Symposium 2015: Cities/Les Villes
25 June - 27 June, Paris
Call for Papers (en Français)
Poster (en Français)
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: 30 January 2015
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Andrew Baume (Lycée Henri IV): "Between England and France - The
Problems and Pitfalls of
Sasha Pfau (Hendrix College, Arkansas): "Prison
Breaks" from the perspective of lettres de
David Murray (King's College, London): 'Les imitations occitanes de ''Can vei la lauzeta mover'' de Bernart de Ventadorn'.
Richards (Indiana University, Bloomington): “Apocalypse through
the eyes of a lamb: An interdisciplinary approach to New Jerusalem in
Valenciennes Bibliothèque Municipale Ms. 99”
Susan Crane (Columbia University): "A Neglected Aspect of St. Francis’s Compassion for Animals"
Troy Tice (Princeton University): TBA
International Medieval Society, Paris is organizing in collaboration
with several universities and learned societies three interdisciplinary
workshops focusing on Animal, Gender and Image in Medieval
Thanks to the support of the Society for the Study of Medieval
Languages and Literature-Medium Aevum, we are able to help with the
funding of the travel expenses for two UK (francophone) postgraduate
students. If you would like to apply to these travel grants worth £100
each, please email the organiser with a CV including the name of two
referees and a short justification for support.
For Registration or other inquiries, please write: i.fabry-tehranchi[at]reading.ac.uk
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IMS Paris Symposium books are available for purchase!
and Identity in Francia and Medieval France,
(Selected Papers of the 2006 Symposium)
edited by Meredith Cohen and Justine Firnhaber-Baker.
Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture
(Selected Papers of the 2007 Symposium)
edited by Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, & Mary Franklin-Brown
Space in the Medieval West
(Selected Papers of the 2009 Symposium)
edited by Meredith Cohen & Fanny Madeline
L'Humain et l'Animal
(Selected Papers of the 2012 Symposium)
edited by Irène Fabry-Tehranchi & Anna Russakoff
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