IMC 2001 - 9-12 July 2001

Congress Programme: IMC 2001

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NOTE: All entries highlighted in red are changes which have been received since the IMC 2001 Programme Book was printed.


MONDAY 9 JULY 2001: 09.30 - 10.30

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Title: THE PROPERTIES OF MARRIAGE IN LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE: COMMERCIAL WEALTH AND THE CREATION OF 'MODERN' MARRIAGE - A KEYNOTE LECTURE
Speaker: Martha C. Howell, Department of History, Columbia University, New York
Introduction: Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

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. Please note that reserve ticket holders are not guaranteed a space in 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 9 JULY 2001: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 101
Title: ANGLO-SAXON AUDIENCES
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Matthew Townend, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Elizabeth Tyler, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 101-a Witness and Audience in Late Anglo-Saxon Will-Making (Language: English)
Linda Tollerton Hall, Department of History, University of York
Paper 101-b English Audiences and Skaldic Verse (Language: English)
Matthew Townend
Paper 101-c English Hagiography and its Audience (Language: English)
Christine Rauer, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford

Session: 102
Title: CLOTHING IN MEDIEVAL ART AND LITERATURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sarah Bromberg, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Paper 102-a Costume as Communication: Clothing and Textiles Represented in Mid-12th-Century Northern French Church Portal Sculpture (Language: English)
Janet E. Snyder, West Virginia University, Morgantown
Paper 102-b Bad Dress Sense: Clothing in the Parable of the Wedding Feast in Cleanness (Language: English)
Helen Barr, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 102-c The Dress of Medieval Women Religious: Anti-Fashion Incorporated and Subverted Doctrine (Language: English)
Désirée Koslin, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York

Session: 103
Title: IMAGING ARCHITECTURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University
Paper 103-a The House of God: Heavenly Jerusalem's Architecture in Late Medieval Portugal (Language: English)
Luís Afonso, Institute for the History of Art, Universidade de Lisboa
Paper 103-b Meanings of the 'Domus Dei' (Language: English)
Estelle Mare, Department of Art History, University of South Africa, Pretoria

Session: 104
Title: THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE ENGLISH MEDIEVAL PARISH CHURCH: IN MEMORY OF PROFESSOR LAWRENCE R. HOEY
Organiser: Rachel Dressler, Department of Art, State University of New York, Albany
Moderator: Rachel Dressler
Paper 104-a Approaches to Regional Architecture and the English Parish Church (Language: English)
Linda Monckton, Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England
Paper 104-b The Seven Works of Mercy and the Parish Community (Language: English)
Jennie Edes-Pierotti, Columbia University, New York

Session: 105
Title: CONSTRUCTIONS OF MALE SANCTITY: IDENTITY, LOCATION AND GENDER
Sponsor: Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Organiser: Katherine J. Lewis, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Moderator: Patricia H. Cullum, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Paper 105-a Male Saints and Local Identity in Northern England in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Matthew Holford, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 105-b Osbert of Clare's Edwatrd the confessor: A Lay Saint? (Language: English)
Joanna Huntington, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 105-c Sanctity, Royalty and Masculinity in the Cult of St Henry VI (Language: English)
Katherine J. Lewis

Session: 106
Title: SOUL AND COSMOS: MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC TRADITION
Organiser: Inna Kupreeva, University of Victoria, British Columbia / St Hilda's College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Inna Kupreeva
Paper 106-a Greek Sources of Arabic Psychological Theories: Inner Sense and Divination in the Avicennan Corpus (Language: English)
Inna Kupreeva
Paper 106-b What the Heavens Know: The Islamic Debate (Language: English)
Taneli Kukkonen, Department of Systematic Theology, University of Helsinki
Paper 106-c Transcending the Interior-Exterior Dichotomy: al-Ghazali's Psycho-Cosmology (Language: English)
Timothy Gianotti, Religious Studies Program, Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Session: 107
Title: MUNDANE AND PROFANE USES OF MEDIEVAL SACRED SPACES I: MISUSES AND ABUSES OF CHURCHES AND THEIR PRECINCTS
Organiser: Dawn Marie Hayes, Department of History, Iona College, New Rochelle, New York
Moderator: Dawn Marie Hayes
Paper 107-a Mundane and Profane Uses of Chartres Cathedral in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Dawn Marie Hayes
Paper 107-b WITHDRAWN

Paper 107-c Sin in Sacred Space: Piers Plowman and The Canterbury Tales (Language: English)
Mary Clemente Davlin O.P., Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois

Session: 108
Title: CANON LAW I: SOURCES AND COLLECTIONS
Sponsor: Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio
Organiser: Peter D. Clarke, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Anne J. Duggan, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 108-a Identifying the Source: Buchard of Worms and Book 11 ('De penitentia') of Anselm of Lucca's Collectio canonum (Language: English)
Kathleen G. Cushing, Department of History, University of Keele
Paper 108-b The Collectio Fontanensis: A 12th-Century Decretal Collection for an English Cistercian Abbey (Language: English)
Peter Landau, Leopold-Wenger Institut für Rechtsgeschichte, Universität München
Paper 108-c Decretals and Schools in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Gisela Drossbach, Leopold-Wenger Institut für Rechtsgeschichte, Universität München
Paper 108-d Le Sexte et les extravagantes antérieures (Language: Français)
Michèle Bégou-Davia, Université de Champagne-Ardenne

Session: 109
Title: METAPHORICALLY REPRESENTED AND ARTICULATED RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN RURAL DOMESTIC SPACES AND THEIR INHABITANTS
Organiser: Toine Huijbers, Amsterdam Archaeological Centre, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Moderator: Toine Huijbers
Paper 109-a Ancestors and the Conceptual Organisation of the Merovingian Farmyard (Language: English)
Frans Theuws, Amsterdam Archaeological Centre, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 109-b Late Iron and Viking Age Scandinavian Manor Houses and Manors (Language: English)
Frands Herschend, Institute of Archaeology, Uppsala Universitet
Paper 109-c Household Development Cycles and Farmyard Arrangement Representations in the High Middle Ages (Language: English)
Toine Huijbers

Session: 110
Title: HOUSEHOLD DYNAMICS: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Jeremy Goldberg, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Martha C. Howell, Department of History, Columbia University
Paper 110-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 110-b The Perspective of Northern England (Language: English)
Jeremy Goldberg
Paper 110-c The Perspective of Ragusa (Language: English)
David Rheubottom, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester

Session: 111
Title: DESIRES AND DECEPTIONS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: James Simpson, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 111-a The Rhetoric of Desire and the Interpretation of Ovidian Myth: 'Impietas', 'Poenas' and the Dysfunctional Family in Chrétien de Troyes' Philomena (Language: English)
Karen Casebier, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Paper 111-b Space, Secrets and the Search for Privacy in the Lais of Marie de France (Language: English)
Michael A. Calabrese, Department of English, California State University, Los Angeles
Paper 111-c 'Domus' and 'Coitus': Changing Models of Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (Language: English)
Jean Dangler, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University, Talahassee

Session: 112
Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL KINSHIP IN NORTH-WEST EUROPE
Sponsors: Locality and Region Seminar, Institute of Historical Research and Victoria County History
Organiser: Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Moderator: Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 112-a Rituals of Kinship in 10th-Century England (Language: English)
Andrew Wareham
Paper 112-b Politics, Kin and Family in Late Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Charles Insley, Victoria County History Northamptonshire / University College, Northampton
Respondent: Pauline Ann Stafford, School of History, University of Liverpool

Session: 114
Title: ENGLAND AND THE CONTINENT IN THE 14TH CENTURY: KINGS, QUEENS AND COURTS
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth Century Studies
Organiser: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Chris Given-Wilson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 114-a The Use of Mercy by 14th-Century English Monarchs (Language: English)
Paulette E. Barton, Department of History, University of Maine, Orono
Paper 114-b Queen Isabella at the Court of France (Language: English)
Carla Lord, Department of Fine Arts, Kean University, Union, New Jersey
Paper 114-c Dutiful Daughters in Distress? Anne of Bohemia and Anglo-German Marital Relations (Language: English)
Bärbel Brodt, Department of Comparative Urban History, Universität Münster

Session: 115
Title: RECEPTIONS OF ROME IN THE GERMANIC WORLD
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organisers: Justin Hastings-Merriman, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds, and Philip Shaw, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 115-a The Italian Job: On the Germanic Audiences of Roman Paganism (Language: English)
Philip Shaw
Paper 115-b The Idea of Rome in the Historia Ecclesiastica (Language: English)
Justin Hastings-Merriman
Paper 115-c Anglo-Saxons and Rome: The Frankish Connection (Language: English)
Sacha Nicolini, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds

Session: 116
Title: JOAN OF ARC IN HISTORY AND LITERATURE
Sponsor: International Joan of Arc Society
Organiser: Jane Marie Pinzino, Department of Religion, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
Moderator: Jane Marie Pinzino
Paper 116-a 'Nothing like it has been seen since the beginning of the world': Jeanne d'Arc and the Dominican Chronicler Jean Dupuy (Language: English)
Thomas Grzebien, Department of History, Providence College, Rhode Island
Paper 116-b 'Whether Saint, Witch, Man, Maid or Whore': Joan of Arc and the Writing of History (Language: English)
Anke Bernau, Department of English, University of Wales, Cardiff
Paper 116-c The Sibyl at Court: Christine de Pizan and France, or The Sibyl as Political Advisor (Language: English)
Jessica Weinstein, Rice University, Houston, Texas
Paper 116-d WITHDRAWN

Session: 117
Title: RELIGIOUS READING COMMUNITIES IN LATE-MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: University of Birmingham Graduate Medievalists' Group
Organiser: Wendy Scase, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Wendy Scase
Paper 117-a From Orthodoxy to Recusancy: The Laity and John Northwood's Book (Language: English)
Rebecca Farnham, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Paper 117-b The Use of Books in Medieval Nunneries (Language: English)
Satoko Tokunaga, Keio University, Tokyo
Respondent: Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London

Session: 118
Title: MONASTIC CUSTOMARIES: QUESTIONS OF METHODOLOGY FOR UNDER-UTILISED SOURCES I
Organisers: Susan Boynton, Department of Music, Columbia University, New York, and Isabelle Cochelin, Department of History, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Isabelle Cochelin
Paper 118-a Coutumiers normatifs et coutumiers descriptifs (Language: Français)
Anselme Davril OSB, Abbaye de Fleury
Paper 118-b From the Cluny of Consuetudines to the Cluny of Statuta: A Changing from the Past to the Future (Language: English)
Gert Melville, Department of History, Technische Universität, Dresden
Paper 118-c Saint-Benigne in Dijon's 'Cluniac Customaries' as Evidence for its Architectural Function (Language: English)
Carolyn Malone, Department of Art History, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Session: 121
Title: SAGA STUDIES 1
Organiser: Philip Westbury Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Philip Westbury Cardew
Paper 121-a In the Shadow of William Morris? Saga Translation 1869-1914 (Language: English)
John Kennedy, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
Paper 121-b The Forest and the Castle: Space and Gender in Old Norse Literature (Language: English)
Eva Agneta Ney, Háskoli Islands
Paper 121-c Food in the Icelandic Saga (Language: English)
Christopher Abram, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge

Session: 122
Title: CROSSING THE GREAT DIVIDE(S): INTERDISCIPLINARY ELECTRONIC COLLABORATION IN MEDIEVAL STUDIES - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Christopher Fee, Department of English, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania
Moderator: Kathryn A. Lowe, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Purpose: This workshop will use as points of departure technological materials used to teach medieval topics in a variety of academic environments, from research universities to undergraduate schools to colleges. The emphasis will be on collaborative projects: collaboration between institutions, staff and students. We will examine the impact upon such work of funding bodies, tenure procedures, and access to student and staff labour pools, as well as issues of copyright and fair use. We thus will discuss high-tech perils and profits both for students and instructors. Participants include Christopher Fee (Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania), Richard F. Johnson (William Rainey Harper College, Illinois), Daniel Kline (University of Alaska, Anchorage), Linda A. McMillin (Susquehanna University, Pennsylvania) and Kurt Newmann (William Rainey Harper College, Illinois).

Session: 123
Title: HUMANISTIC LATIN
Organiser: Daniel J. Nodes, College of Liberal Arts, Hamline University, St Paul, Minnesota
Moderator: Arjo Vanderjagt, Netherlands Research School for Medieval Studies / Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 123-a A Grammatical Perspective on Divine Generation in Egidio of Viterbo (Language: English)
Daniel J. Nodes
Paper 123-b A Humanist in Antepurgatory (Language: English)
Thomas M. Izbicki, Eisenhower Library, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Paper 123-c New Year's in Naples, 1481: An Early Poem of Jacobo Sannazaro (Language: English)
John B. Dillon, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Session: 124
Title: INTERDISCIPLINARITY IN MEDIEVAL LITERARY STUDIES
Organiser: Karen Gross, Department of English, Stanford University, California
Moderator: Karen Gross
Paper 124-a Marx Goes to Carnival: What Does Materialist History Bring to Medieval Literature (Language: English)
Anthony Kemp, Department of English, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Paper 124-b Troilus and Criseyde: Between Memory and History (Language: English)
Ruth Evans, Centre for the Study of Medieval Society and Culture, University of Wales, Cardiff

Paper 124-c Back to the Future of Authorship, or, What the Middle Ages Can Tell Us about the Internet (Language: English)
Meg Worley, Department of Comparative Literature, Stanford University, California

Session: 125
Title: TRADE IN 15TH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Sponsor: University of Birmingham
Organiser: Richard Goddard, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Mark Bailey, Leeds Grammar School
Paper 125-a Early 15th-Century Petty Traders and Retailers of South-West Suffolk (Language: English)
James Davis, Jesus College, University of Cambridge
Paper 125-b Colleges and other Consumers in Late Medieval Cambridge (Language: English)
John Lee, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
Paper 125-c Dicing with Debt: Trading Conditions in Late Medieval Coventry (Language: English)
Richard Goddard


MONDAY 9 JULY 2001: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 201
Title: ANGLO-SAXON MANUSCRIPTS IN THE COTTON COLLECTION
Sponsor: Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies, Kalamazoo
Organiser: Timothy C. Graham, The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
Moderator: Timothy C. Graham
Paper 201-a 'Her mon mæg giet gesion hiora swæð': Some Cotton Manuscripts Revisited (Language: English)
Janet M. Bately, King's College, University of London
Paper 201-b BL Cotton Vespasian B. vi, fols. 104-9 (Language: English)
Simon D. Keynes, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 201-c Alfred's Soliloquies in Cotton Tiberius A. iii (Language: English)
Paul E. Szarmach, The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo

Session: 202
Title: MEDIEVAL ART: OPEN SESSION I
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Janet E. Snyder, West Virginia University, Morgantown
Paper 202-a Architectural Sculpture in Merovingian and Carolingian Paris (Language: English)
Danielle V. Johnson, Wells College Junior Year Abroad Programme, Paris
Paper 202-b Peter Damian's Use of the 'Domus Dei' in his Ideology of Reform (Language: English)
Jennifer A. Harris, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
Paper 202-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 203
Title: MODES OF CONSTRUCTING MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Rachel Dressler, Department of Art, State University of New York, Albany
Paper 203-a Some Medieval Techniques for the Construction of Vaults in North-West Europe (Language: English)
Gavin Simpson, Historic Buildings Research Unit, University of Nottingham
Paper 203-b The Paradox of Imperfection in the Medieval Cathedral (Language: English)
Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University
Paper 203-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 205
Title: SERMONS AND SOCIETY
Sponsor: Disputatio: An International Transdisciplinary Journal of the Late Middle Ages
Organiser: Georgiana Donavin, Department of English, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 205-a Preaching on the Ethics of the Marketplace in 'ad status' Sermons (Language: English)
Monica Sandor, Department of History, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
Paper 205-b Boy Bishops, Homiletic Violence and Identity Formation (Language: English)
Eve Salisbury, Department of English, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
Paper 205-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 206
Title: FORCE AND INTELLECT: ROYAL SCHOLARSHIP IN 13TH-CENTURY FRANCE AND SPAIN
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Wendy R. Childs, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 206-a 'Rex scholaribus impendebat': The King's Image as Patron of Learning in 13th-Century French and Spanish Chronicles - A Comparative Approach (Language: English)
Manuel Alejandro Rodriguez, Universidad Autonoma, Madrid / St John's College, Cambridge
Paper 206-b Writing the cuña castellana into Political Existence: Language Change and the Foundations of Modernity in 13th-Century Castile (Language: English)
David Rojinsky, Department of Hispanic Studies, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Paper 206-c The Anaesthetic Stones of Alfonso the Learned (Language: English)
Ann Christys, School of History, University of Leeds

Session: 207
Title: MUNDANE AND PROFANE USES OF MEDIEVAL SACRED SPACES II: SYNAGOGUE, MOSQUE AND SHRINE IN THE CENTRAL AND LATE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Dawn Marie Hayes, Department of History, Iona College, New Rochelle, New York
Moderator: Dawn Marie Hayes
Paper 207-a The Synagogue in Provencia as a Social Institution during the High Middle Ages (Language: English)
Shlomo H. Pick, Institute for Advanced Torah Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan
Paper 207-b Sanctified Space: Thaumaturgy and Carnival at the Shrines of the Saints (Language: English)
Susan E. Jones, Palm Beach Atlantic College, West Palm Beach, Florida
NEW: Paper 207-c Cemetery as Last Abode - Cemetery as Last Resort: The Cemeteries of Cairo in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English
May Al-Ibrashy, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

Session: 208
Title: CANON LAW II: THE PAPAL PENITENTIARY AND MARRIAGE
Sponsor: Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio
Organisers: Peter D. Clarke, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge and Frederik Pedersen, Department of History, University of Aberdeen
Moderator: Per Ingesman, Department of Church History, Aarhus Universitet
Paper 208-a Scottish Petitions to the Papal Penitentiary, 1438-1449 (Language: English)
Jennifer McDonald, Department of History, University of Aberdeen
Paper 208-b Scottish Suits for Marriage Dispensations at the Papal Penitentiary (Language: English)
Irene Furneaux, Department of History, University of Aberdeen
Paper 208-c Guardians, Wards and the Decision to Marry in 14th-Century York (Language: English)
Frederik Pedersen

Session: 209
Title: RURAL HOUSING: COMPARISONS AND CONTRASTS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Phillipp R. Schofield, Department of History and Welsh History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Paper 209-a Byzantine Houses in Western Asia Minor (Language: English)
Inci Turkoglu, Department of Art History, Ege University, Istanbul
Paper 209-b Peasant 'Domus' and Material Culture in Northern Castile in the Later Middle Ages (Language: English)
Rafael Oliva Herrer, Department of Medieval History, Universidad de Valladolid
Paper 209-c At Home in the Medieval Peasant House (Language: English)
Nat Alcock, University of Warwick

Session: 210
Title: WHAT IS A LEGAL WIFE? REGIONAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN THE LAWS OF MARRIAGE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Lindsay Bryan, Department of History, Brock University, St Catharines, Ontario
Paper 210-a 'Ignorantie ac incestarum nuptiarum affectatores': Formal Incest Rules and Social Practice in the Southern Burgundian Netherlands (Language: English)
Monique Vleeschouwers-van Melkebeek, Universiteit Gent
Paper 210-b Concubines in the Later Middle Ages: Fornicators or Wives? (Language: English)
Paula M. Rieder, Department of History, University of Nebraska, Kearney
Paper 210-c Germanic Marriage: A Suitable Case for the Dustbin? (Language: English)
Karl J. Heidecker, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen / Pionierproject Verschriftlijking, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 211
Title: THE BED IN MEDIEVAL ROMANCE AND EARLY MODERN DRAMA
Organiser: Stacey L. Hahn, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
Moderator: Christopher R. Clason, Department of German, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
Paper 211-a Kicky-Wicky and Four Posted Trickery: Troping the Bed on the Early Modern Stage (Language: English)
Niels Herold, Department of English, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
Paper 211-b The Enigmatic Contours of the Bed in the Prose Lancelot (Language: English)
Stacey L. Hahn
Paper 211-c Hermeneutics in the Boudoir: Beds, Brutes and Beguilement in Gottfried's Tristan (Language: English)
Christopher R. Clason

Session: 212
Title: LATER MEDIEVAL KINSHIP IN NORTH-WEST EUROPE
Sponsors: Locality and Region Seminar, Institute of Historical Research and Victoria County History
Organiser: Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Moderator: Andrew Wareham
Paper 212-a The Teys: An Essex Gentry Family (Language: English)
Janet Cooper, Victoria County History of Essex, University of Essex
Paper 212-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 212-c Vengeance is Ours: The Involvement of Kin in the Settlement of Feuds in Later Medieval Holland (Language: English)
Peter Hoppenbrouwers, Department of Medieval History, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Session: 213
Title: 'MULIERES, FAMILIAE ET LOCA RELIGIOSA' IN LATE MEDIEVAL ITALY
Sponsor: Department of History, Università degli studi di Perugia
Organiser: Maria Grazia Nico Ottaviani, Department of History, Università degli studi di Perugia
Moderator: Maria Therese Guerra Medici, Università di Roma 'La Sapienza'
Paper 213-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 213-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 213-c The Pulci of Florence: A Family of Writers (Language: English)
Ellissa Weaver, University of Chicago, Illinois
Paper 213-d From the Family to the Convent (Language: English)
Maria Therese Guerra Medici

Session: 214
Title: KINGSHIP, SAINTHOOD AND LORDSHIP: THE CONSTRUCTION OF AUTHORITY IN THE MEDIEVAL BRITISH ISLES
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Organiser: Robert Rouse, Department of English, University of Bristol
Moderator: James Ruel, Department of Historical Studies, University of Bristol
Paper 214-a Alfred the 'wiseste man' and Athelstan the 'wodere': Anglo-Saxon Kings in Post-Conquest Literary Contexts (Language: English)
Robert Rouse
Paper 214-b Visual Representations of Kingship: Wall Paintings of Saint Christopher in the English Parish Church (Language: English)
Eleanor Elizabeth Pridgeon, Centre for Continuing Education, University of Bristol
Paper 214-c 'Roi de Folie': The 'Kingship' of Roger Mortimer (Language: English)
Paul Richard Dryburgh, Department of Historical Studies, University of Bristol

Session: 215
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES I: CHRISTIANITY VERSUS PAGANISM
Sponsors: Forschungstelle für Geschichte des Mittelalters, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften and Research Institute for History and Culture, Universiteit Utrecht
Organiser: Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Kate Cooper, Department of Religions and Theology, University of Manchester
Paper 215-a Teaching the Profane: Early Medieval Techniques of Grammar Education (Language: English)
Inge Bakker, Department of Medieval Studies, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 215-b Perverse Priests and Pious Pagans: Some Problems of Early Medieval Rural Christianity (Language: English)
Carine van Rhijn, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 215-c WITHDRAWN
Respondent: Kate Cooper

Session: 216
Title: GALBERT OF BRUGES AND FLEMISH HISTORIOGRAPHY I
Organiser: Jeff Rider, Department of Romance Languages, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Moderator: Jeff Rider
Paper 216-a The Erembalds Revisted: The Political and Literary Destruction of a 12th-Century Clan (Language: English)
Alan V. Murray, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 216-b Dead Dogs and Punished Provosts: History in the Fabliau Du provost à l'aumuche and Fabliau History in The Murder of Charles the Good (Language: English)
Lisa H. Cooper, Columbia University, New York, and Mary Agnes Edsall, Villanova University, Pennsylvania
Paper 216-c The Murder of Charles the Good, Homoeroticism and the Ruin of the Erembalds (Language: English)
Bert Demyttenaere, Department of History, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Session: 217
Title: IMAGING THE SELF: LATE MEDIEVAL SELF TESTIMONIES IN THEIR CONTEXTS I
Sponsor: Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Organiser: Sabine Schmolinsky, Department of History, Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Moderator: Sabine Schmolinsky
Paper 217-a Autobiography as Social Practice: Context, Audience and Language in German Speaking Areas in the 15th and 16th Centuries (Language: English)
Gabriele Jancke, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
Paper 217-b Boten, Prokuratoren, Sollicitanten und Zeugen: Das erzählende Ich im Dickicht der Reichsgerichtsakten im 16. Jahrhundert (Language: Deutsch)
Jörg Hillmann, Wehrgeschichtliches Ausbildungszentrum, Marineschule Mürwick
Paper 217-c Sodomy and Subjectivity in the Early Modern Courtroom (Language: English)
Helmut Puff, Department of German, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Session: 218
Title: MONASTIC CUSTOMARIES: QUESTIONS OF METHODOLOGY FOR UNDER-UTILISED SOURCES II
Organisers: Susan Boynton, Department of Music, Columbia University, New York, and Isabelle Cochelin, Department of History, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 218-a Monastic Customaries and Architecture: Prescriptions for Liturgy and Everyday Life in the Light of the Architectural Evidence of the Monasteries Concerned (11th-12th Centuries) (Language: English)
Kristina Krüger, Universität Göttingen / Freie Universität Berlin
Paper 218-b The Illustrated Giant Bible and the Ordo librorum ad legendum: Monastic Bible Reading in the Age of Reform (Language: English)
Diane J. Reilly, Hope School of Fine Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper 218-c The Dormant Language: Monastic Sign Language in the Cluniac Customaries (Language: English)
Scott G. Bruce, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University, New Jersey

Session: 219
Title: MEDIEVAL SCHOLASTIC THOUGHT
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 219-a The Formal Sign in Bonaventure's Theory of Cognition (Language: English)
Christopher M. Cullen, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University, New York
Paper 219-b The Subject of Augustine's Confessions: Towards a Theory of Medieval Subjectivity (Language: English)
Ronald J. Ganze, Department of English, University of Oregon, Eugene
Paper 219-c Aquinas' Reconstruction of Medieval Political Thought (Language: English)
Kunbi Olasope, Department of Classical Studies, University of Ibadan

Session: 220
Title: MUSIC OF MEDIEVAL CELTIC REGIONS I: LITURGIES FOR IRISH SAINTS IN INSULAR AND CONTINENTAL CENTRES
Sponsor: Research Group for Music of Medieval Celtic Regions
Organiser: Ann I. Buckley, Darwin College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Ann I. Buckley
Paper 220-a Songs for the Peregrini, part 2: Columbanus, Lustret orbem radiis (Language: English)
Sara Casey, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Paper 220-b Some Remarks on the Music Tradition of the Schotten Congregations (Language: English)
Martin Czernin, Universität Wien / Schottenstift, Wien
Paper 220-c Divine Office Texts for Irish Saints: Patrick, Brigid and Canice (Language: English)
Patrick Brannon, University of St Francis, Joliet, Illinois

