IMC 2000 - 10-13 July 2000

Congress Programme: IMC 2000

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NOTE: All entries highlighted in red are changes which have been received since the IMC 2000 Programme Book was printed.


MONDAY 10 JULY 2000: 09.30 - 10.30

Keynote Lecture: 001

Title: 'QUID EST TEMPUS?': THE SEAT OF MIND IS MEMORY (Language: English)
Speaker: Wesley M. Stevens, Department of History, University of Winnipeg, Manitoba
Introduction: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds There will be a video relay of the lecture to the adjacent Bramley Room.
Please note that admission to this event will be by ticket only: Tickets are free of charge and can be reserved through the Registration Form. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis. There will be three types of tickets: to the Lawnswood Room (main keynote lecture room), to the Bramley Room (video relay from Lawnswood Room), and reserve tickets. Reserve ticket holders are not guaranteed a space in one of the two lecture rooms. Unclaimed seats in the Lawnswood Room and the Bramley Room will be reallocated to holders of reserve tickets five minutes before the lecture is scheduled to begin.


MONDAY 10 JULY 2000: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 101
Title: THE THINGS OF THIS WORLD: ANGLO-SAXON ART, ARCHAEOLOGY AND TEXT
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 101-a: (Un)Common Objects in the Old English Riddles (Language: English)
Robert DiNapoli, University of Birmingham
Paper 101-b: Feet First: An Archaeological Investigation Using the Footwear of Northern Europe (Language: English)
Patricia Reid, Institute of Archaeology, University College, University of London
Paper 101-c: 'Sum searo cræftig goldes ond gimma...': The Art of the Anglo-Saxon Goldsmith (Language: English)
Elizabeth Coatsworth, Department of History of Art and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University

Session: 102
Title: THE REPAIR, ADAPTATION AND RESTORATION OF MANUSCRIPTS IN THE MIDDLE AGES AND EARLY MODERN TIMES
Sponsor: Association paléographique internationale: culture - écriture - société
Organiser: Benjamin Victor, Centre d'études classiques, Université de Montréal, Québec
Moderator: Benjamin Victor
Paper 102-a: Remaniements, restaurations et réfections de reliures à la Trinité de Vendôme avant 1530 (Language: Français)
Guy Lanoe, Department of Latin Paleography, Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes, Paris

Paper 102-b: Techniques of Medieval Restoration (Language: English)
Robert Fuchs, Fachhochschule Köln
Paper 102-c: Poggio, the Holkham Virgil and the Origins of Humanist Script (Language: English)
Albinia de la Mare, King's College, University of London

Session: 103
Title: ART AND TIME
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Virginia C. Raguin, Department of Visual Arts, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts
Paper 103-a: The Concept of Time in the Visualisations of the Three Orders (Language: English)
Tomislav Vignjevic, National Gallery of Slovenia, Ljubljana
Paper 103-b: The Ideas of Time and Eternity in the Art Structure of Russian Iconostas (Language: English)
Rostislav Novikov, The Andrei Rublev Museum of Early Russian Art, Moscow
Paper 103-c: God's Time: Purgatory and Temporality in Late Medieval Art (Language: English)
Robert Mills, Department of the History of Art, University of Cambridge

Session: 104
Title: SUMPTUOUS ARCHITECTURES FOR AN ETERNAL MEMORIAL: TRANSFORMING THE SPANISH CATHEDRALS INTO BURIAL SITES
Sponsor: Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
Organiser: Eduardo Carrero Santamaría, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Moderator: Daniel Rico Camps, Department of Art, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
Paper 104-a: Templo y necrópolis: La Seo del Salvador de Zaragoza al finalizar la Edad Media (Language: Español)
Santos M. Mateo Rusillo, Universitat de Barcelona

Paper 104-b: Considering the King's Will: The 13th-Century Cloister of Burgos Cathedral (Language: English)
Regine Abegg, Department of Art History, Universität Zürich
Paper 104-c: 'Per archiepiscopum et aliorum fidelium defunctorum': The Episcopal Funerary Chapels in the Iberian Peninsula (Language: English)
Eduardo Carrero Santamaría

Session: 105
Title: THE IMPACT OF THE PAPACY ON EUROPE FROM THE 11TH-13TH CENTURIES
Organiser: Douglas H. M. Carver, American Academy, Roma
Moderator: Christine Meek, Department of Medieval Studies, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 105-a: Hugh of Flavigny and the Gregorian Reform (Language: English)
Patrick Healy, Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 105-b: Empire and Papal Government during the Pontificate of Alexander III (Language: English)
John Walsh, Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 105-c: The Influence of Crown and Papacy in the Episcopal Elections of the Archdiocese of York in the Early 13th Century (Language: English)
Margaret Norton, Department of Medieval History, Trinity College, University of Dublin

Session: 106
Title: STRATEGIES OF INHERITANCE AND PEASANT HOUSEHOLDS: EXPLORING KENTISH SUB-CULTURES (C. 1200-1550)
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent at Canterbury
Organiser: Andrew Butcher, Department of History, Rutherford College, University of Kent at Canterbury
Moderator: Andrew Butcher
Paper 106-a: Customary Practices and the Transmission of Land and Skills in the Romney Marshes (c. 1190-1390) (Language: English)
Gill Draper, University of Kent at Canterbury
Paper 106-b: The Construction of Identities in the Process of Inheritance: The Roles of Material and Immaterial Property in a Small Market Town (Language: English)
Lynne Bowdon, University of Kent at Canterbury
Paper 106-c: Hooks, Nets and Boats: Sharing the Catch in Kentish Fishing Communities (Language: English)
Sheila Sweetinburgh, Department of History, University of Kent at Canterbury

NEW: Session: 107
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE I: LEONARD BOYLE AS PREFECT OF THE VATICAN LIBRARY AND HISTORIAN OF ROME
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: John Osborne, Department of History of Art, University of Victoria, British Columbia
Paper 107-a: Leonard Boyle's Projects for the Library (Language: English)
Christine Grafinger, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Roma
Paper 107-b: The Registers of the Avignon Popes (Language: English)
Patrick Zutshi, Cambridge University Library
Paper 107-c: The Roman Notaries' Archives as a Source for English Historians (Language: English)
Margaret Harvet, Department of History, University of Durham

Session: 108
Title: BASEL-BADEN-BRAUNSCHWEIG: ASPEKTE DES DEUTSCHEN SPÄTMITTELALTERS AM OBERRHEIN UND NIEDERSACHSEN
Organiser: Romy Günthart, Department of German, Universität Zürich
Moderator: Romy Günthart
Paper 108-a: Der Landpfarrer zwischen Bischof und Gemeinde: Der niedere Klerus im Bistum Konstanz (Language: Deutsch)
Sabine Arend, Diplomatischer Apparat, Universität Göttingen
Paper 108-b: Das Rathaus in der Braunschweiger Altstadt: Funktion-Baugeschichte-Figürlicher Schmuck (Language: Deutsch)
Matthias Ohm, Institut für historische Landesforschung, Universität Göttingen
Paper 108-c: Wer las die sogenannten Volksbücher? Die zeitgenössische Rezeption deutschsprachiger Erzählliteratur am Beispiel früher Basler Drucke (Language: Deutsch)
Romy Günthart

Session: 109
Title: 'SCIANT PRESENTES ET FUTURI' - BUT WHAT? SOME QUESTIONS ON MEDIEVAL CHARTERS
Sponsor: Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Organiser: Herwig Weigl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 109-a: Why Royal Charters? A Look at the Backstage (Language: English)
Brigitte Merta, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 109-b: Country 'Clerici' and the Composition of English 12th- and 13th-Century Private Charters (Language: English)
David Postles, Department of English Local History, University of Leicester
Paper 109-c: Truthful Testimonies? What Late Medieval Austrian Private Charters Do Not Tell (Language: English)
Herwig Weigl

Session: 110
Title: ETERNAL MATERNITY
Session withdrawn. Paper 110-b: Birth into Eternity: Birth Metaphors in Julian of Norwich's Book of Showings (Language: English)
Jennifer Wynne Hellwarth
moved to session 210

Session: 111
Title: SANCTITY AND SAINTHOOD IN THE EASTERN TRADITION
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Michel Kaplan, Department of History, Université de Paris I, Sorbonne
Paper 111-a: A Byzantine Understanding of Time and Tradition: 'Paradosis' in St Symeon the New Theologian (Language: English)
Hannah Hunt, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 111-b: The Warrior and the Saint: The Image of Alexander Nevskiy According to Russian Medieval Hagiographies (Language: English)
Mari Mäki-Petäys, Department of History, University of Oulu
Paper 111-c: Sleep of Souls and Cults of Saints in Byzantine Christianity (Language: English)
Jaehyun Kim, Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey

Session: 112
Title: HENRY I: THE NOVOCENTENARY OF HIS SUCCESSION I
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: John Hudson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Judith Green, School of Modern History, The Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 112-a: History, Prophecy and Henry I (Language: English)
Judith Green
Paper 112-b: The Norman Aristocracy in the Reign of Henry I (Language: English)
Daniel Power, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Paper 112-c: The Anglo-Norman Civil War of 1101 Reconsidered (Language: English)
Neil Strevett, Department of History, University of Glasgow

Session: 113
Title: CONTINENTAL DRAMA
Organiser: Elsa Strietman, New Hall, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Elsa Strietman
Paper 113-a: Fables and Folktales in Gil Vicente's Auto de Mofina Mendes (Language: English)
Manuela Maria Carvalho, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 113-b: Franciscan Iconography in Medieval Drama in Italy, France, Germany and England (Language: English)
Anton Touber, Department of German, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 113-c: Finland: A Winter Passion (Language: English)
Lynette R. Muir, Department of French, University of Leeds

Session: 114
Title: ARTHUR/ARTUS IN DER LITERATUR NACH 1500
Sponsor: Universität Salzburg
Organisers: Siegrid Schmidt, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Margarete Springeth, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Moderator: Siegrid Schmidt
Paper 114-a: 'Wie meine Mutter so warm und so suess': Simon Werles Parabel Parzival (1999) - Zwischen Inzest, Buddhismus und Thunderbird (Language: Deutsch/English)
Otfrid Ehrismann, Institute of German Language and Medieval Literature, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Gießen
Paper 114-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 114-c: 'Der Schimpf soll nun auch allen seyn': Der treulose Artus in Des Knaben Wunderhorn (Language: Deutsch/English)
Rüdiger Krohn, Department of German, Technische Universität Chemnitz

Session: 115
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MEDIEVAL WEST I: MANUSCRIPTS
Organiser: Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Mayke de Jong, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 115-a: Grammars of Compilation in Frankish Historiography (Language: English)
Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 115-b: The Making of the Annals of Fulda (Language: English)
Richard Corradini, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 115-c: Priests and Frankish Identity (Language: English)
Rob Meens

Session: 116
Title: THOMAS HOCCLEVE
Sponsors: School of English and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Catherine Batt, School of English/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Catherine Batt
Paper 116-a: Scribes, Translator(s), Author(s): A Selection of Readings from the Minor Poems (Language: English)
Roger Ellis, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 116-b: Pounding the Pavement: Hoccleve and Urban Space (Language: English)
Ethan Knapp, Department of English, Ohio State University, Columbus
Paper 116-c: Hoccleve and Orthodoxy (Language: English)
Catherine Batt

Session: 117
Title: ENGLISH INVENTIONS OF THE DIVINE: IMAGINING THE THEOLOGICAL VERNACULAR
Sponsor: School of English, University of St Andrews
Organiser: Ian Johnson, School of English, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Alastair Minnis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 117-a: What Theology? What Vernacular? Holy English Texts and Contexts in the Later Medieval Period (Language: English)
Ian Johnson
Paper 117-b: Gower and Discourses of the Divine (Language: English)
Nicola Chatten, School of English, University of St Andrews
Paper 117-c: The Construction of God and the Theology of Fear in the Pearl-Poet (Language: English)
Eric Johnson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 118
Title: JEWISH CONCEPTS OF TIME IN THE MIDDLE AGES I
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 118-a: Calendar Change and Early Rabbinic Concepts of Time (Language: English)
Sacha Stern, London School of Jewish Studies
Paper 118-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 118-c: Albiruni's Hebrew Calendar Enigmas (Language: English)
Remy Landau, Independent Scholar, Downsview, Ontario

Session: 119
Title: NEGOTIATING TIME: CYCLICAL AND LINEAR STRUCTURES IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
Sponsor: University College, Dublin
Organiser: Philippa J. Semper, Department of Old and Middle English, University College, Dublin
Moderator: Karen Hodder, Department of English, University of York
Paper 119-a: Going Round in Circles? Time in the Old English Apollonius of Tyre (Language: English)
Philippa J. Semper
Paper 119-b: Chrétien de Troyes' Use of Time in the Classical Romance of Cligés (Language: English)
Michelle Sweeney, Department of Old and Middle English, University College, Dublin
Paper 119-c: Narrative and Time in Thomas Chestre's Sir Launfal (Language: English)
Carol O'Toole, Department of Old and Middle English, University College, Dublin

Session: 120
Title: MEDIEVAL POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND THE CONCEPT OF TIME
Sponsor: Politica: Society for the Study of Medieval Political Thought
Organiser: Gerson Moreno-Riano, Department of Social Sciences and History, Cedarville College, Ohio
Moderator: Frank Godthardt, Universität Hamburg
Paper 120-a: The Use of History by 14th-Century Jurists (Language: English)
Joseph Canning, School of History, University of Wales, Bangor
Paper 120-b: The Use of History by Marsilius of Padua (Language: English)
Frank Godthardt

Paper 120-c: Marsilius of Padua's Argument from Time (Language: English)
Gerson Moreno-Riano

Session: 121
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL NORTH AFRICA I: THE VANDALS AND BEYOND
Organiser: Mark Allen Handley, Department of History, University College, University of London
Moderator: Mark Allen Handley
Paper 121-a: Another Look at the Settlement of the Vandals in North Africa (Language: English)
Andreas Schwarcz, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 121-b: People, Tribe and State: The Pre-Saharan Zone in the Early Medieval Era (Language: English)
Alan Rushworth, Department of Archaeology, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Paper 121-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 122
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: LANDSCAPE, ENVIRONMENT AND SETTLEMENT MORPHOLOGY I
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Dirk Meier
Paper 122-a: Medieval Settlement and Landscape in the Netherlands (Language: English)
Guus J. Borger, Institute for Social Geography, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 122-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 122-c: Development of the Medieval Settlement Pattern and Landscape on the Coast of Flanders (900-1500): Integrated Historical Research and Archaeological Survey (Language: English)
Dries Tys, F.W.O Vlaanderen/Vrije Universiteit, Brussel

Session: 123
Title: CISTERCIAN EXPANSION
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 123-a: Saint Bernard in Spain (Language: English)
Christopher J. Holdsworth, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Exeter
Paper 123-b: The Expansion of the Cistercian Order between the Rhine and the Elbe (Language: English)
Klaus Wollenberg, Department of Economics, University of Applied Sciences, München
Paper 123-c: Un siècle de recherches sur le monachisme féminin en milieu cistercien: Bilan et perspectives (Language: Français)
Marie-Élisabeth Henneau, Department of History, Université de Liège


MONDAY 10 JULY 2000: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 201
Title: 'BEHIONAN HUMBRE' AND FROM OVER THE WATER: THE STUDY OF OLD ENGLISH
Organiser: Christina Lee, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 201-a: The Cwic and the Dead (Language: English)
Christina Lee
Paper 201-b: Separate from Superstition: The Efficacious Healing Remedies in the Lacnunga (Language: English)
Susan Perry, DeVry Institute of Technology, Irving, Texas
Paper 201-c: Cambridge University Library MS. Ii.1.33: A Case Study (Language: English)
Oliver Traxel, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge

Session: 202
Title: BYZANTINE TEXTS: MANUSCRIPT, PRINT AND BEYOND
Sponsor: Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London
Organiser: Jonathan Harris, Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: John Davis, University of Ioannina
Paper 202-a: Manuel II Palaeologus (1391-1425) on the Study of Theology (Language: English)
Charalambos Dendrinos, Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 202-b: The Luxueil Connection: The Transmission of the vita of Julian and Basilissa (Language: English)
Anne Alwis, Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek, King's College, University of London
Paper 202-c: Byzantine Texts and their Place on the Net: A Bonus for the Community? (Language: English)
P. Antonopoulos, Department of History, University of Ioannina

Session: 203
Title: EASTERN EUROPEAN ART: DESIGN AND ICONOGRAPHY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Danielle Johnson, Wells College, Paris
Paper 203-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 203-b: Two Characteristic Motifs in Pre-Romanesque Sculpture in Dalmatia (Language: English)
Daniela Matetic, Research Project 'Cultural Heritage of Early Croatian Dalmatia', Split
Paper 203-c: Les statues-reliquaires en argent du Xvème siècle en Pologne et les rapports avec la sculpture des retables (Language: Français)
Kinga Naliwajek, University of Torun

Session: 204
Title: ARCHITECTURAL SPACE AS TIME
Organiser: Virginia C. Raguin, Department of Visual Arts, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts
Moderator: Virginia C. Raguin
Paper 204-a: The Timeless Space of Cloistered Devotions at Saint-Jean-aux-Bois (Language: English)
Patricia Pongracz, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Paper 204-b: The Evocation of Time in Tribune Gallery Architecture (Language: English)
Cynthia Abbott, Department of Art and Art History, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts
Paper 204-c: Architecture as Time in the Book of Margery Kempe (Language: English)
Virginia C. Raguin

Session: 205
Title: THE PAPACY AND THE LOCAL CHURCHES IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
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 205-a: The Road to a Canonry in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Andreas Meyer
Paper 205-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 205-c: The Papacy and the Northern Saints (Language: English)
Christian Krötzl, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto

Session: 206
Title: MEDIEVAL PEASANTS: ANY NEWS? PEASANTS, SOKEMEN AND FARMERS IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLAND AND THE NETHERLANDS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Chris Dyer, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 206-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 206-b: Sokemen of Ancient Demesne: A Contentious Group in Medieval English Society? (Language: English)
Vanessa McLoughlin, University of Leicester
Paper 206-c: From Peasants to Farmers: The Transition of the Countryside in the Dutch River Area (14th-16th Centuries) (Language: English)
B. J .P. van Bavel, Department of History, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Respondent: Chris Dyer

Session: 207
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE I: LEONARD BOYLE AS PREFECT OF THE VATICAN LIBRARY AND HISTORIAN OF ROME
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: Christopher Egger, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 207-a: Leonard Boyle and the Lower Church of San Clemente in Rome (Language: English)
John Osborne
Paper 207-b: A New Look at the Apse Mosaic of San Clemente in Rome (Language: English)
Joan Barclay-Lloyd, Department of Art History, La Trobe University, Melbourne
Paper 207-c: The Appearance of the Motif of the 'Virgo Glykophilousa' in Western Manuscripts and the 'Mater Vidua' of San Clemente of Rome (Language: English)
Isabelle Engammare, Department of Art History, Université de Genève

Session: 208
Title: HISTORY OF DAILY LIFE AND ITS NETWORKS OF ANALYSIS
Sponsor: Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Helmut Hundsbichler, Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Paper 208-a: Coping with the Varieties of Texts (Language: English)
Gerhard Jaritz
Paper 208-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 208-c: Between Dirt and Dust: Putting Archaeological Evidence into Place (Language: English)
Annemarieke Willemsen, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden

Session: 209
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL CHARTER STUDIES I: LAND, IDENTITY AND IDENTIFICATION
Sponsor: Early Medieval Charter Group, University of York
Organisers: Hannah Collingridge, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and Jennifer MacDonald, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Matthew J. Innes, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 209-a: Identity and Identification in the St Gall Charters (Language: English)
Katherine Bullimore, Department of History, University of York
Paper 209-b: Land and Territorial Organisation in Anglo-Saxon Devon (Language: English)
Charles Insley, Victoria County History Northamptonshire/University College, Northampton
Paper 209-c: Further beyond the Bounds: The Identification of Land in the Worcester Leases (Language: English)
Hannah Collingridge

Session: 210
Title: FEMALE FIGURES OF PROPHECY
Organiser: Bettina Spoerri, Department of German, Universität Zürich
Moderator: Helmut Dworschak, Department of German Studies, Universität Zürich
Paper 210-a: The Symbolic Character of Transition in the German Sibylline Prophecy (Language: English)
Helmut Dworschak

Paper 210-b: Women's Prophecies and Politics: The Case of Cäcilia Bergmann im Müsli (Language: English)
Fabian Brändle, Department of History, Universität Basel
Paper 210-c: 'Ein saelig lutsaelig end': Visions of Heaven in Convent Chronicles of the 15th Century (Language: English)
Salome Flühler, Department of German, Universität Zürich
Moved from session 110: Paper 210-d: Birth into Eternity: Birth Metaphors in Julian of Norwich's Book of Showings (Language: English)
Jennifer Wynne Hellwarth, Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara

Session: 211
Title: SANCTITY AND SAINTHOOD IN THE MEDIEVAL WEST
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Jaehyun Kim, Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey
Paper 211-a: The Count's One Body: Struggles Around the Corpse of Charles of Flanders (Language: English)
Jennifer Welsh, Medieval Studies Program, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Paper 211-b: Saint Anne as a Women's Patron in the Late Medieval North (Language: English)
Virginia Nixon, Liberal Arts College, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec
Paper 211-c: 'Riddar sancte orrian': The Cult of St George in Late Medieval Sweden (Language: English)
Tracey R. Sands

Session: 212
Title: HENRY I: THE NOVOCENTENARY OF HIS SUCCESSION II
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 212-a: Order or Chaos in the Charters of Henry I? (Language: English)
Richard Sharpe, Faculty of Modern History, University of Oxford
Paper 212-b: Affairs of State: The Illegitimate Children of Henry I (Language: English)
Kathleen Thompson, Sheffield Hallam University
Paper 212-c: Henry I and the Norman Benedictine Abbots (Language: English)
Véronique Gazeau, Université de Caen

Session: 213
Title: THE PLAYS OF YORK AND NORTHERN SPIRITUALITY
Organiser: Alexandra F. Johnston, Department of English, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Alexandra F. Johnston
Paper 213-a: Pastoralia and the York Plays (Language: English)
Susan Powell, Department of English, University of Salford
Paper 213-b: The Efficacy of Passion Devotion (Language: English)
Laurelle LeVert, St Michael's College, University of Toronto
Paper 213-c: The York Cycle and Festive Liturgy (Language: English)
Pamela King, Department of English, University College of St Martin, Lancaster
Respondent: Margaret Rogerson, Department of English, University of Sydney

Session: 214
Title: 'MEA CULPA': TEMPTATION AND SIN IN THE MEDIEVAL WEST
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Michael R. Evans, Department of History, Christ Church University College, Canterbury
Paper 214-a: Rape as Metaphor in 1381 (Language: English)
Sylvia Federico, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 214-b: Like Lambs to the Slaughter: Improvising Murder in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Jeff Rider, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Paper 214-c: Justifying Deaths: The Chronicler Pierre Des Vaux de Cernay and the Massacre of Béziers (22 July 1209) (Language: English)
Elaine Graham-Leigh, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

Session: 215
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MEDIEVAL WEST II: IDEOLOGY
Organisers: Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht and Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 215-a: The Ideology of Identity in Early Medieval Ireland (Language: English)
Bart Jaski, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 215-b: Bishops, Priests and Frankish Identity (Language: English)
Carine van Rhijn, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 215-c: The Vita Ædwardi and the Formation of English Identity in the 11th Century (Language: English)
Elizabeth Tyler, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 216
Title: NOTHING, NOWHERE, NOBODY: REPRESENTATIONS OF WILDERNESS AND ABSENCE IN 15TH-CENTURY TEXTS
Organiser: Alfred Hiatt, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: W. James Simpson, Girton College, University of Cambridge
Paper 216-a: Reading in the Wilderness: The Desert of Religion (Language: English)
Jessica C. Brantley, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 216-b: Making Something out of Nothing, Somebody out of Nobody in the Writing of Thomas Hoccleve (Language: English)
Nicholas Perkins, St Hugh's College, University of Oxford
Paper 216-c: Beyond the Torrid Zone: Mapping the Unknown Southern Continent (Language: English)
Alfred Hiatt

Session: 217
Title: RHETORIC AND THE ENCYCLOPAEDIC TRADITION IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Disputatio: An International Transdisciplinary Journal of the Late Middle Ages
Organiser: Carol Poster, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman
Moderator: Carol Poster
Paper 217-a: The Politics of Rhetoric in the English Reformation (Language: English)
Dakota Hamilton, Department of English, Humbolt State University, Arcata, California
Paper 217-b: A Medieval Rhetoric of Visual Imagery: Homiletics as a Tool for Understanding a Bible Moralisée, MS. Bodley 270b (Language: English)
Chris Scruton, Department of Rhetoric, University of Minnesota, St Paul
Paper 217-c: Chivalry and Rhetoric in Chaucer's Squire's Tale (Language: English)
Denise Stodola, Department of English, University of Missouri, Columbia
NEW: Paper 217-d: 'Beth ware of swich a jape!': The Rhethoric of Story-Telling in The Canterbury Tales (Language: English)
Ann Dobyns, Department of English, University of Denver, Colorado

Session: 218
Title: JEWISH CONCEPTS OF TIME IN THE MIDDLE AGES II
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 218-a: Temporality and Trans-Temporality in Ephraim of Bonn's Account of the Blois Incident (Language: English)
Joshua Levy, New York University
Paper 218-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 218-c: Prophecy and Redemption: Messianic Expectation in Nahmanides' Sefer ha-Ge'ulah (Language: English)
Nina Caputo, Department of History, Florida International University, Miami

Session: 219
Title: TIME IN VISION AND ROMANCE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Durham
Organiser: Neil Thomas, Department of German, University of Durham
Moderator: Neil Thomas
Paper 219-a: Arthurian Chronology in Diu Crône (Language: English)
Neil Thomas
Paper 219-b: The Passage of Time in Malory's Morte Darthur (Language: English)
Corinne Saunders, Department of English, University of Durham
Paper 219-c: The Modulation of Time in the Visions of Mechthild von Magdeburg (Language: English)
Elizabeth A. Andersen, Department of German, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Session: 220
Title: RECKONING DAYS IN THE DAYS OF RECKONING: PERCEPTIONS OF TIME AT THE END OF THE FIRST MILLENNIUM
Organiser: Aaron J. Kleist, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Joanna Story, Department of History, University of Leicester
Paper 220-a: 'For a Thousand Years are as a Day': Perceptions of Time in Anglo-Saxon and Carolingian Psalter Commentary (Language: English)
Sidney Tibbetts, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 220-b: The Influence of Bede's De temporum ratione on Aelfric's Understanding of Man's Place in Time (Language: English)
Aaron J. Kleist
Paper 220-c: Fleeing God and Time: Exodus 169a and a Homiletic Judgement Day Motif (Language: English)
Manish Sharma, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge

Session: 221
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL NORTH AFRICA II: THE AFRICAN CHURCH
Organiser: Mark Allen Handley, Department of History, University College, University of London
Moderator: Mark Allen Handley
Paper 221-a: From Donatist Opposition to Byzantine Loyalism: Archaeology and the Role of the North African Martyr (350-650) (Language: English)
W. H. C. Frend, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge/University of Glasgow
Paper 221-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 221-c: The Collapse of the Collegial Church: North African Christianity on the Eve of Islam (Language: English)
Maureen A. Tilley, Department of Religious Studies, University of Dayton, Ohio

Session: 222
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: LANDSCAPE, ENVIRONMENT AND SETTLEMENT MORPHOLOGY II
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Christopher Loveluck
Paper 222-a: Early Medieval Settlement Sites in Coastal Flanders (Language: English)
Yann Hollevoet, Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium, Asse
Paper 222-b: The Medieval Fishing Settlement at Raversijde, Flanders (Language: English)
Marnix Pieters, Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium, Asse
Paper 222-c: Phases in the Topographical Development of Early Medieval Villages in the Southern Netherlands (circa 500-1000) (Langauge: English)
Frans Theuws, Amsterdam Archaeological Centre, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Session: 223
Title: PUTTING BACK THE PIECES: RECONSTITUTING CISTERCIAN ABBEYS AND LANDS
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 223-a: Jervaulx Abbey: A Reconstruction of the Church (Language: English)
Stuart A. Harrison, Ryedale Archaeology Service
Paper 223-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 223-c: Antiquarian Pioneer John Buckler and the Cistercians in England (Language: English)
Peter Fergusson, Department of Art, Wellesley College, Massachusetts


MONDAY 10 JULY 2000: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 301
Title: 'GROPING IN THE DARK AGES': THE SEARCH FOR THE ANGLO-SAXON BODY
Organiser: Victoria Thompson, Department of English, University of York
Moderator: Edward James, Department of History, University of Reading
Paper 301-a: Embodying the Anglo-Saxons in the Migration Period (Language: English)
Simon Trafford, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 301-b: 'Strange Creatures': Masculinity in the Exeter Book Riddles (Language: English)
Claire Healey, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 301-c: Execution to Mutilation: The Changing Face of Punishment in the 10th and 11th Centuries (Language: English)
Victoria Thompson, Department of English, University of York

Session: 302
Title: LOOKING AT MANUSCRIPTS: A MULTIMEDIA APPROACH
Organiser: Jeremy Lowe, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Míceál Vaughan, University of Washington, Seattle
Paper 302-a: Scribal and Ornamental Campaigns in the Auchinleck MS (Advocates MS 19.2.1) (Language: English)
Míceál Vaughan
Paper 302-b: The Eyes Have it: Acts of Looking in Douce 104 (Language: English)
Jeremy Lowe
Paper 302-c: The Student as Scribe: Teaching the Culture of Manuscripts (Language: English)
Sean Taylor, Hamilton College, New York

Session: 303
Title: ISSUES IN ICONOGRAPHY: ROMANESQUE AND GOTHIC
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Janet Robson, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 303-a: Transformations from the Verbal to the Visual: Artistic Representations of Mystic Marriage (Language: English)
Carolyn D. Muir, Department of Fine Arts, University of Hong Kong
Paper 303-b: Mary as the Mercy Seat: The Refectory Painting in Lavaudieu (Language: English)
Irene Kabala, Department of Art History, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 303-c: King Solomon in Bed: In Reims Cathedral and Elsewhere (Language: English)
Meredith Lillich, Department of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, New York

Session: 306
Title: AUTHORS AND SUBJECTS: FEMALE SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Guyda Armstrong, Department of Italian, University of Leeds
Paper 306-a: Auditor to Auteur: Marie de France and the Square of Opposition (Language: English)
Nancy Bradley-Cromey, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Richmond, Virginia
Paper 306-b: Christine de Pizan and Gilles de Romme: Reshaping Texts and Princes (Language: English)
Judith Laird
Paper 306-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 307
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE III: THE EDUCATION OF THE RELIGIOUS
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: Lesley Smith, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford
Paper 307-a: Innocent III in English Monastic Libraries (Language: English)
Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 307-b: The Poetria Nova and the Dominicans (Language: English)
Marjorie Curry Woods, Department of English, University of Texas, Austin
Paper 307-c: The Formation of the Medieval Friar: A Study of Dominican and Carmelite Practice (Language: English)
Richard Copsey O. Carm., University of Aberdeen

Session: 308
Title: DAILY LIFE AND SOCIAL CONTROL
Sponsor: Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz
Paper 308-a: Social Groups in Urban Custom and Law (Language: English)
Käthe Sonnleitner, Department of History, Universität Graz
Paper 308-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 308-c: Images as Media of Social Control in Late Medieval Daily Life (Language: English)
Lucas Burkart, Department of History, Universität Basel

Session: 309
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL CHARTER STUDIES II: COMPOSITION, USES AND SURVIVALS
Sponsor: Early Medieval Charter Group, University of York
Organiser: Jennifer MacDonald, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Catherine Cubitt, Department of History, University of York
Paper 309-a: Imperial Ideology in the Charters of Charles the Fat (Language: English)
Simon MacLean, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 309-b: '...for gode and for worulde...': Why Make a Will in Late Anglo-Saxon England? (Language: English)
Linda Tollerton Hall, Department of History, University of York
Paper 309-c: What Happened to Non-Royal Charters in England between 1066 and 1086? (Language: English)
Julia Barrow, Department of History, University of Nottingham

Session: 310
Title: POPES, POETS AND WOMEN: PERCEPTIONS OF GENDER RELATIONSHIPS (1150-1300)
Sponsor: Chester College of Higher Education
Organiser: John Doran, Department of History, Chester College of Higher Education
Moderator: Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 310-a: Constructions of the Pope in Women's Letters (1150-1200) (Language: English)
John Doran
Paper 310-b: 'Hortus conclusus': The Virgin Mary, Innocent III and the Ordinary Woman (Language: English)
Constance M. Rousseau, Department of History, Providence College, Rhode Island
Paper 310-c: Dante's Dreams and Dante's Women: Image and Text (Language: English)
Margaret A. Jackson, Department of History, Chester College of Higher Education

Session: 311
Title: CALCULATION IN CONTEXT
Organiser: Jens Ulff-Møller, Department of Film and Media Studies, Københavns Universitet
Moderator: Gregg De Young, Department of Science, American University, Cairo
Paper 311-a: Old Norse Chronology in Alfraedi Izlensk, Rimtol (Language: English)
Jens Ulff-Møller
Paper 311-b: Mathematics: Between Time and Eternity (Language: English)
Edgar Laird, Department of English, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos
Paper 311-c: The Long Hundred in Late Medieval English Administrative Records (Language: English)
Randall Storey, University of Reading

Session: 312
Title: OUR FRIENDS IN THE NORTH: HENRY I'S SCOTTISH KINSMEN
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: Alex Woolf, School of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Chris Lewis, School of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 312-a: Earl, Heir-Apparent or Mormaer? William Fitz Duncan in the Davidian Experiment (Language: English)
Andrew McDonald, Department of History, University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, Nova Scotia
Paper 312-b: The Prisoner of Roxburgh: King or Earl? (Language: English)
Alex Woolf
Paper 312-c: South of the Border: Alexander I in England and Wales (Language: English)
Kenneth Veitch, Independent Scholar, Edinburgh

Session: 313
Title: RELIGIOUS DRAMA
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: John Tailby, Department of German, University of Leeds
Paper 313-a: Das deutsche religiöse Drama des Mittelalters: Die Christusgestalt in der Luzerner Tradition (Language: Deutsch)
Elly Vijfvinkel, Department of German, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 313-b: Rewriting the Role of a Bride of Christ: The Plays of Katherine of Sutton (Language: English)
Kate Matthews, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 313-c: Direkte und Indirekte Bühnenanweisungen im Deutschen Religiösen Drama des Mittelalters (Language: Deutsch)
J. H. Kuné, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Session: 315
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MEDIEVAL WEST III: RELIGION
Organisers: Rob Meens, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht and Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 315-a: Environments of Sanctity in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Maximilian Diesenberger, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 315-b: 'Contentiones inter monachos': Conflicts and Ethnic Identities in Frankish and Lombard Monasteries in the 8th and 9th Centuries (Language: English)
Peter Erhart, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 315-c: The Identity of Merovingian Monasticism: The Reception of Late Antique Ascetic Ideals in the Merovingian World (Language: English)
Albrecht Diem, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Respondent: Walter Pohl

Session: 316
Title: CHAUCER, CULTURE AND HERMENEUTICS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Huriye Reis, Department of English Language and Literature, Hacettepe University, Ankara
Paper 316-a: Peace, War and Urban Identity in Chaucer (Language: English)
Andrew Lynch, Department of English, University of Western Australia, Nedlands
Paper 316-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 316-c: Dipping into Chaucer's Memory Pool: Hermetic Mnemonics and a 'Book of Secrets' in the Canon's Yeoman's Tale (Language: English)
Kieran J. J. Creedon, Department of English, University College, Cork

Session: 317
Title: RELIGION, NATIONALISM AND THE RECEPTION OF MEDIEVAL RHETORIC
Sponsor: Disputatio: An International Transdisciplinary Journal of the Late Middle Ages
Organiser: Carol Poster, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman
Moderator: Georgiana Donavin, Department of English, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah
Paper 317-a: The Audacious Character of the Philosophical Doctrine of Averroes and its Impact on Scholasticism in Medieval Europe (Language: English)
Lahcen Ezzaher, Department of English, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley
Paper 317-b: Saving Aristotle from the Schoolmen: The 19th-Century Revival of Aristotle's Rhetorica (Language: English)
Carol Poster
Paper 317-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 318
Title: JEWISH CONCEPTS OF TIME IN THE MIDDLE AGES III
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 318-a: Crescas' Concept of Time (Language: English)
Hyam Maccoby, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 318-b: Cosmology and Time in Late Medieval Jewish Philosophy (Language: English)
Tamar M. Rudavsky, Melton Centre for Jewish Studies/Department of Philosophy, Ohio State University, Columbus
NEW: Paper 318-c: Female Time and Male Time in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Simha Goldin, Department of Jewish History, Tel-Aviv University

Respondent: Eva Frojmovic

Session: 319
Title: OLD ENGLISH AND EARLY IRISH TIME-TRAVEL
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Thomas N. Hall, Department of English, University of Illinois, Chicago
Paper 319-a: Notions of Time and Eternity in the Anglo-Saxon Elegies (Language: English)
John Dennis Grosskopf, Department of English, Florida State University, Tallahassee
Paper 319-b: Discourse and Ideology in the Old English Wanderer: Time and Eternity (Language: English)
Juan Camilo Conde-Silvestre, Department of English, Universidad de Murcia
Paper 319-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 320
Title: THE 'TRANSFORMATION OF THE YEAR 1000'?
Organiser: Daniel Power, Department of History, University of Sheffield
Moderator: Daniel Power
Paper 320-a: Land, Law and Lordship in Post-Carolingian Europe: A Rhineland Case-Study and Some Problems (Language: English)
Matthew J. Innes, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 320-b: Respectability with and without Narrative Charters: A Comparison of the Times of Geoffrey Greymantle (960-87) and Geoffrey Martel (1040-60) (Language: English)
Henk Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 320-c: Paix éternelle ou paix temporelle? A propos de différentes apparitions et traditions de la Trêve de Dieu (Language: Français)
Thomas Gergen, Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale, Poitiers

Session: 321
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL NORTH AFRICA III: TOWNS, COUNTRYSIDE AND TRADE
Organiser: Mark Allen Handley, Department of History, University College, University of London
Moderator: Mark Allen Handley
Paper 321-a: Late Antique North Africa: Production and Changing Use of Buildings in Urban Areas (Language: English)
A. Leone, School of Archaeological Studies, University of Leicester
Paper 321-b: Travelling North and Travelling South: Africans as Foreigners and Foreigners in Africa (Language: English)
Mark Allen Handley

Paper 321-c: The End of African Trade (Language: English)
Simon Loseby, Department of History, University of Sheffield

Session: 322
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: LANDSCAPE, ENVIRONMENT AND SETTLEMENT MORPHOLOGY III
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Helena Hamerow, Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford
Paper 322-a: The Holocene Development of the North Sea Coast of Schleswig Holstein (Language: English)
Dietrich Hoffmann, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel
Paper 322-b: Migration Period to High Medieval Settlement and Economy along the North Sea Coast of Schleswig Holstein (Language: English)
Dirk Meier
Paper 322-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 323
Title: THE ARCHAEOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE OF CISTERCIAN ABBEYS
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 323-a: The Archaeology of Cistercian Takeover: A Case Study from Grosbot Abbey (Language: English)
Mark C. Horton, Department of Archaeology, University of Bristol
Paper 323-b: East of the Cloister: The Infirmary and Other Buildings at Croxden Abbey (Language: English)
Jackie Hall, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 323-c: La lumière naturelle dans les églises cisterciennes (Language: Français)
Thomas Gantard, Laboratoire CERMA, Ecole d'Architecture, Nantes

Session: 324
Title: NEW APPROACHES IN STUDIES IN SETTLEMENT AND FARMING: NORWEGIAN CASES
Organiser: Ingvild Øye, Department of Archaeology, Universitetet i Bergen
Moderator: David M. Palliser, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 324-a: The Medieval Farm Revisited: Four Archaeological Case Studies from Western Norway (Language: English)
Ingvild Øye
Paper 324-b: Archaeological Investigation of a Mountain Farm from Western Norway: Methodology and Results (Language: English)
Janicke Åstveit, Department of Archaeology, Universitetet i Bergen
Paper 324-c: Farms and Estates from an Archaeological Perspective (Language: English)
Frode Iversen, Department of Archaeology, Universitetet i Bergen


MONDAY 10 JULY 2000: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 407
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE IV: FATHER BOYLE'S LAST PAPER, 'SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS AND THE THIRD MILLENNIUM'
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Speaker: Paul Murray O.P., The Angelicum University, Roma
Introduction: Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
We are very pleased to announce that Leonard Boyle's last paper is going to be read at IMC 2000 by one of his close friends, Father Paul Murray, a Dominican at San Clemente and lecturer in Mystical Theology.

Session: 408
Title: 'FAMILIA' AND 'DOMUS' IN THE MIDDLE AGES: DEFINITIONS, IDEALS, REPRESENTATIONS AND PRACTICES - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsors: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and IMC Programming Committee
Organisers: Axel E. W. Müller, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds and Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Chris Dyer, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Purpose: This session provides a forum for scholars with interests in any aspect of medieval domesticity to meet and discuss their work, with a view to generating ideas and possible sessions and proposals for IMC 2001. Dionisius A. Agius (University of Leeds), Jessalynn Bird (University of Oxford), Andrew Butcher (University of Kent at Canterbury), Eva Frojmovic (University of Leeds), Chris Given-Wilson (University of St. Andrews), Jeremy Goldberg (University of York), Matthew Johnson (University of Durham), Sally-Beth MacLean (REED, Toronto), Anneke Mulder-Bakker (Universiteit Groningen), John Schofield (Museum of London) and Felicity Riddy (University of York) will be amongst the participants in the discussion.

Session: 415
Title: PROBLEMS OF MEDIEVAL RHYTHM - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Plainsong and Medieval Music Society
Organiser: David Wulstan, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Moderator: David Wulstan
Purpose: Monodic and polyphonic music in unmeasured sources need not be transcribed, or indeed sung, 'neutrally'. The problems of rhythm need to be confronted by the types of evidence that will be discussed. Participants in the discussion will include Elizabeth Aubrey (University of Iowa), Vincent Corrigan (Bowling Green State University) and Bryan Gillingham (Carlton University).

Session: 419
Title: EXPLORING TIME AND ETERNITY IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Chris Humphrey, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Ulrich Müller, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Purpose: This session provides a forum for literary scholars working on the themes of time and/or eternity to share and discuss their ideas, and thereby promote a greater awareness of the research being done in these important areas. Possible themes for discussion include the representation of the eternal in literature; changing time-schemes and patterns and time and narrative. Sandra Billington (University of Glasgow) and Chris Humphrey will be among the participants in the discussion.

Session: 422
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT AROUND THE NORTH SEA: AN ASSESSMENT AND PROPOSALS FOR HOLISTIC AND BALANCED APPROACHES - AN OPENING LECTURE TO THE STRAND
Speaker: Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Over the past years, medieval settlement archaeology in the North Sea area has developed considerably, along lines reflecting the different regional traditions and the different disciplinary approaches. The countries surrounding the North Sea, however, possess great similarities in landscape topography and environment, which presented similar challenges to past societies. Within the national contexts of the practive of archaeology, differences rather than common themes have often been over-emphasized.
This strand aims at providing a series of regionally-based synthetic reviews and key case-studies on inter-related themes, concerning settlement and economy around the North Sea in the medieval world. Results of major current European projects will be presented with a view to indentifying avenues of future co-operative research.


