IMC 1998 - 13-16 July 1998

Congress Programme: IMC 1998

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NOTE: All entries highlighted in red are changes which have been received since the IMC'98 Programme Book was printed.

MONDAY 13 JULY 1998: 09.30 - 10.30

Keynote Lecture: 022
Title: FROM EARLY TO LATE MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENTS: VILLAGE AND FIELD STRUCTURES IN NORTH-WEST EUROPE FROM THE NINTH TO THE THIRTEENTH CENTURIES
Speaker: Adriaan Verhulst, Professor of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Gent (Emeritus)
Introduction: David M. Palliser, Professor of Medieval History, University of Leeds

MONDAY 13 JULY 1998: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 101
Title: IDENTITY AND IDEOLOGY IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Sibylle Zipperer, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Sibylle Zipperer
Paper 101-a The Worms Crawl in: Connotations of the 'Wyrm' Image in the Emerging Christian Ideology (Language: English)
David Marshall, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 101-b 'Wyrm' and 'Vipera': Snakes as Expressions of Identity on Coins (Language: English)
Sibylle Zipperer
Paper 101-c Identity and Ideology in Anglo-Saxon Ecclesiastical Architecture (Language: English)
Michael Gaunt, Department of Archaeology, University of York

Session: 102
Title: SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER, I: POWERFUL TEXTS
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam / NWO and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Dirk Heirbaut, Department of Legal History, Rijksuniversiteit Gent
Paper 102-a Words against Swords: Monastic Answers to Secular Intrusions in Northern France in the Central Middle Ages (Language: English)
Karine Ugé, Department of History, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Paper 102-b Piety in Episcopal and Comital Charters (Eleventh-Twelfth Centuries) (Language: English)
Benoît-Michel Tock, Department of Medieval History, Université de Strasbourg
Paper 102-c The Monastic Historiographical Impulse (c. 1000-1260): A Reassessment (Language: English)
John O. Ward, Department of History, University of Sydney

103
Title: BISHOPS IN POLITICS IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE (1050-1150)
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: Chris Lewis, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Moderator: Chris Lewis
Paper 103-a Stigand's Friends: The Last Generation of Anglo-Saxon Bishops and the Norman Conquest (Language: English)
Mary Frances Smith, Department of History, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Paper 103-b The Bishops of King Stephen's Reign: The West Midland Evidence (Language: English)
Stephen Marritt, Department of Medieval History, University of Glasgow
Paper 103-c Suger and the Bishops (Language: English)
Lindy Grant, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

Session: 104
Title: PAIN AND THE IMAGINATION IN MEDIEVAL ART
Sponsor: International Center of Medieval Art
Organiser: Glenn Peers, University of Western Ontario, London
Moderator: Elizabeth del Alamo, Department of Fine Arts, Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey
Paper 104-a Pain, Torture and Death in the Huntington Library Legenda aurea (Language: English)
Martha Easton, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York
Paper 104-b Model /Anti-Model: Pain and Spectacle, Abjection and Redemption in the Imagery of the Two Thieves (Language: English)
Mitchell Merback, Emison Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana
Paper 104-c Devouring Beasts and the Subversion of Heroic Codes of Violence: Food for Thought in the Souillac Pillar on the Value of Spiritual Pain and Humiliation (Language: English)
Carol Knicely, Department of Fine Arts, University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Session: 105
Title: ENTRIES INTO SACRED SPACE
Organiser: George Hardin Brown, Department of English, Stanford University, California
Moderator: Phyllis R. Brown, Department of English, Santa Clara University, California
Paper 105-a The Concept of 'Porticus' and 'Imitatio Romae' in Early Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Department of English, University College, Cork
Paper 105-b Embodied Entrances: Sheela-na-gigs and the Meaning of the Church Door in Medieval Ireland (Language: English)
Catherine E. Karkov, Department of Art, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Paper 105-c The Liturgical Use of Doors in Salisbury Cathedral (Language: English)
William Mahrt, Department of Music, Stanford University, California

Session: 106
Title: DANISH AND BALTIC CRUSADES
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organiser: Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, Odense Universitet
Moderator: Alan V. Murray, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 106-a The Missionary Man: Archbishop Andrew Sunesen and the Baltic Crusade (1206-1219) (Language: English)
Torben K. Nielsen, Department of History, Aalborg Universitet
Paper 106-b Towns and Crusades in Northern Germany and the Baltic (Language: English)
Carsten Selch Jensen, Institute of History and Western Civilisation, Odense Universitet
Paper 106-c The Consequences of the Baltic Crusading Movement for the Target Countries (Language: English)
John Lind, Department of Finnish, Københavns Universitet

Session: 107
Title: MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION: ROMANS AND BARBARIANS IN EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Organiser: Verena Epp, Department of History, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Moderator: Verena Epp
Paper 107-a The Visigoths in Aquitaine (Language: English)
Andreas Schwarcz, Insitut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 107-b The Vandals in Northern Africa (Language: English)
Anette Hettinger, Department of History, Pädagogische Hochschule, Heidelberg
Paper 107-c The Adventus Regis Ceremony (Language: English)
Gerot Kirchner, Department of History, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf

Session: 108
Title: THE HUMAN PERSONALITY: TRADITIONS OF THEORETICAL ANALYSIS AND DEPICTION IN POETRY AND VISUAL ART
Organiser: Hans Popper, Department of German, University of Swansea (Emeritus)
Moderator: Carol Magner, Department of German, King's College, University of London
Paper 108-a The Heart as Constitutive Principle of the Personality: The Tradition from Greek and Biblical Thought and into Twelfth-Century Literature (Language: English)
Hans Popper
Paper 108-b Die Frau als Ort der Überschneidung von männlichem Blick und mittelalterlicher Minnevorstellung (Language: Deutsch)
Corinne Leisi, Department of German Studies, Universität Zürich
Paper 108-c Physionomics and Behaviour Patterns: The Leonese Chronicles and Medieval Imagery (Language: English)
Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras, Department of Art History, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Session: 109
Title: ACTION AND CONTEMPLATION IN RELIGIOUS LIFE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 109-a 'Vitae activa, contemplativa et mixta': Dominican Women's Self-Imaging (Language: English)
Rebecca Garber, Department of Modern Languages, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 109-b Cackling Eve, Silent Mary: The Ancrene Wisse as an Adaptation of Eastern Monasticism (Language: English)
Arlene Catherine Hilfer, Department of English, Kent State University, Ohio
Paper 109-c Becoming Mary through Martha's Limits: 'Ancrene Wisse, þe uttre riwle' (Language: English)
Ursula Vones-Liebenstein, Department of History, Universität Köln

Session: 110
Title: JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN SELF-PERCEPTION WITH RESPECT TO EACH OTHER
Organiser: Goldin Simha, Department of Jewish History, Tel-Aviv University
Moderator: Goldin Simha
Paper 110-a The Problem of Jewish 'Goodness' in a Christian World (Language: English)
Willis Johnson, Divinity School, University of Chicago, Illinois
Paper 110-b The Image of Christian Culture in the Historical Consciousness of the Jews in Spain (Language: English)
Ram Ben-Shalom, Open University, Israel
Paper 110-c Ramon Lull: A Different Medieval Perception of the Jews (Language: English)
Chaim Hames, Department of History, Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva

Session: 111
Title: STEPHEN HARDING GETS HIS DUE
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 111-a Stephen Harding and Cistercian Monasticism (Language: English)
H. E. J. Cowdrey, St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 111-b Stephen Harding and Cistercian Manuscripts (Language: English)
Anne E. Lawrence-Mathers, Department of History, University of Reading
Paper 111-c Cantica Canticorum in Stephen Harding's Bible (Language: English)
Hilary Costello, Mount Saint Bernard Abbey, Leicester

Session: 112
Title: CLUNY: TRADITIONS OF HISTORIOGRAPHY, I
Organiser: Barbara Rosenwein, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: Giles Constable, Institute of Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies, Princeton, New Jersey
Paper 112-a L'historiographie française de Cluny aux dix-septième et dix-huitième siècles (Language: Français)
Daniel-Odon Hurel, Groupe de recherche d'histoire, Université de Rouen / École Practique des Hautes Études, Paris
Paper 112-b The French Historiography of Cluny from François Guizot to Georges Duby (Language: English)
Dominique Iogna-Prat, Centre d'Études médiévales, Université de Bourgogne, Auxerre
Paper 112-c The Cluniac Challenge in German Catholic Historiography (Language: English)
Martial Staub, Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte, Göttingen

Session: 113
Title: FEMALE READERS, WOMEN'S LIVES: RELIGIOUS LITERATURE FOR AND ABOUT WOMEN
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sheila Roberts, Department of English, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia
Paper 113-a The Instruction of Eve: Goscelin's Exhortations for a Recluse (Language: English)
Irene van Rossum, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 113-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 113-c St. Augustine on Moral and Spiritual Direction for Women (Language: English)
Shulai Elkatip, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol

Session: 114
Title: CAROLINGIAN EMPERORS AND THE NARRATIVE SOURCES
Sponsor: Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Organiser: Elina Screen, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 114-a The Concept of Kingship in the Early Royal Frankish Annals (Language: English)
Jennifer Davis, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 114-b Louis the Pious and the Astronomer (Language: English)
Hugh Doherty, Christ Church, University of Oxford
Paper 114-c Charles the Fat and the Annals of Fulda (Language: English)
Simon MacLean, Department of History, King's College, University of London

Session: 115
Title: TEACHING MEDIEVAL ENGLISH: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH
Sponsor: Ministry of Education, Sachsen-Anhalt
Organiser: Ingrid Wotschke, Department of English, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Magdeburg
Moderator: Ingrid Wotschke
Paper 115-a Bringing Out the Performative Element in Medieval Literature: Reading Chaucer and Langland (Language: English)
Carole Maddern, Department of English, King's College, University of London
Paper 115-b Converting the Convertible: Fun and Games in the Teaching of Medieval Studies (Language: English)
Robert Webb, London Medieval Society
Paper 115-c Drawing on the Picturesque: Manuscript Illuminations and Images in Medieval Language Contexts (Language: English)
Ingrid Wotschke

Session: 116
Title: REALITIES AND TEXTUALITIES IN OLD FRENCH AND OCCITAN POETRY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ingrid De Pourcq, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 116-a Le château des hommes et le château des femmes dans les romans de Chrétien de Troyes (Language: Français)
Cristina Noacco
Paper 116-b 'Ab nou cor et ab nou talen': Promise of Performance and Promise of Salvation in Raimbaut d'Aurenga (Language: English)
Cristiana Fordyce, Department of Romance Languages, Boston College, Chesnut Hill, Massachusetts
Paper 116-c Epic Imperfection and Collective Need: The Psychology behind the Chanson de Geste (Language: English)
Sara I. James

Session: 117
Title: THEATRE AND THE CULTURE OF COMMERCE IN FIFTEENTH- AND SIXTEENTH-CENTURY URBAN SOCIETY
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama, Toronto
Organisers: Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario and Robert Tittler, Department of History, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec
Moderator: Alexandra F. Johnston, Victoria College, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 117-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 117-b Port Versus City: Traditions of Entertainment in Southampton and Winchester (Language: English)
Peter Greenfield, Department of English, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
Paper 117-c 'Urban Centre' and 'Faire Market Town' in Early-English Entertainment Records (Language: English)
Barbara D. Palmer, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Respondent: John Coldewey, Department of English, University of Washington, Seattle

Session: 118
Title: MUSIC THEORY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 118-a The Harmonics Diagrams Interpolated in the Musica Isisdori (Language: English)
Michel Huglo, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris (Emeritus)

Paper 118-b The Scale-Systems of Early-Western Chant: A Byzantine Hypothesis (Language: English)
John Caldwell, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford
Paper 118-c The Liberal Arts and Music Theory in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Jane Bellingham, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford

Session: 119
Title: DEPOPULATION AND SETTLEMENT CHANGE IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 119-a Origine et évolution d'un village de défrichement, le hameau de Trainecourt, du treizième siècle jusqu'à sa disparition au quinzième siècle (Language: Français)
Marie-Claude Taupin
Paper 119-b Deserted Medieval Village Studies in Ireland (Language: English)
Terry Barry, Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 119-c A Later Medieval and Post-Medieval Village in Bohemia: The Many Dimensions of Changing Settlement Structure (Language: English)
Karel Nováèek, Museum of West Bohemia, Plzeò and Pavel Vaøeka, Insitute for Archaeological Heritage of Central Bohemia, Prague
Paper 119-d Manorial Complex, Church and Village in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Gabor Viragos, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 120
Title: LITERACY
Sponsor: Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Organiser: Andrew P. Roach, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Moderator: Andrew P. Roach
Paper 120-a Men's Work and Women's Work in the Transmission of Literacy (Language: English)
Michael Clanchy
Paper 120-b Pragmatic Literacy in the Anglo-Saxon Period: The Development of Vernacular Boundary Clauses (Language: English)
Kathryn A. Lowe, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 120-c The Peasant as 'Illiterate' in Old French Texts (Language: English)
Jim Simpson, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow

Session: 121
Title: ARITHMETIC AND ACCOUNTING
Organiser: Jens Ulff-Møller, Department of History, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Moderator: Jens Ulff-Møller
Paper 121-a The Furry Forties: Packaging Pelts in Medieval Northern Europe (Language: English)
Roman P. Kovalev, Department of History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and Thomas S. Noonan, Department of History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Paper 121-b Arithmetic and Accounting in the British Isles (Language: English)
Jens Ulff-Møller
Paper 121-c Making Instruments Count: An Iconography (Language: English)
Gerhard K. Helmstaedter, Institute for the History of Science, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt

Session: 122
Title: HOW MEDIEVAL PEOPLE PERCEIVED SETTLEMENT AND LANDSCAPE
(C. 500-1600)
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: John Blair, The Queen's College, University of Oxford
Paper 122-a Saints in Space: Reflections of Settlement and Landscape in Eighth-Century English Literature (Language: English)
Nick Higham, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 122-b Vills, Towns and Members: Medieval Perceptions of Settlements (Language: English)
Chris Dyer
Paper 122-c The Graphic Record: Town and Country in Contemporary Picture-Maps (Language: English)
P. D. A. Harvey, University of Durham (Emeritus)

Session: 123
Title: THE EXPANSION OF AGRARIAN ECONOMY AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE IN THE ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH CENTURIES
Organiser: Frans Theuws, Department of European Archaeology, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Moderator: Frans Theuws
Paper 123-a The Developments of Slavonic Settlements in Central and Eastern Germany in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries (Language: English)
Matthias Hardt, Department of History, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin
Paper 123-b Settlements and the Transformation of the Cultural Landscape in the Southern Netherlands in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries (Language: English)
Frans Theuws
Paper 123-c An Ethnography of Peasant Households and Their Built-up Environs in the High Middle Ages in the Southern Netherlands (Language: English)
T. Huybers, Department of European Archaeology, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Session: 124
Title: WOMEN, COURTS AND POWER, I
Sponsor: IMC Programming Committee
Organiser: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Leslie Brubaker
Paper 124-a Mathematical Mysteries in Byzantium: The Case of Hypatia (Language: English)
Judith Herrin, Centre for Hellenic Studies, King's College, University of London
Paper 124-b Courting Triumph: Do Empresses Have Power? (Language: English)
Liz James, School of European Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton
Paper 124-c Beneventanae: Courts, Cloisters and Codices in the Lombard South (Language: English)
Brigitte Pohl-Resl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 124-d 'Sans honte ni vergogne': Honneur et violence féminine durant la période mérovingienne (Language: Français)
Nira Gradowicz-Pancer, Department of History, University of Haifa

Session: 125
Title: THE FRIARS, NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND HERESY
Sponsor: Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: R. James Long, Department of Philosophy, Fairfield University, Connecticut
Moderator: J. Goering, Centre for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 125-a The Friars and the Origins of Natural Philosophy (Language: English)
Jeremiah M. Hackett, Department of Philosophy, University of South Carolina, Columbia
Paper 125-b Aquinas and the Dominican Response to the Cathars on There Being a Single Principle of Creation (Language: English)
John Inglis, Department of Philosophy, University of Dayton, Ohio
Paper 125-c In the Shadow of Montségur: Peter Olivi, Friar, Natural Philosopher and 'amic de dieu' (Language: English)
Anne Davenport, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 125-d Natural Philosophy and Heresy at Oxford: A Case Study (Language: English)
R. James Long

MONDAY 13 JULY 1998: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 201
Title: ANGLO-SAXON LIFE AND TIMES
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Gale R. Owen-Crocker
Paper 201-a The Bright Warrior: Anglo-Saxon Aesthetics Explored in Burials of the Sixth and Seventh Centuries (Language: English)
Kendra Adema, Department of Anthropology, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario
Paper 201-b Old English Æppel: Synecdoche, Metaphor and Symbol (Language: English)
Kathleen Barrar, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 201-c The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Some Problems of Chronology (Language: English)
Ian Howard, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester

Session: 202
Title: SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER, II: SOCIAL POWER
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam / NWO and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Yoko Hirata, Takachiho University, Tokyo
Paper 202-a Church and Regional Identity in Late Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Christine Senecal, Department of History, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Paper 202-b Piety and Property in Late Anglo-Saxon England: Further Considerations (Language: English)
Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 202-c The 'Moving Forest': The Medieval Legend and Communal Identity of Kent (Language: English)
Hirokazu Tsurushima, Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University

Session: 203
Title: SUITABILITY FOR THE CHRISTIAN FOLD
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 203-a Illegitimacy and Episcopal Investigation in the Thirteenth-Century English Clergy (Language: English)
Laura Wertheimer, Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
Paper 203-b Culture and Ecclesiastical Power: Cathedral Clergy in Late-Medieval Castile (Language: English)
Susana Guijarro, Department of History, Universidad de Cantabria, Santander
Paper 203-c Innocent IV's Concept of the Christian Fold (Language: English)
Susan Martin, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham

Session: 204
Title: THE IMAGE OF LAW AND ORDER
Sponsor: Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Organiser: Axel Bolvig, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Moderator: Axel Bolvig
Paper 204-a Judas' Death in Representations of the Last Judgement (Language: English)
Norbert Schnitzler, Faculty of Philosophy, Technische Universität Chemnitz
Paper 204-b Vidal Mayor: Visualisation of Different Juridical Cases (Language: English)
Gwendollyn Gout Gautoff, Centre des Recherches Historiques, Paris
Paper 204-c The Weighing of Souls as a Mirror of Pro- and Con-Arguments at Courts (Language: English)
Axel Bolvig

Session: 205
Title: ICONOGRAPHIC STUDIES: MEDIEVAL ART AND LITURGY
Organiser: Harriet M. Sonne, Institute of Art History, Københavns Universitet
Moderator: Harriet M. Sonne
Paper 205-a Problems of Interpretation: The Representation of the Baptismal Ritual on Baptismal Fonts (Language: English)
Harriet M. Sonne
Paper 205-b Approaching Liturgy in Time and Place (Language: English)
Rose Walker, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 205-c An Iconology of Presentation and Place: Monumental Sculpture in the Moissac Cloister (Language: English)
Leah Rutchick, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Session: 206
Title: NEW ASPECTS OF CRUSADE STUDIES
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organiser: Peter Edbury, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Moderator: Peter Edbury
Paper 206-a The Logistics of the Naval Contingents for the First Crusade (Language: English)
John Pryor, Department of History, University of Sydney
Paper 206-b The Religious Horizon of the Templars (Language: English)
Anne K. Gilmour-Bryson, Department of History, University of Melbourne
Paper 206-c New Materials for the Study of the Crusades in Iberia (Language: English)
César Domínguez, Department of Spanish Philology, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Session: 207
Title: LAW IN THE AFTERMATH OF MIGRATIONS
Organiser: Paul S. Barnwell, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England, York
Moderator: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 207-a 'Volksrecht', 'Vulgarrecht' and the Leges Barbarorum (Language: English)
Paul S. Barnwell
Paper 207-b The Cuman Law of Hungary (1279): Pagan Customs and Christian Regulation (Language: English)
Nora Berend, St. Catharine's College, University of Cambridge

Session: 208
Title: MEDIEVAL APPROACHES TO THE OTHER WORLD
Sponsor: Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Organiser: Phillipa M. Hardman, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Moderator: Irina Metzler, Department of History, University of Reading
Paper 208-a Dreams and Visions in the Writings of Gregory of Tours (Language: English)
Robert Penkett F.L.G., Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Paper 208-b The Mapping of Chantry Space: Episcopal Chantry Chapels (Language: English)
Angela Stubbs, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Paper 208-c Displaying the Holy Dead in the High Middle Ages (Language: English)
Emma Rogers, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading

Session: 209
Title: FEMALE SPIRITUALITIES IN THE TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH CENTURIES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Barbara J. Newman, Department of English, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Paper 209-a Religious Women and Religious Reform in the Rhineland in the Twelfth Century (Language: English)
Julie Hotchin, Department of History, Monash University, Clayton
Paper 209-b Hildegard and the Speculum Virginum (Language: English)
Constant Mews, Department of History, Monash University, Clayton
Paper 209-c The Making of an Autobiography: Narrative Strategies as Suggestion in The Flowing Light of Divinity (Language: English)
Bettina Bildhauer, Universität Köln

Session: 210
Title: JEWISH SETTLEMENTS IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE: ARCHAEOLOGY, MONUMENTS AND MATERIAL CULTURE, I
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 210-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 210-b The Medieval Jewish Quarter of Regensburg and Its Synagogue: Latest Discoveries (1995-1997) (Language: English)
Silvia Codreanu-Windauer, Bayerisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Regensburg
Paper 210-c Maintenance of Spiritual Traditions: Architecture and Material Culture of the Synagogues of Worms, Mainz , Miltenberg in Archival Photographs (Language: English)
Annette Weber, Jüdisches Museum, Frankfurt-am-Main

Session: 211
Title: THE ABBEY OF CÎTEAUX: THE EVOLUTION OF ITS ARCHITECTURE
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 211-a The Architecture of Early Cîteaux and Its Medieval Transformations (Language: English)
Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 211-b La reconstruction de l'abbaye de Cîteaux aux dix-septième et dix-huitième siècles (Language: Français)
Martine Plouvier, Ministère de la Culture en Picardie, Amiens
Paper 211-c L'abbaye de Cîteaux transformée en phalanstère puis en pénitencier au dix-neuvième siècle (Language: Français)
Cécile Souchon, Archives nationales de France, Paris

Session: 212
Title: CLUNY: TRADITIONS OF HISTORIOGRAPHY, II
Organiser: Barbara Rosenwein, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: Constance Bouchard, Department of History, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio
Paper 212-a Between Progress and Invasion: The Historiography of Cluny in Spain (Language: English)
Patrick Henriet, Department of History, Université de Paris IV, Sorbonne
Paper 212-b La storiagrafia su Cluny in Italia nel ventesimo secolo (Language: Italiano)
Giancarlo Andenna, Faculty of Letters, Università Cattolica di Milano
Paper 212-c The Advantages of Distance: Anglo-American Historiography of Cluny (Language: English)
Barbara Rosenwein

Session: 213
Title: ILLUMINATING LIVES: REPRESENTATIONS OF THE CULT OF SAINTS
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organiser: Kay Brainerd Slocum, Department of History, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio
Moderator: Kay Brainerd Slocum
Paper 213-a Christ the King on the Shrine of the Kings (Language: English)
Genevra Kornbluth, Department of Art, Youngstown State University, Ohio
Paper 213-b Selling Royal Sanctity: Comparing the Vitae of Royal Saints (Language: English)
Emily O'Brien, St. Hugh's College, University of Oxford
Paper 213-c New Dramatic Text and Music in Honour of Saint Thomas of Canterbury (Language: English)
Nils Holger Petersen, Department of Church History, Københavns Universitet

Session: 214
Title: REMEMBERING BUILDINGS
Organisers: Albert Michael de Leeuw, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht and
Deborah Mauskopf Deliyannis, Department of History, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
Moderator: Bonnie Effros, Department of Historical Studies, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Paper 214-a 'Usque hodie': Past and Present in Early-Medieval Historiography (Language: English)
Deborah Mauskopf Deliyannis
Paper 214-b The Hungarians at St. Gall (926) and the Great Fire (937): Stolen Objects and Destroyed Buildings (Language: English)
Albert Michael de Leeuw
Paper 214-c The Memory of Old St. Peter in Rome in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Language: English)
John Burnett Mitchell, School of World Art and Museology, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Session: 215
Title: DEATHS REAL AND DEATHS THREATENED IN SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT
Sponsor: Arthuriana, The Quarterly for Arthurian Studies
Organiser: Bonnie Wheeler, Medieval Studies Programme, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Moderator: P. J. C. Field, Department of English, University College of North Wales, Bangor
Paper 215-a Inscribing the Inevitable: Deathplay as Representation in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Language: English)
Mary Black Vigil, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 215-b Perilous Parallels in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Language: English)
Elizabeth Walsh, Department of English, University of San Diego, California
Paper 215-c Death's Number: Chaos in Fitt III of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Language: English)
Edward I. Condren, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles

Session: 216
Title: FROM FRENCH TO ENGLISH?: THE ROMANCE CONNECTION
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 216-a Thomas Chestre's Narrative Interplay in Sir Launfal (Language: English)
James Weldon, Department of English, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario
Paper 216-b There and Back Again: Re-Examining the Horn Legend's Transformation through Translation (Language: English)
John Ford, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 216-c Allegory in a Mirror: Chaucer's Knight's Tale through the Eyes of Guillaume de Lorris (Language: English)
Delphine Piraprez, Department of English, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 217
Title: CULTURAL EXPRESSION AND CIVIC IDENTITY IN ENGLISH URBAN SOCIETY
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama, Toronto
Organisers: Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario and Robert Tittler, Department of History, Concordia University, Montréal
Moderator: Mark C. Pilkinton, Department of Communication and Theatre, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 217-a Chester: The City as Text (Language: English)
David Mills, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Liverpool
Paper 217-b Culture, Civic Pride and Politics in Coventry and the Midlands (Language: English)
Alan Somerset, Department of English, University of Western Ontario, London
Paper 217-c Conceptualising the Identity of Great Yarmouth: The Historical Vision of Henry Manship (Language: English)
Robert Tittler
Respondent: Michael Berlin, Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research, London

Session: 218
Title: REGIONAL TRADITIONS OF CHANT AND LITURGY
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 218-a The Early Liturgical Manuscripts of the Abbeys of Ghent (Language: English)
Barbara Haggh, College of Music, University of North Texas, Denton

Paper 218-b The Stational Liturgy of Late Byzantine Thessalonica (Language: English)
Alexander Lingas, University of Oxford
Paper 218-c The Gregorian Chant Tradition in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Franciscan Influence (Language: English)
Jonas Vilimas, Lithuanian Academy of Music, Vilnius Session: 219
Title: THE USES OF USURY: THE ROLE OF PETTY MONEY LENDING IN MEDIEVAL LUCCA (1250-1500)
Organiser: Thomas W. Blomquist, Department of History, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb
Moderator: Duane J. Osheim, Department of History, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Paper 219-a Usury in the Fifteenth-Century Lucchesia: Images of the Petty Money-Lender (Language: English)
Michael E. Bratchel, Department of History, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
Paper 219-b Proceedings against Usury in the Court of Bishop Nicolao Guinigi (1394-1435) (Language: English)
Christine Meek, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 219-c The Uses of Usury in the Countryside: Petty Money-Lending in Thirteenth-Century Lucchesia (Language: English)
Thomas W. Blomquist

Session: 220
Title: SPACE, STRUCTURE AND SOCIETY: MEDIEVAL BUILDINGS AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Sponsor: Department of Archaeology, University of York
Organiser: Katherine Giles, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Moderator: Jane Grenville, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 220-a An Archaeology of Power: The Castles of King John and Henry III (Language: English)
Jonathan Clark, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 220-b An Archaeology of Hospitality: Visitors' Buildings on Monastic Sites (Language: English)
Rochelle Rowell, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 220-c An Archaeology of Social Identity: York's Medieval Guildhalls (Language: English)
Katherine Giles

Session: 221
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL MINING AND SMELTING IN THE HARZ MOUNTAINS, I
Sponsor: Institut für Denkmalpflege, Hannover / Historisches Seminar, Universität Gesamthochschule, Siegen
Organisers: Harald Witthöft, Department of History, Universität-Gesamthochschule, Siegen and Lothar Klappauf, Institut für Denkmalpflege, Stützpunkt Harzarchäologie, Goslar
Moderator: Harald Witthöft
Paper 221-a Studies in the Development and Structure of Early Metal Production (Language: English)
Lothar Klappauf
Paper 221-b Findings Concerning the Environmental History of the Harz Mountains: Utilisation of Mineral and Vegetal Resources (Language: English)
Matthias Deicke, Institut für Denkmalpflege, Stützpunkt Harzarchäologie, Goslar and Ulrich Willerding, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen
Paper 221-c Markets and Trade, Land Routes and Waterways in the Harz Region (Language: English)
Andreas Bingener, Department of History, Universität-Gesamthochschule, Siegen

Session: 222
Title: SETTLEMENT FORMATION: NUCLEATED VILLAGES AND PLANNED TOWNS
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Glenn Foard, Northamptonshire County Council, Northampton
Paper 222-a Minster Churches and Settlement Formation in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
John Blair, The Queen's College, University of Oxford
Paper 222-b Villages and Towns in the North-East of England (Language: English)
Robin Daniels, Tees Archaeology Service, Hartlepool
Paper 222-c Taking Measures across the Medieval Landscape: Settlement Design before the Renaissance (Language: English)
Keith Lilley, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 223
Title: MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT IN SLOVENIA, I: URBAN SETTLEMENTS AND TRADE
Organiser: Philip Mason, Zavod za Varstvo, Naravne in Kulturne Dedišcine, Novo Mesto
Moderator: Miha Kosipryor, Institute of History, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana
Paper 223-a The Influence of Communications and Trade on the Development of Medieval Towns in Slovenia (Language: English)
Miha Kosipryor, Institute of History, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana
Paper 223-b Crnomelj: The Development of a Medieval Small Town (Language: English)
Philip Mason
Paper 223-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 224
Title: WOMEN, COURTS AND POWER, II
Sponsor: IMC Programming Committee
Organiser: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Liz James, School of European Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton
Paper 224-a Courtly Projections: Coin Portraits of Byzantine Empresses from the Fourth to the Twelfth Centuries (Language: English)
Leslie Brubaker
Paper 224-b Women at the Carolingian Court (Language: English)
Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 224-c The Testament of the Queen (Language: English)
Cristina La Rocca, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Padova

Session: 225
Title: SENTENCE COMMENTARIES
Sponsor: Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Organisers: Daniel J. Nodes, Graduate Liberal Studies, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota and James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: R. James Long, Department of Philosophy, Fairfield University, Connecticut
Paper 225-a The Doctrine of the Agent and Possible Intellects in Commentaries on the Sentences (Language: English)
Timothy Noone, Department of Philosophy, Catholic University of America, Washington DC
Paper 225-b The Origin and Order of the Soul's Faculties According to Egidio of Viterbo (Language: English)
Daniel J. Nodes
Paper 225-c A Sacrament of the Old Law: Circumcision in Commentaries on the Sentences (Language: English)
Thomas Izbicki, Eisenhower Library, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

MONDAY 13 JULY 1998: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 301
Title: ONLY CONNECT: OLD ENGLISH POETRY IN ITS WIDER CONTEXT
Sponsor: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Organiser: Maria Amelia Fraga Fuentes, Department of English and Germanic Philology, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Moderator: Joyce Hill, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 301-a Sorrowful Tribute in Maldon and the Welsh Prophecy of Britain (Language: English)
Andrew Breeze, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad de Navarre, Pamplona
Paper 301-b The Moralistic Strain of Old English Elegies and Two Thirteenth-Century Lyrics (Language: English)
Maria Amelia Fraga Fuentes
Paper 301-c On the Editing of Adverbial Clauses in Old English Poetry (Language: English)
Luis Iglesias-Rábade, Department of English and German Philology, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Session: 302
Title: SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER, III: A REGIONAL COMPARISON
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam / NWO and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 302-a Count and Feudalism in Flanders during the High Middle Ages: Law as an Instrument of Power (Language: English)
Dirk Heirbaut, Department of Legal History, Rijksuniversiteit Gent
Paper 302-b Governing Brabant: The Duke, His Household and His Court (1100-1350) (Language: English)
Godfried Croenen, Department of French, University of Liverpool
Paper 302-c Ruler in His Realm?: Duke, Aristocracy and Monasteries in Twelfth-Century Northern Brabant (Language: English)
Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld

Session: 303
Title: URBAN ELITES AND ECCLESIASTICAL SOCIETIES
Sponsor: Universidade do Minho, Braga
Organiser: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Moderator: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Paper 303-a The Canons of the Cathedrals and Collegiate Churches as an Urban Elite (Language: English)
Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Paper 303-b The Local Society and the Chapter of the See of Braga in the Thirteenth Century (Language: English)
Maria Antonieta Costa, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Paper 303-c Braga Canons in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Anabela Fernandes, Universidade do Minho, Braga

Session: 304
Title: IMAGES OF WOMEN
Sponsor: Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Organiser: Axel Bolvig, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Moderator: Axel Bolvig
Paper 304-a Wild Woman in Late-Medieval Prints (Language: English)
Christa Grössinger, Department of Art History and Archaeology, University of Manchester
Paper 304-b The Interrelationship between Women and the Devil in Danish Wallpaintings (Language: English)
Annedorte Vad, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 304-c A Distant Chorus: The Woman as Outsider in Welsh Folklore (Language: English)
Juliette Wood, University of Oxford

Session: 305
Title: PROBLEMS IN ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Thomas Hensel, Department of Art History, Universität Hamburg
Paper 305-a Reading Parables in Romanesque France: Re-considering the Wise and Foolish Virgins (Language: English)
Pamela Loos-Noji, Independent Scholar
Paper 305-b Asymmetry in Portal Placement: The Question of Re-Use in the South Portal of Notre-Dame de Donnemarie-en-Montois (Language: English)
Evelyn S. Lane, Department of Art, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts

Session: 306
Title: GOVERNMENT AND LEGAL PRESCRIPTIONS IN THE MILITARY ORDERS, TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH CENTURIES
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organiser: Rudolf Hiestand, Department of History, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Moderator: Rudolf Hiestand
Paper 306-a The Case of the Order of St. Lazarus (Language: English)
Kay Peter Jankrift, Institute for Theory and History of Medicine, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 306-b The Case of the Order of the Temple (Language: English)
Jochen Burgtorf, Department of History, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 306-c Internal Government in the Spanish Military Orders (Language: English)
Maria Cristina Almeida e Cunha, Faculdade de Letras, Universidade do Porto

Session: 307
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: BISHOPS AND POLITICS, I
Organisers: Elina Screen, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge and Laurent Terrade, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge / Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Moderator: Stuart Airlie, Department of Medieval History, University of Glasgow
Paper 307-a Bishops and Their Enemies in Seventh- and Eighth-Century Francia (Language: English)
Paul Fouracre, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
Paper 307-b Bishops at the Courts of Charlemagne and Charles the Bald: Some Comparisons (Language: English)
Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 307-c Between Court and Region: Bishops and Political Identities on the Eastern Fringes of the Frankish Empire (Language: English)
Matthew J. Innes, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham

Session: 308
Title: HONOUR IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of Mediaeval History, St. Andrews / Haskins Society
Organiser: John Hudson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Moderator: David Bates, Department of Medieval History, University of Glasgow
Paper 308-a Gender and Honour in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Julia M. H. Smith, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Paper 308-b Hospitality and Honour in Twelfth-Century England (Language: English)
Julie Kerr, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Paper 308-c Counsel and Honour in Twelfth-Century England (Language: English)
John Hudson

Session: 309
Title: PRIESTS, CONFESSORS AND SPIRITUAL FRIENDS: MALE INFLUENCE ON FEMALE SPIRITUALITY (TWELFTH - FOURTEENTH CENTURIES)
Organisers: Elisabeth Bos, Newnham College, University of Cambridge and Fiona Griffiths, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Constant Mews, Department of History, Monash University, Clayton
Paper 309-a Expectations for the Conduct of Women's Spiritual Lives: An Examination of Personal Relationships between Men and Women (Language: English)
Elisabeth Bos
Paper 309-b The Rhetoric of Inferiority: Women and Divine Inspiration (Language: English)
Fiona Griffiths
Paper 309-c St. Bridget of Sweden and the Popes (Language: English)
Arne Jönsson, Department of Classics, Lunds Universitet

Session: 310
Title: MEDIEVAL JEWISH WOMEN AS VIEWED BY MEN
Organiser: Goldin Simha, Department of Jewish History, Tel-Aviv University
Moderator: Willis Johnson, Divinity School, University of Chicago, Illinois
Paper 310-a Medieval Jewish Women as Viewed by Men (Language: English)
Goldin Simha
Paper 310-b Jewish Women as Viewed by Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Rabbis (Language: English)
Ruth Lamdan, Department of Jewish History, Tel-Aviv University
Paper 310-c Image as Polemic: The Depiction of Women in Italian Jewish Literature as a Reaction against Their Social and Religious Activities (Language: English)
Howard Tzvi Adelman, Kaye College, Beersheva

Session: 311
Title: THE ABBEY OF CÎTEAUX: MANUSCRIPTS, BOOKS AND LIBRARIES
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 311-a First Among Equals or One Among Many?: The Library of the Abbey of Cîteaux in the Fifteenth Century (Language: English)
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 311-b La restauration de la bibliothèque (1509) de l'abbaye de Cîteaux (Language: Français)
Eric Pallot, Monuments Historiques, Côte-d'Or
Paper 311-c Cyber-Scriptorium: L'avenir des manuscrits de Cîteaux (Language: Français)
André-Pierre Syren, Bibliothèque municipale de Dijon

Session: 312
Title: RECONSTRUCTING THE CALABRIAN PAST: THE HERITAGE OF VIVARIUM
Sponsor: Societas Internationalis pro Vivario
Organiser: Luciana Cuppo Csaki, City University of New York
Moderator: Fabio Troncarelli, Department of Palaeography, Università della Tuscia, Viterbo
Paper 312-a An Archaeologist's View: A Late-Antique Sarcophagus and Glass Artefacts from Scolacium /Squillace (Language: English)
Agnes Bencze, University of Budapest
Paper 312-b A Work of Petrus Tripolitanus Known at Vivarium (Language: English)
Luciana Cuppo Csaki
Paper 312-c A Manuscript from Vivarium?: The Evidence of Voss. Lat. Q. 9 (Language: Italiano)
Pietro de Leo, Università della Calabria, Cosenza
Respondent: Fabio Troncarelli, Department of Palaeography, Università della Tuscia, Viterbo

Session: 313
Title: MEDIEVAL MYSTICISM: AUTHORS AND DISCOURSES
Organiser: Denis Renevey, Department of English, Université de Fribourg
Moderator: Denis Renevey
Paper 313-a The Author of the Cloud of Unknowing: Medieval Anonymity and the Post-Structural Death of the Author (Language: English)
Nike Kocijancic-Pokorn, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Filozofska Fakulteta, Ljubljana
Paper 313-b Visionary Discourse: Julian of Norwich and Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou, Department of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Session: 314
Title: THE NORMANS IN ITALY: NEW APPROACHES TO HISTORIOGRAPHICAL AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Sponsor: School of History, University of Leeds
Organiser: Graham A. Loud, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Graham A. Loud
Paper 314-a Reading Amatus of Montecassino (Language: English)
Errico Cuozzo, Department of History, Università degli Studi Federico II, Napoli
Paper 314-b For a New Stemma of the Annales of Lupus Protospatharius (Language: English)
Edoardo D'Angelo, Department of Classics, Università degli Studi Federico II, Napoli
Paper 314-c Knighthood and Nobility in Norman Southern Italy (Language: English)
Joanna H. Drell, Department of History, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York

Session: 315
Title: EDITING MALORY
Sponsor: Arthuriana, The Quarterly for Arthurian Studies
Organiser: Bonnie Wheeler, Medieval Studies Programme, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Moderator: Edward I. Condren, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 315-a Malory and His Scribes (Language: English)
P. J. C. Field, Department of English, University College of North Wales, Bangor
Paper 315-b William Matthews and the Case for Caxton (Language: English)
Robert L. Kindrick, University of Montana, Missoula
Paper 315-c Working with the Winchester Manuscript (Language: English)
Helen Cooper, University College, University of Oxford

Session: 316
Title: SOURCES, GLOSSES AND ILLUMINATION(S): FROM ENCYCLOPAEDIC READINGS OF THE CLASSICS TO DEVOTIONAL GLOSSES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers, Saltaire
Paper 316-a Macrobius's Treatment of Latin Sources in the Commentary on the Dream of Scipio (Language: English)
Maya S. Petroff, Institute of World History, Moscow
Paper 316-b Carolingian Glosses on Prudentius' Psychomachia: The Sources Used (Language: English)
Sinead O'Sullivan, St. Anne's College, University of Oxford
Paper 316-c 'Notez bien cecy car il est subtil': Notes Outlining the Parameters of Identity and Negation in Musée Condé MS F XIV 26, Marguerite Porete's 'Mirror of Simple Souls' (Language: English)
Norman Klassen, Department of English and Modern Languages, Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia
Paper 316-d Commenting the Commentaries: Medieval Thinkers on Aristotle's Work on the Motion of Animals (Language: English)
Pieter De Leemans, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 317
Title: CULTURAL ROLES OF PARISH AND LIVERY COMPANIES IN TUDOR LONDON
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama, Toronto
Organisers: Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario and Robert Tittler, Department of History, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec
Moderator: Vanessa Harding, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 317-a Urban Cultures and Religious Reforms: Parochial Music in London and Westminster (c. 1500-1600) (Language: English)
Fiona Kisby, Department of Music, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 317-b The Guild of Jesus and the Incorporation of the Stationers' Company in 1557 (Language: English)
Ian Gadd, Pembroke College, University of Oxford
Paper 317-c London Trade Guilds and Provincial Education (c. 1490-1640) (Language: English)
Joseph P. Ward, Department of History, University of Mississippi
Respondent: Bärbel Brodt, German Historical Institute, London

Session: 318
Title: MUSIC, ANALYSIS, SOURCES AND THEORY IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 318-a Ambitus and Polyphonic Modality in the Fourteenth Century (Language: English)
William Mahrt, Department of Music, Stanford University, California
Paper 318-b The Motet Fascicle of Turin, Varia 42: A Fourteenth-Century Witness to Music of the Thirteenth-Century 'Antiqui' (Language: English)
Mary Wolinski, Department of Music, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green
Paper 318-c A Proposal for the Reconstruction of Philippe de Vitry's Ars Nova (Language: Engliish)
John Gray, University of Colorado, Boulder

Session: 319
Title: LABOUR, MOBILITY AND THE MARKET: THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY RECONSIDERED
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 319-a Measuring the Immeasurable: Quantifying Subjective Qualities by Price in the Marketplace of the Fourteenth Century (Language: English)
Joel Kaye, Department of History, Barnard College, New York
Paper 319-b Commercial Relations Between Tuscany and Lusignan Cyprus (Language: English)
Nicholas Coureas, Cyprus Research Centrum, Nicosia

Paper 319-c 'Famuli' on the Abbot of St. Edmunds' Estate (1335-1390) (Language: English)
David W. Routt, Department of History, Colgate University, New York

Session: 320
Title: ARCHAEOLOGY AND URBAN SETTLEMENT
Sponsor: Society for Medieval Archaeology
Organiser: David A. Hinton, Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton
Moderator: Martin Biddle, Hertford College, University of Oxford
Paper 320-a Archaeology: The Material Record (Language: English)
John Schofield, Museum of London Archaeological Service
Paper 320-b Newcastle-upon-Tyne and its Context: A Case Study from English Heritage's Urban Strategy Project (Language: English)
C. P. Graves, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham
Paper 320-c Rise and Fall: Thetford's Place amongst the Towns of East Anglia (Language: English)
Philip Andrews, Trust for Wessex Archaeology, Salisbury

Session: 321
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL MINING AND SMELTING IN THE HARZ MOUNTAINS, II
Sponsor: Institut für Denkmalpflege, Hannover / Historisches Seminar, Universität Gesamthochschule, Siegen
Organisers: Harald Witthöft, Department of History, Universität-Gesamthochschule, Siegen and Lothar Klappauf, Institut für Denkmalpflege, Stützpunkt Harzarchäologie, Goslar
Moderator: Lothar Klappauf
Paper 321-a Archaeological Survey of Monuments of Early Mining and Smelting (Language: Deutsch)
F. A. Linke, Institut für Denkmalpflege, Stützpunkt Harzarchäologie, Goslar
Paper 321-b Early Copper, Lead and Silver Production Processes (Language: Deutsch)
Wolfgang Brockner, Institut für Anorganische und Analytische Chemie, Technische Universität, Clausthal
Paper 321-c Early Mining and Smelting: Results and Historical Perspectives (Language: English)
Harald Witthöft
Paper 321-d Computerised Measuring Techniques Applied to Late-Medieval Mining Architecture and Archaeological Remains (Language: English)
Friedrich Balck, Institute for Applied Physics, Technische Universität, Clausthal-Zellerfeld
Paper 321-e Characterisation of Archaeometallurgical Remains - A Poster
Karin Hegerhorst, Institut für Anorganische und Analytische Chemie, Technische Universität Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld

Session: 322
Title: SEASONAL SETTLEMENT
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Robin Daniels, Tees Archaeology Service, Hartlepool
Paper 322-a Seasonal Settlement into Permanent Settlement: A Critical View of the Evidence from Lowland England (Language: English)
Mark Gardiner, School of Geosciences, The Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 322-b Seasonal Settlement in Northern England and the Scottish Borders (Language: English)
Angus Winchester, Department of History, University of Lancaster
Paper 322-c Getting Away from It All?: Shieling Practices in Highland Scotland (Language: English)
Janet Hooper, Department of Archaeology, University of Glasgow

Session: 323
Title: MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT IN SLOVENIA, II: RURAL SETTLEMENT
Organiser: Philip Mason, Zavod za Varstvo, Naravne in Kulturne Dedišcine, Novo Mesto
Moderator: Philip Mason
Paper 323-a Medieval Settlement on the Styrian and Hungarian Border in North-East Slovenia (Language: English)
Boris Hajdinjak, Maribor Gymnasium
Paper 323-b Migration of Bavarian Nobility into the Historical Slovenian Lands, and the Change of Lordship and Economic Structures in the High Middle Ages (Language: English)
Andrej Komac, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 323-c Medieval Colonisation in Carantania (Language: English)
Janez Peršic, Filozofska Fakulteta, Ljubljana

Session: 324
Title: PHYSICAL AND CULTURAL SETTLEMENT IN MEDIEVAL IBERIA
Organiser: Erik Ekman, Department of Romance Languages, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Moderator: Therisa La Claire Rogers, Department of Near East Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 324-a Settlement of the Arabs in Spain after the Islamic Conquest (Language: English)
Dimitrij Mishin, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 324-b The Political and Military Role of Guilds in Towns Re-Conquered by Christians in Spain (Language: English)
Svetlana Nikitina, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 324-c Pilgrimage and Settlement in Medieval Spain (Language: English)
Ana Maria Anderson, Department of Romance Languages, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Paper 324-d The Mythic Settlement of the Iberian Peninsula in Thirteenth-Century Castile (Language: English)
Erik Ekman

Session: 325
Title: LATER MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY OF MIND
Organiser: Calvin G. Normore, Erindale College, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Ian Richard Netton, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 325-a Self-Knowledge and the Disembodied Soul: A Problem from Aquinas (Language: English)
Carl N. Still, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
Paper 325-b Giles of Rome on the Will (Language: English)
Peter Eardley, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 325-c Realism, Conventionalism, and William of Ockham (Language: English)
Sharon Kaye, Department of Philosophy, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia

MONDAY 13 JULY 1998: 19.30 - 20.30

Keynote Lecture: 326
Welcome: Alan Wilson, Vice-Chancellor, University of Leeds
Title: 1948: ANNUS MIRABILIS
Speakers: Maurice Beresford, Professor of Economic History, University of Leeds (Emeritus) and John Hurst, Assistant Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments, English Heritage (Retired)
Introduction: Joyce Hill, Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Leeds

TUESDAY 14 JULY 1998: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 401
Title: JUST DES(S)ERTS: WASTED LANDS AND WASTED LIVES IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Organiser: Jennifer Neville, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Jennifer Neville
Paper 401-a Beowulf and the Locus of the Monster (Language: English)
Manish Sharma, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies, University of Cambridge
Paper 401-b Darkness Visible: Lucifer as Light-Bearer in Genesis B (Language: English)
Janie Steen, Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge
Paper 401-c 'And then the King sent again for Wulfbald': A Tenth-Century Family Feud? (Language: English)
Sean Miller, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 401-d The Unpleasant Inhabitants of the Arabian Deserts (Language: English)
Katharine L. Scarfe Beckett, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge

Session: 402
Title: SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER, IV: AUTHORITY, IMAGE AND RITUAL
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam / NWO and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld
Paper 402-a Execution by Sword and the Right to Wield the Sword of Justice: Images of Temporal Authority at St. Madeleine of Vézelay (Language: English)
Kristin M. Sazama, Independent Scholar, Paris
Paper 402-b The Humiliation of Saints: A Psychological Approach (Language: English)
Rudi E. Künzel, Department of History, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 402-c Rituals of Reconciliation in Pre-Courtois Society (Language: English)
H. B. Teunis

Session: 403
Title: LOCAL CHURCHES AND THE PAPACY IN NORTHERN EUROPE IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES, I
Organisers: Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht and Per Ingesman, Department of Church History, Aarhus Universitet
Moderator: Bram van den Hoven van Genderen
Paper 403-a A Survey of Recent Research (Language: English)
Bram van den Hoven van Genderen and Per Ingesman
Paper 403-b Proctors Acting for English Petitioners in the Papal Court during the Great Schism (Language: English)
Patrick Zutshi, Cambridge University Library
Paper 403-c Fifteenth-Century Cases of Appeals from the Province of Armagh to the Apostolic See (Language: English)
Mario Alberto Sughi, Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, Dublin

Session: 404
Title: THE ROYAL RUB: CONTEXTUALISING STYLE AND SUBSTANCE IN WORKS FROM FRANCE (1100-1550), I
Organiser: Laura D. Gelfand, Mary Schiller Myers School of Art, University of Akron, Ohio
Moderator: Laura D. Gelfand
Paper 404-a The Hand that Severs and the Severed Hand: Sculptural Evidence for the 'Mountain People's' Defeat in Auvergne (Language: English)
Avital Heyman, Levinsky College of Education, Tel-Aviv
Paper 404-b The Jesse Tree Window as an Image of Royal Presence (Language: English)
Jacqueline A. Frank, Department of Art, Long Island University, Brookville, New York
Paper 404-c Symbolising Capetian Power: The Importance of Early-Medieval (Re)Urbanisation in Senlis and Paris as Manifestations of Royal Authority (Language: English)
Madeline L. Cohen, Department of Art, Community College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Session: 405
Title: 'SO MANY DEEDS OF DERRING-DO': A. KINGSLEY PORTER AND THE MIDDLE AGES, I
Organiser: Janice Mann, Department of Art, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Moderator: Janice Mann
Paper 405-a In the Shadow of the Sidhe: Hibernian Alterity and A. K. Porter's Crosses and Culture of Ireland (Language: English)
Carol Neuman de Vegvar, Department of Fine Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware
Paper 405-b A. K. Porter, Medieval Architecure and the Education of Architects in Early Twentieth-Century America (Language: English)
Lisa Reilly, Department of Architectural History, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Paper 405-c A. K. Porter: Wartime Medievalist (Language: English)
Martin Perschler, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Session: 406
Title: ORGANISATION AND DIRECTION OF THE SECOND CRUSADE
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organisers: Martin Hoch, Department of History, Universität Duisburg and Jonathan Phillips, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Alan V. Murray, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 406-a Albert of Aachen, St. Bernard and the Second Crusade (Language: English)
Susan B. Edgington, Huntingdonshire Regional College, Huntingdon
Paper 406-b The Papacy and the Second Crusade (Language: English)
Rudolf Hiestand, Department of History, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 406-c Germany and the Second Crusade (Language: English)
Jonathan Phillips

Session: 407
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: BISHOPS AND POLITICS, II
Organisers: Elina Screen, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge and Laurent Terrade, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge / Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Moderator: Huguette Taviani-Carozzi, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Paper 407-a An Ecclesiastical Lordship on a Political and Ecclesiastical Frontier: The Archbishops of Ravenna (c. 666-962) (Language: English)
Thomas S. Brown, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 407-b Holiness, Legitimacy and Continuity: Bishops and Dukes in Conflict in Eighth- and Ninth-Century Naples (Language: English)
Thomas Granier, Department of History, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Paper 407-c Between Centre and Periphery: The Power of Bishops in the Early Anglo-Saxon Church (Language: English)
Simon J. Coates, Department of History, King's College, University of London

Session: 408
Title: VIRTUES AND VICES: MORAL PRECEPTS OR SECULAR PROPAGANDA
Organiser: Carol M. Chattaway, Department of History, University College, University of London
Moderator: David L. d'Avray, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 408-a Use of Virtues and Vices Allegory in Ramòn Llull's Encyclopedic Novel Felix or the Book of Marvels (Language: English)
Davide Brancaleone, The Warburg Institute, University of London
Paper 408-b The Treatise on Virtues and Vices: A Mirror of Venetian Citizens (Language: English)
Hilary Siddons, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 408-c Propaganda or Placation?: Philip the Bold's Gift of a Tapestry of the Virtues and Vices to Richard II (Language: English)
Carol M. Chattaway

Session: 409
Title: CONSTRUCTING FEMALE SPIRITUALITY: RULES AND IDENTITIES FOR RELIGIOUS WOMEN
Sponsor: Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Organiser: Andrew P. Roach, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Moderator: Andrew P. Roach
Paper 409-a The Construction of Female Religious Life and Rules for Nuns in Sixth- and Seventh-Century Europe (Language: English)
Marilyn Dunn, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 409-b A Sex Apart?: Virginity and Gender Identity in Hali Meiðhad (Language: English)
Anke Bernau, Department of English, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 409-c 'Cloistered' Community: Monastic Settlement of the Female Religious in Thirteenth-Century Italy (Language: English)
Lily Mo, Department of Medieval History, University of Glasgow

Session: 410
Title: JEWISH SETTLEMENTS IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE: ARCHAEOLOGY, MONUMENTS AND MATERIAL CULTURE, II
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 410-a The Jewish Community in Vienna in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Klaus Lohrmann, Institute for Jewish History, St. Poelten
Paper 410-b Old and New Jewish Settlement in Central and North Italy from the Thirteenth to the Fifteenth Centuries: Archival Sources and Archaeological Evidence (Language: English)
Alessandra Veronese, Department of Medieval Studies, Universitá di Pisa
Paper 410-c Beyond the Fringe or Beyond the Pale?: Stumbling towards an Archaeology of Medieval Anglo-Jewry through an Archaeology of Praxis (Language: English)
Raphael Isserlin, English Heritage, Porthmouth

Session: 411
Title: EARLY CISTERCIAN SETTLEMENTS IN ENGLAND, I
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Derek Baker, Department of History, University of North Texas, Denton
Paper 411-a The Earliest Cistercian Buildings in England (Language: English)
Glyn Coppack, English Heritage, Northampton
Paper 411-b Rievaulx Abbey: The Early Years (Language: English)
Janet Burton, Department of History, University of Wales, Lampeter
Paper 411-c Architectural Boundaries?: Spatial Relations between Monks and Lay Brothers in Cistercian Houses in Yorkshire (c. 1132-1200) (Language: English)
Markus Späth, Universität Hamburg / Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg

Session: 412
Title: SPIRITUAL HAVENS IN THE SECULAR WORLD: BRITISH MONASTERIES IN THE MEDIEVAL LANDSCAPE, I
Sponsor: Monastic Research Bulletin, Borthwick Institute, University of York
Organisers: James G. Clark, St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford and Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: David M. Smith, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, University of York
Paper 412-a Monastic Cells and Dependent Priories in Late-Medieval England (Language: English)
Peter Cunich, Department of History, University of Hong Kong
Paper 412-b Guidance and Direction in the Books Used in Pre-Reformation English Nunneries (Language: English)
Yvonne Parrey, Australian National University, Canberra
Paper 412-c Encounters between Monks and Laity: The Problem of Shrines within the Monastic Enclosure (Language: English)
Re Ben Nilson, Okanagan University College, Kelowna, British Columbia

Session: 413
Title: LITURGY AND HAGIOGRAPHY
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organiser: Kay Brainerd Slocum, Department of History, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio
Moderator: Kay Brainerd Slocum
Paper 413-a The Officia Propria of the Ghent Abbeys of St. Bavo and St. Peter (Language: English)
Barbara Haggh, College of Music, University of North Texas, Denton
Paper 413-b The Codex Calixtinus and Historiae of St. James in Spain and France (Language: English)
Vincent Corrigan, College of Musical Arts, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
Paper 413-c 'Iubilei sacro misterio': Prophetic Themes in the Office for the Translation of Thomas Becket (Language: English)
Kay Brainerd Slocum

Session: 414
Title: COMPETING CONCEPTIONS OF HISTORY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Deborah Mauskopf Deliyannis, Department of History, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
Paper 414-a Who Belongs to History?: Two Franciscan Answers (Language: English)
Mikko Piippo, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 414-b Die Anfänge des böhmischen Staats in der mittelalterlichen Geschichtsschreibung (Language: Deutsch)
Marie Bláhová, Department of the Auxiliary Sciences of History, Charles University, Prague
Paper 414-c The Conception of History of the Danish Early Humanists (Language: English)
Johan R. M. Jensen, Department of History, Københavns Universitet

Session: 415
Title: VIOLENCE AND VIOLATION: NEGOTIATING POLITICAL CONFLICT IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLISH TEXTS
Organiser: Nancy Bradley Warren, Department of English, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Moderator: Sylvia Federico, Department of English, Washington State University, Richland
Paper 415-a Writing Taboo: Cannabalism and Protonationalism in Richard Coer de Lion (Language: English)
Alan S. Ambrisco, Department of English, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 415-b Holy Wars: Religious Texts and Political Conflict in Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century England (Language: English)
Nancy Bradley Warren
Paper 415-c 'O Servant Traytour': The Merchant's Tale and Ricardian Misrule (Language: English)
Michael Hanrahan, Department of English, Heritage College, Toppenish, Washington

Session: 416
Title: CANCIONERO: SENTIMENTAL ROMANCE AND COURT SOCIETY
Organiser: Louise M. Haywood, Department of Spanish, University of St. Andrews
Moderator: Louise M. Haywood
Paper 416-a The Cancionero de Valencia, the Questión de amor and the Last Medieval Courts of Love (Language: English)
Nancy Marino, Department of Romance Languages, Michigan State University, East Lansing
Paper 416-b El varón que finge voz de mujer en la poesía cancioneril y otros géneros contemporáneos (Language: Español)
Vincenta Blay Manzanera, Department of Spanish, Universidad de Valencia
Paper 416-c Court Spectacle and Spanish Sentimental Romance (Language: English)
Louise M. Haywood

Session: 417
Title: CULTURAL EXPRESSION AND CIVIC PRIDE IN LONDON
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama, Toronto
Organisers: Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario and Robert Tittler, Department of History, Concordia University, Montréal
Moderator: Sally-Beth MacLean
Paper 417-a London Pride: Citizenship and Early Fourteenth-Century Custumals of the City of London (Language: English)
Deborah O'Brien, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 417-b Corpus Christi in the City (Language: English)
Sheila Lindenbaum, Department of English, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 417-c London Water Shows to 1558 (Language: English)
Anne Lancashire, Department of English, University of Toronto, Ontario
Respondent: Caroline M. Barron, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 418
Title: THE ANALYSIS AND TRANSMISSION OF CHANT
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 418-a Antiphons in the First Mode (Language: English)
Eva Rungwald, Department of Medieval Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Paper 418-b 'In columbe': A Study of Eleventh-Century Tract Transmission (Language: English)
Emma Hornby, Worcester College, University of Oxford
Paper 418-c The Transmission of the Alleluia Prosula (Language: English)
Peter Wilton, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 419
Title: THE HUMI PROJECT: DIGITAL ARCHIVING FOR THE HUMANITIES
Sponsor: The HUMI Project, Tokyo
Organiser: Andrew J. L. Armour, Faculty of Letters, Keio University, Tokyo
Moderator: Andrew J. L. Armour
Paper 419-a The Digitization of the Incunabula Edition of Vincent of Beauvais' Speculum maius: An Interim Report (Language: English)
Takami Matsuda, Faculty of Letters, Keio University, Tokyo

Paper 419-b An Interim Report on the Digital Imaging of Early Books (Language: English)
Shigeaki Iwai, Faculty of Letters, Keio University, Tokyo
Paper 419-c Integration and Interface: Recasting the Digital Manuscript (Language: English)
Andrew J. L. Armour

Session: 420
Title: DIALECT AND TEXT PRODUCTION IN LATE-MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Middle English Grammar Project
Organiser: Merja Black, Institute of Foreign Languages, Stavanger College, Stavanger
Moderator: Kathryn A. Lowe, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 420-a The Elaboration of English: The Function of the Vernacular in Late-Medieval England (Language: English)
Jeremy Smith, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 420-b Middle English in Medical Books (Language: English)
Claire Jones, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 420-c The 'Central Midland Standard' and the Beginnings of English Academic Prose (Language: English)
Merja Black

Session: 421
Title: MEDIEVAL SCIENCE AND THE HUMANITIES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Gregg deYoung, Department of Science, American University, Cairo
Paper 421-a Adelard of Bath and the Golden Section (Language: English)
Louise Cochrane, Society for History of Medieval Technology and Science
Paper 421-b Using the Astrolabe as a Guide to Chaucer's Meaning in Two Canterbury Tales Cruxes (Language: English)
Marijane Osborn, Department of English, University of California, Davis
Paper 421-c WITHDRAWN
Paper 421-d Maimonides' View on Astrology: Inconclusive Evidence, Unconvincing Arguments (Language: English)
Sarah Pessin, Department of Philosophy, Ohio State University, Columbus

Session: 422
Title: THE GREAT EXPANSION OF SETTLEMENT IN MEDIEVAL BRITAIN
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Stephen Rippon, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Exeter
Paper 422-a Settlement in the 'Humberland Levels': The Question of Selby (Language: English)
Jeffrey Hass, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 422-b Moats, Drainage and Expansion in Yorkshire (Language: English)
Vivienne Metcalf, Wood Hall Moated Manor Project, Womersley
Paper 422-c Cultivating the Uplands: The Spread of Medieval Farming onto the Hills of Central Wales (Language: English)
Robert Silvester, Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust, Welshpool

Session: 423
Title: SETTLEMENT NAMES IN THE BRITISH ISLES
Sponsor: Centre for English Name Studies, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Paul Cavill, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Paul Cavill
Paper 423-a The Use of Place-Name Evidence in Talking About Settlement Patterns (Language: English)
David Parsons, Centre for English Name Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 423-b To be announced (Language: English)
Tania Styles, Centre for English Name Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 423-c Anglo-Saxon Settlement and British Survival (Language: English)
Alex Woolf, Department of History, University of Edinburgh

Session: 424
Title: CHOOSING WOMEN: REPRESENTATION AND PATRONAGE IN SAINT CULTS AND THE SEVEN CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY
Sponsor: Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester
Organiser: Sam Riches, Department of the History of Art, University of Leicester
Moderator: Graham Jones, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Paper 424-a Defending the Dragon: The Influence of Patronage and Audience in the Cult of St. Margaret (Language: English)
Wendy Larson, Department of Humanities, Boston University, Massachusetts
Paper 424-b 'Hyr Wombe Insaciate': Depictions of St. George and the Female Dragon (Language: English)
Sam Riches
Paper 424-c Great Expectations: Female Piety and Impiety in English Wall Paintings (1300-1500) (Language: English)
Miriam Gill, Courtauld Institute of Art, London

Session: 425
Title: ANCIENT SOURCES OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY: THE ARISTOTELIAN TRADITION
Organiser: Sharon Kaye, Department of Philosophy, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Moderator: Peter Eardley, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 425-a Two Conceptions of First Philosophy in Aristotle and Medieval Aristotelianism (Language: English)
Ian Bell, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 425-b Alexander of Aphrodisias and the Notion of Form in the Aristotelian Tradition (Language: English)
Inna Kupreeva, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 425-c Teaching Aristotle's De Memoria in the Fourteenth Century: A Case Study (Language: English)
Grant Karwacki, Center for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario

TUESDAY 14 JULY 1998: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 501
Title: WORDS AND WORD PATTERNS IN OLD ENGLISH LITERATURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mary Swan, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 501-a Psalms and Psalters in Old English (Language: English)
M. Jane Toswell, Department of English, University of Western Ontario, London
Paper 501-b Memory Work: Old English Verse Tectonics (Language: English)
Patricia Bethel
Paper 501-c 'Old' and 'New' Themes and Variation in Old English Poetry (Language: English)
Katalin Halácsy Scholz, Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Session: 502
Title: SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER, V: THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF REGULAR LIFE IN THE ENGLISH NORTH (C. 1100-1150)
Organiser: Derek Baker, Department of History, University of North Texas, Denton
Moderator: Derek Baker
Paper 502-a The Evidence from Durham, I (Language: English)
Bernard Meehan, Trinity College Library, University of Dublin
Paper 502-b The Evidence from Durham, II (Language: English)
David Rollason, Department of History, University of Durham

Session: 503
Title: LOCAL CHURCHES AND THE PAPACY IN NORTHERN EUROPE IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES, II
Organisers: Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht and Per Ingesman, Department of Church History, Aarhus Universitet
Moderator: Per Ingesman
Paper 503-a The Norwegian Church Province and the Great Schism (1378-1409) (Language: English)
Eldbjørg Haug, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Paper 503-b Finns and Sins: Finland and the Papal Penitentiary (1449-1523) (Language: English)
Kirsi Salonen, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto
Paper 503-c Prelates from Hannover in Late Medieval Livonia (Language: English)
Brigide Schwarz, Department of History, Universität Hannover

Session: 504
Title: THE ROYAL RUB: CONTEXTUALISING STYLE AND SUBSTANCE IN WORKS FROM FRANCE (1100-1550), II
Organiser: Laura D. Gelfand, Mary Schiller Myers School of Art, University of Akron, Ohio
Moderator: Laura D. Gelfand
Paper 504-a Royalty and the King on the Portail St. Anne in Paris (Language: English)
Laura D. Gelfand
Paper 504-b Jean Fouquet's French Antiquities (Language: English)
Erik Inglis, Department of Art, Oberlin College, Ohio
Paper 504-c The Crowning Blow: The Role of French Royal Justice in the Demise of the Sacred Mystery Play (Language: English)
Robert Clark, Department of Modern Languages, Kansas State University, Manhattan

Session: 505
Title: 'SO MANY DEEDS OF DERRING-DO': A. KINGSLEY PORTER AND THE MIDDLE AGES, II
Organiser: Janice Mann, Department of Art, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Moderator: Janice Mann
Paper 505-a Faith in the Word: How Texts Constructed the Cloister at Silos (Language: English)
Elizabeth del Alamo, Department of Fine Arts, Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey
Paper 505-b A. K. Porter and His Motor Car: Privilege and the Exploration of the Art Historical Frontier (Language: English)
Janice Mann

Session: 506
Title: THE SECOND CRUSADE IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organisers: Martin Hoch, Department of History, Universität Duisburg and Jonathan Phillips, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Peter Edbury, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 506-a Some Military Aspects of the Capture of Lisbon (1147) (Language: English)
Matthew Bennett, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst
Paper 506-b The Second Crusade and the Militarisation of Religious Orders (Language: English)
Theresa M. Vann, Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota
Paper 506-c The Regional and International Context of the Conquest of Tortosa (1148) (Language: English)
Nikolas P. Jaspert, Department of History, Freie Universität, Berlin

Session: 507
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: BISHOPS AND CHURCH LEADERSHIP, III
Organisers: Elina Screen, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge and Laurent Terrade, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge / Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Moderator: Georg Scheibelreiter, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 507-a The Ninth-Century Conciliar Decrees of the East and West Frankish Churches: A Comparison (Language: English)
Chris Carroll, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
Paper 507-b Archiepiscopal Prerogatives and Royal Anointing: A Forged Privilege from Ninth-Century Canterbury? (Language: English)
Catherine Cubitt, Department of History, University of York
Paper 507-c Masona, Sunna and the Holy Spirit: The Roots of Conciliar Governance in Visigothic Spain (Language: English)
Rachel Stocking, Department of History, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Session: 508
Title: THE IMAGINED LAND: GENTRY SPACES IN FIFTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Sponsor: Departments of English and History, University of Western Australia, Nedlands
Organiser: Andrew Lynch, Department of English, University of Western Australia, Nedlands
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 508-a 'Londes forwildid and contreis disenhabited': The Suffering Land in Fifteenth-Century English Representations of War (Language: English)
Andrew Lynch
Paper 508-b 'Where no deer was seen these xi years before': The Uses of Hunting Culture in the Disputes of the Fifteenth-Century English Gentry (Language: English)
Anna Hicks, Department of History, University of Western Australia, Nedlands
Paper 508-c Business, Pleasure and Knowledge: Representing Landscape for Fifteenth-Century English Gentry (Language: English)
Philippa Maddern, Department of History, University of Western Australia, Nedlands

Session: 509
Title: WRITING RELIGIOUS WOMEN, I: COURTLY RITUAL AND FEMALE SPIRITUALITY
Organisers: Denis Renevey, Department of English, Université de Fribourg and Christiania Whitehead, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of Warwick, Coventry
Moderator: Denis Renevey
Paper 509-a Ancrene Wisse: Part 1 and the Tradition of Lay Piety (Language: English)
Bella Millett, Department of English, University of Southampton

Paper 509-b Feminising the Bailey: The Representation of the Virgin in Robert Grosseteste's Chateau d'Amours (Language: English)
Christiania Whitehead
Paper 509-c Temporal and Geographical Specificity in the Book of Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Samuel Fanous, Pembroke College, University of Oxford

Session: 510
Title: ABSENCE AND PRESENCE: THE JEW IN EARLY ENGLISH LITERATURE
Sponsor: Center for Early Women Writers / The National Endowment for the
Humanities / California State University, Fresno
Organiser: Judith Rosenthal, Department of English, California State University, Fresno
Moderator: Judith Rosenthal
Paper 510-a Christian Women, English Jews: Subjectivity and the Discourse of the Other in Chaucer's Prioress's Portrait, Prologue and Tale (Language: English)
Stephanie Gaynor, Department of English, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts
Paper 510-b Bishops and Bogeymen: The Jew as 'Other' in the Middle English Mystery Cycles (Language: English)
Ziva Piltch, Department of English, Rockland Community College, New York
Paper 510-c Anti-Semitism in the Middle English Miracles of the Virgin Mary (Language: English)
Carole Stone, Department of English, Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey

Session: 511
Title: EARLY CISTERCIAN SETTLEMENTS IN ENGLAND, II: FOUNTAINS ABBEY
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 511-a The Reconstruction of the Early Churches at Fountains Abbey Reconsidered (Language: English)
Jens Rueffer, Department of Aesthetics, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin
Paper 511-b Recent Research at Fountains Abbey, Including the Resistivity Work on the Guest Hall and in the Cloister (Language: English)
Keith Emerick, English Heritage, Helmsley
Paper 511-c The Fountains Abbey Watermill: Recent Survey and Re-Assessment (Language: English)
Stuart A. Harrison, S.A. & A.J. Harrison, Archaeological and Historic Building Specialists, Pickering

Session: 512
Title: SPIRITUAL HAVENS IN THE SECULAR WORLD: BRITISH MONASTERIES IN THE MEDIEVAL LANDSCAPE, II
Sponsor: Monastic Research Bulletin, Borthwick Institute, University of York
Organisers: James G. Clark, St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford and Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: James G. Clark
Paper 512-a The Precinct Parishioners of Norwich Cathedral Priory: Dealings with the Monastery (Language: English)
Claire Noble, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 512-b The Mendicants and Their Architecture in Scotland (Language: English)
Anneli Randla, St. John's College, University of Cambridge
Paper 512-c Craftsmen and Craftsmanship in the Precincts of St. Albans Abbey (Language: English)
James G. Clark

Session: 513
Title: LAY EDUCATION AND CONFESSIONAL LITERATURE IN THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY
Organiser: Wilhelm G. Busse, Department of English, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Moderator: Wilhelm G. Busse
Paper 513-a Penance and Confession: The Church Historian's Point of View (Language: English)
Martin Ohst, Friedrich-Schiller-Univeristy, Jena
Paper 513-b Self-Control and Self-Responsibility as New Developments in Lay Education (Language: English)
Ulrike Schemmann, Department of English, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 513-c Circulation and Reception of Confessional Literature (Language: English)
Wilhelm G. Busse

Session: 514
Title: WAYS OF DAILY LIFE: REPRESENTATION, IMAGE AND 'REALITIES'
Sponsor: Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems / Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz
Paper 514-a Neighbours, Heirs and the Clergy: 'Ars moriendi' or the Last Weeks (Language: English)
Katherina Simon-Muscheid, Department of History, Universität Basel
Paper 514-b Life in Time of Death: Coping with Epidemics, Disease and Death in Urban Everyday Life in Late-Medieval and Early-Modern Hildesheim (Language: English)
Monika Höhl, Universität Bielefeld
Paper 514-c Late-Medieval Fashion: A Field of Various 'Realities' (Language: English)
Elizabeth Vavra, Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters, Krems

Session: 515
Title: ISSUES OF MIDDLE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Kathryn A. Lowe, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 515-a After the Winchester Standard: Evidence for the Hampshire Dialect in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Jane McCauley, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 515-b H-Omission and H-Insertion in Middle English and Older Scots: Internal or External Change? (Language: English)
Martina Häcker, Department of Linguistics, Odense Universitet
Paper 515-c Medieval Street Names in the Cities of York and Lincoln (Language: English)
Judit Farka, Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and Veronika Kniezsa, Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Session: 516
Title: TEXT, GENRE AND IMAGE IN THE MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPT / TYPOLOGIE ET ICONOGRAPIE: EXEMPLES MANUSCRITS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 516-a Proverbes, fables et fabliaux dans le Manuscrit Paris BNF f.fr.19152 (Language: Français)
Ingrid De Pourcq, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 516-b Contribution à l'iconographie du Roman de la rose: Le Manuscrit Valencia B. U. 387: Une B.D. du Roman de la Rose (Language: Français)
Catherine Schockaert, Department of Romance Philology, Universiteit Antwerpen

Session: 517
Title: MEDIEVAL STREET THEATRE, I
Sponsor: Ludus: Medieval and Early Renaissance Theatre and Drama
Organiser: Wim Hüsken, Department of Dutch Studies, University of Hull
Moderator: Wim Hüsken
Paper 517-a Addressing the Audience in the Wakefield Pageants (Language: English)
Begoña Crespo, Department of English and German Studies, Universidad de La Coruña, Santiago de Compostela and Cristina Mourón, Department of English and German, Universidad de Santiago
Paper 517-b Spectaculum Spectatorum: The Role of the Audience in Franco-Burgundian Entries (Language: English)
Jesse D. Hurlbut, Department of French, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Paper 517-c Johanna of Castille's Royal Entry into Brussels (1496) (Language: English)
Gordon Kipling, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles

Session: 518
Title: MUSIC THEORY AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 518-a Images of Man as Microcosm in Western Medieval Manuscript Illuminations (Language: English)
Andrey Pilgun, Institute for European History, Mainz
Paper 518-b Celestial Music, Optics and Astronomy in the Thirteenth Century (Language: English)
Gabriela Ilnitchi, New York University
Paper 518-c Humanism and the Language of Music Theory (Language: English)
Leofranc Holford-Strevens, Oxford University Press

Session: 519
Title: THE CITY OF YORK: THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF URBAN MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT
Organiser: Peter Addyman, York Archaeological Trust
Moderator: Peter Addyman
Paper 519-a Highlights of Medieval Excavations in York (Language: English)
David Brinklow, York Archaeological Trust
Paper 519-b The Plan of Medieval York: Recent Archaeological and Metrological Research (Language: English)
Patrick Ottaway, York Archaeological Trust
Paper 519-c The British Atlas of Historic Towns York Volume: Preparing the Map for the Medieval City (Language: English)
Peter Addyman

Session: 520
Title: VERNACULARISATION OF LATIN SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE: THE MIDDLE DUTCH TRADITION
Sponsor: Institute for Dutch Literary History, Universiteit Antwerpen
Organiser: Veerle Fraeters, Institute for Dutch Literary History, Universteit van Antwerpen
Moderator: Hans van Dijk, Department of Dutch Language and Literature, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 520-a Medieval Dutch Artes-Literature in Its European Context (Language: English)
Orlanda Lie, Department of Dutch, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 520-b Vernacularisation of Medicine and Astrology in Middle Dutch: The Genesis of Codex Vienna (ONB 2818) (Language: English)
Erwin Huizenga, Department of Dutch Language and Literature, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 520-c The Middle Dutch Translation of Tabula Chemica: An Amalgam of Alchemy and Religion, a Blend of Prose and Verse (Language: English)
Veerle Fraeters

Session: 521
Title: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF MEDIEVAL ARTISANS
Sponsor: Tool and Trades History Society / Society for the History of Medieval Technology and Science
Organiser: Philip Walker, Tool and Trades History Society, Swanley
Moderator: Philip Walker
Paper 521-a Artisans' Tools Depicted on Medieval Stone Monuments (Language: English)
Friedrich Karl Azzola, Tool and Trades History Society, Swanley
Paper 521-b The Construction of Medieval Windmills (Language: English)
J. Kenneth Major, Tool and Trades History Society, Swanley
Paper 521-c Carpentry in Medieval Germany (Language: English)
Günther Heine, Tool and Trades History Society, Swanley

Session: 522
Title: PEASANT HOUSES
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Alan Aberg
Paper 522-a Settlement and Surviving Houses (Language: English)
Sarah Pearson, Formerly Royal Commision on the Historical Monuments of England
Paper 522-b Peasant Housing and Holdings in a Marginal Area (Language: English)
Dennis Turner, Independent Scholar
Paper 522-c Peasant Houses in Northern England (Language: English)
Stuart Wrathmell, West Yorkshire Archaeology Service, Wakefield

Session: 523
Title: THE TERRITORIAL FRAMEWORK OF ENGLISH MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH
Sponsor: Liverpool Centre for Medieval Studies / Victoria County History, Cheshire
Organiser: Chris Lewis, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Moderator: Chris Lewis
Paper 523-a Village England: Cambridgeshire (Language: English)
Chris Lewis
Paper 523-b Hamlet England: Cheshire (Language: English)
Rachel Kemsley, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 523-c Celtic England: Cornwall (Language: English)
Karen Jankulak, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies

Session: 524
Title: WOMEN: CAREERS AND WEDDINGS, SIGNS AND CLOTHES IN ITALIAN COMMUNAL SOCIETY
Sponsor: Department of History, Università degli Studi di Perugia
Organiser: Maria Grazia Nico, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Perugia
Moderator: Maria Grazia Nico
Paper 524-a Etica e politica delle apparenze: Concessioni, divieti ed esercizio del potere (Language: Italiano)
Maria Giuseppina Muzzarelli, Università degli Studi di Bologna
Paper 524-b Dressed for Love in Late-Medieval Florence (Language: English)
Julius Kirshner, Department of History, University of Chicago, Illinois
Paper 524-c 'De vanitate mulierum': Donne, lusso e stile di vita nel tardo medioevo (Language: Italiano)
Maria Grazia Nico and Claudio Regni, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Perugia
Paper 524-d Women Who Work and Women Who Are Proprietresses in Documentary and Statutory Sources (Language: English)
Giovanna Casagrande and Federica Rosi, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Perugia

Session: 525
Title: SPIRITUALITY: FROM SOLITUDE TO COMMUNITY
Sponsor: Ecumenical Institute of Theology, St. Mary's Seminary and University
Organiser: Lisa D. Maugans Driver, Ecumenical Institute of Theology, St. Mary's Seminary and University
Moderator: Graham McAleer, Department of Philosophy, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 525-a Finding One's Self in the Midst of Others: John Cassian on Anachoresis within the Coenobium (Language: English)
Stephen Driver, Department of Theology, Loyola University, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 525-b Ps-Macarius: Towards Communal Intoxication (Language: English)
Stuart Burns, Department of Theology, University of Leeds
Paper 525-c Self-Righteous Ascetics and the Spirituality of Exclusion (Language: English)
Lisa D. Maugans Driver

TUESDAY 14 JULY 1998: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 601
Title: DEBTS AND DEPARTURES: OLD ENGLISH PROSE HAGIOGRAPHY AND ITS SOURCES
Sponsor: Fontes Anglo-Saxonici
Organiser: Peter Jackson, Independent Scholar, Oxford
Moderator: Donald G. Scragg, Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 601-a Ælfric and the Nature of Christian Marriage: A Reconsideration of the Life of Æthelthryth, Lines 123-30 (Language: English)
Peter Jackson
Paper 601-b The Old English Juliana and Its Sources (Language: English)
Susan Rosser, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 601-c Sourcing the Old English Martyrology (Language: English)
Christine Rauer, Fontes Anglo-Saxonici

Session: 602
Title: SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER, VI: THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF REGULAR LIFE IN THE ENGLISH NORTH (C. 1100-1150)
Organiser: Derek Baker, Department of History, University of North Texas, Denton
Moderator: Derek Baker
Paper 602-a Patronage, Politics and Peace: The Foundation and Endowment of Northern Religious Houses in Stephen's Reign (Language: English)
Paul Dalton, Department of History, Liverpool Hope University College
Paper 602-b Archiepiscopal Power and the Re-Establishment of Regular Life in the English North (Language: English)
Janet Burton, Department of History, University of Wales, Lampeter

Session: 603
Title: THE PATRIMONY AND THE RENTS OF TWO ECCLESIASTICAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
Sponsor: Universidade do Minho, Braga
Organiser: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Moderator: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Paper 603-a Le domaine du monastère de Castro de Avelãs à la fin du Moyen Age (Language: Français)
Ana Maria Afonso, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Paper 603-b Les revenus du chapitre de la cathédrale de Braga (1393-1403) (Language: Français)
Maria Celeste Ferreira, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Paper 603-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 604
Title: ARTISTIC PATRONAGE IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE, I
Organiser: Mariëlle Hageman, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Claudine Chavannes-Mazel, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 604-a Reading between the Runes: Patronage and Purpose in the Franks Casket (Language: English)
Leslie Webster, Department of Medieval and Later Antiquities, The British Museum, London
Paper 604-b Between the Imperial and the Sacred: Bernward of Hildesheim and the Coronation of the Virgin (Language: English)
Mariëlle Hageman
Paper 604-c Patrons in the Meuse Valley (1125-1175) (Language: English)
Elizabeth den Hartog, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden

Session: 605
Title: LINCOLN CATHEDRAL, I
Organiser: Jennifer Alexander, Department of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Jennifer Alexander
Paper 605-a The Romanesque Fabric of Lincoln Cathedral (1072/5 - c. 1160) (Language: English)
Malcolm Thurlby, Department of Art History, University of York, North York, Ontario
Paper 605-b The Romanesque Frieze of Lincoln Cathedral (Language: English)
Maria P. Muñoz de Miguel, Independent Scholar
Paper 605-c The Lincoln Font: Its Context, Date and Patron Re-Examined (Language: English)
James F. King, Independent Scholar

Session: 606
Title: THE IMPACT OF THE SECOND CRUSADE IN THE EAST AND WEST
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organisers: Martin Hoch, Department of History, Universität Duisburg and Jonathan Phillips, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Rudolf Hiestand, Department of History, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 606-a The Coming and Impact of the Second Crusade: The Muslim View (Language: English)
Carole Hillenbrand, Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Edinburgh
Paper 606-b The Koran Versus The Cross: The Social Function of Dreams in Encounter and Conflict (Damascus 1148) (Language: English)
Yehoshua Frenkel, Department of Eretz-Israel Studies, University of Haifa
Paper 606-c Tales of the Undead: Who Was the Count in Marcabru's Vers del Lavador? (Language: English)
Linda Paterson, Department of French, University of Warwick, Coventry

Session: 607
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: BISHOPS AND PATRONAGE, IV
Organisers: Elina Screen, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge and Laurent Terrade, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge / Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Moderator: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 607-a Patriarchs in Conflict: The Patronage Battle in Ninth-Century Byzantium (Language: English)
Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 607-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 607-c Holy Landscape: Egbert of Trier's Literary Patronage (Language: English)
Michele Camillo Ferrari, Department of Medieval Latin, Universität Zürich

Session: 608
Title: ARCHAEOLOGY AND SETTLEMENT IN EAST CENTRAL EUROPE, I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 608-a Le château et son domaine en Grande Pologne aux treizième - quinzième siècles (Language: Français
Tadeusz Poklewski-Koziell
Paper 608-b Archaeology of Medieval Village Cemetaries (Language: English)
Agnes Ritook, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest
Paper 608-c Wharram Percy and the Archaeology of Deserted medieval Villages in East Central Europe (Language: English)
József Laszlovszky

Session: 609
Title: WRITING RELIGIOUS WOMEN, II: TEXTS AND COMPILATIONS FOR WOMEN?
Organisers: Denis Renevey, Department of English, Université de Fribourg and Christiania Whitehead, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of Warwick, Coventry
Moderator: Christiania Whitehead
Paper 609-a The Ancrene Wisse and the Manere of Good Lyvyng: Two Thirteenth-Century Texts for Religious Women (Language: English)
Anne E. McGovern-Mouron, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
Paper 609-b The Function of Julian of Norwich's Revelations of Divine Love and Marguerite Porète's Mirror of Simple Souls in BL MS Additional 37790 (Language: English)
Marleen Cré, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint Ignatius, Antwerpen / Department of English, Université de Fribourg
Paper 609-c Spirituality and Sex-Change: Horologium Sapientae and the Speculum Devotorum (Language: English)
Rebecca Selman, Department of English, University of Exeter

Session: 610
Title: JEWISH SETTLEMENTS IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE: ARCHAEOLOGY, MONUMENTS AND MATERIAL CULTURE, III
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 610-a Where Did Medieval Jewish Women Stand?: Visual Sources, Halakhic Writings and Architecture (Language: English)
Elisheva Cohen, Independent Scholar
Paper 610-b Through the Rabbis' Eyes: Criteria of Aesthetic Judgment in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Vivian B. Mann, The Jewish Museum, New York
Paper 610-c Continuity and Rupture: Medieval and Post-Medieval Jewish Settlements in Central Europe (Language: English)
Stefan Rohrbacher, Universität Duisberg

Session: 611
Title: CISTERCIAN SETTLEMENTS IN NORTHERN EUROPE, I
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Cornelia Oefelein, Freie Universität Berlin
Paper 611-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 611-b The First Cistercian Settlements in Bohemia (Language: English)
Kateøina Charvátová, Institute of Archaeology, Prague
Paper 611-c Spiritual Desire Versus Material Interest: The Topography of the Cistercian Abbey of Bebenhausen in South-West Germany (Language: English)
Barbara Scholkmann, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters, Universität Tübingen

Session: 612
Title: PRAYER AND DEVOTIONAL PRACTICES
Organiser: Virginia Bainbridge, St. Hilda's College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Clive Burgess, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 612-a From the Cloister to the World: The Encouragement of Lay Devotions by the Bridgettine Order (c. 1400-1600) (Language: English)
Virginia Bainbridge
Paper 612-b Aspects of Devotional Practice and the Mendicant Orders (Language: English)
Jens Roehrkasten, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Paper 612-c Devotional Practice among the Beguines of the Southern Low Countries (Language: English)
Monica Sandor, Department of History, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario

Session: 613
Title: REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE PEACE OF GOD AND THE PROBLEM OF 'FEUDAL REVOLUTION'
Organiser: Thomas Head, Department of History, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Moderator: Wendy Larson, Department of Humanities, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
Paper 613-a The Development of the Peace of God in the Aquitaine (Language: English)
Thomas Head
Paper 613-b The Development of the Peace of God in Catalonia (Language: English)
Jeffrey Bowman, Department of History, Kenyon College, Gamber, Ohio
Respondent: Chris Wickham, School of History, University of Birmingham

Session: 614
Title: DEATH AND DYING: LATE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Barbara I. Gusick, Department of English and Humanities, Troy State University, Dothan, Alabama
Moderator: Barbara I. Gusick
Paper 614-a Piety for Eternity: Female Images on Tombstones in Central Europe at the End of the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Ilse E. Friesen, Fine Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario
Paper 614-b Doctors of Death in Piers Plowman (Language: English)
Rosanne Gasse, Department of English, Brandon University, Manitoba
Paper 614-c Death and Work in Late-Medieval English Lyrics (Language: English)
Barbara I. Gusick
Paper 614-d St. Patrick's Purgatory: Death, Voyage and/or Vision (Language: English)
Peter M. DeWilde, Department of Medieval Literature, Universiteit Antwerpen

Session: 615
Title: TROILUS AND CRISEYDE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Tim D. P. Lally, Department of English, University of South Alabama, Mobile
Paper 615-a Predestination, Foreknowledge, and the Boethian Reader of Troilus and Criseyde (Language: English)
Frank Grady, Department of English, University of Missouri, St. Louis
Paper 615-b Learning to Speak: Voice, Identity and Play in the Discourse of Chaucer's Troilus (Language: English)
Christopher Fee, Department of English, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania
Paper 615-c Criseyde, 'Debonaire' and 'Mansuete' (Language: English)
Susan Yager, Department of English, Iowa State University, Ames

Session: 616
Title: IMPERIAL ANTIQUARIANISM: VICTORIAN APPROPRIATIONS IN NORSE AND CELTIC LITERATURE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Organiser: Geraldine Barnes, Department of English / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Moderator: Andrew Lynch, Department of English, University of Western Australia, Nedlands
Paper 616-a A 'translation quaint and happy': Lady Charlotte Guest and the Mabinogion (Language: English)
Judith Johnston, Department of English, University of Western Australia, Nedlands
Paper 616-b Translating the Sagas: The Pioneering Years (Language: English)
John Kennedy, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
Paper 616-c Imperial Vinland: From R. M. Ballantyne to Nevil Shute (Language: English)
Geraldine Barnes

Session: 617
Title: MEDIEVAL STREET THEATRE, II
Sponsor: Ludus: Medieval and Early Renaissance Theatre and Drama
Organiser: Wim Hüsken, Department of Dutch Studies, University of Hull
Moderator: Wim Hüsken
Paper 617-a 'There was knauerie in it': The Interplay of Actors and Audience in the Street Theatre of Somerset (Language: English)
James Stokes, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Paper 617-b The 'Facties' of the Antwerp Landjuweel (1561) (Language: English)
John Cartwright, Department of English, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch
Paper 617-c Prompting in Full View of the Audience: A Medieval Staging Convention (Language: English)
Philip Butterworth, Bretton Hall College, University of Leeds, Wakefield

Session: 618
Title: MUSIC AND RITUAL
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 618-a The Meaning of a Three-Sided Ritual Music Ensemble in Korea from the Twelfth Century (Language: English)
Robert C. Provine, Department of Music, University of Durham
Paper 618-b Musical Performance by Children in Monastic Ritual, Tenth-Twelfth Centuries (Language: English)
Susan Boynton

Paper 618-c The Rise of the Elevation Motet (Language: English)
Bonnie Blackburn, Wolfson College, University of Oxford

Session: 619
Title: NEW APPROACHES TO HANSE HISTORY
Organiser: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Moderator: Dick E. H. de Boer
Paper 619-a Flanders Versus Hanse: Love and Hate? (Language: English)
Peter Stabel, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Gent
Paper 619-b Economic Institutionalism and Hanse (Language: English)
Mark Schoonewille, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Paper 619-c 'Der gemeyne nutz?': Common Versus Private Interest in Hanse (Language: English)
Dieter Seifert, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen
Paper 619-d The Net and the Maze: The Question of Trade outside Hanse (Language: English)
Dick E. H. de Boer

Session: 620
Title: THE VERNACULARISATION OF LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE, I
Organiser: Melitta Weiss Adamson, University of Western Ontario, London
Moderator: Melitta Weiss Adamson
Paper 620-a Reading Frowin von Cracow: Translation and Vernacularisation of the Antegameratus (Language: English)
A. E. Wright, Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Illinois, Urbana
Paper 620-b Patronage and Vernacularisation: Duchess Kunigunde of Bavaria (1465-1520) (Language: English)
Sarah Westphal, Department of English, McGill University, Montréal
Paper 620-c The Transmission of Classical Learning into Vernacular Texts on Botany (Language: English)
Gerhard K. Helmstaedter, Institute for the History of Science, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt

Session: 621
Title: MILITARY LORDSHIP IN ANGLO-NORMAN BRITAIN
Sponsor: Haskins Society
Organiser: John Hudson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Moderator: Chris Lewis, Department of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 621-a Military Lordship in Stephen's Reign (Language: English)
Matthew Strickland, Department of Medieval History, University of Glasgow
Paper 621-b Military Lordship in Anglo-Norman Ireland (Language: English)
Mark Hagger, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Paper 621-c Placing Castles in the Norman Conquest (Language: English)
Andrew Lowerre, Department of History, Boston College, Chesnut Hill, Massachusetts

Session: 622
Title: INDUSTRY AND EXCHANGE IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: P. D. A. Harvey, University of Durham (Emeritus)
Paper 622-a Hanley Castle, Worcestershire: A Case Study of a Potting Village (Language: English)
Derek Hurst, County Archaeological Service, Worcester County Council, Worcester
Paper 622-b Industry and Its Influence on Rural Settlement (Language: English)
John N. Hare, Peter Symonds' College, Winchester / Southampton University
Paper 622-c Craft Specialisation, Commodity Production and Rural Settlement in the Anglo-Saxon Period: Case Studies from Northern England (Language: English)
Christopher Loveluck, Humber Archaeology Partnership, Hull

Session: 623
Title: RURAL HISTORY; APPROACHES TO AN ELUSIVE SUBJECT, I: RURAL SETTLEMENT HISTORY
Organisers: Dorothee Rippmann, Forschungsstelle Baselbieter Geschichte, Liestal and Jürg Tauber, Archäologie und Kantonmuseum Basel Land, Liestal
Moderator: Dorothee Rippmann
Paper 623-a Rural Settlement History: Environment, Population, Agriculture, a New Light on Village History in Lower Austria (Language: English)
Christoph Sonnlechner, Institute for Human Biology, Universität Wien
Paper 623-b Wills and Material Culture in Early Tudor Countryside: Can the Evidence of History and Archaeology be Integrated? (Language: English)
Michael Osmann, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 623-c Archaeological and Historical Evidence for Early-Medieval Settlement in North-West Switzerland (Language: English)
Jürg Tauber

Session: 624
Title: RETHINKING MEDIEVAL WOMEN
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organisers: Cordelia Beattieand and Joanna Chamberlayne, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 624-a The Discursive Identity of the Single Woman (Language: English)
Cordelia Beattie
Paper 624-b Acting the Part?: Women in the Corpus Christi Cycles (Language: English)
Jeremy Goldberg, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 624-c Cecily Neville, Duchess of York and the Piety of Queenship (Language: English)
Joanna Chamberlayne

Session: 625
Title: THE KNOWLEDGE OF NATURE AND THE NATURE OF KNOWLEDGE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ian Richard Netton, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 625-a John Scottus Eriugena and the Meaning of Nature in Ninth- and Tenth- Century Schools (Language: English)
Valery Petroff, Institute of Philosophy, The Russian Academy of Science, Moscow
Paper 625-b Siger of Brabant and the Plurality Controversy (Language: English)
Graham McAleer, Department of Philosophy, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 625-c 'Obscuritas' in Arts and Sciences: Theories of 'Other Truths' (Language: English)
Päivi Maria Mehtonen, Department of Literature and the Arts, Tampereen Yliopisto
Paper 625-d About Aquinas' Positive Stance Towards Averroes (Language: English)
Jörg Alejandro Tellkamp, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Santafé de Bogotá

TUESDAY 14 JULY 1998: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 701
Title: SOME CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL IN OLD ENGLISH LITERATURE
Organiser: Hugh Magennis, School of English, The Queen's University, Belfast
Moderator: Mary Swan, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 701-a Transport, Treasure, Totem: The Anglo-Saxon Horse (Language: English)
Jennifer Neville, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 701-b Proverbial Creatures (Language: English)
Richard Marsden, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 701-c Grendel the Man-Eater (Language: English)
Hugh Magennis

Session: 702
Title: IMAGES OF PILGRIMAGE
Sponsor: Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Group / Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Helen Phillips, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Elizabeth Porges Watson, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 702-a Taking the 'Siker Weye': The Seven Deadly Sins and the Pilgrimage of Life (Language: English)
Dee Dyas, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 702-b Anne Lock: Her Pilgrimage of the Soul (Language: English)
Jill Seal, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 702-c Legacies of De Guileville (Language: English)
Helen Phillips

Session: 703
Title: CLERGY AND LAITY IN THE LATE MEDIEVAL PARISH
Sponsor: Department of History, University College, London
Organiser: Ken Farnhill, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Virginia Bainbridge, St. Hilda's College, University of Oxford
Paper 703-a Clergy and Laity: Priests, Parish Elites and Churchwardens (Language: English)
Clive Burgess, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 703-b Clergy and Laity: The Clerical Contribution to 'Lay' Religious Groups (Language: English)
Ken Farnhill
Paper 703-c Clergy and Laity: Parish Priests, Stipendiary Clergy and the Laity (Language: English)
Ian Hart, The Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, London

Session: 704
Title: ARTISTIC PATRONAGE IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE, II
Organiser: Mariëlle Hageman, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 704-a Carmina Burana: Art and Poetry in the Circles of the Higher Clergy (Language: English)
Lia Couwenberg, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 704-b The French Kings and Queens as Maecenas of Literature (1300-1364) (Language: English)
Claudine Chavannes-Mazel, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 704-c Yolande de Lalaing as a Maecenas? (Language: English)
Rineke Nieuwstraten, Department of Art History, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 704-d Canossa Revisited: The Incorporation of Countess Matilda (1046-1115) in Baroque Rome (Language: English)
Charlot Smid, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Session: 705
Title: LINCOLN CATHEDRAL, II
Sponsor: International Medieval Congress
Organiser: Jennifer Alexander, Department of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Jennifer Alexander
Paper 705-a Irregularities in the Thirteenth-Century Design of Lincoln Cathedral: Intentional, Mistaken or Pragmatic Adaptation? (Language: English)
Lawrence Hoey, Department of Art History, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Paper 705-b The Cloister of Lincoln Cathedral: Thirteenth-Century Dispute between Dean and Chapter (Language: English)
Jennifer Alexander
Paper 705-c The Contribution of Dendrochronology to the Dating of Lincoln Cathedral: The New Evidence (Language: English)
Gavin Simpson, Historic Buildings Research Unit, University of Nottingham

Session: 706
Title: THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE SECOND CRUSADE
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organisers: Martin Hoch, Department of History, Universität Duisburg and Jonathan Phillips, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Giles Constable, Institute of Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies, Princeton, New Jersey
Paper 706-a The Non-Crusade of 1149-50 (Language: English)
Timothy Reuter, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 706-b Denmark as a Crusader State?: The Consequences of the Second Crusade (Language: English)
Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, Odense Universitet
Paper 706-c The Price of Failure: The Second Crusade as a Turning Point in the History of the Latin East? (Language: English)
Martin Hoch

Session: 707
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: BISHOPS AND HAGIOGRAPHY, V
Organisers: Elina Screen, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge and Laurent Terrade, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge / Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Moderator: Julia M. H. Smith, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Paper 707-a Ambrose, Saint and Maker of Saints: The 'Milanese' Martyr Narratives and the Two Versions of the Vita Ambrosii (Language: English)
Clare Pilsworth, Newnham College, University of Cambridge
Paper 707-b Holiness, Conflict and Justification: The Episcopal Hagiography of Arles in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Laurent Terrade
Paper 707-c Early Bishops in the Hagiography of Their Dioceses: Some Examples (Language: English)
Wolfert S. van Egmond, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Respondent: Claude Carozzi, Department of History, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence

Session: 708
Title: TRADITION AND MEMORY IN BYZANTINE AND LOMBARD SOUTH ITALY
(C. 774-1081)
Sponsor: Early Medieval Europe Research Group
Organiser: Thomas S. Brown, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Thomas S. Brown
Paper 708-a Organising Memory: Montecassino and the Lombard Princes in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries (Language: English)
Walter Pohl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 708-b Memory or Tradition?: Writing the Saint's Life in the Byzantine South (Language: English)
Patricia E. Skinner, Department of History, University of Southampton
Paper 708-c The Invention of Tradition in the Byzantine Cities of Southern Italy
(c. 774-c. 1071) (Language: English)
Thomas S. Brown

Session: 709
Title: FEMALE SPIRITUALITIES IN THE EMPIRE AND EASTERN EUROPE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Edward Skibinski, Department of History, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Poznañ
Paper 709-a Hrotvit's Dramas and Ottonian Spirituality (Language: English)
Lara Hinchberger, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 709-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 709-c Feminine Piety in the Eastern Church: A Case Study of Fourteenth- to Sixteenth-Century Moldavia (Language: English)
Maria Silvia Cráciun, Department of Medieval History,
Babe-Bolyai University, Cluj

Session: 710
Title: 'SOME MONSTROSITY WITH A HEAD OF ITS OWN': ASPECTS OF VIRGINITY IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Anke Bernau, Department of English, University of Wales, Cardiff
Moderator: Bella Millett, Department of English, University of Southampton
Paper 710-a Margery Kempe: Occasionally a Virgin (Language: English)
Sarah Salih, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 710-b Reading the Torture of Virgin Martyrs from Some Late-Medieval English Narratives (Language: English)
Katherine J. Lewis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 710-c 'To Play the Virgin': Cross-Dressing and Gender Performance in Medieval Hagiography (Language: English)
Anke Bernau

Session: 711
Title: CISTERCIAN SETTLEMENTS IN NORTHERN EUROPE, II
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Barbara Scholkmann, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters, Universität Tübingen
Paper 711-a The Family of Esrum Abbey: Settlements from Denmark to Germany and Present-Day Poland (Language: English)
Jens Anker Jørgensen, Esrum Kloster, Helsinge
Paper 711-b The Cistercian Abbey of Dargun: A Foundation under Several Foreign Influences (Language: English)
Heike Reimann, Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum für Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig
Paper 711-c Foreign Influence on the Architecture of the Abbey of Dargun (Language: English)
Christine Kratzke, Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum für Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig

Session: 712
Title: LAY PIETY IN CONTEXT
Sponsor: Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Organiser: Andrew P. Roach, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Moderator: Andrew P. Roach
Paper 712-a The Spirituality of Renaissance Hillbillies: Piety in the Mountains and the Plains in Renaissance Florence (Language: English)
Samuel K. Cohn, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 712-b Otto III and His Prayerbook (Munich Clm 30111) (Language: English)
Sarah Hamilton, Department of History, University of Glasgow
Paper 712-c The Abbey of Fécamp and the Process of Monastic Settlement in Normandy in the Eleventh Century: The Role of the Abbey in the Creation and Expansion of Ducal Authority (Language: English)
Anne Jenkins, Department of Medieval History, University of Glasgow

Session: 713
Title: POLITICAL FRIENDSHIP IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE FROM THE TWELFTH TO THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
Sponsor: Haskins Society
Organisers: John Meddings, School of History, University of Leeds and Klaus van Eickels, Department of Medieval History, Universität Bamberg
Moderator: Klaus van Eickels
Paper 713-a The Terminology of Friendship in Twelfth-Century England (Language: English)
John Meddings
Paper 713-b Two Princes in One Bed: A Neglected Ritual of Peace-Making in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Klaus van Eickels
Paper 713-c Love and Affection in the Peace Negotiations during the Hundred Years' War (Language: English)
Nicolas Offenstadt, Centre de Recherches sur l'Histoire de l'Occident médiéval, Université de Paris I Session: 714
Title: STRUCTURES AND PERCEPTIONS OF TIME IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Chris Humphrey, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 714-a Time and Memory in Medieval Urban Society (Language: English)
Chris Humphrey
Paper 714-b To be announced (Language: English)
Paul Glennie, Department of Geography, University of Bristol

Session: 715
Title: WOMEN IN CHAUCER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Robert L. Kindrick, University of Montana, Missoula
Paper 715-a 'Et mulier fugit in solitudinem': English Alterity and Chaucer's Man of Law (Language: English)
Kathy Lavezzo, Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara
Paper 715-b Hegemony and Subjectivity in Chaucer's Shipman's Tale: The
Transitional/Transformed Feminine Subject (Language: English)
Tim D. P. Lally, Department of English, University of South Alabama, Mobile
Paper 715-c 'This book of wikked wives': Late-Medieval Reactions (Language: English)
David G. Hale, Department of English, State University of New York, Brockport

Session: 716
Title: MEDIEVAL ARTHUR IN THE MOVIES
Sponsor: Arthuriana, The Quarterly for Arthurian Studies
Organiser: Bonnie Wheeler, Medieval Studies Programme, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Moderator: Kevin J. Harty, Department of English, La Salle University, Philadelphia
Paper 716-a First Knights and Common Men: Modern Masculinity in American Arthurian Film (Language: English)
Jacqueline Jenkins, Department of English, University of Calgary, Alberta
Paper 716-b Just How Old Is Old?: The Ages of King Arthur and the Members of His Court in Film (Language: English)
Kevin J. Harty

Session: 717
Title: MEDIEVAL DRAMA REVISITED
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Gloria J. Betcher, Department of English, Iowa State University, Ames
Paper 717-a Gil Vicente and the English Moralities: A Comparative Approach (Language: English)
Manuela Maria Carvalho, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 717-b The Townley and Chester Plays of the Shepherds: Love and Sexuality (Language: English)
Norma Kroll, Department of English, Providence College, Rhode Island
Paper 717-c Religious Guilds as Producers of the N-Town Passion 1 and the N-Town Doomsday (Language: English)
Douglas Sugano, Department of English, Whitworth College, Spokane, Washington
Paper 717-d Medieval Morality Plays: The Ideology of (Mis)Conduct (Language: English)
Liliana Sikorska, Department of English Literature, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznañ

Session: 718
Title: THE MUSIC OF THE CANTIGAS DE SANTA MARIA
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 718-a Contrafaction in the Cantigas de Santa Maria (Language: English)
David Wulstan, Department of Music, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Paper 718-b Melodic Formulae and Compositional Strategies in the Cantigas de Santa Maria (Language: English)
Gerardo Huseby, University of Buenos Aires
Paper 718-c Verbal and Musical Factors in the Cantigas de Santa Maria: An Approach to Analysis (Language: English)
Alison D. Campbell, The Queens College, University of Oxford

Session: 719
Title: EPIDEMICS IN NORTHERN EUROPE: OLD PROBLEMS AND NEW PERSPECTIVES
Organiser: Michael Osmann, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Michael Osmann
Paper 719-a Sudden Death?: The Impact of Syphilis on the County of Holland (Language: English)
Rudolph Ladan, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Paper 719-b Exterminating Rats in Medieval Plague Studies (Language: English)
Gunnar Karlsson, Department of History, University of Iceland, Reykjavík
Paper 719-c Another Look at Anthrax and the Black Death (Language: English)
Edward J. Thompson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario

Session: 720
Title: THE VERNACULARISATION OF LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE, II
Organiser: Melitta Weiss Adamson, University of Western Ontario, London
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems / Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 720-a From Baghdad to Bavaria: A Fifteenth-Century German Version of an Arabic Dietetic Cookbook (Language: English)
Melitta Weiss Adamson
Paper 720-b Disclosing the Secrets: Vernacular Medicine in Late-Medieval England (Language: English)
Claire Jones, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 720-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 721
Title: THE HUMAN FACE OF WARFARE: ADMINISTRATION AND PERSONNEL IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Organiser: Andrew Ayton, Department of History, University of Hull
Moderator: Andrew Ayton
Paper 721-a Commissioners of Array in Fourteenth-Century England (Language: English)
Richard Gorski, Department of History, University of Hull
Paper 721-b Military Personnel in the Reign of King John (Language: English)
Andrew Fisher, Department of History, University of Hull
Paper 721-c The Aftermath of the Siege: Winners and Losers in the Reign of Edward II (Language: English)
John Rickard, Department of History, University of Hull

Session: 722
Title: FOOD SUPPLY AND MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENTS
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Chris Dyer
Paper 722-a Food Supply in Towns and Villages: A Comparison Based on Archaeological Evidence (Language: English)
Umberto Albarella, Department of Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Birmingham
Paper 722-b Country and Town from Urban Evidence (Language: English)
Dale Serjeantson, Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton
Paper 722-c The Trade in Foodstuffs in Town and Country (Language: English)
Jim Galloway, Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research, London

Session: 723
Title: RURAL HISTORY; APPROACHES TO AN ELUSIVE SUBJECT, II: RURAL MEDIEVAL SOCIETY BETWEEN NORMATIVE RULES AND SOCIAL REALITIES
Organisers: Dorothee Rippmann, Forschungsstelle Baselbieter Geschichte, Liestal and Jürg Tauber, Archäologie und Kantonmuseum Basel Land, Liestal
Moderator: Jürg Tauber
Paper 723-a Environmental Management in Central Europe: Boundaries and Margins, Landuse in the Normative Sources (Language: English)
Verena Winiwarter, Institute for Interdiscliplinary Research and Continuing Education, Wien
Paper 723-b Social and Political Conflicts in Late-Medieval Villages (Language: English)
Dorothee Rippmann
Paper 723-c Rural Settlements in the Open-Cast Mining Areas of the Western Rhineland: Aspects of Settlement Archaeology in Germany (Language: English)
Udo Recker, Universität Bonn

Session: 724
Title: GENDER IN THE ARABIC MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Therisa La Claire Rogers, Department of Near East Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Moderator: Therisa La Claire Rogers
Paper 724-a Male and Female Interaction in Early Islam As Commented upon by al-Shaibani and al-Zarqani (Language: English)
Therisa La Claire Rogers
Paper 724-b Dayfa Khatun, Ayyubid Queen of Aleppo, 634-640 AH/1236-1242 A.D. (Language: English)
Taef Kamal el-Azhari, Department of Islamic History, University of Helwan

Session: 725
Title: ARCHAEOLOGY AND SETTLEMENT IN EAST CENTRAL EUROPE, II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Thomas S. Noonan, Department of History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Paper 725-a Pilis: Changing Settlements of a Hungarian Forest in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Peter Szabo, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 725-b Rural Settlements in Westslovakia from the Sixth to the Thirteenth Centuries (Language: English)
Matej Ruttkay, Institute of Archaeology, Nitra
Paper 725-c Medieval Settlement in the Carpathian Region (Ninth-Fourteenth Centuries) (Language: English)
Dušan Èaploviè, Department of Medieval Studies, Slovak Academy of Science, Bratislava

TUESDAY 14 JULY 1998: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 801
Title: USING ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN RESEARCH, TEACHING AND PUBLICATION - A WORKSHOP
Organiser: Bernard J. Muir, Department of English, University of Melbourne
Moderator: Bernard J. Muir
Purpose: This session will focus on advances made at the University of Melbourne in using electronic media to research, teach and publish in a range of areas of medieval studies with reference to three major projects funded by the Australian federal government. Professor Muir will discuss the On-line Edition of Edmer's Vita Sancti Wilfridi; the Digitised Facsimile and Revised Edition of The Exeter Anthology of Old English Poetry, and 'Ductus': Teaching Codicology and Paleography using multimedia.

Session: 802
Title: SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam / NWO and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld
Purpose: This session is to evaluate all the sessions on this theme, to discuss the possibilities of joint research into questions of secular and ecclesiastical power in Europe in the Central Middle Ages, and topics for future sessions at the IMC.

Session: 806
Title: WOMEN IN THE CRUSADES - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organiser: Sarah Lambert, Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
Moderator: Sarah Lambert
Purpose: This session is to discuss the role of women in the crusades.

Session: 812
Title: THE PILGRIMAGE TO SANTIAGO AND THE END OF THE WORLD - AN AUDIO-VISUAL PRESENTATION
Organiser: Conrad Rudolph, Department of History of Art, University of California, Riverside
Purpose: Using the route and information presented in the twelfth-century Pilgrim's Guide of the Codex Calixtinus as his basis, Conrad Rudolph undertook the gruelling medieval pilgrimage on foot - a journey of a thousand miles and two and a half months - from Le Puy in south-central France to Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain. In his hour-long presentation, he will consider the diverse aspects of the pilgrim's experience.

Session: 816
Title: WHAT IS MEDIEVALISM? - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Studies in Medievalism
Organiser: Leslie Workman, Studies in Medievalism, Holland, Michigan
Moderator: Leslie Workman
Purpose: 'Medievalism is the continuing process of creating the Middle Ages', and like most postmodern scholarship emphasises process over product. Despite this, many still confuse medievalism with medieval studies themselves or dismiss it as a Victorian fantasy. The panel will demolish both these misconceptions and discuss deferring views of the true nature of medievalism. Amongst the contributors of this session will be T. A. Shippey (Saint Louis University, Missouri), David D. Metzger (Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia), and John Simons (Edge Hill University College, Ormskirk).

WEDNESDAY 15 JULY 1998: 09.00 - 10.00

Session: 901
Title: BEOWULF AND THE FINNSBURG FRAGMENT IN THEIR HISTORICAL CONTEXTS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Ministry of Education, Sachsen-Anhalt
Organiser: Ingrid Wotschke, Department of English, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Magdeburg
Moderator: Ingrid Wotschke
Purpose: On the basis of textual comparison between the Finnsburg Fragment and Episode (Beowulf), historical, archaeological, and geographical evidence are used to discuss the possible scope and origin of the legend. Presentations will be given by Jeannette Quaas (Department of English, Otto-v.-Guericke-Universität, Magdeburg), Jan Friedrich (Department of English, Otto-v.-Guericke-Universität, Magdeburg), and Ingrid Wotschke.

Session: 902
Title: THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF REGULAR LIFE IN THE ENGLISH NORTH - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Derek Baker, Department of History, University of North Texas, Denton
Moderator: Derek Baker
Purpose: It is a truism to declare that the re-establishment of regular life in the post-conquest English North depended upon the co-operative and sometimes competitive, endeavours of individuals and institutions with various and diverse interests. It is seldom, however, that consideration of these developments goes beyond discussions of the personalities involved - in this context, Thurstan, St. Calais, Flambard, Espec, Aumale et al. This session, while not ignoring personal qualities and motives, will focus on the 'offices' held - archbishop, bishop, earl, patron, justiciar, abbot etc. - and the auctoritas associated with, or implicit in, them, at a time when auctoritates themselves were in process of development and definition. Amongst the participants of this round table discussion will be Bernard Meehan, David Rollason, Paul Dalton, and Janet Burton.

Keynote Lecture: 909
Title: HILDEGARD AND HER HAGIOGRAPHERS, OR THE REMAKING OF FEMALE SAINTHOOD
Speaker: Barbara J. Newman, Professor of English, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Introduction: Constant Mews, Director, Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology, Monash University, Clayton

Session: 920
Title: MEDIEVAL LITERACY: A MOMENT FOR REAPPRAISAL? - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Organiser: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Marco Mostert
Purpose: Since the 1960s research on medieval literacy has benefitted from attention from historians, historians of literature, historians of art, palaeographers, diplomatists and others. This interest has resulted in an abundant literature on the subject. The time seems to have come to consider whether the results of all these efforts have been worthwhile. Is the image of literacy as a topic still as bright as it was once thought to be? Or should we move beyond the study of literacy, and if so, in which direction?

Session: 924 WITHDRAWN

WEDNESDAY 15 JULY 1998: 10.45 - 12.15

Session: 1001
Title: THEORISING ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE, I: WOMEN IN STONE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Fred Orton, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Department of English, University College, Cork
Paper 1001-a Ideals and Information: Questioning Early Anglo-Saxon Images of Women (Language: English)
Carol A. Farr, Independent Scholar, London
Paper 1001-b Naming and Renaming: The Inscription of Gender in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Catherine E. Karkov, Department of Art, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Respondent: Gillian R. Overing, Department of English, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Session: 1002
Title: THE HISTORY OF ISLAMIC SCIENCES
Sponsor: Netherlands Ulama Project
Organiser: John Nawas, Netherlands Ulama Project, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: John Nawas
Paper 1002-a The Recension of Euclid's Elements by Nasír al-Dín al-Túsí (Language: English)
Gregg DeYoung, Department of Science, American University, Cairo
Paper 1002-b The Social Networks of the Islamic Sciences (Language: English)
Monique Bernards, Netherlands Ulama Project, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Paper 1002-c Towards a Sociology of the History of Islamic Sciences (Language: English)
John Nawas

Session: 1003
Title: REFORM IN ACTION
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1003-a Papal Legates and the Eleventh-Century Reform Papacy (Language: English)
Douglas Carver, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 1003-b Kissing Cousins: Pushing the Lateran Decree on Consanguinity beyond the Limits (Language: English)
Paul B. Pixton, Department of History, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Paper 1003-c Comparing Old and New Conversions (Language: English)
Alexandra Sanmark, University College, University of London
Paper 1003-d The Papacy and the Canonisation of Saints (Language: English)
Meta Niederkorn-Bruck, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien

Session: 1004
Title: THE ICONOGRAPHY OF WOMEN
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Axel Bolvig, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1004-a St. Catherine of Alexandria: The Iconography of a Scholar and a Mystic (Language: English)
Carolyn D. Muir, Department of Fine Arts, University of Hong Kong
Paper 1004-b Signs of St. Anne in Wynkyn de Worde's Vitas Patrum: Illustrations for Marine and Eufrosne (Language: English)
Sue Ellen Holbrook, Department of English, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven
Paper 1004-c The Whore of Babylon Interpreted by Two Medieval Monastic Women Artists: Ende and Herrad (Language: English)
Thérèse B. McGuire, Fine Arts Department, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Session: 1005
Title: DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE, I
Organiser: Jens Ulff-Møller, Department of History, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Moderator: Jens Ulff-Møller
Paper 1005-a The Numbers as a Connection between the Concept, Project and Realisation (Language: English)
Sanja Buble, Mediterranean Centre for Built Heritage, Split
Paper 1005-b Latin Euclid: Practical Traditions in Geometry (Language: English)
Marie-Thérèse Zenner, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Poitiers
Paper 1005-c The Medieval Timber Trade to England and Scotland from Norway and the Baltic (Language: English)
Gavin Simpson, Historic Buildings Research Unit, University of Nottingham

Session: 1006
Title: THE CRUSADE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN: EASTERN AND WESTERN PERSPECTIVES
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Alan V. Murray, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 1006-a A Propos the Causes of the Success of the First Crusade: An Oriental Point of View (Language: English)
Alexander Matveev, Department of Middle Eastern History, St. Petersburg State University
Paper 1006-b Martino da Canal - What is 'to be a Venetian': 'The Venetian Crusade' - Mythology or Historical Reality? (Language: English)
Dimitür Mollov, Department of History, Sofia University
Paper 1006-c Saladin's Army: Numbers and Composition (Language: English)
Yaacov Lev, Department of History, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan

Session: 1007
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: PRIESTS, I
Organisers: Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, University of Haifa and Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Rob Meens
Paper 1007-a Priests and Pastoral Care in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Alan Thomas Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, London
Paper 1007-b Clerical Celibacy in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Catherine Cubitt, Department of History, University of York
Paper 1007-c Priests and Missionaries (Language: English)
Mary Garrison, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1008
Title: WHAT MADE LOMBARD LAW WORK?
Organiser: Walter Pohl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Walter Pohl
Paper 1008-a The Code and the Calamus: How Writing Shaped Lombard Law (Language: English)
Walter Pohl
Paper 1008-b Lombard Law in Eleventh-Century Schools: Commentaries and Manuscripts (Language: English)
Charles Radding, Department of History, Michigan State University, East Lansing
Paper 1008-c Lombard Law Outside the Schools in the Twelfth Century (Language: English)
Chris Wickham, School of History, University of Birmingham

Session: 1009
Title: THE PIETY OF REIGNING WOMEN IN MEDIEVAL POLAND
Organiser: Edward Skibinski, Department of History, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Poznañ
Moderator: Edward Skibinski
Paper 1009-a A Princess in Prayer: In the Light of Gertrude's Prayer-Book (Eleventh Century) (Language: English)
Edward Skibinski
Paper 1009-b Hedvig of Silesia, a Princess and Saint: Her Role in Thirteenth-Century Polish Society (Language: English)
Maciej Michalski, Department of History, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Poznañ
Paper 1009-c Blessed Kinga/Kunegundis: Princess of Cracow, and Her Contribution to the Spiritual Culture of Thirteenth-Century Poland (Language: French)
Danuta Zydorek, Department of History, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Poznañ

Session: 1010
Title: SEX AND VIOLENCE IN THE MIDDLE AGES, I: REPRESENTATIONS OF BODILY VIOLATION
Sponsor: Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Michael R. Evans, Department of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Claire Taylor, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 1010-a Women Violators and Violated in the Miracles of the Virgin (Language: English)
Laurel Broughton, Department of English, University of Vermont, Burlington
Paper 1010-b Out-of-Body Experiences: Rapture and Torture in the Vida la Benaurada Sancta Doucelina (Language: English)
Sharon Hackett, Department of French, Université McGill, Montréal, Québec
Paper 1010-c A 'Memorable Death' Reconsidered: Edward II, Humphrey of Gloucester and the Red-Hot Poker (Language: English)
Michael R. Evans
Paper 1010-d Red-Blooded Masculinity: Rosso Florentino and the Abject Body in Renaissance French Art (Language: English)
Rebecca Zorach, Department of Art History, University of Chicago, Illinois

Session: 1011
Title: CISTERCIAN SETTLEMENTS IN NORTHERN EUROPE, III: WOMEN'S MONASTERIES
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Christine Kratzke, Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum für Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig
Paper 1011-a A Look at Helfta (Language: English)
Cornelia Oefelein, Freie Universität Berlin
Paper 1011-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 1011-c La cura monialium par les abbés de Villers au siezième siècle (Language: Français)
Marie-Élisabeth Henneau, Department of History, Université de Liège

Session: 1012
Title: CLUNY: NEW RESEARCH, I
Organiser: Barbara Rosenwein, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: Thomas Head, Department of History, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Paper 1012-a Crossing the Threshold of the Cloister: Age Groups and Hierarchical Structure inside the Cluniac Community (Eleventh-Twelfth Centuries) (Language: English)
Isabelle Cochelin, Department of History, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1012-b Cluniac Cartularies: The Beginning of Crisis or the Heyday of the Monastery's Power? (Language: English)
Maria Hillebrandt, Institute for Early Medieval Studies, Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1012-c Memoria: The Key to Success? (Language: English)
Franz Neiske, Institute for Early Medieval Studies, Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität, Münster

Session: 1013
Title: URBAN ELITES IN LATE MEDIEVAL YORK
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organisers: Charlotte Carpenter and Christian Liddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1013-a The Urban Elites of York (1475-1525): Towards a Wider Definition (Language: English)
Charlotte Carpenter
Paper 1013-b 'That Southern Tooth': Language and Prestige in the Civic Records of Fifteenth-Century York (Language: English)
Matthew Holford, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Paper 1013-c Urban Elites and the Crown: Relations between Bristol, York, and the Royal Government (1350-1400) (Language: English)
Christian Liddy

Session: 1014
Title: DAILY LIFE AND PRESTIGE
Sponsor: Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems / Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz
Paper 1014-a Standard of Living and Prestige: The Example of Karlstein Castle in Hussite Bohemia (1423-1434) (Language: English)
Roman Zaoral, Department of Medieval History, Palacky University, Olomouc
Paper 1014-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 1014-c Prestigious Toys for Important Children (Language: English)
Annemarieke Willemsen, Department of Art History, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen

Session: 1015
Title: THE EVENTFULNESS OF LYDGATE
Organiser: Susan Bianco, Department of English, University of York
Moderator: Susan Bianco
Paper 1015-a The Myth of Lydgate as Lancastrian Propagandist (Language: English)
Scott-Morgan Straker, Department of English, University of Cambridge
Paper 1015-b Christmas in Bury: Henry VI, Edmund, and the Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds (Language: English)
Stephen R. Reimer, Department of English, University of Alberta, Edmonton
Paper 1015-c The Earliest English Secular Comedy: Lydgate's Disguising at Hertford (Language: English)
Derek Forbes, Independent Scholar

Session: 1016
Title: THREE ANTIQUARIANS
Organiser: David Owen Matthews, Department of English, University of Newcastle, New South Wales
Moderator: Geraldine Barnes, Department of English / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Paper 1016-a Thomas Percy's Old Norse Translations: Published and Unpublished (Language: English)
Margaret Clunies Ross, Department of English / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Paper 1016-b Turning the World Upside Down: Joseph Ritson and the Politics of Middle English Editing (Language: English)
David Owen Matthews
Paper 1016-c The 'Judicious Antiquary' and the 'Cantankerous Attorney': Furnivall, Ritson, Percy and Editing as Legal Discourse (Language: English)
Antonia Ward, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 1017
Title: FINDING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE WASH BASIN
Sponsor: School of English, University of Leeds
Organiser: James C. Cummings, School of English, University of Leeds
Moderator: Elizabeth Baldwin, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1017-a Banns-Criers Round the Wash: What Were They Doing? (Language: English)
Peter Meredith, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1017-b Professional and Amateur Entertainment in the Wash: Evidence from Wisbech (Language: English)
Anne L. Brannen, Department of English, Duquense University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Paper 1017-c Playing the Norfolk Game (Language: English)
John Marshall, Department of Drama, University of Bristol
Paper 1017-d The World's First Rokfeste: Snettisham Entertainments (Language: English)
James C. Cummings

Session: 1018
Title: WORDS AND MUSIC IN HARLEY 978
Organiser: Andrew Taylor, Department of English, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
Moderator: Andrew Taylor
Paper 1018-a Samson and Harley 978 (Language: English)
Margaret Boland, Department of English, Tamkang University, Taipei
Paper 1018-b Private Reading and Musical Collaboration: How Did William of Winchester Use Harley 978? (Language: English)
Andrew Taylor
Respondent: Richard Rastall, Department of Music, University of Leeds

Session: 1019
Title: ENGLISH GENTRY SOCIETY: PERSPECTIVES AND PROBLEMS
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth-Century Studies
Organiser: Nigel Saul, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Nigel Saul
Paper 1019-a When Was There Not a Gentry in Medieval England? (Language: English)
Peter Coss, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 1019-b Circles of Association: The Structures of Gentry Networks in Early Fifteenth-Century Norfolk (Language: English)
Philippa Maddern, Department of History, University of Western Australia, Nedlands
Paper 1019-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1020
Title: SCRIPT/URE IN ACTION: ASPECTS OF PRAGMATIC LITERACY, I
Sponsor: Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Organisers: Brigitte Pohl-Resl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien and Herwig Weigl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1020-a An Orally Transmitted Monastic Rule, Hidden in a Saint's Life: The Vita Pachomii Iunioris (Language: English)
Albrecht Diem, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1020-b Passau's Past under Construction: Bishop Otto and the Lonsdorf Codices (c. 1250) (Language: English)
Brigitte Pohl-Resl
Paper 1020-c Founding Freising's Future: Bishop Konrad and His Register (c. 1320) (Language: English)
Herwig Weigl

Session: 1021
Title: METALS AND METALLURGY IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Moderator: Kelly DeVries
Paper 1021-a Metallurgy of Italian Armour (Language: English)
Alan Williams
Paper 1021-b The Metal of Early Gunpowder Weapons: Archaeological Observation and Archival Research (Language: English)
Kelly DeVries

Session: 1022
Title: THE GREAT REPLANNING?: THE ORIGINS OF FIELD SYSTEMS, VILLAGES AND TOWNS IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Keith Lilley, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 1022-a Late-Saxon Subdivided Fields and Land Use (Language: English)
David Hall, Cambridgeshire County Council, Cambridge
Paper 1022-b Planned Villages or Planned Towns? (Language: English)
Glenn Foard, Northamponshire County Council, Northampton
Paper 1022-c Raunds: The Excavated Evidence of Planned Rural Settlements (Language: English)
Andy Chapman, Northamptonshire Archaeology, Northampton

Session: 1023
Title: SETTLEMENTS AND SOCIETY IN THIRTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLISH EYRE ROLLS
Organiser: David Carpenter, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Moderator: David Carpenter
Paper 1023-a Settlements and Society in the 1261 Oxfordshire Eyre Roll (Language: English)
Adrian Jobson, Public Record Office, London
Paper 1023-b Settlements and Society in the 1262/1263 Surrey Eyre Roll (Language: English)
Susan Stewart, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1023-c Settlements and Society in the 1286 Buckinghamshire Eyre Roll (Language: English)
Lesley Boatwright, Department of History, King's College, University of London

Session: 1024
Title: WOMEN OF POWER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Suzanna Nyberg, Department of English, New York University, New York
Paper 1024-a The Feminine Role in Heresy and Orthodoxy: 'Bonae mulieres' or 'Miserae muliercolae' (Language: English)
Roberta Bertuzzi, Università Degli Studi di Bologna
Paper 1024-b 'Flanked by Mars and Venus': The Woman Warrior in Fact and Fiction of Late-Medieval Europe (Language: English)
Corinne Berg, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Paper 1024-c Living Outside the Margins: The Lives of Female Mystics in Medieval Europe (Language: English)
Joyce Spivey, Department of English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Session: 1025
Title: HISTORIA: CONCEPT AND GENRES
Sponsor: The Project 'Randomness, Obscurity, and History', Helsinki
Organiser: Tuomas Lehtonen, Renvall Institute for Area and Cultural Studies, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Päivi Maria Mehtonen, Department of Literature and the Arts, Tampereen Yliopisto
Paper 1025-a Historia: A Medieval Concept of Knowledge (Language: English)
Joachim Knape, Seminar für Allgemeine Rhetorik, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
Paper 1025-b Medieval Historiography and the Understanding of Politics (Language: English)
Sverre Bagge, Department of History, Universitetet i Bergen
Paper 1025-c History and Tragedy (Language: English)
Tuomas Lehtonen

WEDNESDAY 15 JULY 1998: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 1101
Title: THEORISING ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE, II: WAYS OF SEEING
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Fred Orton, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Department of English, University College, Cork
Paper 1101-a Reading Stone (Language: English)
Jane Hawkes, Department of Archaeology, University College, Cork
Paper 1101-b Insisting on Difference ... and doing it with style (Language: English)
Fred Orton
Respondent: John Higgitt, Department of Fine Art, University of Edinburgh

New Session: 1102
Title: MAMLUK EGYPT AND SYRIA
Organiser: Urbain Vermeulen, Department of Oriental and Slavonic Studies, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Moderator: Urbain Vermeulen
Paper 1102-a The Office of Hâjib al-Hujjâb in the Mamlaka of Damascus (741-784 AH / 1341-1382 AD) (Language: English)
Jo van Steenbergen, Dutch Institute for Archaeololgy and Arabic Studies, Cairo
Paper 1102-b Adab al-Kâtib in the Mamluk Period (Language: English)
Maaike van Berkel, Dutch Institute for Archaeololgy and Arabic Studies, Cairo
Paper 1102-c Ibn Taymîya on Adulterous Women (Language: English)
Dominique Ottevaere, Department of Oriental and Slavonic Studies, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 1102-d Personal Responsibility in Human Acting According to Qayyîm al-Jawziya (1292-1350) (Language: English)
Gino Schallenbergh, Dutch Institute for Archaeololgy and Arabic Studies, Cairo

Session: 1103
Title: PERSONALITIES OF THE PONTIFICATE, INNOCENT III: 800
Sponsor: Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Organiser: Christoph Egger, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1103-a Is it Possible to Write a Biography of Innocent III? (Language: English)
Christoph Egger
Paper 1103-b The Career of Cencius Camerarius during the Pontificate of Innocent III (Language: English)
Simon White, St. Cross College, University of Oxford
Paper 1103-c The Difficulty of Being Consecrated: The Bishop of Strasbourg between the Pope and the Archbishop of Mainz (1202-1207) (Language: English)
Rainer Murauer, Institut für Österreichsche Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien

Session: 1104
Title: IMAGE AND TEXT IN LATE MEDIEVAL AND EARLY RENAISSANCE ITALY
Sponsor: Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, Dublin
Organiser: Christine Meek, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Moderator: Christine Meek
Paper 1104-a Remembering the Text: Images of St. Anne in Florentine Piety (Language: English)
Catherine Lawless, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 1104-b Rhetoric and the Image: Savonarola and Fra Bartolommeo Della Porta (Language: English)
Marian McHugh, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 1104-c Petrarch's Influence on Deruta Pottery: The Ideal Woman in Poetry and Cinquecento Italian Maiolica (Language: English)
Angela Clarke, Trinity College, University of Dublin

Session: 1105
Title: DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE, II
Organiser: Jens Ulff-Møller, Department of History, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Moderator: Jens Ulff-Møller
Paper 1105-a Platonic Geometry in Medieval Plans: The Question of Crossings and Chartres Cathedral (Language: English)
Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University
Paper 1105-b Design of the East End of the Collegiate Church of St. Quentin (Language: English)
Ellen M. Shortell, Department of Critical Studies, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts
Paper 1105-c Errors in the Construction of Reims Cathedral (Language: English)
Walter Berry, Association pour les Fouilles Archéologiques Nationales, Reims
Paper 1105-d WITHDRAWN

Session: 1106
Title: RIDDLES, PROVERBS AND GNOMES FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO EARLY MODERN TIMES
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein - Gesellschaft
Organiser: Tomas Tomasek, Department of German Philology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein - Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 1106-a Medieval German Riddles: From Latin to the Vernacular (Language: English)
Tomas Tomasek
Paper 1106-b Proverbs and Maxims in the Context of Medieval Gnomic Traditions: Proposals and Perspectives for a Historic Understanding of Their Genre (Language: English)
Manfred Eikelmann, Department of Philology, Ruhr-Universität, Bochum
Paper 1106-c In the Aftermath of Erasmus' Adagia: The Decline of Humanistic Traditions in Proverbs of Sixteenth-Century Germany? (Language: Deutsch)
Thomas Althaus, Department of German Philology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster

Session: 1107
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: PRIESTS, II
Organisers: Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, University of Haifa and Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Mayke de Jong, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1107-a Compromised Priests in the Merovingian Age (Language: English)
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1107-b Priests and Books in Merovingian Gaul (Language: English)
Yitzhak Hen
Paper 1107-c Presbytera: Female Cleric or a Cleric's Wife? (Language: English)
Gisela Muschiol, Department of Pedagogy / Institute of Theology, Universität Hannover

Session: 1108
Title: HUMOUR IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Early Medieval Europe
Organiser: Guy Halsall, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Guy Halsall
Paper 1108-a Humour in the Early-Medieval West (Language: English)
Danuta Schanzer, Department of Classics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Paper 1108-b Humour in Byzantium (Language: English)
John Haldon, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 1108-c Riddle Collections in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Martha Bayless, Department of English, University of Oregon, Eugene Session:

1109
Title: JULIAN OF NORWICH
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Marleen Cré, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint Ignatius, Antwerpen / Department of English, Université de Fribourg
Paper 1109-a Physical Motherhood and the Spirituality of Julian of Norwich (Language: English)
Liz Herbert McAvoy
Paper 1109-b Sight and Insight: The Revelations of Julian of Norwich (Language: English)
Suzanna Nyberg, Department of English, New York University, New York
Paper 1109-c Julian's Nut (Language: English)
Cynthia Kraman, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

Session: 1110
Title: SEX AND VIOLENCE IN THE MIDDLE AGES, II: VIOLENCE AND VIOLATION IN MIDDLE ENGLISH LITERATURE
Sponsor: Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Michael R. Evans, Department of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Michael R. Evans
Paper 1110-a Violence, Power and Complicity: The Role of Torture and Killing in the Siege of Jerusalem (Language: English)
Bonnie Millar, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 1110-b Jesting at Scars and Never Feeling Wounds: Violence against Women as a Medium of Exchange in Chaucer's Fabliaux (Language: English)
Angela Jane Weisl, Department of English, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
Paper 1110-c '(Im)Moral Gower' and the Spectacle of Violence (Language: English)
Deanne Williams, Department of English, Stanford University, California

Session: 1111
Title: CISTERCIAN LIBRARIES AND MANUSCRIPTS IN FRANCE AND BOHEMIA
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 1111-a La bibliothèque médiévale de l'abbaye de Chaalis: Une première approche (Language: Français)
Anne Bondeelle, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris
Paper 1111-b La bibliothèque de l'abbaye de Melleray du douzième au dix-huitième siècle (Language: Français)
Jean-Yves Ricordeau, Independent Scholar, Liège
Paper 1111-c Nine Liturgical Manuscripts Commissioned by the Former Bohemian Queen Elisabeth Richenza and Given to the Cistercian Convent of Staré Brno (Language: English)
Hana J. Hlaváèková, Institute of Art History, Prague

Session: 1112
Title: CLUNY: NEW RESEARCH, II
Organiser: Barbara Rosenwein, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: Gert Melville, Technische Universität, Dresden
Paper 1112-a Cluny's General Chapters: A Comparative Approach (Language: Français)
Florent Cygler, Technische Universität, Dresden
Paper 1112-b Gestion de la mémoire: Problèmes autour de la copie des documents originaux dans les cartulaires de l'abbaye de Cluny (Language: Français)
Jean Vezin, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris and Hartmut Atsma, Deutsches Historisches Institut, Paris
Paper 1112-c Disentangling Cluniacs from Cistercian Fictions (Language: English)
Constance H. Berman, Department of History, University of Iowa, Iowa City

Session: 1113
Title: THE POLITICAL COMMUNITY OF FOURTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth-Century Studies
Organiser: Chris Given-Wilson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Moderator: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1113-a English Armies in the Fourteenth Century: Problems and Perspectives (Language: English)
Michael Prestwich, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 1113-b Communities of the County in Later Medieval England (Language: English)
Simon Walker, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Paper 1113-c The Succession to the Throne in Fourteenth-Century England (Language: English)
Chris Given-Wilson

Session: 1114
Title: DAILY LIFE, AND LAW AND ORDER IN MEDIEVAL CROATIA
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Gordan Ravancic
Moderator: Norbert Schnitzler, Faculty of Philosophy, Technische Universität Chemnitz
Paper 1114-a Sumptuary Laws in Late-Medieval Dubrovnik (Language: English)
Zrinka Pesorda
Paper 1114-b Rejection of Marriages in Medieval Dubrovnik (Language: English)
Zrinka Nikolic
Paper 1114-c Prostitution in Late-Medieval Dubrovnik (Language: English)
Gordan Ravancic

Session: 1115
Title: LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND TOWN LIFE IN SPAIN AND EASTERN EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Z. J. Kosztolnyik, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Moderator: Z. J. Kosztolnyik
Paper 1115-a The Emergence of a Professional 'Middle Class' in Aragon and Castile during the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries (Language: English)
Nancy Joe Dyer, Texas A&M University, College Station
Paper 1115-b Die Deutschen in Ungarn in der Pre-Reformationszeit (Language: Deutsch)
Gabor Frank, Department of German, Ianus Pannonius University, Pécs
Paper 1115-c Arabic Science and Medicine in the Kingdoms of Aragon and Castile in the Thirteenth Century (Language: English)
Janet Richardson, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station

Session: 1116
Title: WRITING THE MIDDLE AGES IN FRANCE (1779-1977)
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Leslie Workman, Studies in Medievalism, Holland, Michigan
Paper 1116-a Medievalism in Transition: The Reception of Medieval Literature in France (c. 1780-1830) (Language: English)
Michael Glencross, University College of Ripon and York St. John, Ripon
Paper 1116-b The Problem of Feudalism within the Historical Heritage of M. Bloch (Language: Français)
Grozdanka Lenkova, Department of History and Geography, University of Plovdiv, Kardjali
Paper 1116-c Derrida and Medievalism: Iterability, Orality and Literacy (Language: English)
Tarrin Wills, Department of English, University of Sydney

Session: 1117
Title: MEDIEVAL ENGLISH DRAMA: RE-READINGS
Organiser: Ruth Evans, Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture, University of Wales, Cardiff
Moderator: Pamela King, Department of English, University College of St. Martin, Lancaster
Paper 1117-a The Dramatic Audience in Fifteenth-Century England (Language: English)
Matthew Goldie, Department of English, Graduate Schoool, City University of New York, New York
Paper 1117-b Staging Violence in the York Cycle (Language: English)
Ruth Evans
Paper 1117-c Remaking Antichrist: The Chester 'Antichrist' in Three Historical Contexts (Language: English)
Richard Emmerson, Department of English, Western Washington University, Bellingham
Respondent: Chris Humphrey, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 1118
Title: Music, Liturgy and Theology in Ottonian Reichenau
Sponsor: Facsimile Edition of Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek lit. 5
Organiser: Lori Kruckenberg, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Moderator: Andreas Haug, Department of Music, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen
Paper 1118-a Tropes at Reichenau during the Ottonian Period (Language: English)
Michael Klaper, Department of Music, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen
Paper 1118-b The Reichenau Sequence Repertory in the East-Frankish Tradition (Language: English)
Lori Kruckenberg
Paper 1118-c Tropes as Theological Commentary in the Ottonian Reichenau Troper Bamberg (Staatsbibliothek lit. 5) (Language: English)
Andreas Bücker, Trinity College, University of Cambridge

Session: 1119
Title: MEDIEVAL PROSOPOGRAPHY, I
Sponsor: Medieval Prosopography
Organiser: Emma Mason, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Emma Mason
Paper 1119-a Origins and Careers of Cathedral Canons in the Twelfth Century (Language: English)
Julia Barrow, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 1119-b The Life and Family of Hugh de Grandemesnil: The Norman World in Microcosm (Language: English)
Tom Cain, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 1119-c Prosopography, Culture and Patronage in Twelfth-Century Lincolnshire (Language: English)
Valerie Wall, Birkbeck College, University of London

Session: 1120
Title: SCRIPT/URE IN ACTION: ASPECTS OF PRAGMATIC LITERACY, II
Sponsor: Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Organisers: Brigitte Pohl-Resl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien and Herwig Weigl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Timothy Reuter, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 1120-a Different Writers, Chyrographs and Missing Girls: The Creation of a New Medium, Private Charters in Austria (1170-1270) (Language: English)
Paul Herold, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 1120-b Recent Research on Late-Medieval Pragmatic Literacy in Poland (Language: English)
Anna Adamska, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1120-c The Hussite Manifesto in Medieval Bohemia (Language: English)
Karel Hruza, Universität Leipzig

Session: 1121
Title: LIFE, DEATH AND COOKING: ASPECTS OF MEDIEVAL CASTLES
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Robert D. Smith
Paper 1121-a The White Tower Reconsidered (Language: English)
Geoffrey Parnell, The Royal Armouries, London
Paper 1121-b Kitchens and Keeps: Domestic Facilites in Norman Castles (Language: English)
Christopher Gravett, The Royal Armouries, London
Paper 1121-c Late-Medieval Defences in South-West England: The Artillery Dimension (Language: English)
Robert D. Smith

Session: 1122
Title: SETTLEMENTS: THE LEICESTER SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH-WEST
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Bob Higham, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Exeter
Paper 1122-a Small Seigneurial Boroughs in Devon: Terminology and Reality (Language: English)
H. S. A. Fox, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Paper 1122-b The Origin of the Nucleated Village: Rimpton in Somerset (Language: English)
Chris Thornton, Victoria County History of Essex, Chelmsford
Paper 1122-c Minster Settlements in the Dorset Landscape: Case Studies (Language: English)
Teresa Hall

Session: 1123
Title: TAXATION AND SETTLEMENT IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: E179 Project, University of Cambridge
Organiser: Caroline Shenton, The Public Record Office, London
Moderator: P. D. A. Harvey, University of Durham (Emeritus)
Paper 1123-a The Taxes of Edward IV (Language: English)
Maureen Jurkowski, University of Keele
Paper 1123-b Vills as Taxation Units in Later Medieval England (Language: English)
Adam Green, E 179 Project, University of Cambridge
Paper 1123-c Searching for Place Names and Taxes on the E179 Database (Language: English)
David Grummitt, E179 Project, University of Cambridge

Session: 1124
Title: CHAUCER AND CHRISTINE DE PIZAN
Sponsor: 1997 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute on "The Literary Traditions of Medieval Women" / Rice University
Organiser: Jane Chance, Department of English, Rice University, Houston, Texas
Moderator: Jane Chance
Paper 1124-a Rereading Jean de Meun: The Wise Women of Chaucer and Christine de Pizan (Language: English)
Katherine McMahon, Department of English, Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio
Paper 1124-b Love's Labours Lost: Chaucer, Boccaccio, and Christine de Pizan's Livre du Duc des Vrais Amants (Language: English)
Florence Newman, Department of English, Towson State University, Maryland
Paper 1124-c Chaucer and Christine de Pizan Retelling Griseldis: Ludic Subversions of Clerical Misogyny (Language: English)
Deanna Delmar Evans, Department of English, Bemidji State University, Minnesota

Session: 1125
Title: STUDIES IN LATE MEDIEVAL CHRISTIANITY
Organiser: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: James R. Ginther
Paper 1125-a La Biblia de Alba (Castille 1422-1433): Oeuvre oecuménique ou polémique? (Language: Français)
Sonia Fellous, Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes / Institut des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris
Paper 1125-b From Exemplum to History: The Plague-Accounts of Matteo Villani and Giovanni Boccaccio (Language: English)
Timothy Kircher, Department of History, Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina
Paper 1125-c Prelates Preaching Prelacy: Prelatial Images, Ideals, and Problems in Avignonese Curial Sermons (Language: English)
Blake R. Beattie, Department of History, University of Louisville, Kentucky

WEDNESDAY 15 JULY 1998: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 1201
Title: THEORISING ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE, III: RETHINKING THE RUTHWELL CROSS
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Fred Orton, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: Fred Orton
Paper 1201-a Rood and Riddle (Language: English)
Joyce Hill, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1201-b Ruthwell: Still Searching for a Historical Context (Language: English)
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Respondent: Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Department of English, University College, Cork

Session: 1202
Title: ART IN SYRIA AT THE TIME OF THE CRUSADES: CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES
Organiser: Lucy-Anne Hunt, School of Continuing Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Lucy-Anne Hunt
Paper 1202-a Syrian Painting in the Time of the Crusades: The Paintings of Mar Musa al-Habashi (Language: English)
Erica Dodd, University of Victoria
Paper 1202-b The Illustrations of the Syriac Lectionary, British Library Add. 7170 in the Context of the Crusades (Language: English)
Rima E. Smine, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Paper 1202-c Opening the Door to Paradise: Bishop Theodorus and Saint Thomas Imagery in Thirteenth-Century Syria (Language: English)
Lamia Doumato, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Paper 1202-d Muslims in Christian Imagery of the Thirteenth-Fifteenth Centuries: The Visual Code of Otherness (Language: English)
Svetlana Luchitskaja, Institute of General History, Moscow

Session: 1203
Title: PROBLEMS OF THE PONTIFICATE, INNOCENT III: 800
Sponsor: Historisches Institut beim Österreichischen Kulturinstitut in Rom
Organiser: Andrea Sommerlechner, Historisches Institut beim Österreichischen Kulturinstitut in Rom
Moderator: Frances Andrews, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews
Paper 1203-a Innocent III and the Italian Communes (Language: English)
Andrea Sommerlechner
Paper 1203-b Innocenzo III e la crisi della struttura instituzionale dell'ordine cisterciense all'inizio dell tredicesimo secolo (Language: Italiano)
Guido Cariboni, Dipartimento di Studi Medioevali, Università Cattolica Milano
Paper 1203-c A Portuguese Problem: Sancho Confronts Innocent III (Language: English)
Carla Ferreira, King's College, University of London

Session: 1204
Title: ICONOGRAPHICAL STUDIES: BIBLICAL CONCERNS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Jacqueline A. Frank, Department of Art, Long Island University, Brookville, New York
Paper 1204-a Violence and Daily Life: Reading, Art, and Polemics in the Cîteaux Moralia in Job (Language: English)
Conrad Rudolph, Department of History of Art, University of California, Riverside
Paper 1204-b On Christ the Giant in Early Medieval Art (Language: English)
William Travis, Department of Humanities, University of Michigan, Dearborn
Paper 1204-c The History of Salvation is Written in Wood: The Legend of the Holy Wood and the Metaphors of Sacral Time and Space (Language: English)
Barbara Baert, Department of History of Art, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 1205
Title: ICONOGRAPHY AND ARCHITECTURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ellen M. Shortell, Department of Critical Studies, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Paper 1205-a Interarchitectextuality: Constructing the Allegorical Edifice: Construction as Metaphor in the Psychomachia, Le Roman de la rose, and Le Livre de la cité des dames (Language: English)
Stephanie A. Moore, Department of Comparative Literature, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 1205-b The Virtuous Builder: Settlement and Building as Signifiers of Virtue in Late Fifteenth-Century English Romances (Language: English)
Alison Renshaw, King's College, University of London
Paper 1205-c Noah's Ark, the Tower of Babel and the 'Artes Mechanicae' in the Basilica of San Marco in Venice (Language: English)
Thomas Hensel, Department of Art History, Universität Hamburg

Session: 1206
Title: ASPEKTE DES DEUTSCHEN SPÄTMITTELALTERS
Sponsor: Department of German, University of Leeds
Organiser: Iris Lamparter, Department of German, University of Leeds
Moderator: John Tailby, Department of German, University of Leeds
Paper 1206-a Regionalism and Standardisation of the German Language: The Evidence of Sixteenth-Century Custumals (Language: English)
Iris Lamparter
Paper 1206-b Tradition und Erneuerung: Deutschsprachige Literatur in frühen Basler Drucken (Language: Deutsch)
Romy Günthart, Department of German, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen
Paper 1206-c Überlieferung und Interpretation: Die Historia Septem Sapientum in der lateinischen und deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters (Language: Deutsch)
Detlef Roth, Department of German, Universität Basel

Session: 1207
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: PRIESTS, III
Organisers: Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht and
Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, University of Haifa
Moderator: Régine Le Jan, Université de Lille
Paper 1207-a De Presbyteris Criminosis, I (Language: English)
Carine van Rhijn, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1207-b De Presbyteris Criminosis, II (Language: English)
Mayke de Jong, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1207-c Priests and Books in the Carolingian Era (Language: English)
Rob Meens

Session: 1208
Title: HUMOUR IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES: MAKING A DIFFERENCE WITH HUMOUR
Sponsor: Early Medieval Europe
Organiser: Guy Halsall, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Guy Halsall
Paper 1208-a The Lexicon of Abuse: Drunkenness and Illegitimacy in the Late Roman World (Language: English)
Mark Humphries, Department of Religions and Theology, University of Manchester
Paper 1208-b Funny Foreigners: Laughing at Barbarians in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Guy Halsall
Paper 1208-c Humour and Gender in Liutprand of Cremona (Language: English)
Ross Balzaretti, Department of History, University of Nottingham

Session: 1209
Title: TRANSLATING THE MEDIEVAL MYSTICS: NEW APPROACHES TO THEIR INTERPRETATION
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein - Gesellschaft
Organiser: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein - Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Moderator: Sieglinde Hartmann
Paper 1209-a Mechthild of Magdeburg and her Metaphorical Language (Language: English)
Paola Schulze-Belli, Università degli Studi di Trieste
Paper 1209-b Mechthild von Hakeborn's Liber Specialis Gratiae as a Collective Work of Several Nuns (Language: English)
Margarete Hubrath, Department of Medieval German Philology, Technische Universität, Chemnitz-Zwickau
Paper 1209-c Realism in the Book of Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti, Department of Linguistics, Università degli Studi di Firenze

Session: 1210
Title: PATRONAGE, MATRONAGE OR MÄZENAT/MÉCENAT?, I: THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Felice Lifshitz, Universität Frankfurt / Florida International University, Miami
Moderator: Ellen Kittell, Department of History, University of Idaho, Moscow
Paper 1210-a 'And then a certain matron came and buried their bodies': Tomb Cults of Martyrs in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Felice Lifshitz
Paper 1210-b Emperor Irene of the Romans: Gender and Authority in Byzantine Iconoclasm (Language: English)
Anne McClanan, Department of Fine Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 1210-c 'Never grieve that you bear arms': Matilda of Tuscany and Just War (Language: English)
Valerie Eads, Department of History, City University of New York
Respondent: Ellen Kittell

Session: 1211
Title: HISTORY, HAGIOGRAPHY AND NEW BEGINNINGS: THREE CENTURIES OF CISTERCIAN HISTORY AND SPIRITUALITY
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Hilary Costello, Mount Saint Bernard Abbey, Leicester
Paper 1211-a Walter Espec and His Age (Language: English)
Derek Baker, Department of History, University of North Texas, Denton
Paper 1211-b John of Ford's Life of Wulfric: An Introduction to a Masterpiece? (Language: English)
Keith Day, University of Southampton
Paper 1211-c The Devotio Moderna and Cistercian Renewal (Language: English)
H. P. King, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St. Andrews

Session: 1212
Title: CLUNY: NEW RESEARCH, III
Organiser: Barbara Rosenwein, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: H. E. J. Cowdrey, St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 1212-a Cluniac History as Eschatology in the Writings of Raoul Glaber (Language: English)
Brent Hardy, Department of History, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
Paper 1212-b Burgus, immunitas, pax: Les rouages de la seigneurie clunisienne du onzième au treizième siècle (Language: Français)
Didier Méhu, Université de Lyon II
Paper 1212-c Cluny and Its Patrons, England and its Patrons: The Differences between Them (Language: English)
Sarah Connolly, School of History, University of Birmingham

Session: 1213
Title: AUTORITÉ PUBLIQUE ET CHARTES (ONZIÈME-TREIZIÈME SIÈCLES)
Sponsor: Atelier de recherches sur les textes médiévaux, Upresa 7002 'Moyen Age', Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique / Université de Nancy 2
Organiser: Benoît-Michel Tock, Department of Medieval History, Université de Strasbourg
Moderator: Benoît-Michel Tock
Paper 1213-a Autorité publique ou autorité seigneuriale: Les chartes des comtes de Saint-Pol (onzième-douzième siècles) (Language: Français)
Jean-François Nieus, Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
Paper 1213-b L'appel fait au comte de Poitiers et duc d'Aquitaine pour l'établissement et la corroboration de chartes (dixième-onzième siècles) (Language: Français)
Jan Prell, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München
Paper 1213-c La charte et l'autorité dans le diocèse d'Amiens (onzième-douzième siècles) (Language: Français)
Laurent Morelle, Department of History, Université de Paris I

Session: 1214
Title: ANOTHER COUNTRY: ASPECTS OF THE PAST FROM MEDIEVAL CHARTERS
Organiser: Sean Miller, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Sean Miller
Paper 1214-a The Politics of Patronage: Lothar I's Donations to Monasteries (Language: English)
Elina Screen, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge
Paper 1214-b Monastic Foundation Charters in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Sean Miller
Paper 1214-c Fact and Fiction in Twelfth-Century Gwynedd: Aberconwy Abbey (Language: English)
Charles Insley, Victoria County History Northamptonshire / Nene College, Northampton
Paper 1214-d Transcribing the Past and Imaging Presence in a Twelfth-Century Cartulary (Language: English)
Robert Maxwell, Department of Art History, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Session: 1215
Title: FABLES AND FABULISTS
Sponsor: Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Group / Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Elizabeth Porges Watson, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Helen Phillips, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 1215-a Caxton Versus Aesop (Language: English)
Gregory I. Carlson, Department of Classics, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska
Paper 1215-b Henryson's Teacher: His Figure of Aesop in His Fables (Language: English)
Elizabeth Porges Watson
Paper 1215-c Bestiaries and IT: The Bayeux Tapestry Multi-Media CD-Rom Project - A Demonstration (Language: English)
Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull

Session: 1216
Title: BEYOND THE SAGAS: SOURCES FOR MEDIEVAL TRØNDELAG, NORWAY
Organiser: Katherine Holman, Department of Scandinavian Studies, University of Hull
Moderator: Judith Jesch, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 1216-a From Nidaros to Stiklestad: The Runic Inscriptions of Trondheim and Trøndelag (Language: English)
Katherine Holman
Paper 1216-b Medieval Trøndelag in the Frostathing Law (Language: English)
Jan Ragnar Hagland, Department of Scandinavian Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Paper 1216-c The Main Sources for Land Ownership and Settlement in Trøndelag in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Audun Dybdahl, Centre for Medieval Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim

Session: 1217
Title: EXPERIENCING MEDIEVAL DRAMA: TORONTO AND YORK 1998 - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Peter Meredith, School of English, University of Leeds
Moderator: Peter Meredith
Purpose: This round table will give people the opportunity to exchange views on the two recent productions of York (or part of it) in Toronto and in its home city. The discussion will concentrate on the value of 'original' staging productions for increasing our understanding of medieval stage practices.

Session: 1218
Title: ASPECTS OF THE LATE MEDIEVAL MOTET
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mary Wolinski, Department of Music, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green
Paper 1218-a 'Baisier Saint Tortüel': A Greek-Byzantine Echo in Adam de la Halle? (Language: Italiano)
Elvira Di Mascia, Università degli Studi di Pavia, Cremona
Paper 1218-b 'Ex quibusdam quasi antithetis': About the Thematic Heterogeneity of the Triplum of the Thiteenth-Century Motet (Language: Italiano)
Francesco Filippo Minetti, Università degli Studi di Pavia, Cremona
Paper 1218-c Biblical Chant and Exegesis in Fauvel's Motet Heu fortuna subdola / Aman novi / Heu me (Language: English)
Antonella Puca, New York University

Session: 1219
Title: SOURCES, CITIZENS AND STRIFE OR COMMUNAL IDENTITY
Organiser: Anthony Scrase, University of the West of England, Bristol
Moderator: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Paper 1219-a Fiction in the (Corporation) Archives: The Making of History in Late-Medieval Bristol (Language: English)
Peter Fleming, University of the West of England, Bristol
Paper 1219-b King's Chamber, Queen's Chamber, Prince's Chamber: Expressing a Relationship Between Urban Communities and the Crown in Later Medieval England (Language: English)
Christian Liddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Paper 1219-c The Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century Citizens of Wells: A Well Understood Group? (Language: English)
Anthony Scrase

Session: 1220
Title: PETER DAMIAN'S LETTERS IN THIRTEENTH-CENTURY CULTURE
Organiser: Stefano Mula, Department of Modern Philology, Università di Cagliari
Moderator: Stefano Mula
Paper 1220-a The Manuscript Tradition of Some Letters of Peter Damian and Their Utilisation as Exempla (Language: English)
Stefano Mula
Paper 1220-b Peter Damian in the Cistercian Traditon: Helinand of Froidmont and One Aspect of the Manuscript Tradition of Damian's Letters (Language: English)
Marinus M. Woesthuis, International Medieval Institute, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Session: 1221
Title: 'IN OUR HALLS IS HUNG, ARMOURY OF THE INVINCIBLE KNIGHTS OF OLD'
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert C. Woosnam-Savage, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Robert C. Woosnam-Savage
Paper 1221-a The Medieval Armoury at the Tower of London (Language: English)
Guy M. Wilson, The Royal Armouries
Paper 1221-b The Armoury of the Castle of Chirburg (Language: English)
Thom Richardson, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Paper 1221-c Where Are They Now?: The Dispersal of a Medieval Armoury (Language: English)
Robert C. Woosnam-Savage

Session: 1222
Title: THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEATED AND DISPERSED SETTLEMENT PATTERNS IN SOUTH-WEST BRITAIN
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Nick Higham, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 1222-a Dispersed Settlement in Somerset and the Aims of the Shapwick Project (Language: English)
Mick Aston, Department for Continuing Education, University of Bristol
Paper 1222-b Holding Back the Tides: The Origins of Dispersed Settlement in a Wetland Landscape (Language: English)
Stephen Rippon, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Exeter
Paper 1222-c Landscape and Settlement on an Upland Fringe: The Potential of Greater Exmoor (Language: English)
Bob Higham, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Exeter and Stephen Rippon

Session: 1223
Title: URBAN GROWTH AND PLANNING
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1223-a Church Origins and Settlement Growth: An Inter-Relational Study in Norwich (Language: English)
Brian Ayers, Norfolk Archaeological Unit, Norwich
Paper 1223-b The Development of a Scandinavian Settlement in Kiev during the Tenth Century (Language: English)
Martina Stein-Wilkeshuis, Dutch Working Group for Criminal Justice History, Leiden
Paper 1223-c WITHDRAWN
Paper 1223-d The Florentine New Towns: Medieval Urbanistic Design in Relation to the Ideal Society (Language: English)
Wim Boerefijn, Department of Art History, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden

Session: 1224
Title: STAGING, PERFORMANCE, SPECTACLE: MEDIEVAL WOMEN IN THE CLASSROOM
Sponsor: 1997 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute on "The Literary Traditions of Medieval Women" / Rice University
Organiser: Jane Chance, Department of English, Rice University, Houston, Texas
Moderator: Ron Stottlemyer, Department of English, Carroll College, Helena
Paper 1224-a Staging Hrotsvit's Inversions (Language: English)
Laurie J. Churchill, Departments of Classics and Women's Studies, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio
Paper 1224-b The Religious and Literary Context of the Music of Hildegard of Bingen (Language: English)
Debra L. Stoudt, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Toledo, Ohio
Paper 1224-c Staging the Unconscious: Medieval Women Mystics as Performers and Performed (Language: English)
Ulrike Wiethaus, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Paper 1224-d Visualising Julian of Norwich's Material Space (Language: English)
Jane Jeffrey, Department of English, West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania

Session: 1225
Title: THE SENSES AND THE SENSES OF THE PSALMS
Sponsor: Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Nell Gifford Martin, Department of Art History, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Moderator: Nell Gifford Martin
Paper 1225-a Sensing the Whole Psalm: Meditations on Psalter Prefaces and Illustrations (Language: English)
Karen Jolly, Department of History, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Paper 1225-b Contesting for Custody of the Senses in the Initials of the St. Albans Psalter (Language: English)
Nell Gifford Martin
Paper 1225-c Liturgical Sacra Pagina: Troped Introits and the Interpretation of Psalms (Language: English)
William T. Flynn, Departments of Religion and Music, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

WEDNESDAY 15 JULY 1998: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 1301
Title: THEORISING ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE, IV - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Fred Orton, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: Fred Orton
Purpose: This round table discussion considers the issues raised in Theorising Anglo-Saxon Sculpture sessions I, II, and III. Richard Bailey (Department of English Literary and Linguistic Studies, University of Newcastle) will respond to the papers given, and initiate the discussion. Amongst the the contributors to this round table will be Carol A. Farr, Jane Hawkes, John Higgitt, Joyce Hill, Catherine E. Karkov, Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Gillian R. Overing, and Ian N. Wood.

Session: 1302
Title: A MEETING FOR THE SOCIETY OF THE MEDIEVAL MEDITERRANEAN - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: The Society of the Medieval Mediterranean
Organiser: Dionisius A. Agius, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Dionisius A. Agius
Purpose: This discussion aims to encourage the exchange of interdisciplinary ideas in the field of Medieval Mediterranean studies. The organisation of a number of sessions and papers for the years 2000, 2001 and 2002 will be discussed, as will possible areas, themes and key speakers. The role of the Society and its future will also be discussed. This round table will be followed by a small reception.

Session: 1312
Title: CLUNY: CLUNIAC STUDIES AT THE END OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Barbara Rosenwein, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: Barbara Rosenwein
Purpose: The purpose of this round table discussion is to assess the general thrust and significance of the papers in sessions Cluny, I-V. It is meant to sum up the legacy of the past historiography of Cluny, recognise the questions that are now "closed", and understand the nature of those that are now "open". It is to be hoped that an international forum, such as the Leeds Congress, is the place where the "national" historiographies of the past may give way to a wider view of the significance and usefulness of Cluny in historical studies. Participants in the discussion will include: Giancarlo Andenna, Hartmut Atsma, Constance H. Berman, Constance Bouchard, Isabelle Cochelin, Sarah Connolly, Giles Constable, H. E. J. Cowdrey, Florent Cygler, Franz Felten, Brent Hardy, Patrick Henriet, Maria Hillebrandt, Daniel-Odon Hurel, Dominique Iogna-Prat, Didier Méhu, Gert Melville, Franz Neiske, Barbara H. Rosenwein, Martial Staub and Jean Vezin.

Session: 1317
Title: MEDIEVAL TECHNOLOGY FROM A DIFFERENT ANGLE: THE YORK GUILD OF BUILDING'S CREATION TO THE FIFTH DAY, FROM THE YORK CYCLE OF MYSTERY PLAYS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Jane Oakshott, York Mystery Plays
Moderator: Noel Shouksmith, York Guild of Building
Purpose: This session involves a demonstration of the building of the wagon for one of the York Cycle of Mystery Plays, The Creation to the Fifth Day. This demonstration will be followed by a discussion of the devices used to "create the world".

Session: 1318
Title: MS. HARLEY 978 - A WORKSHOP
Organiser: Andrew Taylor, Department of English, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
Moderator: Andrew Taylor
Purpose: British Library MS Harley 978 contains a startling range of material, including the famous round 'Sumer is icumen in', a number of other musical pieces, the earliest surviving copy of the Lais of Marie de France, a hawking manual, medical texts, and Goliardic poetry. Discussion of the manuscript has, however, tended to fall within strict disciplinary boundaries. This workshop will explore recent work on the different sections of the manuscript and how it might be brought together to do justice to the complexity of the manuscript as a whole.

Session: 1321
Title: COMPUTERISED MEASURING TECHNIQUES, APPLIED TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL REMAINS AND MINING ARCHITECTURE - A WORKSHOP
Sponsor: Institut für Denkmalpflege, Hannover / Historisches Seminar, Universität- Gesamthochschule, Siegen
Organisers: Harald Witthöft, Department of History, Universität-Gesamthochschule, Siegen and Lothar Klappauf, Institut für Denkmalpflege, Stützpunkt Harzarchäologie, Goslar
Moderator: Harald Witthöft
Purpose: A piece of three-dimensional surveying equipment for archaeology and architecture will be presented by Friedrich Balck (Technische Universität Clausthal). There will be a short introduction to the scientific background. This will be followed by a demonstration of some important applications, in particular, in a thousand-year-old artificial cave in the famous mine of Goslar.

Session: 1322
Title: CONSERVATION OF RURAL SETTLEMENTS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Stephen Coleman, Heritage and Environment Group, Bedfordshire County Council, Bedford
Moderator: Stephen Coleman
Purpose: This round table will address current problems concerning the conservation of rural settlements in the UK. These issues have been raised in the recent policy statement of the Medieval Settlement Research Group. Britain's abandoned medieval settlement sites, the best preserved in Europe, are still a valuable resource, but they are being constantly eroded by modern development and farming methods. Are we pursuing the best strategy for preservation? What should we do to save the hamlet and farmstead settlements? What should our policy be towards still inhabited settlements which occupy known medieval sites? Participants of this round table will include Robin Daniels, Mark Gardiner, David Stocker (English Heritage, London) and Stuart Wrathmell.

THURSDAY 16 JULY 1998: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 1401
Title: APPROACHES TO OLD ENGLISH PROSE
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Donald G. Scragg, Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Donald G. Scragg
Paper 1401-a Narration and Judgement in the Old English Letter of Alexander to Aristotle (Language: English)
Kathryn Powell, Department of English, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 1401-b The Treatment of Time and the Narrative Structure in Ælfric's Lives of the Saints (Language: English)
Michèle Bussières, Department of English, Université de Poitiers
Paper 1401-c Historicising Narrative in Old English Prose (Language: English)
Jacqueline Stodnick, Department of English, University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Session: 1402
Title: MEDIEVAL IBERIA, I: THE ISLAMIC SETTLEMENT
Sponsor: Historians of Medieval Iberia
Organiser: Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Jeremy Lawrence, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Manchester
Paper 1402-a Settlers and Citizens in the Aftermath of the Invasion of the Iberian Peninsula (711 AD) (Language: English)
Richard Hitchcock, Department of Spanish, University of Exeter
Paper 1402-b This paper is withdrawn due to the unfortunate death of Prof. Peter Scales, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Aberdeen
Instead: The Work of Peter Scales
Edward Cooper, London Guildhall University
Paper 1402-c The Descendants of Sarah the Goth (Language: English)
Ann Christys Change of Running Order

Session: 1403
Title: BEYOND LUTHER: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF INDULGENCES IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Jessalynn Bird, The Queen's College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Thomas Izbicki, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 1403-b Indulgences and the Persistence of Confessional Historiography (Language: English)
Robert W. Shaffern, Department of History, University of Scranton, Pennsylvania
Paper 1403-a What Were They thinking?: Pilgrim Expectations and Scholarly Views of Indulgences (Language: English)
Theresa Gross-Diaz, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Paper 1403-c Crusade Indulgences and the Circle of Peter the Chanter: Theory, Practice and Criticism (Language: English)
Jessalynn Bird

Session: 1404
Title: MEDIEVAL ART AND NUCLEAR SCIENCE
Sponsor: Limestone Sculpture Provenance Project, Berkeley, California
Organiser: Georgia Wright, Limestone Sculpture Provenance Project, Berkeley, California
Moderator: Jean M. French, Department of Art History, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Paper 1404-a The Neutron Activation Analysis Process (Language: English)
Lore Holmes, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York
Paper 1404-b The Romanesque Sculpture of Lincoln Cathedral (Language: English)
Thomas E. Russo, Department of Art and Art History, Drury College, Springfield, Missouri
Paper 1404-c St-Jacques-aux-Pélerins, Paris and Jumièges (Language: English)
Georgia Wright
Paper 1404-d Sculpture from Parthenay in Museum Collections (Language: English)
Peter Scott Brown, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Paper 1404-e Defining the Authenticity of Capitals from the Twelfth-Century Choir of Saint-Martin-des-Champs in Paris: The Role of Neutron Activation Analysis (Language: English)
Danielle V. Johnson, The Limestone Sculpture Provenance Project, Paris
Paper 1404-f Capitals from Saint-André de Bordeaux (Language: English)
Jean M. French
Paper 1404-g Spolia at Notre Dame de Donnemarie-en-Montois: The Scientific Evidence (Language: English)
Evelyn S. Lane, Department of Art, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts

Session: 1405
Title: CASTLE STUDIES: FORM, FUNCTION AND MEANING
Sponsor: Historic Buildings Research Unit, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Jennifer Alexander, Department of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Jennifer Alexander
Paper 1405-a Castles and Conventions in the Twelfth-Century Gesta Stephani (Language: English)
Sarah Speight, Department of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Paper 1405-b The Symbolism of the Great Tower (Language: English)
Pamela Marshall, Department of Archaeology, University of Nottingham
Paper 1405-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1406
Title: TRISTAN: KONZEPTION UND REZEPTION, I (IN MEMORIAM PETER STEIN)
Sponsor: Universitäten St. Gallen und Salzburg
Organiser: Margarete Springeth, Institute of German Srudies, Universität Salzburg
Moderator: Cora B. Dietl, German Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 1406-a Tristan wider die hoefische Liebe (Hans Sachs) (Language: Deutsch)
Cora B. Dietl
Paper 1406-b 'Tristan als Mönch'? (Language: Deutsch)
Annegret Merz, German Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 1406-c Aus dem Nachlass eines Tristan-Forschers: Peter Stein (Salzburg) (Language: Deutsch)
Ruth Weichselbaumer, Institute of German Studies, Universität Salzburg

Session: 1407
Title: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD: PRIESTS, IV
Organisers: Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht and Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, University of Haifa
Moderator: Yitzhak Hen
Paper 1407-a Grave Contrasts: Assessing Clerical Involvement in Merovingian Burial with Archaeological and Written Evidence (Language: English)
Bonnie Effros, Department of Historical Studies, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Paper 1407-b Priests and Tonsure (Language: English)
Hubertus Lutterbach, Yale Institute of Sacred Music, New Haven, Connecticut
Paper 1407-c Anglo-Saxon Priests, Saints and Holy-Men: The Archaeological Evidence (Language: English)
Leslie Webster, Department of Medieval and Later Antiquities, The British Museum, London
Paper 1407-d Church and State in Liutprandian Pavia (Language: English)
Nick Everett, Department of History, University of Queensland, Brisbane

Session: 1408
Title: HUMOUR IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES: MISUNDERSTANDING AND INCONGRUITY
Sponsor: Early Medieval Europe
Organiser: Guy Halsall, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Catherine Cubitt, Department of History, University of York
Paper 1408-a Laughter in Babel: Misunderstanding and Miscommunication in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries (Language: English)
Paul John Kershaw, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1408-b A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven: Comic Incongruity in Old English Saints' Lives (Language: English)
Hugh Magennis, School of English, The Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 1408-c Comic Subversion in Judith (Language: English)
Ivan Herbison, School of English, The Queen's University, Belfast

Session: 1409
Title: WRITING RELIGIOUS WOMEN, III: VENERATION AND DELUSION IN MARGERY KEMPE
Organisers: Denis Renevey, Department of English, Université de Fribourg and Christiania Whitehead, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of Warwick, Coventry
Moderator: Anne E. McGovern-Mouron, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
Paper 1409-a Venerations of Saints in Margery Kempe's Meditation: Influence of the Sarum Liturgy and Hagiography (Language: English)
Naoë Kukita, College of Medical Technology, Hokkaido University, Sapporo
Paper 1409-b Margery's Performing Body: The Translation of Late Medieval Discursive Religious Practices (Language: English)
Denis Renevey
Paper 1409-c The Madness of Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Richard Lawes, Magdalen College, University of Oxford

Session: 1410
Title: PATRONAGE, MATRONAGE OR MÄZENAT/MÉCENAT?, II: THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Felice Lifshitz, Universität Frankfurt / Florida International University, Miami
Moderator: Ellen Kittell, Department of History, University of Idaho, Moscow
Paper 1410-a Gender and the Lordly Woman: The Case of Adela of Blois (Language: English)
Kimberly A. Lo Prete, Department of History, National University of Ireland, Galway
Paper 1410-b The Women Patrons of Osbern Bokenham: Matronage or Patronage? (Language: English)
Sheila Delany, Department of English, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia
Paper 1410-c 'La Reyna Isabell de France': Matron of the Counter-Reformation in Bohemia, Moravia, and Austria (Language: English)
Joseph F. Patrouch, Department of History, Florida International University, Miami
Respondent: Ellen Kittell

Session: 1411
Title: INNOVATION WITHIN TRADITION: CISTERCIANS IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES AND BEYOND
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 1411-a The Meeting of Gothic and Baroque: Sedlec Abbey in Bohemia (c. 1300 and c. 1700) (Language: English)
Klára Bene¹ovská, Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague
Paper 1411-b Book Painting in Bohemia in the Early Fifteenth-Century: A Group of Richly Illuminated Manuscripts Made for Sedlec Abbey (Language: English)
Milada Studnicková, Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague
Paper 1411-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1412
Title: COMMEMORATING THE DEAD IN THE CATHEDRAL OF BRAGA
Sponsor: Universidade do Minho, Braga
Organiser: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Moderator: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Paper 1412-a Death in Portugal in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Paper 1412-b The Anniversaries of the See of Braga (Language: English)
Alexandra Soares, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Paper 1412-c Chantry Chapels in the Fifteenth Century (Language: English)
Isabel Gonçalves, Universidade do Minho, Braga

Session: 1413
Title: MEMORY IN MEDIEVAL RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES: HISTORY, EXEMPLUM AND IMAGE, I
Organisers: Ellen Joyce, Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota and Kimberly Rivers, Department of History, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Moderator: Isabelle Cochelin, Department of History, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1413-a Edification, Visions and 'Memoria' in the Work of Otloh of St. Emmeram (Language: English)
Ellen Joyce
Paper 1413-b Commemoration as Exemplum: The Liber Benefactorum of Ramsey Abbey (Language: English)
Jennifer Paxton, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 1413-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1414
Title: FOOD AND NUTRITION IN LIVONIA AND NORTHERN GERMANY: THE VARIETY OF SOURCES
Sponsor: Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Anu Mänd, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Melitta Weiss Adamson, University of Western Ontario, London
Paper 1414-a Festive Food in Riga and Reval: Account Books of Guilds and Confraternities as Sources for the History of Nutrition (Language: English)
Anu Mänd
Paper 1414-b Eating Habits in Late-Medieval Tartu, Estonia (Language: English)
Ülle Sillasoo, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1414-c Archaeobotanical Investigations in Medieval and Post-Medieval Towns of Northern Germany: The Examples of Lüneburg and Rostock (Language: English)
Julian Wiethold, Institut für Ur- und Frügeschichte, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel
Paper 1414-d Dental Pathologies as Sources for the History of Nutrition: The Case Study of Tartu (Language: English)
Ken Kalling, Museum of History, Tartu University

Session: 1415
Title: POLITICS, RELIGIOUS DOCTRINE AND BELIEFS IN MEDIEVAL EASTERN EUROPE
Organiser: Z. J. Kosztolnyik, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Moderator: Z. J. Kosztolnyik
Paper 1415-a Polish-Hungarian Relations of the Fourteenth Century in the Light of Primary Sources (Language: English)
Daniel Bagi, Ianus Pannonius University, Pécs
Paper 1415-b Russian 'Paganism' (Language: English)
Lori Ann Bell, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Paper 1415-c Development of the Witch Image in Germanic and East-European Law Codes of Medieval Europe (Language: English)
Jennifer Thibodeaux, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station

Session: 1416
Title: MEDIEVAL CULTURES IN TRANSLATION
Organiser: Ruth Evans, Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture, University of Wales, Cardiff
Moderator: Ruth Evans
Peter Coss, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 1416-a Relics and Political Power: St Cuthbert and the Scandinavian Kings of York (Language: English)
William Aird, Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 1416-b Legal Literature and the Latin East (Language: English)
Peter Edbury, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 1416-c Mandeville's Theatre: Travel Literature and Performance of the East (Language: English)
Kirsten Hill, Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture, University of Wales, Cardiff

Session: 1417
Title: THE YORK GUILDS' MYSTERY PLAYS: THEN AND NOW
Organiser: Jane Oakshott, York Mystery Plays
Moderator: Jane Oakshott
Paper 1417-a The State of the Streets in Medieval York (Language: English)
David M. Palliser, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1417-b Medieval York: Crowd Control at the Corpus Christi Play (Language: English)
Margaret Rogerson, Department of English, University of Sydney
Paper 1417-c Guild Participation in the Mystery Plays: York 1998 (Language: English)
Kit Bird, Company of Cordwainers of the City of York

Session: 1418
Title: MUSIC, MYSTICISM AND RELIGIOUS LIFE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: John Caldwell, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford
Paper 1418-a The Music of Medieval Mystical Prose (Language: English)
Anikó Daróczi, Department of English, Gáspár Károli University, Budapest
Paper 1418-b St. Cecilia, the Preacher and Musician: Her Vita in the Beaupré Antiphonary and the Isabella Breviary (Language: English)
Marijim Thoene, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 1418-c The Visual and Acoustic Environment of German Dominican Nuns (Language: English)
Erika L. Lindgren, Department of History, University of Iowa, Iowa City

Session: 1419
Title: TILL DEATH DO US PART: ESTABLISHING, EXPLORING AND EXTERMINATING FAMILY TIES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Jessica Hemming, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 1419-a Women and Inheritance: A Study of the Inheritance Practices Surrounding Female Heirs and Land-Holders in Southern France (c. 1000-1250) (Language: English)
Lisa A. Harkey, Department of History, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Paper 1419-b Fratricide and Dynastic Politics among the Early-Medieval Celts (Language: English)
David E. Thornton, Department of History, Bilkent University
Paper 1419-c Marriage Strategies of a Baronial Family: The Lovells of Titchmarsh (Language: English)
Monika Simon, University of York

Session: 1420
Title: NEW APPROACHES TO MEDIEVAL COMMUNICATION, I
Organiser: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Mary Garrison, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1420-a New Approaches to Medieval Communication? (Language: English)
Marco Mostert
Paper 1420-b The Intended Audience of Early-Medieval Hagiographical Texts (Language: English)
Wolfert S. van Egmond, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1420-c The Making of Monarchs: The Coronation in Carolingian and Ottonian Sources (Language: English)
Mariëlle Hageman, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1421
Title: SOLDIERS AND THEIR SONGS
Organiser: David S. Green, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Rhiannon M. Lawrence-Francis, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 1421-a The Military Personnel of Edward the Black Prince (Language: English)
David S. Green
Paper 1421-b Crusading Songs (Language: English)
Paul Bracken, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 1421-c The Crusade Armies of 1383 and 1386 (Language: English)
James McGee, University of Leicester

Session: 1422
Title: WHARRAM PERCY REVISITED, I
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: John Hurst, Assistant Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments, English Heritage (Retired)
Paper 1422-a The Changing Interpretation of Medieval Wharram (Language: English)
Stuart Wrathmell, West Yorkshire Archaeology Service, Wakefield
Paper 1422-b Aspects of Wharram's Pre-Conquest Settlement (Language: English)
Julian D. Richards, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 1422-c The Visibility of Iron Smiths at Wharram and Other Anglo-Saxon Settlements (Language: English)
Gerry McDonnell, Department of Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford

Session: 1423
Title: FOREST SETTLEMENTS
Sponsor: Victoria County History
Organiser: Janet Cooper, Victoria County History of Essex, Chelmsford
Moderator: Janet Cooper
Paper 1423-a Introduction to Woodland (Language: English)
Oliver Rackham, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1423-b Assarting in the Forest of Dean: The Creation of Newland Parish (Language: English)
Nicholas Herbert, Victoria County History of Gloucestershire, Gloucester
Paper 1423-c Assarts and Purprestures: Settlement in the Royal Forests of Whittlewood and Salcey (Language: English)
Charles Insley, Victoria County History Northamptonshire / Nene College, Northampton

Session: 1424
Title: RELIGIOUS WOMEN IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Shulai Elkatip, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol
Paper 1424-a Contesting the Sacred: Aristocratic Women and the Holy Land in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Dorothea French, Department of History, Santa Clara University, California
Paper 1424-b Bearding the Martyr: St. Wilgefortis, a Study in Subversive Sanctity (Language: English)
Christina M. Carlson, Fordham University, Bronx, New York
Paper 1424-c Living in the Palaces of Love: Love and the Soul in the Visions of St. Aldegund of Maubeuge (c. 635-684) (Language: English)
Isabel Moreira, Department of History, University of Utah, Salt Lake City

Session: 1425
Title: THE BODY AND SALVATION
Organiser: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: James R. Ginther
Paper 1425-a The Shadow of the Flesh: Reflections on Some Twelfth-Century Jewish-Christian Encounters. (Language: English)
Jeremy Worthen, South East Institute for Theological Education, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 1425-b Were Men's Bodies an Impediment to Salvation? (Language: English)
Jacqueline Murray, Department of History, University of Windsor, Ontario

THURSDAY 16 JULY 1998: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 1501
Title: RESEARCH GROUP ON POST-CONQUEST OLD ENGLISH MANUSCRIPTS
Sponsor: Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Elaine M. Treharne, Department of English, University of Leicester
Moderator: Elaine M. Treharne
Purpose: This session marks the launch of a new research group on manuscripts
written in Old English after 1066. A panel, including Elaine
Treharne, and Mary Swan (University of Leeds) will give short presentations which will raise the major issues emerging from current scholarship on this topic. Anybody working in this area is welcome to contribute or to listen.

Session: 1502
Title: MEDIEVAL IBERIA, II: THE RECONQUEST
Sponsor: Historians of Medieval Iberia
Organiser: Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Roger Wright, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Liverpool
Paper 1502-a The Chronicle of Alfonso III (Language: English)
John Wreglesworth, Independent Scholar, Manchester
Paper 1502-b Lisbon: Where Reconquest and Crusade Converge (Language: English)
Harold Livermore
Paper 1502-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1503
Title: INNOCENT III AND THE NORTH
Sponsor: Departments of Development and Planning, and History, Aalborg Universitet
Organiser: Torben K. Nielsen, Department of History, Aalborg Universitet
Moderator: Torben K. Nielsen
Paper 1503-a Innocent III, Andrew Sunesen, and 'Danish' Theology (Language: English)
Ane Bysted, Institute for the History of Ideas, Aarhus Universitet
Paper 1503-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 1503-c Innocent III, Denmark, Norway and Sweden (Language: English)
Torben K. Nielsen

Session: 1504
Title: QUANTITATIVE USE OF IMAGES
Sponsor: Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Organiser: Axel Bolvig, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Moderator: Axel Bolvig
Paper 1504-a Searching for the Patterns of Image Language: The Example of Social Groups (Language: English)
Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems / Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1504-b Searching for the Patterns of Image Language: It is the Quantity that Matters Today (Language: English)
Jesper Jerne Borrild, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1504-c Imagines Idearum: Quantative Analyses of the Structure and Sources of the Images in Cesare Ripa's Iconologia (Rome 1593) (Language: English)
Tamás Sajó, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 1505
Title: STYLE, MEANING OR ECONOMY?: THE RE-USE OF EARLIER BUILDINGS IN LATE GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE
Organisers: Ellen Shortell, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston and Evelyn S. Lane, Department of Art, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts
Moderator: Ellen Shortell
Paper 1505-a Layered History and Grafted Space: The Power of the Past at Saint-Ouen (Language: English)
Linda Neagley, Department of Art and Art History, Rice University, Houston, Texas
Paper 1505-b Reappraisal or Recycling?: The Late Gothic Campaigns at Saint-Severin in Paris (Language: English)
Abby McGehee, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, Oregon
Paper 1505-c Recalling the Monarchy: The Curious Use of Archaic and New Forms at the Holy Saint Chapel of Rue in Picardy (1480-1520), or How to Finish Louis XI's Project? (Language: English)
Claire Labrecque, Department of History, Université Laval, Québec

Session: 1506
Title: TRISTAN: KONZEPTION UND REZEPTION, II (IN MEMORIAM PETER STEIN)
Sponsor: Universitäten St. Gallen und Salzburg
Organiser: Margarete Springeth, Institute of German Srudies, Universität Salzburg
Moderator: Cora B. Dietl, German Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 1506-a Tristano in Italia (Laura Mancinelli) (Language: Deutsch)
Margarete Springeth
Paper 1506-b Phraseologismen in Gottfried's Tristan (Language: Deutsch)
Matti Vapaatalo, German Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 1506-c 'Endlich allein!': Das Tristan-Hörspiel von Ingomar von Kieseritzky und Karin Bellinkrodt (Language: Deutsch)
Ulrich Müller, Department of German, Universität Salzburg

Session: 1507
Title: FROM CASSIODORUS TO ERIUGENA: PIONEERS OF CHRISTIANITY IN EARLY MEDIEVAL REGNA
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Nora Berend, St. Catharine's College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1507-a Town, Country and the Christianisation of Italy in Cassiodorus' Variae (Language: English)
S. J. B. Barnish, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 1507-b Propaganda and Poetry at the Court of Charles the Bald: The Example of John Scottus Eriugena's Hellinas Troasque (Language: English)
Parshia Lee-Stecum, School of Classics, Trinity College, Dublin
Paper 1507-c Irish 'Peregrini' on the Continent (Language: English)
Gillian Murphy, Department of History, University College, University of London

Session: 1508
Title: HUMOUR IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES: HUMOUR AND CAROLINGIAN POLITICS
Sponsor: Early Medieval Europe
Organiser: Guy Halsall, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: David Ganz, King's College, University of London
Paper 1508-a With Scoffing and Derision: The Power of Ridicule and Irony in Carolingian Political Narrative (Language: English)
Stuart Airlie, Department of Medieval History, University of Glasgow
Paper 1508-b The Emperor Who Never Smiled: Thegan's Portrait of Louis the Pious (Language: English)
Matthew J. Innes, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Respondent: David Ganz, King's College, University of London

Session: 1509
Title: MARGERY KEMPE AND FRIENDS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti, Department of Linguistics, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Paper 1509-a Madness and Mysticism: Yet Another Look at Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Stephen Lake, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1509-b Sisters in Spirituality: Lady Margaret Beaufort and Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Sheila Roberts, Department of English, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia
Paper 1509-c Witnessing Women: Spirituality as Power in the Narratives of Margery Kempe and Zilpha Elaw (Language: English)
Lisa Tatonetti, Department of English, Ohio State University, Columbus

Session: 1510
Title: MEDITATING ON CHRIST
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Denis Renevey, Department of English, Université de Fribourg
Paper 1510-a Mysticism and Martyrdom: The Meditations on the Passion of Christ and the Upgrading of the Discourse on Cruelty in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Daniel Baraz, Department of History, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Paper 1510-b Der Gebrauch des Körpers beim Gebet (Language: Deutsch)
Helmut Dworschak, Universität Zürich
Paper 1510-c The Christic Visions of Teresa of Avila (Language: English)
Phillip Wiebe, Department of Arts and Religious Studies, Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia

Session: 1511
Title: STUDIES ON THE MEDIEVAL CARMELITE ORDER
Sponsor: Institutum Carmelitanum
Organiser: Richard Copsey, O.Carm, Institutum Carmelitanum, Rome
Moderator: Richard Copsey
Paper 1511-a Aymeric of Malfaida Revisited: His Links With the Early Carmelites? (Language: English)
Paul Chandler, O.Carm, Melbourne College of Divinity
Paper 1511-b The Appeal of the Mendicants: A Study of Devotions in Medieval English Carmelite Churches (Language: English)
Kevin Alban, O.Carm, Carmelite Student Centre, London
Paper 1511-c The Wandering Doctoral Student: An Analysis of MS. Harley 1819; John Bale's Notebook of His Visit to France in 1526-7 (Language: English)
Richard Copsey

Session: 1512
Title: EXPRESSIONS OF PIETY: DEVOTION AND DECORATIONS IN CONVENTS AND CHURCH
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ilse E. Friesen, Fine Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario
Paper 1512-a The Making of a Medieval Altarpiece (Language: English)
Britta Andersen, Department of Medieval Archaeology, Aarhus Universitet
Paper 1512-b Images of Christian Society in Italian Romanesque Art (Language: English)
Anat Tcherikover, Department of Art History, University of Haifa

Paper 1512-c 'Orate pro me?': The Motivation for Commemorations in Chantries, Windows and Monuments in the Parish Churches of Late-Medieval York (Language: English)
Clara M. Barnett, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 1513
Title: MEMORY IN MEDIEVAL RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES: HISTORY, EXEMPLUM AND IMAGE, II
Organisers: Ellen Joyce, Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota
Kimberly Rivers, Department of History, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Moderator: Jeremy Worthen, South East Institute for Theological Education, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 1513-a Memory, Imitative Practice, and Exempla in Dominican Pastoral Theology of the Thirteenth Century (Language: English)
Robert Sweetman, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1513-b Memory and Reading in Franciscan Chronicles (Language: English)
Bert Roest, Center of Classical, Oriental, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1513-c Twelve Things Every Christian Should Remember: Memory and Religious Devotion in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Kimberly Rivers

Session: 1514
Title: LAND, LANDSCAPE AND IDENTITY IN MEDIEVAL HISTORIOGRAPHY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Marie Bláhová, Department of the Auxiliary Sciences of History, Charles University, Prague
Paper 1514-a 'Other Lands' as Seen by the Russian Medieval Travellers from the Eleventh to the Fifteenth Centuries (Language: Deutsch)
Michail Timofeev, Department of Philosophy, Ivanovo State University
Paper 1514-b 'Mother Russia': Gender and National Identity in Russian Medieval Texts (Language: English)
Oleg Riabov, Department of Philosophy, Ivanovo State University
Paper 1514-c Landscape Functions in the Old Icelandic Family Sagas (Language: English)
Ian Wyatt, School of English, University of Leeds

Session: 1515
Title: TEXT AND SOCIETY IN LATE MEDIEVAL EASTERN EUROPE
Organiser: Z. J. Kosztolnyik, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Moderator: Z. J. Kosztolnyik
Paper 1515-a Gesta Regis Danielis in the Russian Chronicles of the Thirteenth Century (Language: English)
Marta F. Font, Department of Medieval Studies, Ianus Pannonius University, Pécs
Paper 1515-b Anabaptist Codices in Late-Medieval Hungary (Language: English)
Balint Rado, Department of History, Ianus Pannonius University, Pécs
Paper 1515-c Proverbs as Means of Understanding Late-Medieval Russian Ideology of Power (Language: English)
Endre Sashalmi, Department of History, Ianus Pannonius University, Pécs

Session: 1516
Title: MAKING AND MARKETING THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Geraldine Barnes, Department of English / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Paper 1516-a From Bayeux Tapestry to Bayer Plc.: The Medievalism of Marketing (Language: English)
Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 1516-b 'This Butter is a Banquet for Us': Cultural Typification of the Finns in Medieval Icelandic Sagas (Language: English)
Phil Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 1516-c Hollywood and Camelot: Recent Film Adaptations of Arthurian Romance (Language: English)
Nick Haydock, Department of English, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez

Session: 1517
Title: MIDDLE ENGLISH LITERATURE: CONTEMPORARY TRANSLATION AND MODERN PRESENTATION
Organiser: Margaret Mary Raftery, Department of English, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein
Moderator: Margaret Mary Raftery
Paper 1517-a Harrowing Hell and Recovering Eden: The Gospel of Nicodemus in Some Middle English Dramatic and Narrative Texts (Language: English)
Brian S. Lee, Department of English, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch
Paper 1517-b The General Prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales: A Multimedia Introduction for South-African Students (Language: English)
Margaret Mary Raftery
Paper 1517-c Toward a Poetics of Modernisation: The York Plays (Language: English)
Kimberley M. Yates, University of Toronto, Ontario

Session: 1518
Title: TAKING GOODS FROM BERGEN TO BERLIN: MEANS OF TRANSPORT FROM AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Organiser: Susan Möller-Wiering, Universität Hamburg
Moderator: Jan Bill, National Museum, Centre for Maritime Archaeology, Roskilde
Paper 1518-a Transitions in North-European Cargo Ship Construction at the Beginning of the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Jan Bill
Paper 1518-b Land Transport on Horseback in Early-Medieval Scandinavia (Language: English)
Ulrike Küster, Universität Hamburg
Paper 1518-c Use of Textiles in Medieval Transport (Language: English)
Susan Möller-Wiering

Session: 1519
Title: MEDIEVAL PROSOPOGRAPHY, II
Sponsor: Medieval Prosopography
Organiser: Emma Mason, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Jackie Mountain, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 1519-a Crossing a Great Divide?: Clerical Wills and Secular Families (Language: English)
Joel T. Rosenthal, Department of History, State University of New York, Stony Brook
Paper 1519-b Prosopographical Perspectives from Five Thousand Monastic Biographies (Language: English)
Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1519-b Prosopography of East Anglian Nuns (Language: English)
Marilyn Oliva, Department of History, Fordham University, Bronx, New York

Session: 1520
Title: NEW APPROACHES TO MEDIEVAL COMMUNICATION, II
Organiser: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Marco Mostert
Paper 1520-a The Reception of Early-Medieval Letter Collections (Language: English)
Mary Garrison, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1520-b The Uses of the Written Word in Judicial Practice (c. 500-1100): Regional and Chronological Comparisons (Language: English)
Karl J. Heidecker, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1520-c The Introduction of Writing to Central Europe: Poland, Hungary and Bohemia (Language: English)
Anna Adamska, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1521
Title: THE BATTLE OF TOWTON (1461)
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Graeme Rimer, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Graeme Rimer
Paper 1521-a The Battle and Battlefield of Towton (Language: English)
Andrew Boardman, Independent Scholar
Paper 1521-b Archaeology and Anthropology of the Battle of Towton (Language: English)
Anthea Boylston, Department of Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford
Paper 1521-c Arms and Armour of the Wars of the Roses (Language: English)
Graeme Rimer

Session: 1522
Title: WHARRAM PERCY REVISITED, II
Sponsor: Medieval Settlement Research Group
Organiser: Chris Dyer, School of History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: John Hurst, Assistant Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments, English Heritage (Retired)
Paper 1522-a The Development of the Churchyard: New Data and New Interpretations (Language: English)
Charlotte Harding, Wharram Post-Excavation Project
Paper 1522-b The Human Skeletal Remains from Wharram Percy (Language: English)
Simon Mays, Ancient Monuments Laboratory, English Heritage, London
Paper 1522-c Preservation and Presentation: Finding a Role for Wharram in the Twenty-First Century (Language: English)
Martin Allfrey, English Heritage, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Paper 1522-d The Human Skeletal Remains from Wharram Percy - A Poster
Simon Mays

Session: 1523
Title: ESTATE AND SETTLEMENT PATTERNS IN OXFORDSHIRE, STAFFORDSHIRE AND ESSEX
Sponsor: Victoria County History
Organiser: Janet Cooper, Victoria County History of Essex, Chelmsford
Moderator: Janet Cooper
Paper 1523-a The Staffordshire Moorlands (Language: English)
Nigel Tringham, Department of History, University of Keele / Victoria County History of Staffordshire, Stafford
Paper 1523-b Multiple Estate to Nucleated Villages: Bampton (Oxfordshire) and Its Environs (Language: English)
Simon Townley, Victoria County History of Oxfordshire, Oxford
Paper 1523-c Early Estates and Dispersed Settlement in the Colne Valley, Essex (Language: English)
Janet Cooper

Session: 1524
Title: IMAGINING MARY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ursula Vones-Liebenstein, Department of History, Universität Köln
Paper 1524-a The Virgin Mary: Play, Poetry and Redemption in Middle English Verse (Language: English)
Scott E. Pincikowski, Department of German, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Paper 1524-b Marian Devotion in Late-Medieval England: The Case of the Immaculate Conception (Language: English)
Mariko Takahashi, Department of History, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Paper 1524-c Romance, Wall Paintings and Vault Bosses: Le Bone Florence of Rome in Context (Language: English)
Masaji Tajiri, Department of Area Studies, Osaka University of Foreign Studies

Session: 1525
Title: APOCALYPTIC TENSIONS IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: James R. Ginther
Paper 1525-a The Peace of God and the Communes in the Eleventh Century: From Apocalyptic Charisma to Civic Routinisation (Language: English)
Richard Landes, Department of History, Boston University, Massachusetts
Paper 1525-b The Papal Reform of the Eleventh Century: Exegesis of Revelation and Apocalyptic Rhetoric (Language: English)
Louis Hamilton, Department of History, Fordham University, Bronx, New York
Paper 1525-c The Papacy and Messianism in the Genesis of the Crusading Movement (Language: English)
John O. Ward, Department of History, University of Sydney

THURSDAY 16 JULY 1998: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 1602
Title: MEDIEVAL IBERIA, III: LATE MEDIEVAL SPAIN
Sponsor: Historians of Medieval Iberia
Organiser: Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Wendy Childs, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1602-a The Chronicle of 1344 (Language: English)
Aengus Ward, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 1602-b Noble Violence: The Case of Arnau Roger, Count of Pallars (1424-1451) (Language: English)
Alan Ryder, School of History, University of Bristol
Paper 1602-c The Origins of the Spanish Inquisition Debate (Language: English)
John Edwards, Independent Scholar, Oxford