Session: 221
Title: SAGA STUDIES 2
Organiser: Philip Westbury Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Matthew Townend, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 221-a Impertinent Children in the Sagas of the Icelanders (Language: English)
Ármann Jakobsson, University of Iceland, Reykjavík
Paper 221-b The Post-Heroic Hero: Narrative Development or Disintegration? (Language: English)
Philip Westbury Cardew

Session: 222
Title: DEVELOPING MEDIEVAL STUDIES I
Sponsor: Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies
Organiser: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Hans-Werner Goetz, Department of History, Universität Hamburg
Paper 222-a Medieval Studies, Modern Times (Language: English)
Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 222-b The Study of Latin Philology (Language: English)
Els Rose, Centre for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Utrecht
NEW: Paper 222-c The Study of Medieval History in Germany (Language: English)
Klaus van Eickels, Department of Medieval History, Universität Bamberg

Session: 223
Title: AUTHORITIES AND AUTHORSHIP IN THE PRODUCTION OF LATIN LETTERS AND TEXTS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Stephen Ryle, School of Classics, University of Leeds
Paper 223-a In the Manner of Martin: The Rhetoric of Exemplarity in Venantius Fortunatus' Letters to Gregory of Tours (Language: English)
Michael Roberts, Department of Classical Studies, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Paper 223-b Winitharius: An Unknown Author of Charlemagne (Language: English)
Peter Ochsenbein, Stiftsbibliothek, St Gallen / Universität Basel
Paper 223-c Latin Classics in Pannonhalma in the 11th Century (Language: English)
Elöd Nemerkényi, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 224
Title: LATE 14TH-CENTURY IRELAND: TEXTS AND CONTEXTS
Organiser: Sylvia Federico, School of English, University of Leeds
Moderator: Sylvia Federico
Paper 224-a Chaucer: The Irish Connection (Language: English)
Rory McTurk, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 224-b Richard II and Ireland (Language: English)
Michael Hanrahan, Subject Centre for English, King's College, University of London
Paper 224-c Medieval Irish Troy Manuscripts (Language: English)
Sylvia Federico

Session: 225
Title: NEW WORK ON MEDIEVAL YORKSHIRE
Sponsor: Yorkshire Archaeological Society
Organiser: Paul S. Barnwell, English Heritage, York
Moderator: Paul S. Barnwell
Paper 225-a Bolton Priory: Its Patrons and Benefactors for the First Hundred Years (Language: English)
Katrina Legg, University of Sheffield / Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, York
Paper 225-b Violence in 14th-Century Selby? (Language: English)
Jeff Hass, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 225-c Environmental Regulation in Later Medieval York (Language: English)
Pamela Hartshorne, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York


MONDAY 9 JULY 2001: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 301
Title: ALFRED, ÆLFRIC AND THE REWRITING OF OLD BOOKS
Sponsor: Fontes Anglo-Saxonici
Organiser: Joyce Hill, School of English / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Joyce Hill
Paper 301-a The Challenge of Sourcing the Old English Orosius (Language: English)
Rohini Jayatilaka, Fontes Anglo-Saxonici Project, University of Oxford
Paper 301-b Juggling with the Past: Alfredian Translation and the (Mis)Representation of Authority (Language: English)
Malcolm Godden, English Faculty, University of Oxford
Paper 301-c Source and Resource: Ælfric's Biblical Adaptations (Language: English)
Stewart Brookes, Department of English, King's College, University of London

Session: 302
Title: MEDIEVAL ART: OPEN SESSION II
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Janet E. Snyder, West Virginia University, Morgantown
Paper 302-a Consent and Servitude: The Pictorial Representation of Serfs in Pope Hadrian IV's Decretal Dignum est (Language: English)
Charlotte Christensen-Nugues, Department of the History of Ideas, Lunds Universitet
Paper 302-b Giotto at the Ognissanti Church in Florence and Trends in Humiliati Patronage (Language: English)
Laurie Taylor-Mitchell, and Julia I. Miller, Department of Art, California State University, Long Beach
Paper 302-c The Naked Bishop: Uses of Nudity in Legal Illustration (Language: English)
Susan L'Engle, Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

Session: 303
Title: RE-CREATING AND RE-USING: THE AFTERLIFE OF MEDIEVAL BUILDINGS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Nancy Wu, The Cloisters Museum, New York
Paper 303-a Aspects of the Patronage, Design and 19th-Century Recreation of the Romanesque Church of St Bartholomew-the-Great, Smithfield (Language: English)
Karen Lundgren, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 303-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 303-c Newstead: From Medieval Priory to Gothick Abbey (Language: English)
Jennifer Alexander, School of Continuing Education, University of Nottingham

Session: 304
Title: 'FAMILIA' AND 'DOMUS' IN MEDIEVAL DRAMA
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Lynette R. Muir, Department of French, University of Leeds
Paper 304-a Linguistic Variations of the Lexical Items Used for Representations of 'Familia' and 'Domus' in Biblical Drama: The Case of the N-Town Manuscript (Language: English)
Asunción Salvador-Rabaza Ramos, Department of English, Universitat de València
Paper 304-b Supporting Acts: Familial and Domestic Relationships between Women in the English Cycle Plays (Language: English)
Lynn Forest-Hill, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 304-c Domestic Farce amidst Sacred Mystery: The 'Mercatorszene' in the German 'Osterspiele' (Language: English)
Martin W. Walsh, Department of Theatre & Drama, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Session: 305
Title: LATIN SERMONS: COMMONPLACES AND CONTROVERSIES
Sponsor: Disputatio: An International Transdisciplinary Journal of the Late Middle Ages
Organiser: Georgiana Donavin, Department of English, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah
Moderator: Martine De Reu, University Library, Universiteit Gent
Paper 305-a Sin and Holiness in Sermons from the High Middle Ages (500-1100) (Language: English)
Martine De Reu
NEW: Paper 305-b Literature and the Literary in Gregory of Tours' Hagiography (Language: English)
Danuta Shanzer, Department of Classics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Paper 305-c Clerical Anti-Semitism in Medieval Latin English Sermons (1150-1350) (Language: English)
Timothy Kovalcik, University of Bristol

Session: 306
Title: THE THREE RELIGIONS IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: David Rojinsky, Department of Hispanic Studies, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Paper 306-a Between East and West: Moslem and Christian Influence on the Jewish Legal Codes of 14th Century Spain (Language: English)
Judah D. Galinsky, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan
Paper 306-b Citizens and Citizenship Status in the Central Middle Ages in Spain: A Comparison between Islam and Christianity (Language: English)
Carolina Lo Nero, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
Paper 306-c Better the Devil you Half-Know? The Mixed Race Figure in Abenámar (Language: English)
Janet Gilbert, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge

Session: 307
Title: MUNDANE AND PROFANE USES OF MEDIEVAL SACRED SPACES III: (RE)NEGOTIATING BOUNDARIES FOR THE HOLY
Organiser: Dawn Marie Hayes, Department of History, Iona College, New Rochelle, New York
Moderator: Dawn Marie Hayes
Paper 307-a Physical Form and Symbolic Function in Norwegian Wooden Churches from c. 950 (Language: English)
Jørgen H. Jensenius, Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, Oslo
Paper 307-b Mundane and Sacred: Holy Relics in Mapping the Monastic Domain (Language: English)
Dmitri Starostine, Department of History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 307-c Humanism and the Public Good: Reshaping the Secular Use of Churches in 16th-Century Lyon (Language: English)
Anna Maslakovic, Department of History, State University of New York, New Paltz

Session: 308
Title: CANON LAW III: THEORY AND PRACTICE
Sponsor: Iuris Canonici Medii Aevi Consociatio
Organiser: Peter D. Clarke, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Peter D. Clarke
Paper 308-a Innocent III as Administrator: Some Roots of his Order for Society (Language: English)
Shannon Williamson, Department of History, University of Syracuse, New York
Paper 308-b Canon Law as a Practical Science (Language: English)
Magnus Ryan, Warburg Institute, University of London
Paper 308-c The Church and its Influence on Late Medieval Maritime Law (Language: English)
Edda Frankot, Department of History, University of Aberdeen

Session: 309
Title: ARISTOCRATIC DOMESTICITY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 309-a The Rufolo Palace in Ravello: Merchant Patronage and Diversification of Domestic Space in Southern Italy (Language: English)
Jill Caskey, Department of Fine Art, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 309-b The Da Varano Palace in Camerino (14th-16th Centuries): Typology and Evolution of a Central Italian Aristocratic Residence (Language: English)
Fiorella Paino, Centro Linguistico di Ateneo, Università di Camerino
Paper 309-c Gendered Household Space in Christine de Pizan's Livre des trois vertus (Language: English)
Karen Fresco, Department of French, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Session: 310
Title: MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Organiser: Jacqueline Murray, Department of History, University of Windsor, Ontario
Moderator: Katherine J. Lewis, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Paper 310-a Peasant Marriage: Some Evidence from Surnames in Village Court Rolls (Language: English)
Sherri Olson, Department of History, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Paper 310-b An English Bishop and the Governance of Marriage and Morals (Language: English)
Lindsay Bryan, Department of History, Brock University, St Catharines, Ontario
Paper 310-c The Church on Marriage: An Ambivalent Message (Language: English)
Jacqueline Murray

Session: 311
Title: SOME ASPECTS OF ILLEGITIMATE LOVE IN CROATIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Organiser: Marija Karbic, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Moderator: Zrinka Nikolic, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest / Institute for Croatian History, University of Zagreb
Paper 311-a 'Brothers' or 'Bastards': The Attitude of Croation Nobility towards Illegitimacy (Language: English)
Damir Karbic, Historical Institute, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb
Paper 311-b Extramarital Sex and Female Servants in Patrician Families in Late Medieval Dubrovnik (Language: English)
Gordan Ravancic, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Paper 311-c The 'Illicit Love' in Medieval Slavonian Cities (Language: English)
Marija Karbic

Session: 312
Title: ONOMASTICS AND KINSHIP STUDIES
Sponsors: Society for Onomastics and Kinship Studies and 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
NEW: Paper 312-a Women and Inheritance in Norman England: The Case of Geva Ridel (Language: English)
Judith Green, School of Modern History, The Queen's University, Belfast

Paper 312-b Kinship Terminology in the Old Norse Context (Language: English)
Bente Opheim, Department of History, Universitetet i Bergen
Paper 312-c Personal Names in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem: A New Approach to the Study of Frankish Society (Language: English)
Iris Shagrir, Department of History, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem / The Open University, Israel

Session: 314
Title: CROWN AND TOWN: THE URBAN CONTEXT OF ROYAL POLITICS IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Joanna Laynesmith, Pembroke College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Barrie Dobson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 314-a Bristol and the Succession to the Crown in 1326-7 (Language: English)
W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 314-b John de Gisburn and the 'Horrible Chose' in York at the Time of the English Rising of 1381 (Language: English)
Christian D. Liddy, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 314-c Constructing Queenship at Coventry: Pageantry and Politics at Margaret of Anjou's 'Secret Harbour' in the 1450s (Language: English)
Joanna Laynesmith

Session: 315
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES II: HAGIOGRAPHY IN SOUTH-EAST GERMANY
Sponsors: Forschungstelle für Geschichte des Mittelalters, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften and Research Institute for History and Culture, Universiteit Utrecht
Organiser: Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 315-a Text and Transmission of the Passio Floriani (Language: English)
Christian Rohr, Department of History, Universität Salzburg
Paper 315-b Boniface and Charlemagne: A Comparison of the Fellings of the Donar Oak and the Irminsul (Language: English)
Carole M. Cusack, School of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney
Paper 315-c Selected Saints: Hagiographical Collections in Carolingian Bavaria (Language: English)
Max Diesenberger, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Respondent: Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds

Session: 316
Title: GALBERT OF BRUGES AND FLEMISH HISTORIOGRAPHY II
Organiser: Jeff Rider, Department of Romance Languages, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Moderator: Jeff Rider
Paper 316-a History and Historians in Bruges from Galbert to Meyerus (Language: English)
James M. Murray, Department of History, University of Cincinnati, Ohio
Paper 316-b Guilty in Defence: The Experience of Urban Siege in Galbert of Bruges, Geoffroi of Vigeois and Gislebert of Mons (Language: English)
Steven Isaac, Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa
Paper 316-c Chronicles of Revolt: Galbert's De Multro and Jean Froissart's Chronique de Flandres (Language: English)
Godfried Croenen, Department of French, University of Liverpool

Session: 317
Title: IMAGING THE SELF: LATE MEDIEVAL SELF-TESTIMONIES IN THEIR CONTEXTS II
Sponsor: Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Organiser: Sabine Schmolinsky, Department of History, Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Moderator: Markus Späth, Department of History, Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Paper 317-a Family, Childhood and Youth: Autobiographical Testimonies of Late Medieval and Early Modern Times (Language: English)
Klaus Arnold, Department of History, Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg
Paper 317-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 317-c Female Monastic Life in the Convent Diary of the Holy Cross Close to Brunswick in the Late Middle Ages (1484-1507) (Language: English)
Eva Schlotheuber, Historischer Seminar, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Paper 317-d WITHDRAWN

Session: 318
Title: MONASTIC CUSTOMARIES III: PRESENTATION OF EDITIONS IN PROGRESS, FOLLOWED BY DISCUSSION
Organisers: Susan Boynton, Department of Music, Columbia University, New York, and Isabelle Cochelin, Department of History, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 318-a The Customary of San Cugat del Valles (Language: English)
Ephrem Compte, Independent Scholar
Paper 318-b The Cluniac Customary of Bernard (Language: English)
Susan Boynton and Isabelle Cochelin

Session: 319
Title: PSEUDO-ARISTOTLE ON ECONOMICS AND ARISTOTLE ON RHETORIC: 'FAMILIA' AND 'DOMUS'
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Lahcen E. Ezzaher, Department of English, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley
Paper 319-a 'Domus', 'Coniugium' and 'Familia' in Medieval Philosophy: The Questions Concerning Household, Marriage and Family in the Parisian Commentary of Bartholomew of Bruges on the Pseudo-Aristotelian Economics (1309) (Language: English)
Pavel Blazek, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena
Paper 319-b WITHDRAWN
NEW: Paper 319-c Apophantism and Hesychasm in the Medieval Eastern Christendom (Language: English)
Alexandru Giuculescu, Bucharest

Session: 320
Title: MUSIC OF MEDIEVAL CELTIC REGIONS II: SOURCES, THEORY, AND PERFORMANCE RECONSTRUCTION OF 'CERDD DANT', WELSH STRING MUSIC
Sponsor: Research Group for Music of Medieval Celtic Regions
Organiser: Ann I. Buckley, Darwin College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Sally Harper, Centre for Advanced Welsh Music Studies, University of Wales, Bangor
Paper 320-a So How Many Irishmen Went to Glyn Achlach? Early Accounts of the Formation of Cerdd Dant in Wales (Language: English)
Sally Harper
Paper 320-b The Compositional Basis of Late Medieval Welsh String Music (Language: English)
Robert Evans, Independent Scholar, Cardiff
Paper 320-c Medieval Welsh Bardic Music: Interpreting the Robert ap Huw Manuscript (Language: English)
William Taylor, Ardival Harps, Strathpeffer

NEW: Session: 321
Title: CLIMATIC, ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC CHANGE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Organisor: Balázs Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Ian Blanchard, Department of Economic & Social History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 321-a Weather Events and Climate in Medieval Hungary: Research Methods and Problems (Language: English)
Andrea Kiss, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 321-b Economic Transformations and Climatic Changes in Late Medieval Central Europe (Language: English)
Balázs Nagy, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 321-c The Medieval World of Islam: An Environmental and Economic Analysis (Language: English)
Ian Blanchard, Department of Economic & Social History, University of Edinburgh

Session: 322
Title: DEVELOPING MEDIEVAL STUDIES II
Sponsor: Mediävistenverband
Organiser: Hans-Werner Goetz, Department of History, Universität Hamburg
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 322-a The Study of Medieval History in the UK (Language: English)
Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 322-b The Study of English Literature (Language: English)
Wilhelm G. Busse, Department of English, Heinrich Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 322-c The Study of Rituals (Language: English)
Frank Rexroth, Department of History, Universität Bielefeld

Session: 323
Title: LATE MEDIEVAL DEMOGRAPHY AND ECONOMY IN NORTH-WEST EUROPE
Organiser: Edward J. Thompson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Moderator: Michael Osmann, Independent Scholar
Paper 323-a How Many People Died in the Black Death in Europe (1346-1353)? (Language: English)
Ole Jørgen Benedictow, Department of History, Universitetet i Oslo
Paper 323-b Immigrants and the Foreign Economy in London (Language: English)
Jamieson Weetman, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Paper 323-c Aberdeen's Population and Economy (1398-1447) (Language: English)
Edward J. Thompson

Session: 324
Title: OF ROBES AND ROLES: GENDER AND IDENTIFICATION IN CHRÉTIEN DE TROYES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 324-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 324-b La quête d'une identité masculine dans Le Conte du Graal de Chrétien de Troyes (Language: Français)
Eugénia M. dos Santos, University of Western Ontario, London

Session: 325
Title: LATER MEDIEVAL LANGUAGE, AUTHORSHIP AND METRE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Geert De Wilde, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 325-a 'Sect Idiom versus Idiolect': The Authorship of English Wycliffite Writings Revisited (Language: English)
Matti Peikola, Department of English, University of Turku
Paper 325-b Langland's Alliteration Techniques in Piers Plowman: Unity and Diversity in Alliterative Metre (Language: English)
Yasuyo Moriya, Department of English, International Christian University, Tokyo
Paper 325-c The Norman Conquest as Source for Lexical Interference (Language: English)
Ferdinand von Mengden, Department of English, Freie Universität Berlin


MONDAY 9 JULY 2001: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 407
Title: EXILE IN THE MIDDLE AGES: DEFINITIONS, REPRESENTATIONS - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Organiser: Axel E. W. Müller, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Moderator: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Purpose: This session provides a forum for scholars with interest in any aspect of exile to meet and discuss their work, with a view to generating ideas and possible sessions and proposals for IMC 2002. We will approach the concept of Exile in an interdisciplinary fashion, and consider it at metaphorical and literary level. Wendy R. Childs (University of Leeds), Peter D. Clarke (University of Cambridge), Gisela Drossbach (Universität München), Anne J. Duggan (University of London), Dee Dyas (University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd), Susan Einbinder (Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio), Dawn Marie Hayes (Iona College, New Rochelle, New York), Graham Jones (University of Leicester), William C. Jordan (Princeton University, New Jersey), Catherine Keen (University of Leeds), Maiju Lehmijoki-Gardner (Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland / Academy of Finland), Jude Mackley (University of York), Mary Swan (University of Leeds) and Victoria Thompson (University of York) will be amongst the participants in the discussion.

Session: 409
Title: MEDIEVAL TOYS AND GAMES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE AND PROBLEMS
Organisers: Marnix Pieters, Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium, Asse, and Frans Verhaeghe, Department of Art and Archaeology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Purpose: Quite a few medieval sites yield evidence relating to the world of games and toys in the medieval household. The mainly 15th-century site of Walraversijde near Oostende on the Flemish coast provides an excellent, though by no means complete, range of archaeological indicators for this kind of activity. Simultaneously, however, the site also illustrates the limitations of this type of source, amongst them problems related to functional identification, the quantitative aspects of such activities, their spatial organisation, and others. It is suggested that a more integrated use of historical, archaeological and iconographical sources could to some extent help with these difficulties. It is altogether not clear to what extent a specific socio-cultural environment such as that of the Walraversijde fishermen's village has an impact on the kind of games played or toys used. Therefore a more systematic approach of the many finds - quite a few of which remain unpublished and therefore unknown - is to be advocated. Speakers include Marnix Pieters (Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium, Asse) and Frans Verhaeghe (Vrije Universiteit Brussel).

Session: 416
Title: GENDER AND THE STUDY OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsor: The Journal of Gender and History
Organiser: Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Moderator: Pauline Ann Stafford, School of History, University of Liverpool
Purpose: The publication of a special issue of the journal Gender and History devoted to medieval history is a good occasion to discuss the problem of gender in historical research. Historians from various backgrounds and disciplinary traditions will reflect on how gender and gender studies approaches influenced their own research and how these issues should, or should not, influence historical research of the medieval period in general. Participants include Michael Clanchy (University of London), Bert Roest (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen), Hedwig Röckelein (Universität Göttingen) and Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker.

Session: 420
Title: MUSIC OF MEDIEVAL CELTIC REGIONS III - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON CURRENT RESEARCH AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
Sponsor: Research Group for Music of Medieval Celtic Regions
Organiser: Ann I. Buckley, Darwin College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Ann I. Buckley
Purpose: The aim of this round table is to discuss current and future directions in research and publication of source materials and studies relating to music of medieval Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Due consideration will be accorded the wider cultural contexts of the Celtic-speaking regions, with particular reference to musical styles and networks of patronage shared with England and Continental Europe. Participants in this discussion include Patrick Brannon (University of St Francis, Joliet, Illinois), Sara Casey (University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), Martin Czernin (Universität Wien), Robert Evans (Independent Scholar, Cardiff), Sally Harper (University of Wales, Bangor) and William Taylor (Ardival Harps, Strathpepper).

Session: 422
Title: DEVELOPING MEDIEVAL STUDIES III: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsors: Research Institute for History and Culture, Universiteit Utrecht and Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies
Organiser: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Marco Mostert
Purpose: In October 2000, the newly-founded Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies presented itself to its Dutch colleagues by means of a symposium on 'Developing Medieval Studies'. Ten medievalists from the Netherlands and abroad introduced a discussion of old and new themes which might be of interest to scholars in the coming years. This evening's round table discussion offers an opportunity to continue these discussions with input from medievalists of all disciplines. Among the questions to be raised are the following: How does our image of the Middle Ages evolve? Which present-day questions influence our approaches? Which 'new sources' do we discover to answer our questions? Which methodological inventions allow us to question the 'old sources' anew? In short: whither medieval studies? Introductory statements will be made Wilhelm G. Busse (Universität Düsseldorf), (Mayke de Jong (Universiteit Utrecht), Hans-Werner Goetz (Universität Hamburg), Jörg Jarnut (Universität GH Paderborn), Frank Rexroth (Universität Bielefeld), Els Rose (Universiteit Utrecht) and Klaus van Eickels (Universität Bamberg). Afterwards, the floor is open for discussion. This discussion is followed by a reception.


