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'''Exploring the Audio-Visual Context of Liturgy in English Parish Churches''',
'''Exploring the Audio-Visual Context of Liturgy in English Parish Churches''',
by Dee Dyas, Christianity and Culture Project, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
by Dee Dyas, Christianity and Culture Project, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
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===115: Insular Mapping: Britain and Ireland in Exegesis, Histography, and Cartography===
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Sponsor: Medieval Forum, Queen's University Belfast
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Organiser: Keith Lilley, School of Geography, Queen's University, Belfast
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Moderator: Catherine A. M. Clarke, Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Research (MEMO) / Department of English, Swansea University
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'''The Gough Map of Britain and its Geographical and Histographical Traditions''', by Keith Lilley
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===318: Exploring the Monstrous, II: Geographies of the Monstrous===
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Sponsor: MEARCSTAPA (Monsters: The Experimental Association for the Research of Cryptozoology through Scholarly Theory and Practical Application)
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Organiser: Asa Mittman, Department of Art and Art History, California State University Chicago
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Moderator: Larissa Tracy, Department of English and Modern Languages, Longwood University. Virginia
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'''Navigating the Margins: Sources, Analogs, Wandering Monsters, and the digital Mappaemundi''', by Asa Mittman
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===506: From ''DE RE DIPLOMATICA'' to Literary: Renewed Doplomacys and Young Scholars, I===
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Sponsor: GDR 'Diplomatique' (GDR 3177-CNRS)
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Organiser: Paul Bertrand, Institu de Recherche et d'Histoire des Texts, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Orléans/GDR
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Moderator: Sébastien Barret, Institu de Recherche et d'Histoire des Texts, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Orléans/GDR
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'''Exploring Charters through Statistics and Semantics: Production and Circulation of Literacy in Medieval Burgundy (9th-12th
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centuries)''', by Nicolas Perreaux
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===507: POLITICS, WARFARE, AND WINE: THE Gascon ROLLS PROJECT, 1317-1468===
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Sponsor: School of History, University of Liverpool
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Organiser: Simon J. Hards, The Gascon Rolls Project, School of History, University of Liverpool
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Moderator: Paul H. W. Booth, The Gascon Rolls Project, School of History, University of Liverpool
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'''The Gascon Rolls: Unfinished Business and Renewal of Interest''', Malcolm Vale
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'''Constructing a Collaborative Digital Framework to Edit and Publish the Gascon Rolls''', by Simon J. Harris and Paul Spence,
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The Gascon Rolls Project, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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'''Ramon Durand: The Exceptional Career of an Official Revealed''', by the Gascon Rolls and Guilhem Pepin, The Gascon Rolls Project, University of Oxford
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===703: MEDIEVAL COMMEMORATION, III: MEDIEVAL MEMORIA ONLINE, NEW RESEARCH TOOLS ===
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Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Utrecht
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Organiser: Truus van Bueren, Medieval Memoria Online, Universiteit Utrecht
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Moderator: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Departement Sociologie, Universiteit van Tilburg
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'''MeMO DS: A Description Standard for ''memoria''-Related Source Material''', by Roif de Weijert, Medieval Memoria Online, Universiteit Utrecht
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'''Prayer and Politics: A Rich Internet Application''', by Truus van Bueren
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Respondent: Anna Adamska, Ondelïoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en Cultuur (OGC), universiteit Utrecht
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===804: DIGITAL APPROACHES TO MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE DRAMA===
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Sponsor: Records of Earry English Drama
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Organiser: John A. Geek, Records of Early English Drama / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
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Moderator: John A. Geck
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'''‘This insuhstantial pageant': Using Second Life to Research Provincial Performance Venues''', Diane Jakacki, Department of English Language & Literature, University Of Waterloo
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'''Mapping Early English Theatre''', Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early Engiish Drama, University of Toronto
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'''Mapping the London Theatre Bibliography: Structure and Geography''', John Bradley, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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===822: MEDIEVAL MOTIFS AND FIGURES on THEIR JOURNEY THROUGH THE CENTURIES (15th-21st CENTURIES), II: MEDIEVAL FIGURES IN NEW MEDIA ===
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Sponsor: lnterdisziplinares Zentrum fur Mittelalterstudien, Universitat Salzburg
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Organiser: Siegrid Schmidt, Interdisziplinares Zentrum fur Mittelalterstudien, Universitat Salzburg
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Moderator: Ursula Bieber, Institut fur Slawistik, Universitat Salzburg
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'''Arthurian Figures in the Middle High German Database''', by Margarete Springeth, Interdisziplinares Zentrum fiur Mittelalterstudien, Universitat Salzburg
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===1009: SET IN STONE===
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Sponsor: University of Liverpool
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Organiser: Rebecca Williams, School of History, University of Liverpool
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Moderator: Brigitte Resl, School of Historyr University of Liverpool
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'''Ethnic Identities in Viking-Age Stone Sculpture: A GIS Approach''', by William Cook, Department of History, Lancaster University
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===1010: MIDDLE ENGLISH STYLISTICS, PATTERNS, AND MUSIC ===
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Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
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Moderator: Anne McTaggart, University of Alberta
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'''Stylistic Consistency in the Letters of Thomas Betson''', by Osamu Ohara, Department of English, Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo
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===1130: RIDDARASOGUR: ICELANDIC ROMANCES ===
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Sponsor: The Viking Society for Northern Research
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Organiser: Alaric Hall, School of English, University of Leeds
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Moderator: Cathy Hume, School of English, University of Leeds
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'''An Interesting Paper about a Boring Saga: The Saga of Sigrgarðr the Valiant''', by Alaric Hall
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===1203: PROSOPOGRAPHY, ANTHROPONVMY, AND SPACE, I: LOTHARINGIA IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES ===
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Organiser: Albrecht Brendler, Abteilung für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen, Walter Kettemann, Universität Duisburg-Essen and Jens Lieven, Historisches InstitutI Ruhr-Universität, Bochum
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Moderator: Walter Kettemann
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'''Anthroponymie et provenance des laiques du Liber memorialis de Remiremont, by Albrecht Brendler
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===1223: PERFORMANCE AND THE PAGE, III: EXPLORING TRANSMISSION AND CoMPOSITION ===
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Sponsor: School of Modern Languages & Cultures, University of Glasgow
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Organiser: Kate Maxwell, Department of Music & Department of French, University of Glasgow
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Moderator: Hanno Wijsman, Universiteit Leiden / Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes, Paris
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'''Glasgow MS Hunter 252 ''Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles"": A Dialectological Perspective''', by Geoffrey Roger, French Section,
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School of Modern Languages & Cultures, University of Glasgow
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===1227: LATER BYZANTINE SDCIETY: NETWORKS AND CAREERS===
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Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
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Moderator: Judith Ryder, Wolfson College, University of Oxford
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'''Calculating Byzantium? Social Network Analysis and Complexity Sciences as Tools for the Exploration of Medieval Social Dynamics''', by Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, Institut für Byzanzforschung, Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
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===1303: PROSOPOGRAPHY, ANTHROPONVMY, AND SPACE, II: ALEMANNIA AND RHETIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES ===
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Organiser: Albrecht Brendler, Abteilung für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen, Walter Kettemann,
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Universität Duisburg-Essen and Jens Lieven, Historisches InstitutI Ruhr-Universität, Bochum
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Moderator: Gerd Lubich, Ruhr-Universität, Bochum
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'''Discovering History in the Mirror of Liturgical Commemoration: The Bishopric of Chur, Rhetia, and Pfäfers in the ''Liber
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viventium Fabariensis''', by Walter Kettemann and Jens Lieven
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===1307: 14th-CENTURY ENGLAND, IV===
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Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth-Century Studies
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Organiser: Chris Given-Wilson, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews
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Moderator: Gwilym Dodd, School of History, University of Nottingham
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'''Why Make Back-Ups?: The Mortimer Cartulary and the Technological Revolution''', Barbara Wright, Independent Scholar, Otley
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===1515: LOCATING MEDIEVAL ROADS===
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Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
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Moderator: Keith Lilley, School of Geography, Queen’s University, Belfast
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'''The Spatial Analysis and the Aerial Photos for the Reconstruction of the Ancient Roads''', by Davide Gherdevich, Universita degli Studi di Trieste
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===1608: MEDICINE FOR THE BODY AND MEDIEVAL HOSPITALS ===
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Sponsor: University of East Anglia
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Organiser: Christopher Alan Bonfield, School of History, University of East Anglia
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Moderator: Caroie Rawcliffe, School of History, University of East Anglia
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'''Therapeutic Medicine for Bodily Health in Medieval English Hospitals''', by Christopher Alan Bonñeld

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Contents

International Medieval Congress 2010

The following conference papers involving digital subjects were given for the International Medieval Congress, which took place in Leeds, July 12-15, 2010.


Digital Medievalist Sessions and Papers

103: Exploring and Teaching Medieval Church

Sponsor: Christianity and Culture Project, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Organiser: Dee Dyas, Christianity and Culture Project, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Moderator: W. Mark Ormrod, Department of History, University of York

Exploring the Audio-Visual Context of Liturgy in English Parish Churches, by Dee Dyas, Christianity and Culture Project, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York


115: Insular Mapping: Britain and Ireland in Exegesis, Histography, and Cartography

Sponsor: Medieval Forum, Queen's University Belfast

Organiser: Keith Lilley, School of Geography, Queen's University, Belfast

Moderator: Catherine A. M. Clarke, Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Research (MEMO) / Department of English, Swansea University

The Gough Map of Britain and its Geographical and Histographical Traditions, by Keith Lilley


318: Exploring the Monstrous, II: Geographies of the Monstrous

Sponsor: MEARCSTAPA (Monsters: The Experimental Association for the Research of Cryptozoology through Scholarly Theory and Practical Application)

Organiser: Asa Mittman, Department of Art and Art History, California State University Chicago

Moderator: Larissa Tracy, Department of English and Modern Languages, Longwood University. Virginia

Navigating the Margins: Sources, Analogs, Wandering Monsters, and the digital Mappaemundi, by Asa Mittman


506: From DE RE DIPLOMATICA to Literary: Renewed Doplomacys and Young Scholars, I

Sponsor: GDR 'Diplomatique' (GDR 3177-CNRS)

Organiser: Paul Bertrand, Institu de Recherche et d'Histoire des Texts, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Orléans/GDR

Moderator: Sébastien Barret, Institu de Recherche et d'Histoire des Texts, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Orléans/GDR


Exploring Charters through Statistics and Semantics: Production and Circulation of Literacy in Medieval Burgundy (9th-12th

centuries), by Nicolas Perreaux


507: POLITICS, WARFARE, AND WINE: THE Gascon ROLLS PROJECT, 1317-1468

Sponsor: School of History, University of Liverpool

Organiser: Simon J. Hards, The Gascon Rolls Project, School of History, University of Liverpool

Moderator: Paul H. W. Booth, The Gascon Rolls Project, School of History, University of Liverpool


The Gascon Rolls: Unfinished Business and Renewal of Interest, Malcolm Vale

Constructing a Collaborative Digital Framework to Edit and Publish the Gascon Rolls, by Simon J. Harris and Paul Spence,

The Gascon Rolls Project, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London


Ramon Durand: The Exceptional Career of an Official Revealed, by the Gascon Rolls and Guilhem Pepin, The Gascon Rolls Project, University of Oxford

703: MEDIEVAL COMMEMORATION, III: MEDIEVAL MEMORIA ONLINE, NEW RESEARCH TOOLS

Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, Universiteit Utrecht

Organiser: Truus van Bueren, Medieval Memoria Online, Universiteit Utrecht

Moderator: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Departement Sociologie, Universiteit van Tilburg

MeMO DS: A Description Standard for memoria-Related Source Material, by Roif de Weijert, Medieval Memoria Online, Universiteit Utrecht

Prayer and Politics: A Rich Internet Application, by Truus van Bueren

Respondent: Anna Adamska, Ondelïoekinstituut voor Geschiedenis en Cultuur (OGC), universiteit Utrecht


804: DIGITAL APPROACHES TO MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE DRAMA

Sponsor: Records of Earry English Drama

Organiser: John A. Geek, Records of Early English Drama / Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto

Moderator: John A. Geck

‘This insuhstantial pageant': Using Second Life to Research Provincial Performance Venues, Diane Jakacki, Department of English Language & Literature, University Of Waterloo

Mapping Early English Theatre, Sally-Beth MacLean, Records of Early Engiish Drama, University of Toronto

Mapping the London Theatre Bibliography: Structure and Geography, John Bradley, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London


822: MEDIEVAL MOTIFS AND FIGURES on THEIR JOURNEY THROUGH THE CENTURIES (15th-21st CENTURIES), II: MEDIEVAL FIGURES IN NEW MEDIA

Sponsor: lnterdisziplinares Zentrum fur Mittelalterstudien, Universitat Salzburg

Organiser: Siegrid Schmidt, Interdisziplinares Zentrum fur Mittelalterstudien, Universitat Salzburg

Moderator: Ursula Bieber, Institut fur Slawistik, Universitat Salzburg


Arthurian Figures in the Middle High German Database, by Margarete Springeth, Interdisziplinares Zentrum fiur Mittelalterstudien, Universitat Salzburg


1009: SET IN STONE

Sponsor: University of Liverpool

Organiser: Rebecca Williams, School of History, University of Liverpool

Moderator: Brigitte Resl, School of Historyr University of Liverpool

Ethnic Identities in Viking-Age Stone Sculpture: A GIS Approach, by William Cook, Department of History, Lancaster University


1010: MIDDLE ENGLISH STYLISTICS, PATTERNS, AND MUSIC

Organiser: IMC Programming Committee

Moderator: Anne McTaggart, University of Alberta

Stylistic Consistency in the Letters of Thomas Betson, by Osamu Ohara, Department of English, Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo

1130: RIDDARASOGUR: ICELANDIC ROMANCES

Sponsor: The Viking Society for Northern Research

Organiser: Alaric Hall, School of English, University of Leeds

Moderator: Cathy Hume, School of English, University of Leeds

An Interesting Paper about a Boring Saga: The Saga of Sigrgarðr the Valiant, by Alaric Hall

1203: PROSOPOGRAPHY, ANTHROPONVMY, AND SPACE, I: LOTHARINGIA IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES

Organiser: Albrecht Brendler, Abteilung für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen, Walter Kettemann, Universität Duisburg-Essen and Jens Lieven, Historisches InstitutI Ruhr-Universität, Bochum

Moderator: Walter Kettemann

Anthroponymie et provenance des laiques du Liber memorialis de Remiremont, by Albrecht Brendler


1223: PERFORMANCE AND THE PAGE, III: EXPLORING TRANSMISSION AND CoMPOSITION

Sponsor: School of Modern Languages & Cultures, University of Glasgow

Organiser: Kate Maxwell, Department of Music & Department of French, University of Glasgow

Moderator: Hanno Wijsman, Universiteit Leiden / Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes, Paris

Glasgow MS Hunter 252 Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles"": A Dialectological Perspective, by Geoffrey Roger, French Section,

School of Modern Languages & Cultures, University of Glasgow

1227: LATER BYZANTINE SDCIETY: NETWORKS AND CAREERS

Organiser: IMC Programming Committee

Moderator: Judith Ryder, Wolfson College, University of Oxford

Calculating Byzantium? Social Network Analysis and Complexity Sciences as Tools for the Exploration of Medieval Social Dynamics, by Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, Institut für Byzanzforschung, Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

1303: PROSOPOGRAPHY, ANTHROPONVMY, AND SPACE, II: ALEMANNIA AND RHETIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES

Organiser: Albrecht Brendler, Abteilung für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen, Walter Kettemann,

Universität Duisburg-Essen and Jens Lieven, Historisches InstitutI Ruhr-Universität, Bochum

Moderator: Gerd Lubich, Ruhr-Universität, Bochum

'Discovering History in the Mirror of Liturgical Commemoration: The Bishopric of Chur, Rhetia, and Pfäfers in the Liber

viventium Fabariensis, by Walter Kettemann and Jens Lieven

1307: 14th-CENTURY ENGLAND, IV

Sponsor: Society for Fourteenth-Century Studies

Organiser: Chris Given-Wilson, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of St Andrews

Moderator: Gwilym Dodd, School of History, University of Nottingham

Why Make Back-Ups?: The Mortimer Cartulary and the Technological Revolution, Barbara Wright, Independent Scholar, Otley

1515: LOCATING MEDIEVAL ROADS

Organiser: IMC Programming Committee


Moderator: Keith Lilley, School of Geography, Queen’s University, Belfast

The Spatial Analysis and the Aerial Photos for the Reconstruction of the Ancient Roads, by Davide Gherdevich, Universita degli Studi di Trieste


1608: MEDICINE FOR THE BODY AND MEDIEVAL HOSPITALS

Sponsor: University of East Anglia

Organiser: Christopher Alan Bonfield, School of History, University of East Anglia

Moderator: Caroie Rawcliffe, School of History, University of East Anglia


Therapeutic Medicine for Bodily Health in Medieval English Hospitals, by Christopher Alan Bonñeld

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