CMS at the 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo

The Centre for Medieval Studies has seventeen speakers at the 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo (May 10-13, 2012). The speakers are:

  • Alice Hutton: The Prelapsarian State in the Theology of the School of Laon
  • Adam S. Cohen: Edgar’s Thigh and Benedict’s Knees: The Reforming Body in Anglo-Saxon Art
  • Tristan Sharp: Perfect Virgins and Suicidal Maniacs: Monks in Early Thirteenth-Century Pastoralia
  • Stephen Pelle: The Otho Homilies: Extracts from a Lost Early Middle English Manuscript
  • Shaun Lalonde: Brunetto Latini as Theorist of Rhymes
  • Chris Piuma: De catervis ceteris
  • William Robins: Minstrel Solidarity in Florence
  • Christopher Berard: The Once and Future Arthurian: Edward III and the Feast of Saint George, 1358
  • Morris Tichenor: Panel Transition and Narrative Sequencing in Anticlaudianus, the Comic Book
  • Caroline Smith: Righteous Persecution No More? The Judicial Understanding of Inquisitorial Office in Nicolau Eimeric’s Directorium inquisitorum
  • Jayna Brett: Animal-Derived Medicines in Early Medieval Pharmacy
  • Michael D. Barbezat: In a Corporeal Flame: The Development of the Materiality of Hellfire before the Resurrection in Western Eschatology
  • Amanda Wetmore: Riddles and Charms: Performance and Sacramental Theology in The Pardoner’s Prologue and Tale
  • Claude Evans: Towards a Rewriting of the Beginnings of the Cistercian Order in Brittany
  • Susannah G. Brower: Ovidian Persona and the Specter of Social Control in the Poetry of Baudri of Bourgueil
  • Daniel Jamison: Lucca’s Gabella Maggiore: A Fortuitous Window into an Urban Economy
  • Jill Caskey: San Gennaro and Friends: Performing Relics and Patronage in Southern Italy during the Later Middle Ages
Other students and faculty are involved in workshops, round-table discussions, and as presiders: Andrew Dunning, Michael Gervers, Alexandra Johnston, Antonette diPaolo Healey, David Klausner, Jenny Kostoff-Kaard, Linda Safran, and Sean Winslow.
Don’t miss the CMS/UTP reception on Thursday evening (May 10)! CMS Director John Magee is looking forward to meeting you there.