Sunday, March 8, 2020

44th Mid-America Medieval Association Conference:

Memory and Materiality

Saturday, September 19, 2020
Missouri Western State University
*Abstracts due June 29, 2020

Plenary Speaker: Dr. Anne D. Hedeman

Judith Harris Murphy Distinguished Professor of Art History,
University of Kansas

“History and Visual Memory in the Library of King Charles V of France”

Papers on any aspect of medieval culture, medieval studies, and
medievalism will be considered, but presentations that consider and/or
(re)evaluate the conference theme “Memory and Materiality” will be
particularly welcome.

Potential topics could include (this is NOT an exhaustive list):

  *       Historiographies
  *       Literature, trauma, and memory
  *       Memory construction
  *       Museums, libraries, and archives
  *       Borders and borderlines
  *       Collective space, place, and memory
  *       Ethics of preservation
  *       Memory, Memoria, and Rhetoric
  *       Remembrances, and shaping identity
  *       Teaching the medieval era: pedagogy
  *       Music, Art, Literature
  *       Pop culture
  *       Food culture

Proposals for either papers (250 word abstracts)
or sessions (250 word abstracts + list of title and
presenters) should be sent via email attachment to:>m

Jim Falls Paper Prize

Graduate students whose papers have been accepted may submit them for
the Jim Falls Prize. Click
or select the "Jim Falls Paper Prize" link from the site menu.

"Baptism of Charles VI"

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