TUESDAY 10 JULY 2001: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 501
Title: ASPECTS OF WISDOM IN THE POETIC SOLOMON AND SATURN DIALOGUES
Organiser: Jennifer Neville, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London
Moderator: Jennifer Neville
Paper 501-a The Need for Wisdom: Solomon and Saturn II and its North-West European Context (Language: English)
Karin Olsen, Department of English, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 501-b The Situation of Wisdom in Solomon and Saturn II (Language: English)
Antonina Harbus, Department of English, University of Sydney
Paper 501-c 'What's in it for Me?' Wisdom out in the World in Solomon and Saturn I and II (Language: English)
Jennifer Neville

Session: 502
Title: 10TH-CENTURY PLACES OF POWER IN GERMANY AND POLAND
Sponsor: Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum für Kultur und Geschichte Ostmitteleuropas e.V., Leipzig
Organiser: Matthias Hardt, Geisteswissenschafliches Zentrum für Kultur und Geschichte Ostmitteleuropas e.V.
Moderator: Matthias Hardt
Paper 502-a Royal Palaces and Courts in the Area of the Harz-Mountains (Language: English)
Matthias Hardt
Paper 502-b Interpretations of Older Excavations: New Research on the Area around Magdeburg Cathedral (Language: English)
Babette Ludowici, Geisteswissenschafliches Zentrum für Kultur und Geschichte Ostmitteleuropas e.V.
Paper 502-c Archaeological Research on Piast Representative Architecture (Language: English)
Hanna Kocka-Krenz, Uniwersytet im. Adam Mickiewicz, Poznan

Session: 503
Title: 'DOMUS, ECCLESIA, ET FAMILIA' I: CULT SITES
Sponsor: Victoria County History
Organiser: Carol Davidson-Cragoe, Victoria County History, London
Moderator: Richard Morris
Paper 503-a The Ritual and Liturgy of Early Medieval Saints' Cults: The Architectural Setting (Language: English)
Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 503-b Privatising the Sacred Landscape? Chapels and Popular Cult Sites in Britain (900-1100) (Language: English)
John Blair, The Queen's College, University of Oxford
Paper 503-c Bottle-kicking and Pilgrimage: Families at Play and Prayer in an English Parish (Language: English)
Graham Jones, Centre for English Local History, University of Leicester

Session: 504
Title: HOUSEHOLD ENTERTAINMENTS I
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama (REED)
Organisers: Rosalind C. Hays, Department of History, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, and Barbara D. Palmer, Department of English, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Moderator: Peter Meredith, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 504-a 'Unhallowed Threads of Revelry': The Girl Abbess Phenomenon (Language: English)
Kate E. Matthews, Department of Drama, Royal Holloway, University of London
Paper 504-b Entertaining 'Wrecched Wommen': Criseyde's Roman de Thebes and Pandarus' Thebaid (Language: English)
Andrew J. Majeske, Department of English, University of California, Davis
Respondent: Barbara D. Palmer

Session: 505
Title: CELTIC SAINTS, KINGS AND MISSIONS: COMMEMORATION OF THE 1350TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF ST AIDAN OF LINDISFARNE I
Sponsor: Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh
Organiser: Morgyn Wagner, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Thomas O. Clancy, Department of Celtic, University of Glasgow
Paper 505-a To Be Announced (Language: English)
Thomas Charles-Edwards, Department of Modern History, University of Oxford
Paper 505-b Clerics, Poets and Jurists in Early Ireland: The Mandarin Class of Scholars Reconsidered (Language: English)
Bart Jaski, Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 505-c Bridei, Son of Derilei: The Forgotten Reign of an Important Pictish King (Language: English)
James Fraser, Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh

Session: 506
Title: EUROPEANS IN THE MAGHREB IN THE MIDDLE AGES I
Sponsors: Medieval Encounters and Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale, Université de Poitiers
Organiser: John Tolan, Department of History, Université de Nantes
Moderator: John Tolan
Paper 506-a Christian Merchants and Merchant Communities in Tunis in the Late 13th Century (Language: English)
Olivia Remie Constable, Department of History, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 506-b La communauté italienne en Ifriqiya au XIIIe siècle (Language: Français)
Tahar Mansouri, Université de Tunis et de Sfax
Paper 506-c Bougie et l'expansion commerciale européenne en méditerranée occidentale (XIIe-XVe siècles) (Language: Français)
Dominique Valérian, École Française de Rome

Session: 507
Title: DEMONIC BEINGS IN MEDIEVAL ART, LITERATURE AND POPULAR TRADITION
Sponsor: Institute of European Ethnology and Folklore, Universität Innsbruck
Organiser: Leander Petzoldt, Institute of European Ethnology and Folklore, Universität Innsbruck
Moderator: Leander Petzoldt
Paper 507-a Riesen und Zwerge: Die Verkörperung der Anderen Welt in Literatur und Kunst des Mittelalters (Language: Deutsch)
Norbert Ott, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, München
Paper 507-b Der Wald in der Literatur des Mittelalters: Zuflucht der Dämonen und mythischer Ort (Language: Deutsch)
Katharina Pektor, Universität Salzburg
Paper 507-c Forces of the Dark in Brittany: Pagan and Christian Beliefs (Language: English)
Claude Lucette Evans, Department of French, University of Toronto, Mississauga, Ontario

Session: 508
Title: INTELLECTUALISING THE MEDIEVAL WORLD
Sponsor: Studies in Medievalism
Organiser: Gwendolyn A. Morgan, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman / Studies in Medievalism
Moderator: Gwendolyn A. Morgan
Paper 508-a Together with All the Rights and Privileges: Justifying Modern Academic Discontent with a Mythic Medieval Past (Language: English)
Gwendolyn A. Morgan
Paper 508-b Medievalism as MetaHistory: The Mont St Michel and Chartres of Henry Adams (Language: English)
Charles Connell, Department of History, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
Paper 508-c Ulisse de Matteis and the Revival of Medieval Stained Glass in 19th-Century Florence (Language: English)
Nancy M. Thompson, Art Department, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota

Session: 509
Title: DECORATION AND THE 'DOMUS' IN LATE ANTIQUITY
Sponsor: International Center for Medieval Art, New York
Organiser: Stephanie Smith, Department of Art, Youngstown State University, Ohio
New: Moderator: Kirstin Noreen, Department of Art History, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
Paper 509-a Pagan Myth at Home: The Sleeping Ariadne on Late Antique Domestic Pavements (Language: English)
Jean Sorabella, Columbia University, New York
Paper 509-b The 'Domus' as Depicted on the Proiecta Casket (Language: English)
Marice Rose, Fairfield University, Connecticut
Paper 509-c The Tomb as 'Domus' in the Catacombs of Rome (Language: English)
Stephanie Smith

Session: 510
Title: VOCABULARIES OF THE HOUSEHOLD
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Isabel M. Davis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Andrew F. Butcher, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 510-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 510-b The Professional Vocabulary of Artisans' Activities and the Household Contribution to Work in 14th- and 15th-Century Oporto (Language: English)
Arnaldo Rui Azevedo de Sousa Melo, Universidade do Minho, Braga / PACO Project
Paper 510-c Love's Labours Found: The Vocabulary of Labour in the Construction of Male Marital and Sexual Identities in Late 14th-Century England (Language: English)
Isabel M. Davis

Session: 511
Title: TESTING FIDELITY: MARRIAGE AND THE DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Jean Dangler, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University, Talahassee
NEW: Paper 511-a Cleaning the House of Arthur: Sexual and Textual Infidelities in La Mort Arthu (Language: English)
Ewa Slojka, Department of Comparative Literature, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Paper 511-b The Clerk's Cautionary Tale (Language: English)
Alison Louise Langdon, Department of English, University of Oregon, Eugene
Paper 511-c Honoured in the Breach? The (Un)Makings of Family in the Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles (Language: English)
Yvette-M. Smith, Department of French, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Session: 512
Title: FAMILIES AS ACTORS IN THE ITALIAN CITY STATES (12TH -14TH CENTURIES)
Sponsor: 'Symbolische Kommunikation und Gesellschaftliche Wertesysteme', Universität Münster
Organiser: Christoph Dartmann, SFB 496, Universität Münster
Moderator: Christoph Dartmann
Paper 512-a Notaries' Families in the Political Life of Italian Cities (c. 1100-1300) (Language: English)
Petra Schulte, Department of History, Universität Köln
Paper 512-b The Family in the Civil Strife in Italy (Language: English)
Christoph Dartmann
Paper 512-c 'Biloved and drad, thurgh favour of Fortune / Bothe of his lordes and of his commune': Formation of Identity and Appearance of North-Italian Signoral Families in the 14th Century (Language: English)
Christoph Friedrich Weber, SFB 496, Universität Münster

Session: 513
Title: RULE AND MISRULE IN THE PRINCELY HOUSEHOLD
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Elisabeth Schreiner, Department of Spanish Studies, Universität Salzburg
Paper 513-a The Lady-in-Waiting: What Some 13th-Century Middle High German Religious Biographies Suggest about her Place within Courtly Society and the Noble Household (Language: English)
Joseph M. Sullivan, Department of Modern Languages, University of Oklahoma, Norman
Paper 513-b The Royal Household in the 13th-Century Realms of Aragon (Language: English)
Marta VanLandingham, Department of History, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Paper 513-c Whores, Strumpets, Flatterers and Other Unworthy Persons: Riot in the 'Familia regis' and Lancastrian Poetics (Language: English)
Jenni Nuttall, Magdalen College, University of Oxford

Session: 514
Title: ENGLISH REGIONAL IDENTITIES: SHAPING, RESHAPING AND DESTRUCTION
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: Chris Lewis, School of History, University of Liverpool
Moderator: David Carpenter, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 514-a The Norman Conquest and the Reshaping of English Regional Identities (Language: English)
Chris Lewis
Paper 514-b Conquest, Lordship, and the Identity of Southern Cumbria from the 7th to the 13th Century (Language: English)
Paul Latimer, Department of History, Bilkent University, Ankara
Paper 514-c Regional Power, Pretension and Personality: Who Ruled the Severn Valley (1100-1300) (Language: English)
David Crouch, University of Hull

Session: 515
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES III: IDENTIFICATIONS
Sponsors: Forschungstelle für Geschichte des Mittelalters, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften and Research Institute for History and Culture, Universiteit Utrecht
Organiser: Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Rosamond McKitterick, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 515-a Aryans and Semites: Religion, Ethnicity and Modern Medievalism (Language: English)
Conrad Leyser, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 515-b Ethnic Roles and Social Models in Frankish Historiography (Language: English)
Helmut Reimitz
Paper 515-c Foreigners and Enemies: South Italian Identities in the 9th and 10th Centuries (Language: English)
Walter Pohl, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

Session: 516
Title: WITNESSING EARLY-MODERN SCOTLAND
Sponsors: Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton and Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester
Organiser: John J. McGavin, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Moderator: Greg Walker, Department of English, University of Leicester
Paper 516-a Record-Keeping in the Scottish Borders (Language: English)
Eila Williamson, Records of Early Drama: Scotland / University of Southampton
Paper 516-b Kings and their Subjects: A Scottish Perspective (Language: English)
Nicola Royan, Department of Scottish Literature, University of Glasgow
Paper 516-c From David Lindsay to Skipper Lindsay: Play, Sermon and Memory in Melville's Diary (Language: English)
John J. McGavin

Session: 517
Title: CHARTERS AS OBJECTS: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR LITERACY OF EXTERNAL FEATURES OF CHARTERS I
Sponsor: Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Organiser: Karl J. Heidecker, Pionierproject Verschriftlijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Karl J. Heidecker
Paper 517-a The Chancery's Subscriptions on Carolingian Royal Charters (Language: English)
Peter Worm, SFB 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Universität Münster
NEW: Paper 517-b Looking at Carolingian and Ottonian Charters: Some Reflections (Language: English)
Brigitte Merta, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien

Paper 517-c Objects as Charters: Examples from England (Language: English)
Michael Clanchy, Institute of Historical Research, University of London

Session: 518
Title: COMING TO TERMS: BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX COUNTERING TRADITION
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Wim Verbaal, Department of Romance Languages, Universiteit Gent
Moderator: Christopher J. Holdsworth, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Exeter
Paper 518-a The Freedom of the Rule (Language: English)
Marinus Burcht Pranger, Department of Theology, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 518-b Rethinking the Desert (Language: English)
Mette Birkedal Bruun, Department of Church History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 518-c Preaching Lectures (Language: English)
Wim Verbaal

Session: 519
Title: NUTRITION, HYGIENE AND MEDICAL CARE
Organisers: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Rudolph Ladan, Department of the History of Medicine, Universiteit Leiden, and Catrien Santing, Instituto Olandese, Roma
Moderator: Rudolph Ladan
Paper 519-a Gluttony, Moderation and the Culinary Arts in Medieval Germany (Language: English)
Melitta Weiss Adamson, University of Western Ontario, London
Paper 519-b 'Ein frumpad mit apfl': Health Care at a Bavarian Court in the 1390s (Language: English)
Dick E. H. de Boer
Paper 519-c Papal Court Physicians (Language: English)
Catrien Santing

Session: 520
Title: ASPECTS OF STYLE AND CANON-FORMATION IN LITURGICAL CHANT: ANTIPHONS, RESPONSORIES AND SEQUENCES
Sponsor: Universität Regensburg
Organiser: David Hiley, Department of Music, Universität Regensburg
Moderator: John Anthony Caldwell, Faculty of Music, University of Oxford
Paper 520-a 'Cantate Domino canticum novum': But Why? And How? Observations on Stylistic Change in the Great Responsories of the Divine Office (Language: English)
David Hiley
Paper 520-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 520-c Aspects of Style and Canon-Formation in the Sequence Repertories of the Medieval English Secular Uses (Language: English)
John Anthony Caldwell
Respondent: David Wulstan, University of Wales, Aberystwyth. The response to this session will focus on the identification of sequences by Heloise

Session: 521
Title: OLD NORSE SAGA AND POETRY
Sponsor: The Viking Society for Northern Research
Organiser: Alison Finlay, Department of English, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Carl Phelpstead, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, University of Cardiff
Paper 521-a The Stories and the Law in Njáls Saga (Language: English)
Joe Allard, Department of Literature, University of Essex
Paper 521-b Gísla Saga: A Medieval Tragedy (Language: English)
Joel Rasbash
Paper 521-c WITHDRAWN
Paper 521-d WITHDRAWN

Session: 522
Title: TEACHING MEDIEVAL SPIRITUALITY: VIRTUE AND VICE
Sponsor: Society for the Study of Medieval Christianity and Culture (Christianity in the Humanities Project, University of Glamorgan)
Organiser: Dee Dyas, Christianity in the Humanities Project, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd
Moderator: Helen Phillips, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Liverpool
Paper 522-a Do Gawain's Vices Teach us Virtue?: Learning through Sin in Medieval Texts (Language: English)
Michelle Sweeney, Department of English, University of Missouri, Rolla
Paper 522-b Virtue, Vice and the Pilgrimage of Life (Language: English)
Dee Dyas
Paper 522-c Goodness Triumphant: The Harrowing of Hell as Essential Apocrypha (Language: English)
Rosalind Field, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 524
Title: CONCEPTIONS AND CONSTRUCTIONS OF AUTHORITY
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Organiser: Kate Rambridge, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Moderator: Kate Rambridge
Paper 524-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 524-b Sacral and Social Ideals of Authority in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Kate Rambridge
Paper 524-c Julian of Norwich: Authority and a Visionary Didactic (Language: English)
Kevin James Magill, Department of Theology, University of Bristol

Session: 525
Title: MEDIEVAL MAPS AND TEXTUALITIES: STUDIES IN MANDEVILLE'S TRAVELS
Sponsor: University of Birmingham Graduate Medievalists' Group
Organiser: Philippa J. Semper, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Wendy Scase, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Paper 525-a 'A boke ... of the whych the Mapamundi is made': John Mandeville and the Textuality of Maps (Language: English)
Philippa J. Semper
Paper 525-b The Audience for the Middle English Mandeville (Language: English)
Lindsay Baker, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Respondent: Valerie I. J. Flint, Department of History, Princeton University, New Jersey


TUESDAY 10 JULY 2001: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 601
Title: THE OLD ENGLISH POEMS OF THE JUNIUS MANUSCRIPT
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Susan Rosser, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Susan Rosser
Paper 601-a Biblical Style and the Old English Exodus (Language: English)
Clare L. Lynch, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Paper 601-b The Thrice-Told Tale in MS Junius II (Language: English)
Janet Schrunk Ericksen, Department of English, University of Minnesota, Morris
Paper 601-c Daniel and the Patriarchs of the Junius Manuscript (Language: English)
Jodi-Anne George, Department of English, University of Dundee

Session: 602
Title: ASPECTS OF BYZANTINE ART
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Holger Klein, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University, New York
Paper 602-a The Representation of the Princely Family in the Kievan Fresco of the 11th Century: Problems of Reconstruction (Language: English)
Tamara Lobova, Moscow State University
Paper 602-b The Images of the Holy Hymnographers in the Iconographical Programme of the Church of St Panteleemon in Nerezi, Macedonia (1164) (Language: English)
Olga Ovtcharova, Moscow Lomonosov State University
Paper 602-c Emblem of an Empire: The Development of the Byzantine Crown (Language: English)
Vanessa Rousseau, University of St Thomas, St Paul, Minnesota

Session: 603
Title: 'DOMUS, ECCLESIA, ET FAMILIA' II: LOCAL CHURCHES
Sponsor: Victoria County History
Organiser: Carol Davidson-Cragoe, Victoria County History, London
Moderator: Alan Thacker, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Paper 603-a Parish Churches and the Meaning of Locality in England (c. 1050-1200) (Language: English)
Richard Morris
Paper 603-b 'Holy lynage': Marriage Alliances and the Failure of Lineage in English Parochial Schemes of the Holy Kindred (Language: English)
Miriam Gill, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 603-c Family Churches: Aftercare and the Afterlife (Language: English)
Carol Davidson-Cragoe

Session: 604
Title: HOUSEHOLD ENTERTAINMENTS II
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama (REED)
Organisers: Rosalind C. Hays, Department of History, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, and Barbara D. Palmer, Department of English, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Moderator: Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early English Drama, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 604-a 'Cui Bono': Household Entertainers, Civic Goodwill and Lancastrian Reputation (1399-1413) (Language: English)
Gloria J. Betcher, Department of English, Iowa State University, Ames
Paper 604-b The Nuremberg Tradition of Shrovetide Plays (Language: English)
John E. Tailby, Department of German, University of Leeds
Respondent: Joel T. Rosenthal, Department of History, State University of New York, Stony Brook

Session: 605
Title: CELTIC SAINTS, KINGS AND MISSIONS: COMMEMORATION OF THE 1350TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF ST AIDAN OF LINDISFARNE II
Sponsor: LAMPS: Late Antique and Medieval Postgraduate Society, University of Edinburgh
Organiser: Morgyn Wagner, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Morgyn Wagner
Paper 605-a 'Minima miracula Brigitae': Small Miracles in the Lives of St Bridget (Language: English)
Tom Torma, Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh
Paper 605-b Reinterpreting the Synod of Whitby: A Drastic Reform by Wilfrid? (Language: English)
Masako Ohashi, Nanzan University, Nagoya
Paper 605-c Minsters and Ministers: The 'Celtic' Church in Scotland (800-1200) (Language: English)
Arkady Hodge, Department of Modern History, University of Oxford

Session: 606
Title: EUROPEANS IN THE MAGHREB IN THE MIDDLE AGES II
Sponsors: Medieval Encounters and Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale, Université de Poitiers
Organiser: John Tolan, Department of History, Université de Nantes
Moderator: John Tolan
Paper 606-a Las relaciones económicas de la baja Andalucía con el Norte de África (siglos XIV y XV) (Language: Español)
María Antonia Carmona Ruiz, Department of Medieval History, Universidad de Sevilla
Paper 606-b WITHDRAWN
NEW: Paper 606-c Franciscan Missionaries and Their Cities in the 13th Century (Language: English)
John Tolan

Session: 607
Title: THE MONSTROUS MIDDLE AGES I: GODS AND MONSTERS
Sponsor: Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Organiser: Robert Mills, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Bettina Bildhauer, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Paper 607-a Idols and Simulacres: Representation and Paganity (Language: English)
Sarah Salih, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 607-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 607-c Jesus as Monster: Hybridity and Horror in Late Medieval Passion Iconography (Language: English)
Robert Mills

Session: 608
Title: MEDIEVALISMS IN CONTEMPORARY POPULAR CULTURE
Sponsor: Studies in Medievalism
Organiser: Gwendolyn A. Morgan, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman / Studies in Medievalism
Moderator: Gwendolyn A. Morgan
Paper 608-a Imagined Blood, Constructed Genealogies: Medievalism in Contemporary US Latino Literature (Language: English)
Jesse Montano, Department of English, Hope College
Paper 608-b The Hagiography of Steel: Pop Culture's Response to Weapons' Mythologies and Knightly Mottos and Oathes (Language: English)
Carl James Grindley, Department of English, University of Victoria, British Columbia
Paper 608-c Everytime a Cash Register Bell Rings: The Commercialisation of the Angel in Modern Film and TV (Language: English)
Tara L. Gale, University of Alberta, Edmonton

Session: 609
Title: RECONSTRUCTING THE MEDIEVAL ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE HUMAN MIND I: GARDENS REAL AND IMAGINED
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft
Organiser: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Moderator: Richard Byrn, Department of German, University of Leeds
Paper 609-a From the Garden of Eden to the 'locus amoenus' of Medieval Visionaries (Language: English)
Paola Schulze-Belli, Università degli studi di Trieste
Paper 609-b Medieval Love Gardens: Topography and Iconography (Language: English)
Anja Grebe, Department of Art History, Universität Münster
Paper 609-c Archaeobotanical Evidence for Medieval Gardens (Language: English)
Marlu Kühn, Department of Botany, Universität Basel
This session will be complemented by an excursion to Castle Bolton and its medieval gardens on the same day in the afternoon. For more details see page xxii.

Session: 610
Title: PARENTAL VALUES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sylvia Federico, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 610-a Mélusine: Ideal Mother or Inimitable Monster? (Language: English)
Tania Colwell, Australian National University, Canberra
NEW: Paper 610-b Belles Lettres and Historiography: Mother-Daughter Relationships for Wu Zetian and Eleanor of Acquitaine (Language: English)
Janice M. Bogstad, MacIntyre Library / Department of Women's Studies, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

Paper 610-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 611
Title: PASTORAL ADVICE ON THE FAMILY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Eve Salisbury, Department of English, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
Paper 611-a Terminology Concerning Rights and Duties in Matrimony in the Correspondence of D. Chomatianus (Language: English)
Marija Ciceva-Aleksic, Institute for Old Slavic Culture, Skopje
Paper 611-b Jean Gerson as a Family Pastor (Language: English)
Yelena Matusevich, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Paper 611-c Sin, Death and Family Life in the Russian Medieval Sermon Collections (Language: English)
Lilya Berezhnaya, Department of History, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 612
Title: FAMILY POWER IN MEDIEVAL DALMATIAN TOWNS
Sponsors: Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, and Institute for Croatian History, University of Zagreb
Organiser: Zrinka Nikolic, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest / Institute for Croatian History, University of Zagreb
Moderator: Gordan Ravancic, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Paper 612-a Family Strategies in Quest for Power: Examples from Medieval Zadar (11th-13th Centuries) (Language: English)
Zrinka Nikolic
Paper 612-b Noble Family Clans and their Urban Distribution in Medieval Trogir (Language: English)
Irena Benyovsky, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Paper 612-c 'Ut matrimonium libere et lici te contrahere possint': 14th- and 15th-Century Papal Matrimonial Dispensations (Language: English)
Jadranka Neralic, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb

Session: 613
Title: THE NOBLE HOUSEHOLD IN 13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Sponsor: Merton College, University of Oxford
Organiser: Marc Morris, Merton College, University of Oxford
Moderator: David Carpenter, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 613-a The Rules of Robert Grosseteste Reconsidered (Language: English)
Louise Jane Wilkinson, Calendar of Patent Rolls Project (Elizabeth I), University of Reading
Paper 613-b The Household of Roger IV Bigod, Earl of Norfolk (1270-1306) (Language: English)
Marc Morris
Paper 613-c Household Chapels and Personal Piety in 13th-Century England (Language: English)
Kent Rawlinson, Department of Continuing Education, University of Oxford

Session: 614
Title: NEW LIGHT ON ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Chris Lewis, School of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 614-a Old English Lysu in the Earliest English Law Code: A New Reading of Æthelberht 3 and 73 (Language: English)
Carole A. Hough, Department of English Language, University of Glasgow
Paper 614-b Some 'Foreign Policies' of Edgar 'the Peaceable' (Language: English)
Shashi Jayakumar, Balliol College, University of Oxford
NEW: Paper 614-c: The Figure of Saint Oswald in Bede's and Ælfric's Representation (Language: English)
Agnes Horvathne Reffy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 615
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES IV: FULDA
Sponsors: Forschungstelle für Geschichte des Mittelalters, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften and Research Institute for History and Culture, Universiteit Utrecht
Organisers: Richard Corradini, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, and Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: David Ganz, Department of Classics, King's College, University of London
Paper 615-a Hrabanus and Landscapes (Language: English)
Janneke Raaijmakers, Department of Medieval History, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 615-b Hrabanus and Exegesis as Education (Language: English)
Mayke de Jong, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 615-c Computus and liber annalis in 9th-Century Fulda (Language: English)
Richard Corradini

Session: 616
Title: ACTION, EVENT, INTERPRETATION AND PERCEPTION I: INTERPRETATIONS OF THE HUMAN MIND
Sponsor: Status, Imagination and History Project, Helsingin Yliopisto
Organiser: Tuomas M. S. Lehtonen, Renvall Institute for Area and Cultural Studies, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Tuomas M. S. Lehtonen
Paper 616-a The Tragic Element in the Twelfth-Century Rhetorical Imagination: Bernard Silvestris on Suicide (Language: English)
Willemien Otten, Department of Theology, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 616-b Some Observations Regarding Richard of St Victor's Concept of Imagination (Language: English)
Ritva Palmén, Department of Systematic Theology, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 616-c Dignity, Person and Liberty in Early Franciscan Thought (Language: English)
Nico den Bok, Department of Theology, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 617
Title: CHARTERS AS OBJECTS: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR LITERACY OF EXTERNAL FEATURES OF CHARTERS II
Sponsor: Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Organiser: Karl J. Heidecker, Pionierproject Verschriftlijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Moderator: Benoît-Michel Tock, Department of Medieval History, Université Marc Bloch, Strasbourg
Paper 617-a Sight and Sound: The Visual and the Vernacular in Anglo-Saxon Charters (Language: English)
Kathryn A. Lowe, Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow
Paper 617-b Charters as Objects of Physical Aggression in Late Medieval Poland (Language: English)
Anna Adamska, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Respondent: Karl J. Heidecker

Session: 618
Title: THE EARLY CISTERCIANS: PATRONAGE AND INFLUENCE
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's
Paper 618-a Jully and Aristocratic Patronage in the County of Champagne (Language: English)
Anne Lester, Department of History, Princeton University, New Jersey
Paper 618-b The Role of the Earls of Fife and Dunbar and the Medieval Scottish Nunneries at Coldstream and North Berwick (Language: English)
Kimm Perkins, Department of History, University of Aberdeen
Paper 618-c The Great De-Populators? The Local Impact of Cistercian Expansion in Yorkshire (1132-1250) (Language: English)
Robert Wright, University College of Ripon and York St John, York

Session: 619
Title: MARTHA'S DAUGHTERS: SINGLE WOMEN AS PATRONS, SERVANTS AND HERETICS
Organisers: Roisin Cossar, Department of History, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, and Diane J. Reilly, Hope School of Fine Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington
Moderator: Diane J. Reilly
Paper 619-a Single Woman as Heretic: Cathars and Orthodox Expectations in 13th-Century Italy (Language: English)
Susan Taylor Snyder, Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
Paper 619-b Modernity in Medieval Spain: The Patronage of the Infantas Urraca (d. 1101) and Sancha (d. 1159) (Language: English)
Therese Martin, School of Art, University of Arizona, Tuscon

Session: 620
Title: LITURGICAL THEOLOGY AND POPULAR PIETY: THE FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI
Organiser: Vincent Corrigan, College of Musical Arts, Bowling Green State University, Ohio
Moderator: Barbara Walters, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York, Brooklyn
Paper 620-a The Feast of Corpus Christi (Language: English)
Barbara Walters
Paper 620-b The Vernacular Poetry of the Mosan Psalter (Language: English)
Peter T. Ricketts, Department of French Studies, University of Birmingham
Paper 620-c The Musical Sources for the Corpus Christi Office (Language: English)
Vincent Corrigan

Session: 621
Title: SAGA STUDIES 3: ASPECTS OF PROSE AND VERSE IN KNÝTLINGA SAGA
Sponsor: Viking Society for Northern Research
Organiser: Jayne Carroll, Department of Old and Middle English, University College Dublin
Moderator: Alison Finlay, Department of English, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 621-a Saints' Lives in the Knýtlinga Saga: Hagiography or History? (Language: English)
Carl Phelpstead, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, University of Cardiff
Paper 621-b Verse in the Knýtlinga Saga (Language: English)
Jayne Carroll
Paper 621-c Kingship in Markús Skeggjason's Eiríksdrápa (Language: English)
Judith Jesch, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, University of Nottingham