TUESDAY 11 JULY 2000: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 501
Title: RELIGIOUS BELIEFS IN A TIME OF TRANSITION: HEATHEN AND CHRISTIAN ELEMENTS IN OLD ENGLISH TEXTS
Organiser: Ingrid Wotschke, Independent Scholar, Magdeburg
Moderator: Ingrid Wotschke
Paper 501-a: Pre-Christian Elements in Old English Kennings for God (Language: English)
Rainer Nagel, Department of English, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
Paper 501-b: Pre-Christian Elements in Old English Poetry and Prose (Language: English)
Alexandra Velten, Department of German, University of Wales, Swansea
Paper 501-c: God and the Gods of Beowulf (Language: English)
Ingrid Wotschke

Session: 502
Title: ARTES IN THE MIDDLE AGES: A MODEL PRESENTATION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE GERMAN MEDIÄVISTENVERBAND I
WITHDRAWN

Session: 503
Title: ITALIAN ART: SAINTS AND ICONOGRAPHY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Donal Cooper, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 503-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 503-b: Maso di Banco's St Silvester Cycle at Santa Croce in Florence (Language: English)
Jane C. Long, Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia

Session: 505
Title: AFTER THE DARKNESS: THE CONSTRUCTION OF MONASTIC AND EPISCOPAL HISTORY FOR THE AGE OF REFORM
Organiser: Diane J. Reilly, Hope School of Fine Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington
Moderator: Nancy Bradley Warren, Department of English, Utah State University, Logan
Paper 505-a: Inventing the Past in Northern Francia (9th-12th Centuries) (Language: English)
Karine Ugé, Department of History, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Paper 505-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 505-c: Gerard of Cambrai and the Politics of Nationality (Language: English)
Diane J. Reilly

Session: 506
Title: IDEOLOGY AND NARRATIVE METHOD
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Judith Laird
Paper 506-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 506-b: The Structuring Role of the Narrator's Interventions in the Roman van Heinric Ende Margriete van Limborch (Language: English)
An Faems, Department of Literature, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 506-c: The Transmission of a 14th-Century Middle Dutch Encyclopaedia in the Course of Time (Language: English)
Miriam Piters, Department of Germanic Languages, Universiteit van Antwerpen

Session: 507
Title: CENTRE AND PERIPHERY OF THE CRUSADES
Organiser: Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, Odense Universitet
Moderator: Alan V. Murray, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 507-a: What Was the Centre of the Crusading Movement? Some Scandinavian Examples of the Concept Crusader State (Language: English)
Kurt Villads Jensen
Paper 507-b: The Baltic Crusades in the Context of Imperial Policy (1198-1240) (Language: English)
Bernd Ulrich Hucker, Department of History, Universität Vechta
Paper 507-c: Valuable Marine Fighters: The Military Contribution of the Frisians to the Crusades (Language: English)
Johannes A. Mol, Department of History, Fryske Akademy, Leeuwarden

Session: 508
Title: HEAVEN MEETING EARTH: MATERIAL CULTURE AND DIDACTIC MESSAGE
Sponsor: Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems/Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Norbert Schnitzler, Department of Medieval History, Technische Universität, Chemnitz
Paper 508-a: Anthropological Constants and Daily Life: A Mirror of Eternity (Language: English)
Helmut Hundsbichler, Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Paper 508-b: The Food at the Last Supper (Language: English)
Elena Lemeneva, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 508-c: The Visio Bernoldi and its Didactic Message (Language: English)
Diana Stanciu, Department of Political and Administrative Science, University of Bucharest

Session: 509
Title: READING THE APOCALYPSE
Sponsor: Department of English, University College, Cork
Organiser: Margaret Connolly, Department of English, University College, Cork
Moderator: Ian Johnson, School of English, University of St Andrews
Paper 509-a: 'An Image of Reading': Exploring Tensions of the Text in Late 14th-Century England through the Westminster Apocalypse Cycle (Language: English)
Phillippa Plock, University of Leeds
Paper 509-b: The 'Boke Clakled Pokalypse' and its Readers in 14th- and 15th-Century England (Language: English)
Margaret Connolly
Paper 509-c: Langland, Law and the Apocalypse (Language: English)
Conor McCarthy, University of Durham

Session: 510
Title: THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF MARRIAGE AND PROCREATION IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Organiser: Anne McClanan, Department of Art, Portland State University, Oregon
Moderator: Anne McClanan
Paper 510-a: Women and Linen (Language: English)
Veronica Sekules, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 510-b: Abortion in the Early Byzantine Empire: Material and Textual Evidence (Language: English)
Anne McClanan
Paper 510-c: Sex and the Slipper: An Image of Adultery on a Symbol of Marriage (Language: English)
Kathryn Starkey, Department of Germanic Languages, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Session: 511
Title: THOMAS BECKET
Sponsors: Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews and the Haskins Society
Organiser: Michael Staunton, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Chris Given-Wilson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 511-a: Thomas Becket: A 12th-Century Explanation (Language: English)
Michael Staunton
Paper 511-b: Thomas Becket's Table (Language: English)
Julie Kerr, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 511-c: Thomas Becket and St Magnus of Orkney (Language: English)
Haki Antonnson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews

Session: 512
Title: IDENTITY AND LOYALTY IN CONQUEST ENGLAND
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Chris Lewis, School of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 512-a: Our Friends in the North? Northumbrian Identity in Late Anglo-Saxon and Early Anglo-Norman England (Language: English)
William Aird, Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 512-b: Anglo-Norman, Norman or English? The Nobility of England (1126-1171) (Language: English)
Kathryn Brown, School of Historical and Gender Studies, Monash University, Clayton
Paper 512-c: Loyalty or Rebellion on the 'Borders' of the Civil War (1215-1217) (Language: English)
Paul Latimer, Department of History, Bilkent Universitesi, Ankara

Session: 513
Title: BLACK MAGIC: GUNPOWDER IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organisers: Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland/The Royal Armouries, Leeds and Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Robert D. Smith
Paper 513-a: More Bang for your Ducat: Evaluating Ballistic Performance in Gunpowder's First Two Centuries (Language: English)
Bert Hall, Victoria College, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 513-b: Firework Books (Language: English)
Sarah Barter Bailey, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Paper 513-c: Powder Chambers: What They Were and How They Looked (Language: English)
Kelly DeVries

Session: 514
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE V: CANON LAW
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: Peter Clark, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 514-a: A Re-Visiting of Leonard Boyle's Contribution at the Berkeley Canon Law Conference in 1980 (Language: English)
Martin Brett, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 514-b: Roman and Canon Law in the 12th Century: The Council of Northampton Re-Examined (Language: English)
Anne Duggan, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 514-c: Boyle and Boniface: Leonard Boyle and 'cum ex eo' (Language: English)
Ludwig Schmugge, Department of History, Universität Zürich

Session: 515
Title: MEROVINGIAN SAINTS AND A SINNER
Sponsor: Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Organiser: Edward James, Department of History, University of Reading
Moderator: Edward James
Paper 515-a: Bound, Broken and Boiled: Was Chilperic Unlucky - or was it Personal? (Language: English)
Robert Penkett, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Paper 515-b: Radegund through the Looking Glass (Language: English)
Veronica R. Brinton, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
Paper 515-c: 'Hell Hath No Fury Like a Bishop Scorned': Celestial Intervention for the Defence of Merovingian Bishops (Language: English)
Sarah L. Hamilton, Department of History, University of Reading

Session: 516
Title: 'ADVENTUS PRINCIPIS': PRINCELY ENTRIES INTO MEDIEVAL TOWNS I
Sponsor: Sonderforschungsbereich 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Organisers: Angelika Lampen, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster and Regine Schweers, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Angelika Lampen
Paper 516-a: 'Adventus principis': Meaning and Function of an Urban Ritual (Language: English)
Peter Johanek, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 516-b: 'Adventus' as a Ritual of Peacemaking (Language: English)
Claudia Garnier, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 516-c: The Semiotic of the 'Adventus' in Illustrations (Language: English)
Ellen Widder, Department of History, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen

Session: 517
Title: NEW KNOWLEDGE AND TRADITIONAL THOUGHT IN LATE MEDIEVAL AUSTRIA
Sponsor: Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Organiser: Christoph Egger, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Winfried Stelzer, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Univeristät Wien
Paper 517-a: Interpreting the End: Exegesis of the Apocalypse in 12th- and 13th-Century Austria (Language: English)
Christoph Egger
Paper 517-b: Philosophy in Austria (1300-1350) (Language: English)
Karl Ubl, Department of History, Universität Heidelberg
Paper 517-c: The Augustinians at the Ducal Court in Vienna (c. 1350-1400) (Language: English)
Alexander Sauter, Department of History, Universität Heidelberg

Session: 518
Title: CREATION - TIME - ETERNITY: SHIFTS IN PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEOLOGICAL CONCEPTS I
WIUTHDRAWN

Session: 519
Title: OUT OF TIME: THE PERCEPTION OF ETERNITY IN MEDIEVAL GERMAN LITERATURE
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Organiser: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Moderator: Peter Dinzelbacher, Department of History, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey
Paper 519-a: The Presence of Eternity in Mechthild of Magdeburg's Flowing Light of the Godhead (Language: English)
Paola Schulze-Belli, Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Uomo, Università degli Studi di Trieste
Paper 519-b: Eternity in Suso's Horologium (Language: English)
Richard Byrn, Department of German, University of Leeds
Paper 519-c: Demands and Promises: Eternity and Afterlife in Late Medieval Sermons (Language: English)
Arnold Otto, Department of German, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf

Session: 520
Title: TIME AND ETERNITY IN FIRST MILLENNIUM ENGLAND
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Donald G. Scragg, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Donald G. Scragg
Paper 520-a: Two Fantasies, Two Histories and Two Views of the Foreigner in the Old English Wonders of the East (Language: English)
Kathryn Powell, Department of English, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 520-b: 'Staðolfæst to Ece': Engines of Eternity in the Benedictine Reform (Language: English)
Michael Drout, Department of English, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts
Paper 520-c: Intercession for the Condemned: Anglo-Saxon Aspirations for the Doomsday Judgement (Language: English)
Jocelyn M. Price, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester

Session: 521
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL NORTH AFRICA IV: TEXTS, CULTURE AND INSCRIPTIONS
Organiser: Mark Allen Handley, Department of History, University College, University of London
Moderator: David Ganz, Department of Classics, King's College, University of London
Paper 521-a: Dracontius the African and the Fate of Rome (Language: English)
M. Edwards, Christ Church, University of Oxford
Paper 521-b: Alphabet, Writing Technique and Instrument in 6th-Century Africa: Paris MS. Lat. Nouv. Acq. 1114 (Language: English)
Jacqueline Godfrey, King's College, University of London
Paper 521-c: Inscribing Age and Gender (Language: English)
Mark Allen Handley

Session: 522
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: LANDSCAPE, ENVIRONMENT AND SETTLEMENT MORPHOLOGY IV
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Christopher Scull, English Heritage, London
Paper 522-a: Approaches to the Study of Settlement and Landscape from the Late Roman Period to the High Middle Ages: The Heslerton Landscape Project (Language: English)
Dominic Powesland, Heslerton Settlement and Landscape Project, Malton
Paper 522-b: The Archaeology of Early Anglo-Saxon Settlements: Past, Present and Future (Language: English)
Helena Hamerow, Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford
Paper 522-c: Geographical, Historical and Archaeological Approaches to the Study of Medieval Rural Settlement Patterns in England (Language: English)
Brian K. Roberts, Department of Geography, University of Durham and Stuart Wrathmell, West Yorkshire Archaeology Service, Wakefield

Session: 523
Title: PROPHECY AND RELIGIOUS ATTITUDES IN CISTERCIAN WRITING AND PAINTING
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's
Paper 523-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 523-b: Knowledge and Prophecy in the Vita Beati Wlfrici (Language: English)
Keith Day
Paper 523-c: Morality and Temporality in the Frescoes of the Abbey of Tre Fontane in Rome (Language: English)
Kristin Bliksrud Aavitsland, Norwegian Institute, Roma/Universitetet Oslo

Session: 524
Title: NAMES AND PLACES
Sponsor: Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Organiser: Carole A. Hough, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Moderator: Graham Caie, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 524-a: Charters, Manuscripts and Place-Names (Language: English)
Kathryn A. Lowe, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 524-b: Problematic Elements in Scottish Place-Names (Language: English)
Margaret Scott, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 524-c: Place-Name Evidence for an Old English Animal Name (Language: English)
Carole A. Hough


TUESDAY 11 JULY 2000: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 601
Title: HISTORY AND HAGIOGRAPHY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Joyce Hill, School of English/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 601-a: Conversion in Old English Saints' Lives (Language: English)
Hugh Magennis, School of English, The Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 601-b: Ælfric and Æthelræd (Language: English)
Mary Clayton, Department of English, University College, Dublin
Paper 601-c: Counting and Recounting History: The Poems of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (Language: English)
Susanne Kries, Department of English, Freie Universität, Berlin

Session: 602
Title: ARTES IN THE MIDDLE AGES: A MODEL PRESENTATION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE GERMAN MEDIÄVISTENVERBAND II
Sponsor: Mediävistenverband
Organiser: Ursula Schaefer, Department of English and American Studies, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin
Moderator: Wilhelm G. Busse, Department of English, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 602-a: Elements of the Quadrivium in the Medieval Mappae Mundi (11th-13th Centuries) (Language: English)
Brigitte Englisch, Department of History, Universität Hamburg
Paper 602-b: Knowledge and Power in Late Medieval Communications (Language: English)
Karina Kellermann, Department of German, Technische Universität Berlin
Respondent: Hans-Werner Goetz, Department of History, Universität Hamburg

Session: 603
Title: ASSISI REMADE: THE BASILICA OF S. FRANCESCO (1290-1320)
Sponsor: Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Organiser: Joanna Cannon, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Moderator: Joanna Cannon
Paper 603-a: The Reconstruction of the Tomb of St Francis and the Changing Layout of the Basilica (c. 1300) (Language: English)
Donal Cooper, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 603-b: Hope and Despair: An Iconographic Programme for Pilgrims in the Lower Transepts of S. Francesco, Assisi (Language: English)
Janet Robson, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 603-c: Despair and Hope: The St Francis Cycle in the Context of Giotto's Workshop (c. 1305) (Language: English)
Thomas De Wesselow, British School, Roma

Session: 604
Title: THE WHITE MANTLE OF CHURCHES I
Organisers: Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University and Nancy Wu, The Cloisters Museum, New York
Moderator: Nancy Wu
Paper 604-a: The Ottonian Revival: Architecture and Monastic Reform (Language: English)
Nigel L. Hiscock
Paper 604-b: Henry II at Bamberg (Language: English)
Eliza Garrison, Department of Art History, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Paper 604-c: Architecture and Liturgical Practice: The Cluniac 'galilaea' (Language: English)
Kristina Krüger, Freie Universität, Berlin

Session: 605
Title: ECCLESIASTICAL DISCIPLINE AND INDISCIPLINE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Christine Meek, Department of Medieval Studies, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 605-a: L'excommunication des clerc dans le royaume wisigothique (Language: Français)
Jérôme Emmanuel Bepoix, Faculté de Droit, Université d'Aix-en-Provence
Paper 605-b: WITHDRAWN

Paper 605-c: Bogomilism in Macedonia in the 11th-12th Centuries (Language: English)
Maja Angelovska Panova, Institute for Old Slavonic Culture, Skopje

Session: 606
Title: LITERARY PICTURES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 606-a: Pictures That Speak: Contemporary Reaction to and Interpretation of an Old French Text (Language: English)
Adrian P. Tudor, Department of French, University of Hull
Paper 606-b: From Travel Narrative to Literary Picture Book: The Middle English Metrical Version of Mandeville's Travels (Language: English)
Peter G. Christensen, Department of English, Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Paper 606-c: Li Qingzhao's Ta Ma Fu as Introspective Travel Narrative (Language: English)
Janice Bogstad, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

Session: 607
Title: CRUSADES AND CHRONICLES ON THE BALTIC FRONTIER
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East
Organiser: Alan V. Murray, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Moderator: Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, Odense Universitet
Paper 607-a: The Purpose and Audience of the Livonian Rhymed Chronicle (Language: English)
Alan V. Murray
Paper 607-b: The War for Peace: Expansion, Crusade and Danish Royal Ideology in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Janus Møller Jensen, Københavns Universitet
Paper 607-c: An Amicable Enmity: Respect and Friendship between Crusader and Pagan in the Chronicles of the Baltic Crusade (Language: English)
Rasa Mazeika, University of Klaipeda
Paper 607-d: Hungarian Commercial Connections with the Baltic (Language: English)
Bálasz Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 608
Title: FROM HERE TO ETERNITY? MAKING AND BREAKING MEDIEVAL MARRIAGES
Sponsor: Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Organiser: Patricia E. Skinner, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Moderator: Lynn Forest-Hill, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 608-a: A Debt Unpaid: Impotence and the Breaking of Medieval Marriage (Language: English)
Mandy Richardson, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 608-b: A 13th-Century Jewish Divorce (Language: English)
Sue Bartlet, School of Research and Graduate Studies, University of Southampton
Paper 608-c: Guardianship, Social Mobility and Political Reconciliation in the Reign of Edward III (Language: English)
James Bothwell, Department of History, University of Leicester

Session: 609
Title: ASPECTS OF VERNACULAR TRANSLATION
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Organiser: Paul Andrew Quinn, Department of English, University of Hull
Moderator: Alan Deighton, Department of German, University of Hull
Paper 609-a: Language Definition and 'Translatese' in Three Scandinavian Sermons (Language: English)
Jonathan Adams, Department of Scandinavian Studies, University of Hull
Paper 609-b: The 15th-Century Verse Chronicle of John Hardyng: Sources, Translation and Adaptation (Language: English)
Sarah Peverley, Department of English, University of Hull
Paper 609-c: The Function and Status of the English Vernacular in the Chronicle of Robert Manning (Language: English)
Paul Andrew Quinn

Session: 610
Title: MONEY AND HISTORY IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Sponsor: The Medieval European Coinage Project, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Organiser: Elina Screen, Department of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Mark Blackburn, Department of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Paper 610-a: Medieval European Coinage (Language: English)
Philip Grierson, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
Paper 610-b: Monetary Areas: Archaeological against Archival Evidence (Language: English)
Michael Matzke, Department of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Paper 610-c: Tracking the Money Supply in Early Medieval Europe: The Cambridge Early Medieval Corpus Project (Language: English)
Mark Blackburn and Sean Miller, Department of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Session: 611
Title: PETER OF CORNWALL OSA (1140-1221): HIS WRITINGS AND THEIR INTELLECTUAL CONTEXT
Organiser: Richard Sharpe, Faculty of Modern History, University of Oxford
Moderator: Richard Marsden, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 611-a: The Vision Collection and its Theological Argument (Language: English)
Robert Easting, Department of English, Film and Theatre, Victoria University, Wellington
Paper 611-b: Peter's Debate with Simon the Jew (Language: English)
Haidee Lorrey, University College, University of Oxford
Paper 611-c: The Pantheologus: The Bible for Preachers (Language: English)
Lesley Smith, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford

Session: 612
Title: SOCIETY FOR 14TH-CENTURY STUDIES I: POLITICS AND COMMUNITY
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth-Century Studies
Organiser: Chris Given-Wilson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 612-a: 'As it hath been heretofore accustomed': The Community of the Realm under Edward II (Language: English)
Wolfgang C. Weber, Oriel College, University of Oxford
Paper 612-b: Landed Power and Ecclesiastical Endowment in 14th-Century East Anglia (Language: English)
Benjamin Thompson, Somerville College, University of Oxford
Paper 612-c: Remembering Richard: The Reputation of Richard II in Lancastrian England (Language: English)
Simon K. Walker, Department of History, University of Sheffield

Session: 613
Title: GREAT BALLS OF FIRE: AMMUNITION
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organisers: Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland/The Royal Armouries, Leeds and Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Kelly DeVries
Paper 613-a: From Arrows to Iron: Ammunition in the 14th and 15th Centuries (Language: English)
Robert D. Smith
Paper 613-b: Incendiary Arrows from the Mary Rose (Language: English)
Alexzandra Hildred, The Mary Rose Trust, Portsmouth
Paper 613-c: Slings and Staff Slings (Language: English)
Thom Richardson, The Royal Armouries, Leeds

Session: 614
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE VI: CANON LAW
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: Martin Brett, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 614-a: The Appointment of Papal Auditors in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Per Ingesman, Department of Church History, Aarhus Universitet
Paper 614-b: 15th-Century Canon Law and the Monks (Language: English)
Gillian Murphy, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 614-c: The Bad Guys and the Good Guys: The Fame of the Dominicans According to the Penintentiary Archives (Language: English)
Kirsi Salonen, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto

Session: 615
Title: THE RHYTHM OF MEDIEVAL SONG I
Sponsor: Plainsong and Medieval Music Society
Organiser: David Wulstan, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Moderator: Ann I. Buckley, Darwin College, University of Cambridge
Paper 615-a: The Rhythm of Medieval Song: Some Problems and Solutions (Language: English)
David Wulstan
Paper 615-b: Scribes and Singers: Signs and Sounds (Language: English)
Elizabeth Aubrey, School of Music, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Paper 615-c: Indirect Methods of Notating Rhythm (Language: English)
Vincent Corrigan, College of Musical Arts, Bowling Green State University, Ohio

Session: 616
Title: 'ADVENTUS PRINCIPIS': PRINCELY ENTRIES INTO MEDIEVAL TOWNS II
Sponsor: Sonderforschungsbereich 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Organisers: Angelika Lampen, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster and Regine Schweers, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 616-a: The City Gate in the Entry (Language: English)
Angelika Lampen
Paper 616-b: Routes of Reception: The Ritual Topography (Language: English)
Regine Schweers
NEW: Respondent: Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

Session: 617
Title: ISLAMIC THOUGHT: ARABIC AND LATIN TRADITIONS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ian Richard Netton, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 617-a: Recovering the Lost Arabic Translations of Euclid's Elements (Language: English)
Gregg De Young, Department of Science, American University, Cairo
Paper 617-b: The Aristotelian Concept of Mimesis in the European Muslim Thought of Al-Andalus (Language: English)
Valérie Gonzalez, School of Architecture, Marseille-Luminy
Paper 617-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 618
Title: CREATION - TIME - ETERNITY: SHIFTS IN PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEOLOGICAL CONCEPTS II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 618-a: Concepts of Time and Eternity in Thomas Aquinas' Doctrine of God (Language: English)
Brian Horne, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, King's College, University of London
Paper 618-b: History and Futurity in Hugh of St Victor's Figures of Noah's Ark (Language: English)
John Lewis, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 618-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 619
Title: LIEBE IN DER ZEIT
Sponsors: Universität St Gallen and Universität Salzburg
Organisers: Paola Schulze-Belli, Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Uomo, Università degli Studi di Trieste and Margarete Springeth, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Moderator: Margarete Springeth
Paper 619-a: 'Wand ich mac baz vertriben die zit mit armen wiben': A Lesson in Love or a Descent into Laddishness? Hartmann von Aue, Unmutston (MF216,29) (Language: English)
Rebecca J. Davies, Department of English, Universität Freiburg
Paper 619-b: Abelard und Heloise (Language: Deutsch)
Siegrid Schmidt, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 619-c: Zeit für die Liebe (Language: Deutsch)
Günther Rohr, Universität Trier

Session: 620
Title: 'AB ANNO INCARNATIONIS DOMINI': THE EMERGENCE AND ACCURACY OF THE CHRISTIAN ERA I
Sponsor: Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven
Organiser: Peter Verbist, Department of Medieval History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 620-a: The Emergence of the Annus Domini Era (Language: English)
Daniel P. Mc Carthy, Department of Computer Science, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Paper 620-b: Abbo of Fleury (d. 1004) and the Computational Accuracy of the Christian Era (Language: English)
Peter Verbist
Paper 620-c: Gerlandus Compotista and the Problem of the Annus Domini (Language: English)
Faith Wallis, Department of History, McGill University, Montréal, Québec

Session: 621
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL NORTH AFRICA V: VIEWS OF AFRICA
Organiser: Mark Allen Handley, Department of History, University College, University of London
Moderator: Mark Allen Handley
Paper 621-a: Securing Religious Compliance: The Limits of Law Enforcement in Augustine's Africa (Language: English)
Andy Blackhurst, Department of History, University College, University of London

Paper 621-b: The Understanding of 'Africa' in Late Antiquity (Language: English)
Andrew Merrills, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 621-c: The Life of Fulgentius and North African Monasticism (Language: English)
Nell Aubrey, Department of History, University College, University of London

