Kalamazoo Sessions You Won’t Want to Miss!

The Kalamazoo schedule has been posted!

Kisha’s Sessions:

Session 8 (Valley II 205) – Thursday, 10AM – What We Have Here Is a Failure to Confess: Impediments to Confession in Medieval Literature (Organizer and Presenter)

Session 356 (Fetzer 1005) – Saturday, 10AM – After Chaucer (Presider)

John’s Sessions:

Session 49 (Bernhard 212) – Thursday, 10AM – Queering the Cougar – “‘. . . That Love Werc’: Dame Siriþ, Cougar for Hire” (Presenter)

Session 55 (Valley II 202) – Thursday, 1:30PM – The Future of Medieval Disability Studies: Where Do We Go from Here? (A Roundtable)

 

Other FOMM (Friends of MassMedieval) Sessions (in no particular order)
***If I have missed anyone, please don’t be offended. I simply did a quick search. Post your session in the comments below. Same goes if there are any errors to be corrected.

  • Andrew Pfrenger

Session 218 (Schneider 136) – Friday, 10AM – Insular Perspectives I: Anglo-Saxon Elements in Medieval Literature – “Anglo-Saxon Saints in the South English Legendary” (Presenter)

  • Wendy Marie Hoofnagle

Session 46 (Bernhard 20) – Thursday, 10AM – Computer-Assisted Analysis of Medieval Texts (A Workshop)

Session 287 (Valley III Stinson Lounge) – Friday, 3:30PM – Honoring Foremothers in Medieval Feminist Publishing: University of Pennsylvania’s Jerry Singerman and Ruth M. Karras II: Today’s Issues in Feminist Publishing (A Roundtable)

  • Christine Cooper-Rompato

Session 318 (Schneider 124) – Friday, 3:30PM – Medieval Religious Cultures: Key Questions and Directions for Future Research – Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures (JMRC) (Organizer and Presider)

Session 452 (Bernhard 15) – Saturday, 3:30PM – Creating a Medieval Studies Program (A Roundtable)

Session 494 (Schneider 1265) – Saturday, 3:30PM – Medieval Sermon Studies III: Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic: Composition and Sources in Late Medieval Preaching – “The Two-Fold Circle of Life and Death: Numeracy in Sermons in Late Medieval England” (Presenter)

  • Carolyn Coulson-Grigsby

Session 49 (Bernhard 212) – Thursday, 10AM – Queering the Cougar “‘That Serpent Is HOT!’: Performing the Same-Sex Seduction of Eve” (Presenter)

Session 153 (Valley I 10) – Thursday, 7:30PM – A Readers’ Theater Performance of Mankind (A Performance and Roundtable  Discussion)

  • Anne Berthelot

Session 493 (Schneider 125) – Saturday, 3:30PM – Merlin, God, and the Devil  – “‘Merlin l’anemis’ in La suite du Merlin” (Organizer and Presenter)

  • Joshua R. Eyler

Session 55 (Valley II 202) – Thursday, 1:30PM – The Future of Medieval Disability Studies: Where Do We Go from Here? (A Roundtable) (Organizer and Presider)

Session 133 (Schneider 127) – Thursday, 3:30PM – Gender, Sexuality, and Disability (Organizer and Presider)

Session 154 (Fetzer 1005) – Thursday, 7:30PM – Burn after Reading: Miniature Manifestos for a Post/medieval Studies (A Roundtable)

  • Joanna A. Huckins MacGugan

Session 384 (Schneider 134) – Saturday, 10AM – Landscape and Culture in Medieval Britain I: Spaces and Buildings – “‘Eald is þes eorðsele’: The Ancestral Landscape of The Wife’s Lament” (Presenter)

Session 507 (Schneider 234) – Saturday, 3:30PM – Medieval Cultures of Death: Historical, Literary, and Material Perspectives II (Co-organizer and Presider)

  • Laura Saetveit Miles

Session 225 (Bernhard 15) – Friday, 10AM – Monastic Vernacularities (Organizer and Presider)

  • Jeanette S. Zissell

Session 295 (Valley I 10) – Friday, 3:30PM – Static and Shifting Landscapes in Medieval Literature, Art, and Thought – “‘Swat yðum weoll’: Blood and Water Imagery in Beowulf” (Presenter)

Session 448 (Schneider 2345) – Saturday, 1:30PM – Medieval Cultures of Death: Historical, Literary, and Material Perspectives I (Organizer and Presider)

Session 507 (Schneider 234) – Saturday, 3:30PM – Medieval Cultures of Death: Historical, Literary, and Material Perspectives II (Co-organizer)

  • Cameron Hunt McNabb

Session 49 (Bernhard 212) – Thursday, 10AM – Queering the Cougar (Organizer and Presider)

Session 304 (Fetzer 201) – Friday, 3:30PM – Parody, Farce, and Authority in Early Drama – “Hocus Pocus and the Croxton Play of the Sacrament” (Organizer and Presenter)

  • Frank Napolitano

Session 8 (Valley II 205) – Thursday, 10AM – What We Have Here Is a Failure to Confess: Impediments to Confession in Medieval Literature (Presider)

Session 62 (Valley I 101) – Thursday, 1:30PM – Medieval Drama – “Hybridized Grief in the N-Town ‘Betrayal’” (Presenter)

Session 304 (Fetzer 201) – Friday, 3:30PM – Parody, Farce, and Authority in Early Drama (Presider)

  • M. Wendy Hennequin

Session 442 (Schneider 133) – Saturday, 1:30PM – Technical Communication in the Middle Ages (Organizer and Presider)

  • Patricia Taylor

Session 15 (Valley I 10) – Thursday, 10AM – Topics in Early Modern English Literature – “Typology and the Imitation of Christ in Sidney’s Defense of Poesy” (Presenter)

  • Kathleen Tonry

Session 19 (Valley I 11) – Thursday, 10AM – Aura – “The Personality of Production” (Presenter)

  • Leah Schwebel

Session 267 (Schneider 132) – Friday, 1:30PM – Dante V: Interpretive Problems in Dante’s Inferno – “‘Simile Lordura,’ Altra Bolgia: Usurpation through Conflation in Inferno 26” (Presenter)

  • Robert Hasenfratz

Session 318 (Schneider 124) – Friday, 3:30PM – Medieval Religious Cultures: Key Questions and Directions for Future Research – “Key Questions about Spatial Theory in Medieval Studies” (Presenter)

  • Lindy Brady

Session 384 (Schneider 134) – Saturday, 10AM – Landscape and Culture in Medieval Britain I: Spaces and Buildings – “Spatial Paradox and the Ambiguity of Guthlac A” (Presenter)

  • Pamela Longo

Session 507 (Schneider 234) – Saturday, 3:30PM – Medieval Cultures of Death: Historical, Literary, and Material Perspectives II – “Whan we ben dede and elleswhere: Writing for Posterity in Late Medieval London” (Presenter)

  • Brandon Hawk

Session 539 (Schneider 124) – Sunday, 8:30AM – Sources of Anglo-Saxon Culture I – “The Fifteen Signs before Judgment in Anglo-Saxon England: A Reassessment” (Presenter)

  • Jeremy DeAngelo

Session 546 (Bernhard Brown & Gold Room) – Sunday, 8:30AM – The Basics of Medieval Ireland (A Roundtable) – “Directions for the Journey: Proper Conduct in the Immrama” (Presenter)

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