Session: 622
Title: THE PROCESS OF PRODUCING THE CHAUCER COMMENTARY EDITIONS
Sponsor: The Chaucer Commentary Editions
Organisers: Josephine Koster Tarvers, Department of English, Winthrop University, Rock Hill, South Carolina, and Charlotte C. Morse, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
Moderator: Josephine Koster Tarvers
Paper 622-a Considerations of Content (Language: English)
Charlotte C. Morse
Paper 622-b Considerations of Form (Language: English)
Alastair Minnis, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 622-c Considerations of Technology (Language: English)
Josephine Koster Tarvers

Session: 623
Title: TOWN PLANNING AND METROLOGY IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Organiser: David M. Palliser, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: David M. Palliser
Paper 623-a Archaeology and Metrology: Approaches to the Early History of York (Language: English)
Patrick Ottaway, York Archaeological Trust
Paper 623-b Late Medieval Planned Towns and Statute Perch Metrology (Language: English)
Terry Slater, School of Geography, University of Birmingham
Paper 623-c Statute Perches and Customary Perches: Implications for Town and Village Planning (Language: English)
David M. Palliser

Session: 624
Title: VIOLENCE, DEATH AND EXEMPLARITY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Michael R. Evans, Department of History, Christ Church University College, Canterbury
Paper 624-a Knights in Action: Male Embodiment through Violence and Death in Medieval French Romance (Language: English)
Elizabeth A. Hubble, Department of Romance Languages, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 624-b Richard II as 'Tabula rasa': The Emplotment of a King's Body in Death (Language: English)
Herbert Wäckerlin, Institute for Nordic Philology, Universität Zürich
NEW: Paper 624-cThe Death of the Artist: Pygmalion's Figure and (Dis)figuring Violence in Chaucer's Physician's Tale (Language: English)
Holly A. Crocker, Department of English, St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York

Session: 625
Title: MIDDLE ENGLISH VERSE AND POLITICS: THE PLACE OF LAWRENCE MINOT
Sponsor: School of Humanities, University of Newcastle, New South Wales
Organiser: David O. Matthews, School of Humanities, University of Newcastle, New South Wales
Moderator: David O. Matthews
Paper 625-a Who's Afraid of Lawrence Minot? (Language: English)
David O. Matthews
Paper 625-b Authorship and Middle English Poetry: The Case of Lawrence Minot (Language: English)
Richard H. Osberg, Department of English, Santa Clara University, California
Paper 625-c Romance Conventions in the Poems of Lawrence Minot (Language: English)
John Simons, School of Humanities and Arts, Edge Hill College, Ormskirk
Paper 625-d The Poet's War: Minot - Propagandist or Patriot? (Language: English)
Tom Beaumont James, Humanities and Heritage Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester


TUESDAY 10 JULY 2001: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 701
Title: LITERARY PERSPECTIVES IN OLD ENGLISH POETRY
Organiser: Ingrid Wotschke, Independent Scholar, Magdeburg
Moderator: Ingrid Wotschke
Paper 701-a The Order of the World and the Anglo-Saxon Poet (Language: English)
Robert DiNapoli, Independent Scholar, Birmingham
Paper 701-b Destruction and Deconstruction in Beowulf (Language: English)
Ingrid Wotschke
NEW: Paper 701-c Structures of Truth: The Art and Architecture of Old English Wisdom Poetry (Language: English)
Emily Thornbury, Trinity College, University of Cambridge

Session: 702
Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF THE FEMININE IN MEDIEVAL ART
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Holger Klein, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University, New York
Paper 702-a Theophano: Empress and Saint of Byzantium (d. 897) (Language: English)
Kriszta Kotsis, Division of Art History, University of Washington, Seattle
Paper 702-b 'A Frail Woman'? Visual Portrayals of St Catherine of Alexandria's Debate with Maxentius (Language: English)
Carolyn D. Muir, Department of Fine Arts, University of Hong Kong
Paper 702-c Queen, Outcast, Beloved, Murderer: Synagoga's Mutability in Song of Songs Contexts (Language: English)
Elizabeth Monroe, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Session: 703
Title: 'DOMUS, ECCLESIA, ET FAMILIA' III: CASTLES
Sponsor: Victoria County History
Organiser: Carol Davidson-Cragoe, Victoria County History, London
Moderator: Peter Draper, Department of Art History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 703-a Royal Chapels and the Religious Household in the Tower of London (Language: English)
Jeremy Ashbee, Historic Royal Palaces / Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Paper 703-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 703-c Representation and Ritual in Palace Chapel Oratories (Language: English)
Antje Fehrmann, Department of Art History, Universität Marburg

Session: 704
Title: HOUSEHOLD ENTERTAINMENTS III
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama (REED)
Organisers: Rosalind C. Hays, Department of History, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, and Barbara D. Palmer, Department of English, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Moderator: Richard Rastall, Department of Music, University of Leeds
Paper 704-a Family Entertainment among the Salusburys of Lleweni, Denbighshire (Language: English)
David N. Klausner, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 704-b The Presentment of Bushell's Rock: Geography and the Theatre of Self-Promotion (Language: English)
C. E. McGee, Department of English, St Jerome's College, University of Waterloo, Ontario

Session: 705
Title: SNEEZING, OOZING AND OTHER CHRISTIAN PROBLEMS: COMMEMORATION OF THE 1350TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF ST AIDAN OF LINDISFARNE III
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Edinburgh
Organiser: Morgyn Wagner, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: James Fraser, Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh
Paper 705-a Sneezing in the Assembly: Fate and Faith in the Early Medieval Gaelic World (Language: English)
Thomas O. Clancy, Department of Celtic, University of Glasgow
Paper 705-b Miraculous or Malevolent? Saintly Bodies and their Juices (Language: English)
Morgyn Wagner
Paper 705-c Mule Doctor on the Mountain: Magic and Christianity in the Dialogues of Gregory the Great (Language: English)
Marilyn Dunn, Department of History, University of Glasgow

Session: 706
Title: INTERACTIONS: CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: S. M. Ghazanfar, Department of Economics, University of Idaho, Moscow
Paper 706-a Parallel Preachings: Urban II and al-Sulami (Language: English)
Niall Christie, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto, Ontario, and Deborah Gerish, Department of Social Sciences, Emporia State University, Kansas
Paper 706-b Grigor of Akanc as a Source for the Moslem Nations (Language: English)
Mahmoud Said Omran, Faculty of Arts, Alexandria University
Paper 706-c Orthodox Communities in Eastern Anatolia in the 13th- and 14th-Centuries (Language: English)
Dimitri Korobeinikov, Exeter College, University of Oxford

Session: 707
Title: THE MONSTROUS MIDDLE AGES II: WOLVES, JEWS AND EXECUTIONERS
Sponsor: Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Organiser: Robert Mills, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Sam Riches, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Paper 707-a The Wolf Fenrir and the Iconography of Apocalyptic Demons in Early Medieval Europe (Language: English)
Aleks Pluskowski, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
Paper 707-b Not Just the Yellow Star: Stigmatisation of Jews through Blood in 13th-Century Germany (Language: English)
Bettina Bildhauer, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Paper 707-c The Untouchables: Executioners' Otherness in Late Medieval French Culture (Language: English)
Hannele Klemettilä, Department of Cultural History, Turun Yliopisto

Session: 708
Title: MEDIEVAL RECEPTION OF ANTIQUITY I
Sponsor: Germanistisches Seminar, Universität Bonn
Organiser: Susanne Flecken-Büttner, Department of German, Universität Bonn
Moderator: Susanne Flecken-Büttner
Paper 708-a Antikenrezeption bei Philipp dem Guten und Karl dem Kühnen von Burgund (Language: Deutsch)
Petra Ehm, Archivschule Marburg
NEW: Paper 708-b Egerias Jerusalemfahrt als Folie der mittelalterlichen Pilgerliteratur (Language: Deutsch)
Rüdiger Eichel
NEW: Paper 708-c Sallust-Rezeption bei Adam von Bremen (Language: Deutsch)
Florian Hartmann, Historisches Seminar, Universität Bonn

Session: 709
Title: FAMILIES AND THEIR HOUSEHOLD STUFF
Sponsor: Canterbury Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent
Organiser: Andrew F. Butcher, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Moderator: Andrew F. Butcher
Paper 709-a Similarities and Diversities in Late-Medieval Town Buildings (Language: English)
Sarah Pearson, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 709-b Domestic Objects and the Construction of Family Identity (Language: English)
Catherine Richardson, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 709-c Family, Status and Consumption in the Three North Kent Parishes
(c. 1450-1550)
(Language: English)
Elisabeth Salter, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
To receive advance discussion materials about this session please contact A.F.Butcher@ukc.ac.uk

Session: 710
Title: HOLY MOTHERS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Karen Fresco, Department of French, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Paper 710-a Conception, Pregnancy and Birth: Elizabeth and Mary in Bede's Commentary on Luke (Language: English)
Jane W. Crawford, Department of Classics, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
Paper 710-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 710-c Incest, Virginity and Infanticide: The Construction of Motherhood in Christine de Pizan's The Book of the City of Ladies (Language: English)
Christopher Roman, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

Session: 711
Title: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Naomi Graetz, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Paper 711-a Keeping it in the Family? Domestic Violence in the Later Middle Ages: Examples from a Provençal Town (1340-1400) (Language: English)
Steven Bednarski, Université du Québec, Montréal
Paper 711-b Not Just a Family Affair: Domestic Violence and the Ecclesiastical Courts in Late Medieval Poland (Language: English)
Martha Brozyna, Department of History, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
NEW: Paper 711-c Tales of Domestic Violence in XIVth Century Castilian Literature (Language: English)
Consuelo de Andres Martinez, Centre for Modern Languages, University of Plymouth

Session: 712
Title: FAMILY, LAW AND STRATEGIES IN MEDIEVAL SCANDINAVIA I: NETWORKS AND PROPERTY STRATEGIES
Sponsor: Network: Law, Religion and Morals in Northern Europe - Changes in Family Strategies
Organiser: Anu Pylkkänen, Faculty of Law, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Lars Ivar Hansen, Department of History, Universitetet i Tromsø
NEW: Paper 712-a A Castle as a Lady's Fief in Late Medieval Finland: Ingeborg Åkesdotter Tott and her Family (Language: English)
Tuula Hockman, Department of History, University of Tampere

Paper 712-b Gender and Continuity: Women, Men and Landed Property in Medieval Finland (Language: English)
Anu Lahtinen, Department of History, Turun Yliopisto
Paper 712-c Towards the End: Death Bed and Inheritance Strategy in Late Medieval Iceland (Language: English)
Agnes Arnórsdóttir, Department of History, Aarhus Universitet

Session: 713
Title: EDUCATING YOUNG RULERS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Jonathan Davies, Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick
Paper 713-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 713-b The Education of Princes in the Partidas of King Alfonso X of Castile (1260-65) (Language: English)
Ana Isabel Buescu, Department of History, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Paper 713-c The Government of the Young and the Government of the 'Familia' in Henry Medwall's Nature (Language: English)
Fiona Dunlop, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 714
Title: CIVIL WARS AND REBELLIONS IN ENGLAND (C. 1100-1265)
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: John Hudson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: Paul. R. Hyams, Department of History, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Paper 714-a Humiliation and Punishment: The Treatment of Rebels (Language: English)
Matthew J. Strickland, Department of History, University of Glasgow
Paper 714-b Stephen's Reign: A View from Abingdon (Language: English)
John Hudson
Paper 714-c Rebellion? Insurrection? Disturbance? Classifying Political Violence in the Reigns of John and Henry III (Language: English)
Claire Valente, Department of History and Political Science, University of Portland, Oregon

Session: 715
Title: TEXTS AND IDENTITIES IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES V: THE LEGITIMISATION OF POWER IN EARLY MEDIEVAL FRANCIA
Sponsors: Forschungstelle für Geschichte des Mittelalters, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften and Research Institute for History and Culture, Universiteit Utrecht
Organiser: Helmut Reimitz, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Moderator: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 715-a Jonas: Monasticism and Power (Language: English)
Albrecht Diem, Department of History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 715-b The Negotiation of Power at Carolingian Regnal Assemblies (Language: English)
Christina Possel, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
Paper 715-c Power Corrupts? Carolingian Moralists on Noble Power and Wealth (Language: English)
Rachel Stone, Department of History, King's College, University of London

Session: 716
Title: ACTION, EVENT, INTERPRETATION AND PERCEPTION II: HUMAN ACTION AND DIVINE INTERVENTION
Sponsor: Status, Imagination and History Project, Helsingin Yliopisto
Organiser: Tuomas M. S. Lehtonen, Renvall Institute for Area and Cultural Studies, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Mikko Piippo, Renvall Institute for Area and Cultural Studies, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 716-a Dudo of St Quentin and Geoffroi Malaterra: Chance, Fortune and God Aiding Normans (Language: English)
Tuomas M. S. Lehtonen
Paper 716-b Psychology, Politics and Divine Intervention: Some Examples from the Period 1000-1250 (Language: English)
Sverre Bagge, Department of History, Universitetet i Bergen
Paper 716-c The Function of the Sacred in the Narratives of Saxo Grammaticus and William of Tyre (Language: English)
Lars Boje Mortensen, Department of Greek, Latin and Egyptology, Universitetet i Bergen

Session: 717
Title: 'LITTERAE MARGINIS': BEDE TO BECKE
Organiser: Christina Lee, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Hugh Magennis, School of English, The Queen's University, Belfast
Paper 717-a 'Here something happened': Modes of Narrative and Attitudes to History in Old English Picture Captions (Language: English)
Mark Atherton, Regent's Park College, Oxford
Paper 717-b A Middle English Addition to Aelfric's Passion of St Andrew (Language: English)
Oliver Traxel, Department of English, Universität Münster
Paper 717-c Reading Marginal Histories (Language: English)
Vivienne Westbrook, Department of Foreign Languages, National Taiwan University, Taipeh

Session: 718
Title: CISTERCIANS IN ENGLAND
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 718-a The Room under the Monks Day-Stair: Prison or Treasury? (Language: English)
Thomas Coomans, Universiteit Leiden
Paper 718-b Byland Abbey and its Cartulary (Language: English)
Janet Burton, Department of History, University of Wales, Lampeter
Paper 718-c 'Hora novissima': Printed Books in English Cistercian Monasteries (Language: English)
David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's

Session: 719
Title: FOOLISH MEN, IGNORANT PRIESTS AND THE MEDIATION OF SCRIPTURE I
Organiser: Richard Marsden, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Richard Marsden
Paper 719-a The Most Necessary Things: The Layman's Access to the Bible under Alfred (Language: English)
Christine Thijs, School of English / International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Paper 719-b Alfred's Theology, with Particular Reference to his Translation of Augustine's Soliloquies (Language: English)
Richard Shaw, St Peter's College, University of Oxford
Paper 719-c The Naked Narrative of Scripture in Ælfric and Wulfstan (Language: English)
Aaron J. Kleist, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge

Session: 720
Title: HILDEGARD OF BINGEN IN CONTEXT
Organiser: Susan Boynton, Department of Music, Columbia University, New York
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 720-a Glorious Clothes and the Terrors Beneath: Hildegard's Use of Symbolic Garments in her Illuminations and Rituals (Language: English)
Sarah Bromberg, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Paper 720-b Hildegard's Music in Context: The Compositions and Theory of Hermannus Contractus? (Language: English)
William T. Flynn, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Respondent: Nils Holger Petersen, Københavns Universitet / Universitetet i Trondheim

Session: 721
Title: ICELANDIC STUDIES: OPEN SESSION
Organiser: Philip Westbury Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Alison Finlay, Department of English, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 721-a Erikskaätten, Folkungar and the Swedish Opposition to Birger Jari (Language: English)
Philip Line, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 721-b 'Westward I Came across the Sea': Anglo-Saxon History as Seen through Scandinavian Eyes (Language: English)
Susanne Kries, Department of English and American Studies, Universität Potsdam
Paper 721-c The Rune Chapters of the Third Grammatical Treatise and Post Medieval Interpretations (Language: English)
Tarin Wills, Department of English, University of Sydney

Session: 722
Title: DATABASES FOR MEDIEVAL HISTORIANS I: TECHNICAL INNOVATIONS AND THE ARCHIVING AND ANALYSIS OF CHARTERS
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: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers
Paper 722-a The ARTEM Database of Original French Charters Prior to 1121 (Language: English)
Benoît-Michel Tock, Department of Medieval History, Université Marc Bloch, Strasbourg
Paper 722-b Identifying Irregularities and Establishing Chronology in Medieval Charters (Language: English)
Michael Gervers, DEEDS Project, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 722-c Dating Charters Using Textual Evidence (Language: English)
Amanda Spencer, DEEDS Project, University of Toronto, Ontario
NEW: Paper 722-d: The IRHT Database of French Cartularies, so called Répertoire des Cartulaires Français (Language: English)
Paul Bertrand, Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes, CNRS, Orléans

Session: 723
Title: THE LEGACY OF LEONARD BOYLE: MANUSCRIPT STUDIES
Sponsor: Societas Internationalis pro Vivario
Organiser: Luciana Cuppo Csaki, Societas Internationalis Pro Vivario
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 723-a 'Cum qui recipit prophetam' and the Rodez Codex: A Study in Textual Transmission (Language: English)
Luciana Cuppo Csaki
Paper 723-b Straying Hither and Thither: Wanderings of Carolingian Manuscripts to and from the Vatican Library (Language: English)
Christine Grafinger, Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City
Paper 723-c Calixtus II and the Canterbury-York Primacy Dispute (Language: English)
Mary E. Stroll, University of California, San Diego

Session: 724
Title: CULTURAL CONNECTIONS I
Sponsor: Medieval Studies at Aberystwyth
Organiser: Diane Watt, Department of English, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Moderator: Diane Watt
Paper 724-a Regional, National and Generic Collisions in the Reeve's Tale (Language: English)
Maldwyn Mills, Department of English, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Paper 724-b The Import of Medieval 'Effictio' in Celtic Legend: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Language: English)
Deborah Bice, Department of English, Kent State University, Ashtabula, Ohio
Paper 724-c Language of Commerce and Hermeneutics of Prostitution in Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich (Language: English)
Liz Herbert McAvoy, Department of English, University of Aberystwyth


TUESDAY 10 JULY 2001: 16.30 - 18.00

Session: 801
Title: RE-READING OLD ENGLISH I: EXCLUDING THE OTHER
Sponsors: Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Elaine M. Treharne, Department of English, University of Leicester
Moderator: Mary Swan, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 801-a 'Who Goes There?' Friend or Foe in Beowulf (Language: English)
Sophie van Romburgh, Department of English, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen / Universiteit Leiden
Paper 801-b The Rejected Suitor and Rape in Hagiography (Language: English)
Catherine Franc, Department of French, University of Manchester
Paper 801-c Neither One nor the 'Other': The Heathen Indian in Medieval Hagiography (Language: English)
Jasmine Kilburn, Department of English, King's College, University of London

Session: 802
Title: BLIND HATREDS: LEGENDS OF JEWISH ICONOCLASM IN MEDIEVAL VISUAL CULTURE
Sponsor: DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana
Organiser: Mitchell B. Merback, Emison Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 802-a From Rumour to Knowledge: The Importance of Images for the Dissemination of the Myth of Jewish Iconoclasm (Language: English)
Johannes Heil, Zentrum für Antisemitismusforschung, Technische Universität, Berlin
Paper 802-b The Performative Terms of Jewish Iconoclasm and Conversion in Two Saint Nicholas Windows at Chartres (Language: English)
Anne F. Harris, Emison Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana
Paper 802-c Cleansing the Temple: Synagogue Conversion and Pilgrimages to 'Wounded Cult Images' in Upper Bavaria (Language: English)
Mitchell B. Merback

Session: 803
Title: 'DOMUS, ECCLESIA, ET FAMILIA' IV: BISHOPS' PALACES
Sponsor: Victoria County History
Organiser: Carol Davidson-Cragoe, Victoria County History, London
Moderator: Jane Grenville, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 803-a Bishops' Palaces: Ecclesiastical or Secular? (Language: English)
Peter Draper, Department of Art History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Paper 803-b Bishop Robert Burnell and the Militarisation of the Bishop's Palace at Wells (c. 1280-92) (Language: English)
Matthew Reeve, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
Paper 803-c More 'T', Archbishop? The Influence of Oxford College Chapels on Wolsey's Chapel at Hampton Court Palace (Language: English)
Jonathan Foyle, Historic Royal Palaces / University of Reading

Session: 804
Title: HOUSEHOLD ENTERTAINMENTS IV
Sponsor: Records of Early English Drama (REED)
Organisers: Rosalind C. Hays, Department of History, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, and Barbara D. Palmer, Department of English, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Moderator: Rosalind C. Hays
Paper 804-a The Ritual of Royal Reception: Elizabethan Progress Entertainments (Language: English)
Gordon Kipling, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
Paper 804-b 'The Lady of the Farm': The Context of Lady Russell's Entertainment of Elizabeth at Bisham (1592) (Language: English)
Alexandra F. Johnston, Department of English, Victoria College, University of Toronto, Ontario
Respondent: Robert Bucholz, Department of History, Loyola University Chicago, Illinois

Session: 805
Title: LEGACIES OF INSULAR MONASTICISM
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Bart Jaski, Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 805-a Spiritual Inheritance in the Insular 'Familiae' (Language: English)
Lawrence P. Morris, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 805-b Women, Saints, Mothers and Whores in the Voyage of Máel Dúin (Language: English)
Elva Johnston, Department of Irish History, University College, Dublin
Paper 805-c Piety, Banishment and Obedience in the Voyage of St Brendan (Language: English)
Jude Mackley, University of York

Session: 806
Title: SCRIBES AND THE FISCAL ADMINISTRATION IN THE 'HOUSE OF ISLAM'
Sponsor: The Society for the Medieval Mediterranean
Organiser: Alex Metcalfe, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Alex Metcalfe
Paper 806-a Accountants and Calligraphers: Polemics and Social Inequality between Financial Bureaucrats and Chancery Clerks during the Abbasid Period (Language: English)
Maaike van Berkel, Department of Arabic Studies, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Paper 806-b 'De Saracenico in Latinum transferri': The Land Registry Tradition in Norman Sicily (Language: English)
Alex Metcalfe
Paper 806-c Taqwím al-buldan al-Misríya (C.U.L. Ms. Qq. 65 (9)): A Late Medieval Cadastral Survey of Egypt (Language: English)
Jo Van Steenbergen, Department of Oriental and Slavonic Studies, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 807
Title: THE MONSTROUS MIDDLE AGES III: DARKNESS, DEVILS AND DRAGONS
Sponsor: Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Organiser: Robert Mills, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Robert Mills
Paper 807-a The Medieval Night: A Modern Demonisation? (Language: English)
Simon Harris, Department of History, University of Durham, and Deborah Youngs, Department of History, University of Wales, Swansea
Paper 807-b Hell on Earth: Situating Devils in the Medieval Landscape (Language: English)
Jeremy Harte, Bourne Hall Museum, Ewell, Surrey
Paper 807-c The 'gentyll knygt' and the 'horrybull dragon': Meanings and Metaphors in Saintly Dragon Slaying (Language: English)
Sam Riches, Department of History, University of Huddersfield

Session: 808
Bodington: Woodsley Common Room
Title: MILITARY ASPECTS OF THE KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN ON RHODES
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Thom Richardson, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Karen Watts, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Paper 808-a Artillery at the Siege of Rhodes (Language: English)
Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Paper 808-b The Medieval Fortifications and the Siege of Rhodes (Language: English)
Stephen Turnbull
Paper 808-c The Medieval Armour from Rhodes (Language: English)
Thom Richardson

Session: 809
Title: PERSONAL POSSESSIONS IN THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF THE HOME
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Catherine Richardson, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 809-a Two German 'Minnekästchen' (13th-15th Centuries): Poems and Pictures of Courtly Love and Bourgeois Marriage (Language: English)
Jürgen Alexander Wurst, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München
Paper 809-b An Italian Presentoire from the Hermitage Museum Depicting Scenes from Life at Court (Language: English)
Marta Kryzhanovskaja, The Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Session: 810
Title: HOUSEHOLD CHORES AND DOMESTIC GENDER ROLES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Lynn Forest-Hill, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton
Paper 810-a 'Public' Men and 'Private' Women: Household Roles in the Medieval English Village (Language: English)
LuAnn Saunders-Kanabay, Department of History, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Paper 810-b Household Chores in The Doctrine of the Herte: Affective Spirituality and Subjectivity (Language: English)
Denis Renevey, Université de Lausanne / Universität Fribourg
Paper 810-c Devotion in Domestic Settings: The Role of Self Discipline in the Religious Techniques of Italian Penitent Women (Language: English)
Maiju Lehmijoki-Gardner, Department of Theology, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland / Academy of Finland

Session: 811
Title: FAMILIES AND HOW (NOT) TO SURVIVE THEM: VIOLENCE AND DEFINITION IN OLD FRENCH AND OCCITAN NARRATIVES
Organiser: Sara I. James, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 811-a Paternity, Insanity and Politics in François d'Assy's La Prison d'Amour (Language: English)
Joyce Boro, St Cross College, University of Oxford
Paper 811-b Is She or Isn't She? Religious, Cultural and Familial Assimilation of the Saracen Princess (Language: English)
Sara I. James
Paper 811-c Was Sleeping Beauty Framed? Marriage, Invasion and Consent in Frayre de Joy e Sor de Plazer (Language: English)
Catherine E. Léglu, Department of French, University of Bristol
Paper 811-d 'Ne me puis pas du tout desfendre': Hospitality, Hysteria and the Law (Language: English)
James Simpson, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow

Session: 812
Title: FAMILY, LAW AND STRATEGIES IN MEDIEVAL SCANDINAVIA II: CANON LAW MARITAL RULES AND PRACTICE IN LATE MEDIEVAL SWEDEN
Sponsor: Network: Law, Religion and Morals in Northern Europe - Changes in Family Strategies
Organiser: Anu Pylkkänen, Faculty of Law, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Jyrki Knuutila, Department of Practical Theology, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 812-a Matrimonial Law in Late Medieval Swedish Synodal and Provincial Statutes (Language: English)
Mia Korpiola, Faculty of Law, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 812-b How Matrimony Turned into a Funeral: Swedish Marriage Customs in the Light of Penitentiary Supplications (Language: English)
Kirsi Salonen, Department of History, Tampereen Yliopisto
Paper 812-c Morning Gift in Medieval Sweden (Language: English)
Tuula Rantala, Helsingin Yliopisto