Session: 622
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: MANIFESTATIONS OF RELIGION ON SETTLEMENTS AND THE LANDSCAPE
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Pierre Demolon, Service Archéologique, Douai
Paper 622-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 622-b: Strengths and Weaknesses of Early Monastic Archaeology in the British Isles (Language: English)
Rosemary Cramp, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham
Paper 622-c: Poverty and Prosperity: The Archaeology of Asceticism on Lindisfarne (Language: English)
Deidre O'Sullivan, Department of Archaeology, University of Leicester
Paper 622-d: Using Christianity: The Early Medieval Sequence at Tarbat, North East Scotland (Language: English)
Martin O. H. Carver, Department of Archaeology, University of York

Session: 623
Title: CISTERCIAN ABBEYS AND THEIR PATRONS
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Christine Kratzke, Universität Kiel/G.W.Z.O., Leipzig
Paper 623-a: Rievaulx Abbey and its Patrons: Between Cooperation and Conflict (Language: English)
Emilia M. Jamroziak, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 623-b: Knights as Benefactors of Mecklenburghian Cistercian Abbeys (Language: English)
Heike Reimann, Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum für Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig
Paper 623-c: Sawley Abbey: A Cistercian Abbey on the Edge of 'stabilitas' (Language: English)
Glyn Coppack, English Heritage, Northampton

Session: 624
Title: LANDSCAPE OF LATE SAXON WESSEX I
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organisers: Jennifer MacDonald, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and Sam Turner, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Moderator: Barbara Yorke, School of Humanities, History and Archaeology, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 624-a: Tracing Trade: Moving through the Late Anglo-Saxon Landscape (Language: English)
L. A. Symonds, University of York
Paper 624-b: Kingship in the West Saxon Landscape: The 'Farm of One Night' (Language: English)
Ryan Lavelle, Department of History, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 624-c: Late Anglo-Saxon Civil Defence in the Localities: A Case Study of the Avebury Region (Language: English)
Andrew John Reynolds, Institute of Archaeology, University College, University of London


TUESDAY 11 JULY 2000: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 701
Title: SEXUAL POLITICS AND THE REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mary Swan, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 701-a: Power and Sex at the Ends of the Millennia (Language: English)
Carol Braun Pasternack, Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara
Paper 701-b: The Wages of Sex: Repression of Female Sexuality in Old English Texts (Language: English)
Berit Åström, Department of English, Umeå Universitet
Paper 701-c: Women in Secular Old English Poetry (Language: English)
Andrea Nagy, School of English and American Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Session: 702
Title: ELECTRONIC RESOURCES FOR MEDIEVAL STUDIES IN TEACHING AND RESEARCH
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Oliver Pickering, Brotherton Library, University of Leeds
Paper 702-a: Chaucer, Computers and Classrooms: Using the Canterbury Tales Project in Teaching (Language: English)
Claire Jones, The Canterbury Tales Project, De Montfort University, Leicester
Paper 702-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 702-c: Non-Invasive Replication of Rare Art (Language: English)
Walther J. Fuchs, Department of Art History, Universität Zürich

Session: 703
Title: LATE MEDIEVAL TAPESTRY: PRODUCTION AND RECEPTION
Organiser: Laura Weigert, Université de Nantes
Moderator: Laura Weigert
Paper 703-a: Charles the Bold's Tapestries of the Trojan War: Context and Meaning (Language: English)
Scot McKendrick, Department of Manuscripts, British Library, London
Paper 703-b: The Saumur Castle's Savages Tapestry and the Master of Champion des Dames (Language: English)
Pascale Charron, Independent Scholar, Asnières
Paper 703-c: Between Past and Present: Old and New as an Environment for the Knights of the Golden Fleece (Language: English)
Hubert Cardon, Department of Art History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 704
Title: THE WHITE MANTLE OF CHURCHES II
Organisers: Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University and Nancy Wu, The Cloisters Museum, New York
Moderator: Nancy Wu
Paper 704-a: The 11th-Century Church of St Bénigne in Dijon (Language: English)
Carolyn Malone, Department of Art History, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Paper 704-b: The Architecture and Sculpture of the Early 11th-Century Nave of the Former Abbey Church of St Germain-des-Près (Language: English)
Danielle Johnson, Wells College, Paris
Paper 704-c: Revivals and New Departures: Architecture and Sculpture in the Autunois around the Year 1000 (Language: English)
Sylvie Balcon, Centre d'Études Médièvales, Université de Paris IV, Sorbonne and Walter Berry, Independent Scholar, Autun

Session: 705
Title: THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN HERESY AND ORTHODOXY IN THE MIDDLE AGES I
WITHDRAWN
Please note that paper 705-c by Jessalynn Bird has been moved to session 805

Session: 706
Title: THE RHETORIC OF VISUALITY
Organisers: Laura Iseppi, Department of English, New York University, New York and Sabine Wagner, Department of German, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Moderator: Billy Tollemache, Department of English, New York University, New York
Paper 706-a: Is There a Meaning in This Image? A Case of Medieval Anamorphosis (Language: English)
Laura Iseppi
Paper 706-b: When Space is Time: Hierarchy and Narrative in Late Medieval Art (Language: English)
Peter Nesteruk, Independent Scholar, Manchester

Paper 706-c: Silent Art: Painters and Painting in the Rhetorical Tradition (Language: English)
Adam McKeown, Department of Liberal Studies, Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York

Session: 707
Title: FRANKS AND GREEKS: A QUESTION OF IDENTITY DURING THE FRANKOKRATIA
Sponsor: Byzantium in the North
Organiser: Peter William Lock, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Moderator: Peter William Lock
Paper 707-a: Encounter, Symbiosis or Acculturation? The Case of Lusignan Cyprus (Language: English)
Joanna Christoforaki, Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford
Paper 707-b: Byzantine Attitudes to Frankish Rule in the Morea (1204-1311) (Language: English)
Gill Page, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Paper 707-c: The Archaeology of Ethnicity: Franks or Greeks? (Language: English)
Peter William Lock

Session: 708
Title: GUILDS AND THEIR FESTIVALS IN NORTHERN EUROPE
Organiser: Leif Søndergaard, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Moderator: Wendy R. Childs, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 708-a: Customary Perspectives on the English Guild (Language: English)
Tom Pettitt, Department of English, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Paper 708-b: Guild Brothers, Guests, and Entertainers at the Festivals of Merchants' Associations in Livonia (Language: English)
Anu Mänd, Tallinn City Archive
Paper 708-c: Popinjay Shooting in Northern Germany and Scandinavia (Language: English)
Leif Søndergaard

Session: 709
Title: MEDIA AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF MEMORY I: EARLY MEDIEVAL HISTORIOGRAPHY
Sponsor: Graduate Medievalists' Group, University of Birmingham
Organiser: Wendy Scase, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Kathryn A. Lowe, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 709-a: From Memory to Genealogy to Family Saga: The Creation of the Past in Medieval Iceland (Language: English)
Chris Callow, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Paper 709-b: A Threshold of Memory? The Period of Accurate Reflection by Groups in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Allan McKinley, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Respondent: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 710
Title: MENTORS AND MODELS: ONE KEY TO WOMEN'S SUCCESS
Organiser: Joyce E. Salisbury, Department of History, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay
Moderator: Michael Frassetto, Encyclopaedia Britannica
Paper 710-a: Queens in the Theodosian Dynasty (Language: English)
Joyce E. Salisbury
Paper 710-b: The Medieval Anchorite and her Models (Language: English)
Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, Department of Medieval Studies, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 710-c: Mentoring and Monasticism: Role Models of Education for Women (Language: English)
Carolyn Muessig, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Bristol

Session: 711
Title: THE POLITICS OF HAGIOGRAPHY IN EARLY MEDIEVAL ITALY
Organiser: Nicholas Everett, Department of History, University of Queensland, Brisbane
Moderator: John Osborne, Department of History in Art, University of Victoria, British Columbia
Paper 711-a: Maximus the Confessor in 9th-Century Rome (Language: English)
Bronwen Neil, Australian Catholic University
Paper 711-b: Bishops at Home in Early Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Barbara Polci, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Paper 711-c: Sirus of Pavia and the Primacy of Milan (Language: English)
Nicholas Everett

Session: 712
Title: AUTHORITY, ORDER AND DISORDER IN LATER MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: University of Birmingham
Organiser: Miriam Müller, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Chris Dyer, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 712-a: Jurisdiction and Power: Social Conflict in Late Medieval Lydd (Language: English)
Spencer Dimmock
Paper 712-b: Avarice and Fraud: Local Trade in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
James Davis, Jesus College, University of Cambridge
Paper 712-c: The Use of the Hue and Cry in the 14th-Century Village: Revealing Attitudes to Authority and Gender (Language: English)
Miriam Müller

Session: 713
Title: THE DEVIL'S INVENTION: THE MILEMETE GUN - A WORKSHOP
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organisers: Kelly DeVries, Loyola College, Baltimore/ The Royal Armouries, Leeds and Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Purpose: Perhaps the most famous illustration of early artillery is that contained in a manuscript written by Walter de Milemete in 1326. Whether the gun depicted was a real piece of artillery or just a figment of the artist's imagination has been hotly debated over the years. In 1999, The Royal Armouries decided to make a copy based on the manuscript and subject it to a real live test firing. This workshop will not only explain how the replica was made and how it performed, but participants will be able to inspect and discuss the project in front of the replica itself.

NEW: Session: 714
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE VII: THE EDUCATION OF THE RELIGIOUS
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 714-a: Hostility to Friars among the Pastoral Manualists of 14th-Century England (Language: English)
Michael Haren, Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin
Paper 714-b: The Medieval Psalms' Commentary as a Textbook for Theology (Language: English)
James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 714-c: The Excommunicated Castle: Dominican Education in Action (Language: English)
Andrea Winkler, Department of History, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington

Session: 715
Title: THE RHYTHM OF MEDIEVAL SONG II
Sponsor: Plainsong and Medieval Music Society
Organiser: David Wulstan, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Moderator: David Wulstan
Paper 715-a: Extrapolation of Later Mensural Principles to 12th-Century Non-Mensural Sources (Language: English)
Bryan Gillingham, School for Studies in Arts and Culture, Carlton University, Ottowa
Paper 715-b: Structure and Melodic Formula in Old French and Latin Lais (Language: English)
Ann I. Buckley, Darwin College, University of Cambridge
Paper 715-c: Accent and Rhythm in 13th- and 14th-Century Polyphonic Chansons (Language: English)
David Maw, Oriel College, University of Oxford

Session: 716
Title: IMAGES OF MONARCHY IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM
Organiser: Hugh Kennedy, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Angus Stewart, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 716-a: Historiography as Propaganda in the Abbasid Caliphate (Language: English)
Hugh Kennedy
Paper 716-b: Nizam al-Mulk and the Seljuk Sultanate (Language: English)
Carole Hillenbrand, Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Edinburgh
Paper 716-c: Ethical Kinship and 'Realpolitik' in Some Arabic and Persian Mirrors for Princes (Language: English)
Louise Marlow, Department of Religion, Wellesley College, Massachusetts

Session: 717
Title: SIN AND SATISFACTION: THE PROCESS OF JUSTIFICATION IN THE HIGH AND LATER MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Ane Bysted, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Moderator: Per Ingesman, Department of Church History, Aarhus Universitet
Paper 717-a: Indulgence, Satisfaction and the Heart's Contrition in 12th-Century Crusading Theology (Language: English)
Ane Bysted
Paper 717-b: When St Peter's Key is Delegated: The Holy Apostolic Pententiary and its Activities with Special References to Supplications from Norway (1410-1537) (Language: English)
Torstein Jørgensen, Misjonshogskolen, Stavanger
Paper 717-c: The Role of the Penitent in the Process of Justification According to Christiern Pedersen (Language: English)
Johan R. M. Jensen, Copenhagen City Museum

Session: 718
Title: THOMAS AQUINAS ON ETERNITY
Sponsor: Thomas Institute, Utrecht
Organiser: Harm Goris, Katholieke Theologische Universiteit, Utrecht
Moderator: Harm Goris
Paper 718-a: Thomas on Temporality and Eternal Life (Language: English)
Rudi te Velde, Faculty of Theology, Katholieke Universiteit Barabant, Tilburg
Paper 718-b: Interpreting 'Eternality' in Aquinas (Language: English)
Harm Goris
Paper 718-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 719
Title: LIEBE FÜR DIE EWIGKEIT
Sponsors: Universität St Gallen and Universität Salzburg
Organisers: Paola Schulze-Belli, Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Uomo, Università degli Studi di Trieste and Margarete Springeth, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Moderator: Paola Schulze-Belli
Paper 719-a: Aeneas und Lavinia: Dauernde Liebe mit weitreichenden Folgen (Language: Deutsch)
Maria E. Dorninger, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 719-b: Love to God as the Premise for Love Here on Earth, and Vice Versa: Some Thoughts on Hartmann von Aue's Der arme Heinrich and Abelard and Heloise (Language: English)
Albrecht Classen, Department of German Studies, University of Arizona, Tucson
Paper 719-c: Liebe für immer - oder unter Zeitdruck: Ulrich von Liechtenstein (Language: Deutsch)
Ulrich Müller, Department of German, Universität Salzburg

Session: 720
Title: 'AB ANNO INCARNATIONIS DOMINI': THE EMERGENCE AND ACCURACY OF THE CHRISTIAN ERA II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Wesley M. Stevens, Department of History, University of Winnipeg, Manitoba
Paper 720-a: Theologies of Time According to the Venerable Bede and St Anselm (Language: English)
James McGhee, Department of Theology, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire
Paper 720-b: Sexta aetas continet annos praeteritos DCCVIIII (Bede, De temporibus 22): A Scribal Error? (Language: English)
Masako Ohashi, Nanzan University, Nagoya
Paper 720-c: The Dionysian Paschal Table and its Continuation in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Sumiki Awaya, Department of History, University of Durham

Session: 721
Title: LAS INFLUENCIAS DE LAS ESTRUCTURAS SOCIALES INDÍGENAS EN LA GÉNESIS DE LAS FORMACIONES POLÍTICAS TARDO-ANTIGUAS Y ALTO-MEDIEVALES DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA I
WITHDRAWN

Session: 722
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: ECONOMY, CRAFT SPECIALISATION AND TRADE I
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Keith Dobney, Environmental Archaeology Unit, Department of Biology, University of York
Paper 722-a: Did they Pay their Taxes? Animal Husbandry in Early Medieval Flanders, in an Integrated Economic and Ecological Context (Language: English)
Anton Ervynck, Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium, Asse
Paper 722-b: Centre, Periphery and the Political Economy of Scandinvian Scotland (Language: English)
James Barret, Department of Archaeology, University of York

Paper 722-c: Animal Husbandry and Patterns of Consumption at York (700-1500) (Language: English)
Terry O'Connor, Department of Archaeology, University of York

Session: 723
Title: EARLY WESTERN MONASTICISM: IDEALS AND PRACTICALITIES
Sponsors: University of Edinburgh and Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Organisers: Tony Goodman, Department of History, University of Edinburgh and Morgyn Wagner, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Alex Woolf, School of History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 723-a: Monks and Pastoral Work in the Dialogues of Gregory the Great (Language: English)
Marilyn Dunn, Department of History, University of Glasgow
Paper 723-b: 'First Perfection of Monks': Ritual Impurity and Asceticism (Language: English)
Morgyn Wagner
Paper 723-c: Women, Wine and Song: Merovingian Monasticism and the Politics of Poitier (Language: English)
Sarah Peterson, Department of History, University of Edinburgh

Session: 724
Title: LANDSCAPE OF LATE SAXON WESSEX II
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organisers: Jennifer MacDonald, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and Sam Turner, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Moderator: Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 724-a: 'Forð ic gefare...': Travelling in Late Saxon Wessex (Language: English)
Jennifer MacDonald
Paper 724-b: The Later Anglo-Saxon Church in the Landscape of Western Wessex (Language: English)
Sam Turner
Paper 724-c: Late Anglo-Saxon Perceptions of the Wessex Landscape (Language: English)
Sarah Semple, The Queen's College, University of Oxford


TUESDAY 11 JULY 2000: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 801
Title: BEOWULF
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Rainer Nagel, Department of English, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
Paper 801-a: Time Patterns in Beowulf: The Relationship between the Minor Digressions and the Composition of the Poem (Language: English)
Ágnes Kiricsi, School of English and American Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Paper 801-b: Beowulf's Social Position before the Fight against Grendel (Language: English)
Dongill Lee, Department of English, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul
Paper 801-c: From 'Blode Fah' to 'Fæhðo' and 'Feondscipe': The Theme of Death in Beowulf (Language: English)
Amy Elizabeth Holden, Department of Medieval Studies, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Session: 802
Title: SEEING IS BELIEVING? VIRTUAL REALITY AND THE MEDIEVAL CLASSROOM - A WORKSHOP
Organiser: Christopher Fee, Department of English, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania
Moderator: Martin Foys, Department of English, Florida State University, Tallahassee
Purpose: In this workshop we will demonstrate and discuss teleconferencing technology, Quick-Time Virtual Reality (QTVR) panoramas, Smooth Move spherical imaging, and digital video and audio. We then will examine the role of these technologies in the attempt to extend the classroom both onto multiple campuses and into significant cultural and archaeological sites. Building on the extremely successful foundation of last year's technology and pedagogy session at Leeds, this workshop will begin with a demonstration of various attempts to utilize cutting-edge technology in the medieval classroom, and with a discussion of the theories, technology, and pitfalls involved. The session then will open up into a wider discussion of the uses and abuses of virtual reality technology in the teaching of medieval materials. Participants in this workshop will include Mark Albert (Gettysburg College), Christopher Fee, Charles Hannon (Gettysburg College), Mark Sanderson (University of Sheffield) and Joseph Zoller (Gettysburg College).

Session: 803
Title: CLOTHING AND BODILY ADORNMENT OF THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: International Centre for Medieval Art, New York
Organiser: Anne McClanan, Department of Art, Portland State University, Oregon
Moderator: Anne McClanan
Paper 803-a: Reconstructing Late Antique Costume and Fashion History (Language: English)
Thelma Thomas, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 803-b: '...and eek in what array they were inne': Reading Dress in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Cleanness and the Alliterative Tradition (Language: English)
Patricia A. Price, University of Minnesota, Salem
Paper 803-c: Clad in Christ's Skin: Saint Humility of Faenza and her Fleece (Language: English)
Elizabeth Dunn, Department of Art, Music and Theatre, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

Session: 804
Title: THE WHITE MANTLE OF CHURCHES III
Organisers: Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University and Nancy Wu, The Cloisters Museum, New York
Moderator: Nigel L. Hiscock
Paper 804-a: The Survival of Anglo-Saxon Motifs in Post-Conquest Architecture (Language: English)
Malcolm Thurlby, Department of Visual Arts, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 804-b: Church Building in Italy around the Year 1000: A Reappraisal (Language: English)
Charles McClendon, Department of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Paper 804-c: Difference without Change: Church Building after the Year 1000 (Language: English)
Janice Mann, Department of Art, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania

Session: 805
Title: THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN HERESY AND ORTHODOXY IN THE MIDDLE AGES II
Organiser: Jessalynn Bird, The Queen's College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Andrew P. Roach, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 805-a: From Feast to Fast: The Problem of the Endura (Language: English)
Wendy Love Anderson, University of Chicago, Illinois
Paper 805-b: Reginald Pecock and the History of Heresy (Language: English)
Mishtooni Bose, Department of English, University of Southampton
Paper 805-c: (moved from 705) Marie d'Oignies: Perfecta or Saint? (Language: English)
Jessalynn Bird

Session: 806
Title: NOBLESSE OBLIGE IN ARTHURIAN AND JAPANESE STORYTELLING
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Michelle Sweeney, Department of Old and Middle English, University College, Dublin
Paper 806-a: The Timing of Counsel Scenes in Arthurian Romance: Rejecting the Advice of Noble Hosts in Hartmann von Aue's Erec (Language: English)
Joseph M. Sullivan, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma, Norman
Paper 806-b: From the French Prose Merlin to Of Arthour and of Merlyn: Mutations and Continuity (Language: English)
Anne Berthelot, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Paper 806-c: Nobility in Death in Arthurian Romance and in the Heike Monogatari (Language: English)
Yuko Tagaya, Department of Literature, Kanto Gaguin University, Yokohama

Session: 807
Title: VIOLENCE AND TOLERANCE IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETY
Organiser: Sophia Menache, Department of History, University of Haifa
Moderator: Sophia Menache
Paper 807-a: Gender and Violence in the Latin East (Language: English)
Sylvia Schein, Department of History, University of Haifa
Paper 807-b: Violence and Tolerance toward Captives in the Latin Kingdom (Language: English)
Yvonne Friedman, Department of History, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan
Paper 807-c: Violence and Empathy toward Animals in Medieval Christendom (Language: English)
Sophia Menache

Session: 808
Title: 'DULLFUL DEAÞ DESERVÈD': INFAMOUS AND INGLORIOUS DEATHS OF THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Dana Cushing, Independent Scholar, North York, Ontario
Moderator: Dana Cushing
Paper 808-a: Biothanatus: Damnation, Salvation and the Eucharist in Accounts of the Death of William Rufus (Language: English)
Michael R. Evans, Department of History, Christ Church University College, Canterbury
Paper 808-b: Infamy, Death and Salvation: The Differential Treatment Accorded Male and Female Sinners in Gautier de Coinci's Miracles de Nostre Dame (Language: English)
Kathy Krause, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Missouri, Kansas City

Paper 808-c: Violent Death as Commentary on Vice-Ridden Lives in the Memoirs of Guibert de Nogent (Language: English)
Dawn Marie Hayes, Department of History and Political Science, Iona College, New Rochelle, New York
Paper 808-d: WITHDRAWN

Session: 809
Title: MEDIA AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF MEMORY II: LATE MEDIEVAL DEVOTION
Sponsor: Graduate Medievalists' Group, University of Birmingham
Organiser: Wendy Scase, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Wendy Scase
Paper 809-a: Erasing Images: Iconoclasm and the Cult of the Saints in Late Medieval East Anglia (Language: English)
David Griffith, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Paper 809-b: 'Memento Mori': The 'Ars Moriendi' in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
Satoko Tokunaga, Keio University, Tokyo
Paper 809-c: Mnemonic Devices in the Construction of Piety: Reading Practices in the Use of a 15th-Century Missal (Language: English)
Elizabeth Salter, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury

Session: 810
Title: GENDER AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD I: AN INTRODUCTION
Sponsors: University of Birmingham and University of St Andrews
Organisers: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham and Julia M. H. Smith, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
Moderator: Julia M. H. Smith
Introduction: Leslie Brubaker and Julia M. H. Smith
Paper 810-a: Gender and the Rhetoric of Magic in Late Antique Judaism (Language: English)
Melissa Aubin, Department of Religion, University of Florida, Gainesville
Paper 810-b: Gender and Antisexuality in Pagan and Christian Biographies (Language: English)
Danny Praet, Department of Romance Languages, Universiteit Gent
Paper 810-c: Abbasid Femininities (Language: English)
Julia Bray, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews

Session: 811
Title: GENDER AND WORK IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Isabel M. Davis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Kim M. Phillips, Department of History, University of Auckland
Paper 811-a: The Body of the Labouring Man: Julian of Norwich's Parable of the Lord and Servant (Language: English)
Isabel M. Davis
Paper 811-b: Delvers and Spinsters: Gender and Work in Late Medieval English Towns (Language: English)
Jeremy Goldberg, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 811-c: 'Withoute her wages she can not lyffe': The Single Woman as 'Honest Worker' in Chancery Petitions (Language: English)
Cordelia Beattie, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 812
Title: LATE MEDIEVAL YORKSHIRE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Craig Taylor, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 812-a: The King's Administration in Late Medieval Yorkshire (Language: English)
Jonathan Mackman, E179 Project, University of Cambridge/Public Record Office, Kew
Paper 812-b: The King's Own Law in God's Own County (Language: English)
Anthony J. Musson, School of Law, University of Exeter
Paper 812-c: Political Society in the West Riding of Yorkshire (1399-1461) (Language: English)
Mark C. Punshon, Department of History, University of York

Session: 813
Title: SOCIETY FOR 14TH-CENTURY STUDIES II: WARFARE AND CHIVALRY
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth-Century Studies
Organiser: Chris Given-Wilson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Chris Given-Wilson
Paper 813-a: The English at Crécy (Language: English)
Andrew Ayton, Department of History, University of Hull
Paper 813-b: The Court of Chivalry: Its Jurisdiction (Language: English)
Maurice H. Keen, Balliol College, University of Oxford
Paper 813-c: Prisoners of the Battle of Poitier (Language: English)
Chris Given-Wilson

Session: 814
Title: DRAMATIC TIME AND TIMING IN THE ENGLISH PLAYS
Organiser: Peter Meredith, School of English, University of Leeds
Moderator: Asunción Salvador-Rabaza Ramos, Department of English, Universitat de València
Paper 814-a: 'Ready' and 'Waiting', 'Here' and 'Now': Timing Theatrical Action in the English Medieval Theatre (Language: English)
Philip Butterworth, Bretton Hall, University of Leeds, Wakefield
Paper 814-b: 'Stripes on thy arse... raps on thy pate': Timing Cross Words and Violent Action (Language: English)
John Marshall, Department of Drama, University of Bristol
Paper 814-c: 'A Sunday next... at vi of the belle': The Timing of Plays in England (Language: English)
Peter Meredith

Session: 815
Title: ASPECTS OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC NOTATION
Sponsor: Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California, Los Angeles
Organiser: Blair Sullivan, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California, Los Angeles
Moderator: Blair Sullivan
Paper 815-a: 'Inprimiturque Memoriae': Further Thoughts on the Origins and Implications of Isidore's Memorial Metaphor (Language: English)
Blair Sullivan
Paper 815-b: Guillaume de Machaut: Notation and the Compositional Process (Language: English)
Marie Louise Göllner, Department of Musicology, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 815-c: Early Keyboard Music: The Origins of Modern Notation (Language: English)
Theodor Göllner, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Session: 816
Title: DECEIVED, BETRAYED AND CIRCUMVENTED: ABUSED AND MISUNDERSTOOD RITUALS IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETIES
Organiser: Theo Broekmann, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 816-a: The Pitfalls of Rituals: Theory and Political Practice of Ritual (Language: English)
Bjorn Weiler, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 816-b: What Can a Ritual Bring About? On the Question of Validity and Duration of Ritual Agreements (Language: English)
Ingmar Krause, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 816-c: Using and Abusing Documents in Political Rituals in Late Medieval Switzerland (Language: English)
Simon Teuscher, Department of History, University of California, Los Angeles

Session: 817
Title: THE PROBLEM OF SOVEREIGNTY IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES: THE LEGACY OF MICHAEL WILKS
Sponsor: Politicas: Society for the Study of Medieval Political Thought
Organiser: Takashi Shogimen, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Anthony D. Wright, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 817-a: The Idea of the Mystical Body in the Work of Michael Wilks (Language: English)
Diane Wood, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 817-b: The Problem of Sovereignty, Augustine of Ancona and Michael Wilks: The Continental Dimension (Language: English)
Katherine Walsh, Department of History, Paris-Lodron-Universität, Salzburg
Paper 817-c: Politics, Property and Priesthood: Michael Wilks's Work on John Wyclif (Language: English)
Anne Hudson, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford

Session: 818
Title: TIME AND TIME-CYCLES IN ANGLO-SAXON ECCLESIASTICAL LIFE
Sponsors: School of English and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Joyce Hill, School of English/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Sarah Larratt Keefer, Department of English Literature, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario
Paper 818-a: Time Concepts and Time Words in Old English Rules for Monks, Canons and Parish Priests (Language: English)
Hans Sauer, Department of English, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München
Paper 818-b: Coping with Conflict: Lunar and Solar Cycles in the Liturgical Calendars (Language: English)
Joyce Hill
Paper 818-c: Dreaming in Latin: Anglo-Saxon Lunar Prognostics in Context (Language: English)
Roy M. Liuzza, Department of English, Tulane University, New Orleans

Session: 819
Title: WAHNSINN UND TRAUM IM HÖFISCHEN ROMAN: ZWISCHEN ZEIT UND EWIGKEIT
WITHDRAWN
NEW: Session: 819
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE VIII: PASTORAL CARE
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: James M. Powell, Department of History, Syracuse University, New York
Paper 819-a: 'Et lo camerengo...sia religioso': Friars and City Administration in Italy (1220-1350) (Language: English)
Frances Andrews, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 819-b: Unpopular Piety in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Mark Zier
Paper 819-c: The Very Special Living: Anchorites as Relics and Anchorholds as Reliquaries (Language: English)
Joanne Maguire Robinson, Department of Religious Studies, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Paper 819-d: Political Imagery in the Bolton Hours (York Minster Add. MS 2) (Language: English)
John Osborne, Department of History of Art, University of Victoria, British Columbia

Session: 820
Title: CHRONOLOGY IN CONTEXT
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ann Marie Caron, Department of Religious Studies, Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, Connecticut
Paper 820-a: Connecting Christ's Work of Salvation and Present Church Experience through Time: Chronography and Chronographies in Orderic Vitalis' Historia ecclesiastica (Language: English)
Elisabeth Mégier, Independent Scholar, Milan
Paper 820-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 820-c: L'importance du calendrier dans le Roman de Flamenca (Language: Français)
Ute Limacher-Riebold, Department of Romance, Universität Zürich

Session: 821
Title: LAS INFLUENCIAS DE LAS ESTRUCTURAS SOCIALES INDÍGENAS EN LA GÉNESIS DE LAS FORMACIONES POLÍTICAS TARDO-ANTIQUAS Y ALTO-MEDIEVALES DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA II
WITHDRAWN

Session: 822
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: ECONOMY, CRAFT SPECIALISATION AND TRADE II
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Anton Ervynck, Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium, Asse
Paper 822-a: Pottery Production and Trade in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Alan G. Vince
Paper 822-b: Patterns of Craft Specialisation and Trade on the High-Status Anglo-Saxon Settlement at Flixborough, and its Wider Context (600-1000) (Language: English)
Christopher Loveluck
Paper 822-c: Pigs, Porpoises and Power: The Role of Animals at the Middle to Late Saxon Settlement at Flixborough (Language: English)
Keith Dobney, Environmental Archaeology Unit, Department of Biology, University of York

Session: 823
Title: LAY DEVOTIONAL PRACTICES
WITHDRAWN
Please note that paper 823-b by Joanne Maguire Robinson and Paper 823-d by John Osborne have been moved to session 817.

Session: 824
Title: RE-IMAGINING LITERARY LANDSCAPES
Organisers: Anne Laskaya, Department of English, University of Oregon, Eugene and Eve Salisbury, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York
Moderator: Georgiana Donavin, Department of English, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah
Paper 824-a: The Lai of the Landscape in 14th-Century Middle English Narrative and Lyrics (Language: English)
David Lampe, Buffalo State College, New York
Paper 824-b: Urban Landscapes and Social Identity in Havelok the Dane (Language: English)
Eve Salisbury
Paper 824-c: WITHDRAWN


TUESDAY 11 JULY 2000: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 902
Title: CURRENT AWARENESS: LOOKING FORWARD AND COMPARING BACKWARD THROUGH THE 1990S - A WORKSHOP
Organisers: Janice Bogstad, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and Philip E. Kaveny
Purpose: During the 1990s, there has been a 1000 fold increase of access to the Internet, also apparent in Medieval Studies. Yet attendees at our previous Leeds presentations have made us aware of a gulf between high end users and the average scholar, as well as North American and Western European users in relation to the rest of the world. We propose a current awareness project that gives an overview of this year's projects. The Internet will be used to monitor current work, according to area divisions of the Congress, and to make comparisons with ongoing efforts, with a concentration on monitoring and quality-assessment factors.

Session: 913
Title: PERFORMING DRAMA: THE USE OF MEDIEVAL THEATRE IN THE CLASSROOM - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Donald Perret, Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts
Moderator: Simonetta Cochis, Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky
Purpose: This round table discussion is devoted to the use of performance in the teaching of medieval drama. An important tool in the instruction of language, theatre and literature, the actual viewing of plays from the period, secular or religious, live or on video, changes the student's (and often the teacher's) perspective and opens up the classroom to a variety of questions of both pedagogic and scholarly interest: linguistic significance, historical placement, textual analysis, staging considerations and audience reception. Ultimately, the aim of the session will be to encourage an exciting exchange of ideas and methods for the implementation of performance activities in the classroom. Participants in the discussion will include Mark Cruse (New York University), Kathy Krause (University of Missouri), Yvonne LeBlanc (North Broward Preparatory School), Jane Oakshott (Leeds) and Donald Perret (Emerson College).

Session: 914
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE IX: A MEMORY AND A PROMISE - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organisers: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: James M. Powell, Department of History, Syracuse University, New York
Purpose: This Round Table forms a forum which enables us to look at the life and work of our friend and colleague Leonard Boyle in the field of Medieval Studies - his contribution as teacher and leader; guide to the past and innovator to the future. It is hoped that the IMC will provide a permanent strand in his memory even if he himself is irreplaceable. Participants in this open discussion will include Maria Elena Bertoldi (Soprintendenza Archeologica di Roma), Barry Dobson (University of Cambridge), Simon Gaine (University of Oxford), James R. Ginther (University of Leeds), Lesley Smith (University of Oxford), Margaret Wade Labarge (Ottawa University), Marjorie Curry Woods (University of Texas), Anthony D. Wright (University of Leeds) and Mark Zier (University of the Pacific).


WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2000: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 1001
Title: OLD ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE: CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC CONNECTIONS
Sponsors: School of English and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mary Swan, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1001-a: Translations and Translation Techniques in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Christine Thijs, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1001-b: On the Concept of 'Soul', 'Spirit' and 'Mind' in Anglo-Saxon and Old Saxon Christian Poetry (Language: English)
Sabrina Frau, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1001-c: Structure and Function of Old English and Old Norse Flytings (Language: English)
Antje Frotscher, Christ Church, University of Oxford
Paper 1001-d: French Loan Words in Old English (Language: English)
Ferdinand von Mengden, Department of English, Freie Universität, Berlin

Session: 1003
Title: MANUSCRIPT ART
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Pierre-Alain Mariaux, Department of Art History, University of Chicago, Illinois
Paper 1003-a: Un Art aux frontières du Temps: Les 'portraits' de cour dans les manuscrits enluminés en Savoie à la fin du Moyen Âge (Language: Français)
Nathalie Foron-Dauphin, Department of the History of Art, Université Blaise-Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand
Paper 1003-b: Ten Arezzo Folios and the Politics of Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Rebecca W. Corrie, Department of Fine Arts, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine
Paper 1003-c: Flattering Founders: Genealogical Imagery in German Cloister Chronicles (Language: English)
Joan A. Holladay, Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas, Austin

Session: 1004
Title: THE FLORENTINE HOUSEHOLD IN THE 14TH AND 15TH CENTURIES
Sponsors: Medieval Urban Household Research Group, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and the IMC Programming Committee
Organiser: Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Simon R. Ditchfield, Department of History, University of York
Paper 1004-a: The Representation of the Florentine Domestic Circle in Dante's Comedy, Paradiso XV-XVI (Language: English)
Catherine Keen, Department of Italian, University of Leeds
Paper 1004-b: Private Tutors in Florentine Households from the Later 14th to the End of the 15th Century (Language: English)
Robert D. Black, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1004-c: Hierarchies of Housing and Social Status in the Florentine Countryside in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Amanda Lillie, Department of Art History, University of York

Session: 1005
Title: VARIETIES OF CONVERSION I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1005-a: Holy Trees and Sacred Groves in the Transition to Christianity in Ireland (Language: English)
Carole M. Cusack, School of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney
Paper 1005-b: Lay Response to Methods of Conversion (Language: English)
Alexandra Sanmark, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 1005-c: Making History out of Nothing: Investigating the Danish Parish Conversion (Language: English)
Morten Pedersen, Department of History, Aalborg Universitet

Session: 1006
Title: POWER, POTENCY AND IMPOTENCE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sheila Roberts, Department of English, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia
Paper 1006-a: Gender, Divination and their Relation to Sacred Order in Some Early Irish Tales (Language: English)
Gerd Pettersson, Department of Religious Studies, Göteborgs Universitet
Paper 1006-b: Foucauldian Griselda: Chaucer's Clerk's Tale and the Loss of Agency (Language: English)
Andrew James Johnston, Department of English, Freie Universität, Berlin
Paper 1006-c: The Performance of Masculinity and Femininity: Gender Transgression in The Soudone of Babylone (Language: English)
Bonnie Millar, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham

Session: 1007
Title: GENDERING THE CRUSADES I
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East
Organisers: Susan B. Edgington, Huntingdonshire Regional College, Huntingdon and Sarah Lambert, Department of History, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
Moderator: Susan B. Edgington
Paper 1007-a: Crusading or Spinning? A Question of Gender Role Definition (Language: English)
Sarah Lambert
Paper 1007-b: Women in Crusade Sources: What Can We Know? (Language: English)
Anne Gilmour-Bryson, Department of History, University of Melbourne
Paper 1007-c: Virile Latins, Effeminate Greeks and Masculine Virgins: Gender Definitions on Crusade? (Language: English)
Matthew Bennett, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst

Session: 1008
Title: RECONSTRUCTING THE MEDIEVAL ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE HUMAN MIND: FAUNA
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Organiser: Peter Dinzelbacher, Department of History, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey
Moderator: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 1008-a: The Camel: Perspectives and Meanings in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Nigel Harris, Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville
Paper 1008-b: Saints and Other Horse Mutilators (Language: English)
Malcolm H. Jones, Department of English Language and Linguistics, University of Sheffield
Paper 1008-c: Animals on Trial in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Peter Dinzelbacher

Session: 1009
Title: THE USE AND USELESSNESS OF MEDIEVAL LITERACY I
Organiser: Mariëlle Hageman, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 1009-a: The Inconsequences of Medieval Literacy (Language: English)
Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1009-b: The Usefulness of Rituals in the 9th and 10th Centuries (Language: English)
Mariëlle Hageman
Paper 1009-c: Why Bother to Write? The Use and Uselessness of Producing Charters in Legal Conflicts (8th-11th Centuries) (Language: English)
Karl J. Heidecker, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1010
Title: GENDER AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD II: THE ROYAL COURTS
Sponsors: University of Birmingham and University of St Andrews
Organisers: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham and Julia M. H. Smith, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
Moderator: Leslie Brubaker
Paper 1010-a: From Rome to Byzantium: The Transformation of the Court Eunuch (Language: English)
Shaun Tougher, School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University
Paper 1010-b: Gender and Courts in the Early Medieval West (Language: English)
Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1010-c: Brideshows Revisited (Language: English)
Mayke de Jong, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1011
Title: ALBERTANUS OF BRESCIA I
Organiser: Sabrina Corbellini, Department of Dutch, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Moderator: James M. Powell, Department of History, Syracuse University, New York
Paper 1011-a: Revenge or Justice? The Juridical Thoughts of Albertanus of Brescia and their Influence in the Low Countries (Language: English)
Jacqueline van Leeuwen, Department of Medieval History, Universiteit Leuven
Paper 1011-b: From Liber consolationis et consilii to the Dutch Verse Mellibeus: Translation or Adaptation? (Language: English)
Mieke de Jong, Department of Dutch, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Paper 1011-c: Albertanus in Print (Language: English)
Angus Graham, School of English, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Session: 1012
Title: BIOGRAPHIE ET NORD-OUEST DE L'EUROPE (XIIE-XVE SIÈCLES)
Sponsor: Université d'Artois, Arras
Organiser: Gérard Sivéry, Université de Lille III
Moderator: Gérard Sivéry
Paper 1012-a: Le Prince Louis (futur Louis VIII) et son séjour en Angleterre (1216-1217) (Language: Français)
Gérard Sivéry
Paper 1012-b: Isabelle de Portugal, duchesse de Bourgogne: Une femme diplomate au XVe Siècle (Language: Français)
Monique Somme, Université d'Artois, Arras
Paper 1012-c: Philippe d'Alsace: Un homme hors du commun (Language: Français)
Stéphane Curveiller, Université d'Artois, Arras
Paper 1012-d: Jean de Bourgogne: Bâtard et évêque de Cambrai (XVe siècle) (Language: Français)
Christophe Leduc, Université d'Artois, Arras

Session: 1013
Title: BATTLES
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organisers: Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland/The Royal Armouries, Leeds and Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Kelly DeVries
Paper 1013-a: The Viking Raids in Their Historical Context During the Reign of Charles the Bald, 840-877 (Language: English)
Carroll Gillmor, Independent Scholar, Salt Lake City, Utah
Paper 1013-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1013-c: Arms and Armour in the Carolingian Empire: To Scara or Not to Scara (Language: English)
John France, Department of History, University of Wales, Swansea

Session: 1014
Title: THE FRENCH CONSTRUCT THEIR MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Studies in Medievalism
Organiser: Kathleen Verduin, Studies in Medievalism, Holland, Michigan
Moderator: Gwendolyn A. Morgan, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman
Paper 1014-a: Hugo's Monster: Medievalism and the Historical Novel in French Romanticism (Language: English)
Michael Glencross, Department of French, University College of Ripon and York St John, Ripon
Paper 1014-b: Celebration Medieval Style: Late 19th-Century French Interpretations of Life in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Elizabeth Emery, Department of French, Montclair State University, New Jersey
Paper 1014-c: Of Revolutions, Republics and Spires: The Gothic Cathedral and 19th-Century France (Language: English)
Stephanie A. Moore, Department of Comparative Literature, Indiana University, Bloomington

Session: 1015
Title: CRITICAL APPROACHES TO POLYPHONY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Paper 1015-a: Do the Figurae elocutionis Have a Musical Counterpart in Perotin's Tripla and Quadrupla? (Language: English)
Fred Flindell
Paper 1015-b: Latin and French Motets of the 13th-Century: A Non-Conformist Genre of Poetry and Music (Language: English)
Hendrik van der Werf
Paper 1015-c: The Anonymous Music Treatises of Paris BNF 15128 (Language: English)
John Gray, College of Music, University of Colorado, Boulder

Session: 1016
Title: HISTORY OF MEDICINE I: PROFESSIONS AND PROFESSIONALISATION
Organisers: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Rudolph Ladan, Department of the History of Medicine, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden and Catharina Santing, Instituto Olandese, Roma
Moderator: Rudolph Ladan
Paper 1016-a: The Role of Jewish Doctors in the Transmission of Medical Knowledge in Medieval Germany (Language: English)
Kay Peter Jankrift, Institute for Theory and History of Medicine, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1016-b: Midwife Wanted: The Emerging Medical Network of a Dutch Town (Language: English)
Dick E. H. de Boer
Paper 1016-c: Problems of the Heart at the Papal Court in the Renaissance (Language: English)
Catharina Santing
Paper 1016-d: 'Medicina dividitur in duas partes, id est theoricam et practicam': The Medieval Medical Manuscripts of the Benedictine Monastery of Admont (Austria) and their Practical Usage (Language: English)
Andrea Rzihacek-Bedö, Department of Medieval History, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

Session: 1017
Title: TIME AND RITUAL
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Wim Verbaal, Department of Medieval Latin, Universiteit Gent
Paper 1017-a: The Symbolic Power of Ritualisation: Humiliation of Relics and Sacred Images in Anjou (996-1082) (Language: English)
Kim Esmark, Department of History and Social Theory, Roskilde Universitet
Paper 1017-b: When He Grows Up: From Boy to Man in Late Medieval Scottish Society (Language: English)
Katie Stevenson, Department of Scottish History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1017-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 1018
Title: ANGLO-SAXON ESCHATOLOGY AND MILLENNIAL ANGST
Organiser: Thomas N. Hall, Department of English, University of Illinois, Chicago
Moderator: Roy M. Liuzza, Department of English, Tulane University, New Orleans
Paper 1018-a: The Final Countdown: Millennarian Expectations in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Rolf H. Bremmer, Department of English, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Paper 1018-b: The Anglo-Saxon Antichrist: 'Þaet is on Englisc, Godes wiðersaca' (Language: English)
David F. Johnson, Department of English, Florida State University, Tallahassee
Paper 1018-c: The Psychedelic Transmogrification of the Soul in Vercelli Homily IV and Some Related Problems in Early Insular Eschatology (Language: English)
Thomas N. Hall

Session: 1019
Title: ETERNITY ON STAGE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Margaret Rogerson, Department of English, University of Sydney
Paper 1019-a: The Concept of Time and Eternity and its Representation on Stage in French and English Moralities (Language: English)
Nathalie Davaut, Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, North Carolina
Paper 1019-b: Doing Time in Hell (Language: English)
Elizabeth Baldwin, University of Cape Town

Paper 1019-c: Some Paradoxes of the Semantics of Time and Eternity in Corpus Christi Plays (Language: English)
Asunción Salvador-Rabaza Ramos, Department of English, Universidad de València

Session: 1020
Title: PERIODISING THE AFTERLIFE: A CRITICAL ENQUIRY
Organiser: Michelle Lucey-Roper, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
Moderator: David Ganz, Department of Classics, King's College, University of London
Paper 1020-a: On Earth as it is in Heaven? Historical 'Crises' and Changing Views of Eschatology (3rd-7th Centuries) (Language: English)
Isabel Moreira, Department of History, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
Paper 1020-b: Weeds in the Garden of Christian Thought: Historiographical Perspectives on Merovingian Visions of the Otherworld (Language: English)
Michelle Lucey-Roper
Paper 1020-c: Further Reflections on the Politics of Dreaming in the Carolingian Empire (Language: English)
Paul Dutton, Department of History, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia

Session: 1022
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: TOWNS AND THEIR HINTERLANDS I
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Hans Louis Janssen, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1022-a: The Hinterlands of the Southern English Emporia: A Comparative Approach (Language: English)
Ben Palmer, Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford

Paper 1022-b: Merovingian and Carolingian Urban Settlements in the Meuse Valley (Language: English)
Wim Dijkman, Town Archaeology Service, Maastricht
Paper 1022-c: The 'Hammaburg' and the Early History of Hamburg (Language: English)
Ralf Busch, Helms Museum/Hamburger Museum für Archäologie und die Geschichte Harburgs

Session: 1023
Title: CISTERCIAN BOOKS AND LIBRARIES
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 1023-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1023-b: Les éditions modernes d'auteurs médiévaux présentes dans les bibliothèques cisterciennes au XVIII siècle (Language: Français)
Jean-Yves Ricordeau, Université de Liège
Paper 1023-c: A Box of Delights: The Library of the Abbey of Quincy (Yonne) from the 12th Century to the French Revolution (Language: English)
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's

Session: 1024
Title: CHAUCER'S GENDERED HISTORIES
Organiser: Nancy Bradley Warren, Department of English, Utah State University, Logan
Moderator: Sylvia Federico, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1024-a: The Value of Virtue: Women, Production and Symbolic Capital in the Legend of Good Women and the Second Nun's Tale (Language: English)
Nancy Bradley Warren
Paper 1024-b: Exclusionary Tactics: Gender, Incest and Ethnography in Chaucer's Squire's Tale (Language: English)
Alan S. Ambrisco, Department of English, University of Akron, Ohio
Paper 1024-c: The Trouble with History: Chaucer's Poetic History of Women (Language: English)
Gregory Wilsbacher, University of South Carolina, Columbia


WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2000: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 1101
Title: ANGLO-SAXON POETRY IN ITS 10TH-CENTURY CONTEXT
Organiser: Michael Drout, Department of English, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts
Moderator: Michael Drout
Paper 1101-a: Elene and the Cross in the 10th Century (Language: English)
Christina M. Heckman, Department of English, Loyola University, Chicago
Paper 1101-b: The Seafarer as a 10th-Century Poem (Language: English)
Robert M. Butler, Alcorn State University, Lornman, Mississippi
Paper 1101-c: Reading the Ruthwell Cross Poem in/into the 10th Century (Language: English)
Patrick W. Conner, Department of English, West Virginia University, Morgantown

Session: 1102
Title: ITER AND THE INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL BIBLIOGRAPHY: BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND GATEWAYS TO THE MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE PERIODS - A WORKSHOP
Organiser: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers, Saltaire
Moderator: Robert E. Bjork, Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe
Purpose: The plethora of material available today for scholars increasingly cries out for reliable resources that will provide an analytical, critical and multilingual entry-point for researchers and students. This workshop examines initiatives in Arizona, Leeds, Toronto and at a pan-European level to provide such gateways, whether electronic or printed, to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The particular subjects addressed will be the development of the Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance (William R. Bowen, University of Toronto), the past, present and future of the International Medieval Bibliography (Alan V. Murray, University of Leeds), and principles and methods of subject access to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (Margaret English-Haskin, University of Toronto).

