Friends of MassMedieval at Kalamazoo 2013

The Kalamazoo schedule has been posted!

MassMedieval’s Session:

Session 382 (Schneider 1160) – Saturday, 10AM – Blogging the Medieval(ist) World (A Roundtable)

Organizer:  Kisha Tracy

Presider: John Sexton

A roundtable discussion with Peter Konieczny, Medievalists.net; Meg Roland, Marylhurst Univ.; Jenny Adams, Univ. of Massachusetts–Amherst; Elizabeth Anderson, Univ. of Chicago/Roosevelt Univ.; and Kisha.

Kisha’s Sessions:

Session 201 (Fetzer 1045) – Friday, 10AM – Post Death / After Life on the Medieval and Early Modern Stage: Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society (Presider)

Session 417 (Valley II LeFevre Lounge) – Saturday, 1:30PM – Incorporating Medieval Disability Studies into the Classroom (A Roundtable): Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages (Panelist)

John’s Sessions:

Session 207 (Schneider 1120) – Friday, 10AM – Saga Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom: Finding a Place for the Sagas at Two- and Four-Year Colleges and Universities (A Roundtable) (Panelist)

Session 417 (Valley II LeFevre Lounge) – Saturday, 1:30PM – Incorporating Medieval Disability Studies into the Classroom (A Roundtable): Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages (Panelist)

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 207 (Schneider 1120) – Friday, 10AM – Saga Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom: Finding a Place for the Sagas at Two- and Four-Year Colleges and Universities (A Roundtable) (Organizer and Presider)

  • C. David Benson

Session 89 (Schneider 2355) – Thursday, 1:30PM – John Lydgate and Literary History – “Lydgate’s Lucretias” (Presenter)

  • Joshua R. Eyler

Session 417 (Valley II LeFevre Lounge) – Saturday, 1:30PM – Incorporating Medieval Disability Studies into the Classroom (A Roundtable): Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages (Organizer and Presider)

Session 555 (Valley II 203) – Sunday, 10:30AM – Queering Medieval Disability: Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages (Organizer and Presider)

  • Wendy Marie Hoofnagle

Session 326 (Schneider 1235) – Friday, 3:30PM – Medieval Social Networking (Organizer and Presider)

Session 562 (Fetzer 2020) – Saturday, 10:30AM – Innovative Assignments from the Romance Epic Classroom (A Roundtable) (Panelist)

  • Christine Cooper-Rompato

Session 20 (Fetzer 1060) – Thursday, 10AM – Late Medieval Europe – “Medieval English Pilgrimage Literature and Numerate Practices” (Presenter

Session 209 (Schneider 1130) – Friday, 10AM – Controversies in the Religious Traditions of the Middle Ages: Journal of Medieval Religious Culture (Presider)

  • Anne Berthelot

Session 567 (Schneider 1130) – Sunday, 10:30AM – European Merlins: Société Internationale des Amis de Merlin (Organizer)

  • Laura Saetveit Miles

Session 266 (Schneider 1220) – Friday, 1:30PM – Anonymous Women: Women without Names: Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship – “A Nun or Anon? Nuns as Anonymous Authors, Translators, and Scribes in the Case of the Revelations of Elizabeth of Töss” (Presenter)

  • Jeanette S. Zissell

Session 412 (Valley III Stinson Lounge) – Saturday, 1:30PM – Emotion as Truth: Expressions of Affectivity in Medieval Popular Thought – “Blood Imagery and the Community of Salvation in Piers Plowman” (Organizer and Presenter)

  • Cameron Hunt McNabb

Session 201 (Fetzer 1045) – Friday, 10AM – Post Death / After Life on the Medieval and Early Modern Stage: Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society – “Night of the Living Bread: Resurrection Theology in the Chester ‘Antichrist’ Play” (Presenter)

  • Frank Napolitano

Session 201 (Fetzer 1045) – Friday, 10AM – Post Death / After Life on the Medieval and Early Modern Stage: Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society – “‘Loke þat зe be of ryght good chere’: From Counsel to Christ in the N-Town Lazarus” (Organizer and Presenter)

  • M. Wendy Hennequin

Session 171 (Schneider 1220) – Thursday, 7:30PM – Technical Communication in the Middle Ages (Organizer and Presider)

“The Pseudo Society” (Fetzer 1005) – Saturday, 8PM – “No Feldsong for Old Thanes: Does ‘Deor’s Flyting’ Flyt Tradition or by Opposing, Sustain It?”

  • Kathleen Tonry

Session 145 (Schneider 2345) – Thursday, 3:30PM – Reading in Medieval England II: Ways of Reading (Presider)

  • Leah Schwebel

Session 411 (Bernhard Brown & Gold) – Saturday, 10AM – Boccaccio Studies: In Celebration of the Seven Hundredth Anniversary of His Birth I: American Boccaccio Association – “The ‘Little Book’ That Could: False Humility in Boccaccio’s Envoys” (Presenter)

Session 412 (Valley III Stinson Lounge) – Saturday, 1:30PM – Emotion as Truth: Expressions of Affectivity in Medieval Popular Thought – “Blood Imagery and the Community of Salvation in Piers Plowman” (Presider)

  • Robert Hasenfratz

Session 209 (Schneider 1130) – Friday, 10AM – Controversies in the Religious Traditions of the Middle Ages: Journal of Medieval Religious Culture (Organizer)

  • Lindy Brady

Session 219 (Schneider 1280) – Friday, 10AM – Anglo-Saxon England and the Celtic World: Celtic Studies Association of North America – “Anglo-Saxon England in the Lebor Bretnach” (Presenter)

Session 388 (Schneider 1265) – Saturday, 10AM – Irish Literature (Presider)

  • Pamela Longo

Session 582 (Bernhard Brown & Gold) – Sunday, 10:30AM – Historiographical Gower – “Gower and the Forms of History” (Presenter)

  • Brandon Hawk

Session 229 (Bernhard 204) – Friday, 10AM – The British Isles: Languages and Literatures of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries: Fifteenth-Century Studies – “Latin Excerpts Attributed to Chaucer in British Library, Sloane 446” (Presenter)

  • Jonathan Hsy

Session 301 (Valley II LeFevre Lounge) – Friday, 3:30PM – Anglo-French Cultural Exchange: Translation in Theory and Practice (A Roundtable) (Organizer and Presider)

Session 367 (Fetzer 1005) – Saturday, 10AM – The Future We Want: A Collaboration (A Roundtable): Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute – “Voice Change/Language Change” (Panelist)

Session 555 (Valley II 203) – Sunday, 10:30AM – Queering Medieval Disability: Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages – “Disability, Disorientation, Distranslation: Chaucer’s The Monk’s Tale as Crip Performance” (Presenter)

  • Peter Konieczny

Session 238 (Valley III Stinson Lounge) – Friday, 1:30PM – E-publishing and Medieval Studies (A Roundtable Discussion): Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe (Panelist)

  • Steven Rozenski

Session 157 (Valley II 204) – Thursday, 7:30PM – The Trans-Reformational Imitatio Christi: Translation, Transmission, and Reception – “From Richard Whitford to Thomas Rogers: The Imitatio Christi in England, 1530–1580” (Presenter)

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