Session: 813
Title: 'PUR LA PEES COME PUR LA GUERRE': VARIETIES OF MAGNATE AFFINITY IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth Century Studies
Organiser: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: W. Mark Ormrod
Paper 813-a Bastard Feudalism and the Bishops of Winchester (1283-1530) (Language: English)
Richard Brown, Department of Humanities and Heritage Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 813-b Retinues and Rivalry: John of Gaunt, Henry Percy and the Gentry of the East March (Language: English)
Andy King, Department of History, University of Durham
Paper 813-c The Household of Joan, the 'Fair Maid of Kent' (Language: English)
David S. Green, University of Nottingham

Session: 814
Title: POLITICAL DIPLOMACY, LAW AND LITERARY CULTURE IN THE HUNGARY OF THE ÁRPÁDS (11TH-13TH CENTURY)
Organiser: Z. J. Kosztolnyik, Department of History, Texas A&M University, College Station
Moderator: Z. J. Kosztolnyik
Paper 814-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 814-b Chroniclers and Hagiographers in the Age of the Árpáds (Language: English)
Kornél Szovák, Medieval Institute, Peter Pázmány Catholic University, Budapest - Piliscscaba
NEW: Paper 814-c Synodical discipline and Papal Relations with Hungary during the 11th Century (Language: English)
Anselm Szuromi O. Praem., Premonstratensian Gymnasium, Csorna
Paper 814-d The Influence of Ecclesiastical Laws upon the Legislative Activities of Ladislas I of Hungary (1077-95) (Language: English)
Z. J. Kosztolnyik

Session: 815
Title: FOOLISH MEN, IGNORANT PRIESTS AND THE MEDIATION OF SCRIPTURE II
Organiser: Richard Marsden, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Moderator: Richard Marsden
Paper 815-a Confusing the Carolingians: Psalter Prefaces at St Gallen (Language: English)
Sidney Tibbetts, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 815-b Persuading the Saxons: The Old Saxon Heliand (Language: English)
Sabrina Frau, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham
Paper 815-c Alternative Scripture: Love's Blessed Life of Jesus Christ (Language: English)
Marta Cobb, School of English, University of Leeds

Session: 816
Title: ACTION, EVENT, INTERPRETATION AND PERCEPTION III: ARGUMENTATION IN HISTORIOGRAPHY
Sponsor: Status, Imagination and History Project, Helsingin Yliopisto
Organiser: Tuomas M. S. Lehtonen, Renvall Institute for Area and Cultural Studies, Helsingin Yliopisto
Moderator: Ritva Palmén, Department of Systematic Theology, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 816-a 'Autopsy' and 'Truth' in Byzantine Historiography of the 11th and 12th Centuries (Language: English)
Mika Hakkarainen, Department of Classical Philology, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 816-b Explanation of Events in Franciscan Historiography (Language: English)
Mikko Piippo, Renvall Institute for Area and Cultural Studies, Helsingin Yliopisto
Paper 816-c Causal Explanation in 'Humanist' and 'Exemplary' Historiography: From 'Medieval' to 'Renaissance' (Language: English)
John O. Ward, Department of History, University of Sydney

Session: 817
Title: READINGS AND READERS, TEXTS AND IMAGES: THREE CASE STUDIES FROM THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: Elizabeth L'Estrange, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: Rosalind Brown-Grant, Department of French, University of Leeds
Paper 817-a Physical and Paratextual Form: The Reception and Transmission of Boccaccio's Texts (Language: English)
Rhiannon Daniels, Department of Italian, University of Leeds
Paper 817-b 'It is not conuenyent a man to be / Þer women gon in travalynge': Tensions in Representations of Childbirth in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Elizabeth L'Estrange
Paper 817-c Relative Readings: Kinship and Gendered Reading Strategies in Old French Hagiography (Language: English)
Emma Campbell, Department of French, King's College, University of London

Session: 818
Title: CISTERCIANS IN CAPUT MUNDI: THE ROMAN ABBEY OF TRE FONTANE
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
NEW: Paper 818-a Stained Glass from the Cistercian Abbey of Mariawald in the Cleveland Museum of Art (Language: English)
Helen Zakin, Department of Art, State University of New York, Oswego

Paper 818-b Lost Frescoes: The Liturgical Calendar of Tre Fontane (Language: English)
Melinda Mihàlyi, Enciclopedia dell'arte medievale, Rome
Paper 818-c The Murals in the Gatehouse: Genius Loci at Tre Fontane (Language: English)
Kristin Bliksrud Aavitsland, Centre for Medieval Studies, Oslo Universitetet

Session: 819
Title: RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN MEDIEVAL HAMPSHIRE
Sponsor: King Alfred's College, Winchester
Organiser: Karen Stoeber, School of Humanities and Heritage Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Michael A. Hicks, School of Humanities and Heritage Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 819-a St Swithun's Cathedral Priory and William Wykeham's Winchester College: Households and Consumers (Language: English)
Winifred A. Harwood, King Alfred's College, Winchester
NEW: Paper 819-b The Archaeology of Hampshire's Chantries (Language: English)
Simon Roffey, King Alfred's College, Winchester

Paper 819-c Monasteries in Hampshire and their Patrons in the Late Middle Ages (Language: English)
Karen Stoeber

Session: 820
Title: LITURGY IN SPACE, TIME AND TEXT
Organiser: Susan Boynton, Department of Music, Columbia University, New York
Moderator: Susan Boynton
Paper 820-a The Geography of the Liturgy of Aachen before and after the Construction Collegiate Church's Gothic Choir (Language: English)
Eric Rice, Department of Music, Columbia University, New York
Paper 820-b The Vespers Processions of the Sarum Rite: Order and Function (Language: English)
William Mahrt, Department of Music, Stanford University, California
Paper 820-c 'How smale thei knacken here notis': Literary Evidence of Improvisation in Tudor Liturgies (Language: English)
Jane Flynn, Independent Scholar, Bridlington

Session: 821
Title: MEDIEVAL RECEPTION OF ANTIQUITY II
Sponsor: Germanistisches Seminar, Universität Bonn
Organisers: Susanne Flecken-Büttner, Department of German, Universität Bonn
Moderator: Rüdiger Eichel
New: Paper 821-a 'Quaedam ad auctores intellegendos magnos vel minimos introductio': Die mittelalterlichen Accessus ad Auctores (Language: Deutsch)
Maren C. Peek, Department of Philology, Universität Bonn

Paper 821-b Gottfried von Straßburg und Ovid (Language: Deutsch)
Susanne Flecken-Büttner
Paper 821-c Der Orpheus-Mythos in mittelalterlicher Literatur (Language: Deutsch)
Stefan Elit, Department of Philology, Universität Bonn

Session: 822
Title: DATABASES FOR MEDIEVAL HISTORIANS II: EXPLOITING NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN PROSOPOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH
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: Katharine S. B. Keats-Rohan
Paper 822-a Using Formal Structures to Create Complex Relationships: The Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire - A Case Study (Language: English)
John Bradley, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College, University of London
Paper 822-b Only Connect: The COEL Database System's Multi-Strand Approach to Prosopography (Language: English)
Katharine S. B. Keats-Rohan
Paper 822-c Domesday Databases (Language: English)
John Palmer, Department of History, University of Hull

Session: 823
Title: ORGANISATIONS FOR MEDIEVAL STUDIES
Organiser: Simon Forde, Brepols Publishers
Moderator: Simon Forde
Paper 823-a The Medieval Academy: Promoting Medieval Studies in the New Millennium (Language: English)
Richard K. Emmerson, Medieval Academy of America, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 823-b La Société des Historiens Médiévistes de l'Enseignement Supérieur français à l'aube du nouveau millénaire (Language: Français)
Régine LeJan, Department of Medieval History, Université de Lille-III
Paper 823-c The Netherlands Research School for Medieval Studies: Flourishing by Pruning (Language: English)
Arjo Vanderjagt, Netherlands Research School for Medieval Studies
Paper 823-d The 'Mediävistenverband': An Interdisciplinary Organisation of Medievalists in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Language: English)
Hans-Werner Goetz, Department of History, Universität Hamburg

Session: 824
Title: CULTURAL CONNECTIONS II
Sponsor: Medieval Studies at Aberystwyth
Organiser: Diane Watt, Department of English, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Moderator: Liz Herbert McAvoy, Department of English, University of Aberystwyth
NEW: Paper 824-a No Wine, but only Sour Whey: Establishing Cultural Norms in 13th-Century England and Norway (Language: English)
Björn Weiler, Department of History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Paper 824-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 824-c Conflicts of Translation in the Yvain Romances (Language: English)
Catherine Piquemal, Department of English, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Session: 825
Title: RE-THINKING CATEGORIES: WRITING, GENRE, GOOD AND EVIL
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Catherine Batt, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 825-a Repetition and Distortion in Emaré: or, What Happens to the Queen Mum? (Language: English)
Joanna Luft, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
Paper 825-b Genre Study, Medieval Romance and the Stanzaic Morte Arthur (Language: English)
Kevin S. Whetter
Paper 825-c The Devil's Disguise: Cross-Dressing for Power in Mary of Nemmegen (Language: English)
Margaret Mary Raftery, Department of English, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein


TUESDAY 10 JULY 2001: 19.30 - 20.30

Session: 901
Title: RE-READING OLD ENGLISH II: INCLUDING THE OTHER - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Sponsors: Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Elaine M. Treharne, Department of English, University of Leicester
Moderator: Susan Rosser, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Purpose: This session will build on the work of the Research Group on Post-Conquest Old English Manuscripts, which has identified some fundamental questions about the use of Old English manuscripts after 1100. Papers presented by Elaine M. Treharne and Mary Swan (University of Leeds), together with a case-study illustrating 12th-century uses of earlier Old English manuscripts, will be discussed by participants in order to consider the ways in which this type of evidence can be interpreted, and to indicate future directions for research on this topic.

Session: 904
Title: MONS (1501-2001) - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organisers: Peter Meredith, School of English, University of Leeds, and Lynette R. Muir, Department of French, University of Leeds
Purpose: The Mons Passion of July 1501 is one of the best documented French medieval plays. The surviving manuscripts of the text, director's copy, accounts and organisation of the play will be introduced by Graham A. Runnalls (University of Edinburgh). Lynette R. Muir and Peter Meredith will look at aspects of staging, based on the accounts and the stage directions, before opening up discussion for contributions from those present.

Session: 919
Title: SEMI-RELIGIOUS WOMEN IN THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT DURING THE LATER MIDDLE AGES I - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Sabrina Corbellini, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Moderator: Koen Goudriaan, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Purpose: We would like to focus on the connection between women's convents and the city environment. One of the phenomena typical of late medieval religious history is the spread of semi-religious life among women. The 'semi-religious' are those who adopted a life of devotion (in congregations or even alone) without taking the three official vows. The periods in which the semi-religious flourished may have differed from region to region, as did the speed with which their lifestyle developed. There, however, nearly always appears to be some connection with urbanisation. For example, in the Northern Netherlands, the process can be observed around 1400 in a clearly urban context. Participants in this round table discussion include Letha Böhringer, Marc Carnier (Algemeen Rijksarchief, Brussels), Sabrina Corbellini, Hildo van Engen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) and Elizabeth Makowski (Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos).

Session: 922
Title: PUBLISHING MEDIEVAL STUDIES FOR THE NON-SPECIALIST READER - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Janice M. Bogstad, McIntyre Library / Department of Women's Studies, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Moderator: Philip E. Kaveny, University of Wisconsin-Madison / Hedgehog and Otter Books
Purpose: Publishers of scholarly works have long been aware of a non-specialist audience who read accessible works on medieval studies. This session will address the relationship between the scholarly endeavours of medievalists and this wider audience. Participants will focus on some texts that have created a broader interest and presses that publish for the non-specialist. We will also list series' from scholarly publishers directed at the audience, and the place of such publishing within an academic career. The round table will be led by Janice M. Bogstad and Philip E. Kaveny and it is followed by an open discussion.


WEDNESDAY 11 JULY 2001: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 1001
Title: RESPONSES TO HERESY
Sponsor: The Lollard Society
Organiser: Jill C. Havens, Department of English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Moderator: Jill C. Havens
Paper 1001-a Scripture as 'Speculum': Wyclif's Exposure of Heresy (Language: English)
Ian Christopher Levy, Department of Theology, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Paper 1001-b Latin and Vernacular Responses to Lollardy: Netter and Pecock (Language: English)
Mishtooni Bose, Department of English, University of Southampton
Paper 1001-c The Production of Heresy: Lollardy and Inquisitorial Discourse (Language: English)
John H. Arnold, Department of History, University of East Anglia

Session: 1002
Title: FEMALE PATRONAGE IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Maiju Lehmijoki-Gardner, Department of Theology, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland / Academy of Finland
Paper 1002-a 'Regina et Dominatrix': Twelfth-Century Spanish Queens and their Monastic Domus (Language: English)
Eileen P. McKiernan Gonzalez, University of Texas, Austin
Paper 1002-b Holy Books and Holy Blood: Judith of Flanders' Patronage and Weingarten Manuscript Production (Language: English)
Christine Sciacca, Columbia University, New York
NEW: Paper 1002-c Female Patronage in Pre-Anglo-Norman Ireland: Devorgilla and the Nuns' Church at Clonmacnoise, Co. Offaly (Language: English)
Jenifer Ni Ghradaigh, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

Session: 1003
Title: SPOTLIGHT ON KIRKSTALL I
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
NEW: Paper 1003-a The Landscape History pf Dargun Abbey as Subject of Interdisciplinary Research (Language: English)
Christine Kratzke, G.W.Z.O., Leipzig

Paper 1003-b Kirkstall Abbey: A 12th-Century Cistercian Ruin in a 21st-Century City (Language: English)
Bryan Sitch, Armley Mills Museum, Leeds
Paper 1003-c The Archaeology of Kirkstall Abbey Precincts (Language: English)
Stuart Wrathmell, West Yorkshire Archaeology Service, Wakefield

Session: 1004
Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF DAILY LIFE I: THE MIRROR OF THE SOURCES
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 1004-a Aspects of Daily Life in Medieval Historiography? (Language: English)
Käthe Sonnleitner, Department of History, Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
Paper 1004-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 1004-c The House in the Charter: Re-Presentation as Re-Construction (Language: English)
Helmut Hundsbichler, Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems
Moved from 1305-d: 1004-c Plants as Part of Religious and Secular Space in Central Europe (15th-16th Centuries) (Language: English)
Ülle Sillasoo, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 1005
Title: IRISH-BRITISH RELATIONS IN THE EARLY MEDIEVAL PERIOD
Organiser: Máire Ní Mhaonaigh, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Máire Ní Mhaonaigh
Paper 1005-a Aspects of Hiberno-Welsh Relations in the Viking Age (Language: English)
Colmán Etchingham, Department of History, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Paper 1005-b The Anglo-Saxons in Medieval Irish Literature (Language: English)
Dorota Pomorska, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge
Paper 1005-c A 'Familia' of Stone Carvings: Maltese Crosses in Britain and Ireland (Language: English)
Cathy Swift, Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool

Session: 1006
Title: CENTRE AND PERIPHERY OF THE CRUSADES I
Organiser: Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Moderator: Torben K. Nielsen, Department of History, Aalborg Universitet
Paper 1006-a 'Expeditio Sive Peregrinatio': Why the First Crusade was not a Pilgrimage (Language: English)
Janus Møller Jensen, Department of History, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1006-b Collaboration and Confrontation between East and West in the Baltic during the Early Crusades (Language: English)
John Howard Lind, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Paper 1006-c Crusading at the Fringe of the Ocean: Denmark and Portugal in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Kurt Villads Jensen

Session: 1007
Title: DEATH AS METAPHOR, METAPHORS OF DEATH
Sponsor: Department of History, Christ Church University College, Canterbury
Organiser: Michael R. Evans, Department of History, Christ Church University College, Canterbury
Moderator: David S. Green, University of Nottingham
Paper 1007-a Drowning as Metaphor: The Blanche Nef Disaster (Language: English)
Michael R. Evans
Paper 1007-b One Anchoress's 'Life' after 'Death': Eremitism, Syneisaktism, and Eve of Wilton (Language: English)
Jon M. B. Porter, Department of History, Franklin College, Indiana
Paper 1007-c Death by Longing in the Middle Ages: Sic mea fata and Dum ludis floribus (Language: English)
Julie Chappell, Department of English, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas

Session: 1008
Title: ECCLESIASTICAL HOUSEHOLDS ON THE MOVE
Organiser: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Moderator: Barrie Dobson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1008-a Loyalty against the Odds: Becket's Household in Exile (Language: English)
Anne J. Duggan, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1008-b Friendship, Patronage, Nepotism: Ecclesiastical Households and Scholars in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Christoph Egger, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Paper 1008-c Where my Caravan has Rested: Innocent III and his Mobile Home (Language: English)
Brenda M. Bolton

Session: 1009
Title: PRAGMATIC LITERACY IN THE URBAN HOME
Sponsors: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York and Urban Manuscripts Project
Organiser: Felicity Riddy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Matthew Holford, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1009-a The Urban Home and Pragmatic Reading (Language: English)
Felicity Riddy
Paper 1009-b Medical Texts in the Urban Home (Language: English)
Claire Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1009-c Dietaries in the Urban Home (Language: English)
Sharon Wells, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 1010
Title: PEASANT HOUSEHOLDS: STRUCTURES AND VALUES
Organiser: Rosamond Faith, Wolfson College, Oxford
Moderator: Richard Smith, Cambridge Group for the Study of Population and Social Structure
Paper 1010-a Patriarchs, Matriarchs, Bachelor Uncles and Single Parents in 9th-Century Provence (Language: English)
Rosamond Faith
Paper 1010-b The English Peasant Family: Values, Strategies and Structures (Language: English)
Zvi Razi, Department of History, Tel-Aviv University
Paper 1010-c Flexible Inheritance Strategies in 15th- and 16th- Century England (Language: English)
Jane Whittle, Department of History, University of Exeter

Session: 1011
Title: THE JEWISH FAMILY IN THE MIDDLE AGES: COMMUNITY AND METAPHOR I
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Hyam Maccoby, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1011-a The Uses of the Term 'Family' in Jewish Medieval Sources (Language: English)
Simha Goldin, Department of Jewish History, Tel-Aviv University
Paper 1011-b The Metaphor of Father in the Middle-Age Jewish Mysticism: Qabbalah and Experience of the One (Language: English)
Franceso Paparella, Department of Philosophy and Theory of Sciences, Ca Foscari University, Venezia

Paper 1011-c Family Values in Medieval Jewish Martyrological Poetry (1171-1306) (Language: English)
Susan Einbinder, Jewish Institute of Religion, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio

Session: 1012
Title: NOBLE DYNASTIES AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF THEIR DOMINION I: PATRONAGE OF THE CHURCH
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1012-a From Noble 'Domus' to House of God: From Family to Religious Community (Language: English)
Sidsel Wåhlin, Department of Prehistoric Archaeology, Aarhus Universitet
Paper 1012-b Scotian 'Noble Society' and Monastic Patronage in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Matthew H. Hammond, Department of Scottish History, University of Glasgow
Paper 1012-c The Autochthonal Medieval Dynasties in Macedonia (10th-14th Centuries) (Language: English)
Biljana Ristovska-Josifovska, Institute for Old Slavonic Culture, Skopje

Session: 1013
Title: MAKING MEN: THE CONFLICT BETWEEN CHIVALRY AND FAMILY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Abdulla al-Dabbagh, Department of English, United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain
Paper 1013-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1013-b 'We are broderen': Fraternal Bonds and Familial Loyalty within the 15th-Century Romance of Generydes (Language: English)
Matthew Howard, Wolfson College, Oxford
NEW: Paper 1013-c Brave (and Sadistic) Hearts: The Virgilian Conflict between Pietas and Amor in Blind Harry's Wallace (Langauge: English)
Nick Haydock, Department of English, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez

Session: 1014
Title: OLD MEN, NEW MEN: COURTIERS, LAWYERS AND BUREAUCRATS IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: W. Mark Ormrod, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1014-a The Case of the Disappearing 'Magistri': Archidiaconal Officials and the 'Familia' of the Bishops of Lincoln in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Michael Burger, Mississippi University for Women, Columbus
Paper 1014-b The Lessons of History: Treason and Restitution in Mid-Fourteenth Century England (Language: English)
Martyn Lawrence, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Paper 1014-c Edward III's 'Old Men': Born Survivors in an Age of Change (Language: English)
James Bothwell, Department of History, University of Leicester

Session: 1015
Title: SMALL TOWNS IN NORTH-WEST EUROPE I
Sponsors: Locality and Region Seminar, Institute of Historical Research and Victoria County History
Organiser: Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Moderator: Nigel Tringham, Victoria County History of Staffordshire / University of Keele
Paper 1015-a Much Wenlock and the Search for Cluniac Town Planning in England (Language: English)
David Cox, Victoria County History of Shropshire / University of Keele
Paper 1015-b Late Medieval Northallerton: Economy and Society in a Small Market Town (Language: English)
Christine Newman, Victoria County History Durham / University of Durham
Paper 1015-c Community Policing in Small Towns: Coroners in Late Medieval Salisbury (Language: English)
Carrie Smith, Victoria County History of Wiltshire, Trowbridge

Session: 1016
Title: CONCERNING INTERPRETATION AND OVERINTERPRETATION I
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Fred Orton, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 1016-a Hermetic Semiosis and Reading-In (Language: English)
Fred Orton
Paper 1016-b Considering Liturgy and Architecture in Anglo-Saxon England: Does Interdisciplinary Study Provide a Useful Control? (Language: English)
Helen Gittos, The Queen's College, University of Oxford
Paper 1016-c Emma / Ælfgyfu and the Reader's Desire (Language: English)
Catherine E. Karkov, Department of Art, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

Session: 1017
Title: SYMBOLS IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETIES I
Sponsor: Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Organiser: Ingmar Krause, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Moderator: Gudrun Tscherpel, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Paper 1017-a Symbols in Medieval Illustrations of the Fox Epic (Language: English)
Beatrix Zumbült, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Paper 1017-b Middle English Mirrors for Princes and Symbolic Capital (Language: English)
Ulrike Grassnick, Department of English, Universität Münster
Paper 1017-c Papal Ceremonies in Late Medieval Rome (Language: English)
Jörg Bölling, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster

Session: 1018
Title: RHETORIC, NEOPLATONISM AND THE ENCYCLOPAEDIC TRADITION
Sponsor: Disputatio: An International Transdisciplinary Journal of the Late Middle Ages
Organiser: Carol Poster, Department of English, Montana State University, Bozeman
Moderator: Lahcen E. Ezzaher, Department of English, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley
Paper 1018-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1018-b Neoplatonism and the Arabic Encyclopaedia (Language: English)
Lahcen E. Ezzaher
Paper 1018-c The Byzantine Perception of Hermogenic Stylistics (Language: English)
Apostolos Stavelas, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Athens
Paper 1018-d 'Byforn the eyen of the juge': The Consolation of Penitence in Chaucer's Parson's Tale (Language: English)
Krista Sue-Lo Twu, Department of English, University of Minnesota, Duluth

Session: 1019
Title: THE MENDICANTS AND THEIR WORLD I
Sponsor: Carmelite and Franciscan Orders
Organisers: Richard Copsey O. Carm., Catholic Chaplaincy, University of Aberdeen, and Michael Robson OFM. Conv., St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Richard Copsey O. Carm.
Paper 1019-a The Black Monks of Christ Church and the Greyfriars of Canterbury (Language: English)
Michael Robson OFM. Conv.
Paper 1019-b The English Cathedral Priories and their Mendicant Neighbours in the 14th Century (Language: English)
Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1019-c Aspects of Religious Instruction in the Franciscan Order (Language: English)
Bert Roest, Department of Medieval Studies, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Session: 1020
Title: THE TONALITY OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC
Sponsor: The Plainsong and Medieval Music Society
Organiser: David Maw, Oriel College, University of Oxford
Moderator: William Mahrt, Department of Music, Stanford University, California
Paper 1020-a In Praise of C Major (Language: English)
David Wulstan, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Paper 1020-b Discant Theory as Proto-Tonal Theory (Language: English)
David Maw
Paper 1020-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1021
Title: ICELANDIC FOLKLORE AND HAGIOGRAPHY
Organiser: Philip Westbury Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 1021-a The Faces of Ódinn: The Use of Ódinn According to Genre and Age (Language: English)
Annette Lassen, The Arnamagnæan Institute, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1021-b The Compilator and Contemporary Literary Culture in Old Norse Hagiography (Language: English)
Simonetta Battista, Ordbog Over det Norrøne Prosaprog, The Arnamagnæan Institute, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1021-c For Whom the Bell Tolls: Communities under Threat in the Icelandic Folktale (Language: English)
Martin Arnold, Department of English and Cultural Studies, University of Hull

Session: 1022
Title: THE WORLD WIDE WEB AND THE 'MEDIO AEVUM': ITALY AND BEYOND
Sponsor: www.medioevoitaliano.org - Medioevo Italiano Project
Organiser: Angelo Gambella, www.medioevoitaliano.org - Medioevo Italiano Project
Moderator: Orietta Da Rold, Centre for Technology and the Arts, De Montfort University, Leicester
Paper 1022-a The Middle Ages on the Web in Italy and England (Language: English)
Orietta Da Rold
Paper 1022-b Il Medioevo in rete: un confronto tra Spagna ed Italia (Language: Italiano)
Roberta Fidanzia, www.medioevoitaliano.org - Medioevo Italiano Project
Paper 1022-c Realtà e prospettive del medioevo in rete: l'esempio italiano (Language: Italiano)
Angelo Gambella

Session: 1023
Title: MANUSCRIPTS AS CONTEXT: AUCHINLECK, BODLEIAN MS LAUD MISC 683, AND FINDERN
Sponsor: Oxford University Medieval Graduate Seminar
Organiser: Helen Barr, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Moderator: Joyce Boro, St Cross College, University of Oxford
Paper 1023-a Medieval Anthologies: Narrative and Manuscript (Auchinleck) (Language: English)
Matthew Fisher, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 1023-b An Audience with Antisemitism: Family Reading and Lydgate's Praier to St Robert (Language: English)
Anthony P. Bale, Exeter College, University of Oxford
Paper 1023-c Codename Scribe II: Lyric, Gender and Editorial Tradition in Findern (Language: English)
Rosemary Appleton, St Cross College, University of Oxford

Session: 1024
Title: THE NIBELUNGENLIED: ITS RECEPTION IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft
Organiser: Edward R. Haymes, Department of Modern Languages, Cleveland State University, Ohio
Moderator: Edward R. Haymes
NEW: Paper 1024-a Die Nibelungen im Spätmittelalter: Die Darmstädter Handschrift (Language: Deutsch)
Edward R. Haymes

Paper 1024-b 'Das Lied vom hürnen Seyfrid': Siegfried auf 'aventiure'? (Language: Deutsch)
Siegrid Schmidt, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1024-c Die Piaristenhandschrift des Nibelungenliedes: Heroische, höfische und frühbürgerliche Elemente in einer späten Fassung des Heldenliedes (Language: Deutsch)
W. Günther Rohr, Department of German, Universität Trier
This session will be complemented by the Nibelungenlied in concert performed by Eberhard Kummer on the same day in the evening.


WEDNESDAY 11 JULY 2001: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 1101
Title: BEYOND THE BINARY: IMAGES AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HERESY AND ORTHODOXY
Sponsor: The Lollard Society
Organiser: Jill C. Havens, Department of English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Moderator: Wendy Scase, Department of English, University of Birmingham
Paper 1101-a Beyond the Binary: The Evidence of Art in Norfolk (Language: English)
Ann Eljenholm Nichols, Department of English, Winona State University, Minnesota
Paper 1101-b Between Orthodoxy and Heresy: Ambiguous Moments in Lydgate's Troy Book (Language: English)
Emily Leverett, Ohio State University, Columbus

Session: 1102
Title: PRINCELY FAMILIES, HOUSEHOLDS AND COURTS IN THE LATE MEDIEVAL EMPIRE
Organiser: Cordula Nolte, Department of History, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald
Moderator: Cordula Nolte
Paper 1102-a Provision and Financial Endowment of Princesses in the Late Medieval Empire (Language: English)
Jörg Rogge, Department of History, Universität Mainz
Paper 1102-b European Marriages: Problems of Integrating Foreign Queens and Princesses at their Husbands' Courts (Language: English)
Karl-Heinz Spiess, Department of History, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald
Paper 1102-c Family Relations and Structures of Living at Court (Language: English)
Cordula Nolte

Session: 1103
Title: SPOTLIGHT ON KIRKSTALL II
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Paper 1103-a Aspects of the Architecture of Kirkstall Abbey (Language: English)
Malcolm Thurlby, Department of Visual Arts, York University, Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1103-b Cistercian Refectories in Yorkshire with Special Attention to Kirkstall (Language: English)
Stuart A. Harrison, Ryedale Archaeology Service
Paper 1103-c Waterworks on Cistercian Abbeys in England, with Special Attention to Kirkstall (Language: English)
Glyn Coppack, English Heritage, Northampton
This session will be complemented by an excursion to Kirkstall Abbey on the same day in the afternoon.

Session: 1104
Title: MAGIC AND SCIENCE (RELIGION) IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
Sponsor: Department of English, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
Organiser: Rainer Nagel, Department of English, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
Moderator: Rainer Nagel
Paper 1104-a 'In quo nullae sunt epactae' - Was Bede for Real? (Language: English)
Rainer Nagel
Paper 1104-b Old English Medical Texts: At the Crossroads of Magic and Science (Language: English)
Alexandra Velten, Department of English, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
Paper 1104-c Preventive Medicine in Medieval Scotland: Am Beannachadh Bealltain - The Beltane Blessing (Language: English)
Martha C. Meeks, Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1104-d Exorcisms, Magical Inscriptions and Healing Instructions in 14th- and 15th-Century Serbian and Croatian Texts (Language: English)
Ivana Zivancevic-Sekerus, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

Session: 1105
Title: RULERS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIONS IN THE CELTIC WORLD
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Cathy Swift, Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool
Paper 1105-a The Ahenny Cross Revealed: An Interpretation of the Iconography of the North Cross at Ahenny (Language: English)
Patricia Radford, Department of Art, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Paper 1105-b There's Normans in them Woods: A Reassessment of the Hunting Scene in Pwyll (Language: English)
Diana Luft, Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Paper 1105-c The Theme of 'Cyfoeth' in Kulhwch and Olwen and Gereint, Son of Erbin: Welsh Tales of Sons, Daughters, Marriage and Dominion (Language: English)
Sue Ellen Holbrook, Department of English, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven

Session: 1106
Title: CENTRE AND PERIPHERY OF CRUSADES II
Organiser: Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Moderator: Torben K. Nielsen, Department of History, Aalborg Universitet
Paper 1106-a The Theology of the Baltic Crusades: 'Imitatio Christi' in the Works and Deeds of Archbishop Anders Sunesen (Language: English)
Ane Bysted, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Paper 1106-b Death and Crusading in the 13th Century (Language: English)
Caroline Smith, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
Paper 1106-c Alexander Nevskij and the Holy War (Language: English)
Mari Mäki-Petäys, Department of History, University of Oulu

Session: 1107
Title: EMOTIONS AND INSTITUTIONS: ELEMENTS OF GROUP SOLIDARITY IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Europäisches Graduiertenkolleg 625, Technische Universität, Dresden
Organiser: Klaus Peter Oschema, Europäisches Graduiertenkolleg 625, Technische Universität, Dresden
Moderator: Gert Melville, Department of History, Technische Universität, Dresden
Paper 1107-a The Heralds and their Masters (Language: English)
Torsten Hiltmann, Europäisches Graduiertenkolleg 625, Technische Universität, Dresden
Paper 1107-b Bloodfeud in the Lordship of the Isles: Fact and/or Fiction? (Language: English)
Annick Boulogne, Université de Lyon-II / EHESS Paris, Unité de Recherche 5648
Paper 1107-c Private Friendship - Public Friendship: Emotional Bonds in the Aristocracy of 15th-Century France and Burgundy and their Influence on Political Decision-Making (Language: English)
Klaus Peter Oschema

Session: 1108
Title: CLERICAL HOUSEHOLDS IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: David Lepine, University of Exeter
Moderator: Barrie Dobson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1108-a The Households of English Resident Canons (Language: English)
David Lepine
Paper 1108-b Canons, Houses and their 'Familia' in the Low Countries (Language: English)
Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1108-c Late Medieval Wills as Sources for Clerical Household Structures (Language: English)
Per Ingesman, Department of Church History, Aarhus Universitet

Session: 1109
Title: HOUSEHOLD BOOKS
Organiser: Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Moderator: Ineke van 't Spijker, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge
Paper 1109-a Governing the Household: Manuals for Women before the Time of Dhuoda (Language: English)
Kate Cooper, Department of Religions and Theology, University of Manchester
Paper 1109-b Two Household Books from Late Medieval Brabant (Language: English)
Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker
NEW: Respondent: Ineke van 't Spijker

Session: 1110
Title: RURAL HOUSEHOLDS AND FAMILIES IN LATER MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: University of Birmingham
Organiser: Miriam Müller, School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham
Moderator: Miriam Müller
Paper 1110-a Some Issues in the Formation of English Peasant Households (c. 1200-1500) (Language: English)
Phillipp R. Schofield, Department of History and Welsh History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Paper 1110-b Conflict, Strife and Co-operation: Aspects of the Late Medieval Peasant Family and Household (Language: English)
Miriam Müller
Paper 1110-c Credit and the Peasant Household Economy in England (1275-1400) (Language: English)
Chris D. Briggs, Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure

Session: 1111
Title: THE JEWISH FAMILY IN THE MIDDLE AGES: COMMUNITY AND METAPHOR II
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Penny Robinson, Division of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Leeds
Paper 1111-a Silence is Deadly: Judaism Confronts Wifebeating (Maimonides versus Maharam of Rothenburg) (Language: English)
Naomi Graetz, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Paper 1111-b All in the Family? Jewish Divorce Litigation in Medieval Catalan Courts (Language: English)
Elka Klein, New York University
Paper 1111-c Family, Community and Motherhood: Caring for Fatherless Children in the Jewish Community of 13th-Century Perpignan - Images of Narratives, Myths and Mentalities (Language: English)
Rebecca Winer, Villanova University, Pennsylvania

Session: 1112
Title: NOBLE DYNASTIES AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF THEIR DOMINION II: ORIGINS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Graham A. Loud, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1112-a Il ruolo politico della 'familia' nell'Italia meridionale longobarda (Language: Italiano)
Barbara Visentin, Università di Salerno
Paper 1112-b 'Familia et Domus' of the Komeni in Byzantium (Language: English)
Elena Koytcheva
Paper 1112-c Brotherly Love and Brotherly Service: On the Relationship between Carlo and Leonardo Tocco (Language: English)
Nada Zecevic, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Session: 1113
Title: SAGA STUDIES 4: FATHERS, SONS, WIDOWS, BROTHERS - FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS IN THE ICELANDIC SAGAS
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Liverpool
Organiser: Pauline Ann Stafford, School of History, University of Liverpool
Moderator: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1113-a Inheritance: Tension, Pragmatism and Affection (Language: English)
Nick Percivall, Universitetet i Oslo
Paper 1113-b Thórdís Snorradóttir: A 13th-Century Icelandic Widow in a Man's World (Language: English)
Philadelphia Ricketts, School of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 1113-c Men's Social Duty in Grettis Saga (Language: English)
Andrew Hamer, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Liverpool
Respondent: Janet L. Nelson

Session: 1114
Title: ASPECTS OF MEDIEVAL WARFARE
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Bert Hall, Victoria College, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1114-a The Military Demography of Charles the Bald's Mobilizations against the Vikings (Language: English)
Carroll Gillmor, Independent Scholar, Salt Lake City, Utah
Paper 1114-b London's War Effort in the 14th Century (Language: English)
Peter Konieczny, University of Toronto
Paper 1114-c John the Fearless' Way of War (Language: English)
Kelly DeVries, Department of History, Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland

Session: 1115
Title: STRATEGIES OF POWER AMONG THE EARLY MEDIEVAL ELITE
Organiser: Marios Costambeys, School of History, University of Liverpool
Moderator: Conrad Leyser, Department of History, University of Manchester
Paper 1115-a Carolingian Kings and Italian Aristocrats (Language: English)
Simon MacLean, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
Paper 1115-b Gift, Enmity and Strategies of Survival in Merovingian Francia (Language: English)
Paul Fouracre, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
Paper 1115-c Local Power and Rulers' Patronage in 9th-Century Italy (Language: English)
Marios Costambeys

Session: 1116
Title: CONCERNING INTERPRETATION AND OVERINTERPRETATION II
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Fred Orton, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 1116-a Fearful Symmetries: Making Sense of the Minor Arts (Language: English)
Leslie E. Webster, The British Museum, London
Paper 1116-b The Insular Gospel Book as Pictorial Exegesis? (Language: English)
Jennifer O'Reilly, University of Cork
Paper 1116-c Shaping Stone: Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture and Symbolic Constructs of Community (Language: English)
Jane Hawkes, Department of History of Art, University of York

Session: 1117
Title: SYMBOLS IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETIES II
Sponsor: Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Organiser: Ingmar Krause, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Universität Münster
Paper 1117-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1117-b The Ottonians and their Rituals (Language: English)
Mariëlle Hagemann, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1117-c Symbolic Communication and Representation in the Ages of the Last Carolingians and First Capetians (10th-12th Centuries) (Language: English)
Ingmar Krause

Session: 1118
Title: INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: John A. H. Lewis, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1118-a Jewish-Christian Dialogue in 12th-Century Exegesis: The Hebrew and Latin Sources of Herbert of Bosham's Commentary on the Psalter (Language: English)
Eva de Visscher, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1118-b The Relationship of Roger Bacon's Consideration of Other Religions with Mid 13th-Century Trends in Franciscan Thought (Language: English)
Amanda Power, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 1118-c Civilisational Dialogue: Latin-Europe Renaissance and Islamic Influences (Language: English)
S. M. Ghazanfar, Department of Economics, University of Idaho, Moscow

Session: 1119
Title: THE MENDICANTS AND THEIR WORLD II
Sponsor: Carmelite and Franciscan Orders
Organisers: Richard Copsey O. Carm., Catholic Chaplaincy, University of Aberdeen, and Michael Robson OFM. Conv., St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Michael Robson OFM. Conv.
Paper 1119-a The Economic Foundations of the London Mendicant Houses (Language: English)
Jens Röhrkasten, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham
Paper 1119-b The Florentine Carmelites and the Local Community (Language: English)
Patrick Macmahon O. Carm., Carmelite Institute, Washington D.C.

Session: 1120
Title: SEARCHING FOR THE ORIGINS OF WESTERN CHANT: SOME ANALYTICAL STRATEGIES
Organiser: Emma C. Hornby, Christ Church, University of Oxford
Moderator: Emma C. Hornby
Paper 1120-a Sound or Sense? The Word-Music Relationship in the Gregorian and Old Roman Offertories (Language: English)
Rebecca Maloy, University of Cincinnati, Ohio
Paper 1120-b Formulaic Chants in Rome and Francia: Adopted or Adapted? (Language: English)
Emma C. Hornby
Paper 1120-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1121
Title: CHARTERS AND DOCUMENTS IN LATE MEDIEVAL SWEDEN
Sponsor: National Archives, Stockholm
Organiser: Claes Gejrot, Diplomatarium Suecanum, Stockholm
Moderator: Claes Gejrot
Paper 1121-a Formularies and Copybooks: Two Examples from Late Medieval Sweden (Language: English)
Peter Ståhl, Diplomatarium Suecanum, Stockholm
Paper 1121-b The Medieval Farm as a Record Keeper (Language: English)
Roger Andersson, Diplomatarium Suecanum, Stockholm
Paper 1121-c The Nostalgia of Brother Sven: The Tribulations of a Bridgettine Friar in Exile (Language: English)
Gösta Hedegård, Diplomatarium Suecanum, Stockholm / Stockholms Universitet

Session: 1122
Title: MEDIEVAL STUDIES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I: PRESENTING MEDIEVAL HISTORY ON CD-ROM - DOES IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Sponsor: Brepols Publishers
Organiser: Franz-Josef Arlinghaus, FB 5, Gesellschaftswissenschaften, Universität Kassel
Moderator: Marco Mostert, Pionierproject Verschriftelijking, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1122-a Teaching and Learning Historical Skills with Computers: How to Create an Appropriate Environment (Language: English)
Kathleen Rogiers, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 1122-b Bridging the Gap: CD-ROMs for both Academics and Mainstream Audiences (Language: English)
Gudrun Tscherpel, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Paper 1122-c Presenting Research on CD-ROM: What are the Effects on Research? (Language: English)
Franz-Josef Arlinghaus
Respondent: Frederik Truyen, Data Processing Service, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Session: 1123
Title: SMALL TOWNS IN NORTH-WEST EUROPE II
Sponsors: Locality and Region Seminar, Institute of Historical Research and Victoria County History
Organiser: Andrew Wareham, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Moderator: Janet Cooper, Victoria County History of Essex, University of Essex
Paper 1123-a Medieval Scottish Towns - Urban Villages? (Language: English)
Pat Dennison, Department of Scottish History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1123-b Medieval Norway and its Small Towns (Language: English)
Richard Holt, Department of History, Universitetet i Tromsø
Respondent: Derek Keene, Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research, London

Session: 1124
Title: L'ORDRE DU TEMPS ET LA MÉMOIRE DANS L'UNIVERS ARTHURIEN
Sponsor: Department of French Civilisation, University of Haifa
Organiser: Jeannine Horowitz, Department of French Civilisation, University of Haifa
Moderator: Danielle Regnier-Bohler, Université de Bordeaux
Introduction: Tenebres et clartes du devenir heroique dans le roman en prose arthurien (Language: Français)
Danielle Regnier-Bohler
Paper 1124-a L'expérience du temps dans la trilogie de Robert de Boron (Language: Français)
Jeannine Horowitz
Paper 1124-b Changements de perspective temporelle dans la réécriture: Le chevalier de la charrette et le Lancelot en prose (Language: Français)
Katalin Hala'sz, Department of French, Debreceni Egyetem
Paper 1124-c Gauvain et le temps (Language: Français)
Virginie Greene, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Session: 1125
Title: SOCIAL POETICS IN THE LATE 14TH CENTURY: CHAUCER, GOWER AND USK
Sponsor: Oxford University Medieval Graduate Seminar
Organiser: Helen Barr, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Moderator: Joanna Martin, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 1125-a Wise Merchants: The Guild Returns of 1388 and the Canterbury 'Compaignye' (Language: English)
Marion Turner, St Anne's College, University of Oxford
Paper 1125-b Good Hosts, Bad Hosts: Land and Lordship in the Confessio amantis (Language: English)
Elliot Kendall, Worcester College, University of Oxford
Paper 1125-c The Livery of Love in the Service of Fidelity: Richard II and Thomas Usk's Testament of Love (Language: English)
Jo Summers, University College, University of Oxford


WEDNESDAY 11 JULY 2001: 14.15 - 15.45

Session: 1202
Title: GENDER AND TEXT: MARRIAGE, SPACE AND FAMILY CHRONICLE
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Liverpool
Organiser: Pauline Ann Stafford, School of History, University of Liverpool
Moderator: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Paper 1202-a 'Tale of Bygone Years': The Russian Primary Chronicle as a Family Chronicle (Language: English)
Alex Rukavishnikov, Faculty of History, Moscow State University
Paper 1202-b Conquest and Masculinity in William of Malmesbury: The Case of Vortigern (Language: English)
Kirsten McMillan, School of History, University of Liverpool
Paper 1202-c Women's Monasticism and the Use of Space in 13th-Century Normandy (Language: English)
Leonie Hicks, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Respondent: Janet L. Nelson

Session: 1203
Title: STRUCTURES AND SOCIETY IN MEDIEVAL ITALY
Organiser: Sarah Salih, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Moderator: John Mitchell, School of World Art and Museology, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 1203-a From the 'Palatium Constantinii' to the 'Patriarchium': The Lateran Palace in the Early Middle Ages (Language: English)
Barbara Polci, The British School, Roma
Paper 1203-b Archaeology, History and the 'People Born Yesterday': Monks and Makers in Early Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Matthew Moran, School of World Art and Museology, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 1203-c Plague Houses in Later Medieval Italy (Language: English)
Kirsten Dunlop, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Session: 1204
Title: MEDICAL AND SOCIAL CARE: THE CITY AND THE CLOISTER
Organisers: Rudolph Ladan, Department of the History of Medicine, Universiteit Leiden, and Catrien Santing, Instituto Olandese, Roma
Moderator: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1204-a 'Domus infirmorum': The Infirmary of Cluny in the 11th Century (Language: English)
Riccardo Cristiani, Università di Genova
Paper 1204-b Between Courtroom and Hospital: The Surgeon of a Dutch Town (Language: English)
Rudolph Ladan
Paper 1204-c Monastic Poor Relief in the Later Middle Ages: Token Effort or Social Service? (Language: English)
Neil S. Rushton, Trinity College, University of Cambridge

Session: 1206
Title: CENTRE AND PERIPHERY OF THE CRUSADES III
Organiser: Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Moderator: Kurt Villads Jensen
Paper 1206-a Aspects of Papal Policy towards the Baltic Region (c. 1150-1350) (Language: English)
Iben Fonnesberg Schmidt, University of Cambridge
Paper 1206-b War and Peace in Livonia: The Early Missionary Activities and Crusades in the Baltic (Language: English)
Carsten Selch Jensen, Institute of History, Odense Universitet
Paper 1206-c Conversion on the Baltic Frontier: Henry of Livonia Revisited (Language: English)
Torben K. Nielsen, Department of History, Aalborg Universitet

Session: 1207
Title: HONOUR IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: The Haskins Society
Organiser: John Hudson, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Moderator: John Hudson
Paper 1207-a Dishonour in the Mid-11th Century: Barons of Maine Rebelling against the Count of Anjou and the Duke of Normandy (Language: English)
Henk Teunis, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1207-b The Open Door: Hospitality and Honour in the 12th Century (Language: English)
Julie Kerr, Department of Mediaeval History, University of St Andrews
Paper 1207-c Righting Wrongs in Medieval England: The Less Violent Option (Language: English)
Paul R. Hyams, Department of History, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Session: 1208
Title: PASTOR, PERFECTOR, POLITICIAN: CONSTRUCTIONS AND DEFINITIONS OF EPISCOPAL AUTHORITY FROM THE 10TH TO THE 14TH CENTURY
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Suzanne Paul, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Frederik Pedersen, Department of History, University of Aberdeen
Paper 1208-a Episcopal Authority and the Construction of Sanctity in 10th-Century Anglo-Latin Hagiography (Language: English)
Nicky Robertson, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1208-b Authority and Responsibility: Robert Grosseteste's View of the Episcopal Office (Language: English)
Suzanne Paul
Paper 1208-c Poverty and Perfection: Episcopal Status in Early 14th-Century Mendicant Thought (Language: English)
Melanie Brunner, Centre for Medieval Studies / International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds

Session: 1209
Title: HOUSE BOOKS IN LATE MEDIEVAL URBAN SOCIETY
Sponsors: Westfälische Landesgeschichte and Institut für Städtegeschichte,Universität Münster
Organiser: Birgit Studt, Department of History, Universität Münster
Moderator: Peter Johanek, Department of History, Universität Münster
Paper 1209-a La ville et le nom: Livres de famille et histoires urbaines dans les cités meridionales de l'Empire à la fin du Moyen Age (Language: Français)
Pierre Monnet, Mission historique française en Allemagne
Paper 1209-b The House Book of the Vogler Family as a Document of Private Literacy: Its Creation and Practical Relevance (Language: English)
Alexa Renggli, Department of History, Universität Zürich
Paper 1209-c Masculinities in Late Medieval Urban Society: The Composition of Social and Gender Roles in the House-Books of Urban Elites (Language: English)
Birgit Studt
Paper 1209-d Representations and Literary Transformation of Family Knowledge in Early Modern House-Books (Language: English)
Barbara Schmid, Department of German Literature, Universität Zürich

Session: 1210
Title: MEDIEVAL TOWNHOUSES: SOME RECENT RESEARCH
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Jane Grenville, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Moderator: Jane Grenville
Paper 1210-a Common Housing in Portuguese Medieval Towns: The Northern Landscape (Language: English)
Maria da Conceição Falcão Ferreira, Department of History, Universidade do Minho, Braga
Paper 1210-b Machiya in Medieval Japan: Reconstructing the Formation and Development of an Urban Dwelling Type (Language: English)
Martin Morris, Department of Design & Architecture, University of Chiba, Japan

Paper 1210-c The Value of Comparative Study: England and Japan Compared (Language: English)
Jane Grenville

Session: 1211
Title: THE JEWISH FAMILY IN THE MIDDLE AGES: COMMUNITY AND METAPHOR III
Sponsor: Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Eva Frojmovic, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Eva Frojmovic
Paper 1211-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1211-b Educating the Lay? Children and Women in Sefer haMinhagim from Venice (Language: English)
Naomi Feuchtwanger-Sarig, Interdepartmental Divison of Judaica Studies, Department of Art History, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan
Paper 1211-c Sex, Romance and Marriage in Illustrated Yiddish Books from Cinquecento Italy (Language: English)
Diane Wolfthal, College of Fine Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe

Session: 1212
Title: FAMILY CONFLICTS IN HAGIOGRAPHY
Organiser: Marina Paramonova, Institute of Universal History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Moderator: Marina Paramonova
Paper 1212-a Murder as Martyrdom in Old Russian and Latin Saints' Lives (Language: English)
Marina Paramonova
(Language: English)
Paper 1212-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 1212-c Family and Dynastic Conflict in Anglo-Saxon Hagiography (Language: English)
Mark Omelnitski, Moscow Pedagogical University / King's College, University of London

Session: 1213
Title: FAMILY AND KINSHIP IN MEDIEVAL NARRATIVE LITERATURE I
Sponsors: Universität St Gallen and Universität Salzburg
Organiser: Margarete Springeth, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Moderator: Paola Schulze-Belli, Università degli studi di Trieste
Paper 1213-a 'Domus' as a Symbol from the Bible to French Literature of the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Valentina Dordolo
Paper 1213-b Die Ehe in der Romanischen Novellistik in Spätmittelalter und Renaissance (Language: Deutsch)
Michael Aichmayr, Department of Italian Studies, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1213-c Family Affairs in Spanish Chronicles of the 15th Century (Language: English)
Elisabeth Schreiner, Department of Spanish Studies, Universität Salzburg

Session: 1214
Title: KNIGHTS AND GUNPOWDER: ASPECTS OF RENAISSANCE WARFARE
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Robert D. Smith
Paper 1214-a Decorated Armour of the Knights of Malta (Language: English)
Karen Watts, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Paper 1214-b Artillery at the Siege of Malta (Language: English)
Ruth Rhynas Brown, Independent Scholar, Leeds
Paper 1214-c The Mystery of Serpentine Powder (Language: English)
Bert Hall, Victoria College, University of Toronto, Ontario

Session: 1215
Title: GOTHS AND ROMANS: DEATH, COMMEMORATION AND IDENTITY IN VISIGOTHIC SPAIN
Organiser: Guy Halsall, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Guy Halsall
Paper 1215-a Death and Identity on the Periphery: The So-Called Visigothic Cemetery Reconsidered (Language: English)
Guy Halsall
Paper 1215-b Roman and Goth: Commemoration, Time and Distinct Identities in 5th-7th-Century Spain (Language: English)
Mark Allen Handley, Department of History, University College, University of London

Session: 1216
Title: CONCERNING INTERPRETATION AND OVERINTERPRETATION III
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Organiser: Fred Orton, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Moderator: To Be Announced
Paper 1216-a Past Image, Present Perception: The Syntax of the Invisible (Language: English)
Steven Plunkett, Sutton Hoo Project / National Trust
Paper 1216-b Background Noise or Precise Signal: The Question of Paul and Anthony (Language: English)
Ian N. Wood, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1216-c Imposing Interpretations: The Story of a Byzantine Ivory (Language: English)
Leslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine Studies, University of Birmingham