Session: 1103
Title: THE TYMPANUM IN MEDIEVAL IBERIA: STRUCTURE, IMAGES AND AUDIENCE I
Organisers: José Luis Senra Gabriel y Galan, Department of Art History, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela and Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras, Department of Art History, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Moderator: Andreas Petzold, Open University, London
Paper 1103-a: Trinitarian Images: From Alquezar to Jaca (Language: English)
Harriet M. Sonne, Institute of Art History, Københavns Universitet/University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1103-b: The Seal of God over the Threshold: Chrismon Tympana in Navarro-Aragonese Romanesque (Language: English)
Dulce Ocon, Department of Art History, Universidad del Pais Vasco, Vizcaya
Paper 1103-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 1104
Title: CULTURAL EXCHANGE, TRADE AND BOOTY IN THE LATE MEDIEVAL PERIOD
Organiser: Z. J. Kosztolnyik, College of Liberal Arts/Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Moderator: Z. J. Kosztolnyik
Paper 1104-a: Luxury Late Medieval Glass Objects as Trade, Plunder and Gift Exchange (Language: English)
Tim Novak, Fine Arts Collection, College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University, College Station
Paper 1104-b: Pirates in the Western Mediterranean (c. 1400) (Language: English)
Eleanor A. Congdon, Department of Social Science, Plymouth State College, New Hampshire
Paper 1104-c: The Impact of the Ottoman Threat on Hungarian Trade and Culture in the Late 15th and Early 16th Centuries (Language: English)
Sandor László Tóth, Department of Medieval and Early Modern History, University of Szeged

Session: 1105
Title: VARIETIES OF CONVERSION II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1105-a: Spiritual Mission and Temporal Mission towards Heathens: Ecclesiological Attitude and Historical Development under Innocent III (Language: English)
Barbara Bombi
Paper 1105-b: The Conversion of the Ilkhans and the Armenian Kingdom (Language: English)
Angus Stewart, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1105-c: 'Against the Will of the Parents': Late Medieval Christian Theologians on the Forcible Baptism of Jewish Children (Language: English)
Nancy L. Turner, Department of Social Sciences and History, University of Wisconsin, Platteville

Session: 1106
Title: AROUSING LOVE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sylvia Federico, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1106-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1106-b: Slippery Bodies: Corporal Fluidity in Medieval French Romance (Language: English)
Elizabeth Hubble, Department of Romance Languages, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 1106-c: 'Annexed to plesaunce': Elisabeth Woodville, Venus and Chaucer (Language: English)
Sheila Roberts, Department of English, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia

Session: 1107
Title: GENDERING THE CRUSADES II
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East
Organisers: Susan B. Edgington, Huntingdonshire Regional College, Huntingdon and Sarah Lambert, Department of History, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
Moderator: Sarah Lambert
Paper 1107-a: 'Sont çou ore les fems que jo voi la venir?' Women in the Chanson d'Antioche (Language: English)
Susan B. Edgington
Paper 1107-b: The Crusader's Departure and Return: A Later Perspective (Language: English)
Elizabeth Siberry, Independent Scholar, London
Paper 1107-c: 'The Curious Tale of Karbuqa's Second Sighted and Rapacious Mother': The Role of Karbuqa's Mother in the Gesta Francorum and Select Chronicles of the First Crusade (Language: English)
Natasha Hodgson, Department of History, University of Hull

Session: 1108
Title: RECONSTRUCTING THE MEDIEVAL ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE HUMAN MIND: FLORA
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Organiser: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Moderator: Richard Byrn, Department of German, University of Leeds
Paper 1108-a: The Flora of Medieval Germany: Botanical Treatises and Botanical History (Language: English)
Gerhard K. Helmstaedter, Institute for the History of Science, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 1108-b: The Flora of Secular German Love Poetry (Language: English)
Gertrud Blaschitz, Institut für Realienkunde, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Krems
Paper 1108-c: Plants and their Function in Religious Literature (Language: English)
Sieglinde Hartmann
Paper 1108-d: Archaeological Evidence for the Use of Plants in the Medieval German Empire (Language: English)
Marlu Kühn, Department of Botany, Universität Basel

Session: 1109
Title: THE USE AND USELESSNESS OF MEDIEVAL LITERACY II
Organiser: Mariëlle Hageman, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1109-a: The Uselessness of Hagiographic Texts as a Source for Medieval Literacy (Language: English)
Wolfert S. van Egmond, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1109-b: The Kingdom of Poland versus the Teutonic Knights: Oral Traditions and Literate Behaviour in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Anna Adamska, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Respondent: Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London

Session: 1110
Title: GENDER AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD III: LITERACY AND IMAGES
Sponsors: University of Birmingham and University of St Andrews
Organisers: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham and Julia M. H. Smith, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
Moderator: Rosamond McKitterick, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 1110-a: 'Appearance maketh the man' (Language: English)
Mary Harlow, Centre for Byzantine Studies, University of Birmingham

Paper 1110-b: The Perception of Women and Gender in Late Antique and Early Medieval Chronicles: A 'Transformation'? (Language: English)
Hans-Werner Goetz, Department of History, Universität Hamburg
Paper 1110-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 1111
Title: ALBERTANUS OF BRESCIA II
Organiser: Sabrina Corbellini, Department of Dutch, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Moderator: James M. Powell, Department of History, Syracuse University, New York
Paper 1111-a: Reading and Misreading Albertanus of Brescia: The Visual Evidence (Language: English)
William Askins, Community College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Paper 1111-b: Albertanus of Brescia in the Low Countries: A Study of the Manuscripts (Language: English)
Sabrina Corbellini
Respondent: Miriam Piters, Department of Germanic Languages, Universiteit van Antwerpen

Session: 1112
Title: RESOURCES OF POWER IN LATE MEDIEVAL BRITAIN I: KNIGHTS OF THE CROWN
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Durham
Organiser: Len Scales, Department of History, University of Durham
Moderator: Len Scales
Paper 1112-a: Crime and Conviction: The Unreliability of Royal Household Knights in Early 14th-Century England (Language: English)
Michael Prestwich, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 1112-b: Knights of Venus (Language: English)
W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1112-c: The 'Knights of the King's Household' in Late 13th-Century Ireland (Language: English)
Beth Hartland, Department of History, University of Durham

Session: 1113
Title: MILITARY ORGANISATION IN MEDIEVAL HUNGARY
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Organiser: Andrew Ayton, Department of History, University of Hull
Moderator: Andrew Ayton
Paper 1113-a: The Military Role of Towns in Hungary in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
István Petrovics, Attila Józef University, Szeged
Paper 1113-b: Les éléments orientaux de l'armée Hongroise au moyen âge (Language: Français)
Zoltan Korde, Attila Józef University, Szeged
Paper 1113-c: The Hungarian Military System in the Early 16th Century (Language: English)
Ferenc Sebök, Attila Józef University, Szeged

Session: 1114
Title: ADAPTING THE MIDDLE AGES TO AMERICA
Sponsor: Studies in Medievalism
Organiser: Kathleen Verduin, Studies in Medievalism, Holland, Michigan
Moderator: Gwendolyn A. Morgan, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman
Paper 1114-a: Medieval Herbals, Modern Healing (Language: English)
Tammy Anderson
Paper 1114-b: Medieval Saint, Modern Mystic: Joan of Arc in the 1999 Film (Language: English)
Gwendolyn A. Morgan

Paper 1114-c: Dantesque Autobiography and LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka (Language: English)
Dennis Looney, Department of French and Italian, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Session: 1115
Title: ICONOGRAPHY AND MUSIC IN ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS (13TH-EARLY 16TH CENTURIES)
Organiser: Marica Tacconi, School of Music, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Moderator: Marica Tacconi
Paper 1115-a: The Iconography of Musicians and Musical Instruments in Illuminated Manuscripts (Language: English)
Martine Clouzot, Université de Nantes
Paper 1115-b: El Cavaller de Colunya: Iconography for a Medieval Legend of the Rosary in a Spanish Kyriale (Language: English)
Lorenzo Candelaria, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Paper 1115-c: In Praise of the Lily: Civic Iconography in Florentine Liturgical Manuscripts (Language: English)
Marica Tacconi

Session: 1116
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL LATIN
Organiser: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Ian N. Wood
Paper 1116-a: Did Cassiodorus Have Any Political Purpose in Compiling the Variae? (Language: English)
S. J. B. Barnish, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 1116-b: Writing and Talking to Barbarian Kings (Language: English)
Danuta Shanzer, Department of Classics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Paper 1116-c: Even Priscian Nods (Language: English)
Roger Wright, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Liverpool

Session: 1117
Title: MEDIEVAL VIEWS OF THE AFTERLIFE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Copsey O. Carm., University of Aberdeen
Paper 1117-a: Spiritual Mentoring between Time and Eternity (Language: English)
Christine McCann, Department of History, Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont
Paper 1117-b: Nicholas of Cusa on the Nature of the Human Soul (Language: English)
Michel Lambert, Department of Philosophy, Université Catholique de Louvain
Paper 1117-c: Medieval Angelology and Political Philosophies (Language: English)
Jovino Miroy, Ateneo de Manila University/Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 1117-d: The Creation and Perishability of Paradise and Hell in Islamic Theology (Language: English)
Binyamin Abrahamov, Department of Arabic, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Session: 1118
Title: APOCALYPSES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Emmerson, Medieval Academy of America, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 1118-a: Icons of Time in Medieval Apocalypse (Language: English)
Alfonso Puigarnau, Faculty of Humanities, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
Paper 1118-b: The Apocalypse of St Sever: The Problem of Iconographic Sources and the Specific Character of the Imagery (Language: English)
Natalia Vedeneeva, Department of the History of Art, Moscow State University
Paper 1118-c: Body and Soul: Pearl and Apocalyptic Literature (Language: English)
Cynthia Kraman, College of New Rochelle, New York

Session: 1119
Title: TEMPORALITY AND VISUAL CULTURE: THE RHETORIC OF ETERNITY IN DRAMA AND ART
WITHDRAWN
Please note that paper 1119-c by Peter Nesteruk has been moved to session 706

Session: 1120
Title: SPIRITUAL TEMPORALITY, TEMPORAL SPIRITUALITY: EXPERIENCING ETERNITY
Organiser: Karen Jolly, Department of History, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Moderator: Catherine E. Karkov, Department of Art, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Paper 1120-a: Visualising Eternity in Time: Meditating on Anglo-Saxon Illustrations of Heaven and Hell (Language: English)
Karen Jolly
Paper 1120-b: God's Time and Man's Time: The Temporal as the Anglo-Saxons Saw it (Language: English)
Sarah Larratt Keefer, Department of English Literature, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario
Paper 1120-c: WITHDRAWN
NEW: Respondent: Catherine E. Karkov

Session: 1121
Title: INSIDERS AND OUTSIDERS IN MEDIEVAL ITALY/INDIGENI E STRANIERI NELL'ITALIA MEDIEVALE I
Sponsor: Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Organiser: Patricia E. Skinner, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Moderator: Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 1121-a: Indigeni e stranieri nell'Italia meridionale prenormanna (secoli X-XI) (Language: Italiano)
Vito Loré, Università di Firenze
Paper 1121-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1121-c: Frederick Barbarossa, the Treaty of Constance and the Alliance against the Normans (Language: English)
Jan-Paul Niederkorn, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

Session: 1122
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: TOWNS AND THEIR HINTERLANDS II
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Martin O. H. Carver, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 1122-a: The Development of London and its Hinterland (600-1500) (Language: English)
John Schofield, Department of Early London History and Collections, Museum of London
Paper 1122-b: Ipswich: Development and Context of an Urban Precursor in the 7th Century (Language: English)
Christopher Scull, English Heritage, London
Paper 1122-c: Ribe and its Role in Early Denmark (700-1250) (Language: English)
Claus Feveile, Den Antikvariske Samling i Ribe
Paper 1122-d: New Towns in Northern Brabant: Archaeological Evidence for Emergence and Decline (Language: English)
Hans Louis Janssen, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1123
Title: 'IN MEMORIAM': CISTERCIANS AND SEPULCHRES
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 1123-a: The Saint-Michael's Chapel at Ebrach Abbey: Architecture and Function as 'memoria' (Language: English)
Alexandra Kennedy, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 1123-b: Archaeological Evidence for Burial in Cistercian Precincts (Language: English)
Bruno Barber, Archaeology Service, Museum of London
Paper 1123-c: Tombstones and Sepulchres from Cistercian Abbeys in Mecklenburgh-Pomerania as 'memoria' for Community and Nobility (Language: English)
Christine Kratzke, Universität Kiel/G.W.Z.O., Leipzig

Session: 1124
Title: CHAUCER: CULTURAL TRANSLATIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Claire Jones, The Canterbury Tales Project, De Montford University, Leicester
Paper 1124-a: Rewriting the Canterbury Tales in Turkish (Language: English)
Huriye Reis, Department of English Language and Literature, Hacettepe University, Ankara
Paper 1124-b: The Significance of the Sea in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (Language: English)
Insung Lee, Department of English, Soongsil University, Seoul
Paper 1124-c: WITHDRAWN


WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2000: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 1201
Title: POETIC FRAMEWORKS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Robert M. Butler, Alcorn State University, Lornman, Mississippi
Paper 1201-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1201-b: Verbal Patterning in The Seafarer (Language: English)
Katalin Halácsy Scholz, Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Paper 1201-c: The Judgement Day in Early 8th-Century England and at the End of the 10th Century (Language: English)
Patrizia Lendinara, Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione, Università degli Studi di Palermo

Session: 1202
Title: THE PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE AS A CENTRE FOR MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN RESEARCH
Sponsor: Public Record Office, Kew
Organiser: Nick Barratt, Public Record Office, Kew
Moderator: David Grummitt, University of Oxford
Paper 1202-a: Developing a Medieval and Early Modern Enquiry Service (Language: English)
Sean Cunningham, Public Record Office, Kew
Paper 1202-b: The Study Time Initiative: Promoting New Research within the Public Record Office (Language: English)
Malcolm Mercer, Public Record Office, Kew
Paper 1202-c: Encouraging Academic Research at the Public Record Office (Language: English)
Nick Barratt

Session: 1203
Title: THE TYMPANUM IN MEDIEVAL IBERIA: STRUCTURE, IMAGES AND AUDIENCE II
Organisers: Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras, Department of Art History, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela and José Luis Senra Gabriel y Galan, Department of Art History, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Moderator: Andreas Petzold, Open University, London
Paper 1203-a: A New Context for the Tympanum of the Lamb Portal at San Isidoro, Leon (Language: English)
Therese Martin Elliott, Department of History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Paper 1203-b: Making the Profane Sacred: The Knight and the Lion at Penamaior (Language: English)
Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras
Paper 1203-c: The Persuasive Image as a Central Motif of Discourse: Christ Showing his Wounds and Leviathan (Language: English)
Manuel A. Castiñeiras Gonzalez, Department of Art History, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Session: 1204
Title: EARTHLY TREASURE - ETERNAL WEALTH
Sponsors: University College of Ripon and York St John and University of York
Organisers: Matthew Cutler, University College of Ripon and York St John, York and Robert Wright, University College of Ripon and York St John, York
Moderator: Wendy R. Childs, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1204-a: Kirkstall Abbey: The Development of a Cistercian Grange Estate (Language: English)
Robert Wright
Paper 1204-b: Crossing the Border: Yorkshire Families in Scotland (1124-1214) (Language: English)
Matthew Cutler
Paper 1204-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 1205
Title: MARRIAGE: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Lynn Forest-Hill, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 1205-a: Property and Virginity: Changes in the Meaning of Marriage during the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Agnes Arnórsdóttir, Department of History, Aarhus Universitet
Paper 1205-b: Master Vacarius and the Summa de Matrimonio: A Unique Spin on Marriage Law in 12th-Century Anglo-Norman England (Language: English)
Jason Taliadoros, Department of History, University of Melbourne

Paper 1205-c: Adultery, Impotency and Unfulfilled Promises: An Examination of Marital Disputes before the Ecclesiastical Courts in 15th-Century Krakow (Language: English)
Martha Brozyna, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Session: 1206
Title: THE CONCEPT OF 'MEMORIA' IN COURTLY MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
Organiser: Hans Popper, Department of German, University of Swansea
Moderator: Carol Magner, Department of German, King's College, University of London
Paper 1206-a: 'Memoria' and 'Commemoratio': Mental Picture, Recall, Celebration in Augustine and Boethius and their Place in Tradition (Language: English)
Hans Popper
Paper 1206-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1206-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 1207
Title: GENDERING THE CRUSADES III
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East
Organisers: Susan B. Edgington, Huntingdonshire Regional College, Huntingdon and Sarah Lambert, Department of History, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
Moderator: Elizabeth Siberry, Independent Scholar, London
Paper 1207-a: The Head of Saint Euphemia: Templar Devotion to Female Saints (Language: English)
Helen Nicholson, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 1207-b: The Thinking Woman's View of the First Crusade: The Alexiad of Anna Comnena (Language: English)
Peter Frankopan, Worcester College, University of Oxford

Paper 1207-c: Women and the Disposition of Property in the Latin East: A Study in Theory and Practice (Language: English)
Paul Sidelko, University of Toronto, Ontario

Session: 1208
Title: SETTLEMENT AND THE MEDIEVAL FOREST
Sponsor: Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
Organiser: Carenza Lewis, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Carenza Lewis
Paper 1208-a: Settlement and the Development of Braydon Forest, North Wiltshire (Language: English)
Carenza Lewis
Paper 1208-b: Settlement and Landscape in and around Chippenham Forest (Language: English)
Graham Brown, English Heritage
Paper 1208-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 1209
Title: RE-ADDRESSING THE LETTER: LITERARY, LINGUISTIC AND HISTORICAL APPROACHES TO 15TH-CENTURY CORRESPONDENCE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Sarah Williams, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Sarah Williams
Paper 1209-a: Evaluating the Linguistic Abilities of the Stonor Correspondents (Language: English)
Alison Truelove, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 1209-b: Genre and Status in 15th-Century Letters (Language: English)
Sarah Williams, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1209-c: Concepts of Fellowship in 15th-Century Gentry Letters (Language: English)
Raluca Rádulescu, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester

Session: 1210
Title: GENDER AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD IV: SAINTS, MONKS AND LITURGY
Sponsors: University of Birmingham and University of St Andrews
Organisers: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham and Julia M. H. Smith, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
Moderator: Judith Herrin, Centre for Hellenic Studies, King's College, University of London
Paper 1210-a: Saints and their Mothers in Byzantine Hagiography (5th-9th Centuries) (Language: English)
Michel Kaplan, Department of History, Université de Paris I, Sorbonne
Paper 1210-b: Gender and Monasticism in the Frankish World (Language: English)
Anne-Marie Helvétius, Department of History, Université du Littoral, Boulogne-sur-Mer
Paper 1210-c: WITHDRAWN
NEW: Respondents: Leslie Brubaker and Julia M. H. Smith

Session: 1211
Title: HERESY AND LAY PREACHING
Sponsor: The Lollard Society
Organiser: Jill C. Havens, Department of English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Moderator: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers, Saltaire
Paper 1211-a: Re-Examining Margery Kempe's Preaching Ministry (1413-1438) (Language: English)
Genelle Gertz-Robinson, Department of English, Princeton University, New Jersey
Paper 1211-b: 'My lordys lettyr and seel': Documentary Authority and Lay Preaching in the Early 15th Century (Language: English)
Emily Steiner, Department of English, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Respondent: Wendy Scase, Department of English, University of Birmingham

Session: 1212
Title: RESOURCES OF POWER IN LATE MEDIEVAL BRITAIN II: FOUNDATIONS OF LORDSHIP
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Durham
Organiser: Len Scales, Department of History, University of Durham
Moderator: Michael Prestwich, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 1212-a: Castles and the Self-Fashioning of the English Aristocracy in the 15th Century (Language: English)
Matthew Johnson, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham
Paper 1212-b: Dunstanburgh Castle and Lancastrian Lordship in Early 14th-Century Northumberland (Language: English)
Andy King, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 1212-c: The Brus Estates in 13th-Century England (Language: English)
Ruth Blakely, Department of History, University of Durham

Session: 1213
Title: DRAMA AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT I
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organiser: James Stokes, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Moderator: Audrey M. Douglas
Paper 1213-a: Street Furniture: The Sets and Props of the Built Environment (Language: English)
Rosalind C. Hays, Department of History, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois
Paper 1213-b: The Potential of Combining REED Research and Topographic History: The Example of Wells (Language: English)
Anthony J. Scrase, University of the West of England, Bristol
Respondent: David M. Palliser, School of History, University of Leeds

Session: 1214
Title: THE CELLULOID KNIGHT: VISUALISATIONS OF THE MEDIEVAL ON FILM
Sponsor: Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Organiser: Marlies Baar, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Bärbel Brodt, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1214-a: Burning Houses amidst Barren Landscapes: Violence, Justice and the Middle Ages in Scandinavian Film (Language: English)
Oliver Plessow, Graduiertenkolleg 'Schriftkultur und Gesellschaft im Mittelalter', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1214-b: The King and his Court: Medieval and Modern Representations (Language: English)
Gudrun Tscherpel, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1214-c: Command and Conquer: Ways of Constructing the 'Other' in Religious Warfare Movies (Language: English)
Dirk Luttkus, Sonderforschungsbereich 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster

Session: 1215
Title: READING, WRITING AND REMEMBERING: MODES OF TRANSMISSION OF EARLY MEDIEVAL MUSIC
Organiser: Emma C. Hornby, Christ Church, University of Oxford
Moderator: Emma C. Hornby
Paper 1215-a: The Role of Words in the Transmission of Gregorian and Old Roman Offertories (Language: English)
Rebecca Maloy, University of Cincinnati, Ohio
Paper 1215-b: Early Medieval Reading and Singing from an Historian's Perspective (Language: English)
Kate Dailinger, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 1215-c: Towards a Pre-History of Musical Literacy in Northern Italy (Language: English)
Jeremy Llewellyn, Universität Basel

Session: 1216
Title: ASSEMBLIES I
Organisers: Paul S. Barnwell, English Heritage, York and Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Marco Mostert
Paper 1216-a: Assemblies in Early Medieval Germany (Language: English)
Stuart Airlie, Department of History, University of Glasgow
Paper 1216-b: An Aborted Assembly in 12th-Century Flanders (Language: English)
Bert Demyttenaere, Department of History, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Session: 1217
Title: THE IMPACT OF AUGUSTINE ON MEDIEVAL SCHOLASTICISM
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Ian Richard Netton, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1217-a: Tolerance in Medievality: 'Western' and 'Eastern' Authorities in Eriugena's Periphyseon (Language: English)
Maxim B. Homyakov, Urals State University
Paper 1217-b: A 'Conservative' Treatise? Augustine's Influence on Abelard's Expositio in Hexaemeron (Language: English)
Regina Heyder, Graduiertenkolleg Ars et Scientia, Universität Tübingen
Paper 1217-c: Saint Bonaventure on Divine Illumination and Eternal Truth (Language: English)
Christopher M. Cullen, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University, New York

Session: 1218
Title: APOCALYPTIC LITERATURE
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages
Organiser: Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: Mark Zier
Paper 1218-a: Historians as Bats in Plato's Cave: On the Difficulty of Reading the Millennial 'Record' (Language: English)
Richard Landes, Center for Millennial Studies, Boston University, Massachusetts
Paper 1218-b: Joachim of Fiore's Concordantia as a Source for 13th-Century Apocalyptic (Language: English)
Mark Zier
Paper 1218-c: Medieval New England Apocalypse: Puritan Appropriations of Catholic Discourses in Michael Wigglesworth's The Day of Doom (Language: English)
Thomas L. Long, Thomas Nelson Community College, Hampton, Virginia

Session: 1219
Title: MICROARCHITECTURE AND THE AFTERLIFE
Sponsor: The Henry Moore Foundation, Leeds
Organisers: Stacy Boldrick, The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds and Antje Fehrmann, Department of Art History, Universität Marburg
Moderator: Stacy Boldrick
Paper 1219-a: 'The Bishop's Bridge to Paradise': Sanctioning Construction, Miraculous Authority and Spiritual Anxiety within Contemporary Accounts of 12th-Century English Cathedral Building (Language: English)
Jeremy Parrett, University of Manchester
Paper 1219-b: Topography of Remembrance: Founders' Concepts for the Situation of Chantry Chapels (Language: English)
Antje Fehrmann
Paper 1219-c: At the Threshold: Mapping the Gender of Death in the Annunciation Scenes of Rylands Latin 163 (Language: English)
Stella Halkyard, John Rylands Library, University of Manchester

Session: 1220
Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF ETERNITY IN HISTORICAL TIME IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of Church History, Københavns Universitet
Organiser: Nils Holger Petersen, Insitute for Church History/Centre for Christianity and the Arts, Københavns Universitet
Moderator: Ninna Jørgensen, Department of Church History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1220-a: 'Lex dei' between Time and Eternity (Language: English)
Ninna Jørgensen
Paper 1220-b: Bernard of Clairvaux on Incarnation and the Dilation of Monastic Time (Language: English)
Mette Birkedal Bruun, Department of Church History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1220-c: Eternity and the Composition of Devotional Ceremonies in Late Medieval Laudesi Confraternities (Language: English)
Nils Holger Petersen

Session: 1221
Title: INSIDERS AND OUTSIDERS IN MEDIEVAL ITALY/INDIGENI E STRANIERI NELL'ITALIA MEDIEVALE II
Sponsor: Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Organiser: Patricia E. Skinner, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Moderator: Edward Coleman, Department of Medieval History, University College, Dublin
Paper 1221-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1221-b: Donne nel giudiziario di Perugia (Language: Italiano)
Giovanna Casagrande, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Perugia
Paper 1221-c: From Outsider to Leader of the Italian City-Commune: Using Business Records to Define the Social Identity of the Early Renaissance Merchant (Language: English)
Franz-Josef Arlinghaus, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1221-d: The 15th-Century Lucchesia: Frontier between City-Republic and Territorial-State (Language: English)
Michael E. Bratchel, Department of History, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Session: 1222
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE INTERPRETATION OF SOCIO-POLITICAL ORGANISATION
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Claus Feveile, Den Antikvariske Samling i Ribe
Paper 1222-a: Archaeology and the Emergence of the Danish Kingdom (Language: English)
Per Ethelberg, Haderslev Museum
Paper 1222-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1222-c: The Frisian Kingdom: An Enigma? (Language: English)
Jos Bazelmans, Department of Archaeology, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden

Session: 1223
Title: HISTORY OF MEDICINE II: ...AND THEY LIVED LONG AND HAPPILY EVER AFTER: DIET AND HEALTH STRATEGIES IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organisers: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Rudolph Ladan, Department of the History of Medicine, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden and Catharina Santing, Instituto Olandese, Roma
Moderator: Catharina Santing
Paper 1223-a: Appropriate Time to Die: Natural and Unnatural in Late Medieval and Renaissance Medical Ideas of Human Life Span (Language: English)
Timo Joutsivuo, The Renvall Institute, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 1223-b: Changes in Food Consumption Patterns in the Scottish Highlands during the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Martha C. Meeks, Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1223-c: Medieval Indigestion (Language: English)
J. H. Baron, School of Medicine, Imperial College, University of London

Session: 1224
Title: LAUGHING IN TIME: RITUAL ASPECTS OF LAUGHTER IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
WITHDRAWN


WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2000: 16.30-18.00

Session: 1303
Title: ICONOGRAPHIC LABORATORY - A WORKSHOP
Sponsor: Misericordia International
Organiser: Elaine C. Block, Misericordia International
Purpose: This session intends to provide a service to researchers in the field of medieval iconography. Scholars will bring photos or slides of puzzling images and a panel of experts will attempt to decode them. Principles of iconographic analysis will be explained as each impage is analysed. All images in this session, with resulting attempts at interpretation, will be duplicated and sent to participants. For further information consult the web-site at Hull University. The workshop will be led by Frédéric Billiet (Université de Rouen) and Elaine C. Block. Sylvie Bethmont-Gallerand (Université de Paris) will participate in the workshop.

NEW: Session: 1306
Title: DOUBT AND DISRUPTIONS IN OLD FRENCH LITERATURE
Sponsors: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Organiser: James R. Simpson, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 1306-a: Doubt in Old French Trickster Narrative (Language: English)
James R. Simpson
Paper 1306-b: Past Treacheries, Present Identities (Language: English)
Sara I. James, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 1306-c: Doubtful Confessions in the Lai D'Ignauré (Language: English)
Catherine Léglu, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol

Session: 1307
Title: GENDERING THE CRUSADES IV
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East
Organisers: Susan B. Edgington, Huntingdonshire Regional College, Huntingdon and Sarah Lambert, Department of History, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
Moderator: Helen Nicholson, School of History and Archaeology, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 1307-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1307-b: Women Warriors in the Crusades (Language: English)
Keren Caspi, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Paper 1307-c: Philip, Count of Flanders and Hildegard of Bingen: Crusading against the Saracens or Crusading against the Deadly Sin? (Language: English)
Miriam Rita Tessera, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano

Session: 1308
Title: PLANTS AND SEASONS IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Sponsor: The Anglo-Saxon Plant-Name Survey
Organiser: Carole P. Biggam, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Moderator: Kathryn A. Lowe, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 1308-a: Fruits of the Earth in their Season: The Anglo-Saxon Agricultural Year (Language: English)
Debby Banham, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge
Paper 1308-b: Seaweed: An Anglo-Saxon Seasonal Supplement? (Language: English)
Noriko Unebe, Faculty of Humanities, Tokyo Kasei Gakuin University
Paper 1308-c: Seasonless Evergreens in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Carole P. Biggam

Session: 1309
Title: TEXTS AND LANGUAGE: FORM AND FUNCTION IN MIDDLE ENGLISH
Sponsor: School of English, University of Leeds
Organiser: Reiko Takeda, School of English, University of Leeds
Moderator: Veronica O'Mara, Department of English, University of Hull
Paper 1309-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1309-b: Late Medieval Yorkshire Letters: A Study of their Form and Function (Language: English)
Reiko Takeda
Paper 1309-c: The Integration of French Abstract Nominal Suffixes into Middle English (Language: English)
Cynthia Lloyd, School of English, University of Leeds

Session: 1310
Title: GENDER AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD V: THE MEROVINGIAN WORLD
Sponsor: University of Birmingham and University of St Andrews
Organisers: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham and Julia M. H. Smith, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
Moderator: Julia M. H. Smith
Paper 1310-a: Gender and Patronage in Merovingian Gaul (Language: English)
Yitzhak Hen, Department of History, University of Haifa
Paper 1310-b: Merovingian Masculinities (Language: English)
Guy Halsall, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 1310-c: Genealogy Defined by Women: The Pippinids (Language: English)
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds

Session: 1311
Title: NO MORE HAGIOGRAPHY?
Organiser: Alison Frazier, Department of History, University of Texas at Austin
Moderator: Alison Frazier
Purpose: In the journal Viator (1994), Felice Lifshitz proposed that a study of the emergence of the field of hagiography could only convince a person of its illegitimacy as a continuing scholarly construct. Where do experts from different disciplines stand today on the issues raised by that article, which is much taught and often cited? Participants in the discussion will include Simon Ditchfield (University of York), Amy Hollywood (Dartmouth College), Felice Lifshitz (Florida International University) and Bert Roest (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen).

Session: 1313
Title: SUITS YOU, SIR! HOW A MAN SHALL BE ARMOURED - A WORKSHOP
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Purpose: All delegates interested in arms and armour are welcome to this practical, hands-on session on the arming of the medieval knight. The workshop will be led by members of The Royal Armouries staff.

Session: 1314
Title: DRAMA AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT II
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organiser: James Stokes, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Moderator: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers, Saltaire
Paper 1314-a: The REED Patrons and Performances Road Show (Language: English)
Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario and Alan Somerset, Department of English, University of Western Ontario, London
Paper 1314-b: Performance Spaces in Shropshire (Language: English)
David Lloyd, Department of Continuing Studies, University of Birmingham
Respondent: Miriam Gill, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

Session: 1316
Title: ASSEMBLIES II
Organisers: Paul S. Barnwell, English Heritage, York and Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Paul S. Barnwell
Paper 1316-a: Representative Assemblies in Communal Italy (Language: English)
Edward Coleman, Department of Medieval History, University College, Dublin
Paper 1316-b: Reasons for Assembly in Catalonia and Aragon (c. 900-1200) (Language: English)
Adam J. Kosto, Department of History, Columbia University, New York
Respondent: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London

Session: 1317
Title: THE LEPER MOTIF IN MEDIEVAL RELIGIOUS THOUGHT
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1317-a: Impossible Community: The Leper's Kiss in Medieval Europe (Language: English)
Catherine Peyroux, Department of History, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Paper 1317-b: An Equivocal Miracle: The Ten Lepers and the Theology of Penance (Language: English)
Karen T. Wagner, Pikes Peak Community College, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Session: 1318
Title: TEMPORALITY AND ETERNITY IN MONASTIC SPACE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Marilyn Dunn, Department of History, University of Glasgow
Paper 1318-a: Timeless Time: Dramatic Eternity in the Monastery under Bernard of Clairvaux (Language: English)
Wim Verbaal, Department of Medieval Latin, Universiteit Gent
Paper 1318-b: The Sea as an Image of Temporality among Dominicans and Humanists in the 14th Century (Language: English)
Timothy Kircher, Department of History, Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina
Paper 1318-c: Images of Time and Eternity in the Liber specialis gratiae (Language: English)
Ann Marie Caron, Department of Religious Studies, Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, Connecticut

Session: 1319
Title: FROM ANTICHRIST TO THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Richard Landes, Center for Millennial Studies, Boston University, Massachusetts
Paper 1319-a: Astrology and the Antichrist in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Hilary M. Carey, Department of History, University of Newcastle, New South Wales
Paper 1319-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1319-c: Antichrist and Doomsday on Stage: The Illuminated Manuscript of the Jour du Jugement (Language: English)
Richard Emmerson, Medieval Academy of America, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Session: 1320
Title: THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES: LIFE-CYCLES IN LATER MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: The Medieval and Early Modern Seminar, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Organiser: Katherine J. Lewis, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Moderator: Jeremy Goldberg, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1320-a: Gentry Life-Cycles and Regional Patterns of Time and Memory in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
Tim Thornton, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Paper 1320-b: Life-Cycle and Life-Course in a Clerical and Celibate Milieu: Northern England in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Patricia H. Cullum, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Paper 1320-c: Hagiographical Life-Cycle and Concepts of the Past in Some Later Medieval Lives of Anglo-Saxon Saints (Language: English)
Katherine J. Lewis

Session: 1324
Title: CHURCH, FOREST AND TOWN: PATTERNS OF RURAL SETTLEMENT
Sponsor: Victoria County Histories of England
Organiser: Andrew Wareham, Victoria County Histories, London
Moderator: Janet Cooper, Victoria County History of Essex, Chelmsford
Paper 1324-a: Lord or Layman? The Construction of Churches in Pre-Conquest England (Language: English)
Carol Davidson Cragoe, Victoria County History, London
Paper 1324-b: Early Medieval Settlement in the Vale of Pewsey: Who Paid for it? (Language: English)
Douglas Crowley, Victoria County History of Wiltshire, Trowbridge
Paper 1324-c: Forest, Town and Countryside: Settlement, Planning and Colonisation in the Parish of Witney (Language: English)
Simon Townley, Victoria History of Oxfordshire, Oxford


WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2000: 19.30 - 20.30

NEW: Session: 1402
Title: THE DOMESDAY ON CD-ROM - A WORKSHOP
Organisers: J. J. Palmer, Department of History, University of Hull
Purpose: This electronic version of Great Domesday incorporates a facsimile of the original manuscript, a translation of the text, mapping facilities, databases, extensive coding, and search software. Coding allows searches for categories of entries as well as individual words and phrases. All elements are linked to each other. Searches on the translation or databases may therefore be displayed as text, facsimile, map, database, or all four elements simultaneously. Anything retrieved may be mapped.

NEW: Session: 1407
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE X: FR. BOYLE AT HOME: A FINAL TRIBUTE
Organiser: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and Mark Zier, Department of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Moderator: Mark Zier
Purpose: Everybody is welcome to attend this open session where participants will be encouraged to share their favourite Fr. Boyle stories. While he was at Toronto, Leonard regularly spent time in the Institute common room, usually over a cup of tea, and would swap jokes and stories with all and sundry who might happen. The session will be concluded with a video.

Session: 1416
Title: ASSEMBLIES III: THE INSTITUTIONS OF CONSENSUS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organisers: Paul S. Barnwell, English Heritage, York and Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Marco Mostert
Purpose: Following the sessions on 'Consensus in the Early Middle Ages' at IMC'99 and this year's two sessions on assemblies, this round table is intended to allow discussion of similarities and contrasts between the regions and periods treated in the formal papers, to encourage comment from those working on different regions, and to broaden the scope of discussion to include regional and local assemblies. The speakers from Assemblies I and II (sessions 1216 and 1316) earlier in the day will participate in the discussion, as will Paul S. Barnwell, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick (National University of Ireland), Matthew J. Innes (Birkbeck College) and Alex Woolf (University of Edinburgh).

Session: 1423
Title: THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE III: THE LITERARY IMAGE OF THE MEDICAL PRACTITIONER - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organisers: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Rudolph Ladan, Department of the History of Medicine, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden and Catharina Santing, Instituto Olandese, Roma
Moderator: Rudolph Ladan
Purpose: This round table discussion aims at starting a discussion about the question of what contribution fictional, literary texts from the Middle Ages can make to our knowledge and understanding of the History of Medicine. Is there a specific corpus identified or identifiable? Do these texts require a special critical apparatus? What are the differences between the vernacular languages, etc? This session provides a forum for scholars with interests in any aspect of the History of Medicine to meet and discuss their work, with a view to generating ideas and possible sessions and speakers for future IMCs.


THURSDAY 13 JULY 2000: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 1501
Title: ANGLO-SAXON BIOGRAPHICAL SOURCES: CREDIBILITY AND SIGNIFICANCE
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Alexander R. Rumble, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Donald G. Scragg, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1501-a: Sources for the Life of Edmund Ironside (Language: English)
Ian Howard, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1501-b: The Lives of the Two Offas (Language: English)
Richard Martin, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1501-c: Some Medieval Winchester Sources for Anglo-Saxon Biography (Language: English)
Alexander R. Rumble

Session: 1502
Title: IMAGES OF FAITH: TEACHING MEDIEVAL SPIRITUALITY TODAY I
Sponsor: The Christianity in the Humanities Project, University of Glamorgan
Organiser: Dee Dyas, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd
Moderator: Bella Millett, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 1502-a: Pilgrimage as Paradigm: An Approach to Teaching Medieval Spirituality (Language: English)
Dee Dyas
Paper 1502-b: Teaching the Bible (Language: English)
Wilhelm G. Busse, Department of English, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 1502-c: Teaching Langland through Medieval Art (Language: English)
Rosalind Field, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 1503
Title: TALKING IMAGES: SUBJECT AND SPEECH IN EARLY MEDIEVAL ART
Organiser: George Hardin Brown, Department of English, Stanford University, California
Moderator: George Hardin Brown
Paper 1503-a: Writing and Having Written: Word and Image in the Eadui Codex (Language: English)
Catherine E. Karkov, Department of Art, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Paper 1503-b: The Dancing Psalmist: Author Portraiture, Identity and Memory in the Utrecht Psalter Tradition (Language: English)
Carol Neuman de Vegvar, Department of Fine Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware
Paper 1503-c: The Cross Portrays Itself as Angelus Domini: Audience Involvement and the Contrasting Eschatologies of the Ruthwell Cross and the Dream of the Rood (Language: English)
Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Department of English, University College, Cork

NEW: Session: 1504
Title: SOME ASPECTS OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE
Organiser: Angela Montford, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Frances Andrews, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1504-a: Giles of Santarem: Portuguese Physician and Translator (d. 1265) (Language: English)
Iona McCleery, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1504-b: Frequent Dangers and Disorders: Dominican Medical Practice in the 13th-14th Centuries (Language: English)
Angela Montford
Paper 1504-c: To Spite your Face: Reconstructive Surgery in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
April Harper, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews

Session: 1505
Title: CENTRE AND PERIPHERY
Sponsor: Department of Religious Studies, Göteborgs Universitet
Organiser: Bertil Nilsson, Department of Religious Studies, Göteborgs Universitet
Moderator: Bertil Nilsson
Paper 1505-a: In the Eye of the Beholder: The Problem of Defining Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in Medieval Al-Andalus (Language: English)
Göran Larsson, Department of Religious Studies, Göteborgs Universitet
Paper 1505-b: Papal Demand and Local Resistance: The Council of 1248 in Skänninge, Sweden, and its Consequences (Language: English)
Bertil Nilsson
Paper 1505-c: The Suppression of the Monasteries in 16th-Century Denmark and Sweden (Language: English)
Martin Berntson, Department of Religious Studies, Göteborgs Universitet

Session: 1506
Title: RECEPTION AND RECONFIGURATION IN LATE MEDIEVAL ROMANCE AND HISTORY
Organiser: Anthony Bale, Exeter College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Isabel M. Davis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1506-a: Lord Berners and Nicolás Núñez as Readers and Rewriters of Diego de San Pedro's Cárcel de Amor (Language: English)
Joyce Boro, St Cross College, University of Oxford/Universidad de Salamanca
Paper 1506-b: Mistranslations of Judaism and Appropriations of Authority: Higden's Polychronicon (Language: English)
Anthony Bale
Paper 1506-c: 'Felisship that shuld nevir thryvee': Re-Readings of the Canterbury Tales (Language: English)
Marion Turner, St Anne's College, University of Oxford

Session: 1507
Title: DRAMA AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT III
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organiser: James Stokes, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Moderator: Meg Twycross, Department of English, University of Lancaster
Paper 1507-a: Open Air Playing Places: The Forgotten Evidence of Early Drama in Lincolnshire (Language: English)
James Stokes
Paper 1507-b: Tarrying at the Stone: Some Dramatic Uses of Stones and Boundary Markers (Language: English)
Joanna Mattingly, Institute of Cornish Studies, University of Exeter
Respondent: Peter Fleming, University of the West of England, Bristol

Session: 1508
Title: TERMS OF IDENTITY IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Department of History, University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign
Organiser: Sharon D. Michalove, Department of History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Moderator: Douglas L. Biggs, Department of History, Waldorf College, Forest City, Iowa
Paper 1508-a: Hunting Imagery in the Early Ballads of Robin Hood (Language: English)
Richard Almond, Darlington College and Anthony. J. Pollard, School of Law, Humanities and Arts, University of Teesside
Paper 1508-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1508-c: A Dreadful Expense: Lieutenants of Calais and Power in the Realm (1377-1536) (Language: English)
Sharon D. Michalove

