IMC 1999 - 12-15 July 1999

Congress Programme: IMC 1999

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NOTE: All entries highlighted in red are changes which have been received since the IMC'99 Programme Book was printed.


MONDAY 12 JULY 1999: 09.30 - 10.30

Keynote Lecture: 001
Sponsor: British Academy
Title: ENJOYING THE SAINTS IN LATE ANTIQUITY (Language: English)
Speaker: Peter Brown, Department of History, Princeton University
Introduction: Kate Cooper, Department of Religion and Theology, University of Manchester


MONDAY 12 JULY 1999: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 101
Title: MEDIEVALISM IN AMERICA
Sponsor: Studies in Medievalism
Organisers: Kathleen Verduin and Leslie Workman, Studies in Medievalism, Holland, Michigan
Moderator: Leslie Workman
Paper 101-a: The Medieval in the (American) Renaissance: Medievalism in Antebellum American Literature (Language: English)
Kathleen Verduin
Paper 101-b: 'A verray parfit gentil knight': The Medieval Knight as Allegory in American Public Art, 1895-1918 (Language: English)
Kymberly N. Pinder, Art Institute of Chicago
Paper 101-c: Medievalism in the Contemporary American Cinema (Language: English)
Roy M. Anker, Department of English, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Session: 102
Title: PATHS TO POWER: THE EARLY TUDORS AND THEIR SERVANTS
Organiser: Margaret McGlynn, Department of History, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: DeLloyd J. Guth, Canadian Legal History Project, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
Paper 102-a: Empson, Dudley and the Council Learned: Political Opportunity or Fatal Mistake? (Language: English)
Lisa Ford, Department of Modern History, University of St Andrews
Paper 102-b: 'Quod principi placuit?' Henry VIII and the Inns of Court (Language: English)
Margaret McGlynn
Paper 102-c: The Edwardian Career of William Cecil (Language: English)
Stephen Alford, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge

Session: 103
Title: RITUALS AND 'RITUALISM' IN LATE MEDIEVAL SOCIETIES
Organiser: Frank Rexroth, Department of History, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin
Moderator: Frank Rexroth
Paper 103-a: A New Approach or Just Another Fashion Fad? Medievalists and Medieval Rituals (Language: English)
Frank Rexroth
Paper 103-b: Communal Feasting in Danish Medieval Guilds (Language: English)
Lars Bisgaard, Kartografisk Dokumentationscenter, Odense Universitet
Paper 103-c: Letting down the Lord: A Symbolic Conflict in Reformation Augsburg and Its Medieval Origins (Language: English)
Benjamin Scheller, Department of History, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin

Session: 104
Title: TEXTS AND IMAGES: THEMES FROM ROME AND ITALY
Organiser: John Doran, Department of History, University College Chester
Moderator: Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, London
Paper 104-a: Selling Sylvester or Canonising Constantine? The Donation of Constantine in the Early 13th Century (Language: English)
John Doran
Paper 104-b: Learning and Iconography: A 13th-Century Visualised Encyclopaedia in the Abbey of Tre Fontane at Rome (Language: English)
Kristin Bliksund Aavitsland, Norwegian Institute, Rome/Universitetet Oslo
Paper 104-c: Dante's Judgement and Italian Doom (Language: English)
Margaret A. Jackson, Department of History, University College Chester

Session: 105
Title: CHARTERS AND THE USE OF THE WRITTEN WORD I
Organiser: Karl J. Heidecker, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 105-a: The Use of Writing in Litigation: From Carolingian Order to Feudal Chaos and Beyond? (Language: English)
Karl J. Heidecker
Paper 105-b: 'From Memory to Written Record' dans la périphérie de la latinité médiévale: Le cas de la Pologne aux XIe-XIIIe siècles (Language: Français)
Anna Adamska, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 105-c: How to Become a Scribe in a 12th-13th-Century Chancery (Language: English)
Thomas Ertl, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien

Session: 106
Title: ACTION THEORY IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Colleen McCluskey, Department of Philosophy, St Louis University, Missouri
Moderator: Ian Richard Netton, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 106-a: The Roots of Ethical Voluntarism (Language: English)
Colleen McCluskey, Department of Philosophy, St Louis University, Missouri
Paper 106-b: Intellectual Freedom (Language: English)
Jack Zupko, Department of Philosophy, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

Session: 107
Title: AMBIVALENTES ERZÄHLEN
Organiser: Claudia Brinker-von der Heyde, Department of German, Universität Zürich
Moderator: Claudia Brinker-von der Heyde
Paper 107-a: Tragische Komik - Komische Tragik: Versuch einer Theorie (Language: Deutsch)
Daniela Toscan, Universität Zürich
Paper 107-b: REPLACEMENT Stricker's Pfaffe Amis (Language: Deutsch)
Denise Mathieu, Universität Zürich

Paper 107-c: Lachen im Untergang: Komisches im Nibelungenlied (Language: Deutsch)
Stefan Marcec, Universität Zürich

Session: 108
Title: RELIGION IN CHAUCER
Organiser: Ann R. Meyer, Department of Literature, Claremont McKenna College, California
Moderator: Ann R. Meyer
Paper 108-a: Spectacular Darkness, Observer's Eucharist, and the Scatological Kiss in the Miller's Tale (Language: English)
Anthony Kemp, Department of English, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Paper 108-b: 'By Goddes dignitee': Chaucer's Swearers and Blasphemers (Language: English)
Karen Gross, Department of English, Stanford University, California
Paper 108-c: Apocalypticism in Chaucer (Language: English)
Ann R. Meyer

Session: 109
Title: TEACHING APPLICATIONS FOR REED COLLECTIONS I
Organiser: Elza C. Tiner, Department of English, Lynchburg College, Virginia
Moderator: Barbara D. Palmer, Department of English, Linguistics and Speech, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Paper 109-a: The Audience of Early English Drama: REED and the Techniques of Historical Fiction (Language: English)
Alexandra F. Johnston, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 109-b: The REED Patrons ACCESS Database: A Tool for Teaching and Research (Language: English)
Alan Somerset, Department of English, University of Western Ontario, London

Session: 110
Title: MEDIEVAL SCIENCE, EAST AND WEST: METAPHYSICS, MATHEMATICS AND MATTER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Jens Ulff-Møller, Department of Film Studies, Københavns Universitet
Paper 110-a: The Preference for Geometric Approximation over Systematic Mathematics in Vitruvius's De Architectura (Language: English)
Thomas Noble Howe, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas
Paper 110-b: Euclidean Geometry in Two Medieval Islamic Encyclopaedias (Language: English)
Gregg De Young, Department of Science, American University, Cairo
Paper 110-c: Divine Proportions: Mathematics in Florence (Language: English)
Gerhard K. Helmstaedter, Institute for the History of Science, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 110-d: WITHDRAWN The Philosophical Underpinning of Alchemy (Language: English)
Cyril Barrett, Campion Hall, University of Oxford

Session: 111 WITHDRAWN
Title: VISUALISING HISTORY
Sponsor: Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Organiser: Axel Bolvig, Department of History, Københavns Universitet

Session: 112
Title: ENGLISHING THE BIBLE I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Marsden, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 112-a: Tribulation and Triumph: King Alfred's Translation of the First Fifty Psalms (Language: English)
David Pratt, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Paper 112-b: Anglo-Saxons and Old Saxons: Linguistic and Thematic Contacts between English and Continental Poets (Language: English)
Sabrina Frau, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 112-c: The Two Faces of Eve: Carolingian and Anglo-Saxon Readings of Eve in Genesis B (Language: English)
Amy Elizabeth Holden, Department of Medieval Studies, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Session: 113
Title: THE EXTENSION OF PAPAL POWER IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Susan Twyman, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 113-a: Popes and Anti-Popes in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Susan Twyman, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 113-b: Papal Legates and the Early Reform Papacy (Language: English)
Douglas Carver, Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 113-c: WITHDRAWN The Papacy, Politics and Royal Ritual in 13th-Century Scotland (Language: English)
Valerie A. Wall, Faculty of Continuing Education, Birkbeck College, University of London

Session: 114
Title: OUT OF THE DESERT I: SPIRITUAL EXCHANGES BETWEEN EASTERN AND WESTERN CHRISTIANITY
Organiser: Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Moderator: Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou
Paper 114-a: Heavenly Jerusalem: Urban Symbolism in Two Middle Ages (Language: English)
Alexandros Lagopoulos, School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Paper 114-b: Friendship East and West: The Case of John Cassian (Language: English)
Mark F. Williams, Department of Classics, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Paper 114-c: NEW More Than Mere Translation: The Fate of Egyptian Monastic Traditions among the Celts (Language: English)
Kevin Roddy, Medieval Studies Program, University of California, Davis

Session: 115
Title: THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD: COMMERCE AND TRADE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Dionisius A. Agius, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 115-a: Some Aspects of the Relations between Venice and Byzantium in the Second Half of the 13th Century (Language: English)
Dimitür Mollov, Department of History, Sofia University
Paper 115-b: WITHDRAWN Trade between Lusignan Cyprus and Venetian Crete in the Late 13th and Early 14th Centuries (Language: English)
Nicholas Savva Coureas, Cyprus Research Centre, Nicosia
Paper 115-c: WITHDRAWN Catalan Corsairing and Commerce in Sicily and Malta in the mid-15th Century (Language: English)
Charles Dalli, Department of History, University of Malta, Msida

Session: 116
Title: LITURGICAL SAINTS' OFFICES: ASPECTS OF TEXTUAL AND MUSICAL INDIVIDUALITY
Sponsor: Plainsong and Mediæval Music Society
Organiser: David Hiley, Department of Music, Universität Regensburg
Moderator: David Hiley
Paper 116-a: 'Properization': Genese und Gestaltwandel von hochmittelalterlichen Historiae (Language: Deutsch)
Roman Hankeln, Department of Music, Universität Regensburg
Paper 116-b: The Music of Prose Offices in Honour of English Saints (Language: English)
David Hiley
Paper 116-c: St Ethelbert, King and Martyr: His Cult and Office in the West of England (Language: English)
John A. Caldwell, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford

Session: 117
Title: PILGRIM SOUVENIRS OR DEVOTIONAL OBJECTS?
Sponsor: Department of Art History, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Organiser: Jos Koldeweij, Department of Art History, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Moderator: Jos Koldeweij
Paper 117-a: Early Christian Places of Pilgrimage and Their Souvenirs (Language: English)
Katja Boertjes, Department of Art History, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Paper 117-b: The Iconography of Late Medieval Pilgrim Badges (Language: English)
Marike de Kroon, Department of Art History, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Paper 117-c: Pilgrim Badges: Medieval Archaeology or History of Art? (Language: English)
Jos Koldeweij

Session: 118
Title: MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE WEST AND EAST
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University
Paper 118-a: Conant Revisited: A Reassessment of the Chronology of the Romanesque Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (Language: English)
Christabel Watson, Department of History of Art, University of Warwick, Coventry
Paper 118-b: WITHDRAWN Late Gothic Architecture: As Early as the Portals of the West Facade of Reims Cathedral? (Language: English)
Helle Sachse, Universität Witten-Herdecke/Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Paper 118-c: Some Characteristics of Churches with Triconchal Features in the Medieval Architecture of Serbia (Language: English)
Nadja Kurtovic-Folic, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade

Session: 119
Title: IMAGING THE SELF, IMAGING THE OTHER: JEWS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIONS IN MEDIEVAL BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS I
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 119-a: Approaching Jewish Cultural Difference through Images (Language: English)
Eva Frojmovic
Paper 119-b: Historical Consciousness and Self-Presentation in the Haggadah (Language: English)
Marc Epstein, Department of Jewish Studies, Vassar College, New York

Session: 120
Title: MONKS AS ADVISERS TO KINGS IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: University of Utrecht
Organiser: Albrecht Diem, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Carine van Rhijn, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 120-a: The Knife of Correction in 5th-Century Gaul (Language: English)
Conrad Leyser, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 120-b: Monks as Advisers in Merovingian Hagiography (Language: English)
Albrecht Diem
Paper 120-c: Criticising Rulers: The Case of Hrabanus Maurus (Language: English)
Mayke de Jong, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 121
Title: GENDER, SAINTHOOD, PATRONAGE AND AUDIENCE I
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Cathy Annette Grisé, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Emily Francomano, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Columbia University, New York
Paper 121-a: Gender and the Cult of Saint Ethelburga at Barking (Language: English)
Lisa M. C. Weston, Department of English, California State University, Fresno
Paper 121-b: Patron Saints, Models and Heroines from Near and Far: Middle English Saints' Lives in Nuns' Books (Language: English)
Cathy Annette Grisé
Paper 121-c: Mystics, Demoniacs and the Physiology of Possession in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Nancy Caciola, Department of History, University of California, San Diego

Session: 122
Title: SANCTITY AND POLITICS (C. 450-1200) I
Sponsor: Hagiologia
Organiser: Anne-Marie Helvétius, Department of History, Université du Littoral, Boulogne-sur-Mer
Moderator: Anne-Marie Helvétius
Paper 122-a: Le rôle des reliques dans la fixation du pouvoir des princes territoriaux (IXe-XIe siècles) (Language: Français)
Edina Bozóky, Department of History, Université de Poitiers
Paper 122-b: Appropriating Sanctity at Saint-Bertin and Saint-Omer from the 9th Century to the French Revolution (Language: English)
Karine Ugé, Department of History, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Paper 122-c: The Use of Hagiography on the Crossroads of Political and Institutional Interests: The Conflict between the Ghent Abbeys of St Peter and St Bavo (941-1079) (Language: English)
Jeroen Deploige, Vakgroep Middeleeuwse Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent

Session: 123
Title: TASC I: TOWARDS A TRANS-NATIONAL DATABASE AND ATLAS OF SAINTS' CULTS I
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society and the Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester
Organiser: Graham R. Jones, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Moderator: Miriam Gill, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 123-a: Zones of Presence, Times of Arrival, Depths of Meaning: Universal Saints' Cults in Western Europe (Language: English)
Graham R. Jones
Paper 123-b: Records of Sanctity: The Saints of Iceland (Language: English)
Margaret Cormack, Department of Philosopy and Religion, College of Charleston, South Carolina
Paper 123-c: Patterns of Devotion: Explaining Pilgrimage Sites in Coptic Egypt (Language: English)
Youhanna Nessim Youssef, Department of Classics and Archaeology, University of Melbourne

Session: 124
Title: ASPECTS OF THE CULT OF SAINT THOMAS OF CANTERBURY
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organiser: Kay Slocum, Department of History, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio
Moderator: Kay Slocum
Paper 124-a: Letters, Miracles and the Cult of Thomas Becket (Language: English)
Rachel Koopmans, Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 124-b: Angevin Marriage Diplomacy and the Early Development of the Cult of Thomas Becket (Language: English)
Kay Slocum
Paper 124-c: Thomas Becket and the Henrician Reformation: A 12th-Century Martyr to 16th-Century Politics (Language: English)
Phyllis Roberts, City University of New York (Emerita)

Session: 125
Title: TOWARDS A NEW EDITION OF HERBERTUS CLAREVALLENSIS' LIBER MIRACULORUM
Organiser: Stefano Mula, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Moderator: Jacques Berlioz, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Paper 125-a: Ragioni di una nuova edizione del Liber Miraculorum (Language: Italiano)
Giancarlo Zichi, Archivo Storico Diocesano, Sassari
Paper 125-b: Alcuni capitoli riguardanti la Sardegna nel Liber Miraculorum (Language: Italiano)
Graziano Fois, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Paper 125-c: Le Liber Miraculorum dans son contexte codicologique (Language: Français)
Licia Porcedda
Paper 125-d: Il manoscritto Heiligenkreuz, Stiftsbibliothek 177 testimone del Liber Miraculorum (Language: Italiano)
Duilio Caocci, Università di Cagliari


MONDAY 12 JULY 1999: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 201
Title: RECEIVING CHAUCER
Sponsor: Studies in Medievalism
Organisers: Kathleen Verduin and Leslie Workman, Studies in Medievalism, Holland, Michigan
Moderator: Leslie Workman
Paper 201-a: Chaucer and Modern Nationalism (Language: English)
Steve Ellis, School of English, University of Birmingham
Paper 201-b: Chaucer and the Discourse of German Philology (Language: English)
Richard J. Utz, Department of English, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls
Paper 201-c: Constructing Chaucerian Sexuality under Late Capitalism: Materialist Options and Queer Ones (Language: English)
Britton J. Harwood, Department of English, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

Session: 202
Title: GERMANY AND ITALY IN THE MIDDLE AGES I: THE CENTRAL MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Natalie Fryde, Department of History, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Moderator: Natalie Fryde
Paper 202-a: The Role and Standing of the Imperial Vicar in Italy (Language: English)
Marie-Luise Favreau-Lilie, Department of History, Freie Universität Berlin
Paper 202-b: The Staufer, the Crusade and Italy (Language: English)
Bodo Hechelhammer, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt/Graduate College, Justus Liebig-Universität, Gießen
Paper 202-c: The Principality of Taranto under the Hohenstaufen and Angevin Dynasties (Language: English)
Andreas Kiesewetter, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt

Session: 203
Title: 'PUBLIC' AND 'PRIVATE': A MEDIEVAL DISTINCTION? THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Organisers: Ludger Körntgen, Department of History, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen and Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Ludger Körntgen
Paper 203-a: Was the Distinction between 'Public' and 'Private' Lost in the Carolingian World? (Language: English)
Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 203-b: Early Medieval Martyrologies and Necrologies: Public or Private Commemoration? (Language: English)
Felice Lifshitz, Department of History, Florida International University, Miami
Paper 203-c: Conventicles, Sacrifices and Vows: The Struggle for the Abolition of Private Religion in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English) Nicole Zeddies, Department of History, Technische Universität, Chemnitz-Zwickau

Session: 204
Title: A MULTITUDE OF MEANINGS: ASPECTS OF TEXT AND INTERPRETATION IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Sponsor: University of Edinburgh and Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Organiser: William G. Kilbride, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Moderator: William G. Kilbride
Paper 204-a: Leeches for Courses: Text and Purpose in Medieval Medicine (Language: English)
Claire Jones, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 204-b: WITHDRAWN Architecture and Text: A Continuing Tradition (Language: English)
Allan C. Rutherford, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 204-c: WITHDRAWN The Devils Are in the Detail: Excuses for Fiction in Early Irish Literature (Language: English)
Abigail Burnyeat, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow

Session: 205
Title: CHARTERS AND THE USE OF THE WRITTEN WORD II
Organiser: Karl J. Heidecker, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 205-a: From 'Improvised Theatre' to Scripted Roles: Literacy and Changes in Communication in North Italian Law Courts (12th-13th Centuries) (Language: English)
Franz-Josef Arlinghaus, Sonderforschungsbereich 231 'Pragmatische Schriftlichkeit', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 205-b: What to Write in Court: Literacy and Lawsuits in Late Medieval Austria (Language: English)
Herwig Weigl, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 205-c: Textualising Peasant Enquiries: German 'Weistümer' between Orality and Literacy (Language: English)
Simon Teuscher, Department of History, Universität Zürich

Session: 206
Title: ARISTOTLE THROUGH A MEDIEVAL LENS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ian Richard Netton, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 206-a: St Anselm and Aristotle: Points Regarding the Proslogion and Ontology (Language: English)
Daniel Murphy, Department of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 206-b: WITHDRAWN The Idea of the 'Political' in Thomas Aquinas (Language: English)
Louise Tree, University of Wales, Cardiff

Paper 206-c: The Medieval Textual Tradition of Aristotle's Metaphysics, Book L (Language: English)
Stefan Alexandru, Balliol College, University of Oxford

Session: 207
Title: EDITING AND TRANSLATING MEDIEVAL ENCYCLOPAEDIAS: NEW WORK IN PROGRESS
Organiser: Michael W. Twomey, Department of English, Ithaca College, New York
Moderator: Michael W. Twomey
Paper 207-a: From Fulda to Cassino and Beyond: The Manuscript Tradition of Rabanus's De rerum naturis (Language: English)
William Schipper, Department of English, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 207-b: Editer Barthélemy l'Anglais: Vers une édition bilingue du De proprietatibus rerum (Language: Français)
Baudouin van den Abeele, Department of History, Université Catholique de Louvain
Paper 207-c: Translating the Speculum naturale (Language: English)
Carol A. Everest, Department of English, The King's University College, Edmonton, Alberta

Session: 208
Title: EVIL IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft
Organiser: Helmut Brall, Germanistisches Seminar, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Moderator: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 208-a: Dragon, Devil, Antichrist: Representations of Evil in Medieval Literature (Language: English)
Helmut Brall
Paper 208-b: Legal Evil: Incest in the Middle English Romance Emaré (Language: English)
Amy Romig, Department of English, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 208-c: WITHDRAWN The Problem of Ethical Indifference in Gottfried of Strassburg's Tristan (Language: English)
Jens Pfeiffer, Department of General and Comparative Literature, Technische Universität Berlin

Paper 208-d: Murderous Stepmothers in Frankish Society (6th-9th Century) (Language: English)
Brigitte Kasten, Department of History, Universität Bremen

Session: 209
Title: TEACHING APPLICATIONS FOR REED COLLECTIONS II
Organiser: Elza C. Tiner, Department of English, Lynchburg College, Virginia
Moderator: Elza C. Tiner
Paper 209-a: Teaching Poems from Herrick's Hesperides with the Aid of REED Documents (Language: English)
Gloria J. Betcher, Department of English, Iowa State University, Ames
Paper 209-b: REED-ings and Writings (Language: English)
David Mills, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Liverpool

Session: 210
Title: THE PASCHAL CONTROVERSY AND THE COMPUTUS IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of History, University of Durham
Organiser: Sumiki Awaya, Department of History, University of Durham
Moderator: David Rollason, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 210-a: References to the Aramaic Edition of the Astronomical Book of Enoch in the Paschal Tract of Anatolius, Bishop of Laodicea (Language: English)
Daniel P. Mc Carthy, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 210-b: Bede and the Paschal Controversy (Language: English)
Masako Ohashi, Nanzan University, Nagoya
Paper 210-c: A 9th-Century Computistical Manuscript: Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Digby 63 - A Northumbrian Computus? (Language: English)
Sumiki Awaya
Paper 210-d: WITHDRAWN Early Medieval Computus (Language: English)
Wesley M. Stevens, Department of History, University of Winnipeg, Manitoba

Session: 211
Title: ASPECTS OF THE CRUSADES IN MUSLIM SOURCES
Organiser: Urbain Vermeulen, Department of Oriental and Slavonic Studies, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Moderator: Urbain Vermeulen
Paper 211-a: The Crusaders and the End of the Fatimid Period: Intrigues and Conspiracies (Language: English)
Isabelle Pareit, Department of Oriental Studies, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 211-b: Alleged Collaboration with Crusaders: Ibn Taymiya on the Christian Minority (Language: English)
Giovanni Schallenbergh, Dutch Institute for Archaeology and Arabic Studies, Cairo
Paper 211-c: The Alexandrian Crusade (1365): A Muslim View (Language: English)
Jo Van Steenbergen, Department of Oriental Studies, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 211-d: Jufrân (Geoffrey) in a Fatimid Version of the Sîrat 'Antar (Language: English)
Urbain Vermeulen

Session: 212
Title: ENGLISHING THE BIBLE II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mary Swan, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 212-a: The Changing Language of the Old English Heptateuch (Language: English)
Maria Caterina De Bonis, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Paper 212-b: From Model to Copy: Aspects of Translation in the Old English Hexateuch (Language: English)
Rebecca Barnhouse, Youngstown State University, Ohio
Respondent: Richard Marsden, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham

Session: 213
Title: ANTICLERICALISM: SOURCES, CRITICISM AND RESPONSE I
Organiser: Jessalynn Bird, Queen's College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Jessalynn Bird
Paper 213-a: Aspects of Sacerdotal Anticlericalism in Old French Comic Literature (Language: English)
Daron Burrows, Department of French Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 213-b: Anticlericalism and Heterodoxy in Tristan Iconography of the 'Orchard Scene' (Language: English)
Patricia C. McGurk, Department of German, Scandinavian and Dutch, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Paper 213-c: Anticlericalism and/or Reformation (Language: English)
Johan R. M. Jensen, Department of History, Københavns Universitet

Session: 214
Title: OUT OF THE DESERT II: SPIRITUAL EXCHANGES BETWEEN EASTERN AND WESTERN CHRISTIANITY
Organiser: Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Moderator: Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou
Paper 214-a: Sailing to Albion: The Greek Presence in 13th-Century Britain (Language: English)
Efthimios Mavrogeorgiadis, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Paper 214-b: The Semiotics of Sainthood: The Middle English Life of Saint Alexius (Language: English)
Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou
Paper 214-c: A Mystifying Marriage: Western Re-readings of St Catherine of Alexandria (Language: English)
Wendy Larson, Department of Humanities, Boston University, Massachusetts

Session: 215
Title: POWER, PROFIT AND CONTROL: MARKETS (1250-1350)
Sponsor: University of Birmingham
Organiser: Richard Goddard, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Chris Wickham, School of History, University of Birmingham
Paper 215-a: Markets and Power in 13th-Century Iceland (Language: English)
Chris Callow, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 215-b: Government Intervention in the Grain Market in Florence in the Later 13th Century (Language: English)
Bill Day, Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science
Paper 215-c: An Economic Basis for Urban Self-Government: Coventry in the Early 14th Century (Language: English)
Richard Goddard

Session: 216
Title: MUSIC AND LITERACY
Organiser: Emma Hornby, Worcester College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Emma Hornby
Paper 216-a: Musical Literacy and Classical Verse: The Case of Horace (Language: English)
Silvia Wälli, Department of Music, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg
Paper 216-b: Reading, Singing and Writing Verse in the 9th and 10th Centuries (Language: English)
Sam Barrett, Clare College, University of Cambridge
Paper 216-c: The Beginnings of Music Writing in the West (Language: English)
Emma Hornby

Session: 217
Title: ABBEY, CHURCH AND CATHEDRAL: ASPECTS OF LATE MEDIEVAL ITALIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Organiser: Janis Elliott, Department of History in Art, University of Victoria, British Columbia
Moderator: Cordelia Warr, Department of Art History and Archaeology, University of Manchester
Paper 217-a: The Art Patronage of a 13th-Century Cardinal: Guala Bicchieri and the Abbey of Sant'Andrea at Vercelli (Piedmont) (Language: English)
Martina Schilling, Department of History of Art, University of Warwick, Coventry
Paper 217-b: The Painted Cross and the Liturgical Layout of Early Mendicant Churches in Italy (Language: English)
Donal Cooper, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 217-c: Innovations in the Tuscan Last Judgement Scene: The Evidence of S. Maria Maggiore, Tuscania (Language: English)
Janis Elliott

Session: 218
Title: IMPOSING ARCHITECTURE: ARCHITECTURE AND POLITICAL AMBITION IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES I
Organiser: Lindy Grant, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Moderator: Lindy Grant
Paper 218-a: An Archaeological Perspective on the Politics and Traditions of the 12th-Century See of Glasgow (Language: English)
Stephen T. Driscoll, Department of Archaeology, University of Glasgow
Paper 218-b: From Sahagún to Santiago: The Royal Road to Romanesque (Language: English)
Rose Walker, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 218-c: The Imperial in English Romanesque (Language: English)
Richard Plant, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 218-d: Beating Their Swords into Set Squares: Norman Conquest and Architectural Transformation (Language: English)
Lisa Reilly, School of Architecture, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Session: 219
Title: IMAGING THE SELF, IMAGING THE OTHER: JEWS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIONS IN MEDIEVAL BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS II
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 219-a: Anti-Jewish Images in the Moralised Bibles of 13th-Century France in the Context of Spiritual Renewal and Social Modernisation (Language: English)
Annette Weber, The Jewish Museum, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 219-b: Synagoga Unveiled: Gender, Carnality and Judaism in the Bible moralisée (Language: English)
Sara Lipton, Department of History, State University of New York, Stony Brook

Session: 220
Title: THE SACRED AND THE SECULAR IN LATE ANTIQUITY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Kate Cooper, Department of Religions and Theology, University of Manchester
Paper 220-a: The Sacrality of Public Spectacles in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Richard Lim, Department of History, Smith College, Northampton, Massachussetts
Paper 220-b: Emperors as Saints: The Politics of Sanctity in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Christopher Kelly, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
Paper 220-c: Doctors and Saints: Models of Medical Authority in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Rebecca Flemming, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine/University College, London

Session: 221
Title: GENDER, SAINTHOOD, PATRONAGE AND AUDIENCE II
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Cathy Annette Grisé, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Cathy Annette Grisé
Paper 221-a: Holy Woman or Holy Person? Margherita of Cortona and Early Sienese Art (Language: English)
Joanna Cannon, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 221-b: Los trabajos de la Reyna: The Labours of Isabel of Portugal (Language: English)
Emily Francomano, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Columbia University, New York
Paper 221-c: Patron Saints: The Eleven Thousand Virgins as Intercessors and Role Models in the Klarenaltar of Cologne (Language: English)
Scott B. Montgomery, School of Visual Arts, University of North Texas, Denton

Session: 222
Title: SANCTITY AND POLITICS (C. 450-1200) II
Sponsor: Hagiologia
Organiser: Anne-Marie Helvétius, Department of History, Université du Littoral, Boulogne-sur-Mer
Moderator: Anne-Marie Helvétius
Paper 222-a: Emperor and the Column: Daniel the Stylite, an Official Saint of Byzantium at the End of the 5th Century (Language: English)
Michel Kaplan, Department of History, Université de Paris I, Sorbonne
Paper 222-b: Maîtrise du passé, identité hagiographique et stratégies politiques en Italie centrale (fin XIe - début XIIe siècles): Le cas de l'Abbaye de Farfa (Language: Français)
Umberto Longo, Department of History, Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata'
Paper 222-c: The Saint as Identity for 'Principes' and 'Domini': The Case of Flanders and Hainaut (11th-12th Centuries) (Language: English)
Anne-Marie Helvétius

Session: 223
Title: TASC I: TOWARDS A TRANS-NATIONAL DATABASE AND ATLAS OF SAINTS' CULTS II
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society and the Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester
Organiser: Graham R. Jones, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Moderator: Graham R. Jones
Paper 223-a: Prince, Saint and Apostle: Vladimir Svjatoslavic of Kiev, His Cult, and the Religious Legitimisation of Russian Great Power (Language: English)
Jukka Korpela, Department of History, Joensuu Yliopisto
Paper 223-b: Rebel Saints: Royal and Anti-Royal Saints in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
Emily L. O'Brien, St Hugh's College, University of Oxford
Paper 223-c: The Cult of St Edward's Laws and the Defacement of English Kingship (Language: English)
Janelle Greenberg, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Session: 224
Title: HUNGARIAN SAINTS IN EUROPE
Sponsor: University of Miskolc
Organiser: Emöke Horváth, Department of History, University of Miskolc
Moderator: József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 224-a: Saint Stephen: Rex Apostolicus (Language: English)
István Baán, Department of History, University of Miskolc
Paper 224-b: Saint Elisabeth's Cult in Spain (Language: English)
Emöke Horváth
Paper 224-c: Sainthood and Identity: St Margaret of Scotland and Her Descent (Language: English)
Attila Bárány, Department of History, University of Miskolc

Session: 225
Title: CISTERCIAN SAINTS AND SINNERS
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 225-a: Early Copies of the Works of Aelred of Rievaulx from English Cistercian and Non-Cistercian Monastic Houses (Language: English)
Anne Lawrence, Department of History, University of Reading
Paper 225-b: St Wulfric of Haselbury as a Cistercian Cult Figure (Language: English)
Keith Day, Faculty of Law, University of Southampton
Paper 225-c: De Grisis Monachis: A Goliardic Invective against the Cistercians in London (BL Cotton Vespasian A.xix) (Language: English)
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's


MONDAY 12 JULY 1999: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 301 WITHDRAWN
Title: FILM - THEATRE - MEDIEVAL MARKET
Organiser: Otfrid Ehrismann, Institute of German Language and Medieval Literature, Justus Liebig-Universität, Gießen
Moderator: Gudrun Marci-Boehncke, Institut for the Teaching of German Language and Literature, Justus Liebig-Universität, Gießen

Session: 302 WITHDRAWN
Title: THE RULER ENTERS
Sponsor: German Historical Institute, London
Organiser: Bärbel Brodt, German Historical Institute, London
Moderator: Bärbel Brodt

Session: 303
Title: 'PUBLIC' AND 'PRIVATE': A MEDIEVAL DISTINCTION? THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES
Organisers: Ludger Körntgen, Department of History, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen and Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Rob Meens
Paper 303-a: Das Privatleben der Könige: Zur Wahrnehmung des mittelalterlichen Herrschers (Language: Deutsch)
Ludger Körntgen
Paper 303-b: Public or Private? Daily Life of German Nobility in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Mark Mersiowsky, Department of History, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
Paper 303-c: Vom Makel der Geburt zur öffentlichen Karriere: Die Chancen von Illegitimen im Spätmittelalter (Language: Deutsch)
Ellen Widder, Department of History, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen

Session: 304
Title: BOUND IN THE BOOK: THE CREATION, TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OF MEDIEVAL TEXTS
Organiser: Claire M. Waters, Department of English, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Moderator: Christine E. Caldwell, Department of History, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 304-a: The Creation of a Saintly Corpus in Hildegard of Bingen's Writings (Language: English)
Claire M. Waters
Paper 304-b: An Embodied ABC: The Construction of Devotional Literacy in MS Harley 2382 (Language: English)
Cynthia A. Baule, Department of English, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Paper 304-c: Compilation as 'Translation': Mechthild von Magdeburg and Her Late Medieval Editors (Language: English)
Sara S. Poor, Department of German Studies, Stanford University, California

Session: 305
Title: CHARTERS AND THE USE OF THE WRITTEN WORD III
Organiser: Karl J. Heidecker, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Karl J. Heidecker
Paper 305-a: Charters and the Preservation of Memory in the Anglo-Norman World (Language: English)
David Bates, Department of History, University of Glasgow
Paper 305-b: Originals and Cartularies: The Organisation of the Archival Memory (9th-11th Centuries) (Language: English)
Georges Declercq, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Paper 305-c: Between Memoria, Historiography and Pragmatic Literacy: Bavarian Traditionsbücher in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Language: English)
Alexander Hecht, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Respondent: Patrick J. Geary, Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame

Session: 306
Title: THE NETHERLANDS ULAMA PROJECT (NUP): FIRST RESULTS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS - A WORKSHOP
Organisers: Monique Bernards, Netherlands Ulama Project, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen and John Nawas, Netherlands Ulama Project, Universiteit Utrecht
Purpose: The main goal of the Netherlands Ulama Project (NUP) is the study of the evolution of the Islamic religious sciences from their inception until the 5th Islamic century. NUP is a large-scale social historical research project based on raw information gathered from some ninety medieval Arabic biographical dictionaries on the religious scholars of early Islam, which is then transformed systematically into an analytical computerised data set. In this workshop, the research, design and the most important findings of NUP will be presented and discussed.

Session: 307
Title: ENCYCLOPAEDIC AUTHORITY: IMAGE AND NARRATIVE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Stephen Ryle, School of Classics, University of Leeds
Paper 307-a: Readers, Pictures and the Properties of Things in Bartholomew the Englishman's Encyclopaedia (Language: English)
Sue Ellen Holbrook, Department of English, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven
Paper 307-b: Staking Mary's Claim: Three Marian Encyclopaedias of the 13th Century (Language: English)
Jenifer Sutherland, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 307-c: The Liber Similitudinum Naturalium of Conradus de Halberstadt and Its Sources (Language: English)
Iolanda Ventura, Department of Medieval Latin, Università degli Studi di Salerno

Session: 308
Title: MARGERY KEMPE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Constant Mews, Department of History, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria
Paper 308-a: Reading Mary Magdalene in the Book of Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Catherine Sanok, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 308-b: Un-Saintly Writing: Margery Kempe and the Languages of Dis-Order (Language: English)
Kathleen Cawsey, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 308-c: Mapping Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Virginia C. Raguin, Department of Visual Arts, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachussetts

Session: 309
Title: ANGER, BRUTALITY AND LOVE: MANIPULATIONS OF AUTHORITY AND DESIRE IN MEDIEVAL CULTURE
Organiser: Leah Rutchick, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Moderator: Leah Rutchick
NEW: Introduction to the session by Leah Rutchick
Blood Accord in Romanesque France

Paper 309-a: Epistolary Blows from the Abbot of Clairvaux: St Bernard's Use of Diatribe against Five Peters (Peter of Leone, Peter of Pisa, Peter the Venerable, Peter of Lyons and Peter Abelard) (Language: English)
Tim Davis, Otterbein College, Franklin University, Ohio
Paper 309-b: Hadewijch's Hell: Perversity and/as Hegemony (Language: English)
Julie B. Miller, Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 309-c: WITHDRAWN Flesh of My Flesh: Crucifixion Scenes in Medieval Drama (Language: English)
Donnalee Dox, Department of Theater Arts, University of Arizona, Tuscon
NEW: Respondent: Paul Hyams, Department of History, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Session: 310
Title: SAINTS AND SCIENCE: ALBERT THE GREAT
Sponsor: Aristoteles Latinus
Organiser: Pieter De Leemans, Aristoteles Latinus, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Moderator: Baudouin van den Abeele, Department of History, Université Catholique de Louvain
Paper 310-a: Albert the Great and Pagan Ethics: His Reception of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics (Language: English)
Jörn Müller, Albertus-Magnus-Institut, Bonn
Paper 310-b: Albert the Great and Aristotle's De Motu Animalium (Language: English)
Pieter De Leemans
Paper 310-c: La réception en langue vulgaire du De falconibus d'Albert le Grand (Language: Français)
An Smets, Centre for Medieval Studies, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 311
Title: NORWEGIAN SAINTS I
Organiser: Eva Rungwald, Centre for Medieval Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Moderator: Eva Rungwald
Paper 311-a: Saints' Liturgy in Medieval Norway (Language: English)
Nils Holger Petersen, Center for Medieval Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Paper 311-b: The Office of St Olav (Language: English)
Eyolf Østrem, Uppsala Universitet
Paper 311-c: St Óláfr and the Women in His Life According to the Sagas (Language: English)
Gunnhild Røthe, Centre for Viking and Medieval Studies, Universitetet i Oslo

Session: 312
Title: THE STUDY OF THE BIBLE
Sponsor: The Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages
Organiser: Theresa Gross-Diaz, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 312-a: Glossing the Bible in the Early Middle Ages: Theodore and Hadrian of Canterbury and John Scottus Eriugena (Language: English)
John J. Contreni, Department of History, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Paper 312-b: The Salvific Work of Christ in Early Medieval Irish Commentaries on the Psalms (Language: English)
Carol Scheppard, Department of Philosophy and Religion, Bridgewater College, Virginia
Paper 312-c: Nicholas of Lyra and the Litteral Sense of Scripture (Language: English)
Lesley Smith, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford

Session: 313
Title: ANTICLERICALISM: SOURCES, CRITICISM AND RESPONSE II
Organiser: Jessalynn Bird, Queen' College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Michelle Lucey-Roper, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
Paper 313-a: Images of Bishops in Early Medieval Visions (Language: English)
Michelle Lucey-Roper
Paper 313-b: For a Fistful of Barley: Peter the Chanter's Circle and the Pardoner (Quaestor) (Language: English)
Jessalynn Bird
Paper 313-c: Anticlericalism and Heresy in the Diocese of Salisbury under Thomas Langton (Language: English)
Andrew Hope, Christ Church, University of Oxford

Session: 314
Title: MONASTICISM IN THE NORTH
Sponsor: Discipline of Historical Studies, University College of Ripon and York St John and Department of History, University of Leeds
Organiser: Alan Young, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Moderator: Wendy Childs, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 314-a: The Monastic Grange in the West Riding of Yorkshire (Language: English)
Robert Wright, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Paper 314-b: Anglo-Scottish Monastic Links: Rievaulx and Melrose (Language: English)
Matthew Cutler, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Paper 314-c: The Benefactors of Selby Abbey (Language: English)
Jeffrey D. Hass, School of History, University of Leeds

Session: 315
Title: GERMANY AND ITALY IN THE MIDDLE AGES II: THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Natalie Fryde, Department of History, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Moderator: Natalie Fryde
Paper 315-a: Debts, Dowries, Donkeys: The Florentine Jurist Bernado Machiavelli and the Act of Writing Ricordanze in the Light of Masserizia or Good Husbandry (Language: English)
Catherine Atkinson, Universität Hannover
Paper 315-b: The Social Consequences of Bankruptcy: Basel and Florence Compared (Language: English)
Kurt Weissen, Universität Basel
Paper 315-c: The Influence of Classical 'Economia' on the Family Accounting of Southern German and Italian Merchants at the End of the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Martial Staub, Max Planck-Institut für Geschichte, Göttingen

Session: 316
Title: TECHNOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY IN THE MEDIEVAL CLASSROOM - A WORKSHOP
Sponsor: The Central Pennsylvania Consortium and Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania
Organiser: Christopher Fee, Department of English, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania
Purpose: This workshop will focus upon utilising current technology to the fullest extent in the teaching of medieval languages and literatures. The workshop will begin with two presentations of successful technological approaches to the teaching of medieval cultures, and will move on to the exploration of the possibilities and challenges raised by these model programs. We feel that this workshop will be of great value to our colleagues who are interested in integrating cutting-edge technology with sound scholarship and pedagogy in the teaching of medieval subjects. Participants will include Christopher Fee, Martin Foys (Florida State University, Tallahassee), Robert Hasenfratz (University of Connecticut, Storrs), and Mark Sanderson (University of Sheffield).

Session: 317
Title: ICONOGRAPHY IN LATE MEDIEVAL ITALIAN ART
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Donal Cooper, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 317-a: The Iconography of Graft: A Portrait of the Incorruptible Ruler (Language: English)
Susan L'Engle, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University/Pierpont Morgan Library, New York
Paper 317-b: Knowledge, Death, Status: The Professor's Tomb in Late Medieval Bologna (Language: English)
David J. Drogin, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 317-c: A New Look at St Catherine of Alexandria in the Frescoes at San Clemente: Her Place in the 15th-Century Pantheon of Saints (Language: English)
Cynthia Stollhans, Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Saint Louis University, Missouri

Session: 318
Title: IMPOSING ARCHITECTURE: ARCHITECTURE AND POLITICAL AMBITION IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES II
Organiser: Lindy Grant, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Moderator: Lindy Grant
Paper 318-a: Cluny and Vézelay: A Monastic Architecture between Feud and Allegiance (Language: English)
Alexandra Kennedy
Paper 318-b: The Politics of Building in a Changing World: The Collegiate Church of St Quentin in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Language: English)
Ellen M. Shortell, Department of Critical Studies, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Paper 318-c: On the Edge: The Canons of Dorchester Build Their Church (Language: English)
Tim Ayers, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

Session: 319
Title: IMAGING THE SELF, IMAGING THE OTHER: JEWS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIONS IN MEDIEVAL BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS III
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 319-a: Little Simon and the Christ Child: A Late Medieval Anti-Semitic Woodcut (Language: English)
David S. Areford, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Paper 319-b: Imaging the Self: Representations of Jews in a Yiddish Custom Book (Language: English)
Diane Wolfthal, College of Fine Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe
Paper 319-c: Medieval Themes (Iconographic, Technical and Liturgical) in the Wall Paintings of the 17th- and 18th-Century Polish Wooden Synagogues (Language: English)
Tom Hubka, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Session: 320
Title: CONSTRUCTIONS OF THE HOLY IN BYZANTIUM
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 320-a: Urban Shrines and Rural Saints in 5th and 6th-Century Alexandria (Language: English)
David Frankfurter, Department of History, University of New Hampshire, Durham
Paper 320-b: Eucharistic Practices in Early Byzantine Saints' Lives (Language: English)
Beatrice Caseau, Université de Paris IV, Sorbonne
Paper 320-c: L'Empereur Hagiographe (Language: Français)
Bernard Flusin, Institut de Grec, Université de Paris IV, Sorbonne

Session: 321
Title: SANCTITY AND MASCULINITY
Organiser: Sarah Salih, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Moderator: John H. Arnold, School of History, University of East Anglia
Paper 321-a: Representation of Male Sanctity in Capgrave's Life of St Gilbert (Language: English)
Anke Bernau, Department of English, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 321-b: Male Conversion Narratives: Demonstrating the Difference (Language: English)
David A. Lawton, Washington University, St Louis, Missouri
Paper 321-c: Male Worshippers and Female Saints in Bokenham's Legendys (Language: English)
Sarah Salih

Session: 322
Title: SANCTITY AND POLITICS (C. 450-1200) III
Sponsor: Hagiologia
Organiser: Anne-Marie Helvétius, Department of History, Université du Littoral, Boulogne-sur-Mer
Moderator: Anne-Marie Helvétius
Paper 322-a: Kingship and Sanctity in 7th and 8th-Century Ireland (Language: English)
Nathalie Stalmans, Department of History, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Paper 322-b: Autour du dossier de Saint Vincent de Soignies: Techniques d'écriture et choix 'politiques' des hagiographes (XIe-XIIe siècles) (Language: Français)
François de Vriendt, Facultés Universitaires N-D de la Paix, Namur
Paper 322-c: Violence Against Bishops in Western France (11th-13th Centuries) (Language: English)
Myriam Soria, Department of History, Université de Poitiers

Session: 323
Title: TASC I: TOWARDS A TRANS-NATIONAL DATABASE AND ATLAS OF SAINTS' CULTS III
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society and the Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester
Organiser: Graham R. Jones, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Moderator: Sam Riches, Department of the History of Art, University of Leicester
Paper 323-a: Cult and Culture: Analysing Patterns of Devotion to the Holy Kings of Hungary in Transylvania, between Catholicism and Orthodoxy (Language: English)
Maria Silvia Cráciun, Department of Medieval History, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj
Paper 323-b: Cults and Culture: The Cult of St Michael in Late Medieval Transylvania (Language: English)
Carmen Florea, Department of Medieval History, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj
Paper 323-c: Cults and Culture: Recording and Interpreting Miraculous Mother-of-God Images in Catalunya (Language: English)
Josefina Roma, Department of Cultural Anthropology, Universitat de Barcelona
Respondent: Graham R. Jones, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester

Session: 324
Title: POLITICAL USE OF SAINTS AND LEGENDS IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES: EXAMPLES FROM SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE
Sponsor: The Nobility in Central Eastern Europe Project, Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Damir Karbic, Historical Institute, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb
Moderator: Damir Karbic;
Paper 324-a: The Subci and the Holy King Zvonimir: An Attempt at Making a Saint (Language: English)
Damir Karbic
Paper 324-b: Orlando/Roland as a Political Symbol of Urban Liberties and Identity: An Example from Late Medieval Dubrovnik (Language: English)
Zrinka Pesorda, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Paper 324-c: John of Capestrano and Nicholas of Ilok/Újlak: A Saint and a Magnate (Language: English)
Stanko Andric, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb

Session: 325
Title: CASTLES, LORDSHIP AND LANDSCAPES
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: Chris Lewis, School of History, University of Liverpool
Moderator: Chris Lewis
Paper 325-a: Before the Castle: Centres of Lordship in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Andrew Lowerre, Department of History, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Paper 325-b: The Development of Norfolk Castles: 'Landscapes of Lordship'? (Language: English)
Robert Liddiard, Centre of East Anglian Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 325-c: Castles and Settlement History in South-West England (Language: English)
Robert Higham, Department of Archaeology, University of Exeter


MONDAY 12 JULY 1999: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 407
Title: 'QUID EST TEMPUS?' MEDIEVAL CONCEPTIONS OF TIME AND ETERNITY - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organisers: Chris Humphrey, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and
Josine Opmeer, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Moderator: Peter Meredith, School of English, University of Leeds (Emeritus)
Purpose: This session provides a forum for scholars with a common interest in 'Time and Eternity' to meet and discuss their work, with a view to generating ideas for possible sessions and speakers for IMC 2000. Sandra Billington (University of Glasgow), Chris Humphrey (University of York), Gerhard Jaritz (Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest), Daniel McCarthy (Trinity College, University of Dublin), Jennifer Moreton (Dublin Institute of Technology), Axel E. W. Müller (University of Leeds), Hans Popper (University of Swansea, Emeritus), Karen Smyth (Queens University, Belfast), Bettina Spoerri (Universität Zürich), and Wesley M. Stevens (University of Winnipeg, Manitoba) will be participating in this discussion.

Session: 414 NEW
Title: THE ROUEN DISCOVERIES AND THE QUESTION OF IDENTIFICATION OF THE ENGLISH 'SCHOLA JUDEARORUM - A DISCUSSION SESSION
Organiser: Norman Golb, The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, Illinois
Chair: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Purpose: The archaeological discoveries made in the Rue aux Juifs of Rouen in 1976 and 1983 are particularly significant by virtue of their palpable interconnection with almost simultaneously identified manuscript sources, mostly in Hebrew, that detail the cultural activities of numerous Jewish scholars who resided in Rouen and elsewhere in Normandy during and after the Angevin times. The totality of the textual and archaeological finds in turn casts new light on the character of Hebrew intellectual activity, as well as social and economic life, of the Jews in medieval England. This discussion session will focus on one particular topic growing out of the findings, which has to do with the traditional and widely-held view that in England the institution designated as a 'schola judaeorum was non other than a synagogue - a view that, amongst medievalists, has come to mean either that schools of higher rabbinic (i.e. Talmudic) learning did not exist in medieval England or that at all events no proofs pointing to their existence or influence can be found. The discussion will particularly on the question of the 'scholae' of London and Norwich.

Session: 422
Title: RESEARCH GROUPS ON HAGIOGRAPHY I: CURRENT RESEARCH - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Hagiologia
Organiser: Paul Bertrand, F.N.R.S. Belge/Archives de l'État, Liège
Moderator: Paul Bertrand
Purpose: This round table discussion will bring together all major research groups working on hagiography and the study of saints. Current research will be discussed, as will the organisation, aims and publications of the groups whose representatives are present, with the aim of promoting links between these associations. Participants will include Paul Bertrand (Hagiologia), Sofia Boesch Gajano (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei Culti e dell'Agiografia), Robert Godding, S.J. (Société des Bollandistes), Klaus Herbers (Arbeitskreis für hagiographische Fragen), Anneke Mulder-Bakker (Hagiographische Gezelschap Nederland), and Sherry Reames (The Hagiography Society).


TUESDAY 13 JULY 1999: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 501
Title: MEDIEVALISM AND CULTURAL IDENTITY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Geraldine Barnes, Department of English/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Paper 501-a: The Apocryphal Alfred (Language: English)
Joanne Mary Parker, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 501-b: The Importance of the Middle Ages for the Re-a:wakening of Catholicism in 20th-Century Sweden (Language: English)
Arne Jönsson, Department of Classics, Lunds Universitet
Paper 501-c: The Politics of the Past: Images of Medieval Finland 1905-1945 (Language: English)
Derek Fewster, Department of History, Helsingin Yliopisto

Session: 502
Title: FROM FLUIDITY TO RIGIDITY? THE LANGUAGE OF RITUAL AND ITS SHIFTING SEMANTICS FROM THE EARLY TO THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: Klaus van Eickels, Department of Medieval History, Otto-Friedrich-Universität, Bamberg
Moderator: John Meddings, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 502-a: From Ritual to Ceremony and Legal Symbolic Gesture: Systematisation of Legal Reasoning and the Disintegration of the Language of Ritual at the End of the Central Middle Ages (Language: English)
Klaus van Eickels
Paper 502-b: Hostages: Theory, Practice and Ritual in Anglo-Saxon Peacemaking (Language: English)
Ryan Lavelle, Department of History, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 502-c: Prescription versus Practice: The Performative Dynamics of Late 14th-Century Royal Succession Rituals (Language: English)
Joel Francis Burden, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 503
Title: NARRATIVE 'TRANSLATIO' IN OLD FRENCH ROMANCE
Sponsor: Department of French, University of Leeds
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Rosalind Brown-Grant, Department of French, University of Leeds
Paper 503-a: Writing and Re-Writing the Folktale: Versions of La Manekine (Language: English)
Carol J. Harvey, Department of French, University of Winnipeg, Manitoba
Paper 503-b: Yvain and Ywain and Gawain: An Analysis of Characters in Translation (Language: English)
Shannon McKie, Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Paper 503-c: From 'Quaestio' to Quest: Dialectic on the Curriculum and in the Fictions of 12th-Century France (Language: English)
Nancy Bradley-Cromey, Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures, University of Richmond, Virginia

Session: 504
Title: THE SPIRITUAL VALUE OF LEARNING I: SAINT RECOGNITION AND SELF-IMAGE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Organiser: Helen Bennett, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Moderator: Louise Nelstrop, Department of Theology, University of Birmingham
Paper 504-a: Learning and Spirituality in 8th-Century Northumbria (Language: English)
Kate Rambridge, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Paper 504-b: St Thomas Aquinas: Venerating a Learned Saint (Language: English)
Helen Bennett
Paper 504-c: Parisian Intellectuals and the Spiritual Value of Learning (Language: English)
Ian Wei, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol

Session: 505
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL CHARTER STUDIES I: LANGUAGE AND LANDSCAPE
Sponsor: Early Medieval Charter Group, University of York
Organiser: Jennifer Ellen MacDonald, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Catherine Cubitt, Department of History, University of York
Paper 505-a: Language and Landscape: Routeways in Late-Saxon Wessex (Language: English)
Jennifer Ellen MacDonald
Paper 505-b: Beyond the Bounds: The Use of English for the Granting of Land in the Worcester Leases (Language: English)
Hannah Collingridge, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 505-c: The History of Language and the Language of History: Copies of Anglo-Saxon Charter Texts from Bury St Edmunds (Language: English)
Kathryn A. Lowe, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow

Session: 506
Title: SOCIAL STATUS AND DAILY LIFE
Sponsor: Institut für Realienkunde, Krems
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Helmut Hundsbichler, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems
Paper 506-a: Images of Rulers: Varieties of Their Construction and Perception (11th-12th Centuries) (Language: English)
Barbara Schedl, Institut für Realienkunde, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 506-b: Appearance - Status - Identity: 'Legitimacies' of Their Change in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Gerhard Jaritz
Paper 506-c: '... and everybody meals in accordance with his status': Orders and Disorders at the Court of Sigmund, Count of Tirol (Language: English)
Mikhail Boitsov, Department of Medieval History, Moscow State University

Session: 507
Title: ENCYCLOPAEDIC GUIDES FOR LAYMEN AND PREACHERS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Sharpe, Wadham College, University of Oxford
Paper 507-a: De Lekenspiegel: A Middle-Dutch Mirror for Laymen (Language: English)
Miriam Piters, Department of Germanic Languages, Universteit van Antwerpen Universiteit van Antwerpen (UFSIA)
Paper 507-b: MS Worcester F. 172: A Religious Miscellany by the Hammond Scribe, Containing the Only Known Middle English Version of Petrus Alphonsi's Disciplina Clericalis (Language: English)
Muriel Kasper, Department of English, Universität Bonn
Paper 507-c: The Liber de Rerum Naturis by the Pseudo-John Folsham and the Features of Natural Science in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Dmitri Abramov, Institute for the History of Science, Mathematics and Technology, Universität Hamburg

Session: 508
Title: READING CHAUCER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Carmen Maiz-Arévalo, Department of English, Universidad de Madrid
Paper 508-a: Story and Wisdom in Chaucer: The Physician's Tale and The Manciple's Tale (Language: English)
Andrew Welsh, Department of English, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Paper 508-b: Transcendence, Secular and Religious: Chaucer's Physician's Tale in Comparison with a Japanese Medieval Tale (Language: English)
Harumi Ishino, Department of International Communication, Osaka International University for Women
Paper 508-c: Taming the Pardoner: Reforming Audience in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Elizabeth Allen, Department of English, Allagheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania

Session: 509
Title: THE DRAMA OF DEATH
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organisers: Jane Cowling, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton and Peter Greenfield, Department of English, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
Moderator: Jane Cowling
Paper 509-a: Funeral Orders in 16th-Century London (Language: English)
Vanessa Harding, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 509-b: The Deathbed as a Site of Conflict and Reconciliation (Language: English)
Danae Tankard, Birkbeck College, University of London
Respondent: Barbara D. Palmer, Department of English, Linguistics and Speech, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Session: 510
Title: MAGIC AND LOGIC IN MEDIEVAL MEDICINE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Catrien Santing, Dutch Institute, Roma
Paper 510-a: Early Medieval Medicine and Ritual Purity (Language: English)
Martha Rampton, Department of History, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon
Paper 510-b: Countering Disease and Contagion with Magic: Medieval Islamic Artefacts versus Texts (Language: English)
Emilie Savage-Smith, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, University of Oxford
Paper 510-c: The Logical Limit Decision Controversy in Medical Context at the Turn of the 16th Century: The Study on Baptista Fiera's Question 'utrum a generatione possit esse neutrum in primo significato' (Language: English)
Timo Joutsivuo, The Renvall Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto

Session: 511
Title: NORWEGIAN SAINTS II
Organiser: Eva Rungwald, Centre for Medieval Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Moderator: Nils Holger Petersen, Centre for Medieval Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Paper 511-a: St Sunniva and Her Followers at Selja in Western Norway: Holy Men from Ireland or Iron-Age Locals? (Language: English)
Alf Tore Hommedal, Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, Bergen
Paper 511-b: WITHDRAWN Saints, Health and Disease in Medieval Norway (Language: English)
Merete Røskaft, Institute of History, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Dragvoll

Paper 511-c: The Saints of the Church and the Saints of the People in Medieval Norway (Language: English)
Else Mundal, Nordic Institute, Universitetet i Bergen

Session: 512
Title: THE KINGDOM OF NAVARRE IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE: LINKS OUTSIDE THE WESTERN PYRENAIC AREA
Sponsor: Foro Universitario 'Real Colegio de Navarra', Pamplona
Organiser: Pascual Tamburri, Department of Geography and History, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Pamplona
Moderator: Íñigo Mugueta, Department of Geography and History, Universidad de Pública de Navarra, Pamplona
Paper 512-a: Navarre and England: A Close Political Relationship and Administrative Model (Language: Français)
Íñigo Mugueta
Paper 512-b: Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Perspective of the Kings of Navarre: Power, Knowledge and Faith (13th-16th Centuries) (Language: Español)
Félix Segura, Department of History, Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona
Paper 512-c: The Muslim World and the Jewish Communities in a Christian Kingdom (Language: Español)
Marcelino Berioz, Department of Geography and History, Universidad de Pública de Navarra, Pamplona
Paper 512-d: Foreign, Mixed Blood: Medieval Bourgeoisie in the Kingdom of Navarre as an International European Minority (Language: English)
David Alegria, Department of Medieval History, Universidad de Navarre, Pamplona

Session: 513
Title: THE LOCAL CHURCH AND THE PAPACY 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 513-a: English Secular Cathedrals and the Papacy (Language: English)
David Lepine, University of Exeter
Paper 513-b: The Papal Finance and Northern Europe (Language: English)
Christiane Schuchard, Landesarchiv Berlin
Paper 513-c: Cardinals as Seen from England (Language: English)
Margaret Harvey, Department of History, University of Durham

Session: 514
Title: IMAGING THE CISTERCIANS
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 514-a: WITHDRAWN The Role of Education in the Development of Cistercian Theology (Language: English)
Greg Peters, St. John's School of Theology, Collegeville, Minnesota
Paper 514-b: Imaging Their Own Past: The Marienstatt Foundation Panels (Language: English)
Markus Späth, Universität Hamburg/Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Paper 514-c: British Travellers and the Revival of Monasticism in the 19th Century (Language: English)
Peter King, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews

Session: 515
Title: TWO NEW ELECTRONIC VERSIONS OF BOLLANDIST PUBLICATIONS: BIBLIOTHECA HAGIOGRAPHICA LATINA MANUSCRIPTA (BHLMS) AND ACTA SANCTORUM - A DEMONSTRATION
Sponsors: Société des Bollandistes and Chadwyck-Healey
Organiser: Robert Godding, S.J., Société des Bollandistes, Bruxelles
Purpose: BHLms is a new database of hagiographical manuscripts, developed by the Société des Bollandistes in collaboration with the Centre "Hagiographies" of the Facultés Universitaires de Notre-Dame de la Paix, Namur. In its first version, accessible on the internet, it gives access to all the hagiographic manuscripts described by the Bollandists in Analecta Bollandiana and Subsidia hagiographica. The main Bollandist publications, the Acta Sanctorum, are being digitized by Chadwyck-Healey, one of the leading electronic publishers in the field of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, on the model of the Patrologia Latina Database. The Acta Sanctorum is due to launch in June 1999 and will be accessible both on CD-Rom and on the Internet. Demonstrations of the resources in action will be given by Robert Godding, S.J. and Michel Trigalet (Notre-Dame de la Paix, Namur).

Session: 516
Title: THE CANTIGAS DE SANTA MARÍA: ICONOGRAPHY, MUSIC, TEXT AND CONTEXTS I
Sponsor: Plainsong and Mediaeval Music Society
Organiser: Gerardo Huseby, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 516-a: Métrica y Música: El caso de las Cantigas de Santa María (Language: Español)
Jesús Montoya Martínez, Departamento de Filologías Romanicas, Universidad de Granada
Paper 516-b: Episodios biográficos regios ilustrados en las Cantigas de Santa María (Language: Español)
Francisco Corti, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Paper 516-c: La serpiente del paraíso y el naturalismo de los animales en la miniatura de Alfonso X el Sabio (Language: Español)
Ana Domínguez Rodríguez, Department of Medieval Art, Universidad Complutense, Madrid

Session: 517
Title: IMAGES OF SAINTS IN BYZANTINE ART
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 517-a: Saint Physicians in the Painting Programme of the Catholicon of the Monastery Hosios Loukas in Phokis (Language: English)
Nadejda Guerassimenko, Andrei Roublev Museum of Ancient Russian Culture and Art, Moscow
Paper 517-b: The Image of St Romanos as a Soldier and His Role in the Programme of the Church of St Nicholas near Prilep (Language: English)
Petrula Kostovska, Institute of Old Slavic Culture, Skopje
Paper 517-c: The Life of St Alexios, Homo Dei: Storytelling and Depictions in Medieval Art (Language: English)
Maria Chadou, I. S. College, Athens

Session: 518
Title: LATE GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE: TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED APPROACH I
Organisers: Robert Bork, School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa, Iowa City and Ellen M. Shortell, Department of Critical Studies, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Moderator: Robert Bork
Paper 518-a: The End of the Gothic Cathedral: The Sacred Topography of St Vitus's in Prague (Language: English)
Paul Crossley, The Courtauld Institute, University of London
Paper 518-b: The Stone-Cage Chantry Chapel in English Late Medieval Architecture (Language: English)
Jonathan Canning, Columbia University, New York
Paper 518-c: Relics and Urban Display: The Emaus Monastery and the New Town Churches in Prague (Language: English)
Zoe Opacic, The Courtauld Institute, University of London

Session: 519
Title: MEETING THE FOREIGN/ER: HERMENEUTIC PERSPECTIVES I
Organiser: Albrecht Classen, Institute for German Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Moderator: Albrecht Classen
Paper 519-a: The Heathens in Middle English Literture: A Definition of Otherness (Language: English)
Leona F. Cordery, Department of English, Universität Innsbruck
Paper 519-b: Hungary in Late Medieval German Broadsheets (Language: English)
András Balogh, Institute for German Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Paper 519-c: Foreigners in Konrad von Würzburg's Partonopier und Meliur (Language: English)
Albrecht Classen

Session: 520
Title: DISRUPTING EARLY MEDIEVAL ITALY I
Sponsor: EMERGE - The Early Medieval Europe Research Group
Organiser: Patricia E. Skinner, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Moderator: Thomas S. Brown, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 520-a: Theodelinda: Apostle of the Lombards? (Language: English)
Ross Balzaretti, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 520-b: Violence, Order and Sanctity in the Vita Walfredi (Language: English)
Clare Pilsworth, Department of Theology and Religions, University of Manchester
Paper 520-c: Interpreting Violent Episodes in the Reign of Louis II (Language: English)
Geoff West, Independent Scholar, Epsom

Session: 521
Title: EARLY CHRISTIAN MARTYRS IN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS
Sponsor: Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei Culti e dell'Agiografia, Roma
Organiser: Francesco Scorza Barcellona, Department of History, Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata'
Moderator: Francesco Scorza Barcellona
Paper 521-a: Roman Martyrs: Their Features and Their Fortune between West and East (Language: English)
Elena Giannarelli, Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichitá, Università degli Studi de Firenze
Paper 521-b: Roman Martyrs in Aldhelm's Works (Language: English)
Franca Ela Consolino, Facoltà di Lettre e Filosofia, Università degli Studi dell'Aquila
Paper 521-c: Early Christian Virgin Martyrs: A School for Sanctity in Tridentine Rome (Language: English)
Simon R. Ditchfield, Heritage Studies as Applied History, University of York

Session: 522
Title: DEAD KINGS AND DEAD MONKS: POPULAR VENERATION OF SECULAR AND RELIGIOUS FIGURES
Sponsor: Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Jon M. B. Porter, Department of History, Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana
Moderator: Jon M. B. Porter
Paper 522-a: Canonisation of Monastic Founders (Language: English)
Jon M. B. Porter
Paper 522-b: The Making of Royal 'Martyrs' in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
Michael R. Evans, Faculty of Arts, Open University, Nottingham
Paper 522-c: Secular Sanctity: Chivalry in the Mid-14th Century (Language: English)
David S. Green, Department of History, University of Nottingham

Session: 523
Title: SOCIETY OF THE SAINTS - SAINTS IN SOCIETY
Sponsor: Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Organiser: Christoph Egger, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Anton Scharer, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 523-a: Veneration of Saints: Mirror of History (Language: English)
Meta Niederkorn-Bruck, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 523-b: Saints in Cluny: Shrine of the Order? (Language: English)
Dietrich W. Poeck, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 523-c: Celebrating All the Saints: A Feast and Its Medieval Theological Interpretations (Language: English)
Christoph Egger

Session: 524
Title: HAGIOGRAPHY AND REGIONAL IDENTITY I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: David E. Thornton, Department of History, Bilkent Üniversitesi, Ankara
Paper 524-a: Mountain and Sainthood in Medieval Bulgaria: Saint-Kings and Patron Saints (Language: English)
Tsvetelin Stepanov, Faculty of Philosophy, Sofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski'
Paper 524-b: REPLACEMENT Saints and Missionaries in Greek and Russian Hagiography (Language: English)
Richard M. Price, Heythrop College, London

Paper 524-c: Becoming a Saint in Medieval Poland (Language: English)
Edward Skibinski, Department of History, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Poznan

Session: 525
Title: BIOGRAPHY I: MEDIEVAL BIOGRAPHIES AND VITAE IN CONTEXT
Organiser: Mary Garrison, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Ineke van 't Spijker, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 525-a: Einhard and the Importance of Conversatio (Language: English)
David Ganz, Department of Classics, King's College, University of London
Paper 525-b: Vita Alcuini in Its 9th-Century Context (Language: English)
Janneke Raaijmakers, Department of History, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 525-c: Constructing Identities in 12th-Century Byzantium (Language: English)
Margaret Mullett, Department of Greek, Roman and Semitic Studies, The Queen's University, Belfast
Respondent: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London


TUESDAY 13 JULY 1999: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 601
Title: MEDIEVALISM AND COLONIALISM
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Kathleen Verduin, Studies in Medievalism, Holland, Michigan
Paper 601-a: Staging Lanseloet van Denemerken in the Context of the Dutch Colonisation of Indonesia (Language: English)
Ron Marasco, Department of Theatre Studies, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles and Theresia de Vroom, Department of English, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
Paper 601-b: The Middle Ages 'South of the West': Nationalism, Colonialism and Post-Colonialism in Australian Medieval Studies (Language: English)
Louise d'Arcens, Department of English, University of New South Wales, Canberra

Session: 602
Title: KINGS AND THEIR ENEMIES IN THE SHAPING OF POLITICAL CULTURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Margaret McGlynn, Department of History, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 602-a: 'Treachery in the Remotest Territories of Scotland': Opposition to the Canmore Dynasty (c. 1130-1230) (Language: English)
Andrew McDonald, Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta, Edmonton
Paper 602-b: WITHDRAWN The Concejos of the King of León: A Territorial Restructuring for the Monarchic Strengthening in the 12th Century (Language: Español)
Fernando Luis Corral, Department of History, Universidad de Salamanca
Paper 602-c: How to Come to Terms: Political Practice in the Late Medieval Northern Countries (Language: English)
Sofia Lenninger, Department of History, Lunds Universitet

Session: 603
Title: FICTIONALISED IMAGES OF STATUS AND IDENTITY
Sponsor: Department of French, University of Leeds
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Rosalind Brown-Grant, Department of French, University of Leeds
Paper 603-a: WITHDRAWN The Impulse to Nurture in Marie de France's Lai Le Fresne (Language: English)
David M. Merchant, Louisiana Technical University, Ruston
Paper 603-b: 15th-Century Burgundian 'Pas d'armes': Chivalric Spectacle or Theatre of the Self? (Language: English)
Michelle Magallanez, Department of French, University of New York, New York
Paper 603-c: WITHDRAWN Author[is]ing Dante: Dante's Use of Virgilian Pastoral (Language: English)
Ann-Maria Contarino, Department of English, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire

Session: 604
Title: THE SPIRITUAL VALUE OF LEARNING II: TRANSGRESSION, REJECTION AND AMBIGUITY
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Organiser: Helen Bennett, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Moderator: Kate Rambridge, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Paper 604-a: Wyclifite Learning and Anticlericalism (Language: English)
Fiona Somerset, Department of English, University of Western Ontario, London
Paper 604-b: Richard Rolle and the Rejection of University Learning (Language: English)
Louise Nelstrop, Department of Theology, University of Birmingham
Paper 604-c: A Captive Audience? The Impact of Learning on the Spiritual Lives of 'Ordinary' Beguines (Language: English)
Penny Galloway, University of Bristol

Session: 605
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL CHARTER STUDIES II: CHARTERS AND CONTEXT
Sponsor: Early Medieval Charter Group, University of York
Organiser: Jennifer Ellen MacDonald, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Catherine Cubitt, Department of History, University of York
Paper 605-a: What the Documents Don't Say: Reading between the Lines of Thurstan's Will, 1043x1045 [S 1531] (Language: English)
Linda Tollerton Hall, Department of History, University of York
Paper 605-b: What the Archive Doesn't Say: Gaps in the Social Record of the St Gall Charters, 700-920 (Language: English)
Katherine Bullimore, Department of History, University of York
Paper 605-c: Immunity Claims and Episcopal Influence in 11th-Century St Albans (Language: English)
Julia Crick, Department of History, University of Exeter

Session: 606
Title: VARIETIES OF HISTORIOGRAPHICAL WRITING
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 606-a: 'Iuxta historiarum fidem et rerum eventus': The Explanatio in prophetiam Merlini Ambrosii and the reception of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britannie (Language: English)
Matthias Kaup, Department of History, Universität Konstanz
Paper 606-b: Prophecy in the Works of Gerald of Wales (Language: English)
Elizabeth Schoales, Department of History, University of Wales, Lampeter
Paper 606-c: Fragmenta Anglicana in Polonia: John Dlugosz and the Historia Britonnum (Language: English)
Paul Radzilowski, Department of History, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Paper 606-d: The Use of History as a Mitigation of Political Controversy: The Poem Vander Slotele and Its Socio-Political Context (c. 1395) (Language: English)
Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Session: 607
Title: ENCYCLOPAEDIC ECHOES IN VERNACULAR EPIC AND ROMANCE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: William Schipper, Department of English, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 607-a: The Creative Usage of Encyclopaediae in Epic Vernacular Literature (Language: English)
Lieve de Wachter, Department of Germanic Literature, Katholieke Universiteit Brussel
Paper 607-b: Arthurian Heroes and the Encyclopaedic Work of the Middle Dutch Author Jacob van Maerlant (Language: English)
Veerle Uyttersprot, Department of Germanic Literature, Katholieke Universiteit Brussel
Paper 607-c: Humorous Narratives Embedded in Encyclopaedic Glosses in the Late Middle Ages: The Undermining of 'Sentimental Romance' in the Sátira de felice e infelice vida by Dom Pedro, Constable of Portugal (Language: English)
Michael Agnew, Department of Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Session: 608
Title: GENDER AND GENRE: CHAUCER, EPIC AND ROMANCE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mark Sherman, Department of English, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
Paper 608-a: REPLACEMENTTo Be Announced (Language: English)
Carmen Maiz-Arévalo, Department of English, Universidad de Madrid

Paper 608-b: Alisoun's Beard: Chaucer and the Chansons de Geste (Language: English)
Elizabeth Berlings, St. Vincent's College, St. John's University, Jamaica, New York
Paper 608-c: Reassessing Medieval Romance (Language: English)
Kevin Whetter, Department of English, University of Wales, Bangor

Session: 609
Title: DRAMA AND URBAN CULTURE IN HAMPSHIRE
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organisers: Jane Cowling, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton and Peter Greenfield, Department of English, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
Moderator: Peter Greenfield
Paper 609-a: A 15th-Century Saint's Play at Winchester: Some Problems of Interpretation (Language: English)
Jane Cowling
Paper 609-b: Puppets, Porcupines and Players: Popular Entertainment in 15th- and 16th-Century Southampton (Language: English)
Cheryl Butler, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Respondent: Rosalind C. Hays, Department of History, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois

Session: 610
Title: SAINTS AND HEALING
Organisers: Rudolph Ladan, Department of the History of Medicine, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden and Michael Osmann, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Rudolph Ladan
Paper 610-a: St Cosmas and St Damian and the Professionalisation of Medicine around 1500 (Language: English)
Catrien Santing, Dutch Institute, Roma
Paper 610-b: Saints as Doctors: The Role of Images in Medieval Hospitals (Language: English)
Irene Kabala, Department of Art History, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 610-c: What's in a Name? Patrons and Patterns in Hospital Dedication (Language: English)
Rudolph Ladan

Session: 611
Title: THE CULTS OF 'MARITIME' SAINTS
Sponsor: The Centre for the Study of Religion in Celtic Societies, University of Wales, Lampeter
Organiser: Jonathan M. Wooding, Centre for the Study of Religion in Celtic Societies, University of Wales, Lampeter
Moderator: Jonathan M. Wooding
Paper 611-a: Casting Adrift and the Concept of 'Peregrinatio' (Language: English)
Jonathan M. Wooding
Paper 611-b: Sanctity and Travel in Early Irish Hagiography (Language: English)
Thomas O'Loughlin, Centre for the Study of Religion in Celtic Societies, University of Wales, Lampeter
Paper 611-c: Adjacent Saints' Dedications between Cornwall and Brittany (Language: English)
Karen Jankulak, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies

Session: 612
Title: THE WORD INTERPRETED I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Marsden, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 612-a: The 'Visual Vocabulary' of Psalm Illustration in the Book of Kells and the Corbie Psalter (Language: English)
Heather Pulliam, School of Art History, University of St Andrews
Paper 612-b: WITHDRAWN Solomon's Temple: The Building Programme for Charles the Bald (Language: English)
Valery Petroff, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow

Paper 612-c: A Priapic Ezekiel and Other Surprises in Illustrated Italian Giant Bibles of the 11th Century (Language: English)
Lila Yawn, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill/The American Academy, Rome

Session: 613
Title: THE LOCAL CHURCH AND THE PAPACY 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 613-a: Hospitallers in the Bailiwick of Brandenburg in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Karl Borchardt, Independent Scholar, Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Paper 613-b: Papal Provisions and Scotland (Language: English)
Andrew Barrell, School of Modern History, Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 613-c: The Role of the Papacy in the Christianisation of Livonia (Language: English)
Tiina Kala, Tallinna Linnaarhiiv

Session: 614
Title: BUILDING A CISTERCIAN ABBEY
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 614-a: The 'capella ante portas' of Croxden Abbey (Language: English)
Jackie Hall, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 614-b: WITHDRAWN Reflexions sur la chronologie de la construction de l'abbaye de Silvacane à partir des résultats des dernières recherches archéologiques (Language: Français)
Nathalie Molina, Université d'Aix-en-Provence

Paper 614-c: Masks and Faces: The Cloister of Sticna Abbey (Language: English)
Natasa Golob, Department of Art History, University of Ljubljana

Session: 615
Title: REPRESENTATION AND REALITY IN MEDIEVAL FRANCE
Sponsor: Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Organiser: Edward James, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Moderator: Anne Lawrence, Department of History, University of Reading
Paper 615-a: Gregory of Tours and the Nuns (Language: English)
Veronica R. Brinton, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Paper 615-b: Flodoard of Reims and the Early History of France (Language: English)
Edward James
Paper 615-c: Telling the Tale of the Third Crusade: Ambrose's Estoire de la Guerre Sainte (Language: English)
Marianne J. Ailes, Wadham College, University of Oxford

Session: 616
Title: THE CANTIGAS DE SANTA MARÍA: ICONOGRAPHY, MUSIC, TEXT AND CONTEXTS II
Sponsor: Plainsong and Mediaeval Music Society
Organiser: Gerardo Huseby, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Moderator: To be announced
Paper 616-a: The Origins of the Western Prejudice against Madness as Reported in the Cantigas de Santa María (Language: English)
Bernardo Monteiro de Castro, Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Minas Gerais
Paper 616-b: The Portuguese Cantigas de Santa María (Language: English)
Stephen Parkinson, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Paper 616-c: Patterns of Rhythm in the Subcollections of the Cantigas de Santa María (Language: English)
David Wulstan, Department of Music, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Session: 617
Title: SAINTS AND ART: THEORETICAL ISSUES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Schneider, Department of History, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 617-a: Woman as Object? Sexuality, Sanctity and the Logic of the Gaze in Master Francke's St Barbara Altar (c.1410-15) (Language: English)
Robert Mills, Department History of Art, University of Cambridge
Paper 617-b: Painted Saints, Saintly Painters and Iconoclasts: The Legend of St Luke as a Painter as Polemic in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Robert Maniura, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 617-c: Les représentations des saints et leur fonction: Quelques exemples dans le territoire de l'ancien diocèse de Coire (Suisse-Autriche-Italie, 1200-1530) (Language: Français)
Simona Boscani Leoni, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

Session: 618
Title: LATE GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE: TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED APPROACH II
Organisers: Robert Bork, School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa, Iowa City and Ellen M. Shortell, Department of Critical Studies, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 618-a: Artistic Integration Versus Individuality in Late Gothic German Architecture (Language: English)
Norbert Nussbaum, Fakultät Bauwesen, Universität Dortmund
Paper 618-b: The Patronage of Louis XI and Notre-Dame de Cléry (Language: English)
Mayra Rodriguez, Department of Art, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota
Paper 618-c: The Dialogic Quality of Flamboyant Ornament (Language: English)
Tom Conley, Department of Romance Languages, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Session: 619
Title: MEETING THE FOREIGN/ER: HERMENEUTIC PERSPECTIVES II
Organiser: Albrecht Classen, Institute for German Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Moderator: Albrecht Classen
Paper 619-a: Learning by Travelling: Encountering Foreign Mentalities in Late Medieval Autobiographies (Language: English)
Sabine Schmolinsky, Department of History, Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Paper 619-b: 'auss angenummenen/glaubwirdigen erfarnen/weltbeschreibern ...zuhauff tragen': Shaping the Canon of Literary Sources in 16th-Century Cosmographical Writings (Language: English)
Sabine Wagner, Department of German, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 619-c: WITHDRAWN Typology of the Exotic Space: Mandeville, Fortunatus, Staden (Language: English)
Wolfgang Neuber, Department of German, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main

Session: 620
Title: DISRUPTING EARLY MEDIEVAL ITALY II
Sponsor: Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Organiser: Patricia E. Skinner, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Moderator: Chris Wickham, School of History, University of Birmingham
Paper 620-a: Urban Unrest in 11th-Century Italy: Cremona, Milan and Pavia Compared (Language: English)
Edward Coleman, Department of Medieval History, University College, University of Dublin
Paper 620-b: Disrupting the Household Routine? An Archaeological Perspective on Changing Economic Strategies in Early Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Gillian Clark, The British School, Rome
Paper 620-c: WITHDRAWN Donne nel giudiziario di Perugia: Un approccio (sec. XIII) (Language: Italiano)
Giovanna Casagrande, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Perugia

Session: 621
Title: SAINTS' CULTS IN EARLY MEDIEVAL SAXONY AND FRISIA
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organiser: Hedwig Röckelein, Department of History, Universität Hamburg
Moderator: George Ferzoco, School of Modern Languages, University of Leicester
Paper 621-a: Relic Translations and 'Translationes': Dissimilarities between Neighbouring Regions? (Language: English)
Wolfert S. van Egmond, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 621-b: Saints as Communicators in the 9th Century: Auxerre and Saxony (Language: English)
Hedwig Röckelein, Department of History, Universität Hamburg
Paper 621-c: Female Saints: The Search for Examples in Saxon Women's Monasteries (Language: English)
Katrinette Bodarwé, Department of History and Didactics, Universität Bonn
Paper 621-d: The Vita Hathumodae: Some Considerations on a Holy Saxon Woman in the 9th Century (Language: English)
Thomas Schilp, Universität Duisburg/Stadtarchiv Dortmund

Session: 622
Title: POPULAR SAINTS, NATIONAL SYMBOLS: ICONS OF CORPORATE IDENTITY
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society and het Hagiografisch Gezelschap Nederland
Organiser: Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, Department of Medieval Studies, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Moderator: Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker
Paper 622-a: Arnulf of Soissons, Patron Saint of the Belgian Brewers (Language: English)
Renée Nip, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 622-b: Holy Fools in Medieval Russia (Language: English)
Anna Kuznetsova, Central European University, Budapest/Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Paper 622-c: The Virgin of Schiedam: Lidwina of Schiedam and Dutch 'Holy Women' (Language: English)
Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker

Session: 623
Title: HAGIOGRAPHIC COLLECTIONS, RELIGIOUS ORDERS AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei Culti e dell'Agiografia, Roma
Organiser: Sofia Boesch Gajano, Department of History, Università di Roma
Moderator: Sofia Boesch Gajano
Paper 623-a: Hagiographic Collections in Europe (Language: English)
Tommato Caliò and Raimondo Michetti, Department of History, Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata'
Paper 623-b: The Brabant in the Works of Jean Gielemans (Language: English)
Veronique Souche, Université Paris X, Nanterre
Paper 623-c: Hagiography in Franciscan and Dominican Historiography in the 14th and 15th Centuries (Language: English)
Chiara Mercuri, Department of History, Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata' and Silvia Mostaccio, Fondazione Michele Pellegrino, Università di Torino

Session: 624
Title: HAGIOGRAPHY AND REGIONAL IDENTITY II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Edward Skibinski, Department of History, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Poznan
Paper 624-a: St Naum of Ohrid (Language: English)
Elka Jaceva-Ulcar, Institute of Old Slavic Culture, Skopje
Paper 624-b: The Adjectives 'Hagios' and 'Hosios' as Titles of the Saints and Their Equivalents in Old Church Slavic (Language: English)
Marija Ciceva-Aleksic, Institute of Old Slavic Culture, Skopje
Paper 624-c: Two 'Russian' Saints (Language: English)
Evgenia Anichtchenko, Institute of History, St Petersburg

Session: 625
Title: BIOGRAPHY II: THE CHALLENGES OF ABELARD'S WORLD
Organiser: Mary Garrison, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Burcht Pranger, Department of Theology, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 625-a: Difficulties in a Biography of Abelard (Language: English)
Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 625-b: The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard and the Rewriting of Biography (Language: English)
Constant Mews, Department of History, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria
Paper 625-c: Elective Affinities: Love and Hate in Bernard and Abelard (Language: English)
Burcht Pranger
Respondent: John Marenbon, Trinity College, University of Cambridge


TUESDAY 13 JULY 1999: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 701
Title: ANGLO-SAXON HAGIOGRAPHY
Sponsor: Fontes Anglo-Saxonici
Organiser: Joyce Hill, School of English, University of Leeds
Moderator: Joyce Hill
Paper 701-a: The Lost Hagiography of Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Christine Rauer, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
Paper 701-b: 'Virgo Dei, Sponsa Christi': Sources for the Depiction of Female Sanctity in Anglo-Latin Hagiography (Language: English)
Rosalind Love, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 701-c: Reconstructing Sources for Old English Verse Hagiography: Elene and Andreas (Language: English)
Susan Rosser, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester

Session: 702
Title: 'SELF-GOVERNMENT AT THE KING'S COMMAND': THE HUNDRED JURORS OF 13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Organiser: David Carpenter, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Moderator: David Carpenter
Paper 702-a: The Hundred Jurors of Cambridgeshire in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Keizo Asaji, Faculty of Letters, Kansai University, Osaka
Paper 702-b: The Hundred Jurors of Oxfordshire in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Adrian Lindsay Jobson, Public Record Office, London
Paper 702-c: The Hundred Jurors of Surrey in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Susan Stewart, Department of History, King's College, University of London

Session: 703
Title: NARRATIVE AND HISTORY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES I
Sponsor: Studies in the Early Middle Ages and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Elizabeth Tyler, Department of English, University of York
Moderator: Elizabeth Tyler
Paper 703-a: Performing Texts: Martyr Narrative as Spectacle in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Lucy Grig, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge
Paper 703-b: War and Sailing: Implied Narratives in Skaldic Praise Poetry of the 10th and 11th Centuries (Language: English)
Judith Jesch, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, University of Nottingham
Paper 703-c: The Bible in 12th-Century Historical Narratives: Source of Information, Provider of Patterns, and Means of Expression (Language: English)
Elisabeth Mégier, Independent Scholar, Milano

Session: 704
Title: THE LITERATURE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS IN LATER MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Department of English, University of Hull
Organiser: Lesley Coote, Department of English, University of Hull
Moderator: Lesley Coote
Paper 704-a: Making History: The Arrivall of King Edward IV (Language: English)
Wendy Scase, Department of English, University of Hull
Paper 704-b: Richard, Son of Richard: Political Prophecy and Richard III (Language: English)
Tim Thornton, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Paper 704-c: A Letter From Babylon: Henry V, Henry VI and the Sultan of Syria (Language: English)
Lesley Coote

Session: 705
Title: HASKINS REVIEW: THE CHARTERS OF WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: John Hudson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Chris Lewis, School of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 705-a: Charters, Kingship, and Change (Language: English)
John Hudson
Paper 705-b: The Charters of William I: A Comment (Language: English)
Chris Lewis
Respondent: David Bates, Department of History, University of Glasgow

Session: 706
Title: MEDIEVAL ETHICAL AND POLITICAL THEORY
Organiser: Graham McAleer, Department of Philosophy, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Moderator: Chris Cullen, Department of Philosophy, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 706-a: WITHDRAWN The Natural Desire of the Good in the Works of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Language: English)
Jörg Alejandro Tellkamp, Faculty of Philosophy, Universidad Javeriana, Santafé de Bogotá

Paper 706-b: The Politics of the Passions in Saint Thomas Aquinas and Giles of Rome (Language: English)
Graham McAleer
Paper 706-c: Duns Scotus's Critique of Moral Inclinations (Language: English)
Mary Beth Ingham, Department of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California

Session: 707
Title: TWICE TOLD TALES: LITERATURE AND HAGIOGRAPHY
Organisers: Lynette R. Muir, Department of French, University of Leeds (Emerita) and John Tailby, Department of German, University of Leeds (Emeritus) and Elizabeth Williams, School of English, University of Leeds (Emerita)
Moderator: Peter Meredith, School of English, University of Leeds (Emeritus)
Paper 707-a: Little Saint in the Big Woods: Hagiography or Fairy Tale? (Language: English)
Elizabeth Williams
Paper 707-b: Evidence for a Lucerne Willehalm Play? (Language: English)
John Tailby
Paper 707-c: The Virgin, the Bishop and the Jew (Language: English)
Lynette R. Muir

Session: 708
Title: PERSPECTIVES ON LANGLAND
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Elizabeth Baldwin, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 708-a: Enigmatic Discourse in the Banquet Scene of Piers Plowman (Language: English)
Curtis Gruenler, Department of English, Hope College, Holland, Michigan
Paper 708-b: God as Painter: Enargia in Piers Plowman (Language: English)
Laura Iseppi, New York University
Paper 708-c: 'A Real Contemporary of Chaucer': William Morris and William Langland (Language: English)
Paul Hardwick, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 709
Title: THE NEW ROMNEY PASSION PLAY
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organisers: Jane Cowling, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton and Peter Greenfield, Department of English, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
Moderator: Lawrence M. Clopper, Department of English, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 709-a: A Sociological Study of the New Romney Passion Play I (Language: English)
James M. Gibson, Records of Early English Drama, Kent
Paper 709-b: A Sociological Study of the New Romney Passion Play II (Language: English)
Andrew Butcher, Elliot College, University of Kent, Canterbury
Respondent: Isobel Harvey

Session: 710
Title: HOSPITALS IN MEDIEVAL DALMATIA
Sponsor: Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Organiser: Irena Benyovsky, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Moderator: Irena Benyovsky
Paper 710-a: WITHDRAWN Town Hospitals in Medieval Dalmatia (Language: English)
Tatjana Buklijas, Division for the History of Medicine, Zagreb

Paper 710-b: Fraternities and Hospitals in Medieval Dalmatia (Language: English)
Irena Benyovsky
Paper 710-c: Vatican Sources for the History of Benedictine and Franciscan Hospitals in Medieval Dalmatia (Language: English)
Jadranka Neralic, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb

Session: 711
Title: THE ICONOGRAPHY OF THE ADORATION OF THE MAGI IN LATE VIKING AND EARLY MEDIEVAL ART IN SCANDINAVIA
Organiser: Lise Gjedssø Bertelsen, Independent Scholar, Kolding
Moderator: Lise Gjedssø Bertelsen
Paper 711-a: A Late Viking Age Adoration of the Magi: The Dynna Picture-Runestone, Norway (Language: English)
Lise Gjedssø Bertelsen
Paper 711-b: The Adoration of the Magi in the Danish National Museum (Language: English)
Bente Gundestrup, Independent Scholar, Nykøbing
Paper 711-c: The Adoration of the Magi in Danish Romanesque Churches (Language: English)
Hans Jørgen Frederiksen, Department of Art History, Aarhus Universitet

Session: 712 WITHDRAWN - Paper 712-b moved to session 812
Title: THE WORD INTERPRETED II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Marsden, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham

Session: 713
Title: CANON LAW I: TEXTS IN CONTEXT
Sponsor: Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio
Organiser: Peter Clarke, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Peter Clarke
Paper 713-a: How to Prosecute a Heretic: The Elaboration of Late-Roman Forensic Practice in Early Medieval Canon Law (Language: English)
Caroline Humfress, St Catherine's College, University of Oxford
Paper 713-b: Exclusion versus Inclusion: Excommunication and Penance in 'Gregorian' Collections (Language: English)
Kathleen Cushing, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 713-c: Homage, Fealty and the Canonists (Language: English)
Magnus Ryan, All Souls College, University of Oxford

Session: 714
Title: THE INTERACTION OF SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER IN EUROPE IN THE CENTRAL MIDDLE AGES I
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: H. B. Teunis
Paper 714-a: Monasteries, Nunneries and Royal Authority at the End of the Carolingian Empire (Language: English)
Simon MacLean, King's College, University of London
Paper 714-b: The Role of Bishops as Mediators in West Francia in the 10th and 11th Centuries (Language: English)
Ingmar Krause, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 714-c: Geoffrey of Leves, Bishop of Chartres: 'Famous wheeler and dealer in secular business' (Language: English)
Lindy Grant, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

MOVED FROM 1314
Session: 715
Title: CONVERSION AND CHRISTIANISATION IN THE NORTH SEA WORLD
Sponsors: Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program, University of Edinburgh and Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Organiser: Michael R. Davidson, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Michael R. Davidson
Paper 715-a: Why I Feel Cheated by the Word Christianisation... (Language: English)
William G. Kilbride, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 715-b: Short-Term Response to Missionary Activity (Language: English)
Alexandra Sanmark, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 715-c: The Conversion and Christianisation of Anglo-Saxon Women (Language: English)
Morgyn Wagner, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Respondent: Lesley Abrams, Department of History and Welsh History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Session: 716
Title: THE CANTIGAS DE SANTA MARÍA: ICONOGRAPHY, MUSIC, TEXT AND CONTEXTS III
Sponsor: Plainsong and Mediaeval Music Society
Organiser: Gerardo Huseby, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 716-a: The Influence of Chant and Devotional Song in the Cantigas de Santa María (Language: English)
Manuel Pedro Ferreira, Department of Music, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Paper 716-b: 'Caber no som' ou 'caber nas palavras'? Text/Music Relations in the Cantigas de Santa María (Language: English)
Alison Campbell, Queen's College, University of Oxford
Paper 716-c: En busca del 'sistema de composición' en las Cantigas de Santa María (Language: Español)
Antoni Rossell, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Paper 716-d: Compositional Techniques in the Cantigas Related to Puerto de Santa María (Language: English)
Gerardo Huseby

Session: 717
Title: REPRESENTING THE SAINTS: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON FRENCH STAINED GLASS OF THE 13TH AND 14TH CENTURIES I
Sponsor: Centre d'Études Médiévales St. Germain, Auxerre
Organiser: Sylvie Balcon, Université de Paris, Sorbonne
Moderator: Richard Schneider, Department of History, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 717-a: L'iconographie de la verrière de saint Eloi de la cathédrale d'Angers (Language: Français)
Karine Boulanger, Université de Paris, Sorbonne
Paper 717-b: WITHDRAWN La politique bretonne et le choix des saints dans les vitraux de la cathédrale de Quimper (Language: English)
Katia Macias-Valadez, Université de Laval, Québec
Paper 717-c: Le culte des saints et la violence au Moyen Âge: À propos des scènes de martyre dans le vitrail (Language: Français)
Roland Sanfaçon, Université de Laval, Québec

Session: 718
Title: LATE GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE: TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED APPROACH III
Organisers: Robert Bork, School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa, Iowa City and Ellen M. Shortell, Department of Critical Studies, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Moderator: Ellen M. Shortell
Paper 718-a: The Technical Culture of Spanish Late Gothic Architecture (Language: English)
Sergio Sanabria, Department of Architecture, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Paper 718-b: Angel Wings and Human Hands (Language: English)
Kristi Burman, Department of Art History, Umeå Universitet
Paper 718-c: Traces of the King's Voice in the Design of the Chapel of Henry VII at Westminster Abbey (Language: English)
Virginia K. Henderson, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

Session: 719
Title: MEDIEVAL FRONTIERS I: BORDERS AND INSTITUTIONS
Organiser: Daniel Power, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Paper 719-a: The Frontier between Estonia and Russia (10th-13th Centuries): A Historiographical Problem (Language: English)
Anti Selart, Tartu Ülikool
Paper 719-b: The Eastern Byzantine Frontier in the Reign of Basil II (Language: English)
Catherine Holmes, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge

Session: 720
Title: SAINTS' CULTS IN EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Organiser: Laurent Terrade, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, London
Paper 720-a: WITHDRAWN Episcopal Piety and Saints' Cult: The Testimony of Hagiography (Language: English)
Hérold P. C. Pettiau, Department of Anglo-Saxon Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge

Paper 720-b: Authority and Service: Saints in Secular and Sacred Hierarchies (Language: English)
Laurent Terrade
Paper 720-c: Bishops, Abbots and Holiness: 'Managing' Relics in 10th-Century Naples (Language: English)
Thomas Granier, Department of History, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence

Session: 721
Title: MODELLING THE HOLY IN MEROVINGIAN FRANCIA
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Kate Cooper, Department of Religions and Theology, University of Manchester
Paper 721-a: Rewriting Merovingian Hagiography (Language: English)
Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, University of Haifa
Paper 721-b: Visions of Monastic Transformation in the Lives of the Jura Fathers (Language: English)
Isabel Moreira, Department of History, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
Paper 721-c: Transformations of Self in Late 6th-Century Hagiography (Language: English)
Giselle De Nie, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 722
Title: SEDUCING THE SOUL: EXPRESSIONS OF SACRED DESIRE
Sponsor: University of Bristol and University of Birmingham
Organiser: Louise Nelstrop, Department of Theology, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Louise Nelstrop
Paper 722-a: Sacred Scopophilia: Phallocentric Desire and the Female Martyrological Text (Language: English)
Paul Price, Department of English, University of Bristol
Paper 722-b: Eros and Allegory in Bernard of Clairvaux and Denys the Carthusian (Language: English)
Denys Turner, Department of Theology, University of Birmingham
Paper 722-c: Women and the Cult of Saints in Late Medieval East Anglia (Language: English)
Carol M. Meale, Department of English, University of Bristol

Session: 723
Title: NEW APPROACHES TO MIRACLE COLLECTIONS I
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organiser: Patrick J. Nugent, Department of Religion, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana
Moderator: R. I. Moore, Department of History, University of Newcastle
Paper 723-a: Miracles, Visions and Lay Piety in Late Medieval Bavaria (Language: English)
Steven Sargent, Department of History, Union College, Schenectady, New York
Paper 723-b: Ave Maria: The Incarnational Aesthetic and Mary Miracle Collections (Language: English)
Laurel Broughton, Department of English, University of Vermont, Burlington
Paper 723-c: Performing the Book: Processions in the Miracles de Notre Dame (Language: English)
Kathryn Duys, Department of Romance Languages, University of Chicago, Illinois

Session: 724
Title: HAGIOGRAPHY AND REGIONAL IDENTITY III
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 724-a: The Birth Tales of Irish Saints (Language: English)
Alexis Léonard, Department of Anthropology, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Toulouse
Paper 724-b: Saints, Christianisation, and History: A View from Cornwall (Language: English)
Nicholas Orme, Department of History, University of Exeter
Paper 724-c: Heritage Landscapes and Social Memory: Tales of St Samson in Early Medieval Cornwall (Language: English)
David C. Harvey, Department of Geography, University of Exeter

Session: 725
Title: WOMEN WRITING IN LATIN I
Organiser: Laurie J. Churchill, Department of Humanities-Classics, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware
Moderator: Laurie J. Churchill
Paper 725-a: Dhuoda: Mother, Scholar and 'Importuna Catula' (Language: English)
Leonora Olivia, Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi
Paper 725-b: Willetrudis's Versus de Susanna (Language: English)
Jane B. Stevenson, Centre for British and Comparative Studies, University of Warwick, Coventry
Paper 725-c: Latin Traditions in the Letters of Heloise (Language: English)
Jane Jeffrey, Department of English, West Chester University, Pennsylvania


TUESDAY 13 JULY 1999: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 801
Title: ANGLO-SAXON HAGIOGRAPHICAL STUDIES
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Donald G. Scragg, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Donald G. Scragg
Paper 801-a: Silhearwan: The Demonisation of Ethiopians in Anglo-Saxon Hagiography (Language: English)
Jasmine Kilburn, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 801-b: St Thecla in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Catherine Franc, Department of Modern Languages, University of Manchester
Paper 801-c: 12th-Century Manuscripts of Saints' Lives (Language: English)
Joana Proud, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester

Session: 802 NEW
Title: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON PARLIAMENT IN THE 14TH CENTURY
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Christian D. Liddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 802-a: The Burgesses in Parliament: An Unknown Presence? (Language: English)
Christian D. Liddy
Paper 802-b: Taxation: A Cause of Division or Co-operation in the 14th-Century Parliament? (Language: English)
Gwilym Dodd, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 802-c: The Legal Voice of Parliament (Language: English)
Anthony J. Musson, Department of Law, University of Exeter

Session: 803
Title: NARRATIVE AND HISTORY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES II
Sponsor: Studies in the Early Middle Ages and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Elizabeth Tyler, Department of English, University of York
Moderator: Ross Balzaretti, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 803-a: 'The eyes of the beholders were dazzled': Cnut's Ships, Historians and the Encomium Emmae Reginae (Language: English)
Elizabeth Tyler
Paper 803-b: Claiming the Saints: Posthumous Miracles and the Local Institutions (Language: English)
Elaine M. Treharne, Department of English, University of Leicester
Paper 803-c: Narrative and Pedagogy in Priester Wernher's Driu liet von der maget: Telling and Teaching the Story of the Virgin Mary (Language: English)
Ernst Ralf Hintz, Department of Modern Languages, Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas

Session: 804
Title: SCRIPTURE AND REBELLION: LITERARY PROPAGANDA IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Forschungsstelle für Geschichte des Mittelalters, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Organiser: Karel Hruza, Forschungsstelle für Geschichte des Mittelalters, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 804-a: 'Listen, Heaven, to what I will say': Literary Propaganda in Hussite Bohemia (Language: English)
Karel Hruza
Paper 804-b: Letters from the Devil: Diabolic Fiction in Charters (Language: English)
Paul Herold, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 804-c: Creating William Tell: A Story as a Weapon against the Habsburgs (Language: English)
Jürgen Römer, Department of History, Universität Marburg

Session: 805
Title: INTERGENERATIONAL ASPECTS OF DAILY LIFE
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Barbara Heller-Schuh, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems
Paper 805-a: Intergenerational Conflicts in Ottonian Historiography (Language: English)
Käthe Sonnleitner, Department of Medieval History, Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
Paper 805-b: From Mother to Daughter - From Father to Son? Intergenerational Patterns of Inheritance in Late Medieval Hungarian Towns (Language: English)
Katalin Szende, National Archives of Hungary, Budapest
Paper 805-c: Duties and Privileges: The Young and the Old in Merchants' Guilds of Livonia (Language: English)
Anu Mänd, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 806
Title: THE NATURAL AND SUPERNATURAL IN 13TH-CENTURY THOUGHT
Organiser: Graham McAleer, Department of Philosophy, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 806-a: Alexander of Hales on the Divine Ideas (Language: English)
Chris Cullen, Department of Philosophy, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 806-b: Giles of Rome on Predestination (Language: English)
Bettina Holstein, Magdalen College, University of Oxford
Paper 806-c: Henry of Ghent's Use of Aristotle (Language: English)
Mário A. Santiago de Carvalho, Department of Philosophy, Universidade de Coimbra

Session: 807
Title: THE TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA: LATE ANTIQUE PLATONISM, ANGLO-SAXON MYSTICISM, AND LATE MEDIEVAL TRANSVESTISM
Sponsor: Disputatio
Organiser: Carol Poster, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman
Moderator: Richard J. Utz, Department of English, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls
Paper 807-a: Martianus Capella and the Neoplatonic Substrate of the Late-Antique Encyclopaedia (Language: English)
Carol Poster
Paper 807-b: The Encyclopaedic Tradition and Anglo-Saxon Mystical Thought (Language: English)
Gwendolyn Morgan, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman
Paper 807-c: The Female Transvestite: Her Encyclopaedic Origins and Reception in the 'Facts' and 'Fictions' of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Language: English)
Laila Abdalla, Department of English, Central Washington University, Ellensburg

Session: 808
Title: REVIEWING MALORY
Sponsor: School of English, University of Leeds
Organiser: Catherine Batt, School of English, University of Leeds
Moderator: Catherine Batt
Paper 808-a: Malory and Psychoanalytic Theory (Language: English)
Elizabeth Edwards, University of King's College, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Paper 808-b: Malory and Marriage: Cultural Context (Language: English)
Karen Cherewatuk, Department of English, St Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota
Paper 808-c: Malory's Arthurian Traditions (Language: English)
Catherine Batt

Session: 809
Title: LOST PLAYS FROM LONDON AND HERTFORDSHIRE
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organisers: Jane Cowling, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton and Peter Greenfield, Department of English, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
Moderator: Barbara D. Palmer, Department of English, Linguistics and Speech, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Paper 809-a: The Problem of the Clerkenwell Plays (Language: English)
Lawrence M. Clopper, Department of English, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 809-b: Classroom Drama: Ralph Radcliffe, Schoolmaster/Dramatist of Hitchin (Language: English)
Margaret Rogerson, Department of English, University of Sydney
Respondent: James Stokes, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

Session: 810
Title: WEST MEETS EAST, EAST MEETS WEST ... AND THEY FIGHT
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 810-a: Agilufo's Military Expedition towards Perugia (594): Some Considerations (Language: English)
Furio Isolani
Paper 810-b: The Flemish Fleet during the Fourth Crusade: A Re-Evaluation (Language: English)
Cees L.H.B. Verstegen, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 810-c: The Reconquest as Crusade: The Case of Portugal (Language: English)
Stephen Lay, Department of History, Monash University, Melbourne

Session: 811
Title: WORKING WITH THE ICELANDIC SAGAS I
Organiser: Phil Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Phil Cardew
Paper 811-a: Vinland in American Fiction (1876-1926) (Language: English)
Geraldine Barnes, Department of English/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Paper 811-b: Filling the Holes: The Manuscript and Print Transmission of Þorskfirðinga Saga (Language: English)
Phil Cardew
Paper 811-c: Saga Translations (1918-1945) (Language: English)
John Kennedy, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales

Session: 812
Title: ENGLISHING THE BIBLE III
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: John J. Contreni, Department of History, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Paper 812-a: Setting the Fearful Tone: The Parable of the Wedding Feast, the Rhetoric of Fear and Middle English Cleanness (Language: English)
Eric Johnson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 812-b: REPLACEMENT FROM SESSION 712St Anne in 12th-Century England: A Case in the Study of the Christian Old Testament and Hebrew Bible (Language: English)
Simon White, St Cross College, University of Oxford
Paper 812-c: REPLACEMENT Bible Saga: The Context and Audience of Medieval Icelandic Bible Translations (Language: English)
Svanhildur Óskarsdóttir, Department of Scandinavian Studies, University College, London

Session: 813
Title: CANON LAW II: MARRIAGE
Sponsor: Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Peter Clarke, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 813-a: Consent and Coercion: Abjuration 'sub pena nubendi' at the Official's Court in Cerisy (1314-1346) (Language: English)
Charlotte Christensen, Department of the History of Sciences and Ideas, Lunds Universitet
Paper 813-b: The Evolution of Traditional Welsh Marriage Practices in Late Medieval Hereford: Social Change and Continuity on the Welsh/English Border (Language: English)
Kristine Rabberman, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Paper 813-c: Marriage Cases in the Registers of the Papal Penitentiary (1448-1526): The Scandinavian Evidence (Language: English)
Kirsi Salonen, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto

Session: 814
Title: THE INTERACTION OF SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER IN EUROPE IN THE CENTRAL MIDDLE AGES II
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, London
Paper 814-a: WITHDRAWN The Legitimation of Power in the County of Flanders: The Foundation of Chapters of Secular Canons (10th-12th Centuries) (Language: English)
Brigitte Meijns, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Paper 814-b: Losers or Winners? The Reginar Lineage and the Formation of Power in 10th- and 11th-Century Lower Lotharingia (Language: English)
Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld
Paper 814-c: Encyclopaedic Knowledge and the Architecture of Power: The Imperial Church of St Servatius at Maastricht (Language: English)
Elizabeth den Hartog, Department of Art History, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden

Session: 815
Title: DEVOTIONAL TEXTS AND THEIR READERS: TRANSMISSION, INTERACTION, AND USE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Alison Butler, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 815-a: Studies in the Language of Some Manuscripts of Rolle's Ego Dormio (Language: English)
Isabel de la Cruz Cabanillas, Department of Modern Languages, University of Alcalá, Madrid
Paper 815-b: The Person in the Book: The Miscellany of Roger of Waltham (Language: English)
Jessica C. Brantley, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 815-c: On the Use of Mnemotechnical Notae in the Old Norwegian Homily Book (Language: English)
Kirsten Berg, Department of Nordic Studies, Turun Yliopisto
Paper 815-d: REPLACEMENT FROM 1225 'Was the man an ass?' The Metamorphoses of Augustine's Ass-Anecdote and their Demonological Implications (Language: English)
Georg Modestin, Université de Fribourg

Session: 816
Title: MUSIC THEORY IN EAST AND WEST
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 816-a: How to Reconstruct Old Tunes When You Don't Have Any: A 15th- Century Revival of Ancient Music (Language: English)
Robert C. Provine, Department of Music, University of Durham
Paper 816-b: The Survival of Music Theory During the Dark Ages (Language: English)
Jane Bellingham, The New Grove Dictionary
Paper 816-c: WITHDRAWN The 11th-Century Mystical Musical World of Otloh of St Emmeram, Dialogus de tribus quaestionibus, XLI-XLV (Language: English)
Andrey Pilgun, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University

Session: 817
Title: REPRESENTING THE SAINTS: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON FRENCH STAINED GLASS OF THE 13TH AND 14TH CENTURIES II
Sponsor: Centre d'Études Médiévales St. Germain, Auxerre
Organiser: Sylvie Balcon, Université de Paris, Sorbonne
Moderator: Roland Sanfaçon, Université de Laval, Québec
Paper 817-a: St Pantaleon in Noyon: The Cathedral's Sole Surviving Window (Language: English)
Evelyn S. Lane, Department of Art, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts
Paper 817-b: Le vitrail de saint Savinien dans les verrières hautes du choeur de la cathédrale de Troyes (Language: Français)
Sylvie Balcon
Paper 817-c: A New Saint in an Old Programme: The Insertion of the Images of William of Bourges in the Glass (and Sculpture) of Bourges Cathedral in the 1230s (Language: English)
Richard Schneider, Department of History, York University, Toronto, Ontario

Session: 818
Title: LAND AND SEXUAL POLITICS IN 12TH- AND 13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture, Cardiff
Organiser: Peter Coss, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Moderator: Peter Coss
Paper 818-a: Dower in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Louise Wilkinson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 818-b: Maritagia in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Language: English)
Claire de Trafford, Department of History, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 818-c: Heiresses in the 13th Century (Language: English)
David Carpenter, Department of History, King's College, University of London

Session: 819
Title: MEDIEVAL FRONTIERS II: CULTURE AND IDENTITY
Organiser: Daniel Power, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Moderator: Daniel Power
Paper 819-a: Frontier Identity: A Comparison of Central and Western European Cases (Language: English)
Nora Berend, St Catharine's College, University of Cambridge
Paper 819-b: Bilingualism and German Missions to the West Slavs (Language: English)
Pegatha Taylor, Department of History, University of California, Berkeley
Paper 819-c: The Horizons of Knowledge as a Frontier: The Late Byzantine Mentality in the Face of the Turkish Conquest (1200-1450) (Language: English)
Rustam Shukurov, Department of Medieval History, Moscow State University

Session: 820
Title: ETHNICITY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES I: CULTURE AND IDENTITY IN ATLANTIC EUROPE
Organiser: Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Walter Pohl
Paper 820-a: Recovered Memory as Genealogy in Ummayad Spain (Language: English)
Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 820-b: Cultural Unity and Political Fragmentation in Early Medieval Ireland: The Creation of the Irish Identity (Language: English)
Bart Jaski, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 820-c: Region and Nation in Middle English Literature (Language: English)
Scott Kleinman, Department of English, University of Missouri, Columbia

Session: 821
Title: MARTYRS, RELICS AND TRANSLATIONS IN THE 4TH-9TH CENTURIES
Sponsor: Late Roman, Byzantine and Early Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
Organiser: Julia M. H. Smith, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Conrad Leyser, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 821-a: Unity in Fragments: Victricius of Rouen on the Movement of Relics (Language: English)
Gillian Clark, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Liverpool
Paper 821-b: Anullinus, Africa and Aquileia: The Formation of a Hagiographical Tradition (Language: English)
Mark Humphries, Department of Ancient Classics, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Paper 821-c: Roman Martyrs in the British Isles in the 7th and 8th Centuries (Language: English)
Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, London
Paper 821-d: Roman Martyrs and Carolingian Kings (Language: English)
Julia M. H. Smith

Session: 822
Title: CONSTRUCTIONS OF POWER IN MEDIEVAL HAGIOGRAPHY: CULTURAL, POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS
Organiser: David H. Vila, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University, Missouri
Moderator: Michael Goodich, Department of History, University of Haifa
Paper 822-a: The Struggle Over Arabisation in Medieval Arabic Christian Hagiography (Language: English)
David H. Vila
Paper 822-b: Transferring the Power in Thomas of Celano's Vita Prima (Language: English)
Jay Hammond, Department of Theology, University of San Francisco, California
Paper 822-c: Asceticism and the Construction of a Revelatory Subject in Angela of Foligno's Memorial (Language: English)
Christopher Popravak, Franciscan Study Centre, Canterbury

Session: 823
Title: NEW APPROACHES TO MIRACLE COLLECTIONS II
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organiser: Patrick J. Nugent, Department of Religion, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana
Moderator: R. I. Moore, Department of History, University of Newcastle
Paper 823-a: Appropriating the Saint: The Cultural Work of Miracle Collections (Language: English)
Kathleen Ashley, Department of English, University of Southern Maine, Portland and Pamela Sheingorn, Department of History, Baruch College and Graduate School, City University of New York
Paper 823-b: Ritual Illness, Ritual Healing, Ritual Theory (Language: English)
Patrick J. Nugent
Paper 823-c: Whose Narratives? What Functions? Contextualising 12th-Century Posthumous Miracle Collections (Language: English)
Simon Yarrow, St Cross College, University of Oxford

Session: 824
Title: HAGIOGRAPHY AND REGIONAL IDENTITY IV
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Nicholas Orme, Department of History, University of Exeter
Paper 824-a: Saints, Names and Cults: Hagiophoric Anthroponymy in Early Medieval Ireland (Language: English)
David E. Thornton, Department of History, Bilkent Üniversitesi, Ankara
Paper 824-b: Saint Bernard of Menthon: Exorcising the Mountains (Language: English)
Christopher Lucken, Department of French Literature, Université de Paris 8, Vincennes, Saint-Denis
Paper 824-c: The Cult of Santiago in His Road: The Kingdom of Navarre (Language: English)
Roldán Jimeno, Department of Medieval History, Universidad de Navarre, Pamplona

Session: 825
Title: WOMEN WRITING IN LATIN II
Organiser: Laurie J. Churchill, Department of Humanities-Classics, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware
Moderator: Laurie J. Churchill
Paper 825-a: Herrad of Hohenbourg and Clemence of Barking: Women and the Transmission of Medieval Texts (Language: English)
Fiona Griffiths, Department of History, University of Lethbridge, Alberta
Paper 825-b: Anonymous Lives: Documents from the Benedictine Convent of Sant Pere de les Puelles (Language: English)
Linda A. McMillin, Department of History, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
Paper 825-c: Luisa Sigea and Latin for Court Women (Language: English)
Joan Gibson, Department of Humanities, York University, Toronto, Ontario


TUESDAY 13 JULY 1999: 19.00 - 20.00

Session: 923
Title: TASC II: TOWARDS A TRANS-NATIONAL DATABASE AND ATLAS OF SAINTS' CULTS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society and the Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester
Organiser: Graham R. Jones, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Moderator: Graham R. Jones
Purpose: Plans are in hand for a European collaborative project to construct an electronic trans-national database and atlas of saints' cults, TASC, with the hope that it will attract European Union funding. It is important that such a research tool should meet the needs and match the expectations of its likely academic users. This will be an opportunity for participants at the International Medieval Congress to express their views and to declare their interest in affiliating to the project either as active partners or as corresponding scholars. Participants will include all the speakers of the sessions TASC I: Towards a Trans-National Database and Atlas of Saints' Cults I, II, and III. The round-table will be followed by a small reception and a business meeting.

TUESDAY 13 JULY 1999: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 907
Title: THE URBAN HOUSEHOLD 1300-1550 - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: The Urban Household 1300-1550, Interdisciplinary Research Project, University of York
Organiser: Cordelia Beattie, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Purpose: The Urban Household Project, based at the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York, is producing a series of studies to be published by Brepols, of which the first two are The Urban Household and its Ethos and Household, Neighbourhood and Town. It is a collaborative venture between scholars at different institutions, and the group is interested in exchanging interdisciplinary ideas on this topic. It is hoped that in an international forum such as the IMC new contacts can be fostered. Participants in the discussion will include Cordelia Beattie, Andrew Butcher (University of Kent at Canterbury), Jane Grenville (University of York), Chris Humphrey (University of York), Carol Meale (University of Bristol), and Sarah Williams (University of York).

Session: 910
Title: THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE: TRENDS, TOPICS, PROPOSALS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Studiegroep Sociale Geschiedenis van de Gezondheidszorg, Netherlands
Organisers: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Rudolph Ladan, Department of the History of Medicine, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Moderator: Dick E. H. de Boer
Purpose: The purpose of this round table discussion is to discuss developments in the study of the history of medicine, the possibility of creating a permanent strand for this subject and related topics such as historical demography at the IMC, and to make a start with a choice of topics for the next few years. Possible fields of interest for discussion are: medical professions and professionalisation in the later Middle Ages; epidemic disease; medicine and the universities; medicine and the arts; medieval western medicine and other cultures. Participants will include: Dick de Boer, Timo Joutsivuo (Helsingin Yliopisto), Irene Kabala (Johns Hopkins University), Rudolph Ladan, Martha Rampton (Pacific University), and Catrien Santing (Istituto Olandese, Roma).

Session: 916
Title: SOME PROBLEMS OF PERFORMANCE PRACTICS CONCERNING THE CANTIGAS DE SANTA MARÍA - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Plainsong and Mediaeval Music Society
Organiser: Gerardo Huseby, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Moderator: Stephen Parkinson, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Purpose: This round table will focus on several specific problems that musicians face when performing Cantigas de Santa María, among them rhythm, metrics and phrasing; long texts and the repetition of the refrain between stanzas; and text versus instrumental accompaniments. These issues will be discussed by the participants and subject to an open debate. Participants will include Manuel Pedro Ferreira (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Gerardo Huseby, Stephen Parkinson and David Wulstan (University of Wales, Aberystwyth).


WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 1999: 09.00 - 10.00

Keynote Lecture: 1001
Sponsor: British Academy
Title: TELLING STORIES WITH PICTURES, AND PICTURES TELLING STORIES: SOME EXAMPLES, PROBLEMS, REFLEXIONS (Language: English)
Speaker: Kenneth Varty, Department of French, University of Glasgow (Emeritus) and Clare Hall, University of Cambridge
Introduction: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull


WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 1999: 09.00 - 10.00

Session: 1002 WITHDRAWN
Title: URBAN INSTITUTIONS IN CENTRAL EUROPE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee

Session: 1007
Title: MEDIEVAL IMAGES ON THE WEB: TOWARDS INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION - A WORKSHOP
Organisers: Axel Bolvig, Department of History, Københavns Universitet and Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Purpose: This workshop will focus on the planning of a common image base for the existing bases containing medieval pictures. This common base shall not make obsolete the individual bases, which would continue on their own terms. Discussion will focus on the following questions in particular: How can we create a common approach via an English thesaurus? How can we consider the different kinds of users: the public, researchers, conservators, museologists, historians, art historians, theologians etc? Participants will include Axel Bolvig, Gerhard Jaritz, and Manfred Thaller (Forskningsprogram for humanistisk informasjonsteknologi, Bergen).

Session: 1023
Title: SANCTITY AND RITUAL: REFLECTIONS ON THE FIRST HAGIOGRAPHY SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organiser: Sherry Reames, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Moderator: Sherry Reames
Purpose: On 6 - 10 July 1998, the Hagiography Society sponsored a valuable symposium at the Ammerdown Conference Centre, Radstock (UK). In this workshop, six or seven of the 28 Ammerdown participants will gather to reflect on what we learned at the symposium and how it has affected our thinking about the uses and meanings of ritual in the medieval cult of the saints. Participants will include János Bak (Central European University, Budapest), George Ferzoco (University of Leicester), Michael Goodich (University of Haifa), Christian Krötzl (Tampereen Yliopisto), Anna Kuznetsova (Central European University, Budapest/Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), Anneke Mulder-Bakker (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen), Patrick Nugent (Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana), and Kay Slocum (Capital University, Columbus, Ohio).


WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 1999: 10.45 - 12.15

Session: 1101
Title: SPHERES OF SANCTITY IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Organiser: David W. Marshall, Medieval Studies Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington
Moderator: Tamara Stasik, Medieval Studies Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 1101-a: Political Influence: Aelfric and the Cult of Saints (Language: English)
Rachel S. Anderson, Medieval Studies Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 1101-b: Heroic Widows and Pious Example in Anglo-Saxon Hagiography (Language: English)
Katherine A. Clark, Medieval Studies Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 1101-c: The Open Doors of Sanctity: Sainthood in the Thought of the Venerable Bede (Language: English)
David W. Marshall

Session: 1102
Title: THE FALL OF RICHARD II: 600 YEARS ON
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth Century Studies
Organiser: Nigel Saul, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Nigel Saul
Paper 1102-a: REPLACEMENT The Deposition of Richard II and the Precedent of 1327 (Language: English)
Wolfgang Weber, Oriel College, University of Oxford

Paper 1102-b: The Enemy Within: John Scarle and Ricardian Government (Language: English)
Alison K. McHardy, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 1102-c: The Revolution of 1399 and the Establishment of the Lancastrian Regime (Language: English)
Douglas L. Biggs, Department of History, Waldorf College, Forest City, Iowa

Session: 1103
Title: THE OTHER ONCE AND FUTURE KING: CHARLEMAGNE IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE, CHRONICLE AND LEGEND
Organiser: Vickie Ziegler, Centre for Medieval Studies, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Moderator: Vickie Ziegler
Paper 1103-a: 'Dicke Karel wart genant': Charlemagne in Wolfram von Eschenbach's Willehalm (Language: English)
Jeffrey R. Ashcroft, Department of German, University of St Andrews
Paper 1103-b: Charlemagne: Law, Order and the Ordeal in Medieval German Literature (Language: English)
Vickie Ziegler

Session: 1104
Title: MEDIEVAL MEMORY CONSTRUCTED, DE-CONSTRUCTED AND RE-CONSTRUCTED I
Sponsor: Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Organisers: Kate Dailinger, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and Elina Screen, Renvall Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Julia M. H. Smith, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1104-a: The Liber Memorialis of Salzburg: The Construction of an Institutional Memory (Language: English)
Rosamond McKitterick, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 1104-b: Lothar I Remembered (Language: English)
Elina Screen
Paper 1104-c: 11th-Century Exeter: Construction of a Tradition (Language: English)
Charles Insley, Victoria County History Northamptonshire/University College, Northampton

Session: 1105
Title: THE ENCYCLOPAEDIC AND THE ORIENTAL IN OLD FRENCH NARRATIVE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 1105-a: The Narrations of the Tale of Florence, Empress of Rome (Language: English)
Irene Gnarra, Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Kean University, Union, New Jersey
Paper 1105-b: Eastern Origins of Some Old French Tales (Language: English)
Carla Lord, Department of Fine Arts, Kean University, Union, New Jersey
Paper 1105-c: REPLACEMENT Images of the Bestiary in the Old French Comic Fabliaux (Language: English)
Brian J. Levy

Session: 1106
Title: THREE SAINTS IN SEARCH OF HAPPINESS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ian Richard Netton, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1106-a: Saint Augustine on the Best Life for Man (Language: English)
Miquel Beltrán, Department of Philosophy, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca
Paper 1106-b: WITHDRAWN Sainthood and Unorthodoxy: The Legends of St Francis of Assissi (Language: English)
Suzanna Nyberg, Department of English, New York University, New York

Paper 1106-c: The Peculiarities of God's Veneration in the Religious Doctrine of the Medieval Bengali Saint Chaitanya (Language: English)
Nadezhda Korabelnik, State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow

Session: 1107
Title: THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST?
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Sibylle Zipperer, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Sibylle Zipperer
Paper 1107-a: Life After Death? Saints' Corpses in Early Medieval England (Language: English)
Victoria Thompson, Department of English, University of York
Paper 1107-b: Inspiring Images: Ecclesiastical Architecture and Its Representations (Language: English)
Michael G. Gaunt, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 1107-c: Survival of Revival: Alfred's Response to Offa's Coinage (Language: English)
Sibylle Zipperer

Session: 1108
Title: TRANSCENDING GENRE AND GENDER: REWORKING HAGIOGRAPHY IN CHAUCER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ann R. Meyer, Department of Literature, Claremont McKenna College, California
Paper 1108-a: Chaucer's Genre-Critique in the Legend of Good Women (Language: English)
Christa Canitz, Department of English, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton
Paper 1108-b: Spitting out Dido: 'Pite' and Feminine Abjection in Chaucer's Legend of Good Women (Language: English)
Jane Tolmie, Department of English, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 1108-c: Infancy and History: Educating Chaucer's Clergeon (Language: English)
Mark Sherman, Department of English, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence

Session: 1109
Title: THE DRAMA OF SANCTITY - SAINTS IN DRAMA
Sponsor: Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Organiser: Patricia E. Skinner, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Moderator: John J. McGavin, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 1109-a: Miracles, Drama and St John of Beverley (Language: English)
Sue Wilson, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 1109-b: Language as the Performance of Sanctity (Language: English)
Lynn Forest-Hill, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 1109-c: Performance behind Closed Curtains: The Anchoresses of the Ancrene Wisse (Language: English)
Cate Gunn, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton

Session: 1110
Title: LOGISTICS IN MEDIEVAL WARFARE
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
Moderator: Kelly DeVries
Paper 1110-a: The Logistics of General Mobilisation in West Francia (847-864) (Language: English)
Carroll Gillmor, Department of History, University of Utah
Paper 1110-b: Moving Late Medieval Gunpowder Weapons (Language: English)
Kelly DeVries
Paper 1110-c: How Was Gunpowder Prepared for Battle or Siege in the Late Middle Ages? (Language: English)
Bert Hall, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto, Ontario

Session: 1111
Title: WORKING WITH THE ICELANDIC SAGAS II
Organiser: Phil Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Phil Cardew
Paper 1111-a: The 'Epodium' to Egill Skallagrímson's Höfuðlausn: An Interpretation (Language: English)
Susanne Kries, Department of English, Freie Universität Berlin and Thomas Krömmelbein, Independent Scholar, Hamburg
Paper 1111-b: '...hann stóð svár vel til höggsins': The Perversity of Fóstbrædra Saga (Language: English)
Martin Arnold, Department of English, University College, Scarborough
Paper 1111-c: Laxdæla Saga: Kjartan Ólafsson's Baptism and Death (Language: English)
Andrew Hamer, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Liverpool

Session: 1112
Title: HISTORIANS OF MEDIEVAL IBERIA I
Sponsor: Cañada Blanch Foundation for Advanced Hispanic Studies
Organiser: Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Jeremy Lawrence, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Manchester
Paper 1112-a: The Arab Conquest of 'Hispania' and the Problem of the Invaders' Settlement (Language: English)
Eduardo Manzano Moreno, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid
Paper 1112-b: The Treatment of Muslims in the Chronicle of Alfonso III (Language: English)
John Eric Wreglesworth, Independent Scholar, Manchester

Session: 1113
Title: THE PAPACY AND THE MENDICANTS IN THE MIDDLE AGES I
Sponsor: The English Province of the Friars Minor Conventual
Organisers: Michael Robson OFM. Conv., St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge and Patrick Zutshi, Cambridge University Library
Moderator: Michael Robson OFM. Conv.
Paper 1113-a: The English Friars and the Implementation of the Pastoral Provisions of Lateran IV in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Maura O'Carroll SND, Heythrop College, University of London
Paper 1113-b: Judaism and the Jews in the Summa de casibus of Raymond of Peñafort, O.P. (Language: English)
John Watt, University of Newcastle
Paper 1113-c: Dominicans and Franciscans in the Service of Innocent IV (Language: English)
Susan Martin, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 1113-d: Papal Interpretations of the Rule of the Friars Minor in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Michael Robson OFM. Conv.

Session: 1114
Title: THE INTERACTION OF SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER IN EUROPE IN THE CENTRAL MIDDLE AGES III
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld
Paper 1114-a: Countergifts in 11th-Century France: The Cost of Doing Business (Language: English)
Stephen Weinberger, Department of History, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Paper 1114-b: The Whole World a Hermitage? Monks Instructing Laymen in the 11th and 12th Centuries (Language: English)
Ineke van 't Spijker, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1114-c: The Conviction of the Lord: Odo of Blaison and the Abbey of Saint-Aubin (Language: English)
H. B. Teunis

Session: 1115
Title: ARCHIVES ET BIBLIOTHÈQUES MÉDIÉVALES: POUR DES APPROCHES CONJOINTES I
Sponsor: Archives Générales du Royaume et Archives de l'État dans les Provinces, Belgique
Organiser: Paul Bertrand, F.N.R.S. Belge/Archives de l'État, Liège
Moderator: Paul Bertrand
Paper 1115-a: Étude sur les archives médiévales en Allemagne et en Italie (Language: Français)
Thomas Behrmann, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1115-b: First Results of a Quantitative Analysis of Legal Manuscript Production (Language: English)
Uwe Neddermeyer, Universität Köln

Session: 1116
Title: CHANT NOTATION AND ANALYSIS: EAST AND WEST
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 1116-a: Changing between B Natural and B Flat in Long Office Antiphons of the First Mode (Language: English)
Eva Rungwald, Centre for Medieval Studies, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
Paper 1116-b: Hildegard von Bingen's Music in the Light of Ethnomusicological Analyses: Similarities between the Ordo Virtutum and the Melodies of Karelian Runes (Language: English)
Julia Grits, Department of Music, The Russian Institute of Art History, St Petersburg
Paper 1116-c: WITHDRAWN Considerations on the 'Megala Semadia' in Byzantine Musical Notation (Language: English)
Maria Alexandru, Institute of Greek and Latin Studies, Københavns Universitet

Session: 1117
Title: DECORATIONS FOR THE HOLY DEAD I: CULT AND BURIAL IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Sponsor: International Center for Medieval Art, New York
Organisers: Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo, Department of Fine Arts, Montclair State University, New Jersey and Stephen Lamia, Department of Visual Arts, Dowling College, Oakdale, New York
Moderator: Stephen Lamia
Paper 1117-a: Buried Treasure: The Fifteen Holy Bishops of Galicia and León, Their Cult and Material Remains (Language: English)
Eduardo Carrero Santamaría, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Paper 1117-b: Imagery and Interactivity: Ritual Transaction at the Saint's Tomb (Language: English)
Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras, Department of Art History, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Paper 1117-c: Microbasilica in Macrosepulchre: The 'Shrine within a Shrine' of San Vicente de Ávila (Language: English)
Daniel Rico Camps, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

Session: 1118
Title: THEORY AND PRACTICE IN MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Malcolm Thurlby, Department of Art History, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1118-a: Texts and Transmission: Treatises, Technology and Practice in Architecture and the Applied Arts in the Early Medieval West (Language: English)
Matthew Moran, School of World Art and Museology, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 1118-b: Connections between Early Medieval Thought and Architectural Design (Language: English)
Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University
Paper 1118-c: Ideal and Real Geometrics in Medieval Architecture (Language: English)
Nancy Wu, International Center of Medieval Art, The Cloisters, New York

Session: 1119
Title: REGIONAL IDENTITY IN 15TH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organisers: Matthew Holford, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and Sarah Williams, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1119-a: Language, Literature and Regional Identity in 15th-Century Yorkshire (Language: English)
Matthew Holford
Paper 1119-b: 'This wirshupful citie': The Language of Civic Correspondence in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Sarah Williams
Paper 1119-c: In Will and Deed: 15th-Century Norfolk Gentry and Local Identity (Language: English)
Philippa Maddern, Department of History, University of Western Australia, Nedlands

Session: 1120
Title: ETHNICITY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES II: GOTHS AND FRANKS
Organiser: Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1120-a: Who Were the Franks? (Language: English)
Walter Pohl
Paper 1120-b: Genealogies of Ethnicity: Historicising Identity in the Frankish World (Language: English)
Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 1120-c: Merely Ideology? Ethnicity in Ostrogothic Italy (Language: English)
Peter Heather, Department of History, University College, University of London

Session: 1121
Title: THE CULT OF ST KATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES I
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organisers: Jacqueline Jenkins, Department of English, University of Calgary, Alberta and Katherine J. Lewis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Jacqueline Jenkins
Paper 1121-a: The Role of the Normans in the Development of the Cult of St Katherine (Language: English)
Christine Walsh, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, Universtiy of London
Paper 1121-b: 'To the Service of the Blessed Katherine, My Best Pan': Tracing the Cult of St Katherine in Late Medieval English Wills (Language: English)
Katherine J. Lewis
Paper 1121-c: The Cult of St Katherine of Alexandria in Sweden (Language: English)
Tracey Sands, Extension Division, University of California, Los Angeles

Session: 1122
Title: ELEMENTS OF TRADITIONAL MYTHOLOGY IN HAGIOGRAPHIC DISCOURSE
Organiser: Mark Omelnitski, Moscow Pedagogical University/King's College, University of London
Moderator: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1122-a: Origin, Power and Sanctity: The Saint and His Family in the Latin and Old Russian Princely Hagiography (Language: English)
Marina Paramonova, Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Paper 1122-b: The Image of the Heroic Saint in Anglo-Saxon Hagiography: Pagan or Christian? (Language: English)
Mark Omelnitski
Paper 1122-c: Myth into Legend, Performance into Text: The Example of St Barbara (Language: English)
Mario Longtin, School of European Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh

Session: 1123
Title: MARTYRS, HERMITS, NUNS
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organisers: Gábor Klaniczay and József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Sofia Boesch Gajano, Department of History, Università di Roma
Paper 1123-a: Pope Damasus and the Cult of Martyr Saints (Language: English)
Marianne Sághy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1123-b: Hermits Murdered by Robbers: The Taste for Passio in Ottonian Hagiography (Language: English)
Marina Miladinov, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1123-c: WITHDRAWN Neither Eve nor Mary (Language: English)
Aviad Kleinberg, Department of History, Tel-Aviv University

Session: 1124
Title: SECULAR SAINTS AND LOCAL HEROES
Organiser: Michael R. Evans, Faculty of Arts, Open University, Nottingham
Moderator: Michael R. Evans
Paper 1124-a: REPLACEMENT Secular Saints? Characterisation and Sanctity in Three English Prose Romances of the 15th Century (Language: English)
Alison Renshaw, Kings College, University of London

Paper 1124-b: Monastic Resistance to Episcopal Authority and Innovation in Anglo-Norman Hagiography: The Vie Ste-Osith (Language: English)
Jane Zatta, Department of English, South Illinois University, Edwardsville
Paper 1124-c: Sanctity, Savagery and Saracens in Capystranus (Language: English)
Bonnie Millar, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham

Session: 1125 WITHDRAWN
Title: MYSOGYNY: AVENGING WOMEN, DESTROYING WOMEN
Organiser: Corinne Leisi, Department of German Studies, Universität Zürich
Moderator: Carol Magner, Department of German, King's College, University of London


WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 1999: 14.15 - 15.30

Session: 1201
Title: THEMES AND EPISODES IN ANGLO-SAXON LITERATURE AND ART
Organiser: Hugh Magennis, School of English, The Queen's University, Belfast
Moderator: Hugh Magennis
Paper 1201-a: The Fourth Funeral in Beowulf (Language: English)
Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1201-b: Light in Anglo-Saxon Literature and Art (Language: English)
Barbara Raw, University of Keele (Emerita)
Paper 1201-c: Remembering St Veronica in Post-Conquest Old English (Language: English)
Mary Swan, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds

Session: 1202
Title: CONSENSUS IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES I
Organiser: Paul S. Barnwell, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England, York
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1202-a: Legal Assemblies and Judicial Structure in Early Scandinavia (Language: English)
Stefan Brink, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala Universitet
Paper 1202-b: Popular Assemblies in Early Britain: Absence of Evidence or Evidence of Absence? (Language: English)
Alex Woolf, Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1202-c: The Identity of Royal Inauguration Sites in Medieval Ireland (Language: English)
Elizabeth FitzPatrick, Department of Archaeology, National University of Ireland, Galway

Session: 1203 NEW
Title: HOW TO MAKE A SAINT: ON THE ORGANISATION OF CANONISATION TRIALS
Organiser: Christian Krötzl, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto
Moderator: Michael Goodich, Department of History, University of Haifa
Paper 1203-a: The Canonisation of Vincent Ferrer (d. 1419): Some Regional Differences (Language: English)
Laura Smoller, Department of History, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
Paper 1203-b: Canonisation between Canonistic Norm and Procedural Practice in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Thomas Wetzstein, Universität Freiburg
Paper 1203-c: Women as Witnesses in Canonisation Hearings (Language: English)
Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto
Respondent: Christian Krötzl

Session: 1204
Title: MEDIEVAL MEMORY CONSTRUCTED, DE-CONSTRUCTED AND RE-CONSTRUCTED II
Sponsor: Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Organisers: Kate Dailinger, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and Elina Screen, Renvall Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Kate Dailinger
Paper 1204-a: Genealogies and Interpretations: Sidestepping the 'Courtly Love' Tradition (Language: English)
Peter Nesteruk, Université de Metz
Paper 1204-b: 'Lecta memoriae commendans': Reading and Remembering (Language: English)
Kate Dailinger
Paper 1204-c: Fraud and Forgeries: The Memories of Anglo-Saxon Religious Communities (Language: English)
Sean Miller, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

Session: 1205
Title: EVA, VAE, AVE: FEMALE RELIGIOUS IMAGERY AND ITS IMPACT ON 15TH-CENTURY READERS
Sponsor: University of Northumbria, Newcastle
Organiser: Lesley Twomey, University of Northumbria, Newcastle
Moderator: Jane Whetnall, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
THE RUNNING ORDER OF THE SESSION HAS CHANGED:
Paper 1205-a: Woman That Deceived the Serpent: Eve and Mary in the Works of Don Juan Manuel (Language: English)
Consuelo de Andrés Martínez, Department of Modern European Languages, University of Plymouth
Paper 1205-b: Las figuras de Jesús y de María en la obra de Sor Isabel de Villena y de Bernat Fenollar (Language: Español)
Marinela García Sempere, Department of Catalan Language and Literature, Universitat d'Alacant
Paper 1205-c: Sor Isabel de Villena, Her Vita Christi and an Example of Gendered Writing in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Lesley Twomey

Session: 1206
Title: MEDIEVAL INTERPRETATIONS OF DEATH AND TIME
Organiser: Hans Popper, Department of German, University of Swansea (Emeritus)
Moderator: Carol Magner, Department of German, King's College, University of London
Paper 1206-a: Approaches to Death: The Relationship between Traditional Views and the Problem of Suffering in Boethius' De consolatione Philosophiae (Language: English)
Hans Popper
Paper 1206-b: Female Figures of Knowledge and Death (Language: Deusch)
Corinne Leisi, Department of German Studies, Universität Zürich
Paper 1206-c: The Interpretation of Time in the Sybilline Oracles (Language: Deutsch)
Bettina Spoerri, Department of German Studies, Universität Zürich

Session: 1207
Title: NOT ONLY ABOUT DRINKING: ALCOHOL, ITS USE AND ITS IMAGE IN THE MIDDLE AGE
Organiser: Anu Mänd, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Anu Mänd
Paper 1207-a: The Use of Alcohol in Medieval Medicine (Language: English)
Renata Mikolajczyk, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1207-b: The Ambivalence of Taverns: Social Order and Its Dissolution (Language: English)
Katharina Simon-Muscheid, Department of History, Universität Basel
Paper 1207-c: 'Imago Vini' in Late Medieval Dubrovnik (Language: English)
Gordan Ravancic, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb

Session: 1208
Title: LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLISH CULTURE: PATTERNS OF HISTORY AND THE 'MONSTROUS' OTHER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Catherine Batt, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1208-a: The Narrative Logic of Rauf Coilµear's Saracen Ending (Language: English)
Glenn Wright, State University of New York, Albany
Paper 1208-b: Assimilating Giants: Gog and Magog in Medieval English Literature and Pageantry (Language: English)
Victor I. Scherb, Department of Literature and Languages, University of Texas, Tyler
Paper 1208-c: The Structure of the Alliterative Morte Arthure (Language: English)
Rosamund Allen, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

Session: 1209
Title: THE THEATRE OF SAINTS I
Organisers: Clifford Davidson, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo and Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Sally-Beth MacLean
Paper 1209-a: Saints' Plays in Lincolnshire: What the Records Tell Us (Language: English)
James Stokes, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Paper 1209-b: Ritual in Civic Saint Cults: The 'Riding of St George' in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
Sam Riches, Department of the History of Art, University of Leicester
Paper 1209-c: The Life of St Meriasek: A Cornish Drama (Language: English)
Sydney Higgins, Università degli Studi di Camerino
Respondent: Clifford Davidson

Session: 1210
Title: ANCIENT TECHNOLOGY AND MODERN SKILLS: MAKING ARMOUR
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Robert D. Smith
Paper 1210-a: Making Mail: Practical Research of the Technology of Medieval European Mail (Language: English)
Simon Metcalf, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Paper 1210-b: Replicating an Anglo-Saxon Helmet (Language: English)
Christopher Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
These two papers are followed by a short demonstration and workshop in the Bodington Marquee, located on the grass outside Woodsley Common Room: Making Armour: Have a Go! introduced by Robert D. Smith.

Session: 1211
Title: MODERNITY AND MENTALITY IN MEDIEVAL ICELAND
Organiser: Ármann Jakobsson, University of Iceland, Reykjavík
Moderator: Ármann Jakobsson
Paper 1211-a: The Court as a Centre of Modernity: The Case of Morkinskinna (Language: English)
Ármann Jakobsson
Paper 1211-b: Adapting to Courtly Culture: The Mentality of Haukr Erlendsson (Language: English)
Sverrir Jakobsson, University of Iceland, Reykjavík
Paper 1211-c: A New Role for the Church in Late Medieval Iceland (Language: English)
Lára Magnúsardóttir, University of Iceland, Reykjavík

Session: 1212
Title: HISTORIANS OF MEDIEVAL IBERIA II
Sponsor: Cañada Blanch Foundation for Advanced Hispanic Studies
Organiser: Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Richard Hitchcock, Department of Spanish, University of Exeter
Paper 1212-a: REPLACEMENT Updating the Chronicle: An Approach to the Study of the Estorias del fecho de los godos (Language: English)
Manolo Hijano Villegas, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 1212-b: REPLACEMENT Social Relations in the Visigothic Kingdom from the 5th to the 7th Century: The Example of Merida (Language: English)
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds

Session: 1213
Title: THE PAPACY AND THE MENDICANTS IN THE MIDDLE AGES II
Sponsor: The English Province of the Friars Minor Conventual
Organisers: Michael Robson OFM. Conv., St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge and Patrick Zutshi, Cambridge University Library
Moderator: John Watt, University of Newcastle
Paper 1213-a: Mendicant Friars as Envoys and Diplomats (Language: English)
Jens Röhrkasten, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Paper 1213-b: WITHDRAWN Was Michael of Cesena a Franciscan Spiritual? (Language: English)
Michael Cusato OFM, Sacred Heart Church, St Paul, Minnesota

Paper 1213-c: WITHDRAWN Spiritual Sword and Spiritual Quanta (Language: English)
Anne Davenport, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Paper 1213-d: Establishment, Identity and Papal Approval: The Carmelite Order's Creation of Its Legendary History (Language: English)
Richard Copsey O. Carm., Institutum Carmelitanum, Rome

Session: 1214
Title: THE INTERACTION OF SECULAR AND ECCLESIASTICAL POWER IN EUROPE IN THE CENTRAL MIDDLE AGES IV
Organisers: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and H. B. Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld
Paper 1214-a: What do the Birch-Bark Texts Tell Us about Church-State Relations in 12th-Century Novgorod? (Language: English)
Roman K. Kovalev, Department of History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Paper 1214-b: The Sheriff, the Saint, and the Jews: Norwich in the 1140s (Language: English)
Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, London
Paper 1214-c: Disputes between the Vicars Choral and the Resident Canons of York Minster in the 14th Century (Language: English)
Nigel Tringham, Department of History, University of Keele/Victoria County History of Staffordshire, Stafford

Session: 1215
Title: MIDDLE ENGLISH AND MIDDLE SCOTS LEXICOGRAPHY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Robert E. Bjork, Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe
Paper 1215-a: WITHDRAWN The Middle English Glossarial Database and the Poetry of Robert Henryson (Language: English)
Robert L. Kindrick, University of Montana, Missoula

Paper 1215-b: The Research Potential of the On-Line Middle English Dictionary: A Demonstration (Language: English)
Paul Schaffner, Middle English Compendium, Digital Library Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Session: 1216
Title: LITURGY AND THE ARTS IN FLORENCE, ROME AND MILAN
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 1216-a: The Early Liturgical Manuscripts of the Cathedral of Florence (Language: English)
Marica Tacconi, School of Music, The Pennsylvania State University
Paper 1216-b: Architecture and the Cult of St Benedict in Rome (Language: English)
Catherine McCurrach, University of Michigan
Paper 1216-c: Liturgical Music in Milan (Language: English)
Saskia C. M. M. Rolsma, Department of Music, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1217
Title: DECORATIONS FOR THE HOLY DEAD II: CLOISTER - A HOLY PLACE FOR THE HOLY DEAD
Sponsor: International Center for Medieval Art, New York
Organisers: Stephen Lamia, Department of Visual Arts, Dowling College, Oakdale, New York and Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo, Department of Fine Arts, Montclair State University, New Jersey
Moderator: Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo
Paper 1217-a: Burial ad sanctos in the Cloister of Silos (Language: English)
Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo
Paper 1217-b: Cloister as Shrine to a Patron Saint: Perpetuating the Memory of St Pontius at Saint-Pons-d:e-Thomières (Language: English)
Leslie Bussis Tait, Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, New York
Paper 1217-c: Time's Witness: Configuring Burial and Remembering the Dead in the Moissac Cloister (Language: English)
Leah Rutchick, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Session: 1218
Title: TREES AND WOODLAND IN MEDIEVAL LANDSCAPE RECONSTRUCTION IN YORKSHIRE
Organiser: Richard Muir, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Moderator: Ian Dormor, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Paper 1218-a: Pollards and the Survival of Facets of the Medieval Countryside in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire (Language: English)
Richard Muir
Paper 1218-b: Working with Wood Pasture in Swaledale, North Yorkshire (Language: English)
Andrew Fleming, Department of Archaeology, University of Wales, Lampeter
Paper 1218-c: Medieval Woodlands and Woodland Industries in South Yorkshire (Language: English)
Melvyn Jones, Leisure Industries Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University

Session: 1219
Title: SPACE AND STATUS: CONSTRUCTIONS OF IDENTITY IN CITY, CASTLE AND QUEEN'S COURT
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Abigail M. Wheatley, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1219-a: Purity and the City: Perceptions of Space in Late Medieval York (Language: English)
Pamela Hartshorne, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1219-b: 'Closit with a clene wall clustrit with towres': Interchanging Images of Castle and Walled City (Language: English)
Abigail M. Wheatley
Paper 1219-c: Within the Queen's Chambers: The Construction and Exercise of Queenship at the English Court (1445-1503) (Language: English)
Joanna L. Chamberlayne, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 1220
Title: SCARY MONSTERS AND SUPER CREEPS: NON-HUMAN BEINGS IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Organiser: Brigitte Pohl-Resl, Institut für österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Patrick J. Geary, Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame
Paper 1220-a: Images of Terror (Language: English)
Brigitte Pohl-Resl
Paper 1220-b: Bewildering Constructions: Alien Nature in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Maximilian Diesenberger, Department of History, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 1220-c: The Agony and the Ecstasy: Monsters and Miracles at the Edge of the World (Language: English)
Andrew Merrils, Trinity College, University of Cambridge

Session: 1221
Title: THE CULT OF ST KATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES II
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organisers: Jacqueline Jenkins, Department of English, University of Calgary, Alberta and Katherine J. Lewis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Jacqueline Jenkins
Paper 1221-a: Katherine among the Quattrocento Humanists: The Passio by Antonio Agli (c. 1400-77) (Language: English)
Alison Frazier, Department of History, University of Texas, Austin
Paper 1221-b: Wisdom in Seinte Katerine (Language: English)
Gopa Roy, Department of English, King's College, University of London
Paper 1221-c: Why Does Katherine Have Short Hair? Her Iconography in Books of Hours (Language: English)
Karen A. Winstead, Department of English, Ohio State University, Columbus

Session: 1222
Title: HERMITS AND HOLINESS IN THE CENTRAL MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Conrad Leyser, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 1222-a: The Body in a Saint's Mind (Language: English)
Oluf Schönbeck, Institute of the History of Religions, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1222-b: Hermits and Hairshirts: Social Contexts for Saintly Clothing in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Dominic Alexander, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1222-c: An Exemplar of Marian Devotion: St Hermann-Joseph of Steinfeld, His Life and Iconography (Language: English)
Carolyn D. Muir, Department of Fine Arts, University of Hong Kong
Paper 1222-d: Hamo of Savigny and His Companions: Failed Saints? (Language: English)
Lorna E. M. Walker, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews

Session: 1223
Title: GROUPS OF SAINTS IN COURTLY CONTEXT
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organisers: Gábor Klaniczay and József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Gábor Klaniczay
Paper 1223-a: Saintly Relatives, Holy Countrymen, Divine Minds: Saints and Sanctity at the Court of Naples (Language: English)
Samantha Kelly, Rice University, Houston, Texas
Paper 1223-b: The Selection of Saints in the Hungarian Angevin Legendary and Its European Parallels (Language: English)
Béla Zsolt Szakács, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1223-c: The Presence of Saints around Emperor Charles IV: Paintings and Relics in the Holy Cross Chapel in Karlstein (Language: English)
Hana Jana Hlaváèková, Institute for Art History, Univerzity Karlovy, Prague

Session: 1224
Title: GENDER AND VOICE IN LATE MEDIEVAL HAGIOGRAPHY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Constant Mews, Department of History, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria
Paper 1224-a: Hildegard of Bingen as Seen by Annalists of the 12th-14th Centuries (Language: English)
Susann El Kholi, Department of German, Universität Heidelberg
Paper 1224-b: Secreta Mandata: Subversion, Marginality and Alternative Communities in Voragine's Legend of St Cecilia (Language: English)
Christina M. Fitzgerald, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 1224-c: Understanding Christina Mirabilis: Anatomy of a Volatile Saint (Language: English)
Brian S. Lee, Department of English, University of Cape Town

Session: 1225 WITHDRAWN
Title: CLASSICAL LATIN TEXTS IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Paper 1225-b: MOVED TO SESSION 815 'Was the man an ass?' The Metamorphoses of Augustine's Ass-Anecdote and their Demonological Implications (Language: English)
Georg Modestin


WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 1999: 16.30-18.00

Session: 1301
Title: ANGLO-SAXON WORD STUDIES
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Gale R. Owen-Crocker
Paper 1301-a: Who Named the Trees? Place-Names of Southern Cumbria (Language: English)
Linda Corrigan, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1301-b: Hyge in Genesis (Language: English)
John Highfield, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1301-c: REPLACEMENT The Cup of Death (Language: English)
Christina Lee, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester

Session: 1302
Title: CONSENSUS IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES II
Organiser: Paul S. Barnwell, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England, York
Moderator: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1302-a: Kings, Nobles and Assemblies in the Barbarian Kingdoms (Language: English)
Paul S. Barnwell
Paper 1302-b: Christianity and the Limits of Consensus in the Carolingian World (Language: English)
Matthew J. Innes, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1302-c: The Notion of Consent in Early Medieval Central European Legal Records (Language: English)
János M. Bak, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 1303
Title: WRITING HENRY V
Organiser: Jeremy N. Dimmick, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Jeremy N. Dimmick
Paper 1303-a: 'Inivit David consilium': Henry V in Sermons at the Opening of Parliament (Language: English)
Shelagh A. Sneddon, Parliament Rolls Project, University of St Andrews
Paper 1303-b: The Authority of the Past in Early Histories of Henry V (Language: English)
Neil Wright, Girton College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1303-c: 'In his worschip for a memorial': Lydgate's Lancastrian Monuments (Language: English)
Jeremy N. Dimmick Session: 1304
Title: ROLE MODELS I
Sponsor: University of Edinburgh and Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Organisers: Thomas S. Brown, Department of History, University of Edinburgh and James R. Simpson, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Moderator: James R. Simpson
Paper 1304-a: Role Models for Later Middle English Kings (Language: English)
Tony Goodman, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1304-b: Old Testament Prophets as Role Models for Anglo-Saxon Bishops (Language: English)
Simon J. Coates, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1304-c: NEW Typology in Royal Portraits in Late Medieval Italian Art (Language: English)
R. J. Gibbs, Department of Art History, University of Glasgow

Session: 1305
Title: CURRENT RESEARCH IN MEDIEVAL OCCITAN LEXICOLOGY
Organiser: Peter T. Ricketts, Department of French Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Peter T. Ricketts
Paper 1305-a: Medieval Occitan Lexicology and the Concordance de L'Occitan Médiéval (COM) (Language: English)
Peter T. Ricketts
Paper 1305-b: Raimbaut d'Aurenga and Arnaut Daniel in MS. C (Paris, Bibl. Nat., fr 856): Lexicological Problems (Language: English)
M. De Conca, Department of French Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 1305-c: Some Lexicological Problems in Marcabru (Language: English)
Ruth Harvey, Department of French, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 1306
Title: MEDIEVAL VILLAGE CHURCHES AND SOCIETY
Organiser: József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: József Laszlovszky
Paper 1306-a: Art, Architecture and Society (Language: English)
Axel Bolvig, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1306-b: Church, Society, Historiography (Language: English)
Martin Bo Nørregård, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1306-c: Private Church and Manorial Complex (Language: English)
Gabor Virágos, Linacre College, University of Oxford

Session: 1307
Title: ST BENEDICT AND HIS INFLUENCE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brenda Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1307-a: Reviewing the Controversial Terminology in RB's Chapters 27 and 28: Towards a New Propositional Definition of Benedict's Past (Language: English)
Riccardo Cristiani
Paper 1307-b: REPLACEMENT Monks, the Rule and Pastoral Care (Language: English)
Gillian Murphy, Department of History, University College, University of London

Session: 1308
Title: STRUCTURAL AND METRICAL ISSUES IN EARLY AND LATE MIDDLE ENGLISH
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Catherine Batt, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1308-a: WITHDRAWN Parallelism, Cohesion and Metrical Paragraphing in Early English Homiletic Prose (Language: English)
Stephen N. Tranter, Department of English, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena

Paper 1308-b: Metrical Constraints on the Right Edge of the Middle English Alliterative Line (Language: English)
Yasuyo Moriya, Department of English, International Christian University, Tokyo
Paper 1308-c: Christensen as Medievalist: A Method for Reading and Analysing Malory's Morte Darthur (Language: English)
Jim Wheeler, Department of English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Session: 1309
Title: THE THEATRE OF SAINTS II
Organisers: Clifford Davidson, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo and Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Lynette R. Muir, Department of French, University of Leeds (Emerita)
Paper 1309-a: WITHDRAWN Pagans and Christians, Saints and Emperors: The Transformation from Late Antiquity to Medieval French Theatre (Language: English)
Sian Williams, Department of Classics, University of Edinburgh

Paper 1309-b: Spectacular Suffering: Erotic Response and the Saint's Play (Language: English)
Marla Carlson, Department of Theatre Studies, City University of New York
Paper 1309-c: Fiacre and Veronica: Two Saints, Two Plays and One Confraternity (Language: English)
Graham A. Runnalls, School of European Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh

Session: 1310
Title: BIG BANGS AND SUPERGUNS: ARTILLERY IN THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Robert D. Smith
Paper 1310-a: The Port Piece: The Main Stay of Henry's Navy? (Language: English)
Alexzandra Hildred, The Mary Rose Trust, Portsmouth
Paper 1310-b: Manufacture of a Wrought Iron Port Piece (Language: English)
Robert D. Smith
Paper 1310-c: Firing a Replica Wrought-Iron Cannon (Language: English)
Nicholas Hall, The Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson
This session will be followed by an explanation and - weather permitting - a demonstration of the firing of a Mary Rose replica cannon on Bodington playing fields, starting at 18.30.

Session: 1311
Title: IN PRAISE OF RULERS
Organiser: Heather O'Donoghue, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Geraldine Barnes, Department of English/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney
Paper 1311-a: Contextualising the Knútsdrápur (Language: English)
Matthew Townend, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1311-b: 'That which is most to his Honour': The Miracles of St Oláfr of Norway (Language: English)
Carl Phelpstead, Wolfson College, University of Oxford
Paper 1311-c: Praising Kings in the Earliest Sagas (Language: English)
Heather O'Donoghue

Session: 1312
Title: HISTORIANS OF MEDIEVAL IBERIA III
Sponsor: Cañada Blanch Foundation for Advanced Hispanic Studies
Organiser: Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Wendy Childs, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1312-a: Updating the Chronicle: An Approach to the Study of the Estorias del fecho de los godos (Language: English)
Manolo Hijano Villegas, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 1312-b: Martyrs and Manipulators: Women in the Crónicas de Fernão Lopes (Language: English)
Penny Robinson, Centre for Joint Honours, University of Leeds
Paper 1312-c: Spanish Franciscan Reform: The Roman Connection (1470-1527) (Language: English)
John Edwards, Independent Scholar, Oxford

Session: 1313
Title: THE PAPACY AND THE MENDICANTS IN THE MIDDLE AGES III
Sponsor: The English Province of the Friars Minor Conventual
Organisers: Michael Robson OFM. Conv., St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge and Patrick Zutshi, Cambridge University Library
Moderator: Patrick Zutshi
Paper 1313-a: Friars, Infallibility and the Early Avignon Popes (Language: English)
David L. D'Avray, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 1313-b: 'Pro domino nostro papa': An Obscure Gambit of Innocent VI (1359) in the Dispute between the Seculars and Mendicants (Language: English)
Michael Haren, Irish Manuscripts Commission/University College, Dublin
Paper 1313-c: John Bird and Giacomo Calco and the King's Great Matter (Language: English)
Kevin Alban O.Carm, Institutum Carmelitanum, Rome

Session: 1314
MOVED TO 715

Session: 1315
Title: ARCHIVES ET BIBLIOTHÈQUES MÉDIÉVALES: POUR DES APPROCHES CONJOINTES II
Sponsor: Archives Générales du Royaume et Archives de l'État dans les Provinces, Belgique
Organiser: Paul Bertrand, F.N.R.S. Belge/Archives de l'État, Liège
Moderator: Paul Bertrand
Paper 1315-a: Gestion des archives et des bibliothèques dans l'ancien diocèse de Liège à la fin du Moyen Âge (Language: Français)
Xavier Hermand, Department of History, Université catholique de Louvain
Paper 1315-b: Les archives du couvent des Dominicains à Liège (XIIIe- XVe siècles): Enquêtes sur un cas exemplaire (Language: Français)
Paul Bertrand
Paper 1315-c: MOVED FROM SESSION 1002 L'administration d'une commune autour de 1300 d'après les plus anciens comptes communaux de Suisse (1283-1323) (Language: Français)
Clémence Thévenaz, Université de Lausanne

Session: 1316
Title: OSWALD VON WOLKENSTEIN IN NEW TRANSLATIONS AND RECORDINGS
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft
Organiser: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Moderator: Sieglinde Hartmann
Paper 1316-a: Translating Humorous Episodes in Wolkenstein's Poetry (Language: English)
Alan Robertshaw, Department of German, University of Exeter
Paper 1316-b: Oswald's St Mary's Songs: Religious or Courtly Poetry? (Language: English)
Paola Schulze-Belli, Università degli Studi di Trieste
Paper 1316-c: Songs of Oswald von Wolkenstein in New Recordings (Language: English)
Martin J. Schubert, Department of German, Universität Köln

Session: 1317
Title: DECORATIONS FOR THE HOLY DEAD III: TOMB AND ALTARPIECE IN LATE MEDIEVAL TUSCANY
Sponsor: International Center for Medieval Art, New York
Organisers: Stephen Lamia, Department of Visual Arts, Dowling College, Oakdale, New York and Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo, Department of Fine Arts, Montclair State University, New Jersey
Moderator: Stephen Lamia
Paper 1317-a: Exalting Humility: Art for the Shrine of a Visionary Abbess (Language: English)
Elizabeth R. Dunn, Department of Art, Music and Theatre, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Paper 1317-b: The 'Vanni' Altarpiece and the Relic Cult of St Margaret: Considering a Female Audience (Language: English)
Leanne Gilbertson, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Paper 1317-c: Civic Promoters of Celestial Protectors: The 'Arca di S. Donato' in Arezzo and the Crisis of the Saint's Tomb around 1400 (Language: English)
Ulrich Pfisterer, Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florence

Session: 1318
Title: SPATIAL REORGANISATION IN MEDIEVAL TOWNS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 1318-a: WITHDRAWN Medieval Archaeology of the Mersin Area in Cilicia (Southern Turkey) (Language: English)
Ergün Lafli, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen
Paper 1318-b: WITHDRAWN The Transformation of Ancient Towns in Central Tunisia during the Islamic Period: The Example of Uchi Maius (Language: English)
Sauro Gelichi

Paper 1318-c: Spazio urbano nelle città rinascimentali nella 'Val di Noto' (Sicilia), prima del 1693 (Language: Italiano)
Giovanni Di Stefano, Soprintendenza aibeni Culturali, Ragusa

Session: 1319
Title: SANCTITY AND POWER IN THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mary Garrison, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1319-a: Cosmic Battles and the Kingdom of the Saints in Carolingian Poetry (Language: English)
Mary Alberi, Department of History, Pace University, New York
Paper 1319-b: The Liber Miraculorum Sancti Pirminii: A Remodeling of Saintly Patronage (Language: English)
John A. Scofield, Independent Scholar, Denver, Colorado
Paper 1319-c: A 'Political Saint': The German Emperor Henry II and His Donations to the Church (Language: English)
Silke Schomburg, Department of English, RWTH Aachen

Session: 1320
Title: IDENTITY AND ETHNICITY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES III - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Walter Pohl
Purpose: Most scholars nowadays agree that ethnic groups in the Middle Ages were not natural and objective units but largely defined by perceptions and self-identifications. Their function in the early Middle Ages is, however, a question for debate. Was this function merely ideological, their perception rooted in classical ethnography? Were early medieval peoples relatively stable groups to whose members ethnic affiliations seemed natural? Do early medieval texts reflect existing identities or rather contribute in constructing, or even inventing them? These and similar questions will be raised, with particular attention paid to the Goths and Franks.

Session: 1321
Title: THE CULT OF ST KATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES III
Sponsor: The Hagiography Society
Organisers: Jacqueline Jenkins, Department of English, University of Calgary, Alberta and Katherine J. Lewis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Katherine J. Lewis
Paper 1321-a: The Katherine Legend in English Breviaries (Language: English)
Sherry Reames, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Paper 1321-b: The Alliterative Katherine Hymn: A Parish Guild Connection from the North-East Midlands? (Language: English)
Ruth Kennedy, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 1321-c: Buchedd Catrin: A Preliminary Study of the Middle Welsh Life of St Katherine of Alexandria (Language: English)
Jane Cartwright, Department of Welsh, Trinity College, Carmarthen

Session: 1322
Title: INTERROGATING LATE MEDIEVAL SANCTITY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Conrad Leyser, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 1322-a: The Inquisitor as Saint (Language: English)
Christine E. Caldwell, Department of History, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 1322-b: The Making of a Monster and the Making of a Saint: Gilles de Rais and Joan of Arc (Language: English)
Alison Butler, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
Paper 1322-c: The Politics of Sainthood: The Case of the Canonisation of Catherine of Siena (Language: English)
Sabine von Heusinger, Department of History, Universität Konstanz

Session: 1323
Title: SOCIAL GROUPS OF SAINTS
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organisers: Gábor Klaniczay and József Laszlovszky, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: József Laszlovszky
Paper 1323-a: Holy Knights and Virgin Martyrs on 14th-Century Central European Frescoes (Language: English)
Zsombor Jékely, Department of History of Art, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Paper 1323-b: Costumes as Symbols of Warrior Sainthood in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Annamária Kovács, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1323-c: Women Hermits from the South Slavic Materica Collections (Language: English)
Maya Petrova, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 1324
Title: SANCTITY IN THE 12TH CENTURY
Sponsor: The Haskins Society and the Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Organiser: John Hudson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Julia M. H. Smith, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1324-a: Saints and Exile (Language: English)
Michael Staunton, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1324-b: Saints and Hospitality (Language: English)
Julie Kerr, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1324-c: St Andrew and St Andrews in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Simon Taylor, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews

Session: 1325
Title: SHAPING GENDER IDENTITIES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Carol M. Meale, Department of English, University of Bristol
Paper 1325-a: The Manly Soul in the Female Breast: St Macrina and Her Brothers (Language: English)
Hannah Hunt, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1325-b: Becoming a Mystic in Medieval England: Gender Approaches in the Physical Modelling of Mystical Experience (Language: English)
Carmel Bendon Davis, School of English, Linguistics and Media, Macquarie University, Sydney
Paper 1325-c: When Mary Became Her Mother's Features (Language: English)
Fredrikke Schrumpf, Department of Cultural Studies and Art History, Universitetet i Bergen


WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 1999: 18.30 - 19.00

Session: 1401
Title: FIRING A MARY ROSE REPLICA CANNON - A DEMONSTRATION
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Purpose: The raising of the Mary Rose has helped us to answer some of the problems about 16th-c:entury artillery, the arming of ships and its use aboard ship. However, there are still many tantalizing questions about the manufacture and use of the large breech-loading wrought-iron cannon found on the ship. In an attempt to answer these, the Royal Armouries and the Mary Rose Trust commissioned a full-scale replica made by traditional smithing techniques. The resultant cannon will be available for inspection and, if the weather is right and conditions good, there will be a blank firing demonstration. WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 1999: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 1411
Title: INTEGRATING ICELANDIC INTO MAINSTREAM MEDIEVAL STUDIES - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Phil Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Phil Cardew
Purpose: This round table will look at ways in which Icelandic Studies can be integrated into the mainstream of Medieval Studies. It will consider in particular issues raised by the study of texts in minority languages. Participants will include Martin Arnold (University College, Scarborough), Geraldine Barnes (University of Sydney), Phil Cardew, Andrew Hamer (University of Liverpool), John McGavin (University of Southampton), and Heather O'Donoghue (Linacre College, Oxford).

Session: 1415
Title: MEDIEVAL STUDIES ON THE WEB: DISTANCE EDUCATION AND THE PEDAGOGY OF APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES FOR SECONDARY, UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE EDUCATION - A WORKSHOP
Organiser: Janice M. Bogstad, McIntyre Library, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and Phillip Kaveny, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Purpose: The mutiple pedagogical implications of Web Resources for use in Medieval Studies will be examined from a practical and a theoretical perspective, with regard to appropriateness for stages of education. Appropriate sites and applications of these resources will be discussed for the secondary, undergradate and graduate teaching or enhancement of teaching for language, historical and literary studies of the medieval period, with a focus on studies of biographies of the Christian Saints. This is intended to be a survey of current uses, a set of guidelines for incorporation of Web resources into already existiing programs and will conclude with a review of literature on the current state of distance education efforts as they might be applied to the pursuit of Medieval Studies in general but with a special focus on the Saints.

Session: 1422
Title: RESEARCH GROUPS ON HAGIOGRAPHY II: TOWARDS A WORLDWIDE FEDERATION - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Hagiologia
Organiser: Paul Bertrand, F.N.R.S. Belge/Archives de l'État, Liège
Moderator: Paul Bertrand
Purpose: During this round table discussion, research groups and individual scholars working in the field of hagiography and the study of saints will discuss the establishment of a worldwide federation of hagiographical associations. Participants will include Paul Bertrand (Hagiologia), Sofia Boesch Gajano (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei Culti e dell'Agiografia), Robert Godding, S.J. (Société des Bollandistes), Anneke Mulder-Bakker (Hagiographische Gezelschap Nederland) and Sherry Reames (Hagiography Society).


THURSDAY 15 JULY 1999: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 1501
Title: OLD ENGLISH IMAGES IN THEIR CULTURAL CONTEXTS: LITERARY AND VISUAL
Organiser: Ingrid Wotschke, Independent Scholar, Magdeburg
Moderator: Ingrid Wotschke
Paper 1501-a: Germanic Nature Images in Old English and Old Norse Kennings (Language: English)
Rainer Nagel, Department of English, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg
Paper 1501-b: Pagan Traditions and Christian Beliefs in Anglo-Saxon Imagery: Beowulf and the Franks' Casket (Language: English)
Ingrid Wotschke
Paper 1501-c: 'Goldhwæte' in Beowulf l.3074a: A New Solution (Language: English)
John Tanke, Department of English, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Session: 1502
Title: THE PARLIAMENT ROLLS PROJECT - A DEMONSTRATION
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth-Century Studies
Organiser: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: W. Mark Ormrod
Purpose: This session aims to publicise two important new projects that will elucidate and make accessible the records of the medieval English Parliament. It will include a live demonstration by Lisa Liddy, Rebecca Reader and Shelagh A. Sneddon, of the Parliament Rolls Project, University of St Andrews, of the CD-ROM of the Parliament Rolls currently in development.

Session: 1503
Title: ADDRESSING THE PAST AND THOSE PRESENT: NEW STUDIES IN HISTORIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS AND THEIR AUDIENCES
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Organiser: Paul Quinn, Department of English, University of Hull
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 1503-a: A Chronicle for the 'Lewed': Reinvestigating the Identity of Robert Mannyng's Intended Audience (Language: English)
Paul Quinn
Paper 1503-b: A Chorus of Historians: Voicing Past and Future in 13th-Century Brittany (Language: English)
Michelle R. Warren, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Miami, Florida
Paper 1503-c: A Change of Address: The Shifting Audience of Oliver de la Marche's Mémoires (Language: English)
Catherine Emerson, Department of French, University of Hull

Session: 1504
Title: ROLE MODELS II
Sponsors: University of Edinburgh and Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Organisers: Thomas S. Brown, Department of History, University of Edinburgh and James R. Simpson, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Moderator: James R. Simpson
Paper 1504-a: Role Models in Byzantine Monastic Biographies (Language: English)
Michael Angold, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1504-b: WITHDRAWN Super-Models in Action? Women in Old French Chansons de Geste (Language: English)
Finn E. Sinclair, New Hall, University of Cambridge

Paper 1504-c: Reading It Wrong: Anti-Tole Models in Old French Literature (Language: English)
James R. Simpson
Paper 1504-d: NEW Jew, Antichrist and other Anti-Heroes in Medival Art (Language: English)
Debra Strickland, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow

Session: 1505
Title: 500 YEARS OF CELESTINA I
Organisers: Louise M. Haywood, Department of Spanish, University of St Andrews and Connie L. Scarborough, Department of Romance Languages, University of Cincinnati, Ohio
Moderator: Dorothy S. Severin, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Liverpool
Paper 1505-a: Los discursos de vituperio y alabanza de la mujer en la Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea (Language: Español)
Eukene Lacarra Lanz, Department of Spanish Philology, Universidad del País Vasco, Vitoria-Gastieiz
Paper 1505-b: De plumas, plumíferos y otros seres alados: Trayectoria y enigmas de una metáfora polifacéticia de la Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea (Language: Español)
Eloísa Palafox, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Paper 1505-c: Mourning and Magic Words in the Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea (Language: English)
Louise M. Haywood

Session: 1506
Title: ANCIENT WEDLOCK AND MEDIEVAL MATRIMONY: THE RECEPTION OF ANCIENT IDEAS ON MARRIAGE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Pavel Blazek, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena
Moderator: Helmut Walther, Department of History, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena
Paper 1506-a: Marriage and Parenthood in Medieval Commentaries on Aristotle's 'Politics' (Language: English)
Pavel Blazek, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena
Paper 1506-b: The Hierarchy of Marriage in Konrad of Megenberg's Yconomica (Language: English)
Gisela Drossbach, Department of Medieval Studies, Technische Universität Dresden

Session: 1507
Title: 'ON THE ROAD AGAIN': TRAVEL AND TRAVELLERS IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz
Paper 1507-a: Diversities of the Unknown: Perceptions of Medieval Travel in Historical Research (Language: English)
Helmut Hundsbichler, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems
Paper 1507-b: The Traveller and the Road: Late Medieval Mobility in the South-East of the Empire (Language: English)
Miha Kosi, Institute of History, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana
Paper 1507-c: Reisende und Reiseliteratur in Byzanz (Language: Deutsch)
Andreas Külzer, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

Session: 1508
Title: CHAUCER IN THE 14TH CENTURY AND BEYOND
Organiser: Kellie Robertson, Department of English, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Moderator: Kellie Robertson
Paper 1508-a: Reading Chaucer's Short Poems: Then and Now (Language: English)
Sarah Ann Kelen, Department of English, Oberlin College, Ohio
Paper 1508-b: Sinning in the Vernacular: The Pardoner's Perversion of Narrative (Language: English)
Derrick G. Pitard, Department of English, Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania
Paper 1508-c: Chaucer at Work: Beyond Estates Satire (Language: English)
Kellie Robertson

Session: 1509
Title: BRIDGING THE GAP: STAGING A MEDIEVAL PLAY IN THE 20TH
CENTURY - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Jane Oakshott
Moderator: Elsa Strietman, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, University of Cambridge
Purpose: The starting point for this round table discussion will be two very different productions of unusual plays: Esmoreit, performed at the IMC in medieval style, and Lanseloet van Denemerken, performed at Camerino this year. Elsa Strietman chairs a panel including the directors of these two productions, Jane Oakshott, Theresia de Vroom and Ron Marasco, to lead discussion on medieval style and performance, particularly the the questions involved in the decision of whether or not to modernise. What is medieval style? How is it translated? What is important? Who is your audience? Where, if at all, do you stop?

Session: 1510
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL METALWORK I
Sponsor: Department of Antiquities, The Ulster Museum, Belfast
Organiser: Cormac Bourke, Department of Antiquities, Ulster Museum, Belfast and Niamh Whitfield
Moderator: Cormac Bourke
Paper 1510-a: The Technology of Early Garnet Inlays (Language: English)
Noël Adams, Independent Scholar, London
Paper 1510-b: Granulation/Reaction Soldering in the Early Medieval Period (Language: English)
Birgit Bühler, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Wien
Paper 1510-c: Enamel and Glass Inlays in Insular Metalwork (Language: English)
Susan Youngs, Department of Medieval and Later Antiquities, The British Museum, London

Session: 1511
Title: HEILIGE RITTER - RITTERLICHE HEILIGE I
Sponsors: Universität St. Gallen and Universität Salzburg
Organiser: Paola Schulze-Belli, Università degli Studi di Trieste
Moderator: Margarete Springeth, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1511-a: Supernatural Intervention in the Legends of Holy Women (Language: English)
Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti, Department of Linguistics, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Paper 1511-b: WITHDRAWN Old Stories, New Contexts: The Late Medieval Romance Flos unde Blankeflos (c. 1300-1350) (Language: English)
Ann Marie Rasmussen, Department of German, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

Paper 1511-c: Supernatural Events in Layamon's Brut (Language: English)
Gloria Mercatanti, Department of Germanic and Romance Philology, Università de Udine

Session: 1512
Title: LARGE REFERENCE RESOURCES FOR MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers, Saltaire
Paper 1512-a: The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages: An Introduction (Language: English)
Robert E. Bjork, Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe
Paper 1512-b: The Incunabula Short-Title Catalogue (ISTC) as Database and Resource for Scholars (Language: English)
John Goldfinch, The British Library
Respondent: Simon Forde

Session: 1513
Title: THE PAPAL COURT AS A CENTRE OF COMMUNICATION IN THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD (EARLY 14TH -15TH CENTURIES)
Sponsor: Department of History, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Organiser: Martina Hacke, Department of History, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Moderator: Elke Freifrau von Boeselager, Department of History, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 1513-a: 'Fiat ut petitur pro omnibus': Rotuli of Petitions and Groups of Petitioners in the 14th and 15th Centuries (Language: English)
Ulrich Schwarz, Niedersächsisches Staatsarchiv, Wolfenbüttel
Paper 1513-b: The Communication between the University of Paris and the Pope: The 'nuntii rotulorum' (Language: English)
Martina Hacke
Paper 1513-c: Information Transfer between the Reich and the Papal Court Concerning Provisions (Language: English)
Elke Freifrau von Boeselager
Paper 1513-d: Pope and Legate: The Communication between Innocent VI and Aegidius Albornoz (Language: English)
Stefan Weiß, Department of History, Universität Augsburg

Session: 1514
Title: THE CISTERCIAN USE OF IMAGES IN THE BALTIC REGION
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 1514-a: The Adoration of Christ, the Virgin Mary and the Saints in Cistercian Abbeys in the Southern Baltic Area (Language: English)
Christine Kratzke, Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum für Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig
Paper 1514-b: The Depiction of the Virgin Mary in Cistercian Houses in the North of Germany in the Context of the 'Kunstlandschaft' (Language: English)
Gisbert Porstmann, Independent Scholar, Berlin
Paper 1514-c: Seals from the Cistercian Monasteries in the Baltic Area: Function and Image (Language: English)
Jens Rueffer, Department of Aesthetics, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin

Session: 1515
Title: MONEY AND TAXATION IN BRITAIN AND ICELAND
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Jens Ulff-Møller, Department of Film Studies, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1515-a: Accounting and Land Taxation in Iceland (Language: English)
Jens Ulff-Møller
Paper 1515-b: Salt and Taxes: A Reassessment of the 1086 Domesday Terminology (Language: English)
Beatrice Hopkinson
Paper 1515-c: The Wine Assize in England at a Time of Crisis (1189-1210) (Language: English)
Burak Demir, Department of History, Bilkent University, Ankara
Paper 1515-d: The Fiduciary Element in the Issue of English Silver Coins in the Late 10th and Early 11th Centuries (Language: English)
Ian Howard, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester

Session: 1516
Title: COMMENTARY ON THE LITURGY IN CHRISTIAN AND JEWISH TRADITIONS
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 1516-a: Hugh of St Victor's View of Liturgical Symbolism (Language: English)
Anko Ypenga, Department of Medieval Studies, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1516-b: Medieval Hebrew Commentaries on Hebrew Liturgical Poetry: A Tentative Taxonomy (Language: English)
Elisabeth Hollender, Gerhard-Mercator-Universität GH Duisburg
Paper 1516-c: Liturgical Commentary in Latin Glosses on the Office Hymns (Language: English)
Susan Boynton

Session: 1517
Title: ROMANESQUE AND GOTHIC SCULPTURE AND ICONOGRAPHY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Leslie Bussis Tait, Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, New York
Paper 1517-a: Heretics at the Last Supper: St Paul's Story at Notre Dame, Saintes (Language: English)
Virginia Stotz, Department of Fine Arts, Kean University, Union, New Jersey
Paper 1517-b: Depictions of the Nude on Romanesque Churches (Language: English)
Janetta Rebold Benton, Pace University, Pleasantville, New York
Paper 1517-c: Kings of Judah? Kings of England? The West Facade of Exeter Cathedral and a Lost Guide Book (Language: English)
Dirk Th. Ollmann, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge

Session: 1518
Title: PARISH CHURCHES: ART AND ARCHITECTURE I
Sponsor: Historic Buildings Research Unit, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Jennifer Alexander, School of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Jennifer Alexander
Paper 1518-a: Aspects of Patronage of the Parish Churches Associated with the Herefordshire School of Sculpture (Language: English)
Malcolm Thurlby, Department of Art History, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1518-b: The Parish Church of St Nicholas at Studland, Dorset (Language: English)
Karen Lundgren, Department of Art History, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1518-c: Sources for the Study of Visigothic 'Parochial' Sculpture (Language: English)
Maria P. Muñoz de Miguel, Independent Scholar, Zaragoza

Session: 1519
Title: REGIONAL IDENTITIES IN THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE
Organiser: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek
Paper 1519-a: Episcopal Identities: Bishops and the Formation of Regional Identity in Late Medieval North Germany (Language: English)
Oliver Plessow, Gradiertenkolleg 'Schriftkultur und Gesellschaft im Mittelalter, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1519-b: Charlemagne, Saxon Tradition and Westphalian Identity in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Marlies Baar, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1519-c: The Representation of Identities in Late Medieval German Town Historiography (Language: English)
Robert Stein, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden

Session: 1520
Title: THE LONG-HAIRED KINGS: THE IMAGE OF THE MEROVINGIANS THROUGH THE CENTURIES I
Organiser: Mariëlle Hageman, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, University of Haifa
Paper 1520-a: Holiness in Merovingian Liturgy (Language: English)
Els Rose, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1520-b: The Merovingians in Carolingian Sources (Language: English)
Mariëlle Hageman
Paper 1520-c: NEW The Merovingians Transformed into Forerunners of St Benedict: Aimoin of Fleury's Historia Francorum (Language: English)
Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1521
Title: GENDER AND EARLY MEDIEVAL SANCTITY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Carmel Bendon Davis, School of English, Linguistics and Media, Macquarie University, Sydney
Paper 1521-a: Mary of Egypt: A Westernised Saint (Language: English)
Patricia M. Newton, Department of French, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 1521-b: Holy Lay Women for the New Millenium (Language: English)
Mary S. Skinner, Empire State College, State University of New York, Corning
Paper 1521-c: Domestic Violence and Female Saints (Language: English)
Eve Salisbury, Department of English, State University of New York, Geneseo

Session: 1522
Title: SANCTITY AND POLITICS (C. 1200-1500) I
Sponsor: Hagiologia
Organiser: Paul Bertrand, F.N.R.S. Belge/Archives de l'État, Liège
Moderator: Paul Bertrand
Paper 1522-a: WITHDRAWN La construction d'une identité: Le culte des saints évêques d'Angers à la fin du Moyen Âge (Language: Français)
Jean-Michel Matz, School of Humanities, Université d'Angers

Paper 1522-b: 'Sub specie religionis': Pseudo-Sanctity as a First Step towards Power (Language: English)
Gilles Lecuppre, C.E.S.C.M. de Poitiers
Paper 1522-c: Madness, Gender and Power in Medieval Saints' Lives (Language: English)
Katrien Heene, Department of Romance Languages, Universiteit Gent

Session: 1523
Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF SANCTITY: TEXT AND IMAGE
Sponsor: Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei Culti e dell'Agiografia, Roma
Organiser: Roberto Rusconi, Department of History, Università degli Studi dell'Aquila
Moderator: Roberto Rusconi
Paper 1523-a: The Stigmata of St Margaret (Language: English)
Gábor Klaniczay, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1523-b: Relic Inventions in the Middle Ages: From Tale to Image (Language: English)
Genoveffa Palumbo, Istituto Universitario Orientale, Napoli
Paper 1523-c: Cults, Liturgy and Iconography in Siena in the Central Middle Ages (Language: English)
Raffaele Argenziano, Università di Siena

Session: 1524
Title: IN SEARCH OF AN IDEAL CHRISTIAN LIFE. FROM RATIONALISM TO MARTYRDOM: THE CASE OF MEDIEVAL CROATIA
Organiser: Zoran Ladic, Institute of History, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb
Moderator: Zoran Ladic
Paper 1524-a: St Gaudentius: Model of a Saint-Bishop in the time of Church Reform in the 11th Century (Language: English)
Zrinka Nikolic, Institute for Croatian History, University of Zagreb
Paper 1524-b: Blessed Augustin Kazotic: A Reformer of the Religious Life in 14th-Century Slavonia and Southern Italy (Language: English)
Marija Karbic, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Paper 1524-c: The Desire for Martyrdom of St Nicolas Tavelic: A Comparative Study of Christian-Muslim Relations in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Ivan Jurkovic, Faculty of Education, University of Rijeka

Session: 1525
Title: THE WHITBY ABBEY HEADLAND PROJECT
Sponsor: English Heritage
Organiser: Keith Emerick, English Heritage, Helmsley
Moderator: Jennie Stopford, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 1525-a: Why Whitby? Heritage Management on the Headland (Language: English)
Keith Emerick
Paper 1525-b: The Landscape of Whitby Headland (Language: English)
Peter Busby, Central Archaeology Service, English Heritage, Portsmouth
Paper 1525-c: Whitby Headland Project: The Archaeological Strategy (Language: English)
Dave Batchelor, Central Archaeology Service, English Heritage, Portsmouth


THURSDAY 15 JULY 1999: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 1601
Title: POPULAR POETRY IN OLD ENGLISH
Sponsor: Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Paul Cavill, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Paul Cavill
Paper 1601-a: The Old English Maxims as Popular Poetry (Language: English)
Paul Cavill
Paper 1601-b: The Poems of The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as Popular Poetry (Language: English)
Jayne Carroll, Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 1601-c: Points of View in Judith (Language: English)
Alison Powell, Queen's College, University of Cambridge

Session: 1603
Title: SUCCESS AND FUNCTION OF MENDICANT HISTORIOGRAPHICAL GENRES IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES (CA. 1350-1500)
Sponsor: 'Representatives, Fields and Forms of Pragmatic Written Record', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Organiser: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek
Paper 1603-a: Developments in Later Medieval Historiography (ca. 1350-1500) (Language: English)
Bert Roest, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1603-b: Flores temporum: The Geographical and Social Range of a Widely-Read Text (Language: English)
Regine Schweers, Sonderforschungsbereich 231 'Pragmatische Schriftlichkeit', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1603-c: Medieval Historiography in Its Context: The Flores temporum and the Contents of Their Manuscripts (Language: English)
Gudrun Tscherpel, Sonderforschungsbereich 231 'Pragmatische Schriftlichkeit', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster

Session: 1604
Title: TIME IN MEDIEVAL ART AND LITERATURE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Chris Humphrey, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Chris Humphrey
Paper 1604-a: Medieval Narration of Time in Lydgate's Historical Works (Language: English)
Karen Smyth, School of English, Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 1604-b: Midsummer and French Medieval Poetry (Language: English)
Sandra Billington, Department of Theatre, Film and Television, University of Glasgow
Paper 1604-c: The Word and the Flesh in the Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux (Language: English)
Jeremy Lowe, Department of English, University of Washington, Seattle

Session: 1605
Title: 500 YEARS OF CELESTINA II
Organisers: Louise M. Haywood, Department of Spanish, University of St Andrews and Connie L. Scarborough, Department of Romance Languages, University of Cincinnati, Ohio
Moderator: Louise M. Haywood
Paper 1605-a: Pármeno, Lazarillo and the novelas ejemplares (Language: English)
Dorothy S. Severin, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Liverpool
Paper 1605-b: Gold, Greed and Tragedy in Celestina (Language: English)
Connie L. Scarborough
Paper 1605-c: Saints and Sanctity in Celestina (Language: English)
Andrew Beresford, Department of Spanish and Italian, University of Durham

Session: 1606
Title: CONCILIAR THOUGHT IN 15TH-CENTURY POLAND
Sponsor: Medieval Studies Program, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Organiser: Paul W. Knoll, Department of History, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Moderator: Thomas Izbicki, Eisenhower Library, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 1606-a: The University Context of Conciliar Thought (Language: English)
Paul W. Knoll
Paper 1606-b: Jakob von Paradies und der polnische Konziliarismus (Language: Deutsch)
Thomas Wünsch, Department of History, Universität Konstanz
Paper 1606-c: Die philosophische und theologische Grundlagen der Konziliarismus in Polen (Language: Deutsch)
Mieczyslaw Markowski, Institute for Philosophy and Sociology, Polska Akademia Nauk, Warsaw

Session: 1607
Title: CHANGE OF IMAGES - IMAGERY OF CHANGE
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz
Paper 1607-a: Animals Foretelling Change (Language: English)
Elena Lemeneva, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1607-b: Changes in the Permissible? Sexual Imagery in Neidhart of Reuental, the 'Neidhartians' and Their Researchers (Language: English)
Astrid Reinecke, Department of History, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Paper 1607-c: The 'Scope' of Saints: Changing Perceptions in Miracle Records (Language: English)
Barbara Heller-Schuh, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems

Session: 1609
Title: LATE MEDIEVAL DRAMA: THEMES AND MOTIVES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Philip Butterworth, Bretton Hall, University of Leeds, Wakefield
Paper 1609-a: Saints and Ideology: The Chester Play of Pentecost (Language: English)
Tony Corbett, Department of English, University College, Cork
Paper 1609-b: Anticlericalism in German Shrove-tide Plays of the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Katja Scheel, Department of German, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 1609-c: Patrons and Travelling Companies in Warwickshire (Language: English)
Elza C. Tiner, Department of English, Lynchburg College, Virginia

Session: 1610
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL METALWORK II
Sponsor: Department of Antiquities, The Ulster Museum, Belfast
Organisers: Cormac Bourke, Department of Antiquities, Ulster Museum, Belfast and Niamh Whitfield
Moderator: Niamh Whitfield
Paper 1610-a: REPLACEMENT Designing the 'Tara' Brooch: The Underlying Geometry (Language: English)
Niamh Whitfield

Paper 1610-b: On the Construction and Use of Insular Tomb-Shaped Shrines (Language: English)
Cormac Bourke
Paper 1610-c: WITHDRAWN A Reassessment of Insular Metalwork from the Pagan Norse Graves in Scotland in the Light of Scientific and Stylistic Analyses (Language: English)
Caroline Paterson, Independent Scholar, Stirling

Session: 1611
Title: HEILIGE RITTER - RITTERLICHE HEILIGE II
Sponsors: Universität St. Gallen and Universität Salzburg
Organiser: Paola Schulze-Belli, Università degli Studi di Trieste
Moderator: Margarete Springeth, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1611-a: WITHDRAWN Christliche und ritterliche Tugenden im Armen Heinrich des Hartmann von Aue (Language: Deutsch)
Francesca Zanolin, Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Uomo, Università di Trieste

Paper 1611-b: Der Arme Heinrich als Hörspiel (mit Vorführung) (Language: Deutsch)
Ulrich Müller, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1611-c: From Hagiography to Romance: Saint Eustache and Guillaume d'Angleterre (Language: English)
Stefano Mula, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

Session: 1612
Title: THE COLLECTION OF EARLY PRINTED HEBREW BOOKS IN THE CENTRAL STATE ARCHIVES IN SOFIA
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1612-a: The History and Character of the Collection of Early Printed Hebrew Books in the Central State Archives at Sofia (Language: English)
Ivanka Jelezcheva Gezenko, Central State Archives, Sofia
Paper 1612-b: The Decoration of the Early Printed Hebrew Books in the Central State Archives at Sofia (Language: English)
Sasha Lozanova, Institute of Folklore, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia
Paper 1612-c: The Early Printed Hebrew Books from Thessaloniki in the Central State Archives at Sofia (Language: English)
Martin Yuda Koen, 'Shalom', Organisation of the Jews in Bulgaria, Sofia

Session: 1613
Title: LOLLARDY AND OTHER HETERODOXIES
Sponsor: The Lollard Society
Organiser: Jill C. Havens, Department of English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Moderator: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers, Saltaire
Paper 1613-a: Are All Lollards Lollards? (Language: English)
Andrew E Larsen, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Paper 1613-b: Clergy in the Archdiocese of Prague on the Eve of Hussite Revolution (Language: English)
Eva Dolezalová, Institute of History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague
Paper 1613-c: English Biblical Texts before Lollardy and Their Fate (Language: English)
Ralph Hanna, Keble College, University of Oxford

Session: 1614
Title: CISTERCIANS IN FRANCE AND PORTUGAL
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 1614-a: WITHDRAWN Le Portugal fut-il vassal de l'abbaye de Clairvaux? (Language: Français)
Laurent Veyssière, École nationale du patrimoine, Paris

Paper 1614-b: Construction and Reconstruction of Pontigny's Church (Language: English)
Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 1614-c: Le sanctuaire primitif de l'église abbatiale d'Alcobaça (Language: Français)
Virgolino Ferreira Jorge, Universidade de Évora

Session: 1615
Title: THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD: SOCIAL STRUCTURES AND URBAN LIFE
Sponsor: The University of Minho, Braga
Organiser: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Moderator: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Paper 1615-a: Urban Oligarchies and Capitular Organisation in Évora (1250-1350) (Language: English)
Filipe Themudo Barata, Department of History, University of Évora and Herminia Vilar, Department of History, University of Évora
Paper 1615-b: The Dignitaries and Canons of Braga: The Results of a Prosopographical Study (Language: English)
Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Paper 1615-c: Braga: The Cathedral and the City in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Maria Antonieta Costa, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Paper 1615-d: Urban Development and Administrative Function: The Case of Late Medieval Cagliari (Language: English)
Maria Bonaria Urban, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Session: 1616
Title: CIVIC AND ECCLESIASTICAL RITUAL
Organiser: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 1616-a: Civic and Episcopal Identity in Images of Mystery Plays and Their Performance (Language: English)
Laura Weigert, Independent Scholar, Paris
Paper 1616-b: Civic and Ecclesiastical Ritual at the Rededication of St Nizier in Lyon (Language: English)
Michael Powell, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Paper 1616-c: Pilgrim Devotions in Late Medieval Rome (Language: English)
Katharine Brophy Dubois, University of Michigan

Session: 1617
Title: REPRESENTING REGAL SANCTITY
Sponsor: International Hagiography Society
Organiser: Miriam Gill, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Moderator: Graham R. Jones, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Paper 1617-a: Motivations in Hagiography: Illustrations in the Vita Radegundis (Poitiers, Bibliothèque, MS 250) (Language: English)
Kristen Lund Olson, Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona
Paper 1617-b: The Image of Christ the King and Its Relationship to Royal Saints as Evidenced by English Romanesque Tympana (Language: English)
Duncan Givans, Department of History of Art, University of Warwick, Coventry
Paper 1617-c: The Representation of the Holy King in the Cults of St Kenelm, St Walstan and Henry VI (Language: English)
Miriam Gill

Session: 1618
Title: PARISH CHURCHES: ART AND ARCHITECTURE II
Sponsor: Historic Buildings Research Unit, University of Nottingham
Organiser: Jennifer Alexander, School of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Jennifer Alexander
Paper 1618-a: Churches as Castles: The Misuse of Religious Buildings during the Reign of Stephen (Language: English)
Sarah Speight, School of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham
Paper 1618-b: The Great Storm of 1362: The Spires That Fell (Language: English)
Gavin Simpson, Historic Buildings Research Unit, University of Nottingham
Paper 1618-c: Chancel Building in Nottinghamshire in the 14th Century and the One That Got Away (Language: English)
Jennifer Alexander

Session: 1619
Title: WAR AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN 14TH-CENTURY EUROPE
Sponsor: Department of History, University of Durham
Organiser: Leonard E. Scales, Department of History, University of Durham
Moderator: Michael Prestwich, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 1619-a: Wars, Labels and Stereotypes in 14th-Century Ireland (Language: English)
Robin Frame, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 1619-b: The Germans and 'Barbarian' Warfare in the 14th Century (Language: English)
Leonard E. Scales
Paper 1619-c: Scots and Marchers: National and Local Identities in Thomas Gray's Scalacronica (Language: English)
Andy King, Department of History, University of Durham

Session: 1620
Title: THE LONG-HAIRED KINGS: THE IMAGE OF THE MEROVINGIANS THROUGH THE CENTURIES II
Organiser: Mariëlle Hageman, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1620-b: The Merovingians in 12th-Century Historiography (Language: English)
Nico Lettinck, Christelijke Hogeschool Windesheim, Zwolle
Paper 1620-c: Merovingians in the 19th Century: Merovingian Paintings by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema (1836-1912) (Language: English)
Robert Verhoogt, Department of Art History, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Respondent: Rosamond McKitterick, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge

Session: 1621
Title: SANCTITY, REPRESENTATION AND PATRONAGE IN THE EARLY MEDIEVAL WEST
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Kate Cooper, Department of Religions and Theology, University of Manchester
Paper 1621-a: A Saintly Spin Doctor: Clement I and the Representation of Late Antique Episcopal Authority (Language: English)
Kristina M. Sessa, Department of History, University of California, Berkeley
Paper 1621-b: Hagiography and Romance in the 4th Century: Apollonius of Tyre and Martin of Tours (Language: English)
William Robins, Department of English, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1621-c: The Patrocinii of the Roman Churches during the First Millenium: Development, Conditions and Composition (Language: English)
Michael Jost, Department of History, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main

Session: 1622
Title: SANCTITY AND POLITICS (C. 1200-1500) II
Sponsor: Hagiologia
Organiser: Paul Bertrand, F.N.R.S. Belge/Archives de l'État, Liège
Moderator: Paul Bertrand
Paper 1622-a: The Politics of Canonisation: A Scandinavian Case (Language: English)
Christian Krötzl, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto
Paper 1622-b: WITHDRAWN Un saint pèlerin dans le Piémont de la fin du XVe siècle (Language: Français)
Laura Gaffuri, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Torino

Paper 1622-c: Catherine de Bologne de la mort (1463) à la canonisation (1712): L'évolution d'un modèle (Language: Français)
Serena Spano-Martinelli, Independent Scholar, Rome

Session: 1623
Title: SAINTS' LIVES IN EARLY PRINTED BOOKS
Organiser: Lucy Lewis, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Moderator: Lucy Lewis
Paper 1623-a: The Genesis of Caxton's 1483 Edition of The Golden Legend (Language: English)
Lucy Lewis
Paper 1623-b: The Audience of Wynkyn de Worde's Vitas Patrum (Language: English)
Caroline Cole, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 1623-c: Saints' Lives in the Festial: From Mirk to Caxton (Language: English)
Susan Powell, Department of English, University of Salford

Session: 1624
Title: SAINTS IN THE LOCALITY
Sponsor: Victoria County History of England
Organiser: Nigel Tringham, Department of History, University of Keele/Victoria County History of Staffordshire, Stafford
Moderator: Nigel Tringham
Paper 1624-a: Church Dedications in the Archdeacony of Colchester, Essex (Language: English)
Janet Cooper, Victoria County History of Essex, Chelmsford
Paper 1624-b: St Oswald at Evesham: An Embarassing Saint? (Language: English)
David Cox, Victoria County History of Shropshire, Shrewsbury/ Keele University
Paper 1624-c: St Edmund, St Peter, St Martin and the Conversion of the Danelaw (Language: English)
Lesley Abrams, Department of History and Welsh History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Session: 1625
Title: THREE HOLY WOMEN
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Isabel de la Cruz Cabanillas, Department of Modern Languages, University of Alcalá, Madrid
Paper 1625-a: Guglielma of Milan: Holy Woman or Holy Spirit? (Language: English)
Britt Istoft, Institute of the History of Religions, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1625-b: Julian of Norwich and the Novel (Language: English)
Judith Dale, Department of English, Victoria University, Wellington
Paper 1625-c: Inversions of Sanctity: Mary, the Devil, and the Angel (Language: English)
Margaret Mary Raftery, Department of English, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein