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Call for Papers: Medieval Academy 2011

UPDATED: The annual meeting of the Medieval Academy of America will be held jointly with that of MAP (the Medieval Association of the Pacific) at the Chaparral Suites Hotel (http://chaparralsuites.com/) in Scottsdale, Arizona, 14-16 April 2011. It will be hosted by ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies) at Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe. […]

Call for Papers: Kalamazoo 2011

The CFP for the International Congress next year at Kalamazoo has now been officially published. The Lollard Society has several panels we hope to fill–please send in proposals for one of the three sessions we have on offer.

Lollard Society sessions at Kalamazoo

We look forward to seeing you at Kalamazoo! All of our sessions this year are on Friday, May 14th: Session 202: England and International (Organizer: Fiona Somerset; Presider: Robert Swanson) Kevin Alban, “Orthodox Reform in Early Fifteenth-Century Europe: England and the Continent” Stephen Lahey, “Wyclif, Wycliffism, and the Hussites: Sorting out the Problem of ‘Influence’” […]

Conference: Form and Function in the Late Medieval Bible

The Center for the History of the Book at the University of Edinburgh will be sponsoring a conference this summer on 12-14 July, 2010. According to the announcement, the conference “will bring together experts in medieval liturgy and sermons, art, religion and manuscripts, to examine the material culture of the Late Medieval Bible and its […]

Conference Announcements

First: the Kalamazoo program is now up and available. Sessions sponsored by the Lollard Society are being held on Friday again this year; please come by! Second: the program and registration information for the New Chaucer Society conference at Siena is also now up. If you want to go, you’ll need to register and make […]

Leeds IMC, Summer 2009

We are sponsoring two session at Leeds this summer, both of which have a link to explain their contents: Session 818, “John Wycliffe and the Intellectual History of Late Medieval England,” will be held at 4:30 on July 14th. Session 1321, “Three Phases of the Wycliffite Controversies,” will be at the same time on the 15th. If you […]