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Michigan Medieval Seminar

Saturday, September 29, 2012
4:00 AM
Osterman Commons, Institute for the Humanities, 202 S Thayer

A stimulating day of discussions on the literature, historyand culture of England in the Middle Ages.

"Mixed Media: Rethinking the Archive in Medieval England"

Free and open to the public. To RSVP and receive copies of the papers for reading in advance, email

Amy Appleford (English, Boston University)
“Death and Spiritual Governance in the Late Medieval Household”

A. Sheree Brown (History, University of Michigan)
“‘Mannys sowle ys lyfte vp with charite’: Lay Catechesis and the Doctrine of Charity”

Katherine French (History, University of Michigan) and Shannon McSheffrey (History, Concordia University, Montreal)
“Household Goods and Household Violence in Late Medieval London: the Murder of Isabel Watson”

Kathryn Kerby-Fulton (English, Notre Dame University)
“Oxford” in The New Literary History of Europe, 1348-1418

Laura Saetveit Miles (English, University of Michigan)
"The Annunciation in the Anchorhold: Mary Reading the Psalms"

Kathryn Smith (Art History, New York University)
"'A Lanterne of Lyght to the People':  English Narrative Alabaster Images of John the Baptist in their Visual, Religious, and Social Contexts"

Kit French and Laura Miles