2018 Schedule of Events

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SUNDAY JUNE 17, 2018

12:00 - 8:00 pm Registration

Center for Global Citizenship

12:00 - 8:00 pm Check-in

Fusz Hall

MONDAY JUNE 18, 2018

7:30 - 10:00 am Breakfast

Grand Hall

8:00 am - 5:00 pm Registration

Center for Global Citizenship

8:00 am - 7:30 pm Book Exhibit

Center for Global Citizenship

9:00 - 10:30 am Concurrent Sessions

M11 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: Memorable Manuscript Exhibits
Chair: Susan L'Engle, Saint Louis University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

"Beyond Words" by the Numbers: 250 Manuscripts, Nineteen Collections, Five Curators, Three Venues
William Stoneman, Houghton Library, Harvard University; Lisa Fagin Davis, Medieval Academy of America

Exhibiting a Manuscript Collection: From Historical Times to Our Modern Days
Karl-Georg Pfändtner, Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg

In the Long Run: Exhibitions and their Catalogs
Gregory Clark, University of the South

M12 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Plenary Lecture
Room: Boileau Hall

The Cross Invincible
M. Cecilia Gaposchkin, Dartmouth University

M13 - Lordship, Landscape, and Lineage: Castles and Culture in the Middle Ages
Sponsor: American Society for Medieval Irish Studies
Chair: Margaret Smith, Saint Louis University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Sinquefield Stateroom

The Isle of Man, Castles, and Cultural Transmission in the Lordship of the Isles
Thomas Barrows, Saint Louis University

The Castle as a Prison: A Gendered Examination of Eleanor of Aquitaine, Alys of France, and Richard the Lionheart, 1173-1205
Kailen Kinsey, Saint Louis University

M14 - Medieval Cathedrals: Sites of Sanctity and Power
Chair: Perette Michelli, Lake Forest College
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Tangled Tales of Murder, Revenge and Forgiveness: Debating Reality in the Founders' Choir at Naumburg
Perette Michelli, Lake Forest College

On Jewish Iconography and Methodological Blindness in the Study of Grünewald's Choir of Angels-Nativity Panel
Jerry Angelo Marino, Independent Scholar

M15 - Studies in Medieval Warfare
Sponsor: De Re Militari
Organizer: Craig Nakashian, Texas A&M University, Texarkana
Chair: Craig Nakashian, Texas A&M University, Texarkana
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

Which Sources Used the Medieval Chronicles to tell What Happened in Battle?
Pierre Courroux, University of Southampton

The Italian Wars
Jay Roberts, Accelerated Schools of Overland Park

From Castle to Fortress: the Changing Nature of Fortification in the Sixteenth Century
Steven Walton, Michigan Technological University

M16 - The Body and the Soul in seventeenth-century Literature
Chair: Matthew Augustine, University of St Andrews
Room: Cook Hall 234

To Sell One's Soul: Theology, Contract, and the Mechanisms of Authority in Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus
Daniel M. Wescovich, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville

Getting Rid of the Body: The Eucharist and Bodily Erasure in Catholic Allegory
Julianne Sandberg, Wheaton College

Puces and Pucelles in The Flea; or, Nipping Virginity in the Bug
Michael Alan Winkelman, Barat Academy

A "Wholesomer" Brew: Conceptualizing Brewing's Transformation in seventeenth-Century England
Donovan Tann, Hesston College

M17 - Reading the Icelandic Sagas as a Record of Cultural Performance I
Organizer: Bram Cleaver, Saint Louis University
Chair: Bram Cleaver, Saint Louis University
Room: Cook Hall 236

"When You Goad a Man to Action": Gamifying Criticism in Gregor Vuga's Sagas of the Icelanders
Eric Scott, University of Missouri, Columbia

Wrathful Whetter Women: Anger and Gender in Njal's Saga
Natalie Whitaker, Saint Louis University

Law as Communal Performance in the Íslendingasögur
Kyle Hughes, Trinity College, Dublin

10:30 - 11:00 am Coffee

Center for Global Citizenship

11:00 am - 12:30 pm Concurrent Sessions

M21 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: The Production of Manuscripts in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Why, Where, for Whom
Chair: Susan L'Engle, Saint Louis University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

Armenian Manuscripts from Seventeenth—Eighteenth-century Constantinople: Tradition and Innovation
Sylvie Merian, The Morgan Library & Museum

On the Crossroads: Georgian Illuminated Charters
Eto Edisherashvili, Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, K. Kekelidze National Centre of Manuscripts

The Boxer Codex and the Chinese zhigong tu
Loreto Romero Martinezeiroa, University of Virginia

M22 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Leadership during the Crusades
Chair: John Giebfried, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Room: Boileau Hall

Crusading and Female Lordship in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Champagne
Randall Todd Pippenger, Princeton University

Vituperium potius quam laudem meretur: Conrad of Montferrat's Royal Ambitions
Patrick C. DeBrosse, Fordham University

M23 - Celestina and Beyond: Exploring the Abject in Medieval and Early Modern Literature I
Sponsor: The Ibero-Medieval Association of America
Organizer: Ana M. Montero, Saint Louis University
Chair: Linde Brocato, University of Memphis
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

A Cognitive-Affective Study of a "Bestseller": Fernando de Rojas's Celestina (1499)
Julien J. Simon, Indiana University East

Portrayals of Prostitution and Economic Realities in Celestina, Lazarillo de Tormes, and Quevedo's Obras jocosas
Scott W. Ward, Ball State University

Las migajas de los manteles: Humour and the Grotesque Body in Fernando de Rojas's Celestina
Louise M. Haywood, University of Cambridge

M24 - Boethius: Discipulus et Magister
Sponsor: The International Boethius Society
Organizer: Anthony G. Cirilla, Niagara University
Chair: T. Alexander Giltner, Saint Louis University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

Amare Studia: Consolatory Pedagogy and Political Commentary in Seneca and Boethius
Anthony G. Cirilla, Niagara University

Consolation, Both Philosophical and Theological: Boethius's Complement to Augustine
Kimberly Heil, University of Dallas

The Power and Personality of the Eternal God in III.m9 of the Alfredian Boethius
Kenneth Hawley, Lubbock Christian University

Killing Wisdom?: Old English Boethius and Lineages of Power
Seth Strickland, Cornell University

M25 - Early Modern Reformation(s)
Chair: Nicole Koopman, Saint Louis University
Room: Cook Hall 234

Church Reform and Islam in the Fifteenth Century: the study of a medieval polemic on the Qur'an at the Council of Basel
Kate Waggoner Karchner, University of Michigan

Catholic Controversialists against Martin Luther, 1518-30
Thomas Renna, Saginaw Valley State University

The Hebrew Script in Cajetan's Commentary on Genesis
Domenico Pietropaolo, University of Toronto

The Emergence of a Biographical Mentality in Counter-Reformation Spain
Mayer Juni, Brown University

M26 - Christianity in Late Medieval Italy
Chair: Lyn A. Blanchfield, SUNY Oswego
Room: Cook Hall 236

Giorgio Vasari's Christian Virtues in the Oratory of the Compagnia del Gesù at Cortona
Liana De Girolamoi Cheney, Independent Scholar

To Incite the Faithful to Meritorious Actions: Selling Indulgences in fourteenth-century Milan
Martina Saltamacchia, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Changing Paradigms of Conversion: "Christianizing" Italy at the End of the Middle Ages
Fabrizio Conti, John Cabot University

M27 - Observation and Utilization of the Natural World in the Renaissance
Chair: Chris Gilson, Northwestern State University of Louisiana
Room: Cook Hall 330

Viva le Geus: Water and the Creation of Channel Nation-States in the Late Sixteenth Century
Caroline Marris, Columbia University

The Little Ice Age and the First Theories of Climate Change
Chris Gilson, Northwestern State University of Louisiana

12:30 - 2:30 pm Lunch

Grand Hall

2:30 - 4:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

M31 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: Lowrie J. Daly, S.J. Memorial Lecture on Manuscript Studies
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

The Gentle Art of Curation
Roger Wieck, The Pierpont Morgan Library and Museum

M32 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Violence Bound and Loosed
Chair: James Kroemer, Concordia University, Wisconsin
Room: Boileau Hall

"The Mercy We Have for Our Enemies": Tancred and the Hostages in the Temple
Francesca Petrizzo, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds

"It said that on account of envy cities and many kingdoms have been forsaken": A new interpretation of the fall of Tripoli in 1289 and Acre in 1291 from the Cocharelli Codex
Rose Faunce, Australian National University

Legitimation and Limits of Violence in the Defense of Christian Faith in Late Medieval Castile
Guillermo Arquero, Universidad de Piura

M33 - Creativity in Pedagogy: Explaining the Middle Ages, Engaging Students
Sponsor: The Ibero-Medieval Association of America
Organizer: Denise K. Filios, University of Iowa; Ana M. Montero, Saint Louis University
Chair: Denise K. Filios, University of Iowa
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Medieval Art and Today's Visual Culture: Understanding Ourselves through the Study of Medieval Art
Daniele Di Lodovico, University of Idaho

Engaging Students at the Intermediate Language Level: A Test Case
Sol Miguel-Prendes, Wake Forest University

Pan's Labyrinth and Medieval Tales: An Example for the Classroom
Daniela Maldonado Castaneda, University of Toronto

M34 - Early Medieval Christianity
Chair: Robert Olsen, Saint Louis University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

Agents of the Apocalypse: Late Antique and Early Medieval Perspectives on End-Time Preparations
Bailey Poletti, University of Minnesota

Visualizing the Pastoral Rule: The Life of Benedict
Alexander Miller, Fordham University

When Internal Organs Turned into Tears: Saint Radegund's Funeral and the Anthropology of Death
J.K. Kitchen, University of Alberta

M35 - Constructing Queenship in the Medieval and Early Modern Eras
Organizer: Danielle B. Joyner, Southern Methodist University
Chair: Danielle B. Joyner, Southern Methodist University
Room: Cook Hall 234

Contra mauros et christianos: Urraca of León-Castile, Melisende of Jerusalem, and Holy War
Emily Henry, Saint Louis University

The Coronation of the Virgin Reconsidered: the Iconography of Queens in the Middle Ages
Claire Cho, Southern Methodist University

A Princess Weak in Body? Queen Anne, Fat Stigma, and the Disparity between Image and Reality in Early Modern Britain
Jean Marie Christensen, Southern Methodist University

M36 - Fourteenth-century Florentine Writers
Chair: Liana De Girolamoi Cheney, Independent Scholar
Room: Cook Hall 236

Giovanni Villani and the Politics of Florentine Rage
Lyn A. Blanchfield, SUNY Oswego

Deconstructing Narratives of Female Rule in the medieval Mediterranean: Matilda of Tuscany, Constance de Hauteville, and Joan I of Naples in Giovanni Villani's chronicle
Rala I. Diakite, Fitchburg State University

The Siren, Beatrice, and the I AM: Dante's Theological Justification for the Exaltation of Individuality in Pre-Renaissance Italy
Derek Witten, Regent College

4:00 - 4:30 Coffee

Center for Global Citizenship

4:30 - 6:00 pm Plenary Session

Cook Hall Auditorium

The Old Man of the Mountain: Fact and Fiction
Carole Hillenbrand, University of St Andrews and University of Edinburgh

6:00 - 7:30 pm Wine Reception

Center for Global Citizenship
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University

6:30 - 8:30 pm Dinner

Grand Hall

8:00 - 11:00 pm Graduate Student Pub Night

Location: Fieldhouse Pub and Grill (510 N Theresa Avenue)
Open bar and appetizer buffet for all graduate students from any university. Enjoy craft brews and excellent pub fare, all free of charge! Come mingle with your peers and meet your future colleagues. This is an event you don't want to miss, and will be a night to remember. Don't forget to wear your name badge, as it is your entry ticket!

TUESDAY JUNE 19, 2018

7:30 - 10:00 am Breakfast

Grand Hall

8:00 am - 5:00 pm Registration

Center for Global Citizenship

10:00 am - 7:30 pm Book Exhibit

Center for Global Citizenship

9:00 - 10:30 am Concurrent Sessions

T11 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: Signs and Symbols: Editorial Shorthand by Scribe and Reader
Chair: Susan L'Engle, Saint Louis University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

Reading Marks and Excerption Signs in the Carolingian Period
Evina Steinova, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

From "New" to "Old": Poggio Bracciolini and the Florentine Hand
Roberta Vera Ricci, Bryn Mawr College

Medieval Signage: Origins, Creators and Users, Functions
Susan L'Engle, Saint Louis University

T12 - Lordship, Landscape, and Lineage: Conquest and Resistance in Plantation Ireland
Sponsor: American Society for Medieval Irish Studies
Chair: Thomas Finan, Saint Louis University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Sinquefield Stateroom

"There you should have been smothered out of theire houses": Early Modern Ireland and the Re/Clamation of Colonial Space in the Supplication of the Blood of the English
Consuelo Concepion, Independent Scholar

The Legal Status of the Native Irish in Plantation Munster
Margaret Smith, Saint Louis University

T13 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Military Aspects of the Crusades
Sponsor: De Re Militari
Organizer: John D. Hosler, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
Chair: M. Cecilia Gaposchkin, Dartmouth University
Room: Boileau Hall

The Effectiveness of Assassination in the Middle Ages as a Defensive Military Tool: a Case Study of the Order of the Assassins
Natasha Shahid, Independent Scholar

Executing the Acre Garrison in 1191: Not a War Crime
John D. Hosler, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College

The First Crusade as a Defensive War: the State of Research
Andrew Holt, Florida State College at Jacksonville

T14 - Teaching and Transmitting the Past: Texts in the Medieval Middle East
Organizer: Atria Larson, Saint Louis University
Chair: Luke Yarbrough, Saint Louis University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

Travelling Rabbis and the Talmud as History
James Redfield, Saint Louis University

Authorship and Audience in Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq's Letter to Salmawayh ibn Bunān
Coleman Connelly, Ohio State University

A Tangled Web: Physicians and Religious Elites in the Biographical Dictionaries of al-Qifṭī̡ ibn Abī Ụaybiʻa̡ and al-Mawṣilī
Thomas A. Carlson, Oklahoma State University

T15 - Medieval English Christianity
Chair: David John Williams, University of Saint Katherine
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Anselm's Way Out: A Medieval Precursor to the Divine Hiddenness Debate in the Augustinian Tradition's Psychological Requirements for Primal Freedom
Jeffrey Case, Maryville University

"Telle us som moral thyng": Preaching Texts, Reading Texts, and Voice in the Medieval English Sermon
James B. Harr, III, North Carolina State University

Medieval English Ecclesiastical Courts and Non-observance of the Sabbath
Justin Kirkland, University of Iowa

T16 - Sixteenth-century Humanist Historiography
Chair: Donovan Tann, Hesston College
Room: Cook Hall 234

Conrad Peutinger Interprets a Coin
William Theiss, Princeton University

Rabbi Joseph ha-Kohen (c.1496-c.1575), Humanist Historiography and Military History
Idan Sherer, Ben Gurion University of the Negev

Antonio Lafreri's Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae and the Forging of a Memory of Rome
Bailey Benson, Boston University

T17 - Seventeenth-century English Theatre
Chair: Michael Alan Winkelman, Barat Academy
Room: Cook Hall 236

Privileging the Written Word in Much Ado About Nothing
Jenny Rebecca Rytting, Northwest Missouri State University

Hollands Leaguer: Transgression But No Containment
W. Reginald Rampone, Jr., South Carolina State University

The Topical and the Global in Jasper Mayne's The Citye Match (1639)
Barbara Sebek, Colorado State University

10:30 - 11:00 am Coffee

Center for Global Citizenship

11:00 am - 12:30 pm Concurrent Sessions

T21 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: Nostalgia and Memory Creation in Medieval Manuscripts
Organizer: Susanne Hafner, Fordham University
Chair: Susanne Hafner, Fordham University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

The Descriptio Scotie : Nostalgia, Propaganda, and Place in the Reign of Edward III
Stephen Powell, Fordham University

The Gospel Book of Landévennec, NYPL MS 115
Michael Weldon, Fordham University

Painted Reminiscence: Thirteenth-Century Syriac Christian Expression of ʽAbbasid Nostalgia in Pierpont Morgan MS M.235
Kevin Vogelaar, Fordham University

T22 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: The Military Orders: On Threshold of Holiness and Violence
Chair: Kevin Dumke, Saint Louis University
Room: Boileau Hall

Elbląg and Atlit: New Urban Centres Founded on the Frontiers of the Crusading World
Tomasz Borowski, The Polish History Museum

Liturgy, Image and Holy War: Understanding the Imagery in the Hospitaller Church of Abu Ghosh
Evan McAllister, Carthage College

The French Connection: Charles of Anjou and the Military Orders in the thirteenth-century Mediterranean
Samantha Cloud, Saint Louis University

T23 - The San Fernando III Annual Lecture
Chair: Damian Smith, Saint Louis University
Room: Cook Hall 234

None-centenary, 1118-2018: The Antiochene Blueprint for the Crusader Principality of Tarragona
Lawrence McCrank, Independent Scholar

T24 - Celestina and Beyond: Exploring the Abject in Medieval and Early Modern Literature II
Sponsor: The Ibero-Medieval Association of America
Organizer: Ana M. Montero, Saint Louis University
Chair: Eloísa Palafox, Washington University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Gentiles, judíos, christianos y moros: todos en esta concordia están (Cel. I): Men, Women, Abjectification
Linde M. Brocato, University of Memphis

Channeling Laureola: Female agency and the Influence of Cárcel de amor in Celestina
Ana I. Montero, Willamette University

Being Compassionate in fifteenth-century Fiction: Cárcel de amor and Celestina
Ana M. Montero, Saint Louis University

T25 - Teaching and Transmitting the Past: Bonaventure
Organizer: Atria Larson, Saint Louis University
Chair: Bruce Brasington, West Texas A&M University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

A Hex on Philosophers? Education and Moral Philosophy in Bonaventure's Collationes in hexaëmeron
Benjamin Winter, Saint Louis University

Illuminationes Ecclesiae: Bonaventure's Pedagogical Vision in the Collationes in Hexaëmeron
Jay Hammond, Saint Louis University

One Way or Another: Exploring the Dialectic of Augustinian and Dionysian Authority in St. Bonaventure's De triplici via
T. Alexander Giltner, Saint Louis University

T26 - The Inklings: Turning Medieval into Modern
Organizer: Victoria Holtz Wodzak, Viterbo University
Chair: Victoria Holtz Wodzak, Viterbo University
Room: Cook Hall 236

"Mildest, Monðwærust, ond Lofgeornost": Tolkien's Beowulf Translation Reconsidered
Rick Hocks, Harris Stowe University

C.S. Lewis's Queer Appropriation of the Pearl-Poet
Stephen Yandell, Xavier University

An Invitation to the Fall Feast of the Giants: Testing Fidelity and Virtue in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and CS Lewis's The Silver Chair
Victoria Holtz Wodzak, Viterbo University

T27 - Reading the Icelandic Sagas as a Record of Cultural Performance II
Chair: Francesca Petrizzo, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Room: Cook Hall 330

"Good Seasons and Peace" as Evidence for Germanic Sacral Kingship in the Old Norse Heimskringla
Sharon Wofford, University of Mississippi

William the Conqueror in Old Norse-Icelandic Saga and History
Elizabeth Wade-Sirabian, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh

12:30 - 2:30 pm Lunch

Grand Hall

12:45 - 2:15 pm Tour of Downtown Saint Louis

Departs from the street side of Pius XII Memorial Library at 12:45 pm.

2:30 - 4:00 pm Tour of St. Louis Cathedral Basilica

Departs from the street side of Pius XII Memorial Library at 2:30 pm.

2:30 - 4:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

T31 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: Exploring the Shahnama
Chair: Luke Yarbrough, Saint Louis University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

Architecture in the Great Mongol Shahnama
Robert Hillenbrand, University of Edinburgh

Setting a Princely Example: Sophisticated Illustrated Manuscripts at the Court of the Mongols and the Dukes of Burgundy
Abolala Soudavar, Independent Scholar

T32 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Crusades in Eastern Europe: What Really Happened?
Chair: Tomasz Borowski, The Polish History Museum
Room: Boileau Hall

Fake News, "Truthiness" and Factual Coherence in the Latin Chronicles of the Crusades in the Baltic Area
Rasa Mažeika, University of Toronto, New College

Not Blind, but Blurred: Western Europe's Mixed Reception of the Hussite Military Legacy
Andrew Kenneth Deaton, University of Alabama

Writing, Reading, and Remembering Belgrade: A Crusade Between History and Memory
James D. Mixson, University of Alabama

T33 - Lordship, Landscape, and Lineage: The First Annual Alasdair Ross Memorial Lecture in Medieval Environmental History
Room: DuBourg Hall, Sinquefield Stateroom

With Our Backs to the Ocean: Building an Environmental History of Medieval Scotland
Richard Oram, University of Stirling

Saints on the Shore: Coastal Encounters in the Early Medieval West
Ellen Arnold, Ohio Wesleyan University

Respondent: Thomas Finan, Saint Louis University

T34 - The Mediaeval English Tristam Legend
Sponsor: International Arthurian Society, North America
Organizer: K.S. Whetter, Acadia University
Chair: David F. Johnson, Florida State University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

The Poet of Sir Tristem Stalks to his Play
Thomas H. Crofts, East Tennessee State University

Reading Malory's La Cote Mal Tayle in 1475
Stephen Atkinson, Park University

Reflections on Malory's Palomydes: or Why Sometimes a Saracen Knight is just a Knight
K.S. Whetter, Acadia University

T35 - Creativity in Pedagogy: Explaining the Past, Engaging Students
Chair: Denise K. Filios, University of Iowa
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Teaching Medieval History in Hong Kong
Hiu Ki Chan, Independent Scholar

From Charlemagne to Game of Thrones: Teaching History through Medievalism
Clare Monagle, Macquarie University

Emblems of Alciato as Cinema
Maria do Céu Diel, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

T36 - Medieval Manuscripts and Codicological Studies
Chair: Eugene Lyman, Independent Scholar
Room: Cook Hall 234

Alfonso X's Miracle Tales of Infant Resuscitation
Emilie L. Bergmann, University of California, Berkeley

Patterns of Scribal Punctuation in Seven Manuscripts of the B-version of Piers Plowman
Eugene W. Lyman, Independent Scholar

Angelo Poliziano and the Graphetai Symbol: some Thoughts about His Notes on Catullus
Giovanni Grandi, Università degli Studi di Parma

T37 - The Life and Times of Andrew Marvell
Chair: Julianne Sandberg, Wheaton College
Room: Cook Hall 236

Andrew Marvell: A Literary Life?
Matthew C. Augustine, University of St Andrews

On behalf of the Age of Andrew Marvell
Steven N. Zwicker, Washington University, St. Louis

4:00 - 4:30 Coffee

Center for Global Citizenship

4:30 - 6:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

T41 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Preaching and Papacy in the Crusades
Chair: Kate McGrath, Central Connecticut State University
Room: Cook Hall 240

Bearing the Cross of Love: An Exegetical Theme in Monastic and Crusade Sermons
Matthew Phillips, Concordia University, Nebraska

The 1184 Colloquium at Verona and the Imperial Crusade
Daniel Webb, Saint Louis University

"The Time of Divine Vengeance Has Arrived": An Argument for Pope Leo X to Eliminate Islam
James G. Kroemer, Concordia University, Wisconsin

T42 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: The Third Crusade: Promotion and Response
Sponsor: Riley-Smith Book Collection at Kresge Library
Chair: Jonathan Phillips, Royal Holloway, University of London
Room: Boileau Hall

Creating Jerusalem: Crusading Rhetoric and the Expansion of the Crusading Movement in the Twelfth Century
Anastacia Maurer, Oakland University

Cleansing the Virgin's Dowry: Pollution of Marian Sacred Space and the Promotion of the Third Crusade
Vincent Ryan, Aquinas College

Reevaluating the Crusading Ambitions of Philip II of France
James Naus, Oakland University

T43 - Tirones Mediaevales: Panel for Undergraduate Papers
Organizer: S. Jay Lemanski, University
Chairs: S. Jay Lemanski, Missouri Western State University; Tamara Rand, Baldwin Wallace University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

Thomas Aquinas's In librum beati Dionysii de divinis nominibus expositio: A Comparative Study of Reading in MS BAV Vat. lat. 784, in MS BAV Vat. lat. 805, and in the Printed Edition of Ceslao Pera, O.P.
Rebecca Hicks, Saint Louis University

Women in Salic and Anglo-Saxon Law: Myth and Reality
Christopher Dreger, Baldwin Wallace University

Frederick Barbarossa and Otto von Freising: Imperial Power Play
Nicholas Nagel, Baldwin Wallace University

T44 - Travel and Space during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
Organizer: Daniele Di Lodovico, University of Idaho
Chair: Daniele Di Lodovico, University of Idaho
Room: Cook Hall 234

Beyond the Space: Silos between Reconquista and Pilgrimage
Rebecca Arnheim, Boston University

Medieval Murals: Toward a Theory of Space
Marius Hauknes, University of Notre Dame

Describing the Country, Perceiving the Place: The Architectural Experience of Travel in Early Tudor England
Miranda L. Elston, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

T45 - Arthurian Ethics
Sponsor: International Arthurian Society, North America
Organizer: Evelyn Meyer, Saint Louis University
Chair: Melissa Ridley Elmes, Lindenwood University
Room: Cook Hall 236

Hartmann von Aue's Iwein and the Ethics of Knightly Marriage
Jonathan S. Martin, Princeton University

Arthur Has Ethics?: the German Tradition
Evelyn Meyer, Saint Louis University

Lowland Ethics in the Arthur of the Dutch
David F. Johnson, Florida State University

T46 - Appropriation of Greek and Roman Culture in the Medieval and Early Modern World
Chair: Bailey Benson, Boston University
Room: Cook Hall 330

Honorius Augustodunensis and the Liberal Arts as Via ad Sapientiam
Luca D'Anselmi, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary

Cecilie's Casting First of the "Stoon": Rejecting Phenomena-based Cult Religion in the Second Nun's Tale
Liam O. Purdon, Doane University

Ab illo fonte magni Homeri: Reflections of The Odyssey in Basinio da Parma's (1425-1457) Argonautica
Vivien L. Bruns, Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School of Literary Studies

T47 - Reflections of Power: Portrayals of Politics in the Medieval World
Chair: Pierre Courroux, University of Southampton
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Calculating Canons: Geoffrey of Monmouth's Use of Literature as a Guise for Political Discourse
Heather F. Ball, St. John's University

The Elephant in Bosnia: Animal Representations as Insights into Political and Cultural Dynamics of Medieval Bosnia and Hum
Saša Čaval, Stanford Archaeology Center, Stanford University; Ljubica Srdić, Institute for the Protection of Cultural, Historical, and National Heritage (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Janko Vračar, Museum of the Republic of Srpska

Epic Elaborations in the Early Thirteenth Century: The Cantar de Mio Cid and Willehalm
Marija Blaskovic, Vienna University

6:00 - 7:30 pm Wine Reception

Center for Global Citizenship
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University

6:30 - 8:30 pm Dinner

Grand Hall

WEDNESDAY JUNE 20, 2018

7:30 - 10:00 am Breakfast

Grand Hall

8:00 - 5:00 pm Registration

Center for Global Citizenship

10:00 am - 7:30 pm Book Exhibit

Center for Global Citizenship

9:00 - 10:30 am Concurrent Sessions

W11 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: Teaching and Transmitting the Past: Roman and Canon Law Manuscripts
Organizer: Atria Larson, Saint Louis University
Chair: Robert Somerville, Columbia University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

An Erased Canon and Roman Law in the Collectio Britannica
Fr. Steve Schoenig, SJ, Saint Louis University

Nota: What the Scribe of Sankt Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek 673 Found Particularly Noteworthy in Gratian's Decretum
Atria Larson, Saint Louis University

Londinum bis frustra scripseram: Gustav Haenel and Glosses to the Pseudo-Ulpianus De edendo
Bruce C. Brasington, West Texas A&M University

W12 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Crusade Songs and Poetry
Chair: James D. Mixson, University of Alabama
Room: Boileau Hall

Stories, Songs, and Resistance: Troubadours and the Albigensian Crusade
Leslee V. Wood, University of Kansas

Crusading Memory and Translation in Renaissance Histories and Heroic Poetry
Lee Manion, University of Missouri

Hagiographic elements in the Chanson de Jérusalem
Davide Esposito, Università degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II"

W13 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Muslim Perspectives: Then and Now
Chair: Clare Monagle, Macquarie University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Jerusalem in the Eyes of Salah al-Din: A Critical Analytical Study of the Liberation of the City from the Crusaders
Maher Y. Abu-Munshar, Qatar University

Salibiya till the end: Modern Arabs' Perceptions of the Crusades
Mona Jahama, University of Jordan

W14 - Lordship, Landscape, and Lineage: Digital Humanities Roundtable
Sponsor: Walter J. Ong, S.J., Center for Digital Humanities at Saint Louis University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Sinquefield Stateroom

Insular Innovations: Opportunities and Challenges for Digital Humanities in Isles History

Participants

Thomas Finan, Director
Patrick Cuba, Lead Developer
Donal Hegarty, Project Manager
Margaret Smith, Research Assistant

W15 - The Third Annual Loomises Lecture
Sponsor: International Arthurