitaires
Notre-Dame de la Paix, Université de Namur
Nicolas Ruffini-Ronzani
The Diary of Ghent: Late Medieval Historiography between
Conflict and Memory (Language: English)
Tineke van Gassen, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Urban History Writing in Its Political Context: How External
Relations Show Aspects of Urban Identity in Late Medieval
Holland (Language: English)
Jenine de Vries, Department of History, Durham University
No Urban Historiography?: Who Said So? (Language: English)
Marie van Eeckenrode, Faculté de Philosophie, Arts et Lettres,
Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
339
University House: Beechgrove Room
APPROACHES TO LATE MEDIEVAL COURT RECORDS, III: REPUTATIONS AND
IDENTITIES
St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
James Page, Department of History, Durham University
Guy Geltner, Faculteit van Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit van
Amsterdam
‘Thow art a strong theffe and that wil y prove’: The Production
of Reputation in the London Church Courts, 1470-1530
(Language: English)
Tom Johnson, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology, Birkbeck,
University of London
The Legal and Social Ramifications of ‘Ethnic’ Identity in the
English-Controlled Lands in Ireland, 1252-1300 (Language:
English)
Stephen Hewer, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin
Sexual Assault and Family Feuding in Late Medieval Zurich
(Language: English)
James Page
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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University House: Cloberry Room
CELTIC LITERATURE IN TOLKIEN’S MEDIEVALISM
Dimitra Fimi, Department of Humanities, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Dimitra Fimi
Tolkien, Brendan, and the Quest for The Lost Road (Language:
English)
Aurélie Brémont, Centre d’Études Médiévales Anglaises (CEMA),
Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris IV
Immram Roverandom (Language: English)
Kris Swank, Pima Community College, Tucson
Welsh Princesses and Cats: Tolkien’s Tale of Tinuviel and The
Gnomish Lexicon (Language: English)
Andrew Higgins, School of Education, Cardiff Metropolitan University
341
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
THE USE AND ABUSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES IN THE MODERN WORLD, II:
MEMORIALIZATION AND REINVENTION
CARMEN: Worldwide Medieval Network
Karl Christian Alvestad, Department of History, University of
Winchester and Katherine Weikert, Department of Archaeology /
Department of History, University of Winchester
Felicitas Schmieder, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Mounds of the Past, Monuments of the Present (Language:
English)
Karl Christian Alvestad
From Heretic to Hero: The Troubled Memorialization of Fra
Dolcino and the Order of Apostles (Language: English)
Jerry B. Pierce, Division of Arts & Humanities, Pennsylvania State
University, Hazleton
342
Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
PERFORMING MEDIEVAL TEXT
Pauline Souleau, St Peter’s College, University of Oxford
Racha Kirakosian, Department of German Languages & Literatures,
Harvard University
‘Cis a cui je sui ami’: The Performance of Vernacular Song in a
Polyphonic Context (Language: English)
Matthew Thomson, St Peter’s College, University of Oxford
Of Narrative and Performative Masks: François Villon and
Georges Brassens - ‘polissons de la chanson’ (Language: English)
Pauline Souleau
Performing the Jena Songbook (Language: English)
Henry Hope, Magdalen College, University of Oxford
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
COMMUNICATION AND THE EXPLOITATION OF KNOWLEDGE, III
Onderzoekschool Mediëvistiek
Marco Mostert, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht and Catrien Santing, Afdeling
Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Catrien Santing
Speaking of the Senses: Non-Textual Knowledge in Mandeville’s
Travels (Language: English)
Anne Rutten, Departement Geschiedenis en Kunstgeschiedenis,
Universiteit Utrecht
Text/Image: The Blurred Lines between Pictures and the
Written Word in Medieval Manuscripts (Language: English)
Suzette van Haaren, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht
The Structure and Development of a Medieval Town Secretary in
Brabant: The Case of Oisterwijk, c. 1230-1550 (Language:
English)
Mark Vermeer, Department of History & Art History, Universiteit
Utrecht
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
LAUNCH OF THE DICTIONARY OF MEDIEVAL NAMES FROM EUROPEAN
SOURCES
Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Durham University
Sara L. Uckelman, Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies,
Durham University
Sara L. Uckelman
Introduction to the Dictionary of Medieval Names from
European Sources (Language: English)
Sara L. Uckelman
Medieval Names Renewed: How Medieval Are the Names in 19thCentury Novels about the Middle Ages? (Language: English)
Nina Shiel, School of Applied Language & Intercultural Studies, Dublin
City University
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
ANNUAL EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE LECTURE: CAROLINGIAN CULTURES OF
DIALOGUE AND DEBATE
Early Medieval Europe
Was Christianity incompatible with public debate? There is a persistent
and widespread idea that there was an ‘end of dialogue’ in Late
Antiquity, because the church demanded obedience to authority, and
did not encourage debate and criticism. Presumably, this also held true
for the early Middle Ages. Mayke de Jong’s research into the narratives
concerning the rebellions of the 830s against Louis the Pious (814-840)
taught us differently: these revolts triggered debates that went on for
decades. The focus of the ensuing struggle for truth and legitimation
after the event were the ruler and his court, but there was also a wider
group of leading men who, by virtue of their public office carried a
heavier moral burden than others. Their accountability to God and the
ruler defined the extent of the Carolingian public domain.
Since the publication of The Penitential State in 2009 there has been a
wealth of new and inspiring research, all of which has dispelled the
hoary old notion that Late Antique and early medieval dialogue and
debate only existed as a dutiful didactic and literary genre, far removed
from the rough and tumble of the political arena. This lecture will
review some of this recent work, much of which has been presented at
the Leeds IMC, and then will concentrate on one particularly vicious
letter ascribed to Pope Gregory IV, supposedly written in June 833 on
the Field of Lies. Was this letter a typical product of a Frankish public
debate? And if so, what was ‘public’ about such debates?
The journal Early Medieval Europe (published by Wiley) is very pleased
to sponsor what is intended to become the Annual Early Medieval
Europe Lecture at the International Medieval Congress. By contributing
a major scholarly lecture to the Congress programme the journal aims
to highlight the importance of the Congress to scholars working in early
medieval European history and to support further research in this field.
Early Medieval Europe is an interdisciplinary journal encouraging the
discussion of archaeology, numismatics, palaeography, diplomatic,
literature, onomastics, art history, linguistics and epigraphy, as well as
more traditional historical approaches. It covers Europe in its entirety,
including material on Iceland, Ireland, the British Isles, Scandinavia
and Continental Europe (both west and east). Further information
about the journal and details on how to submit material to it are
available
at
http://eu.wiley.com
(the
full
url
is
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%2914680254). All those attending are warmly invited to join members of the
editorial board after the lecture for a glass of wine.
Please note that admission to this event will be on a first-come, firstserved basis as there will be no tickets for the event. Please ensure
that you arrive as early as possible to avoid disapointment.
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
SPACES AND PLACES AS ANALYTICAL TOOLS FOR HISTORICAL RESEARCH: A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
‘Cities of Readers: Religious Literacies in the Long 15th Century’ Project,
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Felicitas Schmieder, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Margriet Hoogvliet, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - French,
University of Leeds / Vakgroep Mediaevistiek, Rijksuniversiteit
Groningen
The spatial turn in the social sciences is increasingly informing historical
research. Recently several publications about the Middle Ages and Early
Modern period have used the concepts of ‘space’ and ‘place’ as the
theoretical basis of their research, including at times historical maps
and modern maps of historical situations as visual tools. This
theoretical ‘Mapping’ session aims at the exchange of theoretical
approaches and the exploration of new ideas: where do we stand in the
further elaboration of Braudel’s, Lefebvre’s, Deleuze’s, and Guattari’s
ideas? How can we use lieux de mémoire and lieux de savoir in our
research?
Participants include Sabrina Corbellini (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen),
Paul D. A. Harvey (Durham University), Keith Lilley (Queen’s University
Belfast), Catrien Santing (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen), Bogumil Szady
(The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin), and Magnus Williamson
(Newcastle University).
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IMITATION AS A CULTURAL MATRIX: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Netzwerk ‘Imitation: Mechanismen
eines kulturellen Prinzips im Mittelalter’
Melanie Brunner, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Melanie Brunner
‘Imitation: Mechanisms of a Medieval Cultural Principle’ aims to
examine imitation as a conscious act of copying persons, objects,
actions, or ideas; the concept of imitation therefore provides a prism
for the study of medieval culture, as well as medieval concepts of
authority, originality, and authenticity, the link between tradition and
legitimacy, and the tension between tradition and innovation. Our
project brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines, and the
round table will consider acts of imitation as well as medieval
reflections about imitation, discussing new approaches to Medieval
Studies through the examination of imitation as a cultural matrix.
Participants include Birgit Kynast (Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität,
Mainz), Irina Redkova (Lomonosov Moscow State University), Christof
Rolker (Universität Zürich), Gerald Schwedler (Universität Zürich), and
Jörg Sonntag (Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig /
Technische Universität, Dresden).
MONDAY 06 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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University House: St George Room
(MIS-)USING DIGITAL TOOLS IN THE DIGITAL PALAEOGRAPHY AGE: A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
University of Exeter
Francisco José Álvarez López, Department of Modern Languages,
University of Exeter / Department of History, King’s College London
Francisco José Álvarez López
In the last few years the number of projects that have endeavoured to
bring the fields of Palaeography and Manuscript Studies to the core of
Digital Humanities has been outstanding. They have taken a variety of
shapes and forms. Some have aimed at providing researchers and the
general public with (sometimes free) access to medieval manuscripts
held at certain repositories. Others have gone further and produced
digital tools to allow scholars to gain much more detailed knowledge
about the hands of the scribes themselves. Among the latter, ‘Digipal’
features prominently. With this round table we intend to open up a
discussion about the use and misuse of these tools when approaching
palaeographical descriptions or editions. What makes them useful? How
can we get the most out of them?
Participants include Stewart J. Brookes (King’s College London) and
Ainoa Castro (Ohio State University).
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Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
THE PUBLIC MEDIEVALIST: WHAT IT MEANS FOR MEDIEVALISTS TO BE
PUBLIC INTELLECTUALS TODAY - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Graduate Student Committee, Medieval Academy of America
Christopher Riedel, Department of History, Boston College,
Massachusetts and Alice Isabella Sullivan, Department of History of Art,
University of Michigan
Sanne Frequin, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies Amsterdam,
Universiteit van Amsterdam
This round table will consider what it means today for a medievalist to
be a public intellectual. Current developments in the popularization of
the sciences, such as Neil deGrasse-Tyson’s revisitation of Carl Sagan’s
TV series Cosmos, have enabled scientists such as deGrasse-Tyson to
enjoy some cachet as ‘public intellectuals’. How might the humanities,
and medievalists in particular, do it? Popular culture is full of elements
that resonate as ‘medieval’, but what is the proper role for a
medievalist public intellectual beyond being a film consultant or a
respondent? What career opportunities might present themselves along
these lines to young professionals?
Participants include Matthew Gabriele (Virginia Polytechnic Institute &
State University), Andrew James Johnston (Freie Universität Berlin),
Erik Kwakkel (Universiteit Leiden), and Alice Sullivan (University of
Michigan),
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Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
CREEPY-CRAWLIES: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Medieval Animal Data-Network (MAD), Central European University,
Budapest
Alice Choyke, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Already for some years the Medieval Animal Data-Network (MAD) has
been organising a round table discussion at the Leeds congress
concentrating on one (group of) animal(s) and their role, perception,
and functions in the medieval world. While we discussed ‘Whales’ in
2014, the 2015 meeting concentrates on ‘Creepy-Crawlies’ to be
discussed in multidisciplinary perspectives.
Participants include Alice Choyke (Central European University,
Budapest), Michael Mecklenburg (Universität Kassel), Irina Metzler
(Swansea University), Mónica Ann Walker Vadillo (University of
Louisville, Kentucky), and Kathleen Walker-Meikle (University of York).
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
REFORMING SCHOLARSHIP: PUBLISHING, NETWORKS, AND INDIVIDUALS IN
THE DIGITAL AGE? - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Centre for Gender & Women’s Studies, Trinity College Dublin / Royal
Studies Network / History of Women in Medieval Ireland, Wales &
Scotland / Network for Gender & Legal History
Linsey F. Hunter, Centre for History, University of the Highlands &
Islands
Linsey F. Hunter
This sessions invites scholars who are developing strong thematic
networks to talk about the process of hosting and producing free, openaccess and peer-reviewed online journals. We will discuss the proactive
role of academics in supporting new publication outlets, whether as
contributors, editors or readers. We will explore the necessity of this
venture in the age of the REF and consider reforming networks as a
means of crowdsourcing skills and transforming them into valuable
publications for the academic and wider community.
Participants include Gillian Kenny (Trinity College Dublin), Sara Mederos
(University of Lincoln), and Elena Woodacre (University of Winchester).
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Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
‘NEW’ TOLKIEN: THE FALL OF ARTHUR AND THE BEOWULF TRANSLATION - A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Dimitra Fimi, Department of Humanities, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Gerard Hynes, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
This session will focus on works by J. R. R. Tolkien edited and published
recently by his son and literary executor, Christopher Tolkien. Speakers
will comment on Tolkien’s unfinished alliterative poem The Fall of
Arthur (2013) and his translation of Beowulf (2014) which was
published together with Tolkien’s commentary and related Beowulfinspired literary pieces.
Participants include Mark Atherton (University of Oxford), Dimitra Fimi
(Cardiff Metropolitan University), and Nick Groom (University of
Exeter).
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NEW APPROACHES TO ANGLO-NORSE LANGUAGE CONTACT
Viking Society for Northern Research
Alison Finlay, Department of English & Humanities, Birkbeck, University
of London
Alison Finlay
‘Now after their examples’: Reassessing the English Question in
the Prologue of the First Grammatical Treatise (Language:
English)
Nikolas Gunn, Department of English & Related Literature, University of
York
Ælfric’s Excerptiones in Iceland: Accounting for Possible
Influences of Old English Grammatical Texts on Icelandic
Learned Literature (Language: English)
Ryder Patzuk-Russell, Department of History, University of Birmingham
Linguistic Give and Take: Anglo-Scandinavian Interaction in
Minor Place-Names from North-West England (Language: English)
Eleanor Rye, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham
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NEW DIRECTIONS IN MANUSCRIPT STUDIES: QUEER READINGS, I
Roberta Magnani, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University and Diane Watt, School of English &
Languages, University of Surrey
Liz Herbert McAvoy, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University
Queering Medieval Manuscripts: Anachronism, Asynchrony, and
Agency (Language: English)
Angela Bennett Segler, Department of English, University of Nevada,
Reno
Queer Futurities: Reorienting Adam Scriveyn (Language: English)
Jonathan Hsy, GW Digital Humanities Institute, George Washington
University
Gower Out of Time and Place (Language: English)
Malte Urban, School of English, Queen’s University Belfast
On the Edge: Chaucer and Gower’s Queer Glosses (Language:
English)
Roberta Magnani and Diane Watt
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REFORM OF/THROUGH EMOTIONS AND EMOTIONAL SYSTEMS IN MEDIEVAL
ART AND THOUGHT
Kunstgeschichtliches Institut, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Johanna Scheel, Kunstgeschichtliches Institut, Goethe-Universität,
Frankfurt am Main
Maria Gordusenko, Department of History of Art, University of
Edinburgh
Demonic Emotions and Reformed Behavior in Gothic Sculpture
(Language: English)
Brigit G. Ferguson, Department of the History of Art & Architecture,
University of California, Santa Barbara
Just Fear?: Picturing the Apocalypse in Medieval Art (Language:
English)
Johanna Scheel
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DYNASTICISM IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN EUROPE AND BEYOND, IV:
THE JAGIELLONIANS IN HUNGARY AND BOHEMIA
European Research Council Project ‘The Jagiellonians: Dynasty,
Memory & Identity in Central Europe’, University of Oxford
Ilya Afanasyev, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Natalia M. Nowakowska, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
‘Querela Hungariae’: Hungarian Requests for Aid against the
Ottomans to Western Powers in the 1520s (Language: English)
Attila Bárány, MTA-DE Lendület Research Group / Department of
History, University of Debrecen
Family and Dynasty Across Borders: The Jagiellonians in the
Kingdom of Hungary (Language: English)
Stanislava Kuzmová, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
(TORCH), University of Oxford
Did Dynasty Matter in the Late Middle Ages?: Familial and
National Logics in Bohemian Responses to the Jagiellonians,
1420–1526 (Language: English)
Ilya Afanasyev
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MAPPINGS, I: WORLD MAPS, (I)
Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Felicitas Schmieder, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Paul D. A. Harvey, Department of History, Durham University
Voyages through Language: The Distribution of Latin and
Vernacular Languages on Medieval World Maps (Language:
English)
Dale Kedwards, Independent Scholar, Stourbridge
Climatic Zones on the Oldest Map from the Olomouc Research
Library (Language: English)
Tomáš Klimek, Manuscriptorium Digital Library, Národní knihovna
České republiky, Praha
The Geography of Salvation versus ‘Realistic’ Representations of
Geographical Spaces on Medieval Mappae Mundi (Language:
English)
Felicitas Schmieder
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University House: Beechgrove Room
TOUCHING THE BODY IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Jessica Legacy, School of Languages, Literature & Culture, University of
Edinburgh
Phoebe Catherine Linton, School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures,
University of Edinburgh
Blood Letting, Blood Forbidden: The Ambiguous Taboo of Blood
in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Jessica Legacy
Spiritual Reform and Physical Renewal in Late Medieval Drama
(Language: English)
Helen Frances Smith, School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures,
University of Edinburgh
Touching the Body in High Medieval Childbirth Miracles
(Language: English)
Fiona Harris-Stoertz, Department of History, Trent University, Ontario
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TRANSFORMATION AT THE DAWN OF GREGORIAN REFORM: THE POPE, THE
COLLEGE OF CARDINALS, AND THE LEGATE
Brenda M. Bolton, University of London and Jill A. Franklin, Corpus of
Romanesque Sculpture in Britain & Ireland, London
Lindy Grant, Department of History, University of Reading
‘Nourished since childhood at Ambrosian sources’: The Milanese
Pope Alexander II, 1061-1073, and the Architecture of Reform
(Language: English)
Jill A. Franklin
The Rise of the Cardinals, c. 1049 - c. 1100: Reform, Reaction,
Counsel, Ambition, and Self-Awareness (Language: English)
Peter Firth, School of History, University of Liverpool
The Influence of Papal Legates on the Transformation of
Spanish Art in the Second Half of the 11th Century (Language:
English)
Rose Walker, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
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THE EXPERIENCES OF GROWING UP IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETY, I
Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
Miriam Müller, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
Miriam Müller
Terrible Teens: Osteological Evidence for Migration, Work, and
Health in Medieval England (Language: English)
Mary Elizabeth Lewis, Department of Archaeology, University of
Reading
Stop Playing the Galaunt: The Renunciation of Youth in 15thCentury England (Language: English)
Emily Jane Rozier, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Killed by Evil-Doers and Bitten by Pigs: The Hazardous
Experiences of Medieval Childhood as Shown through Coroner’s
Rolls (Language: English)
Janine Bryant, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
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THE ROLE OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE MEDIEVAL HOSPITAL: HISTORY,
ADMINISTRATION, AND CARE
St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Anna Peterson, School of History, University of St Andrews
Sethina Watson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
In Safe Hands: Management and Care at Barcelona’s Hospitals
(Language: English)
Clara Jáuregui, Institut de Recerca en Cultures Medievals (IRCVM),
Universitat de Barcelona
The Memory and Invention of Founders in Medieval Siena and
Narbonne (Language: English)
Anna Peterson
‘Los enfantz gitatz’: Abandoned Infants and (Wet)Nurses at the
Hôpital Saint-Esprit in Marseille, 1300-1450 (Language: English)
Caley McCarthy, Department of History, McGill University, Montréal
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RELIGIOUS NONCONFORMISM, I: DISSIDENCE IN MANUSCRIPTS
Justine Trombley, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University
of St Andrews
Claire Taylor, Department of History, University of Nottingham
‘In novissimis temporibus sustinere debent multa scandala et
tribulationes et persecutiones’: Evidence for Apocalyptic
Catharism in Firenze, Conventi sopressi, MS J II 44 (Language:
English)
David Zbíral, Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk
University, Brno
The Hermit and the False Prophets: Paolo Giustiniani, Gabriele
Biondo, and the Question of Spiritual Charisma in Renaissance
Italy (Language: English)
Michele Lodone, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
(EHESS), Paris / Dipartimento di Storia, Scuola Normale Superiore di
Pisa
‘Vox diabolica est’: A Forgotten Paduan Manuscript and the
Speculum simplicium animarum (Language: English)
Justine Trombley
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Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
EMOTIONS IN BYZANTINE CULTURE, I
Open University of Israel, Raanana
Stavroula Constantinou, Department of Byzantine & Modern Greek
Studies, University of Cyprus and Mati Meyer, Department of Literature,
Language & Arts, Open University of Israel, Raanana
Mati Meyer
Performative Manuscripts: Byzantine Illuminations and the Holy
Space of Emotions (Language: English)
Valentina Cantone, Dipartimento dei Beni Culturali: Archeologia, Storia
dell’Arte, del Cinema e della Musica, Università di Padova
Emperors and Patriarchs in Early Byzantium: Emotional
Response Patterns (Language: English)
Andriani Georgiou, Open University of Cyprus / Centre Paul AlbertFévrier, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-en-Provence
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
‘THROUGH THE WIDE BRIDGES’: HONOURING THOMAS S. BROWN, I
Centre for Renaissance & Medieval Studies, University of Edinburgh
Thomas J. MacMaster, School of History, Classics & Archaeology,
University of Edinburgh and Nicholas Matheou, Faculty of Oriental
Studies, University of Oxford
Thomas J. MacMaster
The Armenians in Reconquered East Roman Italy: Prolegomena
to a Comparative Study (Language: English)
Nicholas Matheou
Bishops and Merchants: The Economy of Ravenna at the
Beginnings of the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Enrico Cirelli, Dipartimento di Archeologia, Università di Bologna
Renovatio, Continuity, Innovation: Ravenna’s Role in
Legitimation and Collective Memory, 8th-9th Centuries (Language:
English)
Nicole Lopez-Jantzen, History Department, Queensborough Community
College, City University of New York
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NEW APPROACHES TO VENANTIUS FORTUNATUS, I
Hope Deejune Williard, School of History, University of Leeds
Joseph Pucci, Department of Classics, Brown University
L’Ancien et le Nouveau: Deux notions centrales de la poétique
chrétienne de Fortunat dans les carmina (Language: Français)
Gaëlle Herbert de la Portbarré-Viard, Textes et documents de la
Méditerranée antique et médiévale (CPAF-TDMAM - UMR 7297), AixMarseille Université, Aix-en-Provence
Venantius Fortunatus and the Holy Cross (Language: English)
Oliver Ehlen, Institut für Altertumswissenschaften, Friedrich-SchillerUniversität Jena
San Martino e gli animali: Lepri, cani e serpenti tra riscrittura
parafrastica, emulazione letteraria ed esercizio di stile
(Language: Italiano)
Stefano Di Brazzano, Dipartimento di Cultura Classica, Liceo classico e
linguistico statale ‘F. Petrarca’, Trieste
Michael Roberts, Department of Classical Studies, Wesleyan University,
Connecticut
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NETWORKS & NEIGHBOURS, I: BEYOND CONTINUITY AND REVIVAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF IDENTITY IN EARLY MEDIEVAL BRITAIN
Networks & Neighbours
Paul Gorton, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds, James
Michael Harland, Department of History, University of York and Catalin
Taranu, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
James Gerrard, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, University of
Newcastle
The ‘Germanic’ Origins of the Anglo-Saxons: Continuity or
Revival? (Language: English)
Catalin Taranu
The Wledig and Romano-British Identity in the Early Medieval
Period (Language: English)
Paul Gorton
Attitudes and Their Implications: The Ethnic Problem in AngloSaxon Archaeology (Language: English)
James Michael Harland
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Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
REFORM AND THE CLERGY, I: CORRECTIO IN THE 9TH AND 10TH CENTURIES
Julia Steuart Barrow, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Catherine Cubitt, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Correctio in Bad Latin?: Local Communities and the Carolingian
Reforms (Language: English)
Carine van Rhijn, Departement Geschiedenis en Kunstgeschiedenis,
Universiteit Utrecht
Kulturkampf: Putting Priests on Trial in the 9th/19th Century
(Language: English)
Charles West, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Political Calculations or Pastoral Duty?: Monastic Reform and
the Bishop in the 10th-Century Church Province of Reims
(Language: English)
Ortwin Huysmans, Onderzoeksgroep Geschiedenis van de
Middeleeuwen, KU Leuven
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LEAVING THE SOLITUDE: HERMITS AND REFORM
Daniela Hoffmann, Historisches Institut, Universität Mannheim and
Meta Niederkorn-Bruck, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
Meta Niederkorn-Bruck
William of Modena and John of Toledo: A Hermit and a Monk as
Papal Agents of Reform and Renewal (Language: English)
Björn Gebert, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Darmstadt,
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Reform and Conflict: The Grandmontine Rule in Its Historical
Context (Language: English)
Daniela Hoffmann
Five Steps Downhill: The Typological Sequence of Carthusian
Architectural Adaption to New Surroundings (Language: English)
Elke Nagel, Fakultät für Architektur, Technische Universität München
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CHANGE AND CONTINUITY IN HIGH MEDIEVAL MONASTERIES, I: SANCTITY,
SAINTS, AND THE SAINT-SEEKERS
Graduate Centre of Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Ruth Salter, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
Harriet Mahood, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
The Curse and the Cure: The Impact of Learned Medicine on
Hagiographical Representations of Insanity in 12th-Century
England (Language: English)
Claire Trenery, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Leprosy and Sainthood in the High Middle Ages (Language:
English)
Katie Phillips, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
From Urbanist to Reformed: Colettine Reforms in 15th-Century
France (Language: English)
Anna Campbell, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
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OBSERVANCE AND ITS DISCONTENTS: CASE STUDIES FROM THE IBERIAN
LANDS
Kathryne Beebe, Department of History, University of Texas, Arlington
and James D. Mixson, Department of History, University of Alabama
Kathryne Beebe
Observance, Reform, and Conflicted Memory among the
Dominicans of Late Medieval Aragon (Language: English)
Robin Vose, Department of History, St Thomas University, New
Brunswick
The 1440 Reform of Santa Maria de Montserrat by the
Congregation of Santa Giustina de Padua Revisited (Language:
English)
Daniel Gullo, Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, Saint John’s University,
Minnesota
Jeronymites, Isidrites, and Reform in the Age of Philip II and
Trent (Language: English)
Timothy J. Schmitz, Department of History, Wofford College, South
Carolina
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MORE THAN WORDS: NEW APPROACHES TO HISTORICAL SEMANTICS, I
Historisches Seminar, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Tim Geelhaar, Historisches Seminar, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am
Main and Roland Scheel, Skandinavisches Seminar, Georg-AugustUniversität Göttingen
Tim Geelhaar
Alms to the Poor in Merovingian Society? (Language: English)
Philip Zimmermann, Historisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
Women, Communication, and Power in the Language of
Carolingian Charters (Language: English)
Roberta Cimino, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Between History and Mythological Past: Semantic Change in
Saxo Grammaticus’s Gesta Danorum (Language: English)
Roland Scheel
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NEW POWER, STATE’S INTEGRATION, TRANSFORMING SOCIETY: THE
EXAMPLE OF MEDIEVAL POLAND
Sobiesław Szybkowski, Instytut Historii, Uniwersytet Gdański
Beata Możejko, Zakład Historii Średniowiecza Polski i Nauk
Pomocniczych Historii, Uniwersytet Gdański
War, Trade, Investments: The Process of Integration of
Pomerania and Poland between the 10th and 12th Centuries
(Language: English)
Jędrzej Szerle, Zakład Historii Średniowiecza Polski i Nauk
Pomocniczych Historii, Uniwersytet Gdański
Reforms in Marriage Strategies of the Greater Polish Higher
Nobility in Late Medieval Times, Late 14th to the Early 16th
Century (Language: English)
Witold Brzeziński, Institute of Pedagogy, Uniwersytet Kazimierza
Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy
How Much Power to the King, How Much to the People?:
Introduction of a New System of Government in Royal Prussia
after 1454 (Language: English)
Sobiesław Szybkowski
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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REFORM AND RENEWAL: KOMNENIAN PRELATES IN CHANGING
CIRCUMSTANCES
Péter Bara, Institute of History, University of Szeged
Christian Gastgeber, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Nikolaos: Bishop of Andida - Commentator of Constantinople
(Language: English)
Roland Betancourt, Department of Art History, University of California,
Irvine
Changes in the Approach to the Latin Church between the 11th
and the 12th Century (Language: English)
Alessandra Bucossi, Dipartimento Studi Umanistici, Università Ca’
Foscari Venezia
Rejection of an Episcopal Paradigm?: The Case of Leo of
Chalcedon Revisited (Language: English)
Péter Bara
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University House: Great Woodhouse Room
WYCLIFFE, HUS, AND THE IMPACT OF REFORM, I: THE PUZZLE OF
TRANSMISSION
Lollard Society / Centrum Medievistických Studií, Akademie vĕd České
Republiky, Praha / Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien
Petra Mutlová, Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk University,
Brno
Anne Hudson, Faculty of English, University of Oxford
Translating Jerome: Aspects of Wycliffite Biblical Scholarship at
Oxford (Language: English)
Kantik Ghosh, Faculty of English, University of Oxford
Recording and Rewriting Jan Hus’s Sermons from 1410-1412
(Language: English)
Pavel Soukup, Centrum Medievistických Studií, Akademie vĕd České
Republiky, Praha
Reception, Translation, and Manipulation: Latin Rewriting of
Hussite Texts in 15th-Century Bohemia (Language: English)
Jan Odstrcilík, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
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APOCALYPSE, PROPHECY, AND REFORM, I
St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Matthew Gabriele, Department of Religion & Culture, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute & State University and James Palmer, St Andrews
Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Helen Foxhall Forbes, Department of History, Durham University
Reforming the Rustici: Heresy and Apocalypse in Bede’s Letter
to Plegwine (Language: English)
Peter Darby, Department of History, University of Nottingham
The Final Countdown and the Spread of Apocalyptic Thought in
the 7th Century (Language: English)
Immo Warntjes, School of History & Anthropology, Queen’s University
Belfast
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
TRANSITION AND CHANGE IN LATER MEDIEVAL WAR, I: PERCEPTIONS AND
IMPLICATIONS
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Trevor Russell Smith, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
and Iason-Eleftherios Tzouriadis, Institute for Medieval Studies,
University of Leeds
Ralph Moffat, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow Museums
Why Were There No Revolutions in Medieval Military History
800-1500? (Language: English)
Matthew Bennett, Independent Scholar, Hartley Wintney
‘More Like Slaves Than Soldiers’?: Perspectives on the Military
Aspects of Mid-Tudor Rebellions (Language: English)
Alex Hodgkins, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Object Imaginations: Weapons and Armour in 13th- and 14thCentury Illuminated German Manuscripts (Language: English)
Romana Kaske, Fakultät für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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POWER & INSTITUTIONS IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM & CHRISTENDOM (PIMIC), I:
(RE)WRITING THE PAST - MEMORY AND POLITICAL CULTURE IN EAST AND
WEST
Power & Institutions in Medieval Islam & Christendom (PIMIC), Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Sarah Greer, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of
St Andrews
Jinty Nelson, Department of History, King’s College London
Reassessing the Past in the Primordia of Hrotsvitha of
Gandersheim (Language: English)
Sarah Greer
Arabic Biographical Dictionaries as Archives of the Scholarly
Community?: Ibn ʿAsākir’s History of Damascus (Language:
English)
Paula Manstetten, Department of the Languages & Cultures of the Near
& Middle East, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of
London
Remembering the Future: Genealogical Authority in the
Carolingian World (Language: English)
Stuart Airlie, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
DAMNATIO MEMORIAE: REFORM, RENEWAL, AND RHETORICS OF
LEGITIMATION IN LATE ANTIQUITY
Centre for Antique, Medieval & Pre-Modern Studies (CAMPS), National
University of Ireland, Galway
Christopher Doyle, Department of History, National University of
Ireland, Galway
Mark Humphries, Department of History & Classics / Centre for
Medieval & Early Modern Research, Swansea University
An Accidental Damnatio memoriae?: Concealed Imperial
Standards from 4th-Century Rome (Language: English)
Victoria Leonard, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Figuratio memoriae: Reading Exempla in Ammianus
Marcellinus’s Imperial Necrologies (Language: English)
Richard Flower, Department of Classics & Ancient History, University of
Exeter
Damnatio memoriae or Creatio memoriae?: Memory Sanctions
as Creative Processes in the 4th Century (Language: English)
Adrastos Omissi, Oriel College, University of Oxford
Obliterate, Reinsert, Repeat? Two Cases of Damnatio memoriae
in Late Antiquity, 392-408 (Language: English)
Christopher Doyle
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THE IMPACT OF RELIGIOUS REFORM ON THE ROMANESQUE ART OF ARAGÓN
Research Project ‘Art & Religious Reforms in Medieval Spain’
(HAR2012-38037), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Marta Poza Yagüe, Departamento de Historia del Arte I (Medieval),
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Ana Hernández Ferreirós, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
The Long Shadow of Rome: The Architecture of Jaca Cathedral
and the Gregorian Reform (Language: English)
Javier Martínez de Aguirre, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Portraying the Clergy in the Age of Reform: Images from Urban
Aragón (Language: English)
Julia Perratore, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Visual Hagiography and the Politics of Renewal and Reform in
Romanesque Aragon (Language: English)
Francisco de Asís García García, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
CONCEPTIONS OF THE PAST, I: MEDIEVAL HISTORIOGRAPHIC WRITING
BETWEEN REFORM AND RENEWAL
Centre for Medieval Literature, University of York & Syddansk
Universitet, Odense
Claudia Wittig, Centre for Medieval Literature, Syddansk Universitet,
Odense
Chris Lewis, Institute of Historical Research, University of London /
Department of History, King’s College London
Sourcing Language: Translation and the Production of Identity
in Anglo-Norman Histories (Language: English)
Emily Nelson, Department of Comparative Literature, King’s College
London
New Perspectives on the Empire: Notions of Translatio and
Renovatio Imperii in High Medieval Historiography (Language:
English)
Claudia Wittig
Writing History in an Expanded World: Forms and Developments
of Late Medieval World History Writing (Language: English)
Nadine Holzmeier, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
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Baines Wing: Room 1.14
WHAT DO WE ASSUME?: NEW THOUGHTS ON OLD MISREADINGS OF ANGLOSAXON LITERATURE
Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, King’s College London
Hana Videen, Department of English, King’s College London
Kathryn Maude, Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, King’s
College London
‘When we pray ourselves then we speak with God and when we
read then God speaks with us’: Translation and Dialogue as
Devotional Processes in the Vercelli Book (Language: English)
Rebecca Hardie, Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, King’s
College London
Battle and Blood: Reconsidering the Depiction of Violence in Old
English Poetry (Language: English)
Hana Videen
Rereading the Old English Orosius (Language: English)
Victoria Walker, Department of English Language & Literature, King’s
College London
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Parkinson Building: Room B.10
HAGIOGRAPHIC RENEWAL
IMC Programming Committee,
John S. Ott, Department of History, Portland State University, Oregon
Metaphrased Hagiographical Literature in the 11th-Century
Byzantium (Language: English)
Marijana Vukovic, Institutt for filosofi, ide- og kunsthistorie og klassiske
språk, Universitetet i Oslo
Re-Forming the Exemplum: Latin Tradition and the Long Silk
Road (Language: English)
Gabriel Ford, English Department, Davidson College, North Carolina
Hagiography in the Service of Counter-Reformation: De vita et
gestis Divi Hyacinthi opusculum of Nicolaus Hussoviensis
(Language: English)
Anna Ledzińska, Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of
Sciences, Kraków
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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SPIRITUAL RENEWALS, I
IMC Programming Committee,
William L. North, Department of History, Carleton College, Minnesota
Spiritual Renewal in Contemplating the Psalms and the
Resurrected Christ (Language: English)
Gamble Madsen, Faculty of Art, Monterey Peninsula College, California
Reverberations of Hesychasm in Wallachia and Moldavia in the
14th and 15th Centuries: A Spiritual Renewal (Language: English)
Georgiana Huian, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest /
Institut de Théologie Orthodoxe Saint-Serge, Paris
532
Parkinson Building: Room B.11
REFORM, THE READER, AND THE BOOK: THE DEVELOPMENT OF READING
HABITS AND PRACTICES IN REFORMATION ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND
Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Diane G. Scott, School of Critical Studies (English Language),
University of Glasgow
Johanna Green, School of Critical Studies (English Language),
University of Glasgow
The Politics of Reading and (Re)Writing in Reformation England:
Langland, Lydgate, and Textual Continuity (Language: English)
Diane G. Scott
Innovation and Tradition: The Changing Reading Communities
of Pitscottie’s Cronicles (Language: English)
Francesca Mackay, School of Critical Studies (English Language),
University of Glasgow
533
University House: Cloberry Room
THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD, IV: PROVINCES AND FRONTIERS - SYRIA,
IRAQ, AND THE EAST
Centre for Advanced Study of the Arab World (CASAW) / ‘Early Islamic
World’ Research Network, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds and Andrew Marsham,
School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures, University of Edinburgh
Mathieu Tillier, Département d’histoire, Université Paris-Sorbonne Paris IV
Khurasan: Economy and Ecology, 7th–8th Centuries (Language:
English)
Arezou Azad, Department of History, University of Birmingham
Economy and Social Changes in Early Islamic Syria and Iraq, c.
700-800 (Language: English)
Fanny Bessard, Department of the Languages & Cultures of the Near &
Middle East, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
Transformation of Sogdian Urban Life during the First Century
of Arab Rule (Language: English)
Aleksandr Naymark, Department of Fine Arts, Design, Art History,
Hofstra University
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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STUDIES IN THE HISTORY OF THE MILITARY RELIGIOUS ORDERS IN HONOUR
OF ALAN J. FOREY, I: THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN
Cardiff Centre for the Crusades, Cardiff University / Department of
History, California State University, Fullerton / Society for the Study of
the Crusades & the Latin East
Jochen Burgtorf, Department of History, California State University,
Fullerton
Peter Edbury, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Hospitallers, Templars, and the Papacy in the 12th Century
(Language: English)
Jochen Burgtorf
Athlit: Early 20th-Century Ideological Perceptions of a Crusader
Castle (Language: English)
Judith Bronstein, Department of General History, University of Haifa
Transporting the Holy Land to the Baltic: Influences of the
Eastern Mediterranean on the Early Castles of the Teutonic
Order in Prussia, 1230-1309 (Language: English)
Gregory J. Leighton, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
535
Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
RENEWAL AND RE-WRITING: MONASTIC REFORM AND HISTORIOGRAPHICAL
DISCOURSE IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Benjamin Pohl, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Steven Vanderputten, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
‘Harming to Help’ and Affective Reform at 11th-Century Fécamp
(Language: English)
Lauren Mancia, Department of History, Brooklyn College, City
University of New York
‘From where do saints come marching in?’: Reforming the
Memory of St Ursula in Cologne (Language: English)
Daniel Brown, Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
Monastic Communities in Conflict: Managing Internal Conflict
during Reform (Language: English)
Isabella Bolognese, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - Italian,
University of Leeds
536
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
PILGRIMAGE, III: ENGLAND AND WALES
Lancaster University
Philip Booth, Department of History, Lancaster University and Adrian
Cornell du Houx, Department of History, Lancaster University
Paul Hayward, Department of History, Lancaster University
The Pilgrim’s Journey in Medieval Wales (Language: English)
Kathryn Hurlock, Department of History, Politics & Philosophy,
Manchester Metropolitan University
Dedicated Followers of Fashion?: The Origins and Popularity of
Medieval East Anglian Cults (Language: English)
Michael Schmoelz, School of History, University of East Anglia
Pilgrims and Miracle Stories: Comparing Shrines’ Influence and
Longevity (Language: English)
Ian Styler, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
CISTERCIANS, IV: CISTERCIANS AND THE WRITTEN WORD
Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of
Newfoundland
You Must Remember This: The Recording and Preservation of
Exempla in Britain and Ireland, c. 1200 (Language: English)
Helen Birkett, Department of History, University of Exeter
Writing and Rewriting Exempla Collections in the 14th Century:
The Case of Stams, Stiftsbibliothek, 67 (Language: English)
Stefano Mula, Department of Italian, Middlebury College, Vermont
To be confirmed (Language: English)
Harriet Webster, Independent Scholar, Bristol
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Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
BOOM OR BUST?: CREDIT, REPUTATION, AND INNOVATION IN LATE
MEDIEVAL TOWNS - PAPERS IN HONOUR OF RICHARD BRITNELL AND JOHN
MUNRO, I
Peter Larson, Department of History, University of Central Florida
Chris D. Briggs, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Reputation Management in English Medieval Towns: Promoting
Prosperity and Reducing Recession in London, Norwich,
Leicester, and York, 1250-1500 (Language: English)
Catherine Casson, Manchester Business School, University of
Manchester
Sales Credit in 15th-Century Small Towns (Language: English)
James Davis, School of History & Anthropology, Queen’s University
Belfast
The Leading Clothiers of the Later Middle Ages: Entrepreneurial
and Innovative or Exceptional and Irrelevant? (Language:
English)
John Lee, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
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University House: Little Woodhouse Room
TEXTS AND POLITICS IN THE LONG 10TH CENTURY, I: THE WESTERN
KINGDOM
Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
Edward Roberts, Departamento de Historia Medieval, Moderna y de
América, Universidad del País Vasco
Levi Roach, Department of History, University of Exeter
Establishing Rule: Charles the Simple and the Cases of Western
Francia and Lotharingia (Language: English)
Horst Lößlein, Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Histoire,
Histoire de l’Art et Musicologie, Université de Limoges / LudwigMaximilians-Universität München
Histories in Diplomas: Kings, Archbishops, Nobles, and the
Disputes over St Servatius’s Abbey in Maastricht, 898 and 919
(Language: English)
Fraser McNair, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Religious Patronage in the Reign of Louis IV (Language: English)
Edward Roberts
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
14TH-CENTURY THEOLOGIANS ON JEWS, MEDICINE, AND CORRECTIO
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Ari Geiger, Department of History, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan
‘Concerning the Children of Murdered Jews’: The Social Context
of Christian Theological Teachings on Jews (Language: English)
Nancy L. Turner, Department of History, University of Wisconsin Platteville
A ‘principium super medicina’ in a 14th-Century Sermon
Collection (Language: English)
Kirsty Schut, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
Fraternal Correction: Loving Rebuke and Holding One’s Tongue
(Language: English)
Jeffrey Hause, Department of Philosophy, Creighton University,
Nebraska
FRATERNA
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INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO EARLY SCANDINAVIA, I
Viking Society for Northern Research
Hannah Burrows, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of
Aberdeen
Hannah Burrows
Horns of War (Language: English)
Hilde Nielsen, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of Aberdeen
Often Contradictory, Usually Coherent: The Role of Genre in
Representations of Þórr (Language: English)
Declan Taggart, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of
Aberdeen
Evidence of the Presence of a Scandinavian Military Elite in
Grobin from the 7th-9th Century (Language: English)
Artis Āboltiņš, Independent Scholar, Riga
543
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS OF LATE MEDIEVAL CHRONICLES OF ENGLAND
WRITTEN IN FRENCH
Medieval Chronicle Society
Irene Fabry-Tehranchi, Department of Modern Languages & European
Studies, University of Reading
Emma Campbell, Department of French Studies, University of Warwick
Duelling Histories: Two Genealogies in Nicholas Trevet’s Les
Cronicles (Language: English)
Heather Pagan, Anglo-Norman Dictionary, Aberystwyth University
Imagining History in the Arthurian Section of the Vienna
Manuscript (ÖNB, 2534) of the Recueil des cronicques et
anchiennes istoires de la Grant Bretaigne of Jean de Wavrin
(Language: English)
Irene Fabry-Tehranchi
Eloquent Signs: Constructing Dynastic and Gender Identity in
the Grandes Chroniques de France (Language: English)
Margaret E. Hadley, Independent Scholar, Michigan
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
COOPERATION AMIDST CONFLICT: URBAN AND NOBLE RELATIONSHIPS IN
THE IBERIAN PENINSULA IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES, I - THE SOCIOPOLITICAL ARENA
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
José Antonio Jara Fuente, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha
Flocel Sabaté i Curull, Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals
‘Espai, poder i cultura’, Universitat de Lleida
The Crown, the Nobility, and the Urban World in Portugal in the
15th Century: Removable Alliances (Language: English)
Adelaide Millán da Costa, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de
Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Applying the Catholic Monarchs’ Institutional Reform
Programme: The Biscay Political Arena (Language: English)
Arsenio Dacosta, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia,
Zamora
‘My enemy’s enemy […]’: Fighting the Foe through Cooperation
in Urban Castile (Language: English)
José Antonio Jara Fuente
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Baines Wing: Room 1.15
THE LANGUAGES OF ANGLO-SAXON DIPLOMATICS
Francesca Tinti, Departamento de Historia Medieval, Moderna y de
América, Universidad del País Vasco
Charles Insley, John Rylands Research Institute, University of
Manchester
Latin, Old English, and Documentary Practice in the Age of
Alfred the Great and Edward the Elder (Language: English)
Robert Gallagher, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic,
University of Cambridge
The Interplay between Latin and Old English in the Worcester
Episcopal Leases (Language: English)
Francesca Tinti
Care in the Community: Translation and Transmission of Charter
Material from Bury St Edmunds (Language: English)
Kathryn A. Lowe, School of Critical Studies (English Language),
University of Glasgow
602
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NEW DIRECTIONS IN MANUSCRIPT STUDIES: QUEER READINGS, II
Roberta Magnani, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University and Diane Watt, School of English &
Languages, University of Surrey
Emma Campbell, Department of French Studies, University of Warwick
Queering the Boy-Singer and Gendering Noise in the Vernon
Manuscript (Language: English)
Dorothy Kim, Department of English, Vassar College, New York
Iphis and Ianthe: Trans Affects in the Manuscript Context
(Language: English)
Anna Klosowska, Department of French & Italian, Miami University,
Ohio
(Mis)Representations of Queerness in Medieval Manuscript
Illuminations (Language: English)
Amy Morgan, School of English & Languages, University of Surrey
603
Baines Wing: Room 1.16
SHIPS AND SEAFARERS: WAR, TRADE, AND COMMUNITY, 1300-1600
Arts & Humanities Research Council Project ‘The Evolution of English
Shipping Capacity and Shipboard Communities, from the Late Middle
Ages (1400) to Drake’s Circumnavigation (1577)’
Craig Lambert, Department of History, University of Southampton
Nicholas Karn, Department of History, University of Southampton
English Seafarer Communities in the Later Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Brenna Gibson, Southampton Marine & Maritime Institute, University of
Southampton
The Demands of Naval Warfare: The Case of the Cinque Ports,
1320-1453 (Language: English)
Craig Lambert
Seaborne Trading Networks in Late Medieval and Tudor England
(Language: English)
Gary Baker, Faculty of Humanities, University of Southampton
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
PROCESSIONS, ROYAL ENTRIES, AND THE THEATRE OF POWER
Société internationale pour l’étude du théâtre médiéval (SITM) /
Iconodansa / Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación
Cora B. Dietl, Institut für Germanistik, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Gießen
Lenke Kovács, Departament de Filologia Catalana, Universitat Rovira i
Virgili, Tarragona
‘Bei Hochzeiten scheint jeder tanzen zu müssen - oder doch nur
die Guten?’: Tanzdarstellungen in deutschen und lateinischen
Zehnjungfrauenspielen (Language: Deutsch)
Cora B. Dietl
‘Veilchen-Tänze’: Tanz-Inszenierungen in den Neidhart-Spielen
und -Liedern (Language: Deutsch)
Ingrid Bennewitz, Lehrstuhl für Deutsche Philologie des Mittelalters,
Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Dance as Buon Governo in the Visual Culture of the Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Licia Buttà, Departement Història i Història de l’Art, Universitat Rovira i
Virgili, Tarragona
605
Parkinson Building: Room B.22
MAPPINGS, II: WORLD MAPS, (II)
Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Felicitas Schmieder, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen and
Dan Terkla, Department of English, Illinois Wesleyan University,
Bloomington
Tomáš Klimek, Manuscriptorium Digital Library, Národní knihovna
České republiky, Praha
Hugh of St Victor’s Theography and the Processing of Medieval
Mappae Mundi (Language: English)
Dan Terkla
The Polychronicon Maps: Mappae Mundi and Memorization
(Language: English)
Cornelia Dreer, Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Universität Kassel
Renewal at World’s End: The Voyage of St Brendan and the
Hereford Map (Language: English)
Diarmuid Scully, School of History, University College Cork
606
University House: Beechgrove Room
LOCATING THE BODY IN POLITICS
Anja B. Rathmann-Lutz, Departement Geschichte, Universität Basel
Miriam Czock, Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften, Universität DuisburgEssen
The Bodies of the Fatimid Caliph (Language: English)
Almut Höfert, Historisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
Intact Regna and Disintegrated Bodies: France and England in
the 14th Century (Language: English)
Anja B. Rathmann-Lutz
The Materiality of the Body Politic in Premodern Europe
(Language: English)
Anna Becker, Departement Geschichte, Universität Basel
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Baines Wing: Room G.41
STRANGERS AND NEIGHBORS IN MEDIEVAL SOUTHERN ITALY
Joanna H. Drell, Department of History, University of Richmond,
Virginia
Isabella Bolognese, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - Italian,
University of Leeds
‘A faint-hearted people’: Otto of Freising and the Erasure of the
Muslims of Sicily (Language: English)
Joshua Birk, Faculty of History, Smith College, Massachusetts
Stranger Danger?: Living away from Home in Medieval Southern
Italy (Language: English)
Patricia E. Skinner, Department of History, University of Winchester
Welcoming Strangers to Southern Italy: From Lemons to
Legislation (Language: English)
Joanna H. Drell
608
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
THE EXPERIENCES OF GROWING UP IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETY, II
Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of Birmingham
Miriam Müller, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
Janine Bryant, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
Wardship and the Merchant Class in Later Medieval London
(Language: English)
Adele Sykes, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Not Old Enough to Hold for Themselves: Underage Heirs and
Orphans in Later Medieval Rural England (Language: English)
Miriam Müller
Do You Need to Have Children?: Medieval Theologians,
Marriage, and Infertility (Language: English)
Catherine Rider, Department of History, University of Exeter
609
Baines Wing: Room G.37
‘THE GRAVES ALL GAPING WIDE, EVERY ONE LETS FORTH HIS SPRITE […]’:
DEPICTIONS OF THE DEAD IN THE MIDDLE AGES AND BEYOND
Christian Livermore, School of English / St Andrews Institute of
Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Natalie Moore Goodison, Department of English Studies, Durham
University
‘Ded boonys that day shal aryse’: Impact of the Resurrection on
Revenant Tales (Language: English)
Christian Livermore
‘A spectre fell of fiendish might’: The Violent Undead in Scotland
from the Late Middle Ages to the 19th Century (Language: English)
Martha McGill, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, University of
Edinburgh
Danse Macabre as Renewal and Reform in Late Medieval
Iconography (Language: English)
Caroline Novak, Graduate Program in Interdisciplinary Studies, York
University, Toronto
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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RELIGIOUS NONCONFORMISM, II: INQUISITORS’ MANUSCRIPTS - GENESIS
AND USE
Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk University, Brno
David Zbíral, Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk
University, Brno
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris
Drinking from Different Springs: Ecclesiastical Erudition and
Inquisitorial Practice in Anselm of Alessandria’s Tractatus de
Hereticis (Language: English)
Luca Fois, Independent Scholar, Robbiate
The Inquisitor’s Thumbprint: The Evolution of an Early 14thCentury Florentine Inquisitors’ Manual (Biblioteca Casanatense,
MS 1730) (Language: English)
Jill Moore, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology, Birkbeck,
University of London
Why Bernard Gui’s Practica Inquisitionis Hereticæ Pravitatis
Should be Read in Manuscript at Least Once…: Bibliothèque
Municipale de Toulouse, MS 387 (Language: English)
Derek Hill, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology, Birkbeck,
University of London
611
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
EMOTIONS IN BYZANTINE CULTURE, II
University of Cyprus
Stavroula Constantinou, Department of Byzantine & Modern Greek
Studies, University of Cyprus and Mati Meyer, Department of Literature,
Language & Arts, Open University of Israel, Raanana
Stavroula Constantinou
The Crying Game: Emotional Eunuchs (Language: English)
Shaun Tougher, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
An Author’s Lamentations and Her Audience’s Pity: Necessary
Emotions in the Alexiad of Anne Komnene (Language: English)
Leonora Neville, Department of History, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
612
Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
‘RAVENNA, BETTER LOVED THAN ALL’: HONOURING THOMAS S. BROWN, II
Centre for Renaissance & Medieval Studies, University of Edinburgh
Thomas J. MacMaster, School of History, Classics & Archaeology,
University of Edinburgh and Nicholas Matheou, Faculty of Oriental
Studies, University of Oxford
Nicholas Matheou
The Exarchate, the Empire, and the Elites: Some Comparative
Remarks (Language: English)
John Haldon, Department of History, Princeton University
Exarchs and Others: Secular Patrons of Churches in the 6th-8th
Centuries (Language: English)
Deborah Mauskopf Deliyannis, Department of History, Indiana
University, Bloomington
Thomas Brown, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, University of
Edinburgh
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613
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
NEW APPROACHES TO VENANTIUS FORTUNATUS, II
Hope Deejune Williard, School of History, University of Leeds
Joseph Pucci, Department of Classics, Brown University
Pudore mota muliebri: Women and Pastoral Care in Venantius
Fortunatus’s Prose Hagiography (Language: English)
Kent E. Navalesi, Department of History, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign
Episcopal Building Projects in Early Medieval Gaul (Language:
English)
Hope Deejune Williard
Continuity and Discontinuity of Space in Venantius Fortunatus
(Language: Français)
Sylvie Labarre, Laboratoire d’Etudes sur les Monothéismes, Centre
National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris / Faculté des
Lettres, Université du Maine
Judith W. George, Open University in Scotland, Edinburgh
614
Baines Wing: Room 1.13
NETWORKS & NEIGHBOURS, II: FRIENDSHIP AND WARFARE BETWEEN
NEIGHBOURS IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Networks & Neighbours
Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto, School of History, University of Leeds /
Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES)
Paul Fouracre, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
‘Goodbye Blue Sky’: Bishops and Their Obligations during
Wartime, 400-550 (Language: English)
Glenn McDorman, Department of History, Princeton University
Why Do Aristocrats Have Friends?: Solidarities in the North Sea
World (Language: English)
Anthony Mansfield, Research Institute for the Humanities, Keele
University
Travel and Technology: Behind the Ideas of Movement in Early
Medieval Northern Britain (Language: English)
Helen Lawson, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, University of
Edinburgh
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615
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
REFORM AND THE CLERGY, II: PURITY AND POLLUTION
Julia Steuart Barrow, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Julia Steuart Barrow
Pollution and Purity in the Cluniac Reform: A Semantic Study
Based on Diplomatic and Hagiographical Documents (Language:
English)
Isabelle Rosé, Centre de Recherches Historiques de l’Ouest (CERHIO UMR 6258), Université Rennes 2
The Defence May Speak: The Justifications Given by Clergy
Accused of Simony (Language: English)
Nicolangelo D’Acunto, Dipartimento di Studi Medievali, Università
Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia
Re-Forming Clerical Memories in Northern France, 10th-12th
Centuries (Language: English)
Bernard Gowers, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University
of Oxford
Reform and the Secular Clergy in 11th- and 12th-Century
Byzantium (Language: English)
Maroula Perisanidi, Department of History, University of Nottingham
616
Parkinson Building: Room 1.08
REFORMING WOMEN: IMPACT OF THE SPIRITUALITY OF HELFTA COMMUNITY
AFTER ARUNDEL
Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, Shizuoka University
Naoë Kukita Yoshikawa, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences,
Shizuoka University
Laura Saetveit Miles, Institutt for Fremmedspråk, Universitet i Bergen
Mechtild of Hackeborn and Marian Devotion of Helfta
Community (Language: English)
Naoë Kukita Yoshikawa
Fragmentation and Reform: Mechtild of Hackeborn, a Revelation
of Purgatory, and the Shaping of Late Medieval English
Spirituality (Language: English)
Liz Herbert McAvoy, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University
All Saints Together: Cecily Neville’s Devotional Library
(Language: English)
Courtney Rydel, Department of English, Washington College
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University House: St George Room
CHANGE AND CONTINUITY IN HIGH MEDIEVAL MONASTERIES, II:
STRUCTURE, SPACE, AND THE SANCTUARY
Graduate Centre of Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Harriet Mahood, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
Ruth Salter, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
New Interpreters of Old Practices?: 14th-Century Friars, Their
Defenders and Detractors (Language: English)
Bridget Riley, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
Guarding the Gate: The Changing Role of the Porter in the
Medieval Monastery (Language: English)
Harriet Mahood
‘A Separate Room for the Infirm Brothers with All
Conveniences’: The Development of the Cistercian Monastic
Infirmary in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Language: English)
Tamsin Gardner, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
618
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
MATILDA OF TUSCANY-CANOSSA: COMMEMORATING THE 9TH CENTENNIAL OF
THE GREAT COUNTESS, I - HERESY AND REFORM
‘Matilda 900’ / School of Visual Arts, New York / Department of History
/ Medieval & Early Modern Centre, University of Sydney
Valerie Eads, Department of Humanities & Sciences, School of Visual
Arts, New York and Penelope Joan Nash, Department of History,
University of Sydney
R. I. Moore, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Newcastle
University
Countess Matilda of Tuscany and Emperor Henry IV: Rule,
Reform, and Entourage (Language: English)
Penelope Joan Nash
The Lust for Original Purity: Heresy and the Gregorian Reform
(Language: English)
Lola Sharon Davidson, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, University of
Technology, Sydney
Reform and Heresy in the Gregorian Age: To What Extent was
‘Reform’ ‘Heresy’ and Vice Versa? (Language: English)
John Oastler Ward, Medieval & Early Modern Centre, University of
Sydney
619
Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
MORE THAN WORDS: NEW APPROACHES TO HISTORICAL SEMANTICS, II
Historisches Seminar, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Tim Geelhaar, Historisches Seminar, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am
Main and Roland Scheel, Skandinavisches Seminar, Georg-AugustUniversität Göttingen
Roland Scheel
The Vocabulary of Conversion in Carolingian Times (Language:
English)
Tim Geelhaar
Linguistic and Textual Variation for Register Profiling in
Merovingian Hagiography (Language: English)
Laura Linzmeier, Institut für Romanistik, Universität Regensburg
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
REFORMING URBAN SOCIETY, I
IMC Programming Committee,
Keith Lilley, School of Geography, Archaeology & Palaeoecology,
Queen’s University Belfast
Communal Reform in 13th-Century Italy: From Reform of Men to
Reform of Institutions and Reform by Statute (Language: English)
David Napolitano, Instituut voor Geschiedenis, Universiteit Leiden
From Ecclesiastical to Municipal Will: Shifts in Power, Law, and
Literacy in Central European Cities, 14th-16th Centuries
(Language: English)
Jakub Wysmułek, Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii, Polskiej Akademii Nauk
Misericordia: The Function of the Hospital in the Evolution of
Charity, Religious Culture, and Civic Life in Medieval Lombardy
(Language: English)
Sally Brasher, Department of History, Shepherd University, West
Virginia
621
Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
QUEENS, PRINCES, AND FAVOURITES: REFORMERS FROM WITHIN THE KING’S
CIRCLE, 12TH-14TH CENTURIES
Paul R. Dryburgh, The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew
Louise J. Wilkinson, School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church
University
Ermengarde de Beaumont and the Renewal of Queenship in
12th-Century Scotland (Language: English)
Jessica Nelson, The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew
The Lord Edward’s Lordship of the Honour of Chester during the
Baronial Movement of Reform, 1258-1267 (Language: English)
Rodolphe Billaud, Department of History, Canterbury Christ Church
University
The Power Behind the Throne: The Favourite as Reformer in
Early 14th-Century England (Language: English)
Paul R. Dryburgh
622
University House: Great Woodhouse Room
WYCLIFFE, HUS, AND THE IMPACT OF REFORM, II: THE PITFALLS OF
LEARNED DEBATE
Lollard Society / Centrum Medievistických Studií, Akademie vĕd České
Republiky, Praha / Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien
Pavel Soukup, Centrum Medievistických Studií, Akademie vĕd České
Republiky, Praha
Alexander Russell, Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University
of Warwick
Wycliffe Arrives at Charles University: Stanislaus of Znojmo and
Wycliffe’s Metaphysics (Language: English)
Stephen Lahey, Department of Classics & Religious Studies, University
of Nebraska, Lincoln
Wycliffe, Hus, and Prague University: Wycliffe’s 45 Articles in
Bohemia (Language: English)
Dušan Coufal, Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk University,
Brno
False Peace at Constance: A Bohemian Retrospect (Language:
English)
Fiona Somerset, Department of English, University of Connecticut
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623
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APOCALYPSE, PROPHECY, AND REFORM, II
St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Matthew Gabriele, Department of Religion & Culture, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute & State University and James Palmer, St Andrews
Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Matthew Gabriele
Eschatology and Ecclesiastical Reform in Early Medieval Ireland
(Language: English)
Elizabeth Boyle, Department of Early Irish, National University of
Ireland, Maynooth
Waiting for God in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Helen Foxhall Forbes, Department of History, Durham University
Against the Precursors of Antichrist: Anticipation of Judgement
Day at Carolingian Councils (Language: English)
James Palmer
624
Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
TRANSITION AND CHANGE IN LATER MEDIEVAL WAR, II: PREPARING FOR
WAR
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Trevor Russell Smith, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
and Iason-Eleftherios Tzouriadis, Institute for Medieval Studies,
University of Leeds
Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Fighting Talk for the Fighting Bishop: Textual Representations
of Warfare in the ‘Spalding’ Manuscript (c. 1400) (Language:
English)
Sophie Harwood, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
‘[…] or thrust him to the face; that is good.’: Staff Weapons in
15th-Century Fighting Manuals and Concepts of Fighting
(Language: English)
Iason-Eleftherios Tzouriadis
Smugglers, Slavery, and Specialisation: The 14th-Century
Challenges and Organisations of the London Armourers
(Language: English)
Brad Kirkland, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
POWER & INSTITUTIONS IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM & CHRISTENDOM (PIMIC),
II: COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO HISTORIOGRAPHY IN MEDIEVAL
CHRISTENDOM AND ISLAM
Power & Institutions in Medieval Islam & Christendom (PIMIC), Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Cory Hitt, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St
Andrews
Attilio Stella, Department of History, Tel Aviv University / Power &
Institutions in Medieval Islam & Christendom, Spain
Sultan: An Islamic Political Institution in the 10th Century?
(Language: English)
Hugh Kennedy, Department of the Languages & Cultures of the Near &
Middle East, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
Transmission of Social Ideals in L’Histoire de Guillaume le
Maréchal (Language: English)
Cory Hitt
Ardashir Doesn’t Live Here Any More: Persian Theory and
Arabian Practice at the Early Islamic Court (Language: English)
Ian D. Morris, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC), Madrid
626
Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
FORM AND REFORM IN LATE MEROVINGIAN CULTURE
Universität Zürich / Université de Montréal
Gerald Schwedler, Historisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Articulating Change: Renovatio in Late Merovingian Canon Law
(Language: English)
Gerald Schwedler
Merovingian Reform of Female Monasticism (Language: English)
Anne-Marie Helvétius, Département d’histoire, Université Paris VIII Vincennes-Saint-Denis
A Merovingian Model of correctio: The Liber scintillarum of
Defensor of Ligugé (Language: English)
Gordon Blennemann, Département d’histoire, Université de Montréal
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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627
Baines Wing: Room 1.14
VISUAL REACTIONS TO REFORM IN 12TH AND 13TH-CENTURY SPAIN
Research Project ‘Art & Religious Reforms in Medieval Spain’
(HAR2012-38037), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Diana Lucía Gómez-Chacón, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Mónica Ann Walker Vadillo, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville,
Kentucky
The Production of New Bibles for Reformed Communities: The
Case of San Isidoro de León (Language: English)
Ana Hernández Ferreirós, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Documentary Sources in 12th and 13th-Century Castile: An
Assessment of the Impact of Reforms in Marian Devotion on
Contemporaneous Artistic Developments (Language: English)
Maeve O’Donnell-Morales, Department of Classical, Byzantine, &
Medieval Periods, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
A Three-Tempus Sculpted Porch: On the Western Porch of La
Colegiata de Toro (Zamora) (Language: English)
Marina Garzón Fernandez, Departamento de Historia del Arte,
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
628
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
CONCEPTIONS OF THE PAST, II: DEPICTING HISTORY AND TIME
Centre for Medieval Literature, University of York & Syddansk
Universitet, Odense
Nadine Holzmeier, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Michele Campopiano, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York /
Capaciteitsgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Painted Polychronicities in Early Netherlandish Typology
(Language: English)
Isabella Augart, Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar, Universität Hamburg
Curiosities for the Evolution of Man in Late Medieval Art: ‘The
Boy in the Tree’ as a Case Study (Language: English)
Adar Yarum, Department of Art, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev,
Beer Sheva
629
Baines Wing: Room G.42
RENEWED PERSPECTIVES ON THE OLD ENGLISH BEDE
Christine Wallis, School of English Literature, Language & Linguistics,
University of Newcastle
Sharon Rowley, Department of English, Christopher Newport University,
Virginia
A Tale of Two Texts (Language: English)
Greg Waite, Department of English, University of Otago
Councils, Canons, and the Libellus responsorum in the Old
English Bede (Language: English)
Stefany Wragg, St Cross College, University of Oxford
The Old English Bede: A Scribal Approach (Language: English)
Christine Wallis
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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630
Parkinson Building: Room B.10
REPRESENTATION OF KINGS, NOBILITY, AND CLERGY IN CHRONICLES AND
CONTEMPORARY SOURCES
IMC Programming Committee,
Guy Perry, School of History, University of Leeds
The Relations between Raymond VI Count of Toulouse and the
Clergy during the Albigensian Crusade in Light of the Chronicles
by Guillaume de Puylaurens (Language: English)
Monika Juzepczuk, Institute of History, Uniwersytet Warszawski
The Seignioral Nobility’s Patronage in the Castile’s Monasteries
and Convents during the First Half of the 15th Century (Language:
English)
Juan Antonio Prieto Sayagués, Departamento de Historia Antigua y
Medieval, Universidad de Valladolid
631
Parkinson Building: Room B.09
SPIRITUAL RENEWALS, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Rob Faesen, Institute for the Study of Spirituality, KU Leuven
A Converts’ Saint?: Mary Magdalene and the Hirsau Reform
Movement (Language: English)
Eva Ferro, Lateinische Philologie des Mittelalters, Albert-LudwigsUniversität Freiburg
Women Who Discredited the Devil: Visionaries as Reformers
(Language: English)
Kimberly Fonzo, Department of English, University of Texas, San
Antonio
632
Parkinson Building: Room B.11
FRIARS, KNIGHTS, AND TRANSLATORS: REFORMING AND RENEWING
MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN READING PRACTICES
René Hernández Vera, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of
Leeds and Alejandra Ortiz, School of English, University of Leeds
Catherine J. Batt, School of English, University of Leeds
Amateurs or Professionals?: Reformed Observant Franciscan
Friars as Readers (Language: English)
René Hernández Vera
Reading Knights: Chivalric Handbooks and Their Influence
(Language: English)
Makiko Komiya, Faculty of Literature, Arts & Cultural Studies, Kindai
University, Osaka
‘What happened afterward, I leave to your opinions […]’:
Engaging the Reader in the Translations of Spanish Chivalric
Romance (Language: English)
Alejandra Ortiz
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633
University House: Cloberry Room
THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD, V: WRITING, ADMINISTRATION, AND
TAXATION
Centre for Advanced Study of the Arab World (CASAW) / ‘Early Islamic
World’ Research Network, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds and Andrew Marsham,
School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys
New Early Arabic Inscriptions from the Hisma: Epigraphy and
Prosopography (Language: English)
Ilkka Lindstedt, Department of World Cultures, University of Helsinki
The Social Background of Administrators under Umayyad
Provincial Rule (Language: English)
Lucian Reinfandt, Institut für Orientalistik, Universität Wien
Umayyad Administration in Egypt and beyond (Language: English)
Marie Legendre, Institut de Recherches et d’Etudes sur le Monde Arabe
et Musulman (UMR 7310), Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-en-Provence
634
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
STUDIES IN THE HISTORY OF THE MILITARY RELIGIOUS ORDERS IN HONOUR
OF ALAN J. FOREY, II: THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Cardiff Centre for the Crusades, Cardiff University / Department of
History, California State University, Fullerton / Society for the Study of
the Crusades & the Latin East
Jochen Burgtorf, Department of History, California State University,
Fullerton
Helen J. Nicholson, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
The Military Religious Orders and the Settlement of Toledo,
1100-1252 (Language: English)
Theresa M. Vann, Inquistio Project, University of Minnesota
The Iberian Military-Religious Orders in the Earliest Papal
Registers of Supplication, 14th Century (Language: English)
Karl Borchardt, Monumenta Germaniae Historica, München
Nicholas E. Morton, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent
University
636
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
PILGRIMAGE, IV: THE HOLY LAND
Lancaster University
Philip Booth, Department of History, Lancaster University and Adrian
Cornell du Houx, Department of History, Lancaster University
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Biblical Exegesis and the Origins of the Great Pilgrimage of
1064 (Language: English)
Paul Hayward, Department of History, Lancaster University
A Pilgrim’s Prologue: Examining Motivations for Pilgrimage and
the Writing of Pilgrimage Accounts in the Holy Land Pilgrimage
Account of Thietmar, 1217-1218 (Language: English)
Philip Booth
Larvatus Prodeo: Disguised Pilgrims in the Late Medieval Period
(Language: English)
Beatrice Saletti, Dipartimento di Storia e Tutela dei Beni Culturali,
Università degli Studi di Udine
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Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
CISTERCIANS, V: IMAGERY AND CONCEPTUALISATION IN CISTERCIAN
THOUGHT
Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder
Commenting Heaven: The Pontigny Commentary on the Rule of
Benedict (Language: English)
Jörg Sonntag, Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig /
Technische Universität, Dresden
Reading the ‘Book of Conscience’: Cistercian Concepts of SelfAwareness and Self-Examination in the High Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Mirko Breitenstein, Forschungsstelle für Vergleichende
Ordensgeschichte, Technische Universität, Dresden
Double Leprosy and Its Cure: Spiritual Sickness and Its Remedy
in St Bernard of Clairvaux (Language: English)
Alice Chapman, Department of History, Grand Valley State University,
Michigan
638
Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
THE RULE OF LORDS IN TIMES OF CHANGE, 1300-1500: PAPERS IN
HONOUR OF RICHARD BRITNELL AND JOHN MUNRO, II
Peter Larson, Department of History, University of Central Florida
James Davis, School of History & Anthropology, Queen’s University
Belfast
Renewing Feudalism: Responses to Adversity, 1315-1348
(Language: English)
Christopher Dyer, Centre for English Local History, University of
Leicester
Experiencing the Black Death in Durham Priory (Language:
English)
Benjamin Dodds, Department of History, Durham University
Lords, Communities, and Individualism in Northern England,
1300-1500 (Language: English)
Peter Larson
639
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
TEXTS AND POLITICS IN THE LONG 10TH CENTURY, II: THE MIDDLE AND
EASTERN KINGDOMS
Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
Levi Roach, Department of History, University of Exeter
Edward Roberts, Departamento de Historia Medieval, Moderna y de
América, Universidad del País Vasco
The Politics of Christian Language in the Annales Fuldenses and
the Annales Vedastini (Language: English)
Robert Evans, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge
From a Relic to the Empire: The Holy Lance in the Ottonian
Sources (Language: English)
Antoni Grabowski, Independent Scholar, Warszawa
Rather of Verona and the Ottonian Charters: Exile, Conflict, and
Royal Protection in the 10th Century (Language: English)
Stefano Manganaro, Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Storici, Napoli
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
QUOTING AUTHORITIES IN THEOLOGY AND HISTORY
IMC Programming Committee,
Mary Garrison, Department of History, University of York
Authorizing Augustine in the 9th-Century Debate over
Predestination (Language: English)
Jared Wielfaert, Department of History & Political Science, Lee
University, Tennessee
Adam of Bremen and His Sources (Language: English)
Michael H. Gelting, Rigsarkivet (Danish National Archives), Statens
Arkiver, København / Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of
Aberdeen
Letters to the Church Triumphant: The Confessions of Ricoldus
de Monte Crucis? (Language: English)
Martin M. Bauer, Institut für Sprachen und Literaturen, Universität
Innsbruck
641
Baines Wing: Room G.36
RE-FORMED COINAGE, RENEWED MEANING: USING, IMITATING, AND
DISPOSING OF BYZANTINE COINS FAR BEYOND IMPERIAL FRONTIERS
‘Bilderfahrzeuge Project’, Warburg Institute, University of London
Rebecca Darley, ‘Bilderfahrzeuge’ Project, Warburg Institute / Centre
for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies, University of
Birmingham
Jonathan Jarrett, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of
Birmingham
Byzantine Gold Coins in Chinese Contexts: Three Approaches
(Language: English)
Lin Ying, Department of History, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou
Byzantine Coins in Viking Age Scandinavia (Language: English)
Florent Audy, Department of Archaeology & Classical Studies,
Stockholm University
Valuing Byzantine Gold Coins in Medieval South India (Language:
English)
Rebecca Darley
642
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO EARLY SCANDINAVIA, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Hannah Burrows, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of
Aberdeen
The Throne of Solomon and the sedes sapientiae in Medieval
Icelandic Book Painting (Language: English)
Stefan Andreas Drechsler, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University
of Aberdeen
‘Far From Drunk With Ale’: Women, Sobriety, and Power in Old
Norse-Icelandic Literature (Language: English)
Rebecca Straple, Department of English, Western Michigan University
The Murder of King Eric IV Ploughpenny of Denmark in 1250:
Communicating Royal Propaganda and Legitimacy through
Images and Narratives (Language: English)
Kerstin Hundahl, Historiska Institutionen, Lunds Universitet
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
PARATEXT AND IMAGE: THE MANUSCRIPT CONTEXTS OF ARTHURIAN
LITERATURE
International Arthurian Society (IAS)
Rebecca Lyons, Department of English, University of Bristol
Raluca Radulescu, Institute for Medieval & Early Modern Studies,
Bangor University
Publishing the Grail in Medieval France, c. 1200-1530: ‘Blurbing’
Chrétien de Troyes’ Perceval (Language: English)
Leah Tether, Department of English & Media, Anglia Ruskin University
North-French Illuminated Manuscripts of the Estoire del saint
Graal, c. 1275-1330: Concepts of Pictorial Narration (Language:
English)
Miha Zor, Department of Art History, University of Ljubljana
Glosses, Inscriptions, and the Cultural Lives of Manuscripts: The
Paratexts of Arthurian Literature Owned by 15th-Century
Women (Language: English)
Rebecca Lyons
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
COOPERATION AMIDST CONFLICT: URBAN AND NOBLE RELATIONSHIPS IN
THE IBERIAN PENINSULA IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES, II - THE ECONOMIC
SPHERE
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
José Antonio Jara Fuente, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha
José Antonio Jara Fuente
On the Edge of the Law: Local Nobility and Its Strategies to
Control the Farming of Taxes in Talavera de la Reina at the End
of the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Alicia Lozano Castellanos, Departamento de Historia, University of
Castilla-La Mancha
Towns and Nobility: Controlling Economic Resources in Burgos
in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Alicia Inés Montero Málaga, Departamento de Historia Antigua y
Historia Medieval, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
The Role of the Nobility in the Cereal Supply Crisis in the City of
Burgos in the Early 16th Century (Language: English)
Javier Sebastián Moreno, Instituto Universitario de Estudios de la
Mujer, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 13.00-14.00
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Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
SPECIAL SESSION: BALLAR EL MORO - DANCING THE MOOR: FESTIVE
DANCES OF MOORS AND CHRISTIANS IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN
(LANGUAGE ENGLISH AND ESPAÑOL)
Festive entertainments featuring ‘Moors’ and ‘Christians’ are still staged
with more than a thousand performance locations worldwide. Halfway
between history and myth, this tradition unites customs, characters,
and meanings, going beyond the usual depiction of confrontation
between two opposing sides. Dance, music, and theatre combine to
characterize an ancient figure that originated at the cultural crossroads
of the Mediterranean: the Moor.
For centuries, the Catalan-speaking areas of the western Mediterranean
have been one of the territories in which the festive character of the
Moor has been danced most frequently and in manifold ways. Today,
those dances can still be found in one form or another, gaining a
renewed strength at the threshhold of identity and lost memory…
This talk will provide an introduction to the exhibition ‘Ballar el Moro Dancing the Moor’ located on the Parkinson Gallery throughout IMC
2015.
‘Ballar el Moro - Dancing the Moor’ is a production of the Ethnological
Museum of Barcelona and the Cultural Association Joan Amades, in
collaboration with the Department of Catalan Studies of the University
Rovira I Virgili of Tarragona and with the support of the Diputació de
Tarragona and Cases de la Festa de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona.
‘Ballar el Moro - Dancing the Moor’ has been expanded and translated
into English and Spanish for IMC 2015. This translation is a production
of the Department of Catalan Studies of the University Rovira I Virgili
and the International Consolidated Research Group LAiREM (2014 SGR
894). In this second stage, the exhibition has the support of the
Barcelona Museum of Ethnology, the Cultural Association Joan Amades,
and the International Research Group ICONODANSA (FF12013-42939
DANAEM).
Commissioner, research, and texts: Raül Sanchis Francés
Historical advice: Francesc Massip Bonet
Linguistic advice: Margarida Pont Candela
English translation: Lenke Kovács
Spanish translation: Raül Sanchis Francés
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Brotherton Library: Brotherton Room
SPECIAL SESSION: J. R. R. TOLKIEN AT LEEDS AND IN THE BROTHERTON
LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
While more famously associated with Oxford University, J. R. R.
Tolkien’s first lectureship was at Leeds where, inter alia, he completed
most of the work on his recently published translation of Beowulf. This
talk draws on literary work published during Tolkien’s time at Leeds
held in Special Collections, along with recently acquired correspondence
between Tolkien and Ida Gordon - medievalist, ex-student, and wife of
Tolkien’s friend and collaborator E. V. Gordon. It will explore how
shaping a medieval syllabus at Leeds helped Tolkien develop his own
literary endeavours.
Alaric Hall is a lecturer in the School of English at the University of
Leeds. His research focuses on Britain and Scandinavia 500-1600. He is
also working on medievalism, particularly in modern Icelandic culture.
Following the talk there will be an opportunity to observe the collection
in more detail. Due to space restrictions this talk is limited to 30
participants, and admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Early arrival is therefore strongly recommended.
The Reading Room of Special Collections is open from 09.00-18.00
during the Congress week, and IMC delegates are welcome to pursue
their research and explore the collection. More details can be found at
http://library.leeds.uk/special-collections
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701
Baines Wing: Room 1.15
EMOTION AND CULTURAL MEMORY IN THE EARLY GERMANIC MIDDLE AGES
Flinders University
Erin Sebo, Department of English, Creative Writing & Australian
Studies, Flinders University
Gerard Hynes, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
Textual Memory and Emotional Culture: The Legacy of
Neoplatonism in the Old English Boethius (Language: English)
Alice D. Jorgensen, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
Wælniðe wæcnan scolde: Heorot, Feud, and Foreign Policy in
Beowulf (Language: English)
Erin Sebo
Genealogies in the Íslendingasögur: Building and Breaking Ties
with the Past in Icelandic Cultural Memory (Language: English)
Lisa Bennett, Department of English, Creative Writing & Australian
Studies, Flinders University
702
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MEDIEVAL BRICK BUILDINGS: PATRONAGE AND CONSTRUCTION
British Brick Society
David H. Kennett, Independent Scholar, Shipston-on-Stour
David H. Kennett
Shared Assumptions or Conflicts of Interest: Patron and
Brickworker in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
David H. Kennett
Robert Darcy 1391-1449 and the Patronage of Brick: The Moot
Hall, Maldon, Essex (Language: English)
Michael Tutton, Independent Scholar, London
704
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
TEACHING FAITH, SPREADING DOUBT: THE PORTRAYAL OF RELIGION AND
THE CHURCH IN ART, DRAMA, AND LITERATURE
IMC Programming Committee,
Charlotte Steenbrugge, Centre for Drama, Theatre & Performance
Studies, University of Toronto
Meaning at the Margins: The Conceptual Scripture and the
Interplay of Didactic Contexts in Late Medieval East Anglia
(Language: English)
Matthew E. Davis, Department of English, North Carolina State
University
The Portrayal of the Church in Medieval Romances (Language:
English)
Hülya Tafli Düzgün, School of English, Erciyes University, Kayseri
Emergent Anxieties: 15th-Century Signs of the Dis-Enchantment
of the Annunciation (Language: English)
Gary Waller, Faculty of Literature, State University of New York,
Purchase
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705
Parkinson Building: Room B.22
MAPPINGS, III: BLURRED BORDERS, CONFLICTING IDEOLOGIES
Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington
Dan Terkla, Department of English, Illinois Wesleyan University,
Bloomington
Diarmuid Scully, School of History, University College Cork
Constantinople: Cooperation and Conflict? - Statements on Late
Medieval Latin European World Maps (Language: English)
Gerda Brunnlechner, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Mapping in Rome’s Urban Renewal: The Secularization Heritage
of A. Cresques (1325-1387) in the Works of L. B. Alberti (14041470) (Language: English)
Magda Saura, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona
A Late Medieval Image of the World in Praise of God’s Creation
(Language: English)
Sandra Sáenz-López Pérez, Museo Cartográfico Juan de la Cosa, Potes
706
University House: Beechgrove Room
PERCEIVING AND REGULATING VICES
Central European University, Budapest
Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Isabella Nicka, Institut für Realienkunde, Universität Salzburg, Krems
Crime and Punishment: Regulating Gambling in Livonian Towns
(Language: English)
Anu Mänd, Institute of History, University of Tallinn
Regulating Prostitution: Everyday Life in the Late Medieval
Austrian Frauenhaus (Language: English)
Michael M. Hammer, Institut für Geschichte, Karl-Franzens-Universität
Graz
The Best Little Whorehouses in Hungary: The Topography of
Brothels in the Free Royal Towns (Language: English)
Christopher Mielke, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
707
Baines Wing: Room G.41
WOMEN AND THE CHURCH IN IRELAND, SCOTLAND, AND WALES
History of Women in Medieval Ireland, Wales & Scotland / Network for
Gender & Legal History
Gillian Kenny, Centre for Gender & Women’s Studies, Trinity College
Dublin
Kimm Curran, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow
Married Women’s Wills in Late Medieval Ireland (Language:
English)
Cordelia Beattie, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University
of Edinburgh
Women as Patrons and Benefactors of the Mendicant Friars in
Ireland (Language: English)
Yvonne McDermott, Department of Business, Humanities & Technology,
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Saints and Sinners: Female Magic-Working in Medieval Ireland
(Language: English)
Gillian Kenny
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Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
MEDIEVAL CHILDBIRTH: SOCIAL REPRESENTATION AND MEDICAL
REALITIES, I
Costanza Gislon Dopfel, Department of Modern Languages /
Department of Art History, Saint Mary’s College of California
Paolo Delaini, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, Università di
Bologna
Visualising Childbirth: Illustrated Obstetrical Treatises from
Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Francesca Marchetti, Independent Scholar, London
Iconography of the Virgin’s Birth: A Female Pattern (Mystras
Frescoes, 14th-15th Centuries) (Language: English)
Antonella Parmeggiani, Scuola di Lettere e Beni Culturali, Università di
Bologna
Heroic Mothers and Holy Nativities: Towards a Discovery of
Female Visual Epic (Language: English)
Costanza Gislon Dopfel
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Baines Wing: Room G.37
THEOLOGY IN THE CAROLINGIAN RENAISSANCE
IMC Programming Committee,
Stuart Airlie, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Gottschalk and the 9th-Century Controversy over Predestination
(Language: English)
Miguel Beltrán, Departament de Filosofia, Universitat de les Illes
Balears, Mallorca
Armonia rerum in John Scottus’s Aulae sidereae (Language:
English)
Valery Petroff, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Moscow
Cyprian of Carthage and the ‘Ecclesiology of Unity’ during the
Carolingian Renaissance (Language: English)
Eleni Leontidou, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
710
[email protected]: Stage 1
RELIGIOUS NONCONFORMISM, III: MEMORY AND RELIGIOUS PRACTICE IN
THE FORMATION OF DISPUTED CULTS OF SAINTS
Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk University, Brno
David Zbíral, Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk
University, Brno
Anne E. Lester, Department of History, University of Colorado, Boulder
Devotional Practices and Collective Memory: Creating Sectarian
Identity within Italian Disputed Saints’ Cults (Language: English)
Janine Larmon Peterson, Department of History, Marist College, New
York
Uncanonized Saints: Olivi and the Beguine Martyrs as the Two
Ends of a New Community of Interpretation (Language: English)
Delfi I. Nieto-Isabel, Departamento de Historia Medieval, Paleografía y
Diplomática, Universitat de Barcelona
A Saint and a Heretic: Medieval Mechanisms of Memory and
Oblivion of the Origins of the Waldensian Movement (Language:
English)
Pekka Tolonen, Department of Comparative Religion / Turku Centre for
Medieval & Early Modern Studies (TUCEMEMS), University of Turku
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711
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
PSEUDO-DIONYSIUS AND THE ARTS, I: THE VISUAL RHETORIC OF
HIERARCHY
International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA), New York
Francesca Dell’Acqua, Dipartimento di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale,
Università degli Studi di Salerno
Francesca Dell’Acqua
The Concept of Hierarchy according to Pseudo-Dionysius and
the Pseudo-Hierarchical Vision of His Sources (Language: English)
Ernesto Sergio Mainoldi, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università
degli Studi di Milano
Images of Holy Men in Late Antiquity: Framing Spiritual and
Visual Hierarchy (Language: English)
Katherine Marsengill, Independent Scholar, New York
The Place of Monks in the Corpus Dionysiacum and Its
Byzantine Reception (Language: English)
Nicholas Marinides, Theologische Fakultät, Universität Basel
712
Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
THE ROMAN LEGAL HERITAGE BETWEEN CONTINUITY AND REFORMATION, I:
TEXTS AND TRADITION
Projet Volterra, University College London
R. W. Benet Salway, Department of History, University College London
R. W. Benet Salway
Medieval Rulers and the Lex Romana around 900 (Language:
English)
Magali Coumert, Département d’histoire, Université de Bretagne
Occidentale / Institut Universitaire de France
The Selection and Transmission of Roman Law in the Collectio
Britannica (Language: English)
Michael H. Crawford, Department of History, University College London
Justinian’s Digest and Its Text before the School of Bologna
(Language: English)
Tammo Wallinga, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus Universiteit
Rotterdam / Faculteit Rechten - Algemeen, Universiteit Antwerpen
713
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
THE CAROLINGIAN INTELLECTUAL WORLD AND ITS INFLUENCE
IMC Programming Committee,
Danuta Shanzer, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und
Neulatein, Universität Wien
A 9th-Century Biography of Aelius Donatus (Language: English)
Maya Petrova, Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Moscow
Remigius of Auxerre on Bede’s Metrics (Language: English)
Seppo Heikkinen, Institutum Classicum, University of Helsinki
The Influence of the Carolingian Reform on Anglo-Saxon
Penitentials (Language: English)
Gwendolyn Sheldon, Concordia University Library, Texas
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Baines Wing: Room 1.13
NETWORKS & NEIGHBOURS, III: RELIGIONS IN CONFLICT AND THE
CHALLENGE OF EVOLUTION
Networks & Neighbours
John Latham, Faculty of History, School of Oriental & African Studies,
University of London, Ioannis Papadopoulos, School of History,
University of Leeds and Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto, School of History,
University of Leeds / Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de
Nível Superior (CAPES)
Peter John Heather, Department of History, King’s College London
Reactionary Paganism: Renewal and Invention of Traditions in
Late 4th-Century Rome (Language: English)
Ioannis Papadopoulos
The Silver and the Purple: Ostrogothic Arianism and the Reform
of Roman Imperial Policy (Language: English)
Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto
Soviets and Sun-Gods: The Changing Uses of an ‘Alan’ Nart Saga
(Language: English)
John Latham
715
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
REFORM AND THE CLERGY, III: COMMUNITIES, 750-1150
Julia Steuart Barrow, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Maroula Perisanidi, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Ruling the Life of the Enclosed Clergy in the Carolingian World:
A Case of Central Reform or Local Regulation? (Language:
English)
Stephen Michael Ling, School of Historical Studies, University of
Leicester
Archbishop Wulfstan and the Canons of Edgar: A New Rule for
the Secular Clergy? (Language: English)
Gerald Dyson, Department of History, University of York
Secular Canons in the Face of Reform: Life in the Flemish
Collegiate Churches during the Spread of Canonical Renewal, c.
1070 - c. 1150 (Language: English)
Brigitte Meijns, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, KU Leuven
716
Parkinson Building: Room 1.08
CAUGHT UNAWARES?: UNDERSTANDING BISHOPS’ REACTIONS TO CALLS FOR
ECCLESIASTICAL REFORM IN THE LONG 11TH CENTURY
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Tjamke Snijders, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
John S. Ott, Department of History, Portland State University, Oregon
Just a Fly in the Ointment?: Lotharingian Bishops’ Local
Reactions to the ‘Gregorian Call for Reform’ (Language: English)
Pieter Byttebier, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Friend or Foe?: The Bishops of Metz in Monastic Historical
Narrative, c. 1000 - c. 1200 (Language: English)
Samantha Kahn Herrick, Department of History, Syracuse University,
New York
Shepherds and Princes: Episcopal Reactions to the Calls for
Reform and the Challenge of Political Change (Language: English)
Ludger Körntgen, Historisches Seminar, Mittelalterliche Geschichte,
Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
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University House: St George Room
COMMUNITIES OF REFORM, I: COMMUNITIES OF REFORM IN NORTHERN
GERMANY
COST Action IS 1301 ‘New Communities of Interpretation’
Henrike Lähnemann, Faculty of Medieval & Modern Languages,
University of Oxford
Sabrina Corbellini, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
The Nuns’ Network Letter and Manuscript Exchange in the
Lüneburg Convents (Language: English)
Henrike Lähnemann
Devotional Print Culture in Northern Germany (Language: English)
Elizabeth A. Andersen, School of Modern Languages, Newcastle
University
Letters from the Convent: The Nuns’ Networks of
Communication in Comparison with Southern Germany
(Language: English)
Anne Simon, Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of
London
718
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
MATILDA OF TUSCANY-CANOSSA: COMMEMORATING THE 9TH CENTENNIAL OF
THE GREAT COUNTESS, II - THE OTHER CANOSSANS
‘Matilda 900’ / School of Visual Arts, New York / Department of History
/ Medieval & Early Modern Centre, University of Sydney
Valerie Eads, Department of Humanities & Sciences, School of Visual
Arts, New York and Penelope Joan Nash, Department of History,
University of Sydney
David Hay, Department of History, University of Lethbridge
Matilda: New Perspectives about Her Family Ties (Language:
English)
Tiziana Lazzari, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, Università di
Bologna
Boniface of Canossa: ‘Light of the kingdom’ or Borderline Rebel?
(Language: English)
Robert Houghton, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University
of St Andrews
Women at Canossa: The Role of Royal and Aristocratic Women
in the Reconciliation between Pope Gregory VII and Henry IV of
Germany (Language: English)
Alison Creber, Department of History, King’s College London
719
Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
MODERN RENEWALS OF MEDIEVAL CULTURE, I
IMC Programming Committee,
Paul Hardwick, Department of English, Leeds Trinity University
From Manuscript to Camera: The Renewal of the Medieval
Dragon in 20th- and 21st-Century Cinema and Literature
(Language: English)
Lucie Herbreteau, Département Lettres, Langues, Histoire et Arts,
Université Catholique de l’Ouest, Angers
‘Marvellously crude’: Medieval Art and Culture through the Eyes
of Surrealism (Language: English)
Tessel M. Bauduin, Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit
van Amsterdam / Faculteit der Letteren, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
REFORMING URBAN SOCIETY, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Keith Lilley, School of Geography, Archaeology & Palaeoecology,
Queen’s University Belfast
The ‘Abbāsid Urban Reform in Bilād al-Shām (Language: English)
Michael Ehrlich, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, Bar-Ilan
University, Ramat Gan
Disorder in the Christian City: Narrating the 1391 Assault on the
Juheria of Valencia (Language: English)
Abigail Agresta, Department of History, Yale University
Medieval Constantinople to Ottoman Kostantiniyye:
Transformation of Urban Layers (Language: English)
Bilge Ar, Faculty of Architecture, İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi
721
Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
RENEWAL, REFORM, AND DYNASTIC LEGITIMACY IN MEDIEVAL MONARCHY
Royal Studies Network
Elena Woodacre, Department of History, University of Winchester
Elena Woodacre
‘The Marriage Game’: The Career of Queen Isabella I of
Jerusalem (Language: English)
Aysu Dinçer, Department of History, University of Warwick
Piety and the Power of a Lancastrian Queen: Queen Philippa
(1394-1430) in Scandinavia and the Renewal of Female Piety
(Language: English)
Louise Berglund, School of Humanities, Education & Social Sciences
(HumES), Örebro Universitet
From Composite to Compact: Dynastic Renewal and Reform in
the Duchy of Lorraine, 1470-1480 (Language: English)
Jonathan Spangler, Department of History, Politics & Philosophy,
Manchester Metropolitan University
722
University House: Great Woodhouse Room
WYCLIFFE, HUS, AND THE IMPACT OF REFORM, III: THE STRUGGLE FOR
SIMPLE MINDS?
Lollard Society / Centrum Medievistických Studií, Akademie vĕd České
Republiky, Praha / Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien
Pavlina Rychterová, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Rob Lutton, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Collective Decision-Making and Its Critics: Probable Judgements
and the Anti-Heresy Campaign in 15th-Century England
(Language: English)
Alexander Russell, Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University
of Warwick
‘Honoured through imitation, not veneration’: Cult Practices and
Disciplination in the Utraquist Towns (Language: English)
Kateřina Horníčková, Institute of Aesthetics & Art History, University of
South Bohemia, České Budějovice
Describing Reform, Describing Heretics: Prophetic Language
between the Hussites and the Catholics (Language: English)
Pavlína Libichová Cermanová, Centrum Medievistických Studií,
Akademie vĕd České Republiky, Praha
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[email protected]: Stage 2
APOCALYPSE, PROPHECY, AND REFORM, III
St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Matthew Gabriele, Department of Religion & Culture, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute & State University and James Palmer, St Andrews
Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
James Palmer
Apocalypse, Reform, and the First Crusade (Language: English)
Matthew Gabriele
Against the Silence: Problems of Reform Eschatology in
Medieval Christian Thought (Language: English)
Jehangir Yezdi Malegam, Department of History, Duke University
Apocalypticism and the Rhetoric of Reform in Italy around the
Year 1000 (Language: English)
Levi Roach, Department of History, University of Exeter
724
Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
TRANSITION AND CHANGE IN LATER MEDIEVAL WAR, III: MODELS OF
MILITARY CONDUCT IN THE HUNDRED YEARS WAR
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Trevor Russell Smith, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
and Iason-Eleftherios Tzouriadis, Institute for Medieval Studies,
University of Leeds
Karen Watts, Royal Armouries, Leeds / Institute for Medieval Studies,
University of Leeds
From Devastation to Conquest: Changing English Perception of
the Morality and Efficacy of Military Conduct in the Early 15th
Century (Language: English)
Trevor Russell Smith
The Road to Crécy: Tracing the Path to the Battle (Language:
English)
Michael Livingston, Department of English, The Citadel, South Carolina
The Genoese Crossbowmen at the Battle of Crécy (Language:
English)
Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Maryland / Royal
Armouries, Leeds
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
POWER & INSTITUTIONS IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM & CHRISTENDOM (PIMIC),
III: POWER IN PRACTICE - REPRODUCING AND NEGOTIATING MEDIEVAL
RULERSHIP
Power & Institutions in Medieval Islam & Christendom (PIMIC), Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Michel Kaplan, UFR d’histoire, Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Hugh Kennedy, Department of the Languages & Cultures of the Near &
Middle East, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
Power and Protest in Mamluk Syria (Language: English)
Rasmus Bech Olsen, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology,
Birkbeck College, University of London
Spatiality and the Power of Memory: On Kings and Places in
Castile, 12th-13th Centuries (Language: English)
Ana Rodríguez, Departamento de Historia Medieval, Consejo Superior
de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Hierarchies among Equals in 13th-Century Christendom
(Language: English)
Evgeniya Shelina, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
726
Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
MERCHANTS AND THEIR POLITICAL INFLUENCE
IMC Programming Committee,
Gary Baker, Faculty of Humanities, University of Southampton
Loans from Bristol and Norwich to the King, 1307-1351
(Language: English)
Robin McCallum, School of History & Anthropology, Queen’s University
Belfast
The Merchant Adventurers of England and the Hanseatic
League: A Competition for Legitimacy (Language: English)
Eric Kirby, Department of Management, Texas State University and
Susan Kirby, Department of Management, Texas State University
Trade and Social Networks among Jewish Genizah Merchants
(Language: English)
Juni Hoppe, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge
727
Baines Wing: Room G.42
ART AND RELIGIOUS REFORMS PROMOTED BY THE CROWN IN 15TH-CENTURY
CASTILE
Research Project ‘Art & Religious Reforms in Medieval Spain’
(HAR2012-38037), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Ana Hernández Ferreirós, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Ana Hernández Ferreirós
Art and Dominican Observance in the Late Middle Ages: Spiritual
Reform and Visual Renewal (Language: English)
Diana Lucía Gómez-Chacón, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
University Colleges in Castile: A New Typology of Building as a
Consequence of Religious Reforms during the 15th Century
(Language: English)
Diana Olivares Martínez, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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728
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
SOCIAL CONFLICTS, KINSHIP STRUCTURES, AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN
EARLY MEDIEVAL ITALY IN THE 8TH-11TH CENTURIES, I: CRISIS AND
RENEWALS IN THE IMPERIAL JUSTICE - THE REGNUM ITALIAE FROM LOTHAIR
TO HUGH, 840-947
PRIN: Conflitti sociali, strutture parentali e comunità locali nell’Italia
altomedievale (VIII-XI secolo)
Igor Santos Salazar, Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia, Università di
Trento
Stefan Esders, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
Law and Settlement of Disputes in the Alps during the 9th
Century (Language: English)
Giuseppe Albertoni, Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia, Università di
Trento
The Settlement of Disputes in Lombard and Carolingian Tuscany
(Language: English)
Marco Stoffella, Dipartimento Tempo, Spazio, Immagine, Società
(TeSIS), Università degli Studi di Verona
Placita and Royal Charters: The Government of Tuscany through
Periods of Renewal and Crisis, 888-947 (Language: English)
Igor Santos Salazar
729
Baines Wing: Room 1.14
RENEWING AND REFORMING CHIVALRY IN ARTHURIAN TEXTS
British Branch, International Arthurian Society
Sheri Chriqui, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Rebecca Lyons, Department of English, University of Bristol
Collective Chivalry: The Politics of Masculinity in ‘Geraint fab
Erbin’ (Language: English)
Kit Kapphahn, Adran y Gymraeg, Prifysgol Aberystwyth
The Affirmation of Chivalric Worth in the Death of Gawain
(Language: English)
Mary Michele Poellinger, School of English, University of Leeds
Heraldry, Henry VIII, and King Arthur: An Inquiry into Chivalric
Self-Fashioning (Language: English)
Sheri Chriqui
730
Parkinson Building: Room B.10
REFORM OF SPACE AND PLACE IN MEDIEVAL ITALY
National Endowment for the Humanities / American Academy, Rome
William L. North, Department of History, Carleton College, Minnesota
Maureen C. Miller, Department of History, University of California,
Berkeley
Legislation on the Senses from the Council in Trullo (691) and
the Polemics of Urban Space in Rome (Language: English)
Gregor Kalas, College of Architecture & Design, University of
Tennessee, Knoxville
Blazing the Trail of Reform: Ravenna in the 10th Century
(Language: English)
Edward Schoolman, Department of History, University of Nevada, Reno
Foundation and Reform: The Colonna and Female Franciscans in
Medieval Rome (Language: English)
Emily Graham, Department of History, Oklahoma State University
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Parkinson Building: Room B.09
(RE)FORMING WOMEN: FLUID FEMININITIES AND SOCIO-RELIGIOUS
REFORM, I
Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship
Liz Herbert McAvoy, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University
Liz Herbert McAvoy
Reforming the Bride: The Significance of the Feminine Soul in
Bernard of Clairvaux (Language: English)
Lydia Hayes, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St
Andrews
Reforming Hands: The Grief of St Clement’s Mother in the South
English Legendary (Language: English)
Ayoush Sarmada Lazikani, Hertford College, University of Oxford
Entertaining Exemplum: The Reformation of Female Sexuality in
the Auchinleck Manuscript (Language: English)
Emma Osborne, School of Critical Studies (English Language),
University of Glasgow
Authority and Embodiment: Julian of Norwich and the
Reshaping of Anchoritic Writing (Language: English)
Madeleine Pepe, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge
732
Parkinson Building: Room B.11
NUNS’ LITERACIES IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE: RULES AND REFORM
Andrew Marvell Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University
of Hull / Department of History, University of Sydney
Patricia Stoop, Faculteit Letteren en Wijsbegeerte /
Ruusbroecgenootschap, Universiteit Antwerpen
Veronica O’Mara, Department of English, University of Hull
Women’s Education and Literacy during the Ottonian Reforms
(Language: English)
Helene Scheck, Department of English, State University of New York,
Albany
Double Monasteries and Vernacular Literacy: Reading and
Writing in the Order of Sempringham (Language: English)
Katharine Sykes, Somerville College, University of Oxford
The Collettine Observant Reform and Literate Practice in St
Collette’s Rule and Constitution (Language: English)
Julie Ann Smith, Department of History, University of Sydney
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733
University House: Cloberry Room
THE EARLY ISLAMIC WORLD, VI: IBERIA
Centre for Advanced Study of the Arab World (CASAW) / ‘Early Islamic
World’ Research Network, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds and Andrew Marsham,
School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures, University of Edinburgh
Ann R. Christys
Law, Families, and the Frontier in Umayyad Iberia (Language:
English)
Nicola Clarke, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Newcastle
University
Power, Law, and Ideology in Umayyad Spain (Language: English)
Mateusz Wilk, Institute of History, Uniwersytet Warszawski
Conquest and Settlement: What al-Andalus Can Tell Us About
the Arab Expansion at the Time of the Umayyad Caliphate
(Language: English)
Eduardo Manzano Moreno, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones
Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
734
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
BIBLICAL EXEGESIS IN MEDIEVAL CHRONICLES, I: THE FIRST CRUSADE AND
THE LIBERATION OF THE HOLY LAND
Nicholas E. Morton, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent
University and Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University
of Leeds
Alan V. Murray
The Depiction of the Turks as Old Testament Enemies in First
Crusade Chronicles (Language: English)
Nicholas E. Morton
Ideas of Time and Age in the Sources of the Crusades (Language:
English)
Sini Kangas, Department of Philosophy, History, Culture & Art Studies,
University of Helsinki
Muslim/Pagan Relations in the Old French Alexander Cycle
(Language: English)
David Rollo, Department of English, University of Southern California
735
Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
MILITARY ORDERS BEHAVING BADLY IN BRITAIN
Christie Majoros-Dunnahoe, School of History, Cardiff University
Jochen Burgtorf, Department of History, California State University,
Fullerton
What the Hospitaller Said to the Bishop (Language: English)
Helen J. Nicholson, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Safe Sanctuary or Safe Harbour?: Templar and Hospitaller Uses
and Abuses of Religious Asylum in England (Language: English)
Nicole Hamonic, History Department, University of South Dakota
Cooking the Books: The Report of Philip de Thame and the
Extent of Hospitaller Possessions in 14th-Century Britain
(Language: English)
Christie Majoros-Dunnahoe
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Parkinson Building: Room B.08
PILGRIMAGE, V: TEXT, LITURGY, AND THE BODY
Lancaster University
Philip Booth, Department of History, Lancaster University and Adrian
Cornell du Houx, Department of History, Lancaster University
Philip Booth
Sacred Text and Sacred Location: The Case of the Breviarius de
Hiersolyma (Language: English)
Thomas O’Loughlin, Department of Theology & Religious Studies,
University of Nottingham
Worshipping when in Rome: Liturgical Diversity and Pilgrims
(Language: English)
John Romano, Department of History, Benedictine College, Kansas
Texts, Devotional Images, and Practising Pilgrimage in Medieval
Convents (Language: English)
Lotem Pinchover, Department of Art History, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
737
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
CISTERCIANS, VI: RECOVERING ‘LOST’ CISTERCIAN ABBEYS
Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of
Newfoundland
Re-Forming the Landscape: The Case of Cistercian Monasteries
in the South of England (Language: English)
Graham Brown, Independent Scholar, Amesbury
Louth Park Abbey, Lincolnshire: A Cistercian Abbey Recovered, I
(Language: English)
Glyn Coppack, Archaeological & Historical Research, Goxhill
Louth Park Abbey, Lincolnshire: A Cistercian Abbey Recovered,
II (Language: English)
Stuart Harrison, Ryedale Archaeology Services, Pickering
Cistercians and Iron Production: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach
to Understanding Their Working Landscapes (Language: English)
Stephen Anthony Moorhouse, Institute for Medieval Studies, University
of Leeds
738
Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
BOOM OR BUST, II?: MONEY SUPPLY AND REFORM IN LATE MEDIEVAL
EUROPE - PAPERS IN HONOUR OF RICHARD BRITNELL AND JOHN MUNRO,
III
Peter Larson, Department of History, University of Central Florida
Peter Larson
Famine or Plenty?: Money in Medieval England after the Black
Death (Language: English)
Martin Allen, Department of Coins & Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum,
University of Cambridge
Quantity Theory Again: ‘Impedit omne forum carentia
denariorum’, 1464 (Language: English)
Nick Mayhew, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
Money and Church Reform: Metaphors of Salvation (Language:
English)
Giles E. M. Gasper, Department of History, Durham University
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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739
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
LAW AND LORDSHIP IN ENGLAND, C. 950 - C. 1200
Hannah Boston, Trinity College, University of Oxford
Paul R. Hyams, Department of History, Cornell University /
Independent Scholar, Oxford
The Invention of Jurisdiction (Language: English)
Tom Lambert, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Soke and Royal Service in West Suffolk (Language: English)
Richard Purkiss, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
Minor Lordship and Land Tenure in the Late 12th Century
(Language: English)
Hannah Boston
740
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
IMPLICATIONS OF THE CODEX IN THE 11TH-13TH CENTURIES
IMC Programming Committee,
Lisa Fagin Davis, Medieval Academy of America, Massachusetts
That’s the Point: Punctuating Verse in the Anglo-Saxon
Chronicle Poems (Language: English)
Leslie Carpenter, Department of English, Fordham University, New York
Manuscript Production of the Lombard Law in the Early 12th
Century (Language: English)
Thomas Gobbitt, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
From Centre to Periphery: A Study of Fragments from FrenchMade Books in Medieval Norway (Language: English)
Synnøve Myking, Department of Linguistic, Literary & Aesthetic
Studies, Universitetet i Bergen
741
Baines Wing: Room G.36
THE USE AND ABUSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES IN THE MODERN WORLD, III:
IMAGINATION AND REPRESENTATION
CARMEN: Worldwide Medieval Network
Karl Christian Alvestad, Department of History, University of
Winchester and Katherine Weikert, Department of Archaeology /
Department of History, University of Winchester
Patricia E. Skinner, Department of History, University of Winchester
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: The Use of Braveheart in Scottish
Politics (Language: English)
April Harper, Department of History, State University of New York,
Oneonta
Don’t Give a Damn about My Bad Reputation: Feminism, Fiction,
and the Empress Matilda (Language: English)
Katherine Weikert
Medievalism, Fiction, and Politics from G. K. Chesterton to the
Inklings (and beyond) (Language: English)
Robert F. W. Smith, Independent Scholar, Norfolk
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
SCANDINAVIAN HISTORY IN THE VIKING AND MIDDLE AGES, I: NORWAY IN
THE VIKING AND MIDDLE AGES
Edward Carlsson Browne, Independent Scholar, Cambridge and Paul
Gazzoli, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Paul Gazzoli
Rearing and Reigning: Royal Fosterage and Regency in Medieval
Norway (Language: English)
Ian Peter Grohse, Institutt for historie og klassiske fag, Norges TekniskNaturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Brothers at Odds: Sigurðr Jórsalafari and Eysteinn Magnússon in
the Konungasögur (Language: English)
Edward Carlsson Browne
Reaffirming Ties: The Norse Diaspora in the Age of Cnut
(Language: English)
Caitlin Ellis, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
743
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
NOBODY EXPECTS THE SPANISH INQUISITION: STUDIES ON/FROM THE
CROWN OF ARAGON
Institut de Recerca en Cultures Medievals (IRCVM), Universitat de
Barcelona
Clara Jáuregui, Institut de Recerca en Cultures Medievals (IRCVM),
Universitat de Barcelona
Rebecca Swanson, Departament d’Història de l’Art, Universitat de
Barcelona
A Catalan Medieval Translation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Its
European Context (Language: English)
Gemma Pellisa Prades, Department of the Classics, Harvard University
Parliaments in the Iberian Crown of Aragon: Perspectives of
Research (Language: English)
Vicent Baydal Sala, University of Oxford / Consejo Superior de
Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC)
Typologies of Works’ Compilations in the Lullian Manuscript
Tradition: The Case of the Medicina de pecat (Language: English)
Anna Fernàndez-Clot, Centre de Documentació Ramon Llull, Universitat
de Barcelona
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
LAW AND LITERATURE: THE TRUTH IN THE MEDIEVAL TRIALS IN OLD
FRENCH EPICS AND ROMANCE
Conseil Régional de la Région Centre Programme ‘JUSLITTERA’
Philippe Haugeard, Laboratoire Pouvoirs-Lettres-Normes, Université
d’Orléans
Bernard Ribémont, Laboratoire Pouvoirs-Lettres-Normes, Université
d’Orléans
La paix au détriment de la vérité: la leçon des arcanes
procéduraux dans le Roman de Renart (Language: Français)
Jérôme Devard, Centre d’études supérieures de civilisation médiévale,
Université de Poitiers
Faux coupables et vrais imposteurs: L’usurpation d’identité face
à la justice (Amis et Amiles, Berthe aus grans piés) (Language:
Français)
Nadine Henrard, Département de recherches sur le Moyen Âge tardif et
la première Modernité, Université de Liège
Accusation, preuve et vérité: Du Tristan de Béroul au Roman de
la violette de Gerbert de Montreuil (Language: Français)
Philippe Haugeard
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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801
Baines Wing: Room 1.15
NOTHING MORE THAN FEELINGS?: ANGLO-SAXONS ON EMOTIONS
IMC Programming Committee,
Alice D. Jorgensen, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
The Materiality of Emotion in the Old English Genesis A
(Language: English)
Katherine Norcross, Department of English, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign
‘The Work of Giants’: Nationalism and Nostalgia in the Old
English Ruin (Language: English)
Courtney Barajas, Department of English, University of Texas, Austin
Parental Feeling in the Exeter Book Riddles and Elsewhere in
Old English Literature (Language: English)
Harriet Soper, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
802
[email protected]: Stage 3
A STAMP OF AUTHORITY: CASTLES AND THE REINFORCEMENT OF SOCIAL
HIERARCHIES
Castle Studies Group
Audrey Thorstad, School of History, University of Leeds
Gillian Scott, Castle Studies Group, South Shields
Torches, Spades, and Picks: Destroyed Castles in the Middle
Ages (Language: English)
Richard Nevell, Department of Archaeology, University of Exeter
Establishing a Royal Connection: Heraldic Displays in Late
Medieval Castles (Language: English)
Audrey Thorstad
Anglo-Norman Capita and Post-Conquest Landscape Change in
Gwent/Monmouthshire (Language: English)
Owain Connors, Department of Archaeology, University of Exeter
803
Baines Wing: Room 1.16
THE VISUALISATION OF BELONGING: QUESTIONS OF INCLUSION AND
DISTINCTION IN SPANISH AND ITALIAN MEDIEVAL ART
Amelia Hope-Jones, Department of History of Art, University of
Edinburgh
Clare Sandford-Couch, School of Law, Northumbria University
Of Culprits and Converts: The Shrine of SS. Vicente, Sabina, and
Cristeta in Ávila and the Image of the Other (Language: English)
Fabian Bojkovsky, Department of History of Art, University of
Edinburgh
A ‘thebaid’ in the City: Revisiting the Tradition of Desert
Eremitism in Late Medieval Tuscany (Language: English)
Amelia Hope-Jones
The Origins of Medieval Sculptors’ Self-Portraiture: Magester
Ursus and His Work at the Church of Santi Pietro e Paolo in
Ferentillo, Italy (Language: English)
Maria Gordusenko, Department of History of Art, University of
Edinburgh
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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804
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
COMIC DRAMA ON THE EUROPEAN CONTINENT: A CROSS-CULTURAL
EXPLORATION
Medieval & Renaissance Drama Society
Mandy Lowell, Department of Medieval Studies, Cornell University
Mandy Lowell
A Comic Catechism?: Staging the Prodigal Son in 15th-Century
Florence (Language: English)
Pietro Delcorno, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
/ Graduiertenkolleg ‘Materialität und Produktion’ (GRK 1678), Heinrich
Heine Universität Düsseldorf
Reluctant Laughter: Comedy in Very Serious Plays (Language:
English)
Elsa G. C. Strietman, Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages,
University of Cambridge
805
Parkinson Building: Room B.22
BEYOND THE ORDINARY?: WITCHES, MADMEN, AND KINGLY IMPAIRMENT
IMC Programming Committee,
Helen Frances Smith, School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures,
University of Edinburgh
Alfred the Great, Æthelred Unraed, and Edward the Confessor:
Kingly Impairment and the Anglo-Saxons (Language: English)
Marit Ronen, Department of History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
New Findings on the Origins of Witchcraft in Europe: The
Pyrenean Paradigm (Language: English)
Pau Castell Granados, Departament d’Història Medieval, Paleografia i
Diplomàtica, Universitat de Barcelona
806
University House: Beechgrove Room
URBAN COHESION AND ITS TROUBLES
IMC Programming Committee,
Christine E. Meek, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin
The 14th-Century Florentine Book of the Grain Dealer: Domenico
Lenzi - A Mid-Level Trader (Language: English)
Marie Ito, Georgetown University / Department of History, Catholic
University of America, Washington DC
Interpretative Strategies of 14th-Century Waldenses (Language:
English)
Thomas Bensing, Department of History, Central European University,
Budapest
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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807
Baines Wing: Room G.41
WALES AND THE SOUTH WEST OF ENGLAND: IDENTITY, PLACE, AND TEXTS
Great Western 4 Alliance (GW4), Universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff &
Exeter
Carolyn A. Muessig, Department of Religion & Theology, University of
Bristol
James G. Clark, Department of History, University of Exeter
The Marcher Lords and the South-West of England, 1199-1274
(Language: English)
Melissa Julian-Jones, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Arthur in the Margins (Language: English)
Katherine Anne McClune, Department of English, University of Bristol
William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (d. 1469), and the WelshLanguage Poetry of the Maritime Trade (Language: English)
Dylan Foster Evans, School of Welsh, Cardiff University
808
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
MEDIEVAL CHILDBIRTH: SOCIAL REPRESENTATION AND MEDICAL
REALITIES, II
Costanza Gislon Dopfel, Department of Modern Languages /
Department of Art History, Saint Mary’s College of California
Francesca Marchetti, Independent Scholar, London
Childbirth in the Medical Encyclopedias of Late Antiquity
(Language: English)
Irene Calà, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Humbolt Universität zu
Berlin
Childbirth in the Late Middle Ages: Hagiography, Medicine, and
Magic (Language: English)
Alessandra Foscati, Dipartimento di storie e metodi per la
Conservazione dei Beni Culturali, Università di Bologna
Knowledge Exchanges on the Physiology of Pregnancy and Birth
between India, Iran, and Greece in Late Antiquity (Language:
English)
Paolo Delaini, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà, Università di
Bologna
809
Baines Wing: Room G.37
EMOTIONS IN THE COURTROOM
Centre for Mediaeval & Early Modern Law & Literature, University of St
Andrews / Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the
History of Emotions
Kimberley-Joy Knight, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
for the History of Emotions, University of Sydney
John Hudson, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of
St Andrews
Frustration Leads to Anger: Laymen and Clerics in the
Courtroom (Language: English)
John Hudson
The Function of Displays of Anger and Fear in 12th-Century
English Courtroom Disputes (Language: English)
Will Eves, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St
Andrews
Fear and Loathing in Medieval Scandinavia (Language: English)
Kimberley-Joy Knight
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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810
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RELIGIOUS NONCONFORMISM, IV: BACK TO DOCTRINE, OR BELIEFS AND
BIBLICAL EXEGESIS IN MEDIEVAL DISSIDENT MOVEMENTS
Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk University, Brno
David Zbíral, Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk
University, Brno
David Zbíral
Apostolic Economics: Heresy, Orthodoxy, and Property in the
High Middle Ages (Language: English)
Claire Taylor, Department of History, University of Nottingham
‘I Baptize You with Water, but He Will Baptize You with the Holy
Spirit and with Fire’: The Heresy of the Damnation of John the
Baptist (Language: English)
Rachel Ernst, Independent Scholar, Georgia
Incoherencies in the Early Form of a Radical Cathar Myth of the
Fall: An Argument for the Bogomil Theory (Language: English)
Piotr Czarnecki, Instytut Religioznawstwa, Uniwersytet Jagielloński,
Kraków
811
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
PSEUDO-DIONYSIUS AND THE ARTS, II: PS-DIONYSIUS AND THE IMAGES
International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA), New York
Francesca Dell’Acqua, Dipartimento di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale,
Università degli Studi di Salerno
Francesca Dell’Acqua
Pseudo-Dionysius and the Iconophiles: Another Visit to the
Topic (Language: English)
Alexandros Alexakis, Department of Philology, University of Ioannina
Eikon and Symbolon in the Corpus Dionysiacum: Scriptures and
Sacraments as Aesthetical Categories (Language: English)
Angelo Tavolaro, Dipartimento di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale,
Università di Salerno
Pseudo-Dionysius and the First Figurative Mosaic Program in
the Hagia Sophia after Iconoclasm (Language: English)
Natalia Teteriatnikov, Independent Scholar, Washington DC
812
Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
THE ROMAN LEGAL HERITAGE BETWEEN CONTINUITY AND REFORMATION,
II: LAW IN PRACTICE
Projet Volterra, University College London
R. W. Benet Salway, Department of History, University College London
Michael H. Crawford, Department of History, University College London
Justinian between Rome and Ravenna in the Ottonian
Renaissance (Language: English)
Simon Corcoran, Department of History, University College London
Peter Crassus and the Legal Renovatio of the 11th Century
(Language: English)
Leidulf Melve, Centre for Medieval Studies, Universitetet i Bergen
Contract Law in the Canon Law Collections of the Pre-Gregorian
Reform: Towards Freedom of Contract? (Language: English)
Piotr Alexandrowicz, Faculty of Law & Administration, Adam Mickiewicz
University, Poznań
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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813
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
COLUMBANUS AND JONAS OF BOBBIO
Translated Texts for Historians, Liverpool University Press
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Wendy Davies, Independent Scholar, Woolstone
The Latin of Jonas of Bobbio (Language: English)
Mark Stansbury, Department of Classics, National University of Ireland,
Galway
The Monastic Saepta in Jonas: Image and Reality (Language:
English)
Ian N. Wood
A Neglected Monumental Inscription in Bobbio (Language:
English)
Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, Department of History, National University of Ireland,
Galway
Jonas of Bobbio and the Authorship of the Vita Vedastis prima
(Language: English)
Alexander O’Hara, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
814
Baines Wing: Room 1.13
NETWORKS & NEIGHBOURS, IV: TRACING ARISTOCRATIC NETWORKS IN
THREE EARLY MEDIEVAL KINGDOMS
Networks & Neighbours
Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto, School of History, University of Leeds /
Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES)
Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto
Searching for the Visigothic State: Monarchy and Aristocracy in
the Visigothic Kingdom of Toledo (Language: English)
Paulo Henrique de Carvalho Pachá, Departamento de História,
Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro
Merovingian Testaments and Power Relations in the
Transference of Goods (Language: English)
Karen Torres da Rosa, Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências
Humanas, Universidade de São Paulo
Northumbrian Aristocracy through the Archaeological Evidence
(Language: English)
Renato Rodrigues Da Silva, Department of History, University of
Leicester
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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815
Parkinson Building: Room 1.08
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN THE NORTH: THE FOURTH LATERAN COUNCIL
(1215) AND ITS IMPACT
Anna Minara Ciardi, Centrum för Teologi och Religionsvetenskap, Lunds
Universitet
Bertil Nilsson, Institutionen för Litteratur, Idéhistoria och Religion,
Göteborgs Universitet
Institutional Reform and Renewal?: Cathedral Chapters in
Scandinavia in Context of the Fourth Lateran Council (Language:
English)
Anna Minara Ciardi
Lateran IV and Cardinal Wilhelm of Sabina’s Efforts to
Consolidate the Church in Norway in 1247, with a Sideglance to
the Skänninge-Council in Sweden in 1248 (Language: English)
Torstein Jørgensen, Misjonshogskolen Stavanger
Confessing to Another Priest: The Impact of Lateran IV to
Scandinavian Petitions to the Apostolic Penitentiary (Language:
English)
Kirsi Salonen, School of History, Culture & Arts Studies, University of
Turku
816
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
THE PAPACY OF THE EARLY 12TH CENTURY
St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Enrico Veneziani, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University
of St Andrews
John Howe, Department of History, Texas Tech University
Oculi Domini super iustos: Pope Honorius II, St Peter, and the
Roman Primacy (Language: English)
Enrico Veneziani
Honorius II: An Enigma (Language: English)
Mary E. Stroll, Department of History, University of California, San
Diego
Tanquam splendidum solem?: The Papal Reform Confronts
Greek Alterity - Some Ecclesiological Considerations and
Problems in the First Half of the 12th Century (Language: English)
Nicola Naccari, Dipartimento Conservazione dei Beni Culturali,
Università di Bologna
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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817
University House: St George Room
COMMUNITIES OF REFORM, II: CARTHUSIAN DISCOURSES OF DEVOTIONAL
REFORM
COST Action IS 1301 ‘New Communities of Interpretation’
Sabrina Corbellini, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Frances Andrews, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University
of St Andrews
Modelling Religious Life: The Carthusian Contribution to the
Cloister Movement in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Johanna Josina van Aelst, European Research Council Project ‘Old Pious
Vernacular Successes’, Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes,
Paris
Fifty Shades of Lay: The Carthusian Institution of the Donatus in
Late Medieval Reformist Communities and the Modern Devotion
(Language: English)
Tom Gaens, Cartusiana vzw, Zelem
Reinventing Early Church Saints: Carthusian Perspectives
(Language: English)
Mathilde van Dijk, Faculteit der Godgeleerdheid en
Godsdienstwetenschap, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
818
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
MATILDA OF TUSCANY-CANOSSA: COMMEMORATING THE 9TH CENTENNIAL OF
THE GREAT COUNTESS, III - LIFE AND AFTERLIFE
‘Matilda 900’ / School of Visual Arts, New York / Department of History
/ Medieval & Early Modern Centre, University of Sydney
Valerie Eads, Department of Humanities & Sciences, School of Visual
Arts, New York and Penelope Joan Nash, Department of History,
University of Sydney
Robert Houghton, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University
of St Andrews
Matilda of Canossa in Italian and German Literature and
Iconography in the 19th-Century (Language: English)
Donatella Jager Bedogni, Istituto Superiore Liceale ‘Matilde di Canossa’,
Reggio Emilia
Matilda of Tuscany and the Fortunes of War: Reflections on
Matilda’s Military Career in Light of Recent Research (Language:
English)
David Hay, Department of History, University of Lethbridge
Matilda and the Towns: A Comparative and ‘Configurational’
Analysis (Language: English)
Eugenio Riversi, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
819
Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
MODERN RENEWALS OF MEDIEVAL CULTURE, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Victoria Turner, School of Modern Languages - French, University of St
Andrews
‘The Sound of Dante’s Language’: An Alternative Medieval
Tradition for Ted Hughes (Language: English)
James Robinson, Department of English Studies, Durham University
Early Medieval Echoes: Monastic Missionaries to the Sioux,
1887-1910 (Language: English)
Steven A. Stofferahn, Department of History, Indiana State University
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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820
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
REFORMING URBAN SOCIETY, III
IMC Programming Committee,
Clemens Gantner, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Traces of Western European Influences on Danish Trade
Organization as Part of a Renewal at the End of the 12th Century
(Language: English)
Eva Trein Nielsen, Independent Scholar, Kokkedal
A Strategy of Continuity: The Permanence of the Venetian
Community in Constantinople, 1454-1455 (Language: English)
Pauline Guéna, Département d’histoire, Université Paris-Sorbonne Paris IV
Madrasas in the Medieval Near East: Religious Scholarship and
Political Subversion (Language: English)
Fozia Bora, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - Arabic, Islamic
& Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
821
Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
ELUSIVE AFFECTION
Amy Brown, Département d’Anglais, Faculté des Lettres, Université de
Genève
Valerie Blythe Johnson, School of Literature, Media & Communication,
Georgia Institute of Technology
Sir Lancelot in the Friend Zone: Strategies for Offering and
Limiting Affection in the Stanzaic Morte Arthur (Language:
English)
Amy Brown
Charting Affection: Monastic Charters and Aristocratic
Sociability in 11th-Century Brittany (Language: English)
Regan Eby, Department of History, Boston College, Massachusetts
‘A great chaser of a gentlewoman’: Male Bonding in 15thCentury Letters (Language: English)
Rachel E. Moss, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
822
University House: Great Woodhouse Room
WYCLIFFE, HUS, AND THE IMPACT OF REFORM, IV: BATTLE OF WORDS BATTLE OF SWORDS
Lollard Society / Centrum Medievistických Studií, Akademie vĕd České
Republiky, Praha / Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien
Fiona Somerset, Department of English, University of Connecticut
Pavlina Rychterová, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Nobility and Religion in Hussite Bohemia (Language: English)
Robert Novotný, Centrum Medievistických Studií, Akademie vĕd České
Republiky, Praha
Sir Richard la Zouche: Another Lollard Knight? (Language:
English)
Maureen Jurkowski, Department of History, University College London
The Taming of the Warrior?: Concepts of Violence in the Life of
Bohemian Nobility in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Zdeněk Beran, Institute of History, University of Hradec Králové
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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823
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APOCALYPSE, PROPHECY, AND REFORM, IV
Department of History, University of Bristol
Anke Holdenried, Department of History, University of Bristol and
Felicitas Schmieder, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Anke Holdenried
Prophecy as Ideological Reform: Emperor Henry VI and the
Search for New Imperial Ideas (Language: English)
Thomas Foerster, Det norske institutt i Roma, Universitetet i Oslo
Prophecy and Reform: Hildegard of Bingen’s Liturgical Works
(Language: English)
Stephen Marc D’Evelyn, University of Bristol
Pseudo-Joachim and the Prophetic World of the Kingdom of
Sicily in the Late Duecento (Language: English)
David Morris, Department of History, University of Notre Dame
824
Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
ASCETIC CONVERSION AND ASCETIC NETWORKS IN LATE ANTIQUITY
Medieval & Ancient Research Centre (MARCUS), University of Sheffield
Julia Hillner, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Jamie Wood, School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln
Brothers in Prayers: The Monastic Network of Lerins, 410-450
(Language: English)
David Natal Villazala, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
‘Like a safe tower on a steady rock’: Wives and Mothers in the
Ascetic Networks of Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Veronika Wieser, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Forced Ascetic Conversion and Ascetic Networks in Late
Antiquity (Language: English)
Julia Hillner
825
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
POWER & INSTITUTIONS IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM & CHRISTENDOM (PIMIC),
IV: POWER, INSTITUTIONS, AND CANON LAW IN BYZANTINE AND MEDIEVAL
CONTEXTS
Power & Institutions in Medieval Islam & Christendom (PIMIC), Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Michel Kaplan, UFR d’histoire, Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Tommi Lankila, Department of History, Princeton University / Università
Roma ‘Tor Vergata’
The Institutional Identity of the Papacy and the Lateran Council
of 649 (Language: English)
Adrian Viale, UFR d’histoire, Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Byzantine Bishops’ Canonical Questions in the 12th Century
(Language: English)
Jack Roskilly, UFR d’histoire, Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Marriage Dispensations from the Diocese of Florence, 14551530 (Language: English)
Jasmin Hauck, Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza, Università degli studi di
Roma Tre
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
THE PICTORIAL NARRATIVE: REFORMED OR RENEWED?
Department of History of Art, University of Warwick
Louise Bourdua, Department of the History of Art, University of
Warwick
Louise Bourdua
Repositioning Guido da Siena’s Narrative Cycle in the Cathedral
of Siena (Language: English)
Kayoko Ichikawa, Department of History of Art, University of Warwick
Renewing or Reforming Augustinian Imagery in a Ravenna
Narrative Cycle (Language: English)
Fabio Massaccesi, Dipartimento delle Arti visive, performative e mediali,
Università di Bologna
Guariento’s ‘Continuous Narrative’ in the Cappella Carrarese,
Padua (Language: English)
Zuleika Murat, Dipartimento dei Beni Culturali, Università degli Studi di
Padova
828
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
SOCIAL CONFLICTS, KINSHIP STRUCTURES, AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN
EARLY MEDIEVAL ITALY IN THE 8TH-11TH CENTURIES, II: FAMILY TIES
BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE
PRIN: Conflitti sociali, strutture parentali e comunità locali nell’Italia
altomedievale (VIII-XI secolo)
Maddalena Betti, Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche, Geografiche e
dell’Antichità (DiSSGeA), Università degli Studi di Padova
Maria Cristina La Rocca, Dipartimento di Storia, Università degli Studi di
Padova
Marriage in Context: An Attempt of Overall Reading of De
institutione laicali by Jonas of Orléans (Language: English)
Francesco Veronese, ‘PRIN: Conflitti sociali, strutture parentali e
comunità locali nell’Italia altomedievale (VIII-XI secolo)’, Padova
Pro causa Deusdedit: A Marriage on Trial in Late-Carolingian
Ravenna (Language: English)
Maddalena Betti
Remembering and Forgetting Kinship in Christian Burial Places
(Language: English)
Irene Barbiera, Dipartimento di Storia, Università degli Studi di Padova
829
Baines Wing: Room 1.14
FROM ALFREDIAN RENEWAL TO BENEDICTINE REFORM: DEVELOPMENTS IN
ANGLO-SAXON LITERARY HISTORY IN THE LONG 10TH CENTURY
Mark Atherton, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford
Francis Leneghan, Faculty of English Language & Literature, University
of Oxford
Literature and Patronage at Alfred’s Court (Language: English)
Daniel Anlezark, Department of English, University of Sydney
The National Emphasis in the Old English Menologium, the
Monastic Revival, and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (Language:
English)
Kazutomo Karasawa, Department of English & American Literature,
Komazawa University, Tokyo
King Edgar as Reformer: Literary Perspectives in Æthelwold,
Lantfred, and the Vercelli Homilies (Language: English)
Mark Atherton
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Parkinson Building: Room B.10
BETWEEN DUBROVNIK AND VENICE: RENEWAL OF THE RELIGIOUS AND BUILT
LANDSCAPES IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Croatian Science Foundation
Nada Grujić, Institute of Art History, University of Zagreb and Ana
Plosnić Škarić, Institute of Art History, University of Zagreb
Donal Cooper, Department of History of Art, University of Cambridge
(Re)Programming of the Urban Space, 1250-1350 (Language:
English)
Danko Zelić, Institut za povijest umjetnosti (Institute of Art History),
University of Zagreb
City Government as Instigator of Religious Changes: Civic
Devotion and the Observant Reform in Late Medieval Dubrovnik
(Language: English)
Ana Marinković, Department of History of Art, University of Zagreb and
Matko Matija Marušić, Institute of Art History, Zagreb
The First Two European Ghettos (Language: English)
Alessandra Ferrighi, Dipartimento di Architettura Construzione
Conservazione, Università Iuav di Venezia and Ana Plosnić Škarić
831
Parkinson Building: Room B.09
(RE)FORMING WOMEN: FLUID FEMININITIES AND SOCIO-RELIGIOUS
REFORM, II
Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship
Liz Herbert McAvoy, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University
Roberta Magnani, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University
Reforming Abbesses: The Fontevraudian Reform (Language:
English)
Catherine Innes-Parker, Department of English, University of Prince
Edward Island
Alijt Bake: Literacy, Reform, and Resistance in the Low
Countries (Language: English)
Barbara Zimbalist, Department of English, University of Texas, El Paso
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Parkinson Building: Room B.11
REFORMING KNOWLEDGE IN MONASTIC CONTEXTS
IMC Programming Committee,
Jay Diehl, Department of History, Long Island University, New York
Correct Knowledge and the Aftermath of the Benedictine Reform
in Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England (Language: English)
Inka Moilanen, Department of History, Stockholms Universitet
Scientific Renewal through Monastic Reform?: The Case of the
Arnstein Bible (London, British Library, MS Harley 2799)
(Language: English)
Michael Schonhardt, Historisches Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
Freiburg
Suger’s Completion of the Economy of the Kingdom in the
Reformation of Saint-Denis (Language: English)
Jason Crow, School of Architecture, Louisiana State University
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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University House: Cloberry Room
CRUSADES ACROSS THE BORDERS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
IMC Programming Committee,
Jonathan Phillips, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Material Culture, Gift Giving, and Diplomacy during the Crusades
(Language: English)
Hannah Buckingham, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
The African Crusading Threat: Muslim Paranoia or Reality?
(Language: English)
Adam Simmons, Department of History, Lancaster University
834
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
BIBLICAL EXEGESIS IN MEDIEVAL CHRONICLES, II: FRONTIERS AND FAITH
IN THE BALTIC AND OUTREMER
Nicholas E. Morton, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent
University and Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University
of Leeds
Nicholas E. Morton
How Consciously did Medieval Chroniclers Quote the Bible?:
Biblical Allusions in the Chronicle of Henry of Livonia (Language:
English)
Alan V. Murray
‘To execute vengeance upon the peoples’: Psalm 149 and Henry
of Livonia’s Account of the Danish Crusade of 1206 (Language:
English)
Ane L. Bysted, Institut for Kultur og Samfund, Aarhus Universitet
Crusading, Martyrdom, and Emotions: The Passio of Reynaud of
Châtillon, Prince of Antioch (Language: English)
Alex Marx, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
835
Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
MILITARY ORDERS AND MATERIALITY
IMC Programming Committee,
Joanna Phillips, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
The Crusader Hospital of St John in Jerusalem: New Excavations
and Ideas (Language: English)
Ilya Berkovich, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
Faith and Political Strategy: Artistic Donations for St Mary’s
Church in Gdańsk during the Reign of the Teutonic Order
(Language: English)
Weronika Grochowska, Institute of the History of Art, University of
Gdańsk
Swords and Crucifixes: Function and Duties of the Order of St
John in Fribourg (Switzerland) in the Mirror of Late Medieval
Inventories (Language: English)
Chantal Camenisch, Historisches Institut, Universität Bern
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Parkinson Building: Room B.08
CROSS-CULTURAL ELEMENTS IN ART AND ARCHITECTURE
IMC Programming Committee,
Diana Lucía Gómez-Chacón, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Repetitive yet Modified Romanesque Architectural Motifs with
New Impulse along the Pilgrimage Route (Language: English)
Hee Sook Lee-Niinioja, Independent Scholar, Helsinki
Medieval Aragon’s Hybrid New Artistic Style in the Making:
Depictions of Artists and Artisans on Teruel’s Cathedral Ceiling
(Language: English)
Marianne David, Art Students League / Trinity School, New York
837
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
FEMALE RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCES IN TIMES OF REFORM: THE STRENGTH OF
NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS TOWARDS NON-REGULAR COMMUNITIES IN
PORTUGAL, 13TH-15TH CENTURIES
Instituto de Estudos Medievais / Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e
Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Centro de Estudos de História
Religiosa, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
João Luís Fontes, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Universidade Nova de
Lisboa / Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa, Universidade Católica
Portuguesa
Mário Farelo, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Universidade Nova de
Lisboa / Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa, Universidade Católica
Portuguesa
From Reclusion to the Monastery: The Origins of Some
Portuguese Houses of Cistercians and Poor Clares in the 13th
Century (Language: English)
Filomena Pimentel de Carvalho Andrade, Universidade Aberta, Lisboa
and Luís Rêpas, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de Ciências
Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
On the Heels of the Female Communities of the Poor Life: The
Cases of Lisbon and Évora, 14th-15th Centuries (Language:
English)
João Luís Fontes
The Making of an Observant Model: The Hagiographical
Narratives of a Portuguese Dominican Nunnery (Language:
English)
Gilberto Coralejo Moiteiro, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria / Instituto de
Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
ECONOMIC INNOVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS IN LATE
MEDIEVAL ENGLAND: PAPERS IN HONOUR OF RICHARD BRITNELL AND JOHN
MUNRO, IV
Peter Larson, Department of History, University of Central Florida
Simon J. Harris, Research Institute for the Humanities, Keele University
The Origins of Environmental Concerns: Rivers in Medieval
England (Language: English)
John Langdon, Department of History & Classics, University of Alberta
Small-Scale Technology and the Intensification of Peasant
Agriculture in Medieval England (Language: English)
Alex Sapoznik, Department of History, King’s College London
The Developing Dairy Industry in Late Medieval England:
Environment, Economy, and Entrepreneurialization (Language:
English)
Jordan Claridge, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
839
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
WRITING HISTORY IN THE ANGLO-NORMAN WORLD: CARTULARIES AS
HISTORY?
John Rylands Research Institute, University of Manchester / Battle
Conference for Anglo-Norman Studies
Charles Insley, John Rylands Research Institute, University of
Manchester
Charles Insley
The Fontevraud pancartes of Fulk V of Anjou (Language: English)
Kathryn Dutton, Department of History, University of Manchester
Monastic Cartularies as (Hi)stories? (Language: English)
Robert Berkhofer, Department of History, Western Michigan University
Cartularies and Politics in Anglo-Norman England (Language:
English)
Nicholas Karn, Department of History, University of Southampton
841
Baines Wing: Room G.36
THE USE AND ABUSE OF THE MIDDLE AGES IN THE MODERN WORLD, IV:
NATIONALISM AND IDENTITY
CARMEN: Worldwide Medieval Network
Karl Christian Alvestad, Department of History, University of
Winchester and Katherine Weikert, Department of Archaeology /
Department of History, University of Winchester
Katherine Weikert
Playing Politics: Exploring Nationalism and Conservatism in
Fantasy Video Games (Language: English)
Victoria Cooper, School of English, University of Leeds
Remembered: Forgiven? - Should a Buried Norwegian Nazi
Monument be Exhumed? (Language: English)
Øystein Ekroll, Nidaros Cathedral Restoration Workshop, Trondheim
Karl Christian Alvestad and Katherine Weikert
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
SCANDINAVIAN HISTORY IN THE VIKING AND MIDDLE AGES, II: DENMARK
IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Edward Carlsson Browne, Independent Scholar, Cambridge and Paul
Gazzoli, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Mia Münster-Swendsen, Section of History, Roskilde Universitet
Saxo Grammaticus on the Gift: Between the Classics and Social
Anthropology (Language: English)
Lars Kjaer, Department of History, New College of the Humanities,
London
Invasion or Scam?: Valdemar IV’s Proposed Invasion of England
in 1359 (Language: English)
Thomas Heebøll-Holm, Institut for Historie, Syddansk Universitet,
Odense
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
MILITARY REFORM
IMC Programming Committee,
Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Maryland / Royal
Armouries, Leeds
Poliorcetics Systems: Renewed or Classical Connections? Byzantine and Roman Influences in Some Iberian Visigothic
Military Hill Forts (Language: English)
José María Tejado Sebastián, Grupo de Investigación en Patrimonio y
Paisajes Culturales (GIPyPAC), Universidad del País Vasco
Medieval Repairs and Renewals on Istanbul Sea Walls
(Language: English)
Nisa Semiz, Department of Architecture, İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi
Oral Performance in Warfare: Some Changes in the Late Middle
Ages (Language: English)
Ziyun Dong, Faculty of History, Zhejiang University
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
STUDIES IN FRENCH LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE
IMC Programming Committee,
Emma Campbell, Department of French Studies, University of Warwick
The Essential Face: Circulation, Deconstruction, and Persistence
of Facial Imagery in Medieval French Vernacular Texts
(Language: English)
Alice Hazard, Department of French, King’s College London
John Gower’s Anglo-French Balades: How Anglo, How French? An Investigation of His Language, Style, and Themes (Language:
English)
Michael Anthony Ingham, Department of English, Lingnan University,
Hong Kong
Cousin as a Term of Address for Non-Relatives: French Origin or
English Development? (Language: English)
Martina Häcker, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds /
Seminar für Anglistik, Universität Siegen
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
ANNUAL MEDIEVAL ACADEMY OF AMERICA LECTURE: THE VULGATE OF
EXPERIENCE - PREACHING, ART, AND THE MATERIAL WORLD
Medieval Academy of America
We have been told repeatedly that Gothic art was ‘A Bible for the
Simple’ and ‘A Lesson for the Laity’. Yet during the era of high medieval
reform - the 12th- and 13th-centuries - the same clerics who invoked
Gregory the Great’s famous defense of religious imagery expressed
deep suspicion of sensory perception, criticizing delight in the material
world and reliance on visual stimuli as ‘Jewish’ and un-spiritual. In fact,
few pedagogical invocations of iconography have been found in
surviving medieval sermon texts. How, then, to reconcile these
tensions and explain the simultaneous intense investment in and
apparent under-exploitation of church art in the high Middle Ages?
This lecture will explore a series of sermons, exempla, and chronicle
narratives that address issues of seeing, knowing, and art in order to
explore high medieval approaches to vision, knowledge, and truth. The
aim is not to elaborate a general theory of image reception, but to
investigate how images were made to serve pastoral ends in a given
intellectual and cultural context - the flourishing urban society of high
medieval Europe. The lecture will argue that far from treating artworks
as an ‘open book’, medieval preachers employed strange, even
counter-intuitive readings to underline and even intensify the illegibility
of sculpture and stained glass, and insisted on the deceptive nature of
outward appearance. Yet at the same time they frequently cited
everyday experience and benefited from the immediate, aesthetic
reactions inspired by artworks. Pastoral invocations of art thus tread a
fine line between clear and oblique, accessible and obscure, art is used
simultaneously to reveal and safeguard religious truths. This tension is
central to the preachers’ charge: they wanted their sermons to
educate, inspire, and guide, but not emancipate their audience; they
wanted to reveal the essence of God’s word while protecting its full
force and glory. This evidence suggests that the power of images was
no less feared than the power of words, and had to be harnessed in
similar ways. It seems, in short, that art was, indeed, the ‘Bible of the
Simple’, but, as such, it had, like the word of God, to be veiled.
About the Medieval Academy of America:
The Medieval Academy is pleased once again to host the Annual
Medieval Academy Lecture, an opportunity for the Academy to
showcase some of the important work being done by scholars in North
America. We hope you will join us for a reception immediately following
the lecture, where members of the Medieval Academy staff will be
available to answer questions about the Academy and its work. For
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TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
REFORM AND RENEWAL: NEW DIRECTIONS IN EARLY DRAMA RESEARCH - A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Medieval English Theatre / Early English Drama & Performance Network
Clare Wright, School of English, University of Kent
Alexandra F. Johnston, Records of Early English Drama, University of
Toronto
The last forty years have seen tremendous change and innovation in
medieval drama research. During this time the field has gradually
moved from the margins to hold a more central position in medieval
studies, has shifted its focus from drama-as-text to drama-asperformance and in doing so has proven the importance of performance
to medieval European culture. The field has also been subject to many
theoretical reforms as scholars seek out new approaches to the often
fragmentary extant source materials, and yet, with a new wave of early
drama scholars, there has also been a renewal of more traditional
scholarship and a return to analysing early playtexts as literary objects,
operating within a medieval reading, as well as a performance, culture.
Given Medieval English Theatre’s recent official constitution as a
Society, the IMC 2015 provides an opportune moment in which to bring
together scholars at all stages of their careers to discuss current trends
in and new approaches to medieval and Tudor drama, to think about
how far the field has advanced and its future directions.
Participants include Elisabeth Dutton (Université de Fribourg), Tamara
Haddad (University of Kent), Peter Happé (University of Southampton),
Pamela King (University of Glasgow), Laura Elizabeth Rice (University
of Bristol), and Meg Twycross (Lancaster University).
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Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
THE HUMANITIES UNDER FIRE: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
State University of New York, Oneonta
April Harper, Department of History, State University of New York,
Oneonta
April Harper
In light of the most recent attacks on the humanities that are defunding
students and departments, labeling the subject as ‘non-productive’ and
closing or slashing departments, this round table seeks to share the
experiences of the international medieval community and explore how
the academic community can respond.
Participants include Francesco Dall’Aglio (Centro Studi Luca Giordano),
Helen Foxhall Forbes (Durham University), and Björn Weiler
(Aberystwyth University).
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
WOMEN RELIGIOUS: WHERE TO GO NEXT? - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
History of Women Religious of Britain & Ireland Network (H-WBRI) /
Société d’Études Interdisciplinaires sur les Femmes au Moyen Âge et la
Renaissance (SEIFMAR)
Kimm Curran, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow and
Kirsty Day, School of History, University of Leeds
Kirsty Day
The main purpose of this round table, which concludes the series of
sessions on ‘New Directions in the Study of Women Religious’, is to
discuss how better to assure the inclusion of the evidence of female
religious in the intellectual discourses that have formed within the field
of medieval religiosity. Obstacles, such as those posed by terminology
and periodisation, to a full understanding of female religious and the
contribution that their evidence can make to our understanding of
medieval religiosity will be considered by the participants. Two
presentations from the organisers of major projects on female religious
- one encompassing a series of international conferences on nuns’
literacies, and the other from the Société d’Études Interdisciplinaires
sur les Femmes au Moyen Âge et la Renaissance - will consider, in
conjunction with other participants, the best way forward for these
projects.
Participants include Kimm Curran (University of Glasgow), Laura Cayrol
Bernardo (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris),
Elizabeth Goodwin (University of Sheffield), Kathryn Maude (King’s
College London), Veronica M. O’Mara (University of Hull), Mercedes
Pérez Vidal (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Julie Ann
Smith (University of Sydney), and Patricia Stoop (Universiteit
Antwerpen).
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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University House: Cloberry Room
WHAT IS THE CULTURAL HISTORY OF MEDICINE IN THE MIDDLE AGES?: A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
School of History, University of Leeds
Iona McCleery, School of History, University of Leeds
Joanne T. Edge, Department of History & Philosophy of Science,
University of Cambridge
The year 2019 will see the publication of the Cultural History of
Medicine in six volumes (Bloomsbury). The overall editor of the project,
modern historian Roger Cooter, is keen that all the authors engage with
the concept of the cultural history of medicine and reflect on their
approaches to the subject. The authors working on the volume devoted
to medieval medicine would therefore like to explore the following
questions with an international audience:
What does a ‘cultural’ history of medicine look like? How does it differ
from a ‘social’ history of medicine? Is the word ‘medicine’ a problem in
its own right? What are the cultural theories/approaches/frameworks
that have influenced you or that you use regularly in your research?
How do the different disciplines/departments/institutions/countries that
you belong to affect the way you research, write and teach the history
of medicine? What about your other identities/roles? Do medievalists
use cultural theory differently from modernists and if so why? Does it
matter?
Participants include Florence Eliza Glaze (Coastal Carolina University),
Iona McCleery (University of Leeds), Irina Metzler (Swansea University
/ Universität Bremen), and Kathleen Walker-Meikle (University of York).
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Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
EMOTIONS IN THE COURTROOM: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Centre for Mediaeval & Early Modern Law & Literature, University of St
Andrews / Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the
History of Emotions
Kimberley-Joy Knight, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
for the History of Emotions, University of Sydney
John Hudson, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of
St Andrews
The recent surge of interest in the history of the emotions has seen
medievalists uncover a broad range of new source material recording
the affective lives of Europeans in the Middle Ages. A parallel growth of
interest in crime and judicial records from ecclesiastical and secular
courts has identified these as excellent sources and made clear that the
courtroom could be a locus for emotionally charged events, in which
anger, fear, and love feature prominently. This round table will bring
together the insights of these strands of research, and will address the
following themes:
the role that emotions played in legal conduct
emotional responses to punishment or leniency
provoked, faked, and repressed emotions
the influence of religious norms and moral codes
Patricipants include Kimberley-Joy Knight (University of Sydney), John
Hudson (University of St Andrews), Paul Hyams ( Cornell University /
Independent Scholar, Oxford), Matthew McHaffie (King’s College
London), and James Page (University of Durham)
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
CREATIVE WRITING AND THE MIDDLE AGES: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Centre of Late Antique & Medieval Studies, King’s College London
Carl Kears, Department of English Language & Literature, King’s
College London
Carl Kears
This round table brings together writers and creative medievalists to
depart from ongoing discussions of ‘medievalism’ and think in more
detail about the processes and possibilities of using medieval literature
to create new fictions, new poems, and new works of art. Contributors
will discuss their own approach to creative writing, translation, and
imaginative scholarship; offer extracts and examples of projects old
and new; and ask why the Middle Ages proves a seemingly
inexhaustible resource for those writing in a variety of modern genres.
It is anticipated that this session will overrun; attendees are invited to
stay afterwards and join in the discussion.
Participants include Mary Baine Campbell (Brandeis University,
Massachusetts), Matthew Francis (Aberystwyth University), James
Antonion Paz (University of Manchester), and Victoria Whitworth
(University of the Highlands & Islands).
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Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
MATILDA OF TUSCANY-CANOSSA: COMMEMORATING THE 9TH CENTENNIAL OF
THE GREAT COUNTESS, IV - THE GREGORIAN REFORM AND BEYOND: A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
‘Matilda 900’ / School of Visual Arts, New York / Department of History
/ Medieval & Early Modern Centre, University of Sydney
Valerie Eads, Department of Humanities & Sciences, School of Visual
Arts, New York
Helen J. Nicholson, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Participants will discuss the results of applying ‘new methodologies’ to
some very old questions and suggest some new questions to be
addressed, possibly by using very old methodologies.
Participants include Edward Coleman (University College Dublin),
Valerie Eads (School of Visual Arts, New York), David Hay (University of
Lethbridge), Robert Houghton (University of St Andrews), Penelope
Joan Nash (University of Sydney), and Eugenio Riversi (Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn).
TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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University House: Great Woodhouse Room
WYCLIFFE, HUS, AND THE IMPACT OF REFORM, V: EDITING WYCLIFFE AND
HUS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk University, Brno / Lollard
Society
Petra Mutlová, Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk University,
Brno
Petra Mutlová
This round table will address the modalities of reception of the key
writings of Wycliffe and Hus throughout the centuries and the
consequences of various source editions for our present understanding
of these two influential reformers. We will discuss current editing
projects as well as the reasons behind the availability or lack of critical
editions and/or vernacular translations, focusing on why certain works
were made accessible and others ignored. We will also pay attention to
the way early modern prints, which are readily accessible but
notoriously and sometimes intentionally biased, have distorted our
image of the Wycliffite and Hussite ideas. This round table discussion
complements the series of sessions on ‘Wycliffe, Hus, and the Impact of
Reform’.
Participants include Anne Hudson (University of Oxford), Stephen Lahey
(University of Nebraska, Lincoln), Pavlina Rychterová (Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien), Elizabeth Solopova (University of
Oxford), and Fiona Somerset (University of Connecticut).
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Parkinson Building: Room B.11
NEW VOICES IN ANGLO-SAXON STUDIES, I
International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (ISAS)
Peter Darby, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Sharon Rowley, Department of English, Christopher Newport University,
Virginia
An Anglo-Saxon at the Gates of Erebus: Boniface and the
Enjoyment of Classical Style (Language: English)
Hollie Thomas, School of History, Philosophy, Religion & Classics,
University of Queensland
Cuthbert as Lamp: Bede’s Transformation of Cuthbert in His
Metrical Vita Sancti Cuthberti (Language: English)
Britton Elliott Brooks, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
Orthopraxy out the Window: Early Medieval Sources and
Shifting Burial Practice during the Anglo-Saxon Conversion
(Language: English)
Samantha Leggett, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney
1002
University House: Cloberry Room
NEW INTERPRETATIONS OF OLD TEXTILES
Discussion, Interpretation & Study of Textile Arts, Fabrics & Fashion
(DISTAFF)
Gale R. Owen-Crocker, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University
of Manchester
Elizabeth Coatsworth, School of History of Art & Design, Manchester
Metropolitan University
Evidence of Female Dress in 7th-8th-Century Grobin, Latvia
(Language: English)
Santa Jansone, Independent Scholar, Riga
Textiles in Performance: The Durham Cope and St Cuthbert’s
Banner (Language: English)
Mark Campbell Chambers, Department of English Studies, Durham
University
Pisanello’s Drawings of the Dress of John VIII Paleologus
(Language: English)
Joyce Kubiski, Frostic School of Art, Western Michigan University
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Parkinson Building: Room B.22
PETRIFICATION PROCESSES: ARTEFACTS, ARCHITECTURE, AND AFTERLIFE
McCord Centre for Historic & Cultural Landscape, Newcastle University
Sophie Hueglin, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Newcastle
University
Victoria Whitworth, Centre for Nordic Studies, University of the
Highlands & Islands, Orkney
Parcels and Possession, Petrification and Permanence
(Language: English)
Sam Turner, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Newcastle
University
Materials and Methods, Movements, and Motivations (Language:
English)
Sophie Hueglin
Graves and Go(o)ds, Generations, and Genealogy (Language:
English)
Andreas Haasis-Berner, Archäologische Denkmalpflege,
Regierungspräsidium Freiburg and Ulrike Scholz, Independent Scholar,
Regensberg
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Baines Wing: Room 1.15
LATE MEDIEVAL BOHEMIAN LITERATURE: PERFORMANCE, POETICS,
POLEMICS
IMC Programming Committee,
Balázs Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Between Text and Performance: Bohemian Planctus as a Liminal
Genre (Language: English)
Eliška Poláčková, Department of Theatre Studies, Masaryk University,
Brno
The Life and Work of Michael Pragensis: With Special Reference
to Dialogus de custodia virginitatis (Language: English)
Jana Kaderová, Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk Univerzity,
Brno
J. Gałka’s Polish Pieśń o Wiklefie (Song on Wyclif) as an
Attempt to Politicize Philosophical Realism (Language: English)
Andrzej Wicher, Department of Studies in Drama & Pre-1800 English
Literature, University of Łódź, Poland
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
NEW APPROACHES TO MEDICAL HISTORY
IMC Programming Committee,
Iona McCleery, School of History, University of Leeds
Changelings: An Examination of ‘The Holy Greyhound’ and other
Medieval Sources in Light of Recent Developments in Medical
and Childhood Studies (Language: English)
Rose A. Sawyer, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
The Signs of Death in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Jyrki Nissi, School of Social Sciences & Humanities, University of
Tampere
Galen and the Horse-Doctors: Interrogating the Importance of
Humoural Theory to Medieval Veterinary Medicine (Language:
English)
Sunny Harrison, School of History, University of Leeds
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Parkinson Building: Room 1.08
THE AMBIGUITIES OF NOVELTY
Central European University, Budapest
Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Gerhard Jaritz
Tradition and Innovation in Byzantine Bookscripts (Language:
English)
Niels H. Gaul, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
A Crusader and the Chieftain’s Daughter: Tradition and
Innovation in the Baltic Crusades (Language: English)
Anti Selart, Institute of History & Archaeology, University of Tartu
New Towns, New Troubles: Conflicts around Town Foundations
in 13th-Century Central Europe (Language: English)
Katalin Szende, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
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Baines Wing: Room 1.14
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON 15TH-CENTURY SCOTLAND, I: FOREIGN RELATIONS
Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St Andrews
Claire Hawes, Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St
Andrews
Alastair Macdonald, School of Divinity, History & Philosophy, University
of Aberdeen
The Place of Flemish Trade in 15th-Century Scottish Politics
(Language: English)
Amy Eberlin, Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St
Andrews
Foreign Queens and Home-Grown Elites: Conflicting Influences
upon the Ceremonies of Scottish Kingship in the 15th Century
(Language: English)
Lucinda Dean, School of History & Politics, University of Stirling
The Stewart Crown, Ireland, and the World of the
Gáidhealtachtd in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Simon Egan, School of History, University College Cork
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SOCIAL COHESION, I: CONCERNS FOR COHESION IN ITALY AND THE
CAROLINGIAN REALMS, 9TH AND 10TH CENTURIES
European Research Council Project ‘Social Cohesion, Identity & Religion
in Europe (SCIRE)’
Clemens Gantner, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Celine Wawruschka, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Singing from the Same Hymn Sheet?: Amalarius of Metz’s Liber
de ordine antiphonarii and Social Cohesion (Language: English)
Graeme Ward, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Love and Marriage: Louis II’s Role in His Brother’s Marriage
Controversy and Its Impact on Italy (Language: English)
Clemens Gantner
City-States in Early Medieval Southern Italy (Language: English)
Caroline Goodson, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology,
Birkbeck, University of London
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Baines Wing: Room G.37
CANON LAW, I: CANONICAL REFORM IN THE CONTEXT OF INSULARCONTINENTAL EXCHANGES, 500-900
Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC)
Michael Daniel Elliot, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
Roy Flechner, School of History & Archives, University College Dublin
Theodore, Ecgberht, Boniface, and the Beginning of the
Penitential Genre in the West (Language: English)
Michael Daniel Elliot
The Canon Law Collection of MS Cologne 210: An Unfinished
Work? (Language: English)
Semih Heinen, Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
The Insular Elements of the Collectio 400 capitulorum
(Language: English)
Sven Meeder, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
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GRUNDMANN’S LEGACY, I: GRUNDMANN’S METHOD, NARRATIVE, AND
PRACTICE
Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris and Anne E. Lester, Department of History,
University of Colorado, Boulder
R. I. Moore, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Newcastle
University
Grundmann: Historian of Religious Practice (Language: English)
Jörg Feuchter, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, HumboldtUniversität, Berlin
‘Gottgläubig’: Herbert Grundmann, Religion, and National
Socialism (Language: English)
Letha Böhringer, Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
Grundmann, Religionsgeschichte, and the Paradigm of
Catharism (Language: English)
Mark Gregory Pegg, Department of History, Washington University in St
Louis
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Baines Wing: Room G.41
BYZANTIUM AND BEYOND
IMC Programming Committee,
Jonathan Shepard, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
The Idea of the Last Emperor in the Primary Chronicle of Kiev
(Language: English)
Mari Isoaho, Department of Philosophy, History, Culture & Art Studies,
University of Helsinki
The Bucolics of Marcus Valerius: Ancient or Medieval? (Language:
English)
Justin Stover, All Souls College, University of Oxford
Hungarian Documents about the Ethnicity of the Pechenegs
(Language: English)
Maria Magdolna Tatár, Independent Scholar, Oslo
Metaphorical Kinship in Princes’ Correspondence: From
Brotherhood to Hierarchy - Kievan and Muscovite Rus’ in the
12th-16th Centuries (Language: English)
Maria Lavrenchenko, Centre for Slavonic & Germanic Studies, Institute
of Slavistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
MEROVINGIANS IN WORD AND PRACTICE
Oxford Handbook of the Merovingian World
Isabel Moreira, Department of History, University of Utah
Isabel Moreira
Losing the Plot?: Gregory of Tours and His Story (Language:
English)
Simon Loseby, Department of History, University of Sheffield
The Place of Liturgy in the Merovingian World (Language: English)
Lisa Kaaren Bailey, Department of History, University of Auckland
Growing Up and Changing Style: Grave Goods and Children’s
Social Identity in Merovingian Gaul (Language: English)
Emilie Perez, Laboratoire du Cultures et Environnements, Prehistoire,
Antiquité, Moyen Âge (CEPAM - UMR 7264), Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
ROMA SACRA, I: THE SACRED CAPITAL OF THE CITY - PATRONS, RELICS,
AND CULTS IN AND BEYOND EARLY MEDIEVAL ROME
Dorine van Espelo, Faculteit der Letteren, Radboud Universiteit
Nijmegen and Giorgia Vocino, Faculty of History, University of
Cambridge
Rosamond McKitterick, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Roman Generals and the Churches of Rome in the 5th Century
(Language: English)
Meaghan McEvoy, Abteilung für Alte Geschichte, Goethe-Universität,
Frankfurt am Main
Roman Relics in Early Medieval Relic Collections (Language:
English)
Julia M. H. Smith, School of Humanities (History), University of
Glasgow
Roma Sacra on Demand: Exporting and Appropriating Roman
Saints through Hagiography and Liturgy, 8th-9th Centuries
(Language: English)
Giorgia Vocino
1014
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
THE MEROVINGIAN KINGDOMS: SESSIONS IN HONOUR OF IAN N. WOOD, I
Tim Barnwell, School of History, University of Leeds, Richard Broome,
School of History, University of Leeds and N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute
for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev, Beer Sheva
Avitus of Vienne: Onwards and Upwards (Language: English)
Danuta Shanzer, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und
Neulatein, Universität Wien
Merovingian Elite in the 7th Century: Competitive and
Cooperative Logics (Language: English)
Régine Le Jan, Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris
(LAMOP - UMR 8589), Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Town and Country in Merovingian and Early Carolingian
Hagiography (Language: English)
Paul Fouracre, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
Yitzhak Hen
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Baines Wing: Room 1.13
MONASTIC HOUSES OF BRITTANY, I: RECONSTRUCTION, REFORM, NORMS,
AND DEVIANCE
‘Ancient Abbeys of Brittany’ Project
Claude Lucette Evans, Department of Language Studies, University of
Toronto, Mississauga
Kenneth Paul Evans, School of Administrative Studies, York University,
Ontario
Abbayes bretonnes et sociétés aristocratiques en Bretagne XIeXIIIe siècle: générosité et conflits (Language: Français)
Cédric Jeanneau, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines Victor
Segalen, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest
Le pouvoir abbatial à Sainte-Croix de Quimperlé aux XIe et XIIe
siècles: entre normes réformatrices et déviances (Language:
Français)
Joëlle Quaghebeur, Centre de Recherches Historiques de l’Ouest
(CERHIO - UMR 6258), Université de Bretagne-Sud
Use and Abuse of Excommunication in Monasteries of the
Dioceses of Saint-Brieuc and Tréguier (Language: English)
Claude Lucette Evans
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Baines Wing: Room 1.16
THE CHURCH IN WESTERN IBERIA (LEÓN, ASTURIAS, GALICIA, AND
PORTUGAL), I: EARLY MEDIEVAL GALICIA
James D’Emilio, Department of Humanities, University of South Florida
Thomas Deswarte, Présentation du Centre de Recherches Historiques
de l’Ouest (CERHIO), Université Rennes 2
Churches, Founders, and Architecture in the Early Medieval
Landscapes of Galicia, 9th-10th Centuries (Language: English)
José Carlos Sánchez Pardo, Departamento de Historia Medieval y
Moderna, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Oaths in Northwest Spain during the Early Middle Ages
(Language: English)
José Andrade, Departamento de Historia Medieval y Moderna,
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
From Gallaecia to Wessex: Manuscript Evidence for Iberian
Texts in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Francisco José Álvarez López, Department of Modern Languages,
University of Exeter / Department of History, King’s College London
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University House: Beechgrove Room
REFORM AND CHANGES IN ECCLESIASTICAL LIFE BETWEEN THE ADRIATIC
AND THE PANNONIAN PLAIN, I: ANSWERING THE CALLS FOR REFORM IN
MEDIEVAL CROATIA, DALMATIA, AND SLAVONIA
Department of History, University of Zagreb
Zrinka Nikolić Jakus, Department of History, University of Zagreb
Marija Karbić, Department of History of Slavonia, Syrmia & Baranya,
Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Women and Reform: The Founding of Female Monasteries in
Medieval Croatia and Dalmatia during the Reform Movement in
the 11th Century (Language: English)
Zrinka Nikolić Jakus
Monastic Reforms in Croatia: An Example of the Rogovo
Benedictine Abbey in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Tomislav Galović, Department of History, University of Zagreb
Defying the Pope and the King: The Council of Basel and the
Diocese of Zagreb (Language: English)
Tomislav Matić, School of History, Catholic University of Croatia, Zagreb
1018
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
CONSTRUCTING CULTURAL IDENTITIES: MENDICANT HOUSES, POWER, AND
RENOVATIO URBIS, 13TH-14TH CENTURIES
Dipartimento di Italianistica, Romanistica, Antichistica, Arti e Spettacolo
(DIRAAS), Università degli Studi di Genova
Cristiana Di Cerbo, Dipartimento di Italianistica, Romanistica,
Antichistica, Arti e Spettacolo (DIRAAS), Università degli Studi di
Genova and Andrea Pala, Dipartimento di Storia, Beni Culturali e
Territorio, Università degli Studi di Cagliari
Fulvio Cervini, Dipartimento di Storia, Archeologia, Geografia, Arte e
Spettacolo (SAGAS), Università degli Studi di Firenze
The Marketplace and the Miraculous Madonna: The Medieval
Carmelites and Cultural Exchange in Naples (Language: English)
Alexandra Dodson, Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies,
Duke University, North Carolina
New Buildings in an Old City of the Angevin Kingdom: The Nolan
Renovatio and the Orsini Family during the 14th Century
(Language: Italiano)
Cristiana Di Cerbo
Political Power, Mendicant Art, and Architecture in Sardinia
during the 13th and 14th Centuries (Language: Italiano)
Andrea Pala
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Parkinson Building: Room B.10
RENOVATIO IN THE EAST ROMAN AND BYZANTINE WORLD, I: LEGAL
RENOVATIO
Byzantine Society, University of Oxford
Andrew Mackenzie Small, Kellogg College, University of Oxford
Nicholas Matheou, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Justinian’s Ecclesiastical Law (Language: English)
Teodor Tăbuș, Evangelisch-Theologische Fakultät, Rheinische FriedrichWilhelms-Universität Bonn
Translation and Adoption of Greek-Roman Law in the SlavByzantine Empires (Language: English)
Paolo Angelini, Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid, KU Leuven
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University House: Great Woodhouse Room
TRANSFORMATION AND RENEWAL IN POST-ROMAN AND EARLY MEDIEVAL
SOCIETIES, I: THE ROMAN WORLD BECOMING MEDIEVAL
Guido M. Berndt, Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Laury Sarti, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut,
Freie Universität Berlin and Roland Steinacher, Lehrstuhl für Alte
Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Stuart Airlie, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Transformation and Renewal: An Introduction and Overview
(Language: English)
Edward James, School of History & Archives, University College Dublin
The Transformation of Ethnic and Social Identities (Language:
English)
Roland Steinacher
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Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
NORMATIVE TEXTS AS BEARERS OF CHANGE IN THE 10TH TO 12TH CENTURIES
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Tjamke Snijders, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Steven Vanderputten, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Liturgical Reform: The Evidence of the Exeter Martyrologies
(Language: English)
Sarah M. Hamilton, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
Changing Normative Texts, Changing Norms?: On the Relation
between Ritual Norms and Their Codification in the
Ecclesiastical Province of Reims (Language: English)
Julia Exarchos, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Monastic Customaries as Bridges (Language: English)
Isabelle Cochelin, Department of History, University of Toronto
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Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPE: LAW AND POLITICS,
I - LAW AND LOCAL CUSTOMS
Research Group for Medievistics (Hungarian Academy of Science /
National Archives of Hungary / University of Szeged / Center for
Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca)
Éva B. Halász, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatócsoport, Budapest - Szeged
and Alexandru Simon, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Alexandru Simon
Kingship, Justice, and Government in the Kingdom of Hungary
during the Anjou Dynasty: Reform or Continuity? (Language:
English)
Mihai Safta, Departamentul de Istorie Medievală, Premodernă şi Istoria
Artei, Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai
Procedure at Ban’s Court in Slavonia (Language: English)
Éva B. Halász
Codification and the Laws of Jagiellonian Bohemia and Hungary
(Language: English)
Christopher Nicholson, School of Slavonic & East European Studies,
University College London
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University House: St George Room
13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, I: NEW INTERPRETATIONS ON THE ANGEVIN
WORLD - CONNECTING ANGEVIN LANDS
University of East Anglia / Leverhulme Trust
Stephen Church, School of History, University of East Anglia
Colin Veach, Department of History, University of Hull
The Marriage of Geoffrey of Brittany (Language: English)
Alheydis Plassmann, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
The Daughters of Henry and Eleanor (Language: English)
Colette Marie Bowie, School of Humanities (History), University of
Glasgow
Peacemaking between King and Subjects: The Cases of 1153
and 1215 Compared (Language: English)
Stephen Church
1024
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN INTERCULTURAL CONTEXTS, I
IMC Programming Committee,
Thomas F. Madden, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Saint
Louis University, Missouri
The Re-Conceptualization of the Past: The Impact of the Idea of
‘Islamic Empire’ on Muslims’ Counter-Crusade Movements
(Language: English)
Emeel Lamey, Department of History, University of East Tennessee
The Conflict against Islam in Medieval Portuguese Genealogical
Literature: A War of Expansion or Restoration? (Language:
English)
Tiago Silva, Department of European & World History, University of
Turku
Al-Kindi, Photius, and Eriugena: A Comparison of Intellectual
Milieus (Language: English)
Erik Hermans, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York
University
1025
[email protected]: Stage 2
POWER & INSTITUTIONS IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM & CHRISTENDOM (PIMIC),
V: CONTROLLING VIOLENCE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Power & Institutions in Medieval Islam & Christendom (PIMIC), Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Attilio Stella, Department of History, Tel Aviv University / Power &
Institutions in Medieval Islam & Christendom, Spain
Jasmin Hauck, Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza, Università degli studi di
Roma Tre
Vassals, Knights, and Squires: From Local Customs to Law in
13th-Century Italy (Language: English)
Attilio Stella
Religion, War, and Law: Islamic Raids in the Central
Mediterranean (Language: English)
Tommi Lankila, Department of History, Princeton University / Università
Roma ‘Tor Vergata’
Quitting the Feudal Justice: How a Legal Theory Turned Vassals
into Owners - Modena, 1180 (Language: English)
Emanuele Conte, Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza, Università degli Studi
Roma Tre
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1026
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE CAROLINGIAN WORLD, I
Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der
Wissenschaften, Wien
Maximilian Diesenberger, Institut für Mittelalterforschung,
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Maximilian Diesenberger
Ottonian Capitularies (Language: English)
Steffen Patzold, Fachbereich Geschichtswissenschaft, Seminar für
mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
Inauguration Rituals and the History of Ottonian Queenship
(Language: English)
Simon MacLean, School of History, University of St Andrews
The Day After: Writing the Last St Gall Charters, c. 920-980
(Language: English)
Bernhard Zeller, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
1027
Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
SOCIAL CONFLICTS, KINSHIP STRUCTURES, AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN
EARLY MEDIEVAL ITALY IN THE 8TH-11TH CENTURIES, III: THROUGH
RENOVATION AND CONTINUITY - VENICE AND ITS NEIGHBOURS FROM THE
9TH TO THE 11TH CENTURY
PRIN: Conflitti sociali, strutture parentali e comunità locali nell’Italia
altomedievale (VIII-XI secolo)
Annamaria Pazienza, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università Ca’
Foscari, Venezia and Chiara Provesi, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici,
Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia
Stefano Gasparri, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università Ca’
Foscari, Venezia
Venetian Placiti as Narrative: Memory and Identity of a Local
Community in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Annamaria Pazienza
An Empire for the Locals: Power and Identity in Early Medieval
Istria (Language: English)
Francesco Borri, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Disputes and Connections: Venice’s Affairs in the Regnum
Italiae (Language: English)
Chiara Provesi
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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1028
Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
CONSTRUCTING THE CRUSADES: REPRESENTATION, REINTERPRETATION, AND
MEMORY, I - NARRATIVES
Centre for the Study of Islam & the West, Queen Mary, University of
London / Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham / Society for the Study of the Crusades & the Latin East
Beth Spacey, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
and Stephen Spencer, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
Susan B. Edgington, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
Constructions of Divine Agency: The Marvellous and Miraculous
as Legitimising Devices in Crusade Narratives (Language: English)
Beth Spacey
Toxicum, Nocivum, and Venenatum: The Use of Poison as a Tool
by Crusader Authors (Language: English)
Joanna Phillips, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
‘Like a Raging Lion’: Representations of Richard the Lionheart’s
Anger in Chronicles of the Third Crusade (Language: English)
Stephen Spencer
1029
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
JACQUES DE VITRY: REFORM, MISSION, AND CRUSADE IN THE EARLY 13TH
CENTURY, I - MARIE D’OIGNIES
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Brenda M. Bolton, University of London
Réforme et renouveau spirituel chez les mulieres religiosae des
Pays-Bas méridionaux du XIIIe siècle d’après Jacques de Vitry
(Language: Français)
Anne-Laure Méril-Bellini delle Stelle, Independent Scholar, Pissos
Competitive Hagiography: Jacques de Vitry versus Thomas de
Cantimpré (Language: English)
Alicia Spencer-Hall, Department of French, University College London
Jacques de Vitry: Defender of Women? (Language: English)
Stacie Vos, Yale Divinity School, Yale University
1030
Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
REFORMING HOMILETICS AND THE SOURCES OF ANGLO-SAXON LITERARY
CULTURE
Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture / Society for the Study of
Anglo-Saxon Homiletics
Brandon W. Hawk, Department of English, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville
Joyce Hill, School of English, University of Leeds
Ælfric’s Knowledge of Bede’s Commentaries on Mark and Luke:
The Problem of Excerpts (Language: English)
Frederick M. Biggs, Department of English, University of Connecticut,
Storrs
Preserving Bodies: The Eucharist and Interment in the Life of St
Cuthbert (Language: English)
Rachel Grabowski, Department of English, Cornell University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
REFORMING INTELLECTUAL TRADITIONS, I
IMC Programming Committee,
Micol Long, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
The Answer of John of Wales to the ‘Problem of Paganism’
(Language: English)
Svetlana Yatsyk, Centre for Medieval Studies, Higher School of
Economics, National Research University, Moscow
The Reality of Second Intentions: 14th-Century Debates
Concerning Aristotle’s Theory of Analogy and Univocity
(Language: English)
Michael Kolodziej, Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy,
Kingston University
1032
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
REFORM AND ITS IMPACT ON SECULAR SOCIETY
IMC Programming Committee,
Kriston Rennie, School of Historical & Philosophical Inquiry, University
of Queensland
The Marital Law Reform and Its Consequences for Women at the
End of the Middle Ages (Picardy) (Language: English)
Julie Pilorget, Département d’histoire, Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris
IV
Praying for the King: The Old English Daniel and the Benedictine
Reform (Language: English)
Imogen Barratt, Department of English, University of Sydney
1033
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
TERRITORIAL ORGANISATION IN MEDIEVAL CATALONIA: SOME NEW
ARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES
Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medieval ‘Espai, Poder i Cultura’,
Universitat de Lleida
Karen Stöber, Departament d’Història, Universitat de Lleida
Karen Stöber
Islamic Towers in the Islamic District of Lleida: The Architecture
of Power (Language: English)
Jesus Brufal, Departament d’Història, Universitat de Lleida
Smelling the Middle Ages: An Approximation to a Sensory
Analysis of a 14th-Century City (Language: English)
Guillem Roca, Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals ‘Espai,
poder i cultura’, Universitat de Lleida
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Baines Wing: Room G.42
ARTISTIC LANGUAGES OF REFORM IN ITALY
National Endowment for the Humanities / American Academy, Rome
Maureen C. Miller, Department of History, University of California,
Berkeley
Lila Yawn, Department of Art History & Studio Art, John Cabot
University, Roma / American Academy, Rome
The Gregorian Reform and the Visual Arts: Still a Problem of
Method? (Language: English)
Cristiana Filippini, Rome Study Center, University of California / Trinity
College, Rome
The Bearer of the Keys: Expressions of Authority in Romanesque
Lombard Sculpture (Language: English)
Gillian B. Elliott, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, George
Washington University, Washington DC
Renaissance and Reform?: Raphael and Gregory the Great in the
Private Library of Julius II (Language: English)
Kim Butler Wingfield, Department of Art, American University,
Washington D.C.
1035
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
GOSCELIN OF SAINT-BERTIN AND ANGLO-SAXON SAINTHOOD:
RENOVATION, REFORM, AND RENEWAL
School of History, University of East Anglia
Sophie Alexandra Sawicka-Sykes, School of History, University of East
Anglia
Liam Draycott, School of History, University of East Anglia
The Sanction of Sanctity: Goscelin’s Re-Writing of the Barking
Saints (Language: English)
Kathryn Maude, Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, King’s
College London
Reframing St Mildreth (Language: English)
Rosalind Love, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
Singing a New Song: St Dunstan and the Celestial Choirs in the
Historia translationis S. Augustini (Language: English)
Sophie Alexandra Sawicka-Sykes
1036
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
DISABILITY AND DISPARITY, I: EXPERIENCES OF PAIN, SUFFERING, AND
THE SACRED
‘Homo debilis’ Projekt, Universität Bremen
Bianca Frohne, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Universität Bremen
Irina Metzler, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research (MEMO),
Swansea University / ‘Homo debilis’ Projekt, Universität Bremen
Corporality, Suffering, and the Miraculous in the Late Middle
Ages (Language: English)
Jenni Kuuliala, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Universität Bremen
Rituals at the Shrine: Curing the Demoniac, Curing the Madman
(Language: English)
Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, School of Social Sciences & Humanities, History
& Philosophy, University of Tampere
Weighed Down, Lifted Up: A Spatial Approach to the Body in
Pain (Language: English)
Bianca Frohne
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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1037
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
BETWEEN WORLDLY OBJECTIVES AND SPIRITUAL RENEWAL, I: HIGH
MEDIEVAL REFORM - CONVENTS AND THE OTHER
Annalena Müller, Departement Geschichte, Universität Basel
Annalena Müller
Celibacy, Scandal, and the Nuns’ Priest in the Central Middle
Ages (Language: English)
Fiona Griffiths, Department of History, Stanford University
The Abbot-King and the Abbess-Countess: Religious Life and
Royal Succession in 12th-Century Spain and France (Language:
English)
Sara McDougall, Department of History, John Jay College, City
University of New York
Female Abbatial Lordship in Action: Examples from 11th-Century
Anjou (Language: English)
Marguerite Ragnow, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
1038
Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
POWER ELITES IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES, I: FINANCIAL AGENTS IN THE
ROYAL TREASURY IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Esther Tello Hernández, Departament d’Estudis Medievals, Institució
Milà i Fontanals, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
(CSIC), Barcelona
José Antonio Jara Fuente, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha
The Socio-Economic Profile of a Political Elite: The Vedores da
Fazenda of the Kings of Portugal, 1385-1521 (Language: English)
Diogo Faria, Centro de Estudos da População, Economia e Sociedade,
Universidade do Porto / Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Universidade
Nova de Lisboa
Sources for the Study of Queen Juana of Castile’s House: The
Accounts of the Treasurer Ochoa de Landa (Language: English)
Paula Martínez Hernández, Departamento de Historia Medieval,
Moderna y de América, Universidad del País Vasco
Financial Agents and Ecclesiastical Revenues in the Crown of
Aragon: The Point of View of Royal Treasury, 1350-1386
(Language: English)
Esther Tello Hernández
1039
Parkinson Building: Room B.09
WOMEN’S SPIRITUAL VOICES
IMC Programming Committee,
Naoë Kukita Yoshikawa, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences,
Shizuoka University
Hrotsvit of Gandersheim’s Maria: An Apocryphal Education
(Language: English)
Sarah Bogue, Department of Religion, Emory University
St Monica the Prophetess and the Tensions about Female
Prophecy in 15th-Century England (Language: English)
Samantha Sabalis, Department of English, Fordham University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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1040
Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
THE PAST IN ROYAL DISCOURSE IN PORTUGAL, 12TH-14TH CENTURIES:
FROM ROYAL CHANCERY TO ROYAL ENQUIRIES
Maria João Branco, Departamento de História, Faculdade de Ciências
Sociais & Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Flocel Sabaté i Curull, Grup de Recerca Consolidat en Estudis Medievals
‘Espai, poder i cultura’, Universitat de Lleida
The Use of the Past in the Royal Chancery: Documents and
Politics (Language: English)
Hermenegildo Fernandes, Departamento da História, Universidade de
Lisboa and Hermínia Maria Vasconcelos Vilar, Departamento de
História, Universidade de Évora
The Memory of Kings Gone by in the General Enquiries of
1222/1258 (Language: English)
Maria João Branco
The Preservation of Ancient Documents during the Middle Ages:
The Case of the Transmission and Use of the Royal Enquiries
(Language: English)
Amélia Aguiar Andrade, Departamento de História, Faculdade de
Ciências Sociais & Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
1041
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
ENGAGING THE PUBLIC WITH THE MEDIEVAL WORLD
Historic Royal Palaces
Megan Gooch, Tower of London, Historic Royal Palaces
Andrew Woods, York Museums Trust
‘But where are the dungeons?’: Some Challenges in Presenting
the Tower of London to 2.5 Million People a Year (Language:
English)
Sally Dixon-Smith, Tower of London, Historic Royal Palaces
Making the Castle a Home: Creating an Immersive Medieval
World Using Live Costumed Interpretation (Language: English)
Lauren Johnson, Past Pleasures Ltd, London
Imprisonment, Execution, and Escape: Medieval History and the
National Curriculum (Language: English)
Megan Gooch
1042
Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
SCANDINAVIAN HISTORY IN THE VIKING AND MIDDLE AGES, III: THE
CHURCH IN SCANDINAVIA IN THE 11TH AND 12TH CENTURIES
Edward Carlsson Browne, Independent Scholar, Cambridge and Paul
Gazzoli, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Thomas Foerster, Det norske institutt i Roma, Universitetet i Oslo
After the Fact: The Missionary Archdiocese of Hamburg-Bremen
and Scandinavia under Archbishop Hartwig I, 1148–1168
(Language: English)
Erik Niblaeus, Department of History, Durham University
Remembering and Re-Writing the Life of Anskar in the 11th and
12th Centuries (Language: English)
Paul Gazzoli
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Baines Wing: Room G.36
SEX, GENDER, AND LOVE
Great Western 4 Alliance (GW4), Universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff &
Exeter
Carolyn A. Muessig, Department of Religion & Theology, University of
Bristol
Beth Williamson, Department of History of Art, University of Bristol
‘Le Contraire Effacies’: Challenging Sexual and Political
Authority in Guillaume de Machaut, Alain Chartier, and Medieval
French Debate Poetry (Language: English)
Emma Cayley, Department of Modern Languages, University of Exeter
The Authority of Love in Medieval French and Occitan Lyric
Culture (Language: English)
Thomas Hinton, Department of Modern Languages, University of Exeter
‘Grete luste to slepe’: Sex, Gender, and Sleeping Positions in
Medieval Insular Romance (Language: English)
Megan Leitch, School of English, Communication & Philosophy, Cardiff
University
1044
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
ROBIN HOOD: MAKING AN OLD LEGEND ‘NEW’
International Association for Robin Hood Studies
Lesley Coote, Andrew Marvell Centre for Medieval & Early Modern
Studies, University of Hull
Lesley Coote
What’s in a Name?: Gender, Naming, and the Early Outlaw
Tradition (Language: English)
Valerie Blythe Johnson, School of Literature, Media & Communication,
Georgia Institute of Technology
Revision and Renewal in A Gest of Robyn Hode and Robin
Hood’s Birth, Breeding, Valour, and Marriage (Language: English)
Alexander L. Kaufman, Department of English & Philosophy, Auburn
University, Montgomery, Alabama
The Limits of Robin Hood’s Liminality: (Sea)Food Culture in
Robin Hood’s Fishing (Language: English)
Jason Hogue, Department of English, University of Texas, Arlington
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Parkinson Building: Room B.11
NEW VOICES IN ANGLO-SAXON STUDIES, II
International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (ISAS)
Peter Darby, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Alice D. Jorgensen, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
The Crafting of Sound and the Shaping of Voice in the Riddles of
the Exeter Book (Language: English)
Francesca Brooks, Department of English, King’s College London
Aquila Christi: The Vita S. Æthelwoldi and the Changing Ideal of
Sanctity (Language: English)
Julie Christenson, Department of English, University of Missouri,
Columbia
Spiegel and Speculation: Benedictine Reform and Edgarian
Imperialism through the Mirror of Papal Privileges (Language:
English)
Benjamin Savill, Wolfson College, University of Oxford
1102
University House: Cloberry Room
TEXTILES AND ALTAR-PIECES: CATERING TO NEW DEMANDS IN THE LATE
MIDDLE AGES
Birgitt Borkopp-Restle, Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Universität Bern
Romina Westphal, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Exporting and Importing Netherlandish Altarpieces:
Standardized Production as a Motor for Innovation (Language:
English)
Niklas Gliesmann, Institut für Kunst und Materielle Kultur, Technische
Universität Dortmund
Weaving Silk for an European Market: Production and
Consumption of a Luxury Commodity (Language: English)
Birgitt Borkopp-Restle
Serving a Strong Demand: Embroidered Orphreys from Serial
Production to Individual Orders (Language: English)
Evelin Wetter, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Riggisberg
1103
Parkinson Building: Room B.22
THE MATERIALITY OF POWER IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Anna Boeles Rowland, Merton College, University of Oxford
Rachel E. Moss, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
The Exchange of Marriage Tokens in Late Medieval London
(Language: English)
Anna Boeles Rowland
‘Feirer is none, though it were fore a kyng’: Opulence and Power
in the 15th-Century Female Household (Language: English)
Rachel Delman, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
The Politics of Pageantry: Chivalric Display at the Court of Juan
II of Castile (Language: English)
James Ellis, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Baines Wing: Room 1.15
IMAGINED COMMUNITIES ON THE BALTIC RIM, 11TH-15TH CENTURIES
Wojtek Jezierski, Institutionen för Historiska Studier, Göteborgs
Universitet
Thomas Foerster, Det norske institutt i Roma, Universitetet i Oslo
Communities of Devotion across the Boundaries: Women and
Religious Bonds in Central-Eastern Europe, 11th-12th Centuries
(Language: English)
Grzegorz Pac, Department of History, Adam Mickiewicz University,
Poznań
Risk Society on the Frontier: Missionary Emotional Communities
in Southern Baltic, 11th-13th Centuries (Language: English)
Wojtek Jezierski
Expanding Communities: Henry of Livonia on Emotions and the
Making of a Christian Colony, 13th Century (Language: English)
Linda Kaljundi, Institute of History, University of Helsinki / Centre for
Medieval Studies, University of Tallinn
Urban Community and Consensus: Brotherhood and
Communalism in Medieval Novgorod (Language: English)
Pavel V. Lukin, Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of
Sciences, Moscow
1105
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
TRANSITIONS OF MAGIC IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Martha Claire Baldon, School of English, Communication & Philosophy,
University of Cardiff and Alison Harthill, School of English,
Communication & Philosophy, University of Cardiff
James Antonio Paz, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
To Protect from the Outside and from the Within?: Magic,
Identity, and the Other in the Old English Lacnunga (Language:
English)
Ninja Schulz, Lehrstuhl für Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Universität
Würzburg and Stefan Schustereder, Institut für Anglistik, Amerikanistik
und Keltologie, Universität Bonn
Janus Faced?: Theurgy and Necromancy in the Liber Juratus
(Language: English)
Martha Claire Baldon and Alison Harthill
‘Bear wise Bacon’s and Albertus’ works’: Medieval Texts on
Magic on the Early Modern Stage (Language: English)
Gudrun Tockner, Institut für Anglistik, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Parkinson Building: Room 1.08
MAKING DOMESTIC SPACE PUBLIC
Institut für Realienkunde, Universität Salzburg, Krems
Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Christopher Mielke, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Tearing down the Wall?: Domestic Interior on Display in 15thCentury Woodcuts (Language: English)
Isabella Nicka, Institut für Realienkunde, Universität Salzburg, Krems
‘Non timens Deum, Ius et Justitiam’: Domestic Violence in 15thCentury Venetian Albania (Language: English)
Nada Zečević, Department of History, University of Eastern Sarajevo
Stench (Language: English)
Gerhard Jaritz
1107
Baines Wing: Room 1.14
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON 15TH-CENTURY SCOTLAND, II: LITERATURE AND
POLITICS
Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St Andrews
Claire Hawes, Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St
Andrews
Michael Brown, Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St
Andrews
The Reception of Cicero’s De Officiis and Cato Maior De
Senectute in 15th-Century Scottish Statecraft: 1441-1449
(Language: English)
Katherine Eleutheria Basanti, School of Divinity, History & Philosophy,
University of Aberdeen
Hero, Bastard, Tyrant: King Arthur in 15th-Century Scotland
(Language: English)
Liz Hanna, School of English, University of St Andrews
The Scottish Sources of John Skelton (Language: English)
Caitlin Flynn, School of English, University of St Andrews
1108
[email protected]: Stage 3
SOCIAL COHESION, II: IN AND THROUGH TEXTS
European Research Council Project ‘Social Cohesion, Identity & Religion
in Europe (SCIRE)’
Clemens Gantner, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Rosamond McKitterick, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Hic et nunc: Early Medieval Social Perceptions in Latin
Grammatical Works (Language: English)
Cinzia Grifoni, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Hierarchia in the Service of Social Cohesion: Different
Interpretations of St Paul’s Epistle to Romans in Carolingian
Authors (Language: English)
Bojana Radovanovic, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Multilingualism in Middle High German Literature (Language:
English)
Ingrid Hartl, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie
der Wissenschaften, Wien
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1109
Baines Wing: Room G.37
CANON LAW, II: LEGAL PROCEDURES IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC) / EPISCOPUS: Society for
the Study of Bishops & Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages
Melodie H. Eichbauer, College of Arts & Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast
University and Danica Summerlin, Department of History, University
College London
Anne J. Duggan, Department of History, King’s College London
Men on the Move: Papal Judges Delegate in Northern France in
the Early 12th Century (Language: English)
John S. Ott, Department of History, Portland State University, Oregon
Unde sapientes ingens insurgit disputatio: A 12th-Century
Romano-Canonical Treatise on the Evaluation of Witnesses
(Language: English)
Bruce C. Brasington, Department of History, West Texas A&M
University
Dirty Politics and Canon Law: The Resignation of Archbishop
Eskil of Lund, 1177 (Language: English)
Mia Münster-Swendsen, Section of History, Roskilde Universitet
1110
[email protected]: Stage 1
GRUNDMANN’S LEGACY, II: BEYOND THE BINARY: HERESY AND BELIEF
Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris and Anne E. Lester, Department of History,
University of Colorado, Boulder
Peter Biller, Department of History, University of York
Herbert Grundmann’s Contributions to the Methodology of
Heresy Studies (Language: English)
Robert E. Lerner, Department of History, Northwestern University
Religious Movements and the Laity: Heretical and Orthodox
Belief (Language: English)
John H. Arnold, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology,
Birkbeck, University of London
Unhelpful Labels: Uncovering Multiplicity in Lollard and Hussite
Debates (Language: English)
Marcela K. Perett, European College of Liberal Arts (ECLA), Bard
College, Berlin
1111
Baines Wing: Room G.41
ITALIANS AND BYZANTINES
IMC Programming Committee,
Georg Christ, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
Fear and Loathing in Late Antiquity: Early Muslim Raids on
Sardinia (Language: English)
Alex Metcalfe, Department of History, Lancaster University
Signs of Political Change in Sardinia between the Byzantines
and the Giudicati: The Numismatic Evidence (Language: English)
Marco Muresu, Dipartimento di storia, beni culturali e territorio,
Università degli Studi di Cagliari
Contra Perfidos Graeculos: Anti-Greek Bias in Lorenzo de
Monacis’s Chronicle? (Language: English)
Dmitry Vozchikov, Department of History, Ural Federal University,
Yekaterinburg
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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1112
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
RETHINKING MEDIEVAL TRANSLATION, I
Emma Campbell, Department of French Studies, University of Warwick
Emma Campbell
Translating Form (Language: English)
Jane Gilbert, Department of French, University College London
‘Vita Nova’: The New Lives of Dante’s Lyrics between
Prosimetrum, Razos and Rime in the Manuscript Tradition
(Language: English)
Catherine Keen, Department of Italian, University College London
Idol Reflection: The Punning Translation of Optical Terminology
in the Roman de la Rose (Language: English)
Jonathan Morton, Department of Medieval & Modern Languages,
University of Oxford
1113
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
ROMA SACRA, II: BUILDING AUTHORITY AND LEGITIMACY - IDEOLOGY,
CHURCH FOUNDATIONS, AND PATRONAGE IN LATE ANTIQUE AND EARLY
MEDIEVAL ROME
Dorine van Espelo, Faculteit der Letteren, Radboud Universiteit
Nijmegen and Giorgia Vocino, Faculty of History, University of
Cambridge
Caroline Goodson, Department of History, Classics & Archaeology,
Birkbeck, University of London
Mapping Authority: Empire, Papacy, and Geopolitics in Late
Antiquity (Language: English)
Mark Humphries, Department of History & Classics / Centre for
Medieval & Early Modern Research, Swansea University
The Textual Authority of the Liber Pontificalis: The Life of
Stephen III (Language: English)
Marios Costambeys, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Where Constantinople Meets Rome: On the Byzantine Influence
in Early Medieval Rome (Language: English)
Danielle Slootjes, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Radboud Universiteit
Nijmegen
1114
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
ANGLO-SAXONS: SESSIONS IN HONOUR OF IAN N. WOOD, II
Tim Barnwell, School of History, University of Leeds, Richard Broome,
School of History, University of Leeds and N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute
for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Alaric Hall, School of English, University of Leeds
Bede the Stylist (Language: English)
Christopher Grocock, Department of Classics, Bedales School,
Petersfield
Hredmonað, Hlyda, Rugern: In Search of Anglo-Saxon MonthNames (Language: English)
Philip A. Shaw, School of English, University of Leicester
The Vale of Pickering, an Extra-Ordinary Place or Just Another
River Valley in the Anglo-Saxon World? (Language: English)
Dominic Powlesland, Landscape Research Centre, Malton / Institute for
Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Joyce Hill, School of English, University of Leeds
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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1115
Baines Wing: Room 1.13
MONASTIC HOUSES OF BRITTANY, II: MATERIAL CULTURE
‘Ancient Abbeys of Brittany’ Project
Claude Lucette Evans, Department of Language Studies, University of
Toronto, Mississauga
Claude Lucette Evans
Breton Abbeys as Credit Institutions: The Case of Beauport,
Boquen, and Saint-Aubin-des-Bois (Language: English)
Kenneth Paul Evans, School of Administrative Studies, York University,
Ontario
Sceller, discours du signe dans sa réalité concrète, étendue des
champs d’exploration et fonds cisterciens bretons en exemple
(Language: Français)
Martine Fabre, Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris IV
1116
Baines Wing: Room 1.16
THE CHURCH IN WESTERN IBERIA (LEÓN, ASTURIAS, GALICIA, AND
PORTUGAL), II: THE POWER OF TRADITION IN THE 11TH- AND 12THCENTURY LEONESE CHURCH
James D’Emilio, Department of Humanities, University of South Florida
Francesco Renzi, Institute for History, Universiteit Leiden
A Struggle for the Primacy in Galicia: Falsifications in the Sees
of Lugo and Braga during the 11th and 12th Centuries (Language:
English)
Thomas Deswarte, Présentation du Centre de Recherches Historiques
de l’Ouest (CERHIO), Université Rennes 2
Reform and Renewal in 11th- and 12th-Century Northwest Spain:
From Visigothic to Carolingian Script in Galicia (Language:
English)
Ainoa Castro, Center for Epigraphical & Palaeographical Studies, Ohio
State University
‘A Small Gift [...] from My Son’s Treasury’: The Pallium of
Ildefonso between Toledo and Oviedo (Language: English)
Flora Ward, Department of Art, University of Toronto
1117
University House: Beechgrove Room
REFORM AND CHANGES IN ECCLESIASTICAL LIFE BETWEEN THE ADRIATIC
AND THE PANNONIAN PLAIN, II: MONASTERIES AND SOCIETY IN MEDIEVAL
SLAVONIA AND DALMATIA
Department of History, University of Zagreb
Zrinka Nikolić Jakus, Department of History, University of Zagreb
Zrinka Nikolić Jakus
Friars and the City: Franciscan Reform Movement in the Context
of Ragusan Secular Politics in the 15th Century (Language:
English)
Zrinka Pešorda Vardic, Department of Medieval History, Croatian
Institute of History, Zagreb
Town and Monasteries: Changes in Monastic Life in the Urban
Settlements of Late Medieval Slavonia (Language: English)
Marija Karbić, Department of History of Slavonia, Syrmia & Baranya,
Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Hermits and Landholders: Pauline Monasteries in Late Medieval
Slavonia (Language: English)
Silvija Pisk, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of
Zagreb
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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1118
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
COMMUNITIES OF REFORM, III: DYNAMICS OF TRANSFORMATION
COST Action IS 1301 ‘New Communities of Interpretation’
Sabrina Corbellini, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Henrike Lähnemann, Faculty of Medieval & Modern Languages,
University of Oxford
From the Reform of Community to the Community of Reform:
Hussite Heresy and Its People (Language: English)
Pavlina Rychterová, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Books, Reading, and Interpretation: An European Approach
(Language: English)
Sabrina Corbellini
Continuities of Reform and the Sharing of Texts in France, c.
1400-1550 (Language: English)
Margriet Hoogvliet, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - French,
University of Leeds / Vakgroep Mediaevistiek, Rijksuniversiteit
Groningen
1119
Parkinson Building: Room B.10
RENOVATIO IN THE EAST ROMAN AND BYZANTINE WORLD, II: RENOVATIO
AT THE CENTRE AND AT THE PERIPHERY
Byzantine Society, University of Oxford
Andrew Mackenzie Small, Kellogg College, University of Oxford
Andrew Mackenzie Small
Reconquering Lost Africa: ‘Renovatio et africanae gentes
fideles’ (Language: English)
Esther Sánchez-Medina, Departamento de Historia y Filosofía,
Universidad de Alcalá
The Pragmatic Renewal of Ecumenical Claims and of Relations
with the West under Manuel I Komnenos (Language: English)
Samuel P. Müller, Historisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
1120
University House: Great Woodhouse Room
TRANSFORMATION AND RENEWAL IN POST-ROMAN AND EARLY MEDIEVAL
SOCIETIES, II: THE ROMAN AND POST-ROMAN WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN
Guido M. Berndt, Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Laury Sarti, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut,
Freie Universität Berlin and Roland Steinacher, Lehrstuhl für Alte
Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Thomas Brown, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, University of
Edinburgh
Archaeological Visions of Roman and Post-Roman Lambaesis
(Language: English)
Bonnie Effros, Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere,
University of Florida, Gainesville
The Western Roman Senate in Ostrogothic Times: The
Interlinking of Roman Tradition and Ostrogothic Rule (Language:
English)
Christine Radtki, Seminar für Alte Geschichte, Eberhard-KarlsUniversität, Tübingen / Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften,
Heidelberger
The Provinces of Ostrogothic Italy (Language: English)
Jonathan Arnold, Department of History, University of Tulsa
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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1121
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
DISRUPTION AND RENEWAL IN LATE MEDIEVAL JEWRY
Forschungszentrum Europa (FZE), Universität Trier
Lukas Clemens, Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Universität Trier and
Christoph Cluse, Arye Maimon-Institut für Geschichte der Juden,
Universität Trier
Christoph Cluse
In the Wake of the Black Death: Jews in Germany Negotiating
for Readmission (Language: English)
Michael Schlachter, Sonderforschungsbereich 1157 ‘Resilience’,
Universität Trier
Between Continuity and Renewal: The Jewish Community of
Nuremberg around 1400 (Language: English)
Andreas Weber, Arye Maimon-Institut für Geschichte der Juden,
Universität Trier
‘Fuerunt vero et pseudoprophetae in populo […]’: The
University of Vienna and the Fight against Jews, Hussites, and
Other Heretics (Language: English)
Iris Palenik, Institut für die Jüdische Geschichte Österreichs, St Pölten
1122
Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPE: LAW AND POLITICS,
II – DIPLOMATIC ACTIVITY
Research Group for Medievistics (Hungarian Academy of Science /
National Archives of Hungary / University of Szeged / Center for
Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca)
Éva B. Halász, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatócsoport, Budapest - Szeged
and Alexandru Simon, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Éva B. Halász
The Hungarian Court Personnel as Diplomats, 1490-1526
(Language: English)
Bálint Lakatos, Research Group for Medievistics, Hungarian Academy of
Science, National Archives of Hungary, University of Szeged
Times of Conflict, Times of Reconciliation: The Patriarchate of
Constantinople and the Churches of the Balkans (Language:
English)
Mihailo St. Popović, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Women and Land Succession in Medieval Moldavia and
Wallachia (Language: English)
Mariana Goina, Ion Creangă Pedagogical State University, Moldova
1123
University House: St George Room
13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, II: MAGNA CARTA REDISCOVERED
Sophie Ambler, School of History, University of East Anglia
Daniel Power, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research (MEMO),
Swansea University
The Forgotten Beneficiaries of 1215: Women, Children, and the
Family (Language: English)
Louise J. Wilkinson, School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church
University
The Mystery of the 1217 Magna Carta (Language: English)
David Carpenter, Department of History, King’s College London
The Witnesses to Magna Carta (Language: English)
Sophie Ambler
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1124
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN INTERCULTURAL CONTEXTS, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Jo van Steenbergen, Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies /
Department of Languages & Cultures: The Near East & the Islamic
World, Universiteit Gent
Mechanism for Change in Traditional Culture: A Case Study from
the Jewish Codes of the Geonic Period (Language: English)
Zvi Stampfer, Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit, University of
Cambridge
The Three Kings of Cologne: Prester John and Eastern Utopias
(Language: English)
Matthew Brown, Department of English, Speech & Foreign Languages,
Texas Woman’s University
Byzantine Religious Dialogues with Muslims in the 14th and 15th
Centuries: An Emphasis on Philosophy? (Language: English)
Tomoo Uegaki, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies,
University of Birmingham / Kyoto University
1125
[email protected]: Stage 2
SOUTHERN ITALY IN CONTEXT (10TH-13TH CENTURIES), I: THE PAPACY AND
THE SOUTH
Richard Engl, Historisches Seminar, Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität,
Mainz
Amy Devenney, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Normans and Popes: A Feudal Relationship? (Language: English)
Michael Schwab, Zentrum für Mittelalter- und Renaissancestudien,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Falco of Benevento in His Charters (Language: English)
Markus Krumm, Historisches Seminar, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität
München
Sacrum palatium Beneventanum: The Remains in 1272
(Language: English)
Daniel Siegmund, Independent Scholar, Leipzig
1126
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE CAROLINGIAN WORLD, II
Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der
Wissenschaften, Wien
Maximilian Diesenberger, Institut für Mittelalterforschung,
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Charles West, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Changing Chronicles (Language: English)
Richard Corradini, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
The Hunting Death of King Carloman II, 884 (Language: English)
Eric J. Goldberg, Department of History, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Helmut Reimitz, Department of History, Princeton University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
SOCIAL CONFLICTS, KINSHIP STRUCTURES, AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN
EARLY MEDIEVAL ITALY IN THE 8TH-11TH CENTURIES, IV: LIVING ON THE
EDGE - UNCONVENTIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF
NORTHERN ADRIATIC MEDIEVAL COMMUNITIES, 6TH-11TH CENTURIES
Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia
Sauro Gelichi, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichitá, Università Ca’
Foscari, Venezia
Sauro Gelichi
The Insula Equilus: A Lagoon Community in the Early Middle
Ages (Language: English)
Silvia Cadamuro, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università Ca’
Foscari, Venezia,Alessandra Cianciosi, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici,
Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia and Claudio Negrelli, Dipartimento di
Studi Umanistici, Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia
In the Fens of Comacchio: A Liminal Community in a Nodal Place
(Language: English)
Sauro Gelichi and Elena Grandi, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici,
Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia
Setting the Scene: The Role of Sant’Ilario Monastery in Early
Medieval Venice in the Light of Recent Landscape Studies
(Language: English)
Elisa Corrò, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università Ca’ Foscari,
Venezia,Cecilia Moine, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università Ca’
Foscari, Venezia and Sandra Primon, Independent Scholar, Padua
1128
Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
CONSTRUCTING THE CRUSADES: REPRESENTATION, REINTERPRETATION, AND
MEMORY, II - RE-EVALUATIONS
Centre for the Study of Islam & the West, Queen Mary, University of
London / Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham / Society for the Study of the Crusades & the Latin East
Beth Spacey, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
and Stephen Spencer, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
Helen J. Nicholson, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Making Sense of the Annales de Terre Sainte (Language: English)
Peter Edbury, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
The Representation of Crusade Violence in William of Tyre’s
Chronicon (Language: English)
Tom Asbridge, School of History, Queen Mary, University of London
Prostrating Walls and Artillery Balls: A Re-Evaluation of the
1188 Siege of Saone/Sahyun (Language: English)
Michael S. Fulton, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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1129
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
JACQUES DE VITRY: REFORM, MISSION, AND CRUSADE IN THE EARLY 13TH
CENTURY, II - TEXTS
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Barbara Zimbalist, Department of English, University of Texas, El Paso
The Early Manuscript Tradition of Jacques de Vitry’s Historia
Hierosolymitana Abbreviata (Language: English)
Jan Vandeburie
Jacques de Vitry’s Letters: Some New Interpretations (Language:
English)
Megan Cassidy-Welch, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies,
Monash University, Victoria
Crusade Culture in Jacques de Vitry’s Exempla (Language:
English)
Lydia Marie Walker, Department of History, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville
1130
Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
RITUAL AND CONVERSION IN THE EARLY MEDIEVAL WEST
Haskins Society
Carolyn Twomey, Department of History, Boston College,
Massachusetts
Catherine Cubitt, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Christianizare: Christianizations Ancient and Modern (Language:
English)
Nathan Ristuccia, Department of History, University of Chicago
Teaching the Faith in the Early Middle Ages: Creeds and
Catechesis in Manuscript (Language: English)
Owen M. Phelan, Department of Church History, Mount Saint Mary’s
University, Maryland
The Baptismal Rite in Conversion-Period Germany (Language:
English)
John-Henry Clay, Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Durham
University
1131
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
REFORMING INTELLECTUAL TRADITIONS, II
IMC Programming Committee,
William T. Flynn, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Lamenting the Decline of Latin in the Early Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Graham Barrett, St John’s College, University of Oxford
Allegory, Grammar, and Desire: Alain de Lille’s Juggling Act in
De planctu Naturae (Language: English)
Laila Abdalla, Department of English, Central Washington University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 11.15-12.45
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1132
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
EDUCATIONAL REFORM
IMC Programming Committee,
Kirsi Salonen, School of History, Culture & Arts Studies, University of
Turku
The Impact of the Fourth Lateran Council on Clerical Education
in Hungary, Poland, and Bohemia (Language: English)
Igor Razum, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Reform and Re-Use of Latin Didactic Works by Sebastian Brant
(Language: English)
Mamina Arinobu, Institut für vergleichende Städtegeschichte,
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
La reforme éducative en Géorgie médiévale (Language: Français)
Manana Javakhishvili, School of Arts & Sciences, Ilia State University
The Culture of Disputation in 14th-Century English Poetry
(Language: English)
Wendy Matlock, Department of English, Kansas State University
1133
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
CRISTIANOS, JUDÍOS Y MUSULMANES ANTE LA POBREZA: REALIDADES
COTIDIANAS Y REDES DE SOLIDARIDAD EN LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA DURANTE
LA EDAD MEDIA
Miguel García Fernández, Departamento de Historia Medieval e
Moderna, University of Santiago de Compostela
Marina Garzón Fernandez, Departamento de Historia del Arte,
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
¿Mitigar o erradicar la pobreza?: Actitudes caritativas de los
musulmanes de al-Andalus (Language: Español)
Ana María Carballeira-Debasa, Escuela de Estudios Árabes, Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Granada
Pobreza o riqueza?: En torno a la situación económica de los
judíos en la Galicia medieval (Language: Español)
María Gloria de Antonio Rubio, Instituto de Estudios Gallegos ‘Padre
Sarmiento’, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC),
Santiago de Compostela
Paliar la pobreza y ayudar en la enfermedad: legados píos de
mujeres cristianas en los testamentos de la Galicia
bajomedieval (Language: Español)
Miguel García Fernández
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Parkinson Building: Room B.08
NEW DIRECTIONS IN CRUSADES STUDIES, I
Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London / Center
for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University, Missouri
Thomas F. Madden, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Saint
Louis University, Missouri
Jonathan Phillips, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
The Role of the Armenians in Asia Minor during the 11th Century
(Language: English)
Toby Bromige, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Genoa and the War of St Sabas (Language: English)
Olivier Berrou, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Crusader Constantinople and the Fourth Lateran Council
(Language: English)
Thomas F. Madden
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Baines Wing: Room G.42
RUMOURS, HUMOUR, AND MIRACULOUS HISTORIES IN EARLY MEDIEVAL
HAGIOGRAPHICAL TEXTS
IMC Programming Committee,
Danuta Shanzer, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und
Neulatein, Universität Wien
Supernatural Agency of Rumour in Hagiographical Texts
(Language: English)
Angela Kinney, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und Neulatein,
Universität Wien
The Hilarious Bishop of Tours: Are the Jokes in Gregory of
Tours’s Writings Intentional? (Language: English)
Vicky Melechson, Open University of Israel, Ramat-Gan
The Miraculous History of Gregory of Tours: In Gloria Martyrum
and Its Context (Language: English)
Tamar Rotman, Department of History, Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev, Beer Sheva
1136
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
DISABILITY AND DISPARITY, II: LIVING WITH DIFFERENCES - LIVING LIFE
DIFFERENTLY?
‘Homo debilis’ Projekt, Universität Bremen
Jenni Kuuliala, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Universität Bremen
Bianca Frohne, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Universität Bremen
Living with Impairment in Anglo-Saxon England (Language:
English)
Christina Lee, School of English, University of Nottingham
Proving Ability in the Daily Life of the Disabled in the Early
Middle Ages (Language: English)
Klaus-Peter Horn, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Universität
Bremen
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
BETWEEN WORLDLY OBJECTIVES AND SPIRITUAL RENEWAL, II: CLOISTER
REFORM AND CLOISTER RESISTANCE IN LATE MEDIEVAL FRANCE
Annalena Müller, Departement Geschichte, Universität Basel
Steven Vanderputten, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
The Meaning(s) of Reform (Language: English)
Annalena Müller
Not so Grands Jours: Abbess Marie Berland’s Exile from the
Abbey of Sainte-Croix, Poitiers (Language: English)
Jennifer C. Edwards, Department of History, Manhattan College, New
York
The Abbess of Montivilliers’s Potestas Jurisdictionis (Language:
English)
Tyler Lange, LOEWE Schwerpunkt ‘Außergerichtliche und gerichtliche
Konfliktlösung’, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
1138
Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
POWER ELITES IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES, II: THE POLITIES OF THE LOW
COUNTRIES
Miet Adriaens, Historisch Onderzoek naar Stedelijke
Transformatieprocessen (HOST), Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Laura Crombie, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Seigniorial Lordship and State Building in 16th-Century Flanders
(Language: English)
Miet Adriaens
Negotiating Ducal Policy: The Estates of Brabant and the
Inauguration Charters of the Brabantine Dukes, 15th Century
(Language: English)
Valerie Vrancken, Onderzoeksgroep Geschiedenis van de
Middeleeuwen, KU Leuven
The Dual Role of Local Elites Concerning the Alienations of
Princely Domains, Guelders, 1423-1473 (Language: English)
Jaap Ligthart, Department of Medieval History, Universiteit Leiden
1139
Parkinson Building: Room B.09
PRO-CHOICE: UNNATURAL MOTHERHOOD AND THE AGENCY OF THE FEMALE
BODY IN MEDIEVAL NARRATIVE
Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Durham University
Natalie Moore Goodison, Department of English Studies, Durham
University
Raluca Radulescu, Institute for Medieval & Early Modern Studies,
Bangor University
Miraculous Miscarriage: Intervention and Atonement in 12thCentury Pregnancy Narratives (Language: English)
Lydia Harris, Department of History, Durham University
Unnatural Offspring: Reproduction and Spiritual Reform in the
Middle English The King of Tars (Language: English)
Natalie Moore Goodison
Masculine Motherhood: The Lady of the Lake’s Rejection of
Passive Femininity in the Old French Merlin Romances
(Language: English)
Laura Campbell-Chuhan, School of Modern Languages & Cultures,
Durham University
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
GAMING THE MEDIEVAL: MEDIEVALISM IN MODERN BOARD GAME CULTURE
Daisy Black, Department of English, University of Hull
Stephen Gordon, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
Enchanted Board: Gender and Submerged Narratives in
Arthurian Play (Language: English)
James Howard, Department of English, Emory University, Atlanta
‘Determine the destiny of a kingdom!’: The Sweep of the First
Millennium in Britannia the Board Game (Language: English)
Simon Trafford, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Huff, Bluff, and Blow the House Down: Deception and
Internalized Destabilization in Shadows over Camelot and
Resistance: Avalon (Language: English)
Elizabeth Centanni, Department of English, Seton Hall University, New
Jersey
Why the Countess Can’t be Trusted with the King: Performing
Medieval Male and Female Hierarchies in Modern Board Game
Culture (Language: English)
Daisy Black
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
SCANDINAVIAN HISTORY IN THE VIKING AND MIDDLE AGES, IV: ASPECTS
OF SAGA
Edward Carlsson Browne, Independent Scholar, Cambridge and Paul
Gazzoli, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Paul Gazzoli
Metamorphosis and Social Metaphor in Medieval Scandinavia
(Language: English)
Gwendolyne Knight, Historiska institutionen, Stockholms Universitet
Remoulding and Recycling: How to Build Your Own Jómsvíkinga
saga (Language: English)
Michael Irlenbusch-Reynard, Abteilung für Skandinavistik, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Sturlunga saga and Lay Piety in 13th-Century Iceland (Language:
English)
Haki Antonsson, Department of Scandinavian Studies, University
College London
1143
Baines Wing: Room G.36
CONCEPTUALIZING VALUE IN EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Rory Naismith, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
Chris Wickham, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
To Value and to Trade: Two Sides of the Same Coin? (Language:
English)
Dagfinn Skre, Arkeologisk seksjon, Kulturhistorisk Museum, Oslo
La monnaie comme mesure de la valeur et moyen d’échange
dans l’Italie du haut Moyen Age (Language: Français)
Alessia Rovelli, Dipartimento di Scienze dei Beni Culturali, Università
degli Studi della Tuscia
Pecuniary Profanities?: Money, Ritual, and Value in the Early
Middle Ages (Language: English)
Rory Naismith
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
EXEMPLARITY AND THE EXEMPLUM IN MIDDLE ENGLISH
IMC Programming Committee,
Denise Wang, Department of Foreign Languages & Literature, National
Chung Cheng University
‘Suffreth us […] with sharpe scourges’: A Challenge to the
Homiletic Use of Exempla in The Clerk’s Tale (Language: English)
Sheri Smith, Cardiff School of English, Communication & Philosophy,
Cardiff University
Robert Henryson’s Mouse: The Everywoman of the Fables
(Language: English)
Valerie Dennis, Department of English, Philosophy & Modern
Languages, West Texas A & M University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 13.00-14.00
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Brotherton Library: Brotherton Room
SPECIAL SESSION: SECRETS OF EARLY PRINTED BOOKS - THE LEEDS
INCUNABULA REVEALED
Leeds University Library
This session will focus on the earliest printed books kept in Special
Collections at the University of Leeds.
Leeds University Library has over 300 incunabula, that is, books printed
in Europe before 1501. The majority of the incunabula in the collection
were acquired by Lord Brotherton of Wakefield, the library’s greatest
benefactor, and another 40 items are on deposit from Ripon Cathedral
Library.
Last year Rhiannon worked on a project to enrich the existing catalogue
records for the incunabula. The records now include details of any
decorations and annotations to the text, notes on previous owners, and
a full description of the binding. The project has given a greater insight
into Lord Brotherton’s collecting strategy - he and his librarians wanted
to build a representative collection of high-quality items that would
illustrate both the geographical range of early European printing and
the variety of subject matter with which early printers and publishers
were concerned.
The talk will offer an overview of the collection, looking in particular at
what makes the copies of these books at Leeds unique. Afterwards
there will be an opportunity to look at items from the collection in more
detail. Due to space restrictions this talk is limited to 30 participants,
and admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Early arrival is
therefore strongly recommended.
Special Collections houses over 200,000 rare books and seven
kilometres (4.3 miles) of manuscripts and archives, including the
celebrated Brotherton Collection, the Melsteth Icelandic Collection, the
Archives of the Dean & Chapter of Ripon, the Roth Collection, and the
Oriental Manuscript Collection
The Reading Room of Special Collections is open from 09.00-18.00
during the Congress week, and IMC delegates are welcome to pursue
their research and explore the collection. More details can be found at
http://library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections
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Parkinson Building: Room B.11
HEAVEN, HELL, AND HEOROT: ENVIRONMENTS IN ANGLO-SAXON
LITERATURE
IMC Programming Committee,
Helen Price, School of English, University of Leeds
Vessels of Change: Ships in Anglo-Saxon Literature (Language:
English)
Rebecca Shores, Department of English & Comparative Literature,
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
The Impermanence of Dwelling in Beowulf (Language: English)
Heide R. Estes, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge
The Implication of the Banqueting Hall in Beowulf (Language:
English)
Dong- Ill Lee, Department of English, Hankuk University of Foreign
Studies, Seoul
1202
University House: Cloberry Room
‘MELIOR EST SUBJECTA SERVITUS’: LOOKING FOR SLAVES IN THE EARLY
MEDIEVAL WEST
Centre for Renaissance & Medieval Studies, University of Edinburgh
Thomas J. MacMaster, School of History, Classics & Archaeology,
University of Edinburgh
Marek Jankowiak, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Discerning Slaves in Early Medieval British and Irish Sources
(Language: English)
Janel M. Fontaine, Department of History, King’s College London
‘British’ Slaves and the Remaking of West Saxon Elite
Landscapes in the Reign of King Ecgberht (Language: English)
Robert Briggs, Independent Scholar, London
Merchants and Conquerors?: The Trade in British Slaves to the
Continent in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Thomas J. MacMaster
1203
Parkinson Building: Room B.22
CODICES GRANDIORES: VERY LARGE MANUSCRIPTS, REFORM, AND A
PROJECT FOR METHODOLOGICAL RENEWAL
Codices Grandiores Project
Lila Yawn, Department of Art History & Studio Art, John Cabot
University, Roma / American Academy, Rome
Edward Schoolman, Department of History, University of Nevada, Reno
On Giant Bibles and Historiographic Bubbles: The Bibbie
atlantiche, 11th-12th Centuries, from Sirletus to Supino
(Language: English)
Lila Yawn
The Largest Manuscripts from before 800: Patterns and
Implications of One-Hide-Per Bifolium (Language: English)
Mary Garrison, Department of History, University of York
Erik Kwakkel, Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS), Universiteit
Leiden
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Baines Wing: Room G.36
BILINGUALISM AND THE LATIN WEST
Medieval Library, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington DC
Danuta Shanzer, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und
Neulatein, Universität Wien and Jan Ziolkowski, Department of the
Classics, Harvard University / Dumbarton Oaks, Washington DC
Danuta Shanzer
Medieval Authors Who Wrote Both in Latin and German: An
Attempt at a Profile (Language: English)
Nigel F. Palmer, St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
The Latin/Gaulish Interface (Language: English)
David Stifter, Department of Early Irish Studies, National University of
Ireland, Maynooth
The Language of Texts in 10th-Century Northern Spain
(Language: English)
Roger Wright, School of Cultures, Languages & Area Studies, University
of Liverpool
1205
Baines Wing: Room 1.15
MAPPING MEDIEVAL CONFLICTS: DIGITAL APPROACHES TOWARDS
POLITICAL DYNAMICS IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der
Wissenschaften, Wien
Günter Katzler, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
OpenATLAS: An Open Source Tool for Mapping Historical
Relations (Language: English)
Stefan Eichert, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Mapping the Competition: Bavarian Bishoprics in Carolingian
Times (Language: English)
Katharina Winckler, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Coalitions in the War of Emperor Sigismund against Duke
Frederick IV of Tyrol (Language: English)
Günter Katzler
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
STAGES OF LIFE IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Department of History, University of Winchester / Centre for Medieval &
Early Modern Research, Swansea University
Gordon McKelvie, Department of History, University of Winchester
Katherine Weikert, Department of Archaeology / Department of
History, University of Winchester
Widening Participation: The Role of Wykeham in Medieval
Educational Reform (Language: English)
Rebecca Oakes, Department of History, University of Winchester
‘To be her men and wear her livery’: Widows and Political Power
in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
Gordon McKelvie
The Medieval Life-Cycle (Language: English)
Deborah Youngs, Centre for Medieval & Early Modern Research
(MEMO), Swansea University
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Baines Wing: Room 1.14
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON 15TH-CENTURY SCOTLAND, III: THE URBAN
CONTEXT
Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St Andrews
Claire Hawes, Institute of Scottish Historical Research, University of St
Andrews
David Ditchburn, School of History, Trinity College Dublin
Early Municipal Registers of Deliberations in Scotland (Language:
English)
William Hepburn, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Scottish Crafts in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Morvern French, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University
of St Andrews
Bonding and Guilds: Some Interesting Parallels in Theory and
Practice (Language: English)
Claire Hawes
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ECONOMY AND SOCIETY IN RURAL ENGLAND
IMC Programming Committee,
Matthew McHaffie, Department of History, King’s College London
Peasant Textile Production Reshaping Feudal Villages: And
Mentalities (Language: English)
John Dixon, Independent Scholar, Ilkley
Individualism and Seigniorial Ideology at the Dawn of the 15th
Century: An Intercommoning Dispute in Northern Suffolk
(Language: English)
David Routt, Department of History, University of Richmond, Virginia
Suit of Mill and Customary Law in Medieval England (Language:
English)
Adam Lucas, Science & Technology Studies, University of Wollongong,
New South Wales
1209
Baines Wing: Room G.37
CANON LAW, III: RE-INTERPRETING MEDIEVAL CANON LAWYERS AND
THEIR SOURCES
Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC)
Danica Summerlin, Department of History, University College London
Christof Rolker, Rechtswissenschaftliches Institut, Universität Zürich
‘Dialogo della pratica della ragione’ di Francesco Sansovino: tra
‘ordo’ e ‘processus’ (Language: Italiano)
Cecilia Natalini, Facoltà di Giurisprudenza, Università degli studi di
Trento
The COGD Program: A Critical Update (Language: English)
Riccardo Saccenti, Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII,
Bologna
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[email protected]: Stage 1
GRUNDMANN’S LEGACY, III: REASSESSING RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS
Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris and Anne E. Lester, Department of History,
University of Colorado, Boulder
Louisa A. Burnham, Department of History, Middlebury College,
Vermont
Grundmann and the Bogomils (Language: English)
Andrew P. Roach, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Was Magic a Religious Movement? (Language: English)
Michael Bailey, Department of History, Iowa State University, Ames
The Devotio Moderna: A ‘Religious Movement’? (Language:
English)
Koen Goudriaan, Opleiding Geschiedenis, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
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Baines Wing: Room G.41
REWRITING IN BYZANTINE AND MEDIEVAL CULTURE
University of Cyprus
Stavroula Constantinou, Department of Byzantine & Modern Greek
Studies, University of Cyprus
Shaun Tougher, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Rewriting Beauty in Byzantine Hagiography (Language: English)
Stavroula Constantinou
Eastern Stories Retold by Westerners: The Beginnings of Latin
Hagiography (Language: English)
Robert Wisniewski, Department of Ancient History, Uniwersytet
Warszawski / All Souls College, University of Oxford
Venus Rewritten: Aesthetic Perceptions and Cultural Discourse
in Byzantine Art (Language: English)
Mati Meyer, Department of Literature, Language & Arts, Open
University of Israel, Raanana
1212
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
RETHINKING MEDIEVAL TRANSLATION, II
Emma Campbell, Department of French Studies, University of Warwick
Elizabeth M. Tyler, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Queer Translation in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Ruth Evans, Department of English, Saint Louis University, Missouri
Transvestism, Gender, and Translation (Language: English)
Emma Campbell
Converting the Saracen, Translating Race: The Miracles de
Nostre Dame and the Vies des Pères (Language: English)
Victoria Turner, School of Modern Languages - French, University of St
Andrews
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1213
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
ROMA SACRA, III: ROME AND ITS LEADERS - THE POPES, THEIR AGENDAS,
AND THEIR PROPAGANDA
Dorine van Espelo, Faculteit der Letteren, Radboud Universiteit
Nijmegen and Giorgia Vocino, Faculty of History, University of
Cambridge
Clemens Gantner, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Popes and Roman Power, I: Anchoring Religious Politics and
Constraints of Tradition in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Roald Dijkstra, Faculteit der Letteren, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Popes and Roman Power, II: Anchoring Religious Politics and
Constraints of Tradition in the Early Middle Ages (Language:
English)
Dorine van Espelo
The Role of the Muslims in Papal Relations with the Carolingians
(Language: English)
Sam Ottewill-Soulsby, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
1214
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
MATERIAL CULTURE AND EARLY MEDIEVAL HISTORY: SESSIONS IN HONOUR
OF IAN N. WOOD, III
Tim Barnwell, School of History, University of Leeds, Richard Broome,
School of History, University of Leeds and N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute
for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Catherine E. Karkov, School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural
Studies, University of Leeds
The Earliest Images of the Virgin Mary, East and West
(Language: English)
Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek
Studies / Institute of Archaeology & Antiquity, University of
Birmingham
Between Past and Future: Roman History in the Merovingian
Kingdoms (Language: English)
Helmut Reimitz, Department of History, Princeton University
Landscape, Archaeology, and the Coming of Christianity to
Northern England (Language: English)
Richard Morris, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds /
School of Music, Humanities & Media, University of Huddersfield
Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
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Baines Wing: Room 1.13
KINGS, POPES, AND CHURCH REFORM: SOME THOUGHTS ON THE
INTERACTION OF POLITICS AND CHURCH
Stefanie Schild, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Alheydis Plassmann, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Politics and Church Reform: Rituals during the Reign of Louis
the Pious (Language: English)
Xenia Sosnowski, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Making Use of Church Reform: Kingship and the Reform
Movement of the 10th and 11th Century (Language: English)
Stefanie Schild
About Bloody Swords and Holy Canons: The Schism of Cadalus
Revisited (Language: English)
Anja-Lisa Schroll, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
1216
Baines Wing: Room 1.16
THE CHURCH IN WESTERN IBERIA (LEÓN, ASTURIAS, GALICIA, AND
PORTUGAL), III: WOMEN’S RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES
Société d’Études Interdisciplinaires sur les Femmes au Moyen Âge et la
Renaissance
James D’Emilio, Department of Humanities, University of South Florida
M. Raquel Alonso Álvarez, Departamento de Historia del Arte y
Musicología, Universidad de Oviedo
Why Found a Convent?: Female Patronage in Times of Reform
(Language: English)
Laura Cayrol Bernardo, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
(EHESS), Paris
Founders and Families: Networks of Noblewomen and the
Cistercian Nunneries of León (Language: English)
James D’Emilio
Reassesing Women’s Agency in the Dominican Nunneries in the
Western Iberian Peninsula, 13th-16th Centuries (Language:
English)
Mercedes Pérez Vidal, Centro de Investigaciones sobre América Latina y
el Caribe (CIALC), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
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University House: Beechgrove Room
RELIGIOUS MEN AND REFORM, I: DIOCESAN REFORM IN LATER MEDIEVAL
ENGLAND - INSTITUTIONS AND IDENTITIES
Bishop’s Eye Research Network / EPISCOPUS: Society for the Study of
Bishops & Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages
Katherine J. Lewis, Division of History, University of Huddersfield
Patricia Cullum, Division of History, University of Huddersfield
Pastoral Leaders, Diocesans, Political Agents: Bishops and Their
Reform Agendas in Hereford and Winchester Dioceses, 12821317 (Language: English)
James Richardson, Department of History, University of York
‘Directed according to the judgement of the Dean and Chapter’?:
15th-Century Chantry Chaplains in Lincoln Cathedral (Language:
English)
Marianne Wilson, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Leading a Double (Devotional) Life: Liturgical Use and Personal
Identity in the Beverley Prayer Book (Language: English)
Eleanor Warren, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
1218
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
COMMUNITIES OF REFORM, IV: ILLUMINATING REFORM IN THE CZECH
LANDS
COST Action IS 1301 ‘New Communities of Interpretation’
Sabrina Corbellini, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Margriet Hoogvliet, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - French,
University of Leeds / Vakgroep Mediaevistiek, Rijksuniversiteit
Groningen
Catholic Tradition and ‘Hussite Spirit’ of Reform as Reflected by
the Illuminator of the Krumlov Speculum (Language: English)
Irina von Morzé, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Communicating Religious Belief and Social Group: New Concepts
of Illuminating Liturgy for Utraquist Communities in Bohemia
(Language: English)
Maria Theisen, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Illustrating a Czech Bible in Reforming Bohemia: The BoskoviceBible and Its Pictorial Program in the Light of Cotemporary
Treatises and Sermons (Language: English)
Lara Fortunato, Dipartimento di Studi dell’Europa Orientale, Università
degli Studi di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’
1219
Parkinson Building: Room B.10
RENOVATIO IN THE EAST ROMAN AND BYZANTINE WORLD, III: ECONOMIC
AND URBAN RENEWAL
Byzantine Society, University of Oxford
Andrew Mackenzie Small, Kellogg College, University of Oxford
Lorenzo Bondioli, Department of History, Princeton University
Larissa of Thessaly: A Period of Transition from the 12th-15th
Centuries (Language: English)
George Terezakis, Independent Scholar, Chania
Palaeologan Coins as a Source of Evidence: Tradition, Novelties,
and Foreign Influences (Language: English)
Pavla Drapelova, Faculty of History & Archaeology, University of Athens
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Parkinson Building: Room B.09
NEW DIRECTIONS IN CRUSADES STUDIES, II
Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London / Center
for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University, Missouri
Jonathan Phillips, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Thomas F. Madden, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Saint
Louis University, Missouri
Trade and Crusade: Late 13th-Century Commercial Relations
between Angevin Sicily and the Kingdom of Cyprus (Language:
English)
Samantha Cloud, Department of History, Saint Louis University,
Missouri
Philippe de Mézières’ Campaign for a Crusade, 1389-1397
(Language: English)
Anne Romine, Department of History, Saint Louis University, Missouri
The Memory of Saladin in the Near East from 1898 Onwards
(Language: English)
Jonathan Phillips
1221
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
REFORMING RULERSHIP?: CONSTRAINTS ON THE MONARCH IN THE AGE OF
MAGNA CARTA
School of Slavonic & East European Studies, University College London
Martyn Rady, School of Slavonic & East European Studies, University
College London
Christopher Nicholson, School of Slavonic & East European Studies,
University College London
The First Election Charter in Scandinavia (1282) and the Rise of
Constitutionalism (Language: English)
Sverre Bagge, Centre for Medieval Studies, Universitetet i Bergen
Negotiation and Reform in Polish Immunity Charters (Language:
English)
Piotr Górecki, Department of History, University of California, Riverside
Charles IV of Bohemia: Religion, Renewal, and Rulership
(Language: English)
Eleanor Janega, School of Slavonic & East European Studies, University
College London
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Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPE: LAW AND POLITICS,
III - ROYAL POWER
Research Group for Medievistics (Hungarian Academy of Science /
National Archives of Hungary / University of Szeged / Center for
Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca)
Éva B. Halász, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatócsoport, Budapest - Szeged
and Alexandru Simon, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Bálint Lakatos, Research Group for Medievistics, Hungarian Academy of
Science, National Archives of Hungary, University of Szeged
The Transformation of the Hungarian State Structure during the
10th-11th Centuries (Language: English)
György Szabados, Research Group for Medievistics, Hungarian
Academy of Science, National Archives of Hungary, University of
Szeged
‘In the days of highest king’: Self-Representation of Local
Authorities in Donor Inscriptions of Medieval Serbia and
Bulgaria (Language: English)
Anna Adashinskaya, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
The Concept of Nova Donatio in the 15th-Century Maramures
County (Language: English)
Ioana Terezia Pop, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
1223
University House: St George Room
13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, III: SOLDIER, SAINT, AND FAMILY MAN? SIMON DE MONTFORT, EARL OF LEICESTER
Adrian Jobson, Independent Scholar, San Francisco
Louise J. Wilkinson, School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church
University
‘Vir Martius’?: The Military Reputation of Simon de Montfort
(Language: English)
Fergus Oakes, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Surviving the In-Laws: Simon de Montfort, Richard of Cornwall,
and Family Politics (Language: English)
Adrian Jobson
A Mirror for Princes?: The Political Legacy of Simon de
Montfort’s Piety (Language: English)
Charles Farris, Independent Scholar, Salisbury
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
STABILIZATION AND REFORM: LAW AND ORDER IN MEDIEVAL PRUSSIA
Uniwersytet Gdański
Aleksandra Girsztowt, Zakład Historii Powszechnej Średniowiecza,
Uniwersytet Gdański
Beata Możejko, Zakład Historii Średniowiecza Polski i Nauk
Pomocniczych Historii, Uniwersytet Gdański
Development of Law in Teutonic Order State in Prussia
(Language: English)
Piotr Kitowski, Katedra Historii Prawa, Uniwersytet Gdański
Renewal or Continuation: Craft Guilds after the Decline of
Teutonic Order State (Language: English)
Aleksandra Girsztowt
Reform of the Shipmaster Position in the 15th-16th Centuries
according to the Merchant Fleet (Language: English)
Paweł Sadłoń, Zakład Historii Średniowiecza Polski i Nauk Pomocniczych
Historii, Uniwersytet Gdański
1225
[email protected]: Stage 2
SOUTHERN ITALY IN CONTEXT (10TH-13TH CENTURIES), II: CROSSING
CULTURES
Isabella Bolognese, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - Italian,
University of Leeds
Graham A. Loud, School of History, University of Leeds
Manuel Komnenos’s Attempted Restoration of Byzantine Power
in Southern Italy (Language: English)
Daniele Morossi, School of History, University of Leeds
Reform and Restoration in Frederick II’s Policy towards Lay
Lords (Language: English)
Alessandra Tarquini, Dipartimento di Storia e Scienze Filosofico-Sociali,
Università degli Studi di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’
The Naples Book of Bishops: Historiography at the Dawn of the
Middle Ages (Language: English)
Beate Umann, Historisches Institut, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena
1226
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
PAUL THE DEACON: REFORM AND RENEWAL, I
Eduardo Fabbro, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto,
Zachary Guiliano, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and
Christopher Heath, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
Ross Balzaretti, Institute for Medieval Research, University of
Nottingham
Paul the Deacon and Angilram: Metz, Reform, and the Gesta
Episcopum Mettensium (Language: English)
Christopher Heath
Paul as Hymnographer: St John the Baptist and St Mercurius
(Language: English)
Sidney Ross, Department of History, University of York
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
DESTRUCTION, DESERTION, REVIVAL: MEDIEVAL MILITARY INVASIONS AND
THEIR LONG-TERM SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS, I
József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
József Laszlovszky
Disaster and Recovery: Short- and Long-Term Effects of a
Military Invasion - Hungary, 1241-1242 (Language: English)
Balázs Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Requests for Alliance, Threats of Destruction: Europe’s
Encounters with Mongol Diplomacy in the Aftermath of 1242
(Language: English)
Stephen Pow, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Treasures of Destruction: Hoards in Central Europe in the
Context of the Mongol Invasion (Language: English)
Mária Vargha, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
1228
Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
THE SCANDALOUS AND THE MARVELOUS IN MEDIEVAL ART
Student Committee, International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA), New
York
Sanne Frequin, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies Amsterdam,
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Sanne Frequin
Outer Beauty and Inner Grotesques (Language: English)
Dominique Ann DeLuca, College of Arts & Sciences, Case Western
Reserve University, Cleveland
Scandalous or Righteous?: Challenging Perceptions of Forbidden
Love in Carved Ivory Caskets (Language: English)
Dustin Aaron, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
The Utopian Features of the Representation of Troy in the
French-Flemish World (Language: English)
Marina Ferry, Centre for the Study of Medieval Art, KU Leuven
1229
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
RENEWING LITERARY TRADITIONS, I
IMC Programming Committee,
M. Jane Toswell, Department of English, University of Western Ontario
Change and Renewal in Layamon’s Brut: The Case of Sea Words
and Images (Language: English)
Maria Volkonskaya, Higher School of Economics, National Research
University, Moscow
The Knight’s Tale: Chaucer’s 14th-Century Romance (Language:
English)
Retha Knoetze, Department of English Studies, University of South
Africa, Pretoria
Reforming the Hero: Sir Gawain (Language: English)
Tania Azevedo, Instituto de Letras e Ciências Humanas, Universidade
do Minho
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
RENEWAL IN THE CULTS OF SAINTS: 1050-1300
Steffen Hope, Centre for Medieval Literature, Syddansk Universitet,
Odense
Claire Trenery, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Prophet of Conquest: Reinventing St Dunstan in Anglo-Norman
England (Language: English)
Eleanor Parker, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
(TORCH), University of Oxford
Like Silver is Refined: The Distillation of Saints from
Hagiography to Liturgy in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Steffen Hope
1231
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
REFORM AND TRANSITION IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN
PERFORMATIVE CULTURE
Piotr Morawski, Institute of Polish Culture, Uniwersytet Warszawski and
Tanja Skambraks, Historisches Institut, Universität Mannheim
Silke Schwandt, Fakultät für Geschichtswissenschaft, Philosophie und
Theologie, Universität Bielefeld
The Akathist Hymn to the Blessed Virgin Mary: Ideas of
Performative Practice in the Litany Tradition (Language: English)
Aleksandra Jakóbczyk-Gola, Akademia Humanistyczna w Pułtusku,
Uniwersytet Warszawski
The Reform of Ecclesiastical Dance Practices from the Later
Middle Ages to Early Modern Times (Language: English)
Philip Knäble, Seminar für Mittlere und Neuere Geschichte, GeorgAugust-Universität Göttingen
‘Das heyst, meyn ich, den rechten santt Veyts tantz haben’:
Dancing Mania between Discourse and Practice in 16th-Century
Confessional Debates (Language: English)
Gregor Rohmann, Historisches Seminar, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt
am Main
Immediacy and the Dramaturgy of Space: Playing with Reality
in Medieval and Early Modern Drama (Language: English)
Clare Wright, School of English, University of Kent
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
LEARNING AND MONASTIC REFORM, I: EDUCATION AND SOCIAL PRACTICE
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Jay Diehl, Department of History, Long Island University, New York
Charlie Rozier, Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Durham
University
Beyond Master and Disciple: The Evidence for Learning as
Shared Practice in 12th-Century Monastic Letters (Language:
English)
Micol Long, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
The Delightful School of Exile and the Blessed School of the
Homeland: Tensions and Synergies in John of Salisbury’s
Monastic and Intellectual Networks (Language: English)
Julian P. Haseldine, Department of History, University of Hull
Writing Novelties without Humility: The Literary Collaborations
of Abbot Peter the Venerable and His Secretary Peter of Poitiers
in Their Monastic Context (Language: English)
Marc Saurette, Department of History, Carleton University, Ottawa
Mia Münster-Swendsen, Section of History, Roskilde Universitet
1233
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
AGENTS AND POWER IN LATE ANTIQUE AND EARLY MEDIEVAL SPAIN
Núcleo de Estudos Mediterrânicos (NEMED), Universidade Federal do
Paraná
Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto, School of History, University of Leeds /
Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES)
Matthias M. Tischler, Institut d’Estudis Medievals, Universitat Autònoma
de Barcelona
Identities and Borders in the Late Antique Mediterranean:
Romans and Barbarians in Italy and Visigothic Spain (Language:
English)
Renan Frighetto, Federal University of Paraná / Núcleo de Estudos
Mediterrânicos (NEMED), Curitiba
Where Am I?: The Meta-Historical and Theo-Political
Implications of ‘Hispania’ and ‘Spania’ in Early Medieval Spain
(Language: English)
Michael J. Kelly, School of History, University of Leeds
Dynamics and Exercise of Royal Power at the End of the
Visigothic Kingdom of Toledo: The Instance of Egica’s Reign
(Language: English)
Pablo Poveda Arias, Departamento de Prehistoria, Historia Antigua &
Arqueología, Universidad de Salamanca
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Parkinson Building: Room B.08
SHARING THE HOLY LAND: PERCEPTIONS OF SHARED SACRED SPACE IN THE
MEDIEVAL EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, I - CASE STUDIES
Centre for the History of Arabic Studies in Europe, Warburg Institute,
University of London
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Jan Vandeburie
Hebron, St Pelagia, and the Ritual of the Holy Fire: Three
Different Forms of Taking over a Tradition (Language: English)
Monika Gerundt, Historisches Institut, Justus-Liebig-Universität,
Giessen
Pilgrimages toward South Lebanon: Lebanon as a Part of the
Holy Land (Language: English)
Nour Farra-Haddad, Centre d’Etude et d’Interpretation du Fait
Religieux, Université Saint-Joseph, Beyrouth
Encounters with the Greek Clergy in Latin Pilgrimages of the
Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Nicky Tsougarakis, Department of English & History, Edge Hill
University
1235
Baines Wing: Room G.42
EVOLVING IDENTITIES IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND: POTS, PERSONAL NAMES,
AND MISERICORDS
Medieval & Ancient Research Centre (MARCUS), University of Sheffield
James Chetwood, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Charles West, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Rebirth and Renewal: Medieval Pottery and the Lifecycle, c.
1240 – c. 1450 (Language: English)
Kelly Green, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
Visual Culture in Late Medieval English Nunneries: Subversion,
Shock, and Scandal at Swine Priory (Language: English)
Elizabeth Goodwin, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Personal Naming and Social Identity in Medieval England, c. 850
- c. 1350: Would a Rose by Any Other Name Really Smell as
Sweet? (Language: English)
James Chetwood
1236
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
APPROACHES TO MIRACLE NARRATIVES, I: MIRACLES AND PILGRIMS
Hagiography Society
Anne E. Bailey, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Simon Stuart Yarrow, School of History & Cultures, University of
Birmingham
The Journey to the Shrine in 12th-Century English Hagiography
(Language: English)
Ruth Salter, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Reading
‘You take the high road and I’ll take the low road’: Exploring the
Experience of Pilgrimage to Monastic and Civic Shrines in 12thCentury Apulia (Language: English)
Amy Devenney, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
The Man Who (Almost) Got His Sight Back and Other Narratives
of Miracles, Pilgrimage, and Healing in the Passio Olavi
(Language: English)
Margareth Buer Søiland, Arkeologisk Museum, Universitetet i Stavanger
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
BETWEEN WORLDLY OBJECTIVES AND SPIRITUAL RENEWAL, III: REFORM
NARRATIVES AND CHALLENGES
Annalena Müller, Departement Geschichte, Universität Basel
Jennifer C. Edwards, Department of History, Manhattan College, New
York
The Responsibility to Observance: Johannes Meyer’s Epistolary
Instruction (Language: English)
Sarah Glenn DeMaris, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures,
Valparaiso University, Indiana
Reform and the Shaping of Female Religious Identities in 10thCentury Upper Lotharingia (Language: English)
Jirki Thibaut, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent / KU Leuven
Sermons from Female Convents as a Tool for Reform in the
Medieval Low Countries? (Language: English)
Patricia Stoop, Faculteit Letteren en Wijsbegeerte /
Ruusbroecgenootschap, Universiteit Antwerpen
1238
Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
POWER ELITES IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES, III: COMPARING THE IMPACT
OF THE PRINCELY STATE ON THE URBAN ELITES OF CASTILE, NUREMBERG,
AND GHENT
FWO - Research Foundation Flanders
Jelten Baguet, Historisch Onderzoek naar Stedelijke
Transformatieprocessen (HOST), Vrije Universiteit Brussel / Vakgroep
Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Laura Crombie, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Royal Representatives under Local Elites’ Control: Reshaping
the Relations between State and Urban Population in Late
Medieval Castile (Language: English)
María de los Ángeles Martín Romera, Historisches Seminar, LudwigMaximilians-Universität München
The German Princely State as a Factor in Relations between
Urban and Rural Elites: The Case of Nuremberg and Margrave
Albrecht Achilles (Language: English)
Ben Pope, Department of History, Durham University
From Rebellious Aldermen to Docile Princely Servants?: Ghent’s
Urban Political Elite as Habsburg Officials in the Late 15th-16th
Centuries (Language: English)
Jelten Baguet
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University House: Great Woodhouse Room
CONQUEST, CONSCIENCE, COMPILATION: WRITING EMINENT INDIVIDUALS
INTO HISTORIES OF MONGOL DYNASTIES
European Research Council Project ‘Mobility, Empire & Cross-Cultural
Contacts in Mongol Eurasia’, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Francesca Fiaschetti, European Research Council Project ‘Mobility,
Empire & Cross-Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia’, Hebrew University
of Jerusalem and Daniel Zakrzewski, Orientalisches Institut, MartinLuther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg / European Research Council
Project ‘Mobility, Empire & Cross-Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia’,
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Naomi Standen, Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham
Mongol Heroes and Perilous Seas: The Rhetoric of Legitimate
War in the Yuanshi (Language: English)
Francesca Fiaschetti
(Re-)Writing Life Stories: A Stylometric Comparison of
Biographies from the Yuan Dynasty (Language: English)
Florence Hodous, European Research Council Project ‘Mobility, Empire
& Cross-Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia’, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
’Following the Policies of a Conquered Dynasty?’: Humanitarian
Interventions, Frustrated Ideals, and Moral Decline in a Yuanshi
Biography (Language: English)
Geoffrey Humble, School of History & Cultures, University of
Birmingham
1241
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
USING PRESENT-DAY EXPERIENCE TO ELUCIDATE MEDIEVAL TEXTS: DRAMA,
BESTIARIES, SEXUAL ADVICE LITERATURE
IMC Programming Committee,
April Harper, Department of History, State University of New York,
Oneonta
Auralizing the York Mystery Plays: Methodologies, Results, and
Public Engagement (Language: English)
Mariana Lopez, Cultures of the Digital Economy Research Institute
(CoDE), Anglia Ruskin University
‘doughter, and thou wylle be a wife’: Historicising Sexualisation
in Late Medieval and 21st-Century Gendered Advice Literature
(Language: English)
Amy Burge, Department of Literatures, Languages & Cultures,
University of Edinburgh
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
SAGAS OF ICELANDERS: MAKING AND MENDING
Viking Society for Northern Research
Alison Finlay, Department of English & Humanities, Birkbeck, University
of London
Haki Antonsson, Department of Scandinavian Studies, University
College London
Twisted Mirror Twins: Grettir the Strong and Þorgeirr Hávarsson
in Each Other’s Light (Language: English)
Slavica Rankovic, Independent Scholar, Leeds
The Lacunae in Bjarnar saga Hítdoelakappa (Language: English)
Alison Finlay
Lacuna in Vápnfirðinga saga: A (Post-)Medieval Curio and TextEditing Practices of the First Half of the 20th Century (Language:
English)
Ilya Sverdlov, Independent Scholar, Helsinki
1244
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
CHANGING ARTHURIAN TRADITIONS
IMC Programming Committee,
Leah Tether, Department of English & Media, Anglia Ruskin University
Black Waters, Dragons, and Fiends: Arthur’s Dream in the
Stanzaic Morte Arthur and Malory’s Morte Darthur (Language:
English)
David F. Johnson, Department of English, Florida State University
From Gaber to Japer: Renewing Dynadan’s Jokes in Malory’s
Tristram (Language: English)
Shirley Zhang, Department of English, University of Cambridge
Arthur and Finn: The King Who Acts Like an Outlaw and the
Outlaw Who Acts Like a King (Language: English)
Rebecca Shercliff, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic,
University of Cambridge
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Parkinson Building: Room B.11
EPISTOLOGRAPHY AND POWER
IMC Programming Committee,
Danuta Shanzer, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und
Neulatein, Universität Wien
Begging for Power: Jerome’s Quest for Ecclesiastical Influence
through the Pocketbooks of Rich Benefactors (Language: English)
Philip Polcar, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und Neulatein,
Universität Wien
The Power of/or Authority: The Role of Bishop’s Authority in the
Affair of the Jew Licinius (Language: English)
Przemysław Nehring, Katedra Filologii Klasycznej, Uniwersytet Mikolaja
Kopernika, Toruń
The Worlds of Desiderius of Cahors (Language: English)
George Woudhuysen, All Souls College, University of Oxford
1302
University House: Cloberry Room
EXPRESSIONS OF POWER IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Núcleo de Estudos Mediterrânicos (NEMED), Universidade Federal do
Paraná / Núcleo de Estudos Interdisciplinares das Ilhas Britânicas:
Antiguidade & Medievo (NEIBRAM)
Otávio Luiz Vieira Pinto, School of History, University of Leeds /
Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES)
Ryan Lavelle, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of
Winchester
Happiness is Finding the Divine: Unity and Spiritual Authority in
the Old English Version of the Consolatio Philosophiae
(Language: English)
Monah Nascimento Pereira, Department of History, Federal University
of Paraná / Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e
Tecnológico
‘Theow and esne art thou no longer’: Slavery, Semantics, and
Power in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Katherine Miller, School of English, University of Leeds
Political Discourse between Mercia and Wessex in the Early
10th-Century Annals (Language: English)
Courtnay Konshuh, Department of History, University of Winchester
1303
Parkinson Building: Room B.22
OLD SEALS: NEW VISIONS
SIGILLVM - The Network for Research on Seals
John Cherry, British Museum, London
Paul D. A. Harvey, Department of History, Durham University
Continuity and Change in the Civic Seals of Norwich (Language:
English)
Matthew Sillence, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, University of East
Anglia
Setting out to Impress: Seal Impressions from a Medieval
Market Town (Language: English)
Laura Evans, Department of History & Welsh History, Aberystwyth
University
Name and Image: Objects on Seals (Language: English)
John Cherry
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Baines Wing: Room G.36
TURNING POINT OR CONTINUATION?: ECONOMY AND SACRUM IN 10TH-11TH
CENTURIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń
Wojciech Chudziak, Instytut Archeologii, Uniwersytet Mikołaja
Kopernika, Toruń and Jarosław Wenta, Instytut Historii i Archiwistyki,
Centrum Mediewistyczne, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń
Paul Knoll, Department of History, University of Southern California,
Los Angeles
Economical Imbalances as Stimulator of Creation of the First
Piast State in 10th-11th Centuries (Language: English)
Piotr Pranke, Institute of History & Archival Science, Uniwersytet
Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń
Economical Reorientation = Ideological Reorientation?:
Economical Contexts of Sacrum in the First Piast State
(Language: English)
Ewelina Siemianowska, Instytut Archeologii, Uniwersytet Mikołaja
Kopernika, Toruń
Economical and Non-Economical Aspects in the Creation of Early
Slavic States in the Balkans: Serbian Analogies (Language:
English)
Zečević Miloš, Institute of History & Archival Science, Uniwersytet
Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń
1305
Baines Wing: Room 1.15
MYTHS OF MANUMISSION: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON ‘SOCIAL
REBIRTH’
School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff University
David Wyatt, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
Jonathan Shepard, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
‘For the redemption of his father’s soul and his own’: Cultural
and Symbolic Perspectives on Manumission in Anglo-Saxon
Society (Language: English)
David Wyatt
Reborn or Reformed: Forms of Manumission and Forms of
Freedom from the Ancient to the Early Modern Times (Language:
English)
Rachel Zelnick-Abramovitz, Department of Classics, Tel Aviv University
Tied to St John: Conditions on Manumission by the Knights of St
John (Language: English)
Nicholas McDermott, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
ELITE LIFE STYLES: JEWELLERY, DINING, AND DANCING
Iconodansa / Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación
IMC Programming Committee,
Gerhard Jaritz, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
The Shadow of Byzantium in Lombard Jewellery Production
(Language: English)
Valentina de Pasca, Dipartimento di Beni Culturali e Ambientali,
Università degli Studi di Milano
Elite Dinner Services and Dining in 14th-Century England
(Language: English)
Christopher Woolgar, Department of History / Centre for Medieval &
Renaissance Culture, University of Southampton
Traces of Dance in Medieval and Early Modern Catalan Texts
(Language: English)
Lenke Kovács, Departament de Filologia Catalana, Universitat Rovira i
Virgili, Tarragona
1307
Baines Wing: Room 1.14
GENEALOGY AND PSEUDO-HISTORY IN THE MEDIEVAL INSULAR WORLD
Ben Guy, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Owain Wyn Jones, School of History, Welsh History & Archaeology,
Bangor University
Writing the Ancient History of the Picts in the Early Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Nicholas Evans, Department of History, University of Hull
‘O herwyd yr Istoria’: The Appropriation of Geoffrey of
Monmouth’s British History in Welsh Genealogy (Language:
English)
Ben Guy
The Foundation of Wales and England: A Re-Examination of the
Cadwallader Episode in Middle English Versions of the Prose
Brut (Language: English)
Georgia Henley, Department of Celtic Languages & Literatures, Harvard
University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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SOCIAL COHESION, III: THE BIBLE AND HISTORIOGRAPHY IN THE
EUROMEDITERRANEAN WORLD
European Research Council Project ‘Social Cohesion, Identity & Religion
in Europe (SCIRE)’
Clemens Gantner, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Gerda Heydemann, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Institut für Geschichte,
Universität Wien
Biblical History as a Tool of Integration and Distinction in Gothic
Historiography (Language: English)
Philipp Dörler, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
Iberian Bible Manuscripts as Modes of Transcultural Historical
Perception (Language: English)
Matthias M. Tischler, Institut d’Estudis Medievals, Universitat Autònoma
de Barcelona
Bible and Biblical Exegesis in the Transcultural Iberian
Historical Writing (Language: English)
Patrick Marschner, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
1309
Baines Wing: Room G.37
CANON LAW, IV: TEXTUAL AUTHORITY IN THE CONCILIAR SETTING AND ITS
AFTERLIFE
Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC)
Melodie H. Eichbauer, College of Arts & Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast
University and Danica Summerlin, Department of History, University
College London
Melodie H. Eichbauer
Canon Law Collections in Action at Councils: Burchard,
Burchard’s Decretum, and the Council of Seligenstadt of 1023
(Language: English)
Greta Austin, Department of Religion, University of Puget Sound,
Washington
Employing the ‘New Law’: The Example of the 1179 Lateran
Council (Language: English)
Danica Summerlin
‘The Pope has forbidden’: The Influence of the Fourth Lateran
Council on Danish 13th-Century Legislation (Language: English)
Helle Vogt, Center for Retskulturelle Studier, Det Juridiske Fakultet,
Københavns Universitet
1310
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GRUNDMANN’S LEGACY, IV: APOSTOLIC LIFE AND RELIGIOUS RENEWAL
Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris and Anne E. Lester, Department of History,
University of Colorado, Boulder
Ian Forrest, Oriel College, University of Oxford
Friars and Paradigms (Language: English)
Amanda Power, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Which Apostolic Ideal? (Language: English)
Neslihan Şenocak, Department of History, Columbia University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Baines Wing: Room G.41
THE CHRISTIAN AFTERLIFE: PLACES OF REWARD, REDEMPTION, AND
PUNISHMENT
Niamh Bhalla, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Michael Carter, English Heritage, London
Per manus sanctorum angelorum […]: The Depiction of the Soul
of Ambrose in the 9th-Century Golden Altar of St Ambrogio in
Milan as an Indicator of Earlier Non-Extant Models (Language:
English)
Maria Grasso, Independent Scholar, London
Material Culture as Eschatological Allegory in Medieval
Byzantine Graves (Language: English)
Sophie Moore, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Newcastle
University
Corporeal Punishment and Social Transformation: The Image of
the Last Judgement at Mavriotissa Monastery in Northern
Greece (Language: English)
Niamh Bhalla
1312
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
CRITICISM AND CRITICAL REFLECTIONS IN THE MARGIN
Janneke Raaijmakers, Departement Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht
Mary Garrison, Department of History, University of York
Scientific Debate in the Margin of Early Medieval Manuscripts
(Language: English)
Mariken Teeuwen, Huygens ING - KNAW (Instituut voor Nederlandse
Geschiedenis, Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen),
Den Haag
Manuscripts Don’t Burn: Criticism and Censorship in the Margin
of Heretical Texts, 6th - 9th Centuries (Language: English)
Irene van Renswoude, Huygens ING - KNAW (Instituut voor
Nederlandse Geschiedenis, Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van
Wetenschappen), Den Haag
In the Margin: Reflections on the Cult of Relics in the Early
Middle Ages (Language: English)
Janneke Raaijmakers
1313
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
ROMA SACRA, IV: ROME AND ITS LEADERS - THE ELITES AND THE
TOPOGRAPHY OF THE EARLY MEDIEVAL CITY
Dorine van Espelo, Faculteit der Letteren, Radboud Universiteit
Nijmegen, Giorgia Vocino, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
and Veronica West-Harling, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri, Dipartimento di Scienze della
Comunicazione e Discipline Umanistiche, Università degli Studi di
Urbino ‘Carlo Bo’
‘A City in Amber’: Rome and the Preservation of History in the
Regionary Catalogues, 400-850 (Language: English)
Simon Hosie, Department of History, University of Sheffield
The Roman Past in the Consciousness of the Roman Elites in the
9th and 10th Centuries (Language: English)
Veronica West-Harling
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD: SESSIONS IN HONOUR OF
IAN N. WOOD, IV
Tim Barnwell, School of History, University of Leeds, Richard Broome,
School of History, University of Leeds and N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute
for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Mayke de Jong, Departement Geschiedenis en Kunstgeschiedenis,
Universiteit Utrecht
Pacus and His Brothers: A Romano-Alamannic Family from PostRoman Heidelberg (Language: English)
Ralph Mathisen, Department of History, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign
Information Exchange on the Papal Estates of Sicily, c. 600
(Language: English)
Chris Wickham, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Was Spain Different in the 8th Century? (Language: English)
Ann R. Christys, Independent Scholar, Leeds
Stuart Airlie, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
1315
Baines Wing: Room 1.13
TRACES OF REFORM: THE EVIDENCE OF MONASTIC WRITINGS
Daniela Hoffmann, Historisches Institut, Universität Mannheim and
Meta Niederkorn-Bruck, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
Daniela Hoffmann
‘Aptus ad lucrandas animas’: Education for Life in a Monastery
(Language: English)
Meta Niederkorn-Bruck
Reading and Reading Again (Language: English)
Andrea Spinka, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
The New as the Old: Mediation of Reform by the Teutonic Order
Referring to the Incorporation of the Order of the Brothers of
the Sword (Language: English)
Serge Schmid, Ältere Deutsche Philologie, Universität Trier
1316
Baines Wing: Room 1.16
THE CHURCH IN WESTERN IBERIA (LEÓN, ASTURIAS, GALICIA, AND
PORTUGAL), IV: CISTERCIANS AND THEIR PATRONS
James D’Emilio, Department of Humanities, University of South Florida
James D’Emilio
Family Memory in Iberian Reformed Abbeys: The Traba Family
and the Monastery of Sobrado (Language: English)
M. Raquel Alonso Álvarez, Departamento de Historia del Arte y
Musicología, Universidad de Oviedo
Monasteries and the Aristocracy in Medieval Galicia: The Case of
the Traba Family, 12th-13th Centuries (Language: English)
Francesco Renzi, Institute for History, Universiteit Leiden
James D’Emilio
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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University House: Beechgrove Room
RELIGIOUS MEN AND REFORM, II: REFORM IN 12TH-CENTURY ENGLAND REBUILDING INSTITUTIONS AND THE SELF
Bishop’s Eye Research Network
Katherine J. Lewis, Division of History, University of Huddersfield
Katherine J. Lewis
Reform Set in Stone: Attitudes towards Monastic Rebuilding and
Reform in England, c. 1070-1130 (Language: English)
Michael French, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of
St Andrews
Friendship as a Reforming Influence on Female Religious
Behaviour: St Anselm and the Handmaidens of God (Language:
English)
Hollie Devanney, Department of History, University of Hull
Weapons of Saintly Construction: St Edward and St Erkenwald
in 12th-Century London (Language: English)
Joanna Huntington, School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln
1318
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
COMMUNITIES OF REFORM, V: POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND CULTURAL
TRANSFORMATIONS
COST Action IS 1301 ‘New Communities of Interpretation’
Sabrina Corbellini, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Pavlina Rychterová, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Reforming the Byzantine Empire after the Collapse, 1204-1261:
Religious versus Political Communities (Language: English)
Christian Gastgeber, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Central European Vernacular Biblical Apocrypha and Their
Readers (Language: English)
Jakub Sichálek, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Cities of Readers: Presentation of a New Research Project
(Language: English)
Joanka van der Laan, Vakgroep Mediaevistiek, Rijksuniversiteit
Groningen and Johanneke Uphoff, Vakgroep Mediaevistiek,
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
1319
Parkinson Building: Room B.10
RENOVATIO IN THE EAST ROMAN AND BYZANTINE WORLD, IV: EMPERORS
AND REFORM
Byzantine Society, University of Oxford
Andrew Mackenzie Small, Kellogg College, University of Oxford
Adrastos Omissi, Oriel College, University of Oxford
Breaking Nehushtan in Pieces: Deuteronomistic Ideology in the
Iconoclastice Program of Renovatio (Language: English)
David Gyllenhaal, Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford
New Approaches on the Literary Value of the Palatinus Graecus
398 (Language: English)
Dimitra Eleftheriou, Ecole doctorale ‘Milieux, cultures et sociétés du
passé et du présent’, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
Balkan Renovatio in the Age of Justinian (Language: English)
Alexander Sarantis, Department of History & Welsh History,
Aberystwyth University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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University House: Great Woodhouse Room
TRANSFORMATION AND RENEWAL IN POST-ROMAN AND EARLY MEDIEVAL
SOCIETIES, III: LATE ROMAN AND EARLY MEDIEVAL LEADERSHIP
Guido M. Berndt, Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Laury Sarti, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut,
Freie Universität Berlin and Roland Steinacher, Lehrstuhl für Alte
Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Walter Pohl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
Christian Ideology and Kingship in the Post-Imperial West
(Language: English)
Robin Whelan, Brasenose College / The Oxford Research Centre in the
Humanities (TORCH), University of Oxford
Warlords and Kings: Some Thoughts about Classifying
Leadership in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Guido M. Berndt
Topographies of Empire in the Early Middle Ages (Language:
English)
Jonathan P. Conant, Department of History, Brown University
Steffen Patzold, Fachbereich Geschichtswissenschaft, Seminar für
mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
1321
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS AS AN EXPRESSION OF REFORM AND A VEHICLE
FOR RENEWAL BETWEEN EAST AND WEST
Ars edendi, Stockholms Universitet
Barbara Crostini, Institutionen för franska, italienska och klassiska
språk, Stockholms Universitet
Sébastien Fray, Centre d’Histoire Espaces et Cultures, Université Blaise
Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand II
Italian Giant Bibles and Manuscripts in the Kingdom of Croatia
and Dalmatia in the 11th and 12th Centuries (Language: English)
Nadia Togni, Faculté de Théologie, Université de Genève
The Rhetoric of Reform as a Key to the Interpretation of Some
11th-Century Greek Illuminated Manuscripts (Language: English)
Barbara Crostini
Paris.gr.54 and the Union of Lyon: Renewal, Reunion, Reform,
and Rejection (Language: English)
Kathleen Maxwell, Department of Art & Art History, Santa Clara
University, California
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPE: LAW AND POLITICS,
IV - PRACTICE AND POLITICAL THOUGHT
Research Group for Medievistics (Hungarian Academy of Science /
National Archives of Hungary / University of Szeged / Center for
Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca)
Éva B. Halász, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatócsoport, Budapest - Szeged
and Alexandru Simon, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Ovidiu Cristea, Nicolae Iorga Institute of History, Romanian Academy,
Bucharest
The Rise of the Congregational System in Transylvania at the
End of the 13th Century (Language: English)
Tudor Sălăgean, Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, Cluj-Napoca
Ancient and Medieval Sources Invoked by Pelbartus de
Themeswar in the First Volume of His Aureum Rosarium
Theologiae (Language: English)
Alexandra Baneu, Centre for Ancient & Medieval Philosophy, Babeş–
Bolyai University / Institutul de Istorie ‘George Bariţiu’, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoco
Oriental Legacy and Humanist Bureaucracy in Eastern Europe at
End of the 15th Century (Language: English)
Alexandru Simon
1323
University House: St George Room
13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, IV: SACRED OBLIGATION AND REFORM
Felicity Hill, School of History, University of East Anglia
Kathleen Neal, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Monash
University, Victoria
From Paper to Provisions: Refining Reform, 1244-1258
(Language: English)
Andrew M. Spencer, Christ’s College, University of Cambridge
Oaths and Reform, 1258-1265 (Language: English)
Joshua Hey, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St
Andrews
Oaths and Excommunication in 13th-Century English Politics
(Language: English)
Felicity Hill
1324
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
INTENTIONAL AND UNINTENTIONAL RENEWAL IN LATE MEDIEVAL ECONOMIC
INSTITUTIONS
Angela Huang, Department of History, SAXO-Institute, Københavns
Universitet
Sabine von Heusinger, Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
The Same but Different?: The Challenges of Studying Continuity
and Change in Economic Institutions (Language: English)
Angela Huang
Continuity and Change in Late Medieval Pawnbroking
Institutions in Italy (Language: English)
Tanja Skambraks, Historisches Institut, Universität Mannheim
Institutional Changes in Late Medieval European Trade: Why Did
Merchants Turn from Partnerships to Firms? (Language: English)
Ulla Kypta, Departement Geschichte, Universität Basel
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SOUTHERN ITALY IN CONTEXT (10TH-13TH CENTURIES), III: THE WORK
AND IDENTITY OF THE SO-CALLED HUGO FALCANDUS
Markus Krumm, Historisches Seminar, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität
München
Patricia E. Skinner, Department of History, University of Winchester
The Evil That Kings Do: Kingship, Tyranny, and William I in
Hugo Falcandus (Language: English)
Francesca Petrizzo, School of History, University of Leeds
Sex, Death, and Corruption: Rumours in the Work of ‘Hugo
Falcandus’ (Language: English)
Harald Richter, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Peter and William of Blois, and ‘Hugo Falcandus’ (Language:
English)
Graham A. Loud, School of History, University of Leeds
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Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
PAUL THE DEACON: REFORM AND RENEWAL, II
Zachary Guiliano, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and
Christopher Heath, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
Paul Fouracre, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of
Manchester
Usages du passé et présence de l’Historia Longobardorum dans
la Légende dorée de Jacques de Voragine: mémoire des empires
dans le chapitre sur pape Pélage (Language: Français)
Igor Salomão Teixeira, Departamento e do Programa de Pós-Graduação
em História, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre
Y-a-t-il un intêrét accru pour les femmes dans l’historiographie
carolingienne?: Le cas de Paul Diacre (Language: Français)
Ecaterina Lung, Facultatea de Istorie, Universitatea din Bucureşti
1327
Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
DESTRUCTION, DESERTION, REVIVAL: MEDIEVAL MILITARY INVASIONS AND
THEIR LONG-TERM SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGIC EFFECTS, II
József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Balázs Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Destruction, Desertion, and Defense: Medieval Military Orders
and Their Actions during the Cuman, Mongol, and Ottoman
Invasions (Language: English)
József Laszlovszky
The Ecological Impact of the Baltic Crusades in Long-Term
Perspective: Archaeological, Archaeo-Botanical and ArchaeoZoological Research (Language: English)
Alex Brown, Department of Archaeology, University of Reading and
Aleksander G. Pluskowski, Department of Archaeology, University of
Reading
Environmental Crises versus Economic and Social Renewal?: The
Case of Hungary, 1241-1350 (Language: English)
András Vadas, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest / Central European
University, Budapest
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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THE WRITERS OF REFORM: PROPAGATING REFORM AGENDAS IN
CONTEMPORARY HISTORIES
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Benjamin Pohl, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Laura Gathagan, Department of History, State University of New York,
Cortland
William of Malmesbury, John of Worcester, and Orderic Vitalis:
12th-Century Benedictine Interpretations of the 10th-Century
English Benedictine Reform Movement (Language: English)
Julia Steuart Barrow, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
The Writer(s) of Reform in Early Normandy: Dudo of St Quentin
and the Norman ‘Renaissance’ under Dukes Richard I and
Richard II (Language: English)
Benjamin Pohl
Rethinking the City of God: The Paradigm Shift in the
Reformers’ Writings of the 12th Century (Language: English)
Irina Redkova, Faculty of History, Lomonosov Moscow State University
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
RENEWING LITERARY TRADITIONS, II
IMC Programming Committee,
Margriet Hoogvliet, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - French,
University of Leeds / Vakgroep Mediaevistiek, Rijksuniversiteit
Groningen
Conversion and Reform of Empire in Cynewulf’s Elene in the
Context of Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum
(Language: English)
Jacek Olesiejko, Wyzsza Szkola Jezykow Obcych, Swiecie
Re-Forming the Story: Marie de France’s Lais, Performance, and
the Poetics of Voice (Language: English)
Simonetta Cochis, Department of French, Transylvania University,
Kentucky
Novelty and Tradition on Writing Culture in Medieval Coimbra
(Language: English)
Leonor Zozaya, Centro de História da Sociedade e da Cultura (CHSC),
Universidade de Coimbra
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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RENEWING BELLICOSITY?: MASCULINITY BETWEEN THE LOVE FOR ENEMIES
AND BLOODLUST IN THE NAME OF CHRIST
Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien (IZMS), Universität
Salzburg
Siegrid Schmidt, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien
(IZMS), Universität Salzburg and Käthe Sonnleitner, Institut für
Geschichte, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Jutta Baumgartner, Fachbereich Geschichte, Universität Salzburg
The Christian Emperor: True Follower of Christ or Warrior for
Christ? (Language: English)
Käthe Sonnleitner
Crusaders: Heroes, Daredevils, Adventurers, Cowards, and
Deserters (Language: English)
Ingrid Schlegl, Institut für Geschichte, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
The Christian Knight: Brought up to Foster Nonviolent Virtues or
to Wield the Sword (Language: English)
Ilse Aiglsperger, Institut für Geschichte, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
PERFORMING EMOTIONS
Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Mary C. Flannery, Department of English, Université de Lausanne and
Charlotte Steenbrugge, Centre for Drama, Theatre & Performance
Studies, University of Toronto
Pamela M. King, Department of English Language, University of
Glasgow
Contrite, Not Fussed, Desperate: Penance in Medieval English
Morality Plays (Language: English)
Charlotte Steenbrugge
‘Gredyly cry to hym wit-owte cessyngge’: Performative Weeping
and Male Construction of Female Identity in Aelred of Rievaux’s
A Rule of Life for a Recluse (Language: English)
Hetta Howes, School of English & Drama, Queen Mary, University of
London
Emotions in Chaucer’s Romances (Language: English)
Raluca Radulescu, Institute for Medieval & Early Modern Studies,
Bangor University
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
LEARNING AND MONASTIC REFORM, II: INTELLECTUAL CULTURE AND
INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Micol Long, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Steven Vanderputten, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Re-Reforming Knowledge in the Monastic Culture of Liège: The
Case of St Laurent (Language: English)
Jay Diehl, Department of History, Long Island University, New York
The Mystical Tibbert: Allegory, Faction, and Reform at St Albans,
c. 1200 (Language: English)
Thomas O’Donnell, Department of English, Fordham University
Reformed Cloister and Rarefied Culture: Warner of Rouen’s
Satirical Depiction of a Monk of Mont Saint-Michel (Language:
English)
Corinna Matlis, Medieval Studies Program, Cornell University
Sigbjørn Olsen Sønnesyn, Independent Scholar, Voss
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
WOMEN AND COMMUNITY IN MEDIEVAL IBERIA
Alexandra Guerson de Oliveira, Department of History, University of
Toronto
Amy Livingstone, Department of History, Wittenberg University, Ohio
Credit and Connections: A Jewish Woman in the Christian
Community of Vic, 1296-1307 (Language: English)
Sarah Ifft Decker, Department of History, Yale University
‘All the women are White and all the Blacks are men’:
Investigating the Relationships between Female Slave Owners
and Female Slaves in Late Mediaeval Castilian Communities
(Language: English)
Elizabeth Hutchin-Bellur, Independent Scholar, Cupar
A View of Catalan Peasant Women from 14th-Century Pastoral
Visitation Records (Language: English)
Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Department of History, University of Texas
at El Paso
Weaving Financial Webs: Jewish and Christian Women in the
Credit Market of Late Medieval Girona (Language: English)
Alexandra Guerson de Oliveira and Dana Wessell Lightfoot, Department
of History, University of Northern British Columbia
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SHARING THE HOLY LAND: PERCEPTIONS OF SHARED SACRED SPACE IN THE
MEDIEVAL EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, II - SACRED SPACE AND THE
CRUSADES
Centre for the History of Arabic Studies in Europe, Warburg Institute,
University of London
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Jan Vandeburie
Expanding the Hospitaller Mission in the Medieval Levant
(Language: English)
Ranieri Moore Cavaceppi, Department of World Languages & Cultures,
American University Washington, Washington DC
Conversion of Churches to Mosques after the Fall of the Two
Crusader Kingdoms of Jerusalem (Language: English)
David Antebi, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Enshrined Fortification: A Trialogue on the Rise and Fall of Safed
(Language: English)
Uri Shachar, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva
1335
Baines Wing: Room G.42
LATE MEDIEVAL PILGRIMAGE: REDEFINING RELIGIOUS IDENTITY
Orit Ramon, Department of History, The Open University, Raanana
Melanie Brunner, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Religious Polemics in the 15th-Century Bohemian Pilgrim
Accounts to the Holy Land (Language: English)
Jaroslav Svatek, Centrum Medievistických Studií, Univerzita Karlova,
Praha
Kryštof Harant’s Pilgrimage Account to the Holy Land: A
Reflection of an Identity (Language: English)
Orit Ramon
Reflecting (on) Religious and Cultural Difference: Christian
Jerusalem Pilgrims on Muslim Marriage and Divorce Practices
(Language: English)
Pavel Blažek, Institute of Philosophy, Akademie vĕd České Republiky,
Praha / Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes, Paris
1336
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
APPROACHES TO MIRACLE NARRATIVES, II: MIRACLES AND MEDICINE
Hagiography Society
Anne E. Bailey, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, School of Social Sciences & Humanities, History
& Philosophy, University of Tampere
Work and Relics: The Socio-Economic Value of Being Healed
(Language: English)
Elizabeth A. Wiedenheft, Department of History, University of
Nottingham
Toothache Miracles in Medieval England (Language: English)
John F. Beal, Independent Scholar, Leeds
‘Amentiam Quadam Percussam’: Cognitive Impairment and
Medical Diagnosis in Miracle Stories, 1275-1500 (Language:
English)
Leigh Ann Craig, Department of History, Virginia Commonwealth
University
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
MEDIEVAL MONASTICISM IN A DIGITAL AGE
Monastic Wales Project / Monastic Ireland Project
Karen Stöber, Departament d’Història, Universitat de Lleida
Edel M. Bhreathnach, Discovery Programme, Dublin
Medieval Monasticism and the Digital Humanities (Language:
English)
Janet Burton, School of Archaeology, History & Anthropology,
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Monastic Wales: Six Years On (Language: English)
Karen Stöber
Monastic Ireland: Three Years On (Language: English)
Keith Smith, Monastic Ireland Project, Department of the History of Art
& Architecture, Trinity College Dublin
1338
Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
POWER ELITES IN THE MIDDLE AGES, IV: THE SHARE OF URBAN
OLIGARCHIES AND NOBILITY IN THE CASTILLIAN FISCAL SYSTEM (14TH-16TH
CENTURIES)
José Manuel Triano Milán, Departamento de Arqueología e Historia
Medieval, Universidad de Malaga
José Antonio Jara Fuente, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha
‘For itself and the res publica’: The Consolidated Annuites of
Castile and the Role of Nobility, 1489-1504 (Language: English)
Federico Gálvez Gambero, Departamento de Arqueología e Historia
Medieval, Universidad de Malaga
In the Granada Frontier: The ‘Portazgo’ of Moron de la Frontera
in 1490 - Study and Documentation (Language: English)
Jesús García Ayoso, Historia Medieval y Ciencias y Técnicas
Historiográficas, Universidad de Sevilla
Power, Prestige, and Financial Profits: The Sevillian Elites and
the Collection of the Royal ‘pedido’ (Language: English)
José Manuel Triano Milán
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Parkinson Building: Room B.09
AUTHORITY AND ETHICS
Great Western 4 Alliance (GW4), Universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff &
Exeter
Carolyn A. Muessig, Department of Religion & Theology, University of
Bristol
Ian P. Wei, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Authority and Ethics in Augustine of Hippo (Language: English)
Josef Lössl, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff University
Ethical Apocalypticism in Burchard of Worms’ Decretum
(Language: English)
George David House, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Exeter
Peter Damian and the Problem of Virtue and Charisma
(Language: English)
Anke Holdenried, Department of History, University of Bristol
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 16.30-18.00
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NETWORK ANALYSIS AND MEDIEVAL SOURCES
Applied Mathematics Research Centre, Coventry University
Máirín Mac Carron, Department of History, National University of
Ireland, Galway
Thomas Birkett, School of English, University College Cork
What Have Networks Ever Done for Us? (Language: English)
Pádraig Mac Carron, Department of Experimental Psychology,
University of Oxford
Maths Meets Myths: Applying Mathematics to Medieval Sources
(Language: English)
Ralph Kenna, Applied Mathematics Research Centre (AMRC), Coventry
University
Hagiography and Network Analysis (Language: English)
Máirín Mac Carron
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
OLD NORSE PROVERBIAL WISDOM
Viking Society for Northern Research
Alison Finlay, Department of English & Humanities, Birkbeck, University
of London
Alison Finlay
The Fool Monty: The Old Icelandic Fool as Agent of Cultural
Memory (Language: English)
Yoav Tirosh, Department of Viking & Medieval Norse Studies, University
of Iceland, Reykjavík
What’s in a Proverb?: Norse Axiomatic Wisdom from Hávamál to
the Margins of Manuscripts (Language: English)
Christine Schott, Department of English, Erskine College, South
Carolina
Blaming Óðinn: A fornaldarsaga Topos (Language: English)
Elizaveta Matveeva, School of English, University of Nottingham
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
GENDER AND GENRE IN LATER MIDDLE ENGLISH
IMC Programming Committee,
Sheri Smith, Cardiff School of English, Communication & Philosophy,
Cardiff University
Isumbras’s Plow: Intertextualities of Romance and Plowman
Literature (Language: English)
Kaylara Reed, Department of English, University of Hull
Beyond Findern: Female Networks and the Canterbury Tales in
15th-Century Derbyshire and Staffordshire (Language: English)
Freya Brooks, School of English, University of Leicester
It is al traueile in idil: The Lexicon of Late Medieval Work and
Idleness (Language: English)
Emma Martin, Department of History, University of York
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
A BABYLONIAN CONFUSION OF TONGUES: LOOKING FOR WAYS TO ADDRESS
‘REFORM AND RENEWAL’ ACROSS MEDIEVALIST DISCIPLINES - A ROUND
TABLE DISCUSSION
Steven Vanderputten, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Steven Vanderputten
This round table discussion brings together experts from various fields
in medieval studies to discuss the semantic and methodological
challenges facing scholars when studying reform and renewal in
medieval contexts. It is becoming increasingly clear that different
disciplines in medieval studies, and even different specializations within
each of these, rely on different definitions of what constitutes a reform
or renewal of past practices, attitudes, and beliefs. These definitions
often originated in intellectual circumstances far removed from what we
currently regard as objective observation of past realities. The result is
that is has become very difficult to discuss reform and renewal across
disciplines, or even establish a consensus on what constitutes a reform,
or a renewal. Basing themselves on the current state of the art in
medieval studies, the issues addressed in the keynote lectures, and
three days’ worth of sessions on reform and renewal, the participants
will investigate the origins of this problem, consider possibilities for
resolving it, and identify priorities for future theoretical and sourcebased research.
Participants include Frank Griffel (Yale University), Carmen Cardelle de
Hartmann (Universität Zürich), Conrad Leyser (University of Oxford),
and Maureen C. Miller (University of California, Berkeley).
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Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
THE TWITTERATI: USING TWITTER IN MEDIEVAL SCHOLARSHIP AND
PEDAGOGY - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
East Coast Medieval Graduate Alliance
Carla María Thomas, Department of English, New York University
Carla María Thomas
We will discuss the utility of Twitter in medieval scholarship and college
pedagogy in this round table. Starting with one scholar’s recent joining
of Twitter (why she resisted before and why she ultimately decided to
begin tweeting), we will move to some of the top tweeters of Leeds
2014. They will demonstrate and address the following: getting started
with Twitter, live-tweeting at conferences with data collected from
Leeds 2014 and Kalamazoo 2014, community networking within and
across disciplines, using Twitter as a tool in the college classroom, and
Twitter activism. We are calling on more to join the Twitterati!
Participants include Angela Bennett Segler (New York University), Heide
R. Estes (University of Cambridge), Jonathan Hsy (George Washington
University), Dorothy Kim (Vassar College), and Kristen Mapes (Michigan
State University).
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
CLIMATE, LAND, AND ENVIRONMENT AT LATE MEDIEVAL HERSTMONCEUX: A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Herstmonceux Project
Steven Bednarski, Department of History, University of Waterloo,
Ontario
Scott McLean, Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle /
Queen’s University, Kingston
This round table discusses the preliminary findings and broad context
of
the
Herstmonceux
Project,
an
ambitious
international,
interdisciplinary project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities
Research Council of Canada. The Project aims to uncover the lost
medieval village of Herstmonceux, abandoned at a time of climate
change, to reveal the impact of climate on late medieval land use,
settlement, and culture. To do this, we blend archival research,
archaeology, palaeontology, and climatology. For more information,
please visit www.medieval-environment.com
Participants include Steven Bednarski (University of Waterloo), Andrew
Moore (University of Waterloo), and Miriam Müller (University of
Birmingham).
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
MEDIEVAL VIOLENCE: HANNAH SKODA’S MEDIEVAL VIOLENCE - PHYSICAL
BRUTALITY IN NORTHERN FRANCE, 1270-1330, THE SMFS 2014 BEST
FIRST BOOK PRIZE WINNER - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship / Gender & Medieval Studies
(GMS)
Anne E. Lester, Department of History, University of Colorado, Boulder
Anne E. Lester
In 2014 the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS) awarded
Hannah Skoda (St John’s College, University of Oxford) the SMFS 2014
Best First Book Prize for her book, Medieval Violence: Physical Brutality
in Northern France, 1270-1330 (Oxford UP, 2013). This round table will
discuss Hannah Skoda’s book and its contribution to the field. Four
distinguished participants from different disciplines will comment on
Hannah Skoda’s book and address new directions in the field as well as
offer an interdisciplinary engagement with themes and sources for
understanding medieval violence.
Participants include Rebecca Dixon (University of Liverpool), Irene
Fabry-Tehranchi (University of Reading), Guy Geltner (Universiteit van
Amsterdam), Patricia Skinner (University of Winchester), and Hannah
Skoda (University of Oxford).
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
THE FUTURE OF RELIGIOUS MEN: ESTABLISHING AN AGENDA - A ROUND
TABLE DISCUSSION
Bishop’s Eye Research Network
Katherine J. Lewis, Division of History, University of Huddersfield
Joanna Huntington, School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln
Bishop’s Eye exists to study the intersections of men as men with
religious practice. Our focus is not, however, explicitly or exclusively
gendered. Indeed, we are especially keen to develop conversations
between gender scholars and those who would not normally consider
their research to have gendered implications. More broadly we aim to
work across what can still be perceived as impenetrable methodological
barriers. In this session the speakers will explore potential priorities for
the study of medieval men and religion in the next decade. For
example, while we think we have a fairly clear sense of the main
features of women’s/feminine piety we have a much less specific sense
of what men’s/masculine piety might look like and how that is or might
(not) be differentiated between lay and clerical men, or between men
of different social status and profession (or indeed between men and
women).
Participants include Michael Burger (Auburn University at Montgomery,
Alabama), Patricia Cullum (University of Huddersfield), Katherine J.
Lewis (University of Huddersfield), and James Richardson (University of
York).
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Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
HISTORICAL WRITING IN BRITAIN AND IRELAND, 500–1500:
INTERDISCIPLINARY QUESTIONS AND APPROACHES - A ROUND TABLE
DISCUSSION
Centre for Medieval Literature, University of York & Syddansk
Universitet, Odense
Jennifer Jahner, Division of the Humanities & Social Sciences, California
Institute of Technology
Cynthia Turner Camp, Department of English, University of Georgia,
Athens
This panel brings together select contributors to an edited volume,
forthcoming from Cambridge UP, which surveys key developments and
trends in British and Irish historical writing across the Middle Ages.
Presenters will be asked to discuss their specific research, but also to
reflect upon the methodological challenges and opportunities endemic
to a large-scale, interdisciplinary project like this one. How do literature
scholars and historians constitute their arguments and evidence? How
do we define the parameters of ‘historical writing’ or ‘national’
historiographical traditions? The volume editors, as participants and
panel organizers, welcome the questions and feedback of the larger
IMC community.
Participants include Kate Ash (Liverpool Hope University), Charles F.
Briggs (University of Vermont), Magali Coumert (Université de Bretagne
Occidentale, Brest), Sarah Foot (University of Oxford), and Owain Wyn
Jones (Bangor University).
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Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
PHD?: WHAT NEXT? - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
HistoryLab+ / The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew /
University of Leicester
Ellie Pridgeon, Department of the History of Art & Film, University of
Leicester / Precise Media, London
Paul R. Dryburgh, The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew
This round table is aimed at Masters and PhD students, as well as at
medievalists considering careers outside the traditional academic
environment. In light of the short-term contracts and reduced funding
in HE, this is a common decision for 21st century post-graduates. The
panel is composed of participants from a number of sectors, including
media, archives, publishing, landscape heritage, and local government.
This is a unique opportunity to hear professionals - all of whom have
successfully undertaken PhDs themselves - discuss career paths, and
for you to pose questions and seek advice on your future vocation.
Participants include Ellie Pridgeon (University of Leicester / Precise
Media, London), Kimm Curran (University of Glasgow), Robert Kinsey
(Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge), and John Lee (North Yorkshire County
Council, Northallerton).
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
MULTILINGUAL COMMUNICATION: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
International Medieval Society, Paris / Société Internationale des
Médiévistes, Paris
Emma Campbell, Department of French Studies, University of Warwick
Emma Campbell
Interest in medieval multilingualism has, in recent decades,
transformed narratives of linguistic change, the study of linguistic and
political geographies, and the conceptualization of translation and
cultural contact. This round table on multilingual communication
showcases current approaches to the multilingualism of medieval
societies, focusing on the relationships between French and other
languages in different areas of the medieval world. The aim of the
round table will be to discuss the methodological and disciplinary issues
that research in this area presents and to consider new directions for
further research.
Participants include Keith Busby (University of Wisconsin, Madison),
Ruth Evans (Saint Louis University, Missouri), and Elaine Treharne
(Stanford University).
WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015: 19.00-20.00
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MYSTICISM AND BIBLICAL EXEGESIS: THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY - A
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Mystical Theology Network / Institute for the Study of Spirituality, KU
Leuven
Rob Faesen, Institute for the Study of Spirituality, KU Leuven
Louise Nelstrop, Kellogg College, University of Oxford / Sarum College,
Salisbury
Many of the great theologians of Middle Ages also wrote works of
mysticism. The aim of this round table is to explore the place of
mystical exegesis within medieval theology. The panel will reflect on
the relationship between mystical theology and theology both within
and outside of the schools, and in particular in relation to scriptural
texts and images that play a pivotal role within medieval mysticism.
Participants include Rob Faesen (KU Leuven), John Arblaster (KU
Leuven), and Benjamin Morgan (University of Oxford).
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
READING CHAUCER ALOUD AT LEEDS: A WORKSHOP
The Chaucer Studio / Press, Brigham Young University, Utah
Paul R. Thomas, The Chaucer Studio Press / Brigham Young University,
Utah
Paul R. Thomas
This workshop is designed for anyone who would like to learn how to
read Chaucer’s Middle English poetry / prose aloud. Beginning or
experienced readers are welcome: the workshop will be nonthreatening, and most readers should be able to make a noticeable
improvement in their reading of Middle English during this session.
Please bring a few copies of a passage from Chaucer’s works you would
like to improve. All readers should try to prepare the following passages
from the Manciple’s Prologue and Tale: Fragment IX, 1-104, the
Prologue; Lines 240-308 in the Tale.
If you have queries or are interested in participating, contact Paul
Thomas at [email protected]
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RIDDLING IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND AND BEYOND, I: ENGAGING WITH
THE PHYSICAL WORLD
The Riddle Ages: An Anglo-Saxon Riddle Blog
Megan Cavell, Department of English, Durham University and Jennifer
Neville, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London
Megan Cavell
Encounters of the Third Kind: Materiality and Some Exeter Book
Riddles (Language: English)
Pirkko Koppinen, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of
London
Shields and Other Animals: Riddling Approaches to the Natural
World in Early Scandinavia (Language: English)
Hannah Burrows, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of
Aberdeen
Models of Mutation and Mutilation in Anglo-Saxon Riddles
(Language: English)
Cameron Laird, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
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Baines Wing: Room 1.16
ILLUMINATED CHARTERS, I
Porta Historica: A Network of Scholars & Institutions Editing Historical
Sources
Andreas Zajic, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Andreas Zajic
Illuminated Charters in England, c. 1240-1509 (Language:
English)
Elizabeth Ann Danbury, Department of Information Studies, University
College London / International Centre for Archives & Records Research
(ICARUS), University College London
The Image of the Holy Face and Collective Indulgences
(Language: English)
Milada Studnicková, Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of
the Czech Republic, Praha
Grants of Arms and Letters Patent of Nobility Issued by 15thCentury Hungarian Kings (Language: English)
Sonja Lessacher, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
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AMBIGUOUS WOMEN IN MEDIEVAL ART, I
Medieval & Renaissance Research Group, University of Louisville,
Kentucky
Mónica Ann Walker Vadillo, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville,
Kentucky
Mónica Ann Walker Vadillo
King Solomon’s Ambiguous Wife in the Queste del Saint Graal
(Language: English)
Anastasija Ropa, Faculty of Humanities, University of Latvia, Riga
Disease Woman: A Neutral Representation of Illness? (Language:
English)
Sara Oberg Stradal, School of Culture & Creative Arts, University of
Glasgow
Controlling Sexuality, Exalting Motherhood: The Marginal
Bestiary in Charlotte of Savoy’s Book of Hours (Language:
English)
Mónica Ann Walker Vadillo
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Baines Wing: Room G.42
MEDIEVAL GEORGIAN CULTURE
Bert Beynen, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Temple University,
Philadelphia
Elguja Khintibidze, Institute of the History of Georgian Literature, Ivane
Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Medieval Georgian
Literature in English (Language: English)
Donald Rayfield, Department of Russian, Queen Mary University,
London
Revival of the Oriental Plot in English Dramaturgy: The Trace of
The Man in the Panther Skin in 17th-Century England (Language:
English)
Irma Makaradze, Institute of History of Georgian Literature, Ivane
Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
The Ecclesiastical Reform of Vakhtang I Gorgasali, c. 440-502:
King of Kartli (Language: English)
Gaga Shurgaia, Dipartimento di Studi sull’Asia e sull’Africa
Mediterranea, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
THURSDAY 09 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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LANDSCAPES/SEASCAPES, I: SHAPING TERRITORIAL IDENTITIES
School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church University
Leonie V. Hicks, Department of History & American Studies, Canterbury
Christ Church University
Michael Bintley, Department of English & Language Studies, Canterbury
Christ Church University
Comparing Anglo-Saxon Administrative Boundaries and
Watersheds Using GIS (Language: English)
Andrew Lowerre, English Heritage, Portsmouth
Crossing Land and Sea: How Travel and Communication
Influenced the Landholding of Thegns in Hampshire in the Late
Anglo-Saxon State (Language: English)
Katherine Blayney, St Peter’s College, University of Oxford
Exploring the Landscapes of Henry Dingley’s World: Stratfordupon-Avon and Its Environs in the Late 1560s to 1580s
(Language: English)
Maria Anne Hayward, Department of History, University of
Southampton
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University House: Cloberry Room
POWER AND SOCIETY IN THE EAST
IMC Programming Committee,
Ilya Afanasyev, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Anatolian City from Byzantium to Seljukian (Language: Deutsch)
Zehra Odabasi, Department of History, Selçuk Üniversitesi
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
THE ANGLO-WELSH FRONTIER IN THE MIDDLE AGES, I
Liverpool Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University of
Liverpool / Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of
Manchester / Department of History & Archaeology, University of
Chester
Marios Costambeys, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Thomas Pickles, Department of History & Archaeology, University of
Chester
Pollen, Penllyn, and the Early Medieval Environment of North
Wales (Language: English)
Tudur Davies, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
Archaeological Approaches to the Early Medieval Welsh
Borderlands (Language: English)
Nancy Edwards, School of History, Welsh History & Archaeology,
Bangor University
Mearcstapa: The Limits of Belonging in Mercia and the March
(Language: English)
Andrew Sargent, Department of History, Keele University
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[email protected]: Stage 3
THE TOURNAMENT AS SPECTACLE, I: HONOUR AND STATUS
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Alan V. Murray
For Fame and Honour: Ideas of Honour as Reflected in the
Medieval Tournament (Language: English)
James Titterton, School of History, University of Leeds
Joust for fun?: The Danger of Using the Guise of a Tournament
for Social and Political Advancement in the Hundred Years War
(Language: English)
Karen Watts, Royal Armouries, Leeds / Institute for Medieval Studies,
University of Leeds
Tournaments and Social Status: The Profile of Tourneyers in the
Late Medieval Low Countries (Language: English)
Mario Damen, Capaciteitsgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit van
Amsterdam
1509
Baines Wing: Room G.37
CANON LAW, V: THEOLOGY AND POLITICAL THEORY IN CANON LAW
Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC)
Melodie H. Eichbauer, College of Arts & Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast
University and Danica Summerlin, Department of History, University
College London
Theo Riches, Exzellenzcluster ‘Religion & Politik’, Westfälische
Wilhelms-Universität Münster
‘We receive the law on Mt. Sinai [...] when we study the sacred
scriptures’: Law, Liturgy, and Reform in the Exegesis of Bruno
of Segni (Language: English)
Louis Hamilton, Department of Religious Studies, Drew University, New
Jersey
Law and Disputation in the Libelli de lite (Language: English)
Kathleen Cushing, Department of History, Keele University
Legal Continuity vs Political Change?: Clerical Celibacy in the
Long 12th Century (Language: English)
Stephan Dusil, Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid, KU Leuven
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[email protected]: Stage 1
GRUNDMANN’S LEGACY, V: GENDER, SOCIAL MOBILITY, AND RELIGIOUS
REFORM
Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris and Anne E. Lester, Department of History,
University of Colorado, Boulder
Fiona Griffiths, Department of History, Stanford University
Social Mobility, Nobility, and the Premonstratensian Order in
Northwestern Germany during the 12th Century (Language:
English)
Shelley Amiste Wolbrink, Department of History, Drury University,
Missouri
The Formation of Female Religious Identity: Cistercian Women
vis-à-vis Their Semi-Religious Colleagues (Language: English)
Sara Moens, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
The Ascetic Domestic Household in the Later Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, Max-Weber-Kolleg für kultur- und
sozialwissenschaftliche Studien, Universität Erfurt
1511
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
REPRESENTATIONS OF BISHOPS IN HISTORIOGRAPHY: NORTHERN EUROPE,
1000-1300 - CHRONICLE, HAGIOGRAPHY, SAGA
Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies & Religion,
Universitetet i Bergen
Terje Breigutu Moseng, Department of Archaeology, Culture, History &
Religion, Universitetet i Bergen
Sigbjørn Olsen Sønnesyn, Independent Scholar, Voss
Episcopal Ideals in the Chronicon of Thietmar of Merseburg
(Language: English)
Terje Breigutu Moseng
Promotion or Rejection: The Relationship between Bishops and
Saints in Medieval Scandinavia (Language: English)
Sara Ellis Nilsson, Department of Historical Studies, Göteborgs
Universitet
Between Church Ideology and Practical Politics: Use and Abuse
of Episcopal Power in Sverris saga and Hákonar saga
Hákonarsonar (Language: English)
Sveinung Kasin Boye, Department of Historical Studies, Göteborgs
Universitet
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Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
BEYOND BLACK DEATH: MEDIEVAL PUBLIC HEALTH OUTSIDE CRISES
Research Group ‘Boundaries & Identity Formation in the Premodern
World’, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Guy Geltner, Faculteit van Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit van
Amsterdam
Sethina Watson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Practicing Public Health in Bologna: Before and after Black
Death (Language: English)
Guy Geltner
Medieval Medicine, Environment, and the Permeable Body,
1100-1500 (Language: English)
Claire Weeda, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen /
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Private Pipes in Public Roads: Negotiating Health in the Late
Medieval Low Countries (Language: English)
Janna Coomans, Capaciteitsgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit van
Amsterdam
1513
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
SHIFTING DEFINITIONS OF MEDIEVAL EPISTOLARITY IN THEORY AND
PRACTICE, I: DEFINING THE LETTER IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Prato Consortium for Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Diana Marie Jeske, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Monash
University, Victoria
Kathleen Neal, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Monash
University, Victoria
Securing Status: Early Medieval Letters in Context (Language:
English)
Verena Epp, Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Philipps-Universität, Marburg
Categorization & the Carolingians: Issues of Genre and
Epistolarity in the Early Medieval World (Language: English)
Laura Carlson, Department of History, Queen’s University, Ontario
‘Vox clamantis in eremo’:12th- and 13th-Century Carthusian
Development of Epistolary Networks (Language: English)
Stephen J. Molvarec, Program of First Studies, Loyola University
Chicago
1514
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
THE EARLY MEDIEVAL CHURCH: HISTORY AND HAGIOGRAPHY - SESSIONS IN
HONOUR OF IAN N. WOOD, V
Tim Barnwell, School of History, University of Leeds, Richard Broome,
School of History, University of Leeds and N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute
for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Julia Steuart Barrow, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Reflections on the Manuscript Transmission of EusebiusRufinus, Historia ecclesiastica in the Early Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Rosamond McKitterick, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Feeling Saints in Gregory of Tours (Language: English)
Barbara H. Rosenwein, Department of History, Loyola University
Chicago
The ‘Minor’ Monasteries of Old Castile: Unpicking the Early
Strands of Becerro Galicano (Language: English)
Wendy Davies, Independent Scholar, Woolstone
Thomas F. X. Noble, Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame
THURSDAY 09 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Parkinson Building: Room 1.08
REFORMIST DISCOURSES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ‘GREGORIAN’ REFORMS, I
IMC Programming Committee,
John S. Ott, Department of History, Portland State University, Oregon
The Clunisian Monastic Ideals Reflected in the Reform of Pope
Gregory VII (Language: English)
Gabriel Pandele, Faculty of History, Philosophy & Theology,
Universitatea ‘Dunarea de Jos’, Galati
The Norwegian Provincial Statute of 1280: Reform or Renewal?
(Language: English)
Eldbjørg Haug, Department of Archaeology, Culture, History & Religion,
Universitetet i Bergen
The Materiality of Reform in the Investiture Contest: The Role of
Ekkehard of Aura Reconsidered (Language: English)
T. J. H. McCarthy, Division of Social Sciences, New College of Florida
1516
Parkinson Building: Room B.11
THE CHURCH IN WESTERN IBERIA (LEÓN, ASTURIAS, GALICIA, AND
PORTUGAL), V: BOOKS, LIBRARIES, AND ARCHIVES
James D’Emilio, Department of Humanities, University of South Florida
Flora Ward, Department of Art, University of Toronto
University Manuscripts in the Library of the Cistercian
Monastery of Alcobaça (Language: English)
Catarina Fernandes Barreira, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade
de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Illuminating the Observant Reform?: The Choir Books of the
16th-Century Portuguese Dominican Nunneries (Language:
English)
Paula Freire Cardoso, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de
Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Maria João Branco, Departamento de História, Faculdade de Ciências
Sociais & Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
1517
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
BOHEMIAN REFORMATION & RELIGIOUS PRACTICE, I
Bohemian Reformation & Religious Practice Symposium
Reid Smeal Weber, Department of Economics, History, & Political
Science, University of Florida
Reid Smeal Weber
Struggle for a New Church and Pastoral Care during the 1st
Decade of the 15th Century in Bohemia: The Vision of Reform
according to John Hus and his Treatise On Church (De ecclesia)”
(Language: English)
Martin Dekarli, Hussite Theological Faculty, Univerzita Karlova, Praha
Jan Hus on Trial: Seeing the Accused through the Eyes of His
Enemies (Language: English)
Thomas A. Fudge, School of Humanities, University of New England,
New South Wales
Hus’s Reform of the Church and His Fight against Antichrist as a
Phenomena of the End of Ages (Language: English)
Lucie Mazalová, Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk University,
Brno
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Baines Wing: Room 1.14
NEW TEXTS AND GENRES IN EUROPEAN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE, I
Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien (ZEMAS), Otto-Friedrich-Universität
Bamberg
Ingrid Bennewitz, Lehrstuhl für Deutsche Philologie des Mittelalters,
Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Ingrid Bennewitz
Renewal and Evolution: Narrative Paradigms in Early German
Prose Romances (Language: English)
Susanne Knaeble, Lehrstuhl für ältere Deutsche Philologie, Universität
Bayreuth
The Path of the Righteous Text: Vernacular Retextualistions of
Apocryphal Traditions in Middle High German Chronicles
(Language: English)
Christoph Pretzer, Lehrstuhl für Deutsche Philologie des Mittelalters,
Otto Friedrich-Universität Bamberg / University of Cambridge
Zum Sprachwechsel Latein-Französisch als Urkunden- und
Literatursprache in der Ile-de-France im 13. Jahrhundert
(Language: Deutsch)
Philipp Burdy, Lehrstuhl für Romanische Sprachwissenschaft, Otto
Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
1519
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
GENRE AND MEDIEVALISM: FROM THE 19TH TO THE 21ST CENTURY
Tales After Tolkien Society
Helen Young, Department of English, University of Sydney
Lesley Coote, Andrew Marvell Centre for Medieval & Early Modern
Studies, University of Hull
The Victorian Joan of Arc: Gender and Genre (Language: English)
Ellie Crookes, School of the Arts, English & Media, University of
Wollongong, New South Wales
‘Celtic’ Myth and Celticity in Lloyd Alexander’s The Chronicles of
Prydain (Language: English)
Dimitra Fimi, Department of Humanities, Cardiff Metropolitan University
‘Power is a curious thing…’: Studying of the Mechanisms of
Power in Polish Historical Fantasy Novel Cycles (Language:
English)
Joanna Szwed-Śliwowska, Department of English, Uniwersytet
Warszawski
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University House: Great Woodhouse Room
TRANSFORMATION AND RENEWAL IN POST-ROMAN AND EARLY MEDIEVAL
SOCIETIES, IV: EARLY MEDIEVAL GOVERNANCE
Guido M. Berndt, Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Laury Sarti, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut,
Freie Universität Berlin and Roland Steinacher, Lehrstuhl für Alte
Geschichte, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Ralph Mathisen, Department of History, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign
Reflections of Roman Law in the Early Medieval leges (Language:
English)
Miriam Czock, Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften, Universität DuisburgEssen
Choosing Where to Contest Power in 9th- and 10th-Century
England and France: Did Rebels Think of Rome? (Language:
English)
Ryan Lavelle, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of
Winchester
Communications and Information as Tools of Ottonian
Governance (Language: English)
David Bachrach, Department of History, University of New Hampshire
Stefan Esders, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
1521
Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
BEYOND FEUDALISM: RETHINKING NORMATIVE ORDERS, I - POSSESSION,
HIERARCHY, HABITUS?: CREATING BONDS WITH ARMED MEN IN EARLY
MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Cluster of Excellence ‘Normative Orders’, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt
am Main
Daniel Föller, Cluster of Excellence ‘Normative Orders’, GoetheUniversität, Frankfurt am Main
Charles West, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Seniores and Homines: Warriors in the Carolingian Capitularies
(Language: English)
Christoph Haack, Seminar für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, EberhardKarls-Universität, Tübingen
An Invisible Bond?: Exploring the Habitus of Armed Men in the
Carolingian Period (Language: English)
Daniel Föller
Establishing Bonds: The Relevance of Tenure for Interpersonal
Relationships under Ottonian Rulership (Language: English)
Tobias Gruessing, Fachbereich Geschichtswissenschaft, Seminar für
Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
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Parkinson Building: Room B.10
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPE: LAW AND POLITICS,
V: TRANSYLVANIA IN THE 13TH CENTURY - ARCHEOLOGY, ARCHITECTURE,
AND DOCUMENTS
Research Group for Medievistics (Hungarian Academy of Science /
National Archives of Hungary / University of Szeged / Center for
Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca)
Éva B. Halász, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatócsoport, Budapest - Szeged
and Alexandru Simon, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Tudor Sălăgean, Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, Cluj-Napoca
‘Guarantee of Freedom’ for the Transylvanian Saxons and the
Exclusion of the Teutonic Knights from Barsa Land (Language:
English)
Maria Emilia Ţiplic, Institute of Social-Human Research, Sibiu /
Department of History, Patrimony and Protestant Theology,
Universitatea ‘Lucian Blaga’, Sibiu
Transylvania in 13th Century: Andreanum and the Constructions
of Fortifications (Language: English)
Ioan Marian Ţiplic, Department of History, Heritage & Protestant
Theology, Universitatea ‘Lucian Blaga’ of Sibiu
13th Century in Transylvania: Saxon Colonists and Their
Romanesque Churches (Language: English)
Cosmin Ioan Ignat, Department of History & Patrimony, ‘Lucian Blaga’
University of Sibiu
The Investigation of the Domestic Space at the End of Arpadian
Times on the Lower Mures Valley (Language: English)
Florin Mărginean, Department of History & Patrimony, Universitatea
‘Lucian Blaga’, Sibiu
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Baines Wing: Room G.41
SECULAR REFORM AND/AS REBELLION
IMC Programming Committee,
Paul R. Hyams, Department of History, Cornell University /
Independent Scholar, Oxford
Banishments, Reforms, and the Vicious Circle of Revolts: The
Case of 14th-Century Flanders (Language: English)
Milan Pajic, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Spatial Identity in Kett’s Rebellion, 1549 (Language: English)
Derek Michael Crosby, School of History & Anthropology, Queen’s
University Belfast
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University House: St George Room
THE EMPIRE OF THE PALAIOLOGOI: RUIN OR RENEWAL?, I - CULTURES IN
TRANSITION
Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art & Culture, Massachusetts
Christopher Hobbs, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University
of London and Brian McLaughlin, The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway,
University of London
Christopher Hobbs
Aristocratic Costumes in Funerary Portraits in Mystras:
Syncretic Cultural Trends in the Late Palaiologan Despotate of
Morea (Language: English)
Andrea Mattiello, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek
Studies, University of Birmingham
The Common Good?: Philanthropy, Piety, and Politics in the
Palaiologan Era (Language: English)
Brian McLaughlin
Preventing the Ruin: The Role of Palaiologan Empresses and
Noble Women (Language: English)
Petra Melichar, Institute of Slavonic Studies, Czech Academy of
Sciences, Praha
1525
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SOUTHERN ITALY IN CONTEXT (10TH-13TH CENTURIES), IV: URBAN
TRANSFORMATION BETWEEN ISLAM AND CHRISTIANITY
Richard Engl, Historisches Seminar, Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität,
Mainz
Joanna H. Drell, Department of History, University of Richmond,
Virginia
Urban Alienation?: Continuity and Transformation of Islamic
Palermo (Language: English)
Theresa Jäckh, Transkulturelle Studien, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität,
Heidelberg
Islamization without Conquest: Lucera as the Muslim Capital of
Christian Southern Italy (Language: English)
Richard Engl
Tertiveri in Northern Apulia: From a Bishop’s See to a Muslim
Knightly Residence (Language: English)
Lukas Clemens, Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Universität Trier
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN BURGUNDY, I: POLITICS AND MONASTERIES
Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée / Regesta Imperii, Justus-LiebigUniversität, Gießen
Andrea Hauff, Regesta Imperii, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Gießen,
Jessika Nowak, Historisches Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
Freiburg and Jens Schneider, Laboratoire ‘Analyse Comparée des
Pouvoirs’, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée
Jens Schneider
Alsace and Burgundy: Spatial Patterns in the Early Middle Ages,
c. 600–900 (Language: English)
Karl Weber, Independent Scholar, Aachen
Burgundy at the Time of Lothar I (Language: English)
Maria Schäpers, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Saint Ermenfroy, Cusance, and the Jurassian Monasteries: A
Window into Monastic Life in the Early Middle Ages (7th
Century)? (Language: English)
Anne Wagner, Centre de Recherche Universitaire Lorraine d’histoire
(CRUHL) / Département d’histoire, Université de Franche-Comté,
Besançon
1527
Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCE AND THE PROMOTION AND RECEPTION OF ART IN
THE LATE MIDDLE AGES AND EARLY MODERN ERA
Research Project ‘Art & Religious Reforms in Medieval Spain’
(HAR2012-38037), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Diana Olivares Martínez, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Diana Lucía Gómez-Chacón, Departamento de Historia del Arte I
(Medieval), Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Converso Patronage and the Renewal of Architectural Style in
15th-Century Castile (Language: English)
Nicola Jennings, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Between Assimilation and Expulsion: The Moriscos in Iberia and
Their Indoctrination - Problems with Images (Language: English)
Borja Franco Llopis, Departamento de Historia del Arte, Universitat de
Valencia
Is There a Possible Link between the Expressive Style of the
Late Gothic and the Reformation?: Considerations on the Former
High Altarpiece of Zwettl (Lower Austria) (Language: English)
Dorothée Antos, Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Friedrich-AlexanderUniversität Erlangen-Nürnberg
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
CONSTRUCTING THE CRUSADES: REPRESENTATION, REINTERPRETATION, AND
MEMORY, III - DISCOURSES OF POWER
Centre for the Study of Islam & the West, Queen Mary, University of
London / Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham / Society for the Study of the Crusades & the Latin East
Beth Spacey, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
and Stephen Spencer, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
Tom Asbridge, School of History, Queen Mary, University of London
Ecclesia or Regnum?: The Papacy and the Political Status of the
Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099-1128 (Language: English)
Simon A. John, Balliol College, University of Oxford
Fulk and Melisende: Constructing the Memory of a Crusader
King and Queen (Language: English)
Danielle Park, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
The Chronicon of William of Tyre as a Source for the Principality
of Antioch, c. 1130-1184 (Language: English)
Andrew David Buck, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
1529
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN 12TH-CENTURY ENGLISH VERNACULAR TEXTS
M. Jane Toswell, Department of English, University of Western Ontario
Joyce Hill, School of English, University of Leeds
Alliterative Verse in the 12th Century: A New Metre or a New
State of Mind? (Language: English)
Elizabeth Solopova, Faculty of English Language & Literature, University
of Oxford
The English Psalms in the 12th Century (Language: English)
M. Jane Toswell
1530
University House: Beechgrove Room
THE RECEPTION OF MEDIEVAL CHARACTERS AND THEMES IN MODERN AND
EARLY MODERN DRAMA
IMC Programming Committee,
Martin Butler, School of English, University of Leeds
‘When I behold the heavens’: Confronting Philologus and
Faustus, the Overreachers (Language: English)
Giorgia de Santis, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università degli
Studi di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’
Imagining Ethnicity and Cultural Identity in the Tragedy of
Sophonisba and The Spanish Gypsie (Language: English)
I-Chun Wang, Center for Languages & Culture, Kaohsiung Medical
University, Taiwan
Tropical Knights: Chivalry and Masculinity in Malory and Hawaii
Five-0 (Language: English)
Kristina Hildebrand, School of Education, Humanities & Social Sciences,
Högskolan i Halmstad
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
THE REFORMATIVE POWER OF RELIGIOUS LITERATURE, I
University of Hull / University of Nottingham
Rob Lutton, Department of History, University of Nottingham and
Elisabeth Salter, Department of English & Creative Writing, University
of Hull
Elisabeth Salter
The Passion in Print: Passion Harmonies from Medieval
Tradition to Lutheran Adaptation (Language: English)
Suzan Folkerts, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
The Holy Name in Late Medieval England: Reformist Religious
Reading (Language: English)
Rob Lutton
Ideal Faith: Religious Reading and Reformation of the Self
(Language: English)
Sarah McKeon, Department of English & Creative Writing, University of
Hull
1532
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
TRADITION AND RENEWAL IN BOOK PRODUCTION AND TEXT TRANSMISSION,
I
IMC Programming Committee,
Tjamke Snijders, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
The Material is Good and New: Continuity and Change in the
Medieval Manuscripts of the Roman de la Rose (Language:
English)
Jennifer Elizabeth Lyle Owen, Department of History of Art, University
of Edinburgh
The Middle English Versions of De remediis contra
temptaciones: Audience, Transmission, Influence (Language:
English)
Jessica Lamothe, Department of English & Related Literature,
University of York
The Vernacular Lives of the Egyptian Hermit Onuphrius in Late
Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Manu Radhakrishnan, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
THURSDAY 09 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Parkinson Building: Room B.09
VISIONS OF COMMUNITY, I: SOCIO-CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN MEDIEVAL
SOUTH ARABIA
Sonderforschungsbereich 42 ‘Visions of Community’, Universität Wien /
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Daniel Mahoney, Institut für Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie,
Universität Wien / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Walter Pohl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
Slaves, Soldiers, and Sovereigns: Africans in Medieval South
Arabia (Language: English)
Magdalena Kloss, Institut für Sozialanthropologie, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
al-Abnā’ and al-Furs: Persians in al-Hamdānī’s South Arabia
(Language: English)
Odile Kommer, Institut für Sozialanthropologie, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
From State Soldiers to Rebel Tribes: Kurds in Late Medieval
South Arabia (Language: English)
Daniel Mahoney
1534
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
SHARING THE HOLY LAND: PERCEPTIONS OF SHARED SACRED SPACE IN THE
MEDIEVAL EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, III - MUSLIM SACRED SPACE
Centre for the History of Arabic Studies in Europe, Warburg Institute,
University of London
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Jo van Steenbergen, Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies /
Department of Languages & Cultures: The Near East & the Islamic
World, Universiteit Gent
Contesting the Sacred by Celebrating Muslim Presence:
Reactions to Muslim Pilgrims and Celebrants by Eastern
Christian Communities and Western Christian and Jewish
Pilgrims, c. 1100-1600 (Language: English)
Alexandra F. C. Cuffel, Centrum für Religionswissenschaftliche Studien,
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Towards a Salvational Geography: The Role of ‘Umar in Shared
Sacred Spaces in the Levant (Language: English)
Georg Leube, Centrum für Nah- und Mittelost-Studien, PhilippsUniversität Marburg
Hugh Kennedy, Department of the Languages & Cultures of the Near &
Middle East, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
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Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
CEMETERIES AND FUNERAL PRACTICES OF THE MEDIEVAL JEWISH
COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE
Institut National de Recherches Archéologiques Préventives
Philippe Blanchard, Institut National de Recherches Archéologiques
Préventives, Archaeological Centre, Tours
Max Polonovski, Direction du Patrimoine, Ministère de la Culture, Paris
Comparison of Cemeteries and Burial Practices of the Medieval
Jewish Communities in Europe according to Archaeological,
Textual, and Iconographic Data (Language: English)
Philippe Blanchard
Funeral Practices in Les Roquêtes, the Jewish Medieval
Cemetery in Tàrrega (Language: English)
Anna Colet, Museu Comarcal de l’Urgell-Tàrrega
Monjuich: The Jewish Necropolis of Barcelona, 9th-14th Centuries
(Language: English)
Xavier Maese Fidalgo, Servei d’Arqueologia de Barcelona (ICUB)
1536
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
MYSTICISM AND BIBLICAL EXEGESIS, I
Rob Faesen, Institute for the Study of Spirituality, KU Leuven
Louise Nelstrop, Kellogg College, University of Oxford / Sarum College,
Salisbury
‘Made in the Image and Likeness of God’ (Gen 1: 26): Late
Medieval Mystical Anthropology (Language: English)
John Arblaster, Institute for the Study of Spirituality, KU Leuven
Meister Eckhart’s Commentaries on Genesis (Language: English)
Andrés Quero-Sánchez, Max-Weber-Kolleg für kultur- und
sozialwissenschaftliche Studien, Universität Erfurt
Mystical Anthropology and the Exegesis of Exodus 24-31 in John
of Ruusbroec’s Spiritual Tabernacle (Language: English)
Rob Faesen
1537
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
USING AND ABUSING RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
The Journal of Medieval Monastic Studies
Karen Stöber, Departament d’Història, Universitat de Lleida
Janet Burton, School of Archaeology, History & Anthropology,
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
The Power of Religious Order Bishops in Medieval Ireland
(Language: English)
Edel M. Bhreathnach, Discovery Programme, Dublin
‘New wine in old wineskins’: The Parochial Use of Suppressed
Religious Houses, 1540-1740 (Language: English)
Rachel L. Moss, Department of the History of Art & Architecture, Trinity
College Dublin
Battle Abbey Gatehouse: Monastic Identity in the Late Middle
Ages (Language: English)
Michael Carter, English Heritage, London
THURSDAY 09 JULY 2015: 09.00-10.30
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
14TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, I: KINGSHIP - SERVICE AND REPUTATION
Society for 14th-Century Studies
Gwilym Dodd, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Gwilym Dodd
Edward II and the Historians (Language: English)
Chris Given-Wilson, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies,
University of St Andrews
Edward III: Perfect King and Perfect Father (Language: English)
Nicole Harding, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Royal Mercy for Military Service: The Use of Pardon in the Reign
of Edward III (Language: English)
Nicholas Adam Gribit, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of
Leeds
1539
University House: De Grey Room
THE KING’S JUDGES AND THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES, 1450-1521
Project ‘JUSCOM: Meet the Judge (Justice & Communities in a
Transitional Period: 1481-1580 (PTDC/EPH-HIS/4323/2012))’
Adelaide Millán da Costa, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de
Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Adelaide Millán da Costa
A Learned Body?: Peripheral Royal Officers and the University Portugal, 15th Century (Language: English)
Mário Farelo, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Universidade Nova de
Lisboa / Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa, Universidade Católica
Portuguesa
A Dictionary of Portuguese Justices’ Officers in the Late Middle
Ages: An Overview (Language: English)
Filipa Roldão, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de Ciências
Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Fundação para a
Ciência & Tecnologia, Lisboa
Where to Judge?: The Geographical Distribution of Royal
Judicial Officers in Medieval Portugal, 1481-1521 (Language:
English)
Nuno Rodrigues, Faculdade de Letras, Universidade do Porto
1540
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
RUNIC REFORM: MANUSCRIPTS AND EPIGRAPHY, I
Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, University of Nottingham
Aya van Renterghem, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age / School
of English, University of Nottingham
Judith Jesch, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, University of
Nottingham
‘All were scraped off, that were carved on’: Rescripting the Past
in the Poetic Edda (Language: English)
Thomas Birkett, School of English, University College Cork
Charms, Runes, and Solomon and Saturn I (Language: English)
Victoria Symons, Department of English, University College London
Runes and Other Rarities: Relating Runes to Other Alphabets
(Language: English)
Aya van Renterghem
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CARTULARIES, BETWEEN WEAPONS AND TOOLS: A REASSESSMENT, I
Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve / Centre de
recherche pratiques médiévales de l’écrit (PraME), Université de Namur
Paul Bertrand, Faculté de Philosophie, Arts et Lettres, Université
Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
Paul Bertrand
Cartularies between Weapons and Tools: The Mutations of a
Genre (Language: English)
Paul Bertrand
Circumstances and Motives for Preparation of Cartularies at the
End of the Middle Ages: Some Examples Issued from the
Diocese of Liège (Language: English)
Nathalie Verpeaux, Centre de recherche pratiques médiévales de l’écrit
(PraME), Université de Namur
1542
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
SLAVE TRADE, SILVER, AND SOCIETY, C. 800 - C. 1100, I
Arts & Humanities Research Council Project ‘Dirhams for Slaves’
Jonathan Shepard, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
Luke Treadwell, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Viking Slavery (Language: English)
Stefan Brink, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of Aberdeen
Dirhams for Slaves: Flows of Silver and of Slaves between
Northern Europe and the World of Islam, 800-1000 (Language:
English)
Marek Jankowiak, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Drivers for Long-Haul Slave-Trading: Generalities and a Case
Study (Language: English)
Jonathan Shepard
Islamic Coins in Russian Viking Age Hoards (Language: English)
Vyacheslav Kuleshov, Numismatic Department, Hermitage Museum, St
Petersburg
1543
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
PERFORMATIVE ASPECTS OF THE NORSE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE
Viking Society for Northern Research
Alison Finlay, Department of English & Humanities, Birkbeck, University
of London
Paul Gazzoli, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University of
Cambridge
Levels of Cult Practice: Theoretical Approaches to
Public/Private Religious Ritual in the Late Iron Age (Language:
English)
Luke John Murphy, Institut for Kultur og Samfund, Aarhus Universitet
At the Assembly: A Study of Ritual Space (Language: English)
Alexandra Sanmark, Centre for Nordic Studies, University of the
Highlands & Islands, Shetland
A Viking Age Funeralscape on the Isle of Eigg: The Practicalities
of Performance (Language: English)
Shane McLeod, School of Arts & Humanities, University of Stirling
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
MIDDLE ENGLISH LYRICS, I: FORM, FOCUS, FUNCTION
Christiania Whitehead, Department of English & Comparative Literary
Studies, University of Warwick
Christiania Whitehead
Lydgate’s ‘Thoroughfare of Woe’, and Lyric as Epitome
(Language: English)
Julia Boffey, School of English & Drama, Queen Mary, University of
London
Middle English Lyrics: Editorial Obligation and Practice
(Language: English)
Thomas G. Duncan, School of English, University of St Andrews
Richard Rolle’s Lyrics: Spiritual Scripts and the Lyric Subject
(Language: English)
Katherine Zieman, Faculty of English, University of Oxford
1545
Baines Wing: Room G.36
READING ARCHITECTURE: SYMBOLIC AND IMAGINED SPACES IN THE WORKS
OF ANGLO-SAXON AUTHORS
Hannah McKendrick Bailey, Balliol College, University of Oxford
Britton Elliott Brooks, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
Hellish Architecture and the Architecture of Hell in Anglo-Saxon
England (Language: English)
Daniel Thomas, Wadham College, University of Oxford
Alcuin’s Propositiones and the St. Gall Plan: An Architectural
Riddle (Language: English)
Karl Kinsella, Faculty of History, University of Oxford
Architecture as Authoritative Reader in Old English Poetry
(Language: English)
Hannah McKendrick Bailey
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RIDDLING IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND AND BEYOND, II: ECO-CRITICISM
AND ANIMAL STUDIES
The Riddle Ages: An Anglo-Saxon Riddle Blog
Megan Cavell, Department of English, Durham University and Jennifer
Neville, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London
Jennifer Neville
‘Be sonde, sæwealle neah’: Place as Descriptor in the Exeter
Book Riddles (Language: English)
Corinne Dale, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of
London
A Poetics of Empathy?: Human-Animal Relationships in AngloSaxon Riddles (Language: English)
Megan Cavell
Monstrous Healing: Aldhelm’s Leech Riddle and the Nature of
Appearance (Language: English)
Peter Buchanan, Department of English & Philosophy, New Mexico
Highlands University
1602
Baines Wing: Room 1.16
ILLUMINATED CHARTERS, II
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Andreas Zajic, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Georg Vogeler, Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung in den
Geisteswissenschaften, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Pre-Eyckian Realism in a Medieval Charter: Chances and
Challenges of an Art Historical Approach towards Illuminated
Charters (Language: English)
Gabriele Bartz, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
A Revolution of Media in the 14th Century?: Illuminated Charters
Issued by the Chancery of Louis the Bavarian and Collective
Indulgences from the Roman Curia in Comparison (Language:
English)
Markus Gneiß, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
Tools for Collaborative Work with Illuminated Charters
(Language: English)
Martina Bürgermeister, Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung in den
Geisteswissenschaften, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
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Parkinson Building: Room B.22
AMBIGUOUS WOMEN IN MEDIEVAL ART, II
Medieval & Renaissance Research Group, University of Louisville,
Kentucky
Mónica Ann Walker Vadillo, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville,
Kentucky
Mónica Ann Walker Vadillo
Between Mary and Christ: Depicting Cross-Dressed Saints in the
High Middle Ages, 1200-1600 (Language: English)
Andrea-Bianka Znorovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central
European University, Budapest
‘This is a Man’s World’: The Marginalisation of Women in a 12thCentury Pictorial Miracle Cycle (Language: English)
Andrew Gourlay, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Images of the Woman of Revelation 12: Spiritual and Secular
Maternity (Language: English)
Emma Bridget O’Loughlin Bérat, Department of English & Comparative
Literature, Columbia University, New York
1604
Baines Wing: Room G.42
RUSTAVELI: A 12TH-CENTURY GEORGIAN POET AND THINKER
Bert Beynen, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Temple University,
Philadelphia
Donald Rayfield, Department of Russian, Queen Mary University,
London
Shota Rustaveli’s Philosophy of Friendship: Aristotelian or
Georgian? (Language: English)
Bert Beynen
Reinterpretation and Renewal of the Concept of Love from the
Middle Ages to the Renaissance (Language: English)
Elguja Khintibidze, Institute of the History of Georgian Literature, Ivane
Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
The Meaning of Vepx-i in Shota Rustaveli’s The Man in the
Panther’s Skin (Language: English)
Luigi Magarotto, Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati,
Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia
1605
Emmanuel Centre: Room 11
LANDSCAPES/SEASCAPES, II: REGIONAL LANDSCAPES
School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church University
Leonie V. Hicks, Department of History & American Studies, Canterbury
Christ Church University
Katherine Weikert, Department of Archaeology / Department of
History, University of Winchester
Domesday Population Densities in the Cambridgeshire Fenland
(Language: English)
Susan Oosthuizen, Institute of Continuing Education, University of
Cambridge
The Landscape of Manors in Norman England: The Early 12thCentury Surveys (Language: English)
Eljas Oksanen, Department of Portable Antiquities & Treasure, British
Museum, London
The Landscape of a Medieval Power: The Aquinas (Language:
English)
Sabrina Pietrobono, Independent Scholar, Newcastle
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SOCIAL COHESION, IV: METHODS TO RECONSTRUCT MIGRATION - HISTORY,
ARCHAEOLOGY, AND GENETICS
European Research Council Project ‘Social Cohesion, Identity & Religion
in Europe (SCIRE)’
Clemens Gantner, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien and Celine Wawruschka, Institut
für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften,
Wien
Walter Pohl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
Magic Bullet or Blank?: What Genetics Can Tell Us About the
Past (Language: English)
Mark Jobling, Department of Genetics, University of Leicester
Archaeological and Genetic Evidence for the Anglo-Saxon
Migration (Language: English)
Francesca Conselvan, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
The Beginning of a Wonderful Friendship: German and British
Perspectives on Anglo-Saxon Ethnogenesis (Language: English)
Celine Wawruschka
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
THE ANGLO-WELSH FRONTIER IN THE MIDDLE AGES, II
Liverpool Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University of
Liverpool / Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of
Manchester / Department of History & Archaeology, University of
Chester
Marios Costambeys, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Charles Insley, John Rylands Research Institute, University of
Manchester
Welsh Princes and English Wives: Emma d’Audley and the Clash
of Laws in 13th-Century Northern Powys (Language: English)
Emma Cavell, School of History, University of Leeds
Orbits of Power and Mental Geographies: North-East Wales and
the Anglo-Welsh Frontier in the 12th and 13th Centuries
(Language: English)
Euryn Rhys Roberts, School of History, Welsh History & Archaeology,
Bangor University
The Genetic Legacy of Medieval Kinship and Inheritance Laws:
The Case of the Welsh Borderlands (Language: English)
Andrew Grierson, Department of Neuroscience, University of Sheffield
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THE TOURNAMENT AS SPECTACLE, II: EQUIPMENT AND ICONOGRAPHY
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Karen Watts, Royal Armouries, Leeds / Institute for Medieval Studies,
University of Leeds
‘Alle myn harneys for the justes’: Jousting Equipment in the 14th
and 15th Centuries (Language: English)
Ralph Moffat, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow Museums
The Tournament Saddle (Language: English)
Marina Viallon, Independent Scholar, Saint Mandé
Tournaments, Battles, and the War against the Turk: Gonzaga
Armour in Medieval and Early Renaissance Portraiture
(Language: English)
Paolo Bertelli, Dipartimento ‘Tempo Spazio Immagine Società’ (TeSIS),
Università degli Studi di Verona
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Baines Wing: Room G.37
CANON LAW, VI: THE INTERSECTION OF LAW AND DAILY LIFE
Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC) / EPISCOPUS: Society for
the Study of Bishops & Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages
Melodie H. Eichbauer, College of Arts & Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast
University and Danica Summerlin, Department of History, University
College London
Danica Summerlin
‘Quam sit necessarium’: Papal Exemption and the Privilege(d)
Tradition (Language: English)
Kriston Rennie, School of Historical & Philosophical Inquiry, University
of Queensland
Monastic Culture and Canon Law in the 11th and 12th Centuries
(Language: English)
Christof Rolker, Rechtswissenschaftliches Institut, Universität Zürich
The Bishop and Estate Management in Gratian’s Decretum:
Textual Tradition within an Historical Context (Language: English)
Melodie H. Eichbauer
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GRUNDMANN’S LEGACY, VI: NUNS, BEGUINES, AND CLERICS INTERACTIONS AND VERNACULAR CULTURE
Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris and Anne E. Lester, Department of History,
University of Colorado, Boulder
Lezlie Knox, Department of History, Marquette University, Wisconsin
Reassessing the Links between The Women’s Religious
Movement and the Origins of [French] Vernacular Religious
Literature (Language: English)
Sean L. Field, Department of History, University of Vermont
‘No one is a good preacher unless he supports the beguinage’:
Secular Clerics, Reform, and the Beguinage of Paris (Language:
English)
Tanya Stabler Miller, College of Liberal Arts, Purdue University
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THE LONG ARM OF THE LAW?: THE ROLE OF CHURCH AND STATE IN LAW
ENFORCEMENT IN 12TH- AND 13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND
IMC Programming Committee,
Christine E. Meek, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin
Archdeacons of Somerset in the Employ of King John (Language:
English)
Robin Sutherland-Harris, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Toronto
The King’s Coroner (Language: English)
Paulette Barton, Department of Modern Languages & Classics,
University of Maine, Orono
Becket’s Flight from Northampton (1164): The Rôle of the
Gilbertines (Language: English)
Anne J. Duggan, Department of History, King’s College London
1612
Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
DEMONS IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES, I
Eoghan Ahern, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
Helen Foxhall Forbes, Department of History, Durham University
Demonic Bodies and the Medieval Cosmos (Language: English)
Eoghan Ahern
The Demons in Felix’s Life of Guthlac (Language: English)
Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Demons and Pastors: Knowing and Communicating the Divine in
Pope Gregory I’s Pastoral Thought (Language: English)
Charlotte Kingston, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
1613
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
SHIFTING DEFINITIONS OF MEDIEVAL EPISTOLARITY IN THEORY AND
PRACTICE, II: THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE ARS DICTAMINIS
Prato Consortium for Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Laura Carlson, Department of History, Queen’s University, Ontario
Diana Marie Jeske, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Monash
University, Victoria
The Postulate of Thematic Unity and the Curious Case of Arnulf
of Lisieux’s Letter ‘Quam utilis apud principes’ (Language:
English)
Isabel Blumenroth, Historisches Institut, Rheinisch-Westfälische
Technische Hochschule Aachen
Epistolary In-Groups: Textual Communities and Administrative
Correspondence in 13th-Century England (Language: English)
Kathleen Neal, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Monash
University, Victoria
Together but Apart: Approaching Separation in High Medieval
Letters of Intimacy (Language: English)
Diana Marie Jeske
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Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
MISSIONARIES AND PAGANS IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES: SESSIONS IN
HONOUR OF IAN N. WOOD, VI
Tim Barnwell, School of History, University of Leeds, Richard Broome,
School of History, University of Leeds and N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute
for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Marco Mostert, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht
‘I am the one who knows’: Pride and Prejudice in the
Christianisation of Pannonian and Moravian Slavs in the 9th
Century (Language: English)
Anna Kuznetsova, Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of
Sciences, Moscow
Willibrord: A Missionary Life (Language: English)
Rob Meens, Departement Geschiedenis en Kunstgeschiedenis,
Universiteit Utrecht
Touch Wood: The Missionary Life in Bavaria (Language: English)
Maximilian Diesenberger, Institut für Mittelalterforschung,
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Niels Lund, Department of History, SAXO-Institute, Københavns
Universitet
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REFORMIST DISCOURSES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ‘GREGORIAN’ REFORMS,
II
IMC Programming Committee,
Maureen C. Miller, Department of History, University of California,
Berkeley
The Papal Legate as Agent of Renewal: The Problem of the
‘liturgical turn’ in the Hispanic Kingdoms during the 11th
Century (Language: English)
Ludwig Vones, Historisches Seminar, Universität Köln
Profane Images in an Illustrated ‘Moralia in Iob’ from the
Gregorian Reform: Bamberg Staatsbibliothek, MS Bibl. 41
(Language: English)
Charles S. Buchanan, School of Interdisciplinary Arts, Ohio University
Druidic Apocalypse, Political Dynamics, and Gregorian Reform in
11th-Century Ireland (Language: English)
Aideen O’Leary, School of Language & Literature - Celtic & Anglo-Saxon
Studies, University of Aberdeen
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CARTULARIES AND REFORM: MONASTIC RESPONSES TO EPISCOPAL THREATS
IN HIGH MEDIEVAL IBERIA
David Peterson, Departamento de Historia Medieval, Moderna y de
América, Universidad del País Vasco
Francesca Tinti, Departamento de Historia Medieval, Moderna y de
América, Universidad del País Vasco
Turning the Bishop away but Letting the King in: The Livro de
Mumadona of Guimarães in the Changing Scenario of the 1070s
(Language: English)
André Evangelista Marques, Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade
de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Monastic Privileges against Episcopal Rights: Conflict and
Defence Strategies in the Cartularies of the Monastery of
Sahagún, 11th-13th Centuries (Language: English)
Leticia Agúndez San Miguel, Department of Medieval, Modern &
American History, University of the Basque Country
From Abbot-Bishops to Abbots against Bishops: San Millán and
Calahorra, 1050-1200 - The Story of a Messy Ecclesiastical
Divorce (Language: English)
David Peterson
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University House: Little Woodhouse Room
BOHEMIAN REFORMATION & RELIGIOUS PRACTICE, II
Bohemian Reformation & Religious Practice Symposium
Reid Smeal Weber, Department of Economics, History, & Political
Science, University of Florida
Thomas A. Fudge, School of Humanities, University of New England,
New South Wales
Nicolai of Dinkelsbühl and the Role of the Eucharist in Bohemian
Utraquism (Language: English)
Ole Fredrik Kullerud, Independent Scholar, Halden
Reforming the Reformers: Petr Chelčický’s Critique of 15thCentury Religious Practices (Language: English)
Jan Volek, Department of History, University of Minnesota
In the Shadow of Reform: Johlin z Vodnan’s Homiletic Critique
of Hus (Language: English)
Reid Smeal Weber
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NEW TEXTS AND GENRES IN EUROPEAN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE, II
Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien (IZMS), Universität
Salzburg
Siegrid Schmidt, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien
(IZMS), Universität Salzburg
Siegrid Schmidt
Arithmetic Books: A New Genre for an Evolving Science
(Language: English)
Michaela Wiesinger, Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg
The Form of the Excluded: ‘Märendichtung’ as a Deviant
Complementary Genre (Language: English)
Silvan Wagner, Ältere Deutsche Philologie, Universität Bayreuth
Cookbooks and Cooking Terms: A New Genre in Early Modern
Time? (Language: English)
Katharina Zeppezauer-Wachauer, Mittelhochdeutsche
Begriffsdatenbank, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Mittelalterstudien
(IZMS), Universität Salzburg
1619
Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
BACK TO THE FUTURE?: ‘RENAISSANCE’ AND ‘REFORM’ AS CONCEPTS OF
CULTURAL CHANGE BETWEEN THE MIDDLE AGES AND MODERNITY
Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Uta Kleine, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Anja B. Rathmann-Lutz, Departement Geschichte, Universität Basel
Reformatio, Transformatio, Metamorphosis: Expressing Physical
and Spiritual Change by Means of Magic, Divine Intervention,
and Orthodox Behaviour from the 1st-5th Century (Language:
English)
Christian Urs Wohlthat, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Between Burckhardt and Charlemagne: Concepts of Reform and
Renaissance in Medieval History and Modern Historiography
(Language: English)
Uta Kleine
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BEYOND FEUDALISM: RETHINKING NORMATIVE ORDERS, II - PROPERTY,
TENURE, AND THE LEGAL REVOLUTION IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Cluster of Excellence ‘Normative Orders’, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt
am Main
Daniel Föller, Cluster of Excellence ‘Normative Orders’, GoetheUniversität, Frankfurt am Main
Steffen Patzold, Fachbereich Geschichtswissenschaft, Seminar für
mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
A New Feudal Law?: Traces of the Legal Revolution in Royal
Charters of the Empire in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Jürgen Dendorfer, Lehrstuhl für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, AlbertLudwigs-Universität Freiburg
Fiefs and Fief-Holders in 12th/13th-Century Bamberg: The
Influence of the Legal Revolution on Concepts of Property
(Language: English)
Sebastian Kalla, Lehrstuhl für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, AlbertLudwigs-Universität Freiburg
The Consuetudines feudorum as a Source for the ‘Formation of
Feudalism’, c. 1150-1250 (Language: English)
Rüdiger Lorenz, Lehrstuhl für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, AlbertLudwigs-Universität Freiburg
Customary Law and Private Feudal Registers North of the Alps:
Norm and Practice in the 14th Century (Language: English)
Marco Veronesi, Seminar für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, EberhardKarls-Universität, Tübingen
1622
Parkinson Building: Room B.10
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPE: LAW AND POLITICS,
VI - TRANSYLVANIA AND THE BANATE IN THE MIDDLE AGES: ARCHAEOLOGY,
LAWS, AND INTERPRETATIONS
Research Group for Medievistics (Hungarian Academy of Science /
National Archives of Hungary / University of Szeged / Center for
Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca)
Éva B. Halász, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatócsoport, Budapest - Szeged
and Alexandru Simon, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Ioan Marian Ţiplic, Department of History, Heritage & Protestant
Theology, Universitatea ‘Lucian Blaga’ of Sibiu
‘New Dawn Fades’: Observations Regarding the Early Migration
Period in Transylvania (Language: English)
Vlad Andrei Lăzărescu, Institute of Archaeology & the History of Art,
Romanian Academy, Cluj-Napoca
Universitas Valachorum: Privilege and Community in Medieval
Banat (Language: English)
Adrian Magina, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy
of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Stages of Urban Authonomy in the Transylvanian Border Area
(Language: English)
Livia Magina, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian Academy of
Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
From Necropolis to Fortification: The Late Medieval Walls of Cluj
and Their Roman Grounds (Language: English)
Cosmin Onofrei, Institute of Archaeology & the History of Art,
Romanian Academy, Cluj-Napoca
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Baines Wing: Room G.41
CHANGE AND RENEWAL IN NON-MUSLIM COMMUNAL OUTLOOKS IN THE
CLASSICAL ISLAMIC PERIOD, I
Uriel Simonsohn, Department of Middle Eastern History, University of
Haifa
Philip Wood, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, Aga Khan
University
Who is Not a Jew in the Early Islamic Period (Language: English)
Uriel Simonsohn
To What Extent was Social Change in Rural Christian
Communities the Result of Central Reforms? (Language: English)
Arietta S. Papaconstantinou, Department of Classics, University of
Reading
The Evolution of Judicial Procedures in Syriac: Canon Law after
the Muslim Conquest (Language: English)
Mathieu Tillier, Département d’histoire, Université Paris-Sorbonne Paris IV
1624
University House: St George Room
THE EMPIRE OF THE PALAIOLOGOI: RUIN OR RENEWAL?, II - CHURCH AND
SOCIETY
The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London
Christopher Hobbs, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University
of London and Brian McLaughlin, The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway,
University of London
Andrea Mattiello, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek
Studies, University of Birmingham
Andronikos II Palaiologos and the Orthodox Church: A Time of
Flourishing or the Beginning of the End? (Language: English)
Maria Alessia Rossi, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
The Palaiologan Renaissance: Iconography 1261-1453
(Language: English)
Anna Manga, Independent Scholar, Athens
The Greek Communities in Italy between Florence and Trent:
The Case of Ancona (Language: English)
Niccolò Fattori, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of
London
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SOUTHERN ITALY IN CONTEXT (10TH-13TH CENTURIES), V: NETWORKS AND
CHARTERS
Isabella Bolognese, School of Languages, Cultures & Societies - Italian,
University of Leeds
Markus Krumm, Historisches Seminar, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität
München
Counts and Counties in the Norman Mezzogiorno: The
Arrangement of the Nobility under the Hauteville Monarchy
(Language: English)
Hervin Fernández-Aceves, School of History, University of Leeds
Charters of Counts in the Kingdom of Sicily during the Reign of
Manfred (1250-1266) (Language: English)
Marie Schmidt, Historisches Seminar, Universität Leipzig
How to Rule the North from a Distance: Frederick II’s Charters
for German Recipients Issued from the Kingdom of Sicily and
Northern Italy 1220–1230 (Language: English)
Christian Friedl, Kommission für die Herausgabe der Urkunden Kaiser
Friedrichs II, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften
1626
Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN BURGUNDY, II: CAROLINGIAN TRADITIONS AND
RENEWALS, 870-1032
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Andrea Hauff, Regesta Imperii, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Gießen,
Jessika Nowak, Historisches Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
Freiburg and Jens Schneider, Laboratoire ‘Analyse Comparée des
Pouvoirs’, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée
Miriam Czock, Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften, Universität DuisburgEssen
What’s In, What’s Not?: Monasteries in 9th-Century Burgundy,
according to the Meersen Treaty of 870 (Language: English)
Jens Schneider
Carolingian Traditions and New Beginnings in the Kingdom of
Upper Burgundy from a Religious Perspective (Language: English)
Andrea Hauff
The Symbolic Language of the Burgundian Kings: Traditions and
Renewals (Language: English)
Jessika Nowak
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IN SEARCH OF IDEAL ‘BEGINNING’ IN ART
Institute of History of Art & Culture, Pontifical University of John Paul
II, Kraków
Dariusz Tabor, Institute of History of Art & Culture, Pontifical University
of John Paul II, Kraków
Dariusz Tabor
Medieval Cracow: Renewing the Time of the ‘Beginning’
(Language: English)
Tomasz Węcławowicz, Faculty of Architecture & Fine Arts, Andrzej Frycz
Modrzewski Kraków University
Medieval Renewal: Medievalism in 20th-Century Art (Language:
English)
Justyna Kuska, Institute of Art, Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw
Gothic Architecture’s Renewal in Lesser Poland, c. 1600: The
Case Study of Łazany Parish Church (Language: English)
Artur Karpacz, Instytut Historii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
1628
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
CONSTRUCTING THE CRUSADES: REPRESENTATION, REINTERPRETATION, AND
MEMORY, IV - MEMORY
Centre for the Study of Islam & the West, Queen Mary, University of
London / Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham / Society for the Study of the Crusades & the Latin East
Beth Spacey, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
and Stephen Spencer, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
William Purkis, Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham
The Influence of Memory on Early 13th-Century Crusade
Recruitment Patterns (Language: English)
Frances Durkin, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
The First Crozadas?: The Impact of the Cross on Crusade
Terminology in Occitania and Northern Spain in the Early 13th
Century (Language: English)
James Henry Kane, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Germany’s First Crusade Remembered in the Northern
Renaissance (Language: English)
Susan B. Edgington, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
1629
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
REFORM AND ÆTHELWOLD OF WINCHESTER
Julia Steuart Barrow, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Sarah Foot, Faculty of Theology & Religion, University of Oxford
Æthelwold’s Influence: His Students and the Episcopal Elite
(Language: English)
Alison Hudson, Département d’Histoire, Arts et Archéologie, Université
Libre de Bruxelles
Æthelwold of Winchester and the Ideology of Ecclesiastical
Property in the Benedictine Reforms (Language: English)
Catherine Cubitt, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Æthelwold in the 12th Century: His Cult and Legacy (Language:
English)
Rebecca Browett, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
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University House: Beechgrove Room
RETHINKING THE MEDIEVAL FRONTIER, I: BEYOND THE RECONQUISTA
Jonathan Jarrett, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of
Birmingham
Naomi Standen, Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham
A Kingdom with No Frontier: On the Political Identity of the
Astur-Leonese Monarchy, 9th-11th Centuries (Language: English)
Álvaro Carvajal Castro, School of Archaeology, University College
Dublin
De Administrandis Marcis: The 10th-Century Frontier with Islam
- Seen from Barcelona and Byzantium (Language: English)
Jonathan Jarrett
Place, Fringe, Society, or Process?: Rulers and Ruled at the
Iberian Frontier through the Evidence of the Fueros and Cartas
de Población, c. 1050 - c. 1150 (Language: English)
Rodrigo García-Velasco Bernal, Woolf Institute / Faculty of History,
University of Cambridge
1631
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
THE REFORMATIVE POWER OF RELIGIOUS LITERATURE, II
University of Hull
Rob Lutton, Department of History, University of Nottingham and
Elisabeth Salter, Department of English & Creative Writing, University
of Hull
Rob Lutton
‘Spiritual Regimen’: The Reformative Power of the Humours in
the 14th- and 15th-Century Middle English Spiritual Guidance
Texts (Language: English)
Rebecca Maryan, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Sweet Wine and Anointing Oil: Vocabularies and Hierarchies of
Healing in the Croxton ‘Play of the Sacrament’ (Language:
English)
Mike Leahy, Department of English & Humanities, Birkbeck, University
of London
The Poetics of Religious Reading: Examples from the Prick of
Conscience and Other Late Medieval Texts of Instruction
(Language: English)
Elisabeth Salter
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Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
TRADITION AND RENEWAL IN BOOK PRODUCTION AND TEXT TRANSMISSION,
II
IMC Programming Committee,
Diane J. Reilly, Hope School of Fine Art, Indiana University,
Bloomington
When Is a Copy Not a Copy: Re-Viewing the Early Medieval
Gospel Book (Language: English)
Beth Fischer, Department of Art, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Where Have All the Books Gone?: Renewal and Dispersion of
Liturgical Books (Language: English)
Laura Albiero, Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris
(LAMOP - UMR 8589), Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Secundum ordinem?: Office Lectionaries from Medieval Norway
(Language: English)
Astrid Maria Katharina Marner, Department of Linguistic, Literary &
Aesthetic Studies, Universitetet i Bergen
1633
Parkinson Building: Room B.09
VISIONS OF COMMUNITY, II: A FORCE OF HABIT? - GENDER AND
MONASTICISM IN THE CAROLINGIAN ERA
Sonderforschungsbereich 42 ‘Visions of Community’, Universität Wien /
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Network for the
Study of Late Antique & Early Medieval Monasticism
Albrecht Diem, Department of History, Syracuse University, New York
Julia M. H. Smith, School of Humanities (History), University of
Glasgow
Nonnus and Monacha: How Gendered is Early Medieval
Monasticism? (Language: English)
Albrecht Diem
(You’re Not) The Boss of Me: Bishops, Monks, and Nuns in the
Institutio Canonicorum and the Institutio Sanctimonialium
(Language: English)
Rutger Kramer, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
1634
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
SHARING THE HOLY LAND: PERCEPTIONS OF SHARED SACRED SPACE IN THE
MEDIEVAL EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, IV - PILGRIMAGE ACCOUNTS
Centre for the History of Arabic Studies in Europe, Warburg Institute,
University of London
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Philip Booth, Department of History, Lancaster University
A Community of Pilgrims? (Language: English)
Aiofe Haberlin, School of Humanities (History), University of Glasgow
Rivalry and Respect in Late 15th-Century Travel Narratives
(Language: English)
Alexia Lagast, Departement Letterkunde, Universiteit Antwerpen
‘Felix peccatus?’: The Musings of a Late Medieval Pilgrim on
Entering Mosques (Language: English)
Jessica Tearney-Pearce, Warburg Institute, University of London
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ANTI-JEWISH HOSTILITY IN ART AND LITERATURE, 1066-1189
Centre for Medieval Literature, University of York & Syddansk
Universitet, Odense
George Younge, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York /
Syddansk Universitet, Odense
Sethina Watson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Through a Gloss Darkly: Jews in the Glossed Books of the Bible
(Language: English)
Linda Stone, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge
Creating an Image: Depictions of the Jews in Anglo-Norman
Manuscript Illumination (Language: English)
John Munns, Department of History of Art, University of Cambridge
Preaching Discontent: The Jews in Early English Literature
(Language: English)
George Younge
1636
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
MYSTICISM AND BIBLICAL EXEGESIS, II: RENEWING AND REVEALING THE
WORD
Mystical Theology Network
Louise Nelstrop, Kellogg College, University of Oxford / Sarum College,
Salisbury
John Arblaster, Institute for the Study of Spirituality, KU Leuven
Gertrude the Great in Reception: How Latin Mystical Thought
Gets Transformed in Translation (Language: English)
Racha Kirakosian, Department of German Languages & Literatures,
Harvard University
Sister Catherine Reads Scripture: The Hermeneutics of SelfAbandoning (Language: English)
Benjamin Morgan, Worcester College, University of Oxford
The Office of Richard Rolle: Appropriating Incarnational
Exegesis (Language: English)
Louise Nelstrop
1637
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
EXPRESSIONS OF MENDICANT SPIRITUALITY IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
The Journal of Medieval Monastic Studies
Janet Burton, School of Archaeology, History & Anthropology,
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Karen Stöber, Departament d’Història, Universitat de Lleida
The Master and St Francis: Art, Sanctity, and the Promotion of a
Mendicant Order in 13th-Century Italy (Language: English)
John Renner, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Franciscan Spirituality, Reform, and Territory: The Geographical
Distribution of Franciscan Friaries in Medieval Portugal
(Language: English)
Catarina Almeida Marado, Centro de Estudos Socias, Universidade de
Coimbra
Spiritual Renewal and Changing Landscapes: The Mendicant
Orders in Ireland, 13th-15th Century (Language: English)
Annejulie Lafaye, Monastic Ireland Project, Department of the History
of Art & Architecture, Trinity College Dublin
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
14TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, II: PARLIAMENTS AND RETINUES
Society for 14th-Century Studies
Gwilym Dodd, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Chris Given-Wilson, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies,
University of St Andrews
From ‘Household Knights’ to ‘King’s Knights’: Reassessing the
Structure and Terminology of Royal Knights in the 14th Century
(Language: English)
Matthew Hefferan, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Proctors for Parliament (Language: English)
Alison McHardy, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Edward’s Loyal Knights?: Parliamentary Representation, 13271377 (Language: English)
Gwilym Dodd
1639
University House: De Grey Room
OFFICES AND USES OF WRITING IN IBERIAN CITIES, 12TH-16TH CENTURIES,
I
‘Escritura y ciudad en la Corona de Castilla (siglos XIII-XVII)’
(HAR2012-32298) Research Project
Pilar Ostos Salcedo, Departamento de Historia Medieval y Ciencias y
Técnicas Historiográficas, Universidad de Sevilla
Maria Josefa Sanz Fuentes, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de
Oviedo
Los escribanos públicos de Sevilla ante el cambio gráfico (s. XV
in.) (Language: Español)
Carmen del Camino Martínez, Departamento de Historia Medieval y
Ciencias y Técnicas Historiográficas, Universidad de Sevilla
Who Writes What in Medieval Porto? (Language: English)
Maria João de Oliveira e Silva, Fundação para a Ciência & Tecnologia,
Faculdade de Letras, Universidade do Porto
From Country Clerici to Urban Chanceries in 13th-Century
Asturias (Language: English)
Miguel Calleja Puerta, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de Oviedo
1640
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
RUNIC REFORM: MANUSCRIPTS AND EPIGRAPHY, II
Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, University of Nottingham
Aya van Renterghem, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age / School
of English, University of Nottingham
Thomas Birkett, School of English, University College Cork
Runic Graffiti and Stories before Manuscripts (Language: English)
Judith Jesch, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, University of
Nottingham
Connections and Interrelations between Manuscript Runes and
Epigraphy: Icelandic Runica manuscripta between Renewal and
Epigraphic Tradition (Language: English)
Alessia Bauer, Institut für Nordische Philologie, Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversität München
Runic (Re)Forms in Late Medieval Gotland (Language: English)
Alessandro Palumbo, Department of Scandinavian Languages, Uppsala
Universitet
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CARTULARIES, BETWEEN WEAPONS AND TOOLS: A REASSESSMENT, II
Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve / Centre de
recherche pratiques médiévales de l’écrit (PraME), Université de Namur
Paul Bertrand, Faculté de Philosophie, Arts et Lettres, Université
Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
Paul Bertrand
Between King and City: The Politics of Compiling Memory in
Urban Cartularies, Troyes, 14th-15th Centuries (Language: English)
Cléo Rager, Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris (LAMOP UMR 8589), Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Are There Any Cartularies in the ‘Cartularies of Flanders’
Series?’: Focusing on the Early Volumes of This Series, 12601300 (Language: English)
Aurélie Stuckens, Département d’histoire, Université de Namur
Cartularies of Paris and Around: Tools for Research (Language:
English)
Marlène Helias, Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes (IRHT) /
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris
1642
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
SLAVE TRADE, SILVER, AND SOCIETY, C. 800 - C. 1100, II
Arts & Humanities Research Council Project ‘Dirhams for Slaves’
Jonathan Shepard, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
Marek Jankowiak, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
The Sources of Viking Wealth (Language: English)
Jane Kershaw, Institute of Archaeology, University College London
Did the Samanids Strike Silver Dirhams in Order to Export Them
to the Northern Lands? (Language: English)
Luke Treadwell, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Interpreting the Coin Finds from the Viking Camp at Torksey
(Language: English)
Andrew Woods, York Museums Trust
1643
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
NONVIOLENCE AS A CATALYST FOR CHANGE IN THE MEDIEVAL NORTH
ATLANTIC ISLES
Gerard Hynes, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
Alice D. Jorgensen, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
Wit versus War: Negotiating Violence and Kingship in Two
Medieval Irish Texts (Language: English)
Julie A. Le Blanc, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
The Practical Nonviolence of Anglo-Saxon Heroic Saints
(Language: English)
Gerard Hynes
Laying Down the Law: Personal Honour versus Communal Good
in Njáls saga (Language: English)
Kyle Hughes, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
MIDDLE ENGLISH LYRICS, II: FORM, FOCUS, FUNCTION
Christiania Whitehead, Department of English & Comparative Literary
Studies, University of Warwick
Christiania Whitehead
The Lyrics of John Audelay (Language: English)
Jane Griffiths, Wadham College, University of Oxford
Lyric Interventions in Troilus and Criseyde (Language: English)
Elizabeth Robertson, School of Critical Studies (English Language),
University of Glasgow
Grief and the Courtly Love Lyric (Language: English)
Anne Baden-Daintree, Department of English, University of Bristol
1645
Baines Wing: Room G.36
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN LATE MEDIEVAL DEVOTIONAL COMPILATIONS, III
‘Devotional Compilations’ Project, Swiss National Science Foundation
Marleen Cré, Faculté des lettres, Université de Lausanne
Denis Renevey, Faculté des lettres, Université de Lausanne
Normative Devotional Books in 15th-Century England (Language:
English)
Ralph Hanna, Keble College, University of Oxford
From Source to Compilation and Surviving Manuscripts:
Fragments from Aelred of Rievaulx’s Speculum Charitatis in The
Chastising of God’s Children (Language: English)
Marleen Cré
Ian Johnson, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies / School of
English, University of St Andrews
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SPECIAL SESSION: CONTEMPORARY COMPOSERS AND THE RENEWAL OF
MEDIEVAL PRACTICE?: MEDIEVAL MODELS IN THE WORK OF JUDITH WEIR
Many 20th-century British composers have turned to medieval models
for inspiration. Is their use of medieval models a means to establish
identity and authenticity, or simply a reaction against the overwhelming
harmonic and formal legacy of the 19th century? What do contemporary
composers, and indeed, what do we, understand by medievalism
today? How important to us, as audience, is it to understand or know
the medieval sources so used? How is the use of pre-existent material
integrated into the contemporary creative process?
Judith Weir, amongst many contemporary British composers, including
composers as diverse as James Macmillan and Peter Maxwell Davies,
has openly used medieval and other pre-existent models in her
compositions. Her interests in narrative, folklore, and theatre have
found expression in a broad range of musical invention. She has
derived inspiration from diverse sources, which include Icelandic sagas
and Chinese Yuan Dynasty drama. Her work is lauded and slated in
equal measure, often for her openness in acknowledging her sources.
Examining the musical textures of Weir’s choral work All the Ends of
the Earth, which recreates Perotin’s organum Viderunt Omnes, this
paper seeks to put Weir’s use of medieval sources into the wider
context of medievalism in contemporary music.
Graham Coatman is a commissioned composer, performer, and musical
director involved in the performance and teaching of early and
contemporary music. His research into medievalism in 20th-century
music at Huddersfield University has led to invitations to deliver papers
at the inaugural MAMO (Middle Ages in the Modern World) conference
at St Andrews in 2013, and a return in 2015, to directing Maxwell
Davies’s 8 Songs for a Mad King. Graham is Director of 20,000 Voices,
promoting singing across north east England, and the Director of HISS
(Historically Informed Summer School), which he founded in 2011 to
explore connections between early, folk, and traditional music. Recent
commissions include the following premieres: the violin concerto Bakolo
Drom (Swaledale Festival 2012), a trilogy of choral works on texts by
Bede, including Quis Domini Expediet (directed by James Weeks and
performed by EXAUDI vocal ensemble at Hexham Abbey Festival
2010), and The Witch of Slatterdale (Swaledale Festival 2013), a music
theatre work based on an apocryphal tale from a monk at Byland
Abbey.
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RIDDLING IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND AND BEYOND, III: MARVELLOUS
METAPHORS
The Riddle Ages: An Anglo-Saxon Riddle Blog
Megan Cavell, Department of English, Durham University and Jennifer
Neville, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London
Pirkko Koppinen, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of
London
‘Wundor’ and ‘Wrætlice’: Wondrous Wordplay in the Old English
Riddles (Language: English)
Sharon Rhodes, Department of English, University of Rochester
Warriors and Their Battle Gear: Conceptual Blending in Riddles
5, 17, and 20 of the Exeter Book (Language: English)
Karin E. Olsen, Department of English, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Enigmatic Discourses in Riddle 49 (and Another New Solution)
(Language: English)
Jennifer Neville
1702
Baines Wing: Room 1.16
GRISAILLE: SHADES OF MEANING IN LATE MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPTS
Sophia Rochmes, Department of History of Art & Architecture,
University of California, Santa Barbara and Anna Russakoff, American
University of Paris
Anna Russakoff
Disappearance of Colors in 14th-Century Manuscripts: The
Personifications in Question (Language: English)
Bertrand Cosnet, UFR d’histoire, histoire de l’art & archéologie,
Université de Nantes
Prayer in Shades of Grey: A Grisaille Book of Hours from the
Lyonnais Workshop of Guillaume Lambert (Language: English)
Elliot Adam, Centre André Chastel, Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris IV
Prester John’s Painters: European Grisaille Illuminations in Late
Medieval Manuscripts from the Ethiopian Royal Court (Language:
English)
Verena Krebs, Martin Buber Society of Fellows in the Humanities,
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Case by Case: A Look at Manuscripts that Combine Grisaille and
Full Color (Language: English)
Elizabeth Moodey, Department of History of Art, Vanderbilt University,
Tennessee
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LANDSCAPES/SEASCAPES, III: CONCEPTUALISING LANDSCAPES
School of Humanities, Canterbury Christ Church University
Leonie V. Hicks, Department of History & American Studies, Canterbury
Christ Church University
Leonie V. Hicks
Fortified Settlements in Old English Poetry (Language: English)
Michael Bintley, Department of English & Language Studies, Canterbury
Christ Church University
Political Reform and Renewal of Urban Landscape: Late
Medieval Florence (Language: English)
Anna Pomierny, Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History, Polish
Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
Landscapes of the Dead: The Vision of Edmund Leversedge
(Language: English)
Carl Watkins, Magdalene College, University of Cambridge
1706
University House: Cloberry Room
WATER: THE CONTROL OF NATURE AND THE NATURE OF CONTROL
Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
Sabine von Heusinger, Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
Letha Böhringer, Historisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
Swimming Rulers: The Swimming of Medieval Rulers as Part of
Historiographical and Literal Narratives (Language: English)
Martin Clauss, Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Technische
Universität Chemnitz
Fountains as Sources of Conflicts in Medieval Towns (Language:
English)
Sabine von Heusinger
Rivers and Territories in Later Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Victoria Morse, Department of History, Carleton College, Minnesota
1707
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.05
THE ANGLO-WELSH FRONTIER IN THE MIDDLE AGES, III
Liverpool Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, University of
Liverpool / Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of
Manchester / Department of History & Archaeology, University of
Chester
Marios Costambeys, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Marios Costambeys
The Culture of the Anglo-Welsh Frontier in Bede’s Historia
Ecclesiastica (Language: English)
Lindy Brady, Department of English, University of Mississippi
Saints’ Cults and Irish Influence in North-East Wales (Language:
English)
Fiona Edmonds, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
The Mercians, the North-West, and the Anglo-Welsh Frontier,
900-950 (Language: English)
Charles Insley, John Rylands Research Institute, University of
Manchester
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THE TOURNAMENT AS SPECTACLE, III: COURT CULTURE
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Raluca Radulescu, Institute for Medieval & Early Modern Studies,
Bangor University
The Pas d’armes as Spectacle?: Towards a Nuanced Definition of
the Passage of Arms (Language: English)
Cathy Blunk, School of Humanities, Drury University, Missouri
The Spectacle of Ritual in René d’Anjou’s Livre des tournois
(Language: English)
Justin Sturgeon, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Late Medieval Tournaments as Spectacle: Maximilian I and the
Tournaments of his Court (Language: English)
Natalie Anderson, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
1709
Baines Wing: Room G.37
GOD AND THE STATE: THE ARCHDIOCESE OF NIDAROS AND TEMPORAL
POWER, 1430-1520
Institutt for historie og klassiske fag, Norges TekniskNaturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Magne Njåstad, Institutt for historie og klassiske fag, Norges TekniskNaturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Richard Holt, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap, Universitetet i
Tromsø
King and Chapter: The Prolonged Election of Archbishop Olav
Trondsson, 1449-1458 (Language: English)
Magne Njåstad
Missed Opportunities?: How Did the King Manage His Interests
in the Far North? (Language: English)
Sigrun Høgetveit Berg, Institutt for historie og religionsvitenskap,
Universitetet i Tromsø
Foreign Bishops and Local Elites in Late Medieval Iceland
(Language: English)
Susann Anett Pedersen, Department of Historical Studies, Norges
Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
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GRUNDMANN’S LEGACY, VII: RETHINKING REFORM IN THE LATER MIDDLE
AGES
Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, Division of Social Science, University of
Minnesota, Morris and Anne E. Lester, Department of History,
University of Colorado, Boulder
James D. Mixson, Department of History, University of Alabama
A ‘Second Women’s Religious Movement’?: Examining Women’s
Roles in Religious Reform and Renewal in the 15th Century
(Language: English)
Julie Hotchin, School of History, Australian National University,
Canberra
Religious Movements in the Observant Context: Female
Adversaries of the Dominican Reform (Language: English)
Stefanie Neidhardt, Lehrstuhl für Mittlere und Neuere
Kirchengeschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
‘Something’s Moving Inside’: New Perspectives on the Medieval
Franciscan Observant Movement (Language: English)
Daniel B. Stracke, Institut für vergleichende Städtegeschichte,
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
1711
Emmanuel Centre: Wilson Room
AT THE CHALK FACE: CONFRONTING POPULAR HERESY IN PRACTICE
Medieval Heresy & Dissent Research Network, University of Nottingham
/ Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk University, Brno
Claire Taylor, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Claire Taylor
From Armenia to Bulgaria?: The Transmission of Heterodoxy in
Peter of Sicily’s History of the Paulicians (Language: English)
Carl Dixon, Department of History, University of Nottingham
The Cistercians and Violence: The Cistercian Approaches to the
Violent Persecution of Heretics, 1145-1209 (Language: English)
Stamatia Noutsou, Department for the Study of Religions, Masaryk
University, Brno
William Raffard: A Converted Cathar Perfect and His Community
(Language: English)
Harry Barmby, Department of History, University of Nottingham
1712
Parkinson Building: Nathan Bodington Chamber
DEMONS IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES, II
Eoghan Ahern, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
Rosalind Love, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, University
of Cambridge
‘[...] et in cathedra pestilentiae non sedit’: Carolingian Kingship
and the Demon by the Throne (Language: English)
Paul J. Kershaw, Department of History, University of Virginia
‘Sed diabolus hoc noluit’: Demonic Encounters in Early Irish
Hagiography and Its Contemporary Exegesis (Language: English)
Sarah Corrigan, Department of Classics, National University of Ireland,
Galway
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
SHIFTING DEFINITIONS OF MEDIEVAL EPISTOLARITY IN THEORY AND
PRACTICE, III: RE-USING LETTERS IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Prato Consortium for Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Diana Marie Jeske, Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Monash
University, Victoria
Laura Carlson, Department of History, Queen’s University, Ontario
Political Propaganda and Epistolary Fiction: Letters between
Popes and Sultans and Their Use in the 15th Century (Language:
English)
Karoline Dominika Döring, Historisches Seminar, Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversität München
From Information-Transfer to Self-Reflection: The Letters of the
Benedictine Nuns in Lüne, 1460-1550 (Language: English)
Lena Vosding, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Heinrich-HeineUniversität Düsseldorf
1714
Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
THE MODERN ORIGINS OF THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES: SESSIONS IN HONOUR
OF IAN N. WOOD, VII
Tim Barnwell, School of History, University of Leeds, Richard Broome,
School of History, University of Leeds and N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Institute
for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Graham A. Loud, School of History, University of Leeds
Montesquieu, the Spirit of Early Medieval Law, and The Modern
Origins of the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Stefan Esders, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
Looking Backwards Going Forwards (Language: English)
Jinty Nelson, Department of History, King’s College London
Behind Distant Mirrors: Who Needs the Early Middle Ages?
(Language: English)
Walter Pohl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
1715
Parkinson Building: Room 1.08
THE CONCEPT OF REFORM IN MEDIEVAL LETTERS, HISTORIOGRAPHY, AND
ART
International Medieval Society, Paris / Société Internationale des
Médiévistes, Paris
Roland Zingg, Historisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
Gerald Schwedler, Historisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
From Le Bec to Canterbury: St Anselm’s View on Reform
(Language: English)
Roland Zingg
The Dark Side of Reform: Refusal, Resistance, and Rejection
(Language: English)
Julian Führer, Historisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
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Parkinson Building: Room B.11
KEEPING IT IN THE FAMILY: INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS, POWER,
AND THE CONTROL OF LANDS IN MEDIEVAL WESTERN EUROPE
Network for Gender & Legal History, Centre for Gender & Women’s
Studies, Trinity College Dublin / History of Women in Medieval Ireland,
Wales & Scotland
Linsey F. Hunter, Centre for History, University of the Highlands &
Islands
Alice Taylor, Department of History, King’s College London
Child Kingship in the Kingdom of the Scots, c. 1150 - c. 1250
(Language: English)
Emily Ward, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
The Inheritance and Legacy of Beatrix (a Priest’s Daughter), c.
1130s, in the Diocese of Bayeux, Normandy (Language: English)
Hazel Freestone, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
The ‘Exceptional Woman’, Social Transition, and Generational
Breaks in Anglo-Scottish Charters, c. 1150 - c. 1250 (Language:
English)
Linsey F. Hunter
1717
University House: Little Woodhouse Room
CANON LAW, VII: TESTING THE BOUNDARIES OF THEOLOGY AND CANON
LAW IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio (ICMAC)
Danica Summerlin, Department of History, University College London
Danica Summerlin
The Ordered Universe as Principle of Reform in the Works of
Robert Grosseteste (Language: English)
Sigbjørn Olsen Sønnesyn, Independent Scholar, Voss
Learned Law and Reformation in Wesenbecius’s Works from
Leuven to Wittenberg, 1531-1586 (Language: English)
Emmanuël Falzone, Centre de droit privé, Université Catholique de
Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
1718
Baines Wing: Room 1.14
NEW DIRECTION OR EPIC FAILURE?: PAPAL ACTIVITIES IN THE LATER
MIDDLE AGES
James Hill, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Melanie Brunner, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Christ’s ‘Commander-in-Chief’?: Pope Urban II and the Direction
of the First Crusade (Language: English)
Kenneth Parsons, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
‘Se’ tu già costì ritto, Bonifazio?’: The Papacy in Dante’s Inferno
(Language: English)
Rory D. Sellgren, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
A Handy Guide on How Not to Save a Kingdom: The Avignon
Popes and Armenia (Language: English)
James Hill
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 10
CHANGE OR CONTINUITY?: VISUAL CULTURE AT THE REFORMATION AND
BEYOND
University of Leicester / Precise Media London
Ellie Pridgeon, Department of the History of Art & Film, University of
Leicester / Precise Media, London
Kimm Curran, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow
The Reformation and Its Impact on Passion Imagery in Finland
(Language: English)
Katja Fält, Department of Art & Culture Studies, University of Jyväskylä
/ University of Tampere
Reformation and Reform: Medieval Wall Paintings at Lacock
Abbey, Wiltshire (Language: English)
Ellie Pridgeon
The Post-Reformation Wall Painting Project: A Synopsis of
Discoveries So Far (Language: English)
C. B. Newham, Post-Reformation Wall Painting Project, Cirencester
1721
Leeds University Union: Room 2 - Elland Road
PASTORAL REFORM, 600-1300: IDEAS AND PRACTICE
EPISCOPUS: Society for the Study of Bishops & Secular Clergy in the
Middle Ages
Neslihan Şenocak, Department of History, Columbia University
Neslihan Şenocak
The Pillars of the Church: Theodicy, Correctio, and Early
Medieval Church Reform (Language: English)
David Defries, Department of History, Kansas State University
Negotiating Lay Devotion in 12th-Century Cambrai: Controversy
about the Cult of Our Lady in Times of Communal Unrest
(Language: English)
Ewoud Waerniers, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Being the Better Men: Pastoral Care and Mendicant Concepts of
Masculinity (Language: English)
Stephanie Kluge, Historisches Seminar, Westfälische WilhelmsUniversität Münster
1722
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.17
REFORMING SOCIAL AND JURIDICAL AUTHORITY
IMC Programming Committee,
Paulette Barton, Department of Modern Languages & Classics,
University of Maine, Orono
The Formation of the Nasrid Political Elite as a Necessary
Human Reform of 13th-Century Andalusi Society (Language:
English)
Josef Ženka, Institute of Middle Eastern & African Studies, Univerzita
Karlova, Praha
‘My lord, you do ill not to do me justice’: The Use of Images to
Guide Those Exercising Secular and Judicial Authority in 14thCentury Italy (Language: English)
Clare Sandford-Couch, School of Law, Northumbria University
Renewing Political Thought in Three Poems from the Wars of
the Roses (Language: English)
Noah Peterson, Department of English, Texas A&M University, College
Station
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Baines Wing: Room G.41
CHANGE AND RENEWAL IN NON-MUSLIM COMMUNAL OUTLOOKS IN THE
CLASSICAL ISLAMIC PERIOD, II
Uriel Simonsohn, Department of Middle Eastern History, University of
Haifa
Arietta S. Papaconstantinou, Department of Classics, University of
Reading
Abbasid-Period Representation of the Muslim Conquests: A
Strategy of Negotiation between Centre and Periphery
(Language: English)
Philip Wood, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, Aga Khan
University
Change and Renewal in Melkite Hagiography in the 11th and 12th
Centuries (Language: English)
Johannes Pahlitzsch, Historisches Seminar, Johannes-GutenbergUniversität, Mainz
New Religious Dynamics in the Wake of the Islamic Conquest:
Fustât as the New Capital of Egyptian Christianity (Language:
English)
Audrey Dridi, Histoire de l’islam médiéval, Orient et Méditerranée (UMR
8167), Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne
1724
University House: St George Room
THE EMPIRE OF THE PALAIOLOGOI: RUIN OR RENEWAL?, III - DEBATES AND
PERSPECTIVES
Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies, Maney Publishing
Christopher Hobbs, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University
of London and Brian McLaughlin, The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway,
University of London
Brian McLaughlin
Three Questions towards a Study of the Black Death in
Byzantium (Language: English)
Jake Ransohoff, Department of History, Harvard University
Retrospective Views of the Palaiologoi as a Failed Dynasty
(Language: English)
Kostas Moustakas, Department of History & Archaeology, University of
Crete
Renewal from Ruin?: History Writing under the Palaiologoi
(Language: English)
Christopher Hobbs
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Emmanuel Centre: Room 2
REFORM AND RENEWAL IN BURGUNDY, III
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg / Université Paris-Est Marne-laVallée / Regesta Imperii
Andrea Hauff, Regesta Imperii, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Gießen,
Jessika Nowak, Historisches Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
Freiburg and Jens Schneider, Laboratoire ‘Analyse Comparée des
Pouvoirs’, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée
Jessika Nowak
Arles and Marseille: Centres of Power in Early Medieval
Provence (Language: English)
Albrecht Brendler, Seminar für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, EberhardKarls-Universität, Tübingen
Burgundy and the Dukes of Zähringen (Language: English)
Heinz Krieg, Historisches Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
The Count Palatine Otto of Burgundy, d. 1200 (Language: English)
Clemens Regenbogen, Historisches Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
Freiburg
1727
Emmanuel Centre: Room 7
ECCLESIASTICAL REFORM AS A MEETING SPACE?: ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL
INTERCHANGES UNDER DISCUSSION
Institut de Recerca de Cultures Medievals (IRCVM), Universitat de
Barcelona
Rebecca Swanson, Departament d’Història de l’Art, Universitat de
Barcelona
Julia Perratore, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Romanesque Pyrenees during the Ecclesiastical Reform:
The Role of Roda de Ribagorça in the Establishment of an
Artistic Network (Language: English)
Immaculada Lorés-Otzet, Departament d’Història de l’Art i Història
Social, Universitat de Lleida / Institut de Recerca en Cultures
Medievals, Universitat de Barcelona
Mapping the Iconography of the Reform in the Pyrenees: The
Case of Lazarus and the Rich Man (Language: English)
Begoña Cayuela, Independent Scholar, Barcelona
‘No man’s land’: Manuscript Production and Its Influence on the
Monumental Arts during the Ecclesiastical Reform (Language:
English)
Rebecca Swanson
The Pyrenean Chrismon: Banner and Legitimization of a
Kingdom (Language: English)
Juan Antonio Olañeta, Departament d’Història de l’Art, Universitat de
Barcelona
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Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
CONSTRUCTING THE CRUSADES: REPRESENTATION, REINTERPRETATION, AND
MEMORY, V - REINTERPRETATIONS
Centre for the Study of Islam & the West, Queen Mary, University of
London / Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, University of
Birmingham / Society for the Study of the Crusades & the Latin East
Beth Spacey, School of History & Cultures, University of Birmingham
and Stephen Spencer, School of History, Queen Mary, University of
London
Simon A. John, Balliol College, University of Oxford
‘In the Thick of It’: The Portrayal of Martial Prowess in Crusade
Narratives (Language: English)
Belinda Guthrie, Centre for the Study of Islam & the West, Queen Mary,
University of London
Franci Go to Hollywood: Performing the Old French Crusade
Cycle in the 13th-Century (Language: English)
Carol Sweetenham, Independent Scholar, Oxford
Propaganda and Euphemism in the Representation of the
Medieval Muslim Views of the Franks (Language: English)
Betty Binysh, School of History, Archaeology & Religion, Cardiff
University
1729
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.07
REFORM(ED) NARRATIVES: REFORM IDEOLOGY AND HISTORICAL WRITING
DURING THE CENTRAL MIDDLE AGES
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Benjamin Pohl, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Stephen Church, School of History, University of East Anglia
Easily Corrupted Novelties: Matthew Paris on Monastic Reform
(Language: English)
Björn Weiler, Department of History & Welsh History, Aberystwyth
University
Fabricating History: Making the Battle Abbey Chronicle
(Language: English)
Laura Cleaver, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin
Symeon of Durham’s Monks: Shaping a Monastic Past at Durham
Cathedral Priory, 1083 - c. 1130 (Language: English)
Charlie Rozier, Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Durham
University
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University House: Beechgrove Room
RETHINKING THE MEDIEVAL FRONTIER, II: EASTERN EUROPE AND EASTERN
MEDITERRANEAN
Jonathan Jarrett, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of
Birmingham
Jonathan Jarrett
Concepts of the Border in Early Medieval Central Europe
(Language: English)
Jakub Kabala, Department of History, Harvard University
Islands: Not the Last Frontier - Insular Models in the Early
Medieval Byzantine Mediterranean, c. 650 - c. 850 (Language:
English)
Luca Zavagno, Department of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences,
Eastern Mediterranean University, Famagusta
The Lord’s Tournament Ground: The Performance of Nobility in
Crusader Outremer (Language: English)
Nicholas Paul, Department of History, Fordham University
1731
Social Sciences Building: Room 10.06
SCRIPTING REFORM?: MANUSCRIPT CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTELLECTUAL
TRANSFORMATION IN A MONASTIC CONTEXT
Religion & Society in the Early & Central Middle Ages (ReSoMA) / Henri
Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Gent
Tjamke Snijders, Vakgroep Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Jay Diehl, Department of History, Long Island University, New York
Manuscripts as Repertoire: Negotiating Reform in a High
Medieval Community of Practice (Language: English)
Tjamke Snijders
Steven as Jerome: Modelling Text and Image in the Early
Cîteaux Scriptorium (Language: English)
Diane J. Reilly, Hope School of Fine Art, Indiana University,
Bloomington
Reorganizing the Lectionaries of Fleury (Saint-Benoît-surLoire): Stability or Change? (Language: English)
Marco Mostert, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht
1732
Leeds University Union: Room 6 - Roundhay
REFORM BETWEEN TEXT AND EXPERIENCE
National Endowment for the Humanities / American Academy, Rome
William L. North, Department of History, Carleton College, Minnesota
Fiona Somerset, Department of English, University of Connecticut
Material Culture, Identity, and Reform at the Lateran Basilica in
the 11th and 12th Centuries (Language: English)
Cheryl L. Kaufman, University of Texas, Austin
Apostolic Fantasies: The Report of Patriarch John, Calixtus II,
and Dreams of Reform in the 12th Century (Language: English)
John Eldevik, Department of History, Hamilton College, New York
Genealogies of Reform in the Franciscan Observance (Language:
English)
Lezlie Knox, Department of History, Marquette University, Wisconsin
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1733
Parkinson Building: Room B.09
VISIONS OF COMMUNITY, III: THINKING GENEALOGICALLY
Sonderforschungsbereich 42 ‘Visions of Community’, Universität Wien /
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien / Marie Curie
Intra-European Fellowship ‘Migratio gentium’
Stefan Donecker, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Rutger Kramer, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Österreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Classifying Peoples: The Use and Re-use of Classical and
Christian Terminology in Late Antique and Early Medieval
Catalogues of Peoples (Language: English)
Salvatore Liccardo, Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
The Ancient Pedigrees of the Goths and Xianbei: A TransCultural Study in Greco-Roman and Chinese Ethnographic
Historiography (Language: English)
Randolph Ford, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York
University
Trees of Knowledge: Genealogy as a Paradigm of Early Modern
Scholarly Thought (Language: English)
Stefan Donecker
1734
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
SHARING THE HOLY LAND: PERCEPTIONS OF SHARED SACRED SPACE IN THE
MEDIEVAL EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, V - LATIN CHRISTIANITY IN THE
HOLY LAND
Centre for the History of Arabic Studies in Europe, Warburg Institute,
University of London
Jan Vandeburie, Warburg Institute, University of London
Nicky Tsougarakis, Department of English & History, Edge Hill
University
The Hospitaller Castle of Belvoir: Setting the Scene for a
Discussion of the Castle’s Chapel (Language: English)
Vardit Shotten-Hallel, Israel Antiquities Authority / European Forum,
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Altared Spaces: The Dome of the Rock under Crusader Rule
(Language: English)
Paul L. Sidelko, Department of History, Metropolitan State University of
Denver
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Leeds University Union: Room 4 - Hyde Park
HEBREW LITERATURE AND EXEGESIS IN LATE MEDIEVAL IBERIA
Esperanza Alfonso Carro, Instituto de Lenguas y Culturas del
Mediterráneo y Oriente Próximo, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones
Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Javier del Barco, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Consejo
Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC), Madrid
Explaining and Translating the Hebrew Bible in 13th-Century
Castile (Language: English)
Esperanza Alfonso Carro
Hebrew and Romance in 15th-Century Aragonese Hebrew
Literature (Language: English)
Arturo Prats, Departamento de Estudios Hebreos y Arameos,
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Vernacular Words: Aljamiado Castilian Glosses in a 13th-Century
Hebrew Manuscript (Language: English)
Javier del Barco
1736
Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
MYSTICISM AND BIBLICAL EXEGESIS, III: REFORM AND REVELATION?
Mystical Theology Network
Louise Nelstrop, Kellogg College, University of Oxford / Sarum College,
Salisbury
Rob Faesen, Institute for the Study of Spirituality, KU Leuven
Where Language Goes to Die: Judgement Day II and the
Apophatic Construction of Heaven (Language: English)
Timothy Flight, Magdalen College, University of Oxford
Matter is an Adulteress: The Implications of a Biblical Parable in
Meister Eckhart (Language: English)
Christopher Wojtulewicz, Department of Theology & Religious Studies,
King’s College London
Meister Eckhart’s Mystical Treatment of the Exodus Revelation
of God’s Name as Almighty (Language: English)
Ian Richardson, Department of Theology & Religious Studies, King’s
College London
1737
Baines Wing: Room G.36
MONKS AND MANUSCRIPTS IN CENTRAL EUROPE
IMC Programming Committee,
Anna Adamska, Onderzoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en
Kunstgeschiedenis, Universiteit Utrecht
Untangling the Web: Exchange of Texts and Manuscripts in 12thCentury Austria (Language: English)
Katharina Kaska, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
Communities of Texts - Textual Communities? (Language:
English)
Christoph Egger, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung,
Universität Wien
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Michael Sadler Building: Banham Theatre
14TH-CENTURY ENGLAND, III: DEATH, BURIAL, AND RELIGIOUS PATRONAGE
Society for 14th-Century Studies
Gwilym Dodd, Department of History, University of Nottingham
James Bothwell, School of History, University of Leicester
Revised and Edited: Reburial in the House of Plantagenet
(Language: English)
Anna Duch, Department of History, University of York
‘Death, what ails thee, that you could not have taken me?’: Elite
Widowerhood in 14th-Century England (Language: English)
Rebecca Holdorph, Department of History, University of Southampton
The College of St Stephen’s: Westminster in the 14th Century
(Language: English)
Elizabeth Biggs, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
1739
University House: De Grey Room
OFFICES AND USES OF WRITING IN IBERIAN CITIES, 12TH-16TH CENTURIES,
II
‘Escritura y ciudad en la Corona de Castilla (siglos XIII-XVII)’
(HAR2012-32298) Research Project
Pilar Ostos Salcedo, Departamento de Historia Medieval y Ciencias y
Técnicas Historiográficas, Universidad de Sevilla
Pilar Ostos Salcedo
Concejo y documentos concejiles en la Castilla del siglo XV
(Language: Español)
Maria Josefa Sanz Fuentes, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de
Oviedo
Normalización de la vida comunal en la Baja Edad Media en
Castilla (Language: Español)
José Miguel López-Villalba, Facultad de Humanidades, Universidad
Española a Distancia, Madrid
Rural Scribes at the Beginning of the Early Modern Period, 16th
Century (Language: English)
Maria Luisa Domínguez-Guerrero, Departamento de Historia Medieval y
Ciencias y Técnicas Historiográficas, Universidad de Sevilla
1740
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
TEACHING AND READING THEOLOGY: NEW APPOACHES TO LANGTON,
JOACHIM, AND ANSELM
IMC Programming Committee,
Margaret Healy-Varley, Department of English, Providence College,
Rhode Island
A Manuscript of No Importance?: The De Poenitentia Sub
Persona Magdalenae of Stephen Langton (Language: English)
Philippa Byrne, Wadham College, University of Oxford
From Reform to Revolution: How Pseudo-Joachim Changed the
World (Language: English)
Julia Eva Wannenmacher, Fachbereich Theologie, Friedrich-AlexanderUniversität Erlangen-Nürnberg
The Teaching of the Trivium at Bec and Its Bearing upon the
Anselmian Programme of Fides Quaerens Intellectum (Language:
English)
Jacob Archambault, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University
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Baines Wing: Room 1.13
BOOK HISTORIES: NEW APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING MANUSCRIPTS
IMC Programming Committee,
Rhiannon M. Lawrence-Francis, Special Collections, Leeds University
Library
The Beowulf Manuscript as a Unit: Codicological Appointments
of the Nowell Codex (London, British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius
A.xv) (Language: English)
Gesner Las Casas Brito Filho, School of Fine Art, History of Art &
Cultural Studies, University of Leeds
The Computistical Ideas of Marianus Scotus in Anglo-Norman
World (Language: English)
Gleb Schmidt, Collège Universitaire Français, St Petersburg State
University
Fragments and Fragmentology in North America: 200 Years of
Breaking and Buying in the New World (Language: English)
Lisa Fagin Davis, Medieval Academy of America, Massachusetts
1742
Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
SLAVE TRADE, SILVER, AND SOCIETY, C. 800 - C. 1100, III
Arts & Humanities Research Council Project ‘Dirhams for Slaves’
Jonathan Shepard, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
Jonathan Shepard
Slow Burn and Firestorm: Ceramic Evidence for the Presence of
Slavic Thralls in 10th- to 12th-Century Southern Scandinavia
(Language: English)
Mats Roslund, Institutionen för Arkeologi och antikens historia, Lunds
Universitet
Hoards in Pots?: Preliminary Observations on Containers and
Reasons for Deposition and (Non-)Retrieval of Silver Hoards
(Language: English)
Jacek Gruszczynski, Wolfson College, University of Oxford
Caethion Cymru: Investigating Slavery in Early Medieval Wales
(Language: English)
Katie Hemer, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
1743
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
TRANSGRESSIVE TIMES AND PLACES
IMC Programming Committee,
Amy Morgan, School of English & Languages, University of Surrey
Humans, Fairies, and Queerness in Sir Orfeo and Sir Gowther
(Language: English)
Nicole Slipp, Department of English, Queen’s University, Ontario
The Sheela-na-gig: A Feminist Reclamation Project (Language:
English)
Rachel Shanahan, Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado,
Denver
S/he’s My Hero: Gender-Bending Boys in Medieval School Texts
(Language: English)
Emily Blakelock, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
THURSDAY 09 JULY 2015: 14.15-15.45
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Social Sciences Building: Room 10.09
TRADING INSULTS: HOW TO RILE WITH STYLE IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Victoria Blud, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Laura Crombie, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
‘Child of a Flemish Woman’: The Dynamics of Ethnic-National
Insult in the St Albans Chronicle, 1376-1422 (Language: English)
Chris Linsley, Department of History, University of York
Veiled Insults and Humour Theory in Chaucer’s Works
(Language: English)
Mabel Slattery, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Dirty Words from Dirty Birds: Gendered Insults in The Owl and
the Nightingale (Language: English)
Victoria Blud
THURSDAY 09 JULY 2015: 16.15-17.00
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1799
Parkinson Building: Room B.08
USING THE INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL BIBLIOGRAPHY IN TEACHING AND
RESEARCH: A WORKSHOP
Melanie Brunner, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds and
Alan V. Murray, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Alan V. Murray
The International Medieval Bibliography (IMB) is the world’s leading
multidisciplinary bibliography of Medieval Studies, offering an online
database of over 400,000 publications in 62 disciplinary areas. This
workshop offers the opportunity to learn more about the possibilities
for using its search interface and functionality, controlled vocabulary,
and indices both to discover specific relevant publications and to
construct larger bibliographies. It will also demonstrate some of the
other new features - notably metrics for journals and authors - which
have recently been added to the IMB.
FRIDAY 10 JULY 2015: 09.00-13.00
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1801
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.19
AN INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC PUBLISHING: A WORKSHOP
Power & Institutions in Medieval Islam and Christendom (PIMIC) / Brill
Publishers / CARMEN: Worldwide Medieval Network
Kate Hammond, Brill Publishers, Leiden
Tutors: Catherine Cubitt, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
York, Julian Deahl, Brill Publishers, Leiden, Simon Forde, Amsterdam
University Press / CARMEN: Worldwide Medieval Network, Alaric Hall,
School of English, University of Leeds, and Jonathan Jarrett, Barber
Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham
The world of academic publishing can seem daunting to scholars at the
start of their career. The academic publishers Brill, partner of the EUfunded Power and Institutions in Medieval Islam and Christendom
Initial Training Network (PIMIC-ITN), will offer a morning workshop
giving postgraduate students and early career scholars a valuable
insight into academic publishing, from both sides of the table.
Three sessions will look at three different formats of academic
publishing. We will consider the all-important book proposal, with a
focus on converting the PhD thesis into a monograph; the process of
writing a journal article; and producing an edited volume of conference
proceedings. A medievalist well-versed in academic publishing will kick
off each session with a talk based on their own experiences, and the
participants will then have the opportunity to consider matters from the
other side of the table, as they conduct their own editorial board
meetings discussing and assessing a book proposal / journal article /
volume of conference proceedings. The workshop leaders, as well as
academic publishers, will be on hand to guide and advise the
participants in their discussions; there will also be opportunity for a
questions and answer session.
There are no pre-requisites for attending the workshop. Tea and coffee
will be provided during the mid-morning break. Fee: £7.50.
The workshop can only accommodate a limited number of participants.
Early booking is strongly recommended. Participants will receive a
certificate of attendance on the day.
FRIDAY 10 JULY 2015: 09.30-13.30
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1802
Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.15
AN INTRODUCTION TO MEDIEVAL RECORDS AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES: A
WORKSHOP
The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew
Paul R. Dryburgh, The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew
Tutors: Sean Cunningham, Paul R. Dryburgh, Jessica Nelson, and Laura
Tompkins - all The National Archives: Public Record Office, Kew
For all medievalists the ability to locate, read and understand archival
sources is fundamental to their research whatever their discipline and
stage in their career. The National Archives of the United Kingdom
(TNA) holds one of the world’s largest and most important collections of
medieval records. The vast archive of English royal government informs
almost every aspect of medieval life from the royal court to the
peasantry, land ownership and tenure, the law, warfare and diplomacy,
trade and manufacture, transport, credit and debt, death and memory,
material culture, literature, art and music. However, finding, using, and
interpreting the rich diversity of material is not always entirely
straightforward and its potential for a wide range of research uses often
unclear. This workshop will offer an introduction to TNA, show you how
to begin your research into its collections, and access research support.
A course-pack with facsimiles of original documents will be used to
illustrate the range of disciplines and topics TNA records can inform and
illuminate.
The workshop is aimed at all medievalists, from Masters students
through to experienced academics in any discipline, who wish to
discover more about the rich archive collections at TNA and how they
might use them in their research. There are no pre-requisites for
attending the workshop, although a basic knowledge of Latin is
recommended. Participants will have access to a course-pack with
readings and further information, as well as receive a certificate of
attendance on the day.
Nick Barratt is Head of Medieval, Early Modern, Legal, and Maps and
Photographs (MEMLEX) at The National Archives and specialises in the
fiscal and bureaucratic history of Angevin England. Sean Cunningham is
a Principal Records Specialist and Manager, Medieval & Early Modern,
and specialises in 15th- and 16th-century records of English royal
government. Jessica Nelson is a Records Specialist with interests in
queenship and government in the 12th and 13th centuries in England
and Scotland. Laura Tompkins is a Reader Advisor whose research has
focussed on government, parliament, and household in the late Middle
Ages. Paul Dryburgh is a Records Specialist with interests in
government, politics, and warfare in the British Isles in the 13th and
14th centuries.
There are no pre-requisites for attending the workshop. Tea and coffee
will be provided during the mid-morning break. Fee: £7.50.
The workshop can only accommodate a limited number of participants.
Early booking is strongly recommended.
FRIDAY 10 JULY 2015: 10.00-15.00
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1803
Royal Armouries Museum
MEDIEVAL ARMS AND ARMOUR STUDY SESSION: A WORKSHOP AT THE
ROYAL ARMOURIES
Royal Armouries Museum
Alison Watson, Royal Armouries, Leeds
Tutors: Karen Watts, Robert C. Woosnam-Savage, and Henry Yallop all Royal Armouries, Leeds
The Royal Armouries is the British national collection of arms and
armour and one of Britain’s oldest museums. It has within its collection
some of the finest pieces of medieval arms and armour in England. This
day seminar is a unique opportunity for a limited number of IMC
delegates to take part in an immersive practical session handling
original surviving arms and armour of the Middle Ages. Key pieces will
be made available for close examination in this intimate session. The
morning will comprise a study session on European weapons, followed
by a gallery tour and a demonstration of medieval sword fighting
techniques. The afternoon comprises a study session on European
armour. Photography will be permitted (for private research purposes)
and there will be opportunity for informal discussion with our specialist
curatorial staff.
The day will be delivered by Karen Watts, Senior Curator Armour and
Art, Robert C. Woosnam-Savage, Curator European Edged Weapons,
Henry Yallop, Assistant Curator European Edged Weapons, and Keith
Dowen, Assistant Curator European Armour.
As the workshop is taking place at the Royal Armouries Museum
participants will be required to arrange for their own transport to the
Royal Armouries. Public transport: Bus No. 28 from the Parkinson
Building to the Royal Armouries, c. every 30 minutes. Fee: £11.00.
The workshop can only accommodate a limited number of participants.
Early booking is strongly recommended. Participants will receive a
certificate of attendance on the day.