Monday, March 19, 2012

St.Louis University to host Medieval Academy of America Conference this week

Saint Louis University’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies will host the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America Thursday-Saturday, March 22-24.

The international meeting will feature 50 concurrent sessions from a wide range of disciplines and approaches. Plenary speakers will include:

William Chester Jordan (Princeton University and President of the MAA Fellows) - ”The Gleaners”

Caroline A. Bruzelius (Duke University) - ”Inside/Outside: Friars and the Dynamics of Urban Space”

Alice-Mary Talbot (Dumbarton Oaks) - ”Searching for Women in the Archives of Mount Athos”

Richard C. Hoffmann (York University) - ”Too Many Catches? Consumption, Habitat, Climate, and Competition in Medieval European Fisheries”

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