About the Society
International Medieval Society-Paris is a non-profit association that
welcomes international scholars of the Middle Ages in France and
promotes international exchange with French colleagues. To this end,
the IMS organizes monthly apéritifs in which scholars present their
research projects for discussion as well as an annual three-day
international symposium on a designated theme every June. Founded in
2003, the IMS has quickly grown both in size and in scope as it now
counts art and architectural historians, historians, musicologists, and
literary scholars from ten different countries among its members. In
2009, the IMS became officially affiliated with the Laboratoire de
médiévistique occidentale de Paris (LAMOP) of Paris I-Sorbonne. The
International Medieval Society-Paris is a cooperative association that
relies on the participation of its members to realize its goals.
Anna Russakoff (American University of Paris): orientation to research facilities in Paris.
Fuensanta Murcia Nicolás (Universidad de Murcia, Spain) will speak
in French about the images of the miracles of the Virgin in the
illuminated manuscripts of Gautier de Coinci.
Leo Carruthers (Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris 4):
Researching the Hobbit and Tolkien
Kristin Hoefener (Universität Würzburg):
The Evolution of the Cult of St. Ursula
Please contact us for further details concerning
The first IMS-Paris Symposium book is available for purchase!
and Identity in Francia and Medieval France,
ed. Meredith Cohen and Justine Firnhaber-Baker (Aldershot: Ashgate,
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Charlemagne After Charlemagne
Charlemagne après Charlemagne
26-28 June, Paris
Symposium 2013: Color/La couleur
27-29 June, Paris
28 June-30 June, Paris