Session: 1509
Title: FORGOTTEN HEROES
Organiser: Janneke Raaijmakers, Department of Medieval History, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Moderator: Carine van Rhijn, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1509-a: What Happened to Hercules (9th-11th Centuries) (Language: English)
Inge Bakker, Department of Medieval Studies, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1509-b: Rudolph in the Spotlights: What did Rudolph of Fulda Mean to his Monastery? (9th Century) (Language: English)
Janneke Raaijmakers

Session: 1510
Title: GENDER AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD VI: MARKING DEATH
Sponsors: University of Birmingham and University of St Andrews
Organisers: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham and Julia M. H. Smith, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
Moderator: Chris Wickham, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Paper 1510-a: Dressing Conservatively: A Critique of Recent Archaeological Discussions of Women's Brooches as Markers of Ethnic Identity (Language: English)
Bonnie Effros, Department of Historical Studies, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Paper 1510-b: Gender Relations and Burial in Early Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Nick Stoodley, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 1510-c: Look, No Grave Goods: Gender and Burial in England (c. 700-900) (Language: English)
Dawn Hadley, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield

Session: 1511
Title: FEMININE AND MASCULINE SPACE: NEW APPROACHES
Organiser: Kim M. Phillips, Department of History, University of Auckland
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1511-a: Reading Gaols, Prison Cells: Space, Gender and Inquisition (Language: English)
Megan Cassidy-Welch, School of History and Classics, University of Tasmania, Hobart
Paper 1511-b: Observing the Female Gaze in Medieval Art and Literature (Language: English)
Stephanie Trigg, Department of English and Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne
Paper 1511-c: Gesture, Gender and Social Change in Late Medieval Conduct Literature (Language: English)
Kim M. Phillips, Department of History, University of Auckland

Session: 1512
Title: ONOMASTICS AND KINSHIP I
Sponsor: Unit for Prosopographical Research, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Organiser: Katharine S. B. Keats-Rohan, Unit for Prosopographical Research, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Moderator: David E. Thornton, Department of History, Bilkent Üniversitesi, Ankara
Paper 1512-a: The Means of Naming (Language: English)
Stephen Wilson, School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 1512-b: Les ascendances romaines des aristocrates gallo-romains (Language: Français)
Christian Settipani, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris
Paper 1512-c: The Kleeberg Fragment of the Gleiberg County (Language: English)
Donald C. Jackman, University Learning Resource Center, Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Session: 1513
Title: 'THISE WHO FIGHT': WEAPONS AS TOOLS OF THE INTELLECT
Organiser: Z. J. Kosztolnyik, College of Liberal Arts/Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Moderator: Z. J. Kosztolnyik
Paper 1513-a: Khazaria: The Last Stand against Transcaucasus Islam (Language: English)
P. David Romei, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Paper 1513-b: Judging Mayor What's-His-Name: Arabic in Medieval Spanish (Language: English)
Janet Richardson, Department of English and Foreign Languages, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas
Paper 1513-c: Weapons of the Bayeux Tapestry (Language: English)
Kevin Stone, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station

Session: 1514
Title: THE MIDDLE AGES, THE MASQUE AND THE NOVEL
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Michael Glencross
Paper 1514-a: Reginald Heber and Arthur's Kingdom (Language: English)
Isamu Takahashi, Keio University, Tokyo
Paper 1514-b: Fact(s) and Fiction(s): The Middle Ages of Walter Scott and Alexandre Herculano (Language: English)
Dulce Melão, Department of English, University of Lancaster
Paper 1514-c: J.R.R. Tolkien en pays arthurien: l'Épisode de 'la Vieille Foret' dans le Seigneur des Anneaux (Language: Français)
Corinne Zemmour, Université de Paris VII

Session: 1515
Title: MUSIC AND MEASUREMENT IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Paper 1515-a: The Concept of mensura in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
John Anthony Caldwell, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford
Paper 1515-b: A Proposal: That There is a Simple, Essential Rhythmic Mode Shaping Old English Verse (Language: English)
Michael Gibson
Paper 1515-c: WITHDRAWN

Session: 1516
Title: MIDDLE ENGLISH STANZAIC VERSE IN THE 14TH CENTURY
Organiser: Oliver Pickering, Brotherton Library, University of Leeds
Moderator: Catherine Batt, School of English/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1516-a: Possible Sources of Inspiration for the Stanza Form of the Late 14th-Century Vernon Lyrics (Language: English)
Geert De Wilde, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1516-b: Stanzaic Verse in the Auchinleck Manuscript (Language: English)
Oliver Pickering
Paper 1516-c: The A and B Versions of the Devils' Parliament and Stanzaic Integrity (Language: English)
William Marx, Department of English, University of Wales, Lampeter

Session: 1517
Title: SOCIETY AND HISTORY IN MEDIEVAL BIBLICAL EXEGESIS
Sponsor: Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages
Organiser: Theresa Gross-Diaz, Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
Moderator: Theresa Gross-Diaz
Paper 1517-a: History and Idealisation in Bede's Women: The Relationship between Biblical Interpretation and History (Language: English)
Marie Anne Mayeski, Department of Theological Studies, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California
Paper 1517-b: Temptation and Pollution in the 11th-Century West (Language: English)
Hannah Williams, Department of History, Monash University, Clayton
Paper 1517-c: Joachim of Fiore: Between Exegesis and Eschatology (Language: English)
Julia Wannenmacher, Faculty of Theology, Humbolt-Universität, Berlin

Session: 1518
Title: VISIONS: BETWEEN HISTORICAL TIME AND AFTERLIFE
WITHDRAWN

Session: 1519
Title: ICONOGRAPHY OF TIME I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Elaine C. Block, Misericordia International, Paris
Paper 1519-a: Etruscan Motifs in Medieval Funeral Plastics (Language: English)
Kirill Gavriline, Moscow State University of Design
Paper 1519-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1519-c: Iconographies and Properties of Time in Manuscripts and Printed Editions of Bartholomew's De proprietatibus rerum (Language: English)
Sue Ellen Holbrook, Department of English, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven

Session: 1520
Title: TIME AND ETERNITY IN CZECH AND DUTCH CULTURAL RELATIONS
Sponsor: Faculty of Philosophy, Palacký University, Olomouc
Organiser: Wilken Engelbrecht, Department of German and Dutch, Palacký University, Olomouc
Moderator: Wilken Engelbrecht
Paper 1520-a: Czech and Dutch Pilgrimages to the Holy Land (Language: English)
Martin Elbel, Department of History, Palacký University, Olomouc and Wilken Engelbrecht
Paper 1520-b: The Understanding of Time and Eternity in the Philosophy of Magister John Hus (Language: English)
Jozef Matula, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy, Palacký University, Olomouc
Paper 1520-c: Reminiscences from Hugo Grotius in the Work of Czech Humanists (Language: English)
Jana Engelbrechtová, Department of Classical Philology, Palacký University, Olomouc and Jana Kolarová, Department of Bohemistics, Palacký University, Olomouc

Session: 1521
Title: A TALE OF THREE CITIES: POLITICS AND URBAN SOCIETY IN MILAN, NAPLES AND RAVENNA (C. 800-1200)
Organiser: Clare Pilsworth, Department of History, University of Manchester
Moderator: Clare Pilsworth
Paper 1521-a: The Social Structure of Milan in the 10th Century (Language: English)
Ross Balzaretti, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Paper 1521-b: Political Uses of Narratives concerning the Deaths of Bishops in Naples between the 8th and 13th Centuries (Language: English)
Thomas Granier, Department of History, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence
Paper 1521-c: Life after Agnellus?: Urban Society in 9th-Century Ravenna (Language: English)
Clare Pilsworth

Session: 1522
Title: SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMY AROUND THE NORTH SEA: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES AND QUESTIONS
Organisers: Christopher Loveluck, Humber Field Archaeology, Hull, Dirk Meier, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel/Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste, Büsum and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Moderator: Frans Verhaeghe
Paper 1522-a: Markets, Fairs and 'Productive Sites': Comparisons and New Perspectives (Language: English)
Katharina Ulmschneider, Worcester College, University of Oxford
Paper 1522-b: Settlement, Economy and the Written Word: Historical Approaches to Some Archaeological Problems (Language: English)
Joanna Story, Department of History, University of Leicester
Paper 1522-c: Understanding Settlement as Economy: The Narratives of the North Sea World in the Middle Ages (Language: English)
David Austin, Department of Archaeology, University of Wales, Lampeter

Session: 1523
Title: COMMUNITY AND CONTEXT: THREE CASES OF THE REGULATION OF BEGUINAGES AND OTHER HOUSES OF SEMI-RELIGIOUS WOMEN IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
Organiser: Michael Connally, Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
Moderator: Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, Department of Medieval Studies, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1523-a: Ruling and Regulation in the Beguine Communities of Northern France (Language: English)
Penelope Galloway, Department of Historical Studies/Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Paper 1523-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1523-c: Common Life and Individual Right in the Widows' Hospitals of Late Medieval Paris (Language: English)
Michael Connally

Session: 1524
Title: 'TEMPUS RIDENDI': LAUGHTER AND SYMBOLIC COMMUNICATION IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE I
Sponsor: Sonderforschungsbereich 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Organiser: Regine Schweers, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1524-a: Marginal Comics: Drolleries in Late Medieval Books of Hours (Language: English)
Anja Grebe, Department of Art History, Universität Konstanz

Paper 1524-b: The Laughter of Women in the Late Minnesang (Language: English)
Christine Dartmann, Graduiertenkolleg 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Paper 1524-c: Laughter and Violence in Beast Epic and Fable (Language: English)
Theo Broekmann, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster


THURSDAY 13 JULY 2000: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 1601
Title: RECONSTRUCTING EVIDENCE IN OLD ENGLISH TEXTS
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Susan Rosser, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Elaine M. Treharne, Department of English, University of Leicester
Paper 1601-a: The Liturgical Resources for Tracing a Saint's Cult (c. 1066-1200) (Language: English)
Joana Proud, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1601-b: Tracing the Origins of the Anonymous Old English Prose History of the Cross in Bodley 343 (Language: English)
Susan Rosser
Paper 1601-c: Tracing Semantic Values: 'Heoru' Reconsidered (Language: English)
Loredana Teresi, Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione, Università di Palermo

Session: 1602
Title: IMAGES OF FAITH: TEACHING MEDIEVAL SPIRITUALITY TODAY II - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: Christianity in the Humanities Project, University of Glamorgan
Organiser: Dee Dyas, University of Glamorgan
Moderator: Helen Phillips, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Liverpool
Purpose: This session will address the problem of providing students today with the understanding of Christian history, teaching and spirituality required to study medieval English literature and history. An international panel of scholars from Germany, Japan, the UK and the USA will share their own experiences and approaches and will explore possible ways forward in the teaching of this crucial dimension of medieval studies. Participating scholars will be: Wilhelm G. Busse (Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf), Paul Cavill (University of Nottingham), Dee Dyas, William Flynn (Emory University), Mayumi Taguchi (Osaka-Sangyo University).

Session: 1603
Title: HIDDEN ALLUSIONS TO HISTORICAL REALITIES: APPROACHES TO AND REPRESENTATIONS OF CONTEMPORARY CIRCUMSTANCES IN MEDIEVAL ART
Sponsor: Association for Art History, Indiana University, Bloomington
Organiser: Avital Heyman, Department of Art, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva
Moderator: Avital Heyman
Paper 1603-a: The Sigma-Tau Panel from the Abbey Church of St Denis: A Typological or Narrative Program? (Language: English)
Jacqueline A. Frank, Department of Art, Long Island University, Brookville, New York
Paper 1603-b: Autry-Issard's Trinity (Language: English)
Pierre-Alain Mariaux, Department of Art History, University of Chicago, Illinois
Paper 1603-c: In the Shadow of Cluny: Hagiography and Politics of the St Hilaire Portal at Semur-en-Briomais (Language: English)
Avital Heyman

Session: 1606
Title: LINKING TEXT AND AUTHOR: STUDIES IN MANUSCRIPTS AND EVIDENCE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Nancy Bradley-Cromey, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Richmond, Virginia
Paper 1606-a: The Eructavit and Marie of Brabant (Language: English)
Margaret Boland, Department of English, Tamkang University, Taipei
Paper 1606-b: The Identity of Margaret Paston in her Letters and Papers (Language: English)
Osamu Ohara, Department of English, School of Medicine, Jikei University, Tokyo

Session: 1607
Title: INTIMATIONS OF ETERNITY: THE MEDIEVAL PAST IN THE EASTERN EUROPEAN PRESENT
Organiser: Christina Manetti, Uniwersytet Warszawski
Moderator: Jonathan Luxmoore, Independent Scholar, Warsaw
Paper 1607-a: Retracing the Origins of Christianity in East Central Europe (Language: English)
Jan Lukácka, Comenius University, Bratislava
Paper 1607-b: The Making of European Saints (Language: English)
Jonathan Luxmoore
Paper 1607-c: Eight Centuries of Heraldry in Slovakia (Language: English)
Ladislav Vrtel, Archival Services, Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava
Paper 1607-d: Medieval Sources of East Central European Multiculturalism: The Case of Spis (Language: English)
Christina Manetti

Session: 1608
Title: PROPHETS, REBELS AND CULTURAL TRANSMISSION IN LATER MEDIEVAL AND EARLY RENAISSANCE BRITAIN
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Organiser: Lesley Ann Coote, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Moderator: Lesley Ann Coote
Paper 1608-a: 'Bridlington': Plague, Protest and Political Ideology in Later Medieval England (Language: English)
Lesley Ann Coote
Paper 1608-b: English and Welsh Prophecies in the Peniarth Manuscripts (Language: English)
Jason O'Rourke, Department of English, The Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 1608-c: Prophecy and Rebellion in the North of England (Language: English)
Sarah L. Bastow, Department of History, University of Huddersfield

Session: 1609
Title: BILINGUALISM AND THE CREATION OF CULTURAL IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Organiser: Nicholas Brooks, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Barbara Yorke, School of Humanities, History and Archaeology, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 1609-a: Agents of Transition? Linguistic and Cultural Identities in Early Medieval Dumnonia (Language: English)
Duncan Probert, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Paper 1609-b: To Write in Latin or Old English in 9th-Century Kent: A Matter of Education or Gender? (Language: English)
Nicholas Brooks
Paper 1609-c: Dudo of St Quentin and Bilingualism in Early Normandy (Language: English)
Nicholas Webber, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham

Session: 1610
Title: GENDER AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD VII: CONCLUSIONS
Sponsors: University of Birmingham and University of St Andrews
Organisers: Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham and Julia M. H. Smith, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
Moderator: Leslie Brubaker
Paper 1610-a: Gender and Ethnicity in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 1610-b: Gender and Conflict in the Frankish World (Language: English)
Régine LeJan, Department of Medieval History, Université de Lille III
Paper 1610-c: WITHDRAWN
Respondents: Leslie Brubaker and Julia M. H. Smith

Session: 1611
Title: FEMALE SUBJECTS IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE SCOTLAND
Sponsor: Women and Writing in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland: Forum
Organiser: Sarah Dunnigan, Department of English Literature, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Gerard Carruthers, Department of English Studies, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Paper 1611-a: The Virgin and Eve: Imagining Woman/Imagined Women in Medieval Scottish Writing (Language: English)
Sarah Dunnigan
Paper 1611-b: Chrystis Kirk and Peblis: Gender and Class in 15th-Century Burgh (Language: English)
C. Marie Harker, Department of Language and Literature, Truman State University, Kirksville, Missouri
Paper 1611-c: Woman and 'Subject-ness' in Middle Scots Verse (Language: English)
Evelyn S. Newlyn, Department of English, State University of New York, Brockport

Session: 1612
Title: ONOMASTICS AND KINSHIP II
Sponsor: Unit for Prosopographical Research, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Organiser: David E. Thornton, Department of History, Bilkent Üniversitesi, Ankara
Moderator: Katharine S. B. Keats-Rohan, Unit for Prosopographical Research, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Paper 1612-a: Dynastic and Anthroponymic Strategies among the Early Medieval Celts (Language: English)
David E. Thornton
Paper 1612-b: Onomastique et Parenté: Some Examples in 10th- and 11th-Century Poitou (Language: English)
Jan H. Prell, Unit for Prosopographical Research, University of Oxford
Paper 1612-c: Prosopographie des dames des familles princières et ducale de l'Italie méridionale (VIIIe-XIe siècles) (Language: Français)
Thierry Stasser, Unit for Prosopographical Research, University of Oxford

Session: 1613
Title: DRAMA AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT IV
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama
Organiser: James Stokes, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Moderator: Elizabeth Baldwin
Paper 1613-a: Castle as Stage: Use of Space in the 1575 Entertainments at Kenilworth (Language: English)
Paulette Marty, Department of Theatre and Drama, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Paper 1613-b: Play Performances in Elizabethan Churchyards (Language: English)
Siobhan Keenan, Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick, Coventry
Respondent: David Mills, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Liverpool

Session: 1614
Title: 'THE POET'S DOUBLE VISION': SOME ALTERNATIVES TO 19TH-CENTURY CHIVALRIC MEDIEVALISM
Sponsor: Department of English, University of York
Organiser: Paul Hardwick, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Brian Donnelly, Department of English, University of York
Paper 1614-a: Close to History: A Vision of Long Will (Language: English)
Paul Hardwick
Paper 1614-b: Deposing Galahad: The Figure of the Rebel in Late 19th-Century Medievalism (Language: English)
Clare Carpenter, Department of English, University of York
Paper 1614-c: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Aurora Leigh (Language: English)
Karen Hodder, Department of English, University of York

Session: 1615
Title: TRADITION AND TRANSFORMATION
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Susan Boynton, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene
Paper 1615-a: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1615-b: Ignorant Franks or Obstructive Romans? Using the Second-Mode Tracts to Explore the Relationship between Old Roman and Gregorian Chant (Language: English)
Emma C. Hornby, Christ Church, University of Oxford
Paper 1615-c: Is Spanish Chant Spanish? (Language: English)
Lila Collamore, Irish World Music Centre, University of Limerick

Session: 1616
Title: IDIOMATISATION IN MIDDLE ENGLISH
Sponsor: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Organiser: Luis Iglesias-Rábade, Department of English and German Philology, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Moderator: Luis Iglesias-Rábade
Paper 1616-a: Processes of Idiomatisation in Middle English: A Corpus-Based Study (Language: English)
Luis Iglesias-Rábade
Paper 1616-b: Idiomatisation of Composite Predicates in Middle English: A Corpus-Based Study (Language: English)
Teresa Moralejo-Garate, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Paper 1616-c: Colloquial Idioms in Late Middle English (Language: English)
Teresa Sánchez-Roura, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Session: 1617
Title: WYCLIFFITE HERMENEUTICS
Sponsor: The Lollard Society
Organiser: Jill C. Havens, Department of English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Moderator: Jill C. Havens
Paper 1617-a: Lollard Linguistics: Why Lollards are Not Supposed to Swear (Language: English)
Melissa Mohr, Department of English, Stanford University, California
Paper 1617-b: Lollardy and Hermeneutic Freedom (Language: English)
Kantik Ghosh, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
Paper 1617-c: A Question of Diplomacy? The 'Legend' of Geoffrey Chaucer and the Lollards (Language: English)
Gila Aloni, Columbia University, New York

Session: 1618
Title: ASPECTS OF TIME IN THE MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC WORLD
Sponsor: Society for the Medieval Mediterranean
Organiser: Marijane Osborn, Department of English, University of California, Davis
Moderator: Marijane Osborn
Paper 1618-a: Concerning the New Moon: A Review of Medieval Islamic Ideas of Time (Language: English)
Marijane Osborn
Paper 1618-b: Light Metaphysics in the Libro della Scalla (Language: English)
Brenda Deen Schildgen, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Davis
Paper 1618-c: The Threat of Averroist Eternity to Medieval Philosophy (Language: English)
Michael Edwards, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Davis

Session: 1619
Title: ICONOGRAPHY OF TIME II: CASE STUDIES ON MEDIEVAL CHOIR STALLS
Sponsor: Misericordia International
Organiser: Elaine C. Block, Misericordia International, Paris
Moderator: Elaine C. Block
Paper 1619-a: Passing Time and Playing Games: Children's Games in Choir Stalls (Language: English)
Sylvie Bethmont-Gallerand, Université de Paris
Paper 1619-b: Keeping Time in the Choir (Language: English)
Frédéric Billiet, Department of Music, Université de Rouen
Paper 1619-c: 1508: Three Sets of Choir Stalls and Three Different Styles (Language: English)
Elaine C. Block

Session: 1620
Title: GENDERED TIME - GENDERED ETERNITY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Carol Braun Pasternack, Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara
Paper 1620-a: Gendered Time and the Martyrological Text (Language: English)
Paul Price, Department of English, University of Bristol

Paper 1620-b: WITHDRAWN
Paper 1620-c: Chiliasm and German Women Mystics (Language: English)
Lucinda Martin, Department of Germanic Studies, University of Texas, Austin

Session: 1621
Title: PROVENCE AND THE WIDER WORLD
Organiser: Jonathan Shepard, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Jonathan Shepard
Paper 1621-a: Provence in a Mediterranean Context (c. 850-950) (Language: English)
Stephen Thompson, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 1621-b: Raymond of Saint-Gilles: Finding a Place in the Sun (Language: English)
Jonathan Shepard
Paper 1621-c: From Colonisation to Conquerors: The Southern French and Italy (1150-1265) (Language: English)
Andrew P. Roach, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Respondent: Simon Loseby, Department of History, University of Sheffield

Session: 1623
Title: ANCHORING THE TEXT: THE SOLITARY AND SOCIETY IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Mari Hughes-Edwards, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1623-a: 'O! Sely Anker!': Anchoritism and the Courtly Ideal (Language: English)
E. A. Jones, Department of English, King's College, University of London
Paper 1623-b: 'Time and tide schal beo þer irikenet': Time, Space and Adapting to Eternity within the Anchorhold (Language: English)
Mari Hughes-Edwards
Paper 1623-c: Ancrene Wisse as a Rule (Language: English)
Bella Millett, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton

Session: 1624
Title: 'TEMPUS RIDENDI': LAUGHTER AND SYMBOLIC COMMUNICATION IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE II
Sponsor: Sonderforschungsbereich 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Organisers: Theo Broekmann, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster and Regine Schweers, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
Paper 1624-a: Iesus Christus risus noster - Das Lachen der Erlösten (Language: Deutsch)
Tobias A. Kemper, Department of German, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonn
Paper 1624-b: The Laughter in Wolfram's Parzival (Language: Deutsch)
Susanne Flecken-Büttner, Department of German, Universität Bonn
Paper 1624-c: St Martin's Day as a Time to Laugh: Traces in German Literature up to c. 1600 (Language: English)
Klaus Kipf, Graduiertenkolleg 'Kulturtransfer im Europäischen Mittelalter', Universität Erlangen