Toronto medievalists at IMC Kalamazoo 2017

A strong contingent of faculty members and students at the Centre for Medieval Studies will be presenting papers or organizing sessions at the 52th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, May 11-14 2017.

 

Papers

Suzanne Conklin Akbari, “The Material Landscape of Knowledge in the Chemin de long estude

Suzanne Conklin Akbari, “Working as (if ) a Man: Relative Genders in the Academic Workplace” (Roundtable)

Benjamin S.W. Barootes, “Et in Calculo Nomen Novum Scriptum”: Pearl and the Holy Name of Jesus”

Alexandra Bauer, “Law and Lawlessness in the Case of the “Peterborough Witch””

Alexandra Bolintineanu, “The Reluctant Old English Corpus”

Alexandra Bolintineanu, “Interoperable Manuscripts for Research and Teaching (A Workshop)”

Isabelle Cochelin, “The Double Lock within Monasteries, Tenth–Eleventh Centuries”

Kara Gaston, “Decapitation, Self-Reflection: The View from the Spheres in Lucan, Boccaccio, and Chaucer”

Alexandra Gillespie, “Digital Tools for Manuscript Study: Collation and The Canterbury Tales

Ryan Hall, “The Meaning of Latinity in Alfredian Translation”

Jessica Henderson, “Medical Books: The Case of Takamiya 46 and BL Additional 17866”

Yolanda Iglesias and David Navarro, “New Approaches to Siete Partidas and the 1272 Revolt of the Nobles”

Jared Johnson, “An Apology for Medicine in Walahfrid Strabo’s De cultura hortorum

Shirley Kinney, “Cut to the Quick: Horse-Maiming in Medieval England and Wales”

Matthew Orsag, ““Los Sabios Antiguos”: The Sources of Alfonso X’s Las Siete Partidas

Stephen Pelle, “Twelfth-Century Glosses and Revisions in a Manuscript of Ælfric’s Homilies”

Courtney Selvage, “Saint Adomnán, Iona, and the Political Nature of Cáin Adomnáin

Matthew Sergi, “New Approaches to Drama Records: East Anglian Play Texts and Nearby Archives”

Morris Tichenor, “Cicero’s De oratore and Orator in Medieval England”

Julia Tomlinson, “Jerusalem Relics and the Feast of Relics in Late Medieval England”

Michael F. Webb, “Spaces, Signs, and Original Charters in the Cartulary of the Cathedral Church of Angoulême”

Amanda Wetmore, ““Wrastlyng wiþ þat blynde nou3t”: Binding and Blinding in The Cloud of Unknowing”

Nicholas Wheeler, “The Oath at Ravenna”

Elise Williams, “Medical Maths, or, How I Learned to Love a Graph”

Anna Wilson, “Digital Reading Practices and Lydgate’s Chaucerian Fanfiction”(Roundtable)

Sean M. Winslow, “The Ethiopian Book between Christendom and Islam”

Talia Zajac, “Rus-Born Brides of Polish Rulers and Their Objects in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Three Case Studies of Cultural Transfer”

 

Organizers

Suzanne Conklin Akbari, “Neighboring Languages and Cross-Cultural Exchange: Persian/Arabic, French/English”

Benjamin S.W. Barootes, “Ihesu Dulcis: Devotion to the Holy Name in Medieval Europe”

Claude L. Evans (Ancient Abbeys of Brittany Project), “Cistercian Abbeys of Brittany”

Yolanda Iglesias, “Revisiting Alphonsine Historiography and Legislation”

Morris Tichenor, “Medieval Lives and Afterlives of the Classical Poets”

Dylan M. Wilkerson, “Old English Religious Texts after the Norman Conquest”

Anna Wilson, “Fanfiction in Medieval Studies: What Do We Mean When We Say “Fanfiction”?”

 

Two Toronto ensembles will also perform on Saturday evening, May 13:

Floris and Blancheflour, Pneuma Ensemble

Complex Dulcitius, or Sex in the Kitchen, Poculi Ludique Societas (PLS)

$15.00 General Admission

$10.00 presale through online Congress registration

It’s “Toronto night” at the festival! Toronto’s Pneuma Ensemble shares a period musical presentation of the first extant romance in English, before the venerable PLS performs Colleen Butler’s new translation of Hrosvit’s tenth-century tragicomedy about the Roman emperor lured into carnal embrace with cookware.

Don’t forget to attend our reception, held jointly with the University of Toronto Press:

Thursday, May 11, 9:00 p.m at Harrison 302 inside Valley III building