Session: 1217
Title: FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: James R. Ginther, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Paper 1217-a Eating a Holy Family into House and Home: Modelling the Heavenly Banquet in the Old English Andreas, Daniel and Guthlac (Language: English)
Christopher Fee, Department of English, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania
Paper 1217-b William of Auxerre's Spiritually Sensuous Theology of the Eucharist (Language: English)
Boyd Taylor Coolman, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Paper 1217-c Origins and Development of Christian Vegetarianism (Language: English)
Hubertus Lutterbach, Department of Church History, Universität Essen

Session: 1218
Title: 'FAMILIA', 'DOMUS' AND THE PROBLEM OF THE COMMON LIFE IN CLERICAL ORDERS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1218-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1218-b A Family without a Home: Francis of Assisi's Experiment (Language: English)
Laura Smit, Department of Religion and Theology, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Paper 1218-c 'In domibus monialium' and 'In domibus canonicorum' in the Ordinal of the Order of Sempringham (Language: English)
Janet Sorrentino, Department of History, Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland
Paper 1218-d The Domestic Life of the Vicars Choral of York Minster (Language: English)
Nigel Tringham, Victoria County History of Staffordshire / University of Keele

Session: 1219
Title: THE MENDICANTS AND THEIR WORLD III
Sponsors: Carmelite and Franciscan Orders
Organisers: Richard Copsey O. Carm., Catholic Chaplaincy, University of Aberdeen, and Michael Robson OFM. Conv., St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Kevin Alban O.Carm, Missionary Institute, London
Paper 1219-a The Poetria nova and the Franciscans (Language: English)
Marjorie C. Woods, Department of English, University of Texas, Austin
Paper 1219-b The Office of St Anne in the Carmelite Liturgy (Language: English)
James Boyce O. Carm, Fordham University, New York
Paper 1219-c Trawling the Printed Records: The Family of Richard Fishacre OP (d. 1248), and any Similar Evidence for Richard Rufus of Cornwall OFM (Language: English)
Maura O'Carroll SND, Sisters of Notre Dame, London

Session: 1220
Title: READING, SINGING AND REMEMBERING
Organiser: Emma C. Hornby, Christ Church, University of Oxford
Moderator: Emma C. Hornby
Paper 1220-a Orality in Writing: Chant Transmission in the Age of Writing (Language: English)
Eyolf Østrem, Department of Music, Uppsala Universitet
Paper 1220-b Written Cues for Vocal Performance: Punctuation (Language: English)
Kate Dailinger, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 1220-c Singing Boethius's De Consolatione Philosophiae: Some Problems of Transmission (Language: English)
Sam Barrett, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge

Session: 1221
Title: THE CHRISTIAN CROSS IN LATE VIKING-AGE AND EARLY MEDIEVAL ART IN SCANDANAVIA
Organiser: Lise Gjedssø Bertelsen, Independent Scholar, Kolding
Moderator: Lise Gjedssø Bertelsen
Paper 1221-a The Christian Cross: A Predominant Motif in Late Viking-Age Art (Language: English)
Lise Gjedssø Bertelsen
Paper 1221-b Early Medieval Crosses in the Danish National Museum (Language: English)
Bente Gundestrup, Independent Scholar, Nykolbing Falster
Paper 1221-c The Serpent, the Tree of Life and the Cross in Danish Romanesque Art (Language: English)
Lise Gotfredsen, Department of Art History, Aarhus Universitet

Session: 1222
Title: MEDIEVAL STUDIES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II: FROM MABILLON TO MULTIMEDIA - EDITORIAL PHILOLOGY AND HILFSWISSENSCHAFTEN IN A CHANGING WORLD - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Manfred Thaller, HK Informationsverarbeitung, Universität Köln
Moderator: Manfred Thaller
Purpose: Multimedia systems in history are frequently seen as presentational or, at best, didactical tools only. This round table will focus on the methodological implications of multimedia-based editions for both editorial theory as well as the usage of editions. Editions of written sources will be discussed as well as those of pictorial material. We will consider archive and library systems as well as editions in the more traditional sense. The round table will finalise preparatory WWW-based discussions, which can be accessed already before the conference at http://www.hki.uni-koeln.de:8009/fora/leeds2001.
Participants include Dino Buzzetti (Università degli studi di Bologna), Odd Einar Haugen (Universitetet i Bergen), Claus Huitfeldt (Universitetet i Bergen), Gerhard Jaritz (Krems / Central European University), Ingo Kropac (Universität Graz) and Patrick Sahle (Universität Köln).

Session: 1223
Title: FAMILY FINANCES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Elizabeth L'Estrange, Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds
Paper 1223-a The Attitude toward the Public Debt in Medieval Genua: The Case of the Lomellini Family (Language: English)
Yoko Kamenaga Anzai, Takachiho University
Paper 1223-b Women, Family and Inheritance in Bologna during the Black Death (Language: English)
Shona Kelly Wray, Department of History, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Paper 1223-c La valeur monetaire exprimée dans quelques oeuvres du genre bourgeois en France (Language: Français)
Yorio Otaka, Otemae University
Paper 1223-d Les dynamiques familiales et sociales dans une village piscatoire aux environs du Porto (1449-1497): La contribution de l'anthroponymie (Language: Français)
Isabel Maria Madureira Franco, Project for the Analysis and Classification of Occupations, Universidades do Porto et de Lisboa

Session: 1224
Title: ILLUSTRATING THE LANCELOT-GRAIL ROMANCE
Sponsor: University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Organiser: Alison Stones, Department of History of Art, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Moderator: Alison Stones
Paper 1224-a Ownership and Reception of Lancelot-Grail Manuscripts (Language: English)
Roger Middleton, Department of French, University of Nottingham
Paper 1224-b To Be Continued: Shared Iconographical Themes in the Lancelot-Grail Cycle (Language: English)
Martine Meuwese, Department of Dutch Literature and Culture, Universiteit Leiden
Paper 1224-c Illustrating the Estoire del saint Graal (Language: English)
Elspeth Kennedy, St Hilda's College, University of Oxford

Session: 1225
Title: CHAUCER: INFLUENCES AND EFFECTS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Charlotte C. Morse, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
Paper 1225-a Four Versions of Criseyde: Intertextuality or Anxiety of Influence? (Language: English)
Dorrit Einersen, Department of English, Københavns Universitet
Paper 1225-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 1225-c Chaucer after the Letter (Language: English)
John M. Crafton, Department of English, State University of West Georgia, Carrollton


WEDNESDAY 11 JULY 2001: 16.30-18.00

Session: 1301
Title: HEROIC VALUES IN CHRISTIAN CONTEXTS: ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Sponsor: Department of English, National University of Ireland, Cork
Organiser: Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Department of English, National University of Ireland, Cork
Moderator: Jane Hawkes, Department of History of Art, University of York Paper 1301-a Heroic Values on the Ruthwell Cross (Language: English)
Richard North, Department of English, University College, University of London
Paper 1301-b Heroic Values in a Christian Context: Guthlac and the Dream of the Rood (Language: English)
Jane Roberts, Department of English, King's College, University of London
Paper 1301-c The Subversion of Heroism on the Ruthwell Cross (Language: English)
Éamonn Ó Carragáin

Session: 1303
Title: CATHEDRAL AND CITY IN SOUTHERN EUROPE I: CANONICAL TOPOGRAPHY IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Sponsor: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Organisers: Eduardo Carrero Santamaría, Área de Historia del Arte, Universidad de Oviedo, and Daniel Rico Camps, Department of Art, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
Moderator: Anna Orriols, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Paper 1303-a Les autours de la mosquée de Córdoba après la conquête chrétienne (Language: Français)
Susana Calvo Capilla, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Paper 1303-b The Urban Surroundings of the Portuguese Cathedrals: The Cathedral of Lamego (Language: English)
Anisio Miguel de Sousa Saraiva, Universidade de Coimbra
Paper 1303-c La topografie urbaine des villes épiscopales dans la Galice (Language: Français)
Anselmo López Carreira, Uned-Ourense

Session: 1304
Title: FROM TEXT TO STAGE: THE TRANSLATION OF STYLE AND CHARACTER - A WORKSHOP
Organiser: Jane Oakshott, Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Jane Oakshott
Purpose: The workshop will begin with a discussion of aims and methods in translating dramatic text for performance, leading to a practical translation session using extracts from the 16th-century Dutch morality play The Temptation of Christ by the Devil. This discussion will be led by Jane Oakshott and Elsa Strietman (University of Cambridge).

Session: 1305
Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF DAILY LIFE II: AT THE INTERSECTIONS OF INTERESTS
Sponsor: Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems / Central European University, Budapest
Moderator: Käthe Sonnleitner, Department of History, Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz
Paper 1305-a Intersections of Medical and Literary Discourse: The Physician and Author Heinrich von Neustadt (Language: English)
Patricia Harant, Projekt 'Motiv-Index', Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 1305-b Lament of the Dying (c. 1470): From Religious Poem to an Early Morality? (Language: English)
Jolanta Szpilewska, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1305-c Norms of Behaviour and Patterns of Misbehaviour in Livonian Guilds (Language: English)
Anu Mänd, Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn
Paper 1305-d Moved to 1004-c

Session: 1308
Title: STRENGTHENING THE FAITH THROUGHOUT CHRISTENDOM: CRUSADE IDEALS AND SOCIETY IN THE 12TH AND 13TH CENTURIES
Organiser: Barbara Bombi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
Moderator: Brenda M. Bolton, Department of History, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
Paper 1308-a Urbano II, la riforma della Chiesa e la società 'Lombarda' (Language: Italiano)
Cristina Andenna, Department of Medieval Studies, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
Paper 1308-b Hospitallers, Templars and Local Family Strategies: The dilemma of the Sub-Alpine Nobility in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Language: English)
Elena Bellomo, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
Paper 1308-c Teutonic Knights and the Livonian Crusade in Retrospect: A Newly-Discovered Parchment Scroll of the 14th Century (Language: English)
Barbara Bombi

Session: 1309
Title: CHESS IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETY
Sponsor: 'Symbolische Kommunikation und Gesellschaftliche Wertesysteme', Universität Münster
Organiser: Oliver Plessow, SFB 496 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Universität Münster
Moderator: Volker Honemann, Department of German, Universität Münster
Paper 1309-a Medieval Chess Books in Latin and German: For Whom Were they Written, and Who Were their Readers? (Language: English)
Mareike Temmen, SFB 496 'Symbolische Kommunikation', Universität Münster
Paper 1309-b Oaths, Civil Servants, and Social Values: The Use of the Ludus Scaccorum in the Rechtsboek van Den Briel (Language: English)
Jacqueline Van Leeuwen, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 1309-c What the Artefacts Tell: Medieval Chess Pieces and their Interpretation of the Social Connotations of the Game of Chess (Language: English)
Oliver Plessow

Session: 1310
Title: URBAN SPACE: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS
Sponsor: Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Organiser: Herwig Weigl, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien
Moderator: Derek Keene, Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research, London
Paper 1310-a Social Climbers in 14th-Century Bozen: The Botsch (Language: English)
Gustav Pfeifer, Südtiroler Landesarchiv, Bozano
Paper 1310-b Social Uses of Urban Space: Townspeople and Topography (Language: English)
Susanne C. Pils, Wiener Stadt- und Landesarchiv, Wien
Paper 1310-c A Place for Writing: Urban Space Enlarged? (Language: English)
Herwig Weigl

Session: 1313
Title: FAMILY AND KINSHIP IN MEDIEVAL NARRATIVE LITERATURE II
Sponsors: Universität St Gallen and Universität Salzburg
Organiser: Paola Schulze-Belli, Università degli studi di Trieste
Moderator: Siegrid Schmidt, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1313-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1313-b Family in the Later Middle Ages: The Middle High German Pseudo-Albertanus of Brescia (Language: English)
Arnold Otto, Department of German, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf
Paper 1313-c Bezeihungsstrukturen von Mutter und Tochter in der Mittelhochdeutschen Epik (Language: Deutsch)
Maria E. Dorninger, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1313-d Familie, Personenverband und Lehensleute in der Neidhart-Tradition (Language: Deutsch)
Jörn Bockmann

Session: 1314
Title: 'HOW A MAN SCHALL BE ARMYD WHEN HE SCHALL FIGHT ON FOOTE': A DEMONSTRATION
Sponsor: The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Organiser: Robert D. Smith, The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Moderator: Robert D. Smith
Purpose: Following the very successful session at last year's congress, interpreters from the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds will demonstrate the techniques of fighting in the medieval period wearing armour and using the typical weapons of the time, the sword and polaxe. This session will be a forceful explanation of just what was and was not possible and bring home to participants the nature of medieval warfare.

Session: 1316
Title: MEDIEVAL AFRICA? SOME HISTORIOGRAPHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Mark Allen Handley, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 1316-a Periodisation and African Historiography: Is There an African Medieval History? (Language: English)
'Yomi Kristilolu, Department of History and Diplomatic Studies, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye
Paper 1316-b Africa in Medieval Historiography (1000-1500): The Case of Portuguese Records on Medieval Benin (Language: English)
Oluwatoyin Babatunde Oduntan, Department of History, Ogun State University, Dugbe

Session: 1317
Title: SYMBOLS IN MEDIEVAL SOCIETIES III
Sponsor: Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Organiser: Ingmar Krause, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Moderator: Ulrike Grassnick, Department of English, Universität Münster
Paper 1317-a 'A fundamentis inchoavit... ': Attitudes towards Building and Buildings in Late-Saxon and Norman England (Language: English)
Ulrich Fischer, Graduiertenkolleg 'Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter', Universität Münster
Paper 1317-b WITHDRAWN
NEW: Paper 1317-c The Question of the Symbolic Signification of Liturgical Fans: How Can We Understand Bede's Commentary on Exodus 25:18-21? (Language: English)
Karin Leuenberger, Graduiertenkolleg "Gesellschaftliche Symbolik im Mittelalter", Universität Münster

Session: 1319
Title: THE MENDICANTS AND THEIR WORLD IV
Sponsor: Carmelite and Franciscan Orders
Organisers: Richard Copsey O. Carm., Catholic Chaplaincy, University of Aberdeen, and Michael Robson OFM. Conv., St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Joan Greatrex, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1319-a Pope Honorius III and the Beginning of the Dominican Order (Language: English)
Patrick Zutshi, Cambridge University Library
Paper 1319-b 'The Pious Scrutineer': Elizabethan Recusant Images of the Martyrdom of John Forest (Language: English)
Anne Dillon, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1319-c Franciscan Chroniclers: Thomas of Eccleston's Tractatus, an
Exempla-Collection in the Making
(Language: English)
Annette Kehnel, Technische Universität, Dresden

Session: 1322
Title: ELECTRONIC RESOURCES FOR MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES - A WORKSHOP
Organisers: Hans Deraeve, Brepols Publishers, and Alan V. Murray, International Medieval Institute, University of Leeds
Moderator: Hans Deraeve
Purpose: This workshop will demonstrate, and allow participants to question the project editors of two significant new bibliographical tools: the International Medieval Bibliography in its new online version (available from May 2001) and the Bibliographie internationale de l'Humanisme et de la Renaissance in its CD-ROM format (available from January 2001). Alan V. Murray and Isabelle Engammare (Droz, Geneva) will present each project in turn. The International Medieval Bibliography is a current bibliography for the European Middle Ages (400-1500) with over 300,000 records. The printed Bibliographie internationale de l'Humanisme et de la Renaissance has been downloaded onto CD-ROM and contains approximately 230,000 entries published from 1965 to 1995. This new tool is aimed by Droz at scholars working on the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance (1350-1650).

Session: 1324
Title: ARTHURIAN PERSPECTIVES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Anne Berthelot, Université du Connecticut à Paris
Paper 1324-a Invading the Castle, Violating the Virgin: The Collapse of Social Order in the Arthurian Literature of Geoffrey of Monmouth and Sir Thomas Malory (Language: English)
Susan E. Murray, Department of English, University of Memphis, Tennessee
Paper 1324-b The Wheel of Fortune in the Alliterative Morte Arthure (Language: English)
Szilvia Malaczkov, School of English and American Studies, Eötvos Lorànd University, Budapest
Paper 1324-c From 'kin' to 'künne': The Arthurian Family in the Literature of Medieval England and Germany (Language: English)
Marc P. Kaiser, Department of English, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 1325
Title: BODIES AND THE MAN: BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL APPROACHES TO CHAUCER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Rory McTurk, School of English, University of Leeds
Paper 1325-a What Can Bibliography Tell Us? The Physical Aspects of Caxton's Second Edition of the Canterbury Tales (Language: English)
Barbara Bordalejo, Canterbury Tales Project, De Montfort University, Leicester
Paper 1325-b The Genesis of the Chaucerian Apocrypha (Language: English)
Kathleen Forni, Loyola College, Baltimore
Paper 1325-c Getting a Life: Recent Constructions of Chaucer the Man (Language: English)
Geoffrey W. Gust, Department of English, University of York


WEDNESDAY 11 JULY 2001: 19.30 - 20.30

ANNUAL MEDIEVAL ACADEMY LECTURE
Session 1401
Title: THE EXPULSION OF THE JEWS FROM FRANCE: 1306 REVISITED - A KEYNOTE LECTURE
Speaker: William C. Jordan, Department of History, Princeton University, New Jersey
Introduction: Graham A. Loud, School of History, University of Leeds
The Medieval Academy of America is very pleased to begin sponsoring the Annual Medieval Academy Lecture at the International Medieval Congress. The goal is both to serve better the Academy's many members who reside outside North America and to invite others to join our international membership. All Congress participants are invited to Professor Jordan's lecture and to the celebratory reception following the lecture.

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. Please note that reserve ticket holders are not guaranteed a space in the 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.

Session: 1403
Title: SPOTLIGHT ON KIRKSTALL III - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: Terryl N. Kinder
Purpose: After two sessions of papers examining the context, archaeology, and architecture of Kirkstall Abbey and the problems the site poses for conservation and tourism today, followed by a detailed visit of the site, this round table discussion will begin with a paper on the impact of the surrounding landscape on the discovery, understanding and study of Kirkstall. All participants in the day's study session will participate in the discussion, each contributing from his or her own discipline and research on this important Yorkshire site. Discussion from the floor on similar sites across Europe is invited.
Steven Moorhouse will present the paper at the start of the discussion. His presentation is entitled 'The Landscape History of Kirkstall Abbey'.

Session: 1419
Title: SEMI-RELIGIOUS WOMEN IN THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT DURING THE LATER MIDDLE AGES II - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Sabrina Corbellini, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Moderator: Koen Goudriaan, Department of History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Purpose: This round table discussion will follow on from 'Semi-Religious Women in the Urban Environment during the Later Middle Ages I' (session number 919) in its comparative discussion of the rise of this late medieval phenomenon. Participants in this round table discussion include Anna Benvenuti (Università di Firenze), Sabrina Corbellini, Katherine Gill (Boston College, Chesnut Hill), Madelon van Luijk (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Els Matthys (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) and Gabriella Zarri (Università di Firenze).

Session: 1420
Title: PROBLEMS IN THE STUDY OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC TRANSMISSION - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Rebecca Maloy, University of Cincinnati, Ohio
Moderator: Leo Treitler, PhD Program in Music, Graduate Center, City University of New York
Purpose: This discussion is a forum focusing on problems of orality and literacy in the transmission of medieval music. Participants will address the issues from methodological, historical and analytical points of view. Participants include Sam Barrett (University of Cambridge), Susan Boynton (Columbia University, New York), Kate Dailinger (University of Cambridge), Emma C. Hornby (University of Oxford), Jeremy Llewellyn (Universität Basel) and Eyolf Østrem (Uppsala Universitet).

Session: 1421
Title: TRANSLATION AND ITS PLACE WITHIN MEDIEVAL STUDIES - A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Organiser: Philip Westbury Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Philip Westbury Cardew
Purpose: This session will discuss current attitudes to the use of translations within the teaching of medieval literature (with a particular focus on Old Icelandic material) and consider the role of the translation within the modern university syllabus. Participants include Martin Arnold (University of Hull), Annette Lassen (Københavns Universitet), John Kennedy (Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga), Carl Phelpstead (University of Wales, Cardiff) and Matthew Townend (University of York).


THURSDAY 12 JULY 2001: 09.00 - 10.30

Session: 1501
Title: MEDIEVAL TOWNS AND TEXTS
Sponsor: Department of English, University of Sydney
Organiser: Helen Fulton, Department of English, University of Sydney
Moderator: Geraint Evans, Centre for Celtic Studies, University of Sydney
Paper 1501-a The City in Medieval History (Language: English)
Helen Fulton
Paper 1501-b At Home with the York Mystery Plays (Language: English)
Margaret Rogerson, Department of English, University of Sydney
Paper 1501-c Medieval Thrillers and Urban Contexts (Language: English)
Geraldine Barnes, Department of English / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney

Session: 1502
Title: LOCATING THE FAMILIAR: COMMUNITY AND TERRITORY IN MEDIEVAL IRISH ART
Organisers: Karen Eileen Overbey, Department of Fine Arts, New York University, and Maggie McEnchroe Williams, Columbia University, New York
Moderator: Maggie McEnchroe Williams
Paper 1502-a Art and Artisans in Viking Age Dublin (Language: English)
Ruth Johnson, City Archaeology, Dublin Corporation
Paper 1502-b Familiarity's Brood: Cross-Cultural Formal Similarities in Medieval Ireland, England and France (Language: English)
Alison Langmead, Columbia University, New York
Paper 1502-c Making a Space for Devotion: Bodies, Saints and Reliquaries (Language: English)
Karen Eileen Overbey

Session: 1503
Title: CATHEDRAL AND CITY IN SOUTHERN EUROPE II: BISHOPS' PALACES IN SPAIN AND ITALY
Sponsor: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Organisers: Eduardo Carrero Santamaría, Área de Historia del Arte, Universidad de Oviedo, and Daniel Rico Camps, Department of Art, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
Moderator: Anna Orriols, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Paper 1503-a Le palais pontifical de Latran pendant l'époque carolingienne (Language: Français)
Fernando Galtier Martí, Universidad de Zaragoza
Paper 1503-b Reconstructing the Bishop's House: The Architectural Ensemble of the Bishops' Palace at Huesca (Language: English)
Eduardo Carrero Santamaría
NEW: Paper 1503-c The Cathedral Setting of Santiago in the Fourteenth Century: A Secular Interpretation of a Religious Building (Language: English)
José Suárez Otero, Catedral de Santiago

Session: 1504
Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF DAILY LIFE III: ASPECTS OF FEMALE SPACE
Sponsor: Central European University, Budapest
Organiser: Zara Pogossian, Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Roma
Moderator: Gerhard Jaritz, Institut für Realienkunde, Krems / Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1504-a Harlots in Holy Places: Reconstructing Female Space in Late Antiquity through Narratives of Religious Change (Language: English)
Cristian Gaspar, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario
Paper 1504-b Russian Healer-Witches and their Place in the Daily Life of Villages (Language: English)
Polina Melik-Simonian, Department of History, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1504-c WITHDRAWN

Session: 1505
Title: GOSCELIN AT WILTON
Organiser: Rebecca Hayward, Department of English, University of Auckland
Moderator: Jon M. B. Porter, Department of History, Franklin College, Indiana
Paper 1505-a The Cult of Edith at Wilton (Language: English)
Stephanie Hollis, Department of English, University of Auckland
Paper 1505-b From a Distance: Wilton and Goscelin's Ideal of Community (Language: English)
Irene van Rossum, Independent Scholar, Voorburg
Paper 1505-c Writing the Wilton Women: Goscelin's Representation of Female Spiritual Identity (Language: English)
Rebecca Hayward

Session: 1506
Title: IDEOLOGY OF CRUSADING AND THE JUST WAR
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Kurt Villads Jensen, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
Paper 1506-a The Tartar Relation as Propaganda: An Analysis of C. De Bridia's Overlooked Intentions (Language: English)
Noreen Giffney, University College, Dublin
Paper 1506-b Interpreting the Fall of Constantinople at the Court of Philippe le Bon (Language: English)
Rima Devereaux, St John's College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1506-c The Hundred Years War and Just War Doctrine (Language: English)
Jane Marie Pinzino, Department of Religion, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington

Session: 1507
Title: LOOKING FOR OUTSIDERS: INCLUDED AND EXCLUDED GROUPS IN MEDIEVAL CULTURE
Organiser: Victoria Thompson, Department of English, University of York
Moderator: Katherine J. Lewis, Department of History, University of Huddersfield
Paper 1507-a Not a Problem? The Question of Leprosy in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Victoria Thompson
Paper 1507-b Curing the Incurable: Voicing the Lepers in Medieval Narrative (Language: English)
Aleksandra Pfau, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Paper 1507-c 'This unhappy Sarrazen': The (Homo)Socialisation of Palomydes in Malory's Tristram Narrative (Language: English)
James Howarth, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Session: 1508
Title: CENTRES OF POWER AND SANCTITY: COLLEGIATE CHAPTERS IN LOTHARINGIA AND FLANDERS (10TH-13TH CENTURIES) I
Sponsor: Centre Luxembourgeois de Documentation et d'Études Médiévales (CLUDEM)
Organiser: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Katholieke Universiteit Brabant, Tilburg
Moderator: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld
Paper 1508-a Memoria and Representation of Power: Comital Collegiate Churches in Southern Lotharingia (10th-11th Centuries) (Language: English)
Michel Margue, Centre Universitaire de Luxembourg / Université Libre de Bruxelles
Paper 1508-b The Collegiate Church of St Peter's, Leuven and the Tombs of the Counts of Leuven, Later Dukes of Brabant (Language: English)
David Guilardian, Université Libre de Bruxelles / Archives CPAS Bruxelles
Paper 1508-c Around the See of St Martin: Minsters and Chapters in the Diocese of Utrecht (Language: English)
Kaj van Vliet, Utrechts Archief

Session: 1509
Title: SPIRITUAL LINEAGE AND INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE
Sponsor: Cambridge Colloquium in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
Organisers: Aaron J. Kleist, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge, and Hérold P. C. Pettiau, Girton College, University of Cambridge
Moderator: Christopher Abram, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge
Paper 1509-a '... et sibi illum in adoptiuum filium elegere uoluit': Clerics and Spiritual Kinship in Early Medieval Hagiography (Language: English)
Hérold P. C. Pettiau
Paper 1509-b 'Thought, Word and Deed': A Patristic Triad in Old English Poetry (Language: English)
Janie Steen, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge
Paper 1509-c Eastern Peoples in Latin Literature (c. 1100) (Language: English)
Katharine L. Scarfe Beckett, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge

Session: 1510
Title: RECONSTRUCTING THE MEDIEVAL ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE HUMAN MIND II: PETS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS
Sponsor: Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft
Organiser: Sieglinde Hartmann, Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main
Moderator: Sieglinde Hartmann
Paper 1510-a 'Cattus cum bona pelle ipse excoriabitur': Cat-Skinning in Medieval Art and Literature (Language: English)
Malcolm H. Jones, Department of English Language and Linguistics, University of Sheffield
Paper 1510-b Dogs as Messengers, Carriers of Text, Protectors and Drugs in Courtly Life and Literature (Language: English)
Albrecht Classen, Department of German, University of Arizona, Tucson
NEW: Paper 1510-c Domestic Donkey: The Dummy of Medieval Society?(Language: English)
Helmut Brall, Department of German, Universität Düsseldorf

Session: 1511
Title: GAMES AND RITUALS IN FAMILY LIFE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Linda Rouillard, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana
NEW: Paper 1511-a Chess as a Family Game in French Medieval Literature
Laura Kuzmenko, Department of French, University of Toronto

Paper 1511-b 'Boires et mengers, danses, joustes et autres joieusetez': L'importance sociale et politique des fêtes nuptiales de l'aristocratie française à la fin du moyen-âge (Language: Français)
Geneviève Ribordy, Université Laval, Québec City, Québec
Paper 1511-c Religious and Secular Family Values in Medieval India (Language: English)
Nadezhda Korabelnik, State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow

Session: 1512
Title: SIGNIFICANT RELATIONS: REDEFINING KINSHIP IN LATE MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Canterbury Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent
Organiser: Andrew F. Butcher, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Moderator: Sheila Sweetinburgh, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 1512-a Defining Kinship in Late Medieval England (Language: English)
Andrew F. Butcher
Paper 1512-b What Does Godparentage Do? (Language: English)
Lynne Bowdon, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper 1512-c Kinship and the Transmission of Piety (Language: English)
Robert G.A. Lutton, Centre for Medieval and Tudor Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury
To receive advance discussion materials about this session please contact A.F.Butcher@ukc.ac.uk

Session: 1513
Title: GENEALOGY AND POWER
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Heather J. Tanner, Department of History, Lake Forest College, Illinois
Paper 1513-a Exemplum, Providence and the Literary Legitimation of Castile's House of Trastámara (Language: English)
Michael Agnew, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Columbia University, New York
Paper 1513-b WITHDRAWN
Paper 1513-c Sovereign Genealogies and their Political Function in Medieval Bohemia (Language: English)
Marie Bláhová, Department of the Auxiliary Sciences of History, Univerzity Karlovy, Praha

Session: 1514
Title: SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN LATE-MEDIEVAL TOWNS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Dick E. H. de Boer, Department of Medieval History, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1514-a The Repression of Deviant Sexual Behaviour in Late Medieval Gent (Language: English)
Mariann Naessens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Campus Kortrijk
Paper 1514-b The Interaction between the Town Magistrate and the Local Church in the Netherlands between 1370 and 1560: A Case Study of Oudenaarde (Language: English)
Els Matthys, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Campus Kortrijk
Paper 1514-c From Industrial Mastodon to Regional Town: The Evolution of Ypres' Population Figure and Economy (Language: English)
Pieter Boussemaere, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Campus Kortrijk

Session: 1515
Title: CHARTERS, LANDSCAPES AND LAND UNITS IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND: NEW APPROACHES
Sponsors: School of Social Studies, University College, Northampton and Locality and Region Seminar, Institute of Historical Research
Organiser: Charles Insley, Victoria County History Northamptonshire / University College, Northampton
Moderator: Charles Insley
Paper 1515-a Archaeology and Anglo-Saxon Charters (Language: English)
Andrew John Reynolds, Department of Archaeology, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 1515-b Defining Church Estates in Early Medieval South-West England (Language: English)
Sam Turner, Department of Archaeology, University of York
Paper 1515-c The Formations and Fossilisation of Medieval Boundaries: A Case Study (Language: English)
Duncan Probert, Department of Medieval History, University of Birmingham

Session: 1516
Title: BEYOND REX INUTILIS: RE-ASSESSING CAROLINGIAN ATTITUDES TO THE MEROVINGIAN PAST
Organiser: Paul S. Barnwell, English Heritage, York
Moderator: Mayke de Jong, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1516-a The Gesta Dagoberti I Regis Francorum: Writing Merovingian Royal Biography at Carolingian Saint-Denis (Language: English)
Paul J. Kershaw, Department of History, University College, University of London
Paper 1516-b Einhard, Childeric III and Louis the Pious (Language: English)
Paul S. Barnwell
Paper 1516-c 'Kings of Old': Remembering the Merovingians and Legitimating the Carolingians (Language: English)
Matthew J. Innes, Department of History, Birkbeck College, University of London

Session: 1517
Title: FRIENDSHIP, COURTLY LOVE AND ORDERED LOVE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Margaret Jackson, Department of History, Chester College of Higher Education
Paper 1517-a La amistad según Aurelio Agunstin (Language: Español)
Josefa Rojo, Universidad de las Americas-Puebla
Paper 1517-b The Oriental Sources of Courtly Love (Language: English)
Abdulla al-Dabbagh, Department of English, United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain
Paper 1517-c The Ideal of Ordered Love in Monastic Devotion (Language: English)
John A. H. Lewis, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds

Session: 1518
Title: CISTERCIANS AS NEIGHBOURS
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's
Paper 1518-a Competition and Co-existence: Cistercians and Premonstratensians in Medieval Frisia (Language: English)
Johannes A. Mol, Department of History, Fryske Akademy, Leeuwarden
Paper 1518-b Entangled in the Web: Rievaulx Abbey and its Lay Neighbours in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Language: English)
Emilia M. Jamroziak, School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 1518-c Gripes and Grudges: St. Jacobi of Halberstadt's Trouble with the Neighbours (Language: English)
Cornelia Oefelein, Freie Universität Berlin

Session: 1519
Title: PIETY AND THE FAMILY IN EAST ANGLIA AND BEYOND I
Organiser: Sarah Salih, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Moderator: John H. Arnold, School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich
NEW: Paper 1519-a The In-Laws: Brass and Glass in East Anglia and Yorkshire (Language: English)
Judith Middleton-Stewart, Centre of East Anglian Studies, University of East Anglia

Paper 1519-b Our Father: Domestic Piety in the N-Town Play (Language: English)
Penny Granger, Department of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 1519-c St Anne: The Incarnation of the Matrilineal Line (Language: English)
Carole Hill, School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Session: 1520
Title: THEOLOGY, LITURGY AND MUSIC IN THE MIDDLE AGES
Sponsor: Centre for Christianity and the Arts, Københavns Universitet
Organiser: Nils Holger Petersen, Københavns Universitet / Universitetet i Trondheim
Moderator: Nicolas Bell, Music Collections, The British Library, London
Paper 1520-a The Theology of Epiphany and its Liturgical Celebration in the Reichenau Tropes of Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek lit. 5 (Language: English)
Andreas Bücker, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1520-b The Musical Repertory of British Library MS Egerton 945 (Language: English)
Nicolas Bell
Paper 1520-c Theology and the Medieval Practices of Latin Music Drama (Language: English)
Nils Holger Petersen

Session: 1521
Title: SAGA AND HISTORY
Organiser: Philip Westbury Cardew, School of Cultural Studies, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Richard North, Department of English, University College, University of London
Paper 1521-a Descriptions of Warfare in Sturlunga Saga (Language: English)
Helen Carron, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
NEW: Paper 1521-b The Symbolical Significance of the Brisingamen Jewel in the 12th-Century Islandic Sorla Thattr (Language: English)
Vibeke Olsen, Faculty of European Archaeology, University of Groningen and University of Amsterdam

Paper 1521-c The Telling of History: Approaching the Kings' Sagas as Narrative (Language: English)
Trine Buhl, Aarhus Universitet

Session: 1522
Title: THE CANTERBURY TALES PROJECT'S RESEARCH
Sponsor: Canterbury Tales Project
Organiser: Barbara Bordalejo, Canterbury Tales Project, De Montfort University, Leicester
Moderator: Barbara Bordalejo
Paper 1522-a How the Canterbury Tales Project is Taking Us Places We Never Expected to Go (Language: English)
Peter Robinson, Centre for Technology and the Arts, De Montfort University, Leicester
Paper 1522-b The Hengwrt Chaucer (Language: English)
Estelle Stubbs, Canterbury Tales Project, University of Sheffield
Paper 1522-c Did Adam Deserve the Scalle? (Language: English)
Jacob Thaisen, Centre for Technology and the Arts, De Montfort University, Leicester

Session: 1523
Title: LIBRARY HISTORY
Sponsor: APICES
Organiser: Marc Smith, Ecole Nationale des Chartes, Paris
Moderator: Marc Smith
Paper 1523-a Medieval Monastic Libraries in Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
David Ganz, Department of Classics, King's College, University of London

Paper 1523-b Reconstructing Medieval Libraries in the Region of Tübingen (Language: English)
Mark Mersiowsky, Universität Tübingen
Paper 1523-c Recent Progress on the Medieval Booklists of Belgium (Language: English)
Benjamin Victor, Centre for Classical Studies, Université de Montréal, Québec

Session: 1524
Title: ATYPICAL MERLINS
Sponsor: Société des Amis de Merlin (Centre for Medieval Studies, Universiteit van Amsterdam)
Organisers: Anne Berthelot, Université du Connecticut à Paris, and Marijke de Visser-van Terwisga, Department of French, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Moderator: Anne Berthelot
Paper 1524-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1524-b Shadow of Merlin: Notes on the Atre Périlleux and the Suite du Merlin (Language: English)
Maire-Lise Charue, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Evansville, Indiana
Paper 1524-c Saint Merlin: The Rheinische Merlin and its Hagiographic Tendencies (Language: English)
Anne Berthelot


THURSDAY 12 JULY 2001: 11.15 - 12.45

Session: 1601
Title: BEASTS, BUILDINGS, BOUNDARIES: ANGLO-SAXON ILLUSTRATION
Sponsor: Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies
Organiser: Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Moderator: Christina Lee, Department of English and American Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1601-a What's in a Mane: Lions in Anglo-Saxon Art (Language: English)
Karen O'Rourke, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, University of Manchester
Paper 1601-b Temporary Suspension, both Ideal and Real: The Scatalogical Images in the Borders of the Bayeux Tapestry (Language: English)
Susan Perry, DeVry Institute of Technology, Irving, Texas
Paper 1601-c Maps and Marvels: Illustration Strategies in London, BL MS Cotton Tiberius B v. (Language: English)
Cordelia Wittiger, Department of English, Universität Dresden

Session: 1602
Title: ANTIFEMINIST DISCOURSES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Cordula Nolte, Department of History, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald
Paper 1602-a Adam and Eve? Narrator, Narrative and Women in William Dunbar's The Tretis of the Twa Mariit Wemen and the Wedo (Language: English)
Catherine Costello
Paper 1602-b 'Femina raro bona' - Men About Women: Between Respect and Dismay (Language: English)
Edward Skibinski, Department of History, Uniwersytet im. Adam Mickiewicz, Poznan

Session: 1603
Title: CATHEDRAL AND CITY IN SOUTHERN EUROPE III: IMAGE, ARCHITECTURE AND SOCIAL CONTEXT OF CATHEDRAL HOSPITALS
Sponsor: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Organisers: Eduardo Carrero Santamaría, Área de Historia del Arte, Universidad de Oviedo, and Daniel Rico Camps, Department of Art, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
Moderator: Anna Orriols, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Paper 1603-a La transformation de la périphérie de la cité de Rome: L'accueil des pèlerins pendant l'haut Moyen Age (Language: Français)
Lourdes Diego Barrado, Université de Paris I
Paper 1603-b 'Pia Almoina': A Long-Lived Charitable Institution (Language: English)
Daniel Rico Camps
Paper 1603-c Iconography and Architectural Meaning: Wall-Paintings inside Cathedral Charity Refectories in the Kingdom of Aragón (Language: English)
Gloria Fernández Somoza, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona

Session: 1604
Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF DAILY LIFE IV: THE LOWER CLASSES OF SOCIETY
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 1604-a WITHDRAWN
Paper 1604-b Representations of Daily Life in 13th-Century Styrian Bauernpredigten (Language: English)
Elena Lemeneva, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
Paper 1604-c Constructions of Late Medieval 'Poverty' (Language: English)
Gerhard Jaritz

Session: 1605
Title: TEXTS AND SUBTEXTS: DISSEMINATING THE ANCHORITIC IDEAL IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Mari Hughes-Edwards, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Paper 1605-a 'Sperred querfaste withinne fowr wahes': Enclosure as Crucifixion in Ancrene Wisse and The Wooing of Our Lord (Language: English)
Catherine Innes-Parker, Department of English, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown
Paper 1605-b 'of ancre to husewif of halle': Conceptualising the Anchoritic Household (Language: English)
Mari Hughes-Edwards
Paper 1605-c Editing Ancrene Wisse (Language: English)
Bella Millett, Wessex Medieval Centre, University of Southampton

Session: 1606
Title: REPRESENTING CRUSADERS: IMAGES OF WESTERNERS OVERSEAS
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol
Organiser: James Ruel, Department of Historical Studies, University of Bristol
Moderator: Paul Richard Dryburgh, Department of Historical Studies, University of Bristol
Paper 1606-a Hero and Villain: James of Avesnes - A Reputation in Flux (Language: English)
James Ruel
Paper 1606-b Women and Nobility in the Narrative Sources of the Crusades (Language: English)
Natasha Hodgson, Department of History, University of Hull
Paper 1606-c Frederick II: Tyrant or Benefactor of the Latin East? (Language: English)
Linda Ross, Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London

Session: 1607
Title: ARTHUR/ARTUS IN DER LITERATUR NACH 1500
Sponsor: Universität Salzburg
Organisers: Siegrid Schmidt, Department of German, Universität Salzburg, and Margarete Springeth, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Moderator: Ulrich Müller, Department of German, Universität Salzburg
Paper 1607-a Karl Immermanns Merlin (Language: Deutsch)
Jürgen Kühnel, Universität Siegen
Paper 1607-b Le Merlin d'Albeniz (Language: Deutsch)
Danielle Buschinger, Université de Picardie Jules Verne
Paper 1607-c Das Merlin - Drama von Tankred Dorst/Ursula Ehler: Vom Ende der Geschichte? (Language: Deutsch)
Ulrich Müller, Department of German, Universität Salzburg

Session: 1608
Title: CENTRES OF POWER AND SANCTITY: COLLEGIATE CHAPTERS IN LOTHARINGIA AND FLANDERS (10TH-13TH CENTURIES) II
Sponsor: Centre Luxembourgeois de Documentation et d'Études Médiévales (CLUDEM)
Organiser: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Katholieke Universiteit Brabant, Tilburg
Moderator: Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, Department of History, Universiteit Utrecht
Paper 1608-a Devolution of Power and the Foundation of Collegiate Churches in 10th- and 11th-Century Flanders (Language: English)
Brigitte Meijns, Department of History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Paper 1608-b In the Wake of Kings and Bishops: Comital and Seigneurial Collegiate Churches in the Diocese of Liège (Language: English)
Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld
Paper 1608-c 'Pro stabilitate regni' and 'fidelitate imperatoris': Collegiate Churches in Lotharingia around the Year 1000 (Language: English)
Elizabeth den Hartog, Department of Art History, Universiteit Leiden
Paper 1608-d Creating a Saint: The Chapter of Alem, Northern Brabant, and the Legend of St Odrada (Language: English)
Annemarie Speetjens, Universiteit Utrecht

Session: 1609
Title: FAMILIES AND ITALIAN UNIVERSITIES FROM THE 14TH TO THE 16TH CENTURY
Organiser: Robert D. Black, School of History, University of Leeds
Moderator: Robert D. Black
Paper 1609-a Dynasties of Professors at the Studium of Bologna (15th and 16th Centuries) (Language: English)
Anuschka de Coster, Department of Medieval History, Universiteit Gent
Paper 1609-b Foreign Students at the Studium of Padua: Family Traditions and Networks of Support in the 15th and 16th Centuries (Language: English)
Jonathan Woolfson, University College, Chichester
Paper 1609-c Families and the University of Florence (Language: English)
Jonathan Davies, Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick

Session: 1610
Title: FAMILIAL ANIMALS
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Malcolm H. Jones, Department of English Language and Linguistics, University of Sheffield
Paper 1610-a Hounds in the Household: Images and Facts of Wolfhounds during the Middle Ages (Language: English)
Julie Pridmore, University of South Africa, Pretoria / Unisa Medieval Association
Paper 1610-b Agents of the Devil: Cats as Pets in the Templar Rule (Language: English)
Paula Stiles, University of St Andrews
Paper 1610-c Uncommon Ground: Depictions of Animals on Byzantine Material Culture (Language: English)
Anne McClanan, Department of Art, Portland State University, Oregon

Session: 1611
Title: ASPECTS OF CHILDHOOD IN THE CELTIC WORLD
Sponsor: Four Courts Press, Dublin
Organiser: Mâire Herbert, Department of Early Medieval Irish, University College, Cork
Moderator: Thomas Charles-Edwards, Department of Modern History, University of Oxford
Paper 1611-a Twins, Hermaphrodites and Bastards: Childhood and Paternity in Medieval Wales (Language: English)
Bronagh Ní Chonaill, Trinity College, Dublin
Paper 1611-b The Literary Depiction of Fosterage in Medieval Irish Narratives (Language: English)
Sheila Boll, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1611-c Sport and Games: The Early Irish Evidence (Language: English)
Angela Gleason, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies

Session: 1612
Title: STRUCTURING HOUSEHOLDS, STRENGTHENING FAMILIES: ENGLAND (1185-1500)
Organiser: Kristen M. Burkholder, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Moderator: Dorthea Sartain, King's College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1612-a Making Families: Manners and the Marriage Market (Language: English)
Anna Dronzek, University of Minnesota, Morris
Paper 1612-b Goods and Chattels: Bequest Strategies for Strengthening Family Ties (Language: English)
Kristen M. Burkholder
Paper 1612-c Doing her Fair Share: 12th-Century Knightly Widows (Language: English)
Amy Brown Amelio, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Session: 1613
Title: POETS, KINGS AND COMMUNITY IN OLDER SCOTS LITERATURE (C. 1424-C. 1513)
Sponsor: Faculty of English, University of Oxford
Organiser: Joanna Martin, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Moderator: Rosemary Appleton, St Cross College, University of Oxford
Paper 1613-a James I of Scotland: The Public Subject of The Kingis Quair (Language: English)
Sarah Couper, St Hilda's College, University of Oxford
Paper 1613-b Personal and Royal Reform in King Hart and Bellenden's Proheme of the Cosmographe (Language: English)
Joanna Martin
Paper 1613-c Negotiating Centres: Exile and Exclusion in the Palis of Honoure (Language: English)
Thomas Rutledge, Magdalen College, University of Oxford

Session: 1614
Title: COURT AND TOWN IN THE ERA OF THE DUKES OF BURGUNDY
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow and Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Organiser: Tony Goodman, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Moderator: Tony Goodman
Paper 1614-a Dynastic and Urban Symbolism: The Receptions of Henry V in London (1415) and Charles V in Brussels (1516) (Language: English)
Anna Jane Harris, School of European Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1614-b Cecily Neville and Margaret of York: Dynastic Piety and Urban Culture (Language: English)
Harry Schnitker, Department of History, University of Edinburgh
Paper 1614-c Reflections of Courtly and Urban Society in Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles (Language: English)
Edgar De Blieck, Department of History, University of Glasgow
Respondent: Tony Goodman

Session: 1615
Title: AUTHORITY AND LANDSCAPE IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Organiser: Ryan Lavelle, Department of History, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Moderator: Andrew John Reynolds, Department of Archaeology, King Alfred's College, Winchester
Paper 1615-a The Generation Game: Landed Politics and the Royal Family in Late Anglo-Saxon Wessex (Language: English)
Ryan Lavelle
Paper 1615-b Power and Place: Assembly and Landscape in Late Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
Aliki Pantos, St Hugh's College, University of Oxford
Paper 1615-c Wansdyke and the Frontiers of West Saxon Power (Language: English)
Alex Langlands, Institute of Archaeology, University College, University of London

Session: 1616
Title: PROSOPOGRAPHIES FOR BYZANTIUM AND ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
Sponsor: Humanities Research Centres, King's College, University of London
Organiser: Janet L. Nelson, Department of History, King's College, University of London
Moderator: Simon D. Keynes, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Paper 1616-a Medieval Prosopographies Past, Passing and to Come (Language: English)
Joel T. Rosenthal, Department of History, State University of New York, Stony Brook
Paper 1616-b Byzantine Prosopography (Language: English)
Dion Smythe, Department of Byzantine Studies, King's College, University of London
Paper 1616-c The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (Language: English)
David Pelteret, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College, University of London and Francesca Tinti, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge

Session: 1617
Title: 'EROTIC' THEOLOGY: POETICS AND METAPHYSICS IN VERNACULAR MYSTICISM
Sponsor: University of Bristol
Organiser: Rebecca A. Stephens, University of Bristol
Moderator: Ronald Haynes, Departments of Philosophy and Theology, University of Bristol
Paper 1617-a 'At leisure for love': Amorous Rhetoric in the Helfta Mystics (Language: English)
Rebecca A. Stephens
NEW: Paper 1617-b The Revelations of Julian of Norwich: A Dialogue with Elaine Scarry (Language: English)
Kevin J. Magill, Departmetn of Philosophy and Theology, University of Bristol

Paper 1617-c 'Amada en el amado transformada': The Theology of Love in John of the Cross's Poetry (Language: English)
Edward William Howells, Heythrop College, University of London

Session: 1618
Title: CISTERCIAN RELATIONSHIPS, HUMAN AND DIVINE
Sponsor: Cîteaux: commentarii cisterciences
Organiser: Terryl N. Kinder, Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, Pontigny
Moderator: David N. Bell, Department of Religious Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's
Paper 1618-a Cistercian Representations of the Compassion of Mary: Reading the Quis dabit (Language: English)
William Marx, Department of English, University of Wales, Lampeter
Paper 1618-b Images of Friendship in Ælred of Rievaulx (Language: English)
Domenico Pezzini, Department of Psychology and Cultural Anthropology, Università di Verona
Paper 1618-c Isolation and Community: The Function of Suffering in the Life of Alice of Schaerbeek (Language: English)
Shawn Madison Krahmer, St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia

Session: 1619
Title: PIETY AND THE FAMILY IN EAST ANGLIA AND BEYOND II
Organiser: Sarah Salih, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Moderator: Sarah Salih
Paper 1619-a A Word from our Sponsor: Advertising the Patron in the Medieval Hospital (Language: English)
Carole Rawcliffe, School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 1619-b Dressing for Dinner: Domestic Displays and Dynastic Ambition in Late Medieval Europe (Language: English)
Veronica Anne Sekules, School of World Art and Museology, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Paper 1619-c Individual and Icon: Saintly Hierarchies and their Publics (Language: English)
John Mitchell, School of World Art and Museology, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Session: 1621
Title: HISTORICAL WRITING IN ICELANDIC STUDIES
Sponsor: The Viking Society for Northern Research
Organiser: Alison Finlay, Department of English, Birkbeck College, University of London
Moderator: Judith Jesch, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, University of Nottingham
Paper 1621-a The Crooked-Nosed Coward of Jómsborg: Jarl Sigvaldi in Jómsvikinga Saga and the Kings Sagas (Language: English)
Alison Finlay
Paper 1621-b Meeting in Norway: The Hebrides and Man (1080-1280) (Language: English)
Rosemary Power
Paper 1621-c A Neat Irony in Hákonar saga gamla: 'Cardinal William said it was unfair that Iceland did not serve a king like all other lands' (Language: English)
David Ashurst, Birkbeck College, University of London

Session: 1622
Title: USING THE CANTERBURY TALES PROJECT FOR TEACHING AND RESEARCH
Sponsor: Canterbury Tales Project
Organiser: Barbara Bordalejo, Canterbury Tales Project, De Montfort University, Leicester
Moderator: Peter Robinson, Centre for Technology and the Arts, De Montfort University, Leicester
Paper 1622-a Computing Boundaries: Software, Sheepskin and the Textual Tradition of the Canterbury Tales (Language: English)
Nicole Green, Keble College, University of Oxford
Paper 1622-b Phylogenetic Analysis of Manuscript Relations: The Order of the Canterbury Tales (Language: English)
Matthew Spencer, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge
Paper 1622-c Teaching the Paleography of Middle English Texts with Canterbury Tales Project Tools (Language: English)
Paul R. Thomas, Department of English, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

Session: 1623
Title: THE LIBRARIES OF THE MEDIEVAL ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES
Sponsor: Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues
Organiser: James G. Clark, Brasenose College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Richard Sharpe, Faculty of Modern History, University of Oxford
Paper 1623-a The Character and Formation of the Cambridge College Libraries (Language: English)
Peter D. Clarke, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Paper 1623-b Books and Book-Collections in Pre-Reformation Oxford (Language: English)
James G. Clark
Paper 1623-c The Friars' Libraries at Oxford and Cambridge (Language: English)
James Willoughby, St Peter's College, University of Oxford

Session: 1624
Title: LINEAGE, CHIVALRY AND GENDER: FACTS AND FICTIONS FROM SCANDINAVIA, PICARDY AND BURGUNDY
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Brian J. Levy, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Hull
Paper 1624-a L'esprit de lignage dans quelques oeuvres à caractère historique au XIIIe siècle: Domaine européen et domaine scandinave (Language: Français)
Liliane Reynard, Université de Paris - Sorbonne
Paper 1624-b Silence and her Sisters: Representations of Ruling Countesses and Female Heirs in the Roman de Silence and the Northern French Chronicles (Language: English)
Heather J. Tanner, Department of History, Lake Forest College, Illinois
Paper 1624-c Victimized Sisters, Murderous Brothers: Dysfunctional Families in the Erec Tradition (Language: English)
Linda Rouillard, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana