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Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Kalamazoo ICMS

At the 2017 Congress, IMEMS and Departments are sponsoring the following sessions:

  • Legitimacy, Imagery, and Imagination: Creating and Sustaining Identities in the High Middle Ages
  • Monastic Ethics in the Long Twelfth Century
  • Records of Early English Drama, North-East
  • Dwelling in the Anglo-Saxon Landscape II: Life, Death, and Wellbeing
  • Dwelling in the Anglo-Saxon Landscape III: Materiality and Image
  • Transformations in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages I: Restructuring the World
  • Transformations in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages II: New Methodologies and Approaches

In addition IMEMS members are involved in:

  • Dwelling in the Anglo-Saxon Landscape I
  • Arthurian Books and Readers
  • New Voices in Anglo-Saxon Studies I
  • In Honor of Caroline Palmer I: Publishing the Medieval Now: Open Access and Other Futures (A Panel Discussion)
  • In Honor of Caroline Palmer II: Romancing Material Culture: Falling in Love with and in Medieval Manuscripts
  • A Text by Any Other Name: Rewritings, Reworkings, and Manipulations of Medieval Iberian Texts
  • Boundaries and Borderlands

Participants from Durham University: Professor Elizabeth Archibald, Dr Eleanor Barraclough, Jamie Beckett, Dr Brian Buchanan, Dr Mark C. Chambers, Dr John-Henry Clay, Dr James Corke-Webster, Ana Dias, Dr Helen Foxhall Forbes, Adam Goodfellow, Katie Haworth, Tristan Lake, Dr Kate Mees, Sian Mui, Dr David Petts, Dr Nicola Polloni, Curtis Runstedler, Dr Sarah J. Semple, Dr Sigbjørn Sønnesyn, James Turner, Indra Werthmann.

Download the 2017 conference programme.