39th International Congress on Medieval Studies -- 6-9 May 2004
All interested scholars are welcome.
Presider: James Borders, University of Michigan
Joseph Dyer, Independent Scholar
Lori Kruckenberg, University of Oregon
Clyde W. Brckett, Christopher Newport University
Presider: Linda Page Cummins, University of Alabama.
Joseph Herl, Concordia University, Nebraska
Anne C. Middendorf, Concordia University, Nebraska.
Mitchell P. Brauner, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Presider: Cynthia J. Cyrus, Vanderbilt University.
Greta-Mary Hair, University of Edinburgh
Timothy J. McGee, University of Toronto
Sarah Carleton, University of Toronto
Luis Garcia, University of Toronto
Presider: Jan Herlinger, Southern Methodist University
Judith A. Peraino, Cornell University
Gretchen Peters, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Gabriela Ilnitchi, Eastman School of Music
Presider: Elizabeth Randell Upton, University of California-Los Angeles
Adam Knight Gilbert, Stanford University
Kimberly Harris, University of Louisville
Vincent Corrigan, Bowling Green State University
Barbara R. Walters, Kingsborough Community College, CUNY
Presider: Lewis Jones, London Metropolitan University
Alice Margerum, London Metropolitan University
Kate Buehler-Mc Williams, Independent Scholar
Crawford Young, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
Presider: Kevin N. Moll, East Carolina University
Linda Page Cummins, University of Alabama
Jay Rahn, York University
Stefano Mengozzi, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Presider: Cathy Ann Elias, DePaul University
Catherine Saucier, University of Chicago
Yossi Maurey, University of Chicago
Benjamin Brand, Yale University
Presider: Vincent Corrigan, Bowling Green State University
James Borders, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Cynthia J. Cyrus, Vanderbilt University
Anne Bagnall Yardley, Drew University.
This is an informal compilation. We apologize for any omissions.
The International Machaut Society has several sessions at the Congress:
Session 458, Machaut and the Medieval Lyric, Saturday, May 8, 1:30 PM, Bernhard 105
and Session 517, Machaut and the Fourteenth-Century Mass Saturday 3:30 PM, Bernhard 105
The Mittelalter-Zentrum, U. Salzburg sponsors a session on the Niebelungenlied (Session 47, Thursday 10:00 AM, Bernhard 212), and an informal performance by Eberhard Kummer (U. Salzburg) at the Garneau Lounge of Valley II Thursday 7:30 PM
There are several sessions on Hans Sachs, "Revisiting Hans Sachs I and II", organized by Albrecht Classen (sessions 96 and 159)
Session 392 (Saturday 10:00 AM, Fetzer 1060), organized by Vincent Corrigan is on "Medieval Song."
Session 483 (Saturday 3:30 PM, Sangren 3205) is on "Games, Music, and Festival"
Session 536 (Saturday 3:30 PM, Sangren 2302) is on the Pastourelle.
Session 46, "Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana" (Bernhard 211) has a paper on "Sanctus Deus and Ecce Nubes, Two Benevetan Masses ..." and one on "The Missal of Kotor"
Session 117 (Sangren 2301) has a paper on "Strains of Elvish Song and Voices: Victorian Medievalism, Music and Tolkien".
Session 227 "Siena Cathedral: Art, History and Devotion" (Bernhard 208) has a paper on "Music and Devotion in Siena Cathedral in the late Quattrocento: The Marian Motet Cycles of the Siena Choirbook"
Session 230 "Medieval Drama" (Bernhard 212) has a paper on "Movable Feasts, Marching Bands, and Mary: ..."
Session 324 (Valley I 106) has a paper "Les deux amans: A Reconstruction of the Performance of a Twelfth-Century Lai"
Session 335 "Hildegard von Bingen's Bridges to Infinity" (Fetzer 2016) has papers with musical content.
Session 346 (Bernhard 157) has a paper on "Bede's Rhetoric and Gregorian Chant".
Session 467 "Tristan and the Arts" (Bernhard 215) has a paper on "Tristan and Music", and one on "Tristan Without Wagner: ...:
Session 501, "Sydney III" (Valley 1 102) has a paper on "Teaching us how to sing? Revising the Sydney Psalter."
Session 524 "Good (and not so good) Women in Italy" (Bernhard 212) has a paper on "Virtuous Travelers, Immoral Entertainment ..." by Cathy Ann Elias.
Session 530 "Medieval Sermon Studies III" (Sangren 2204) has a paper on "Musico-Rhetorical Methodology in Medieval German Franciscan Homiletics."
Session 531 "Topics in Anglo-Saxon History" (Sangren 2205) has a paper on "The Early Anglo-Saxon Choir School."
There will be several excellent musical performances. Besides the ones advertised in the program, the Gilmore Keyboard Festival is still in the area. Please see details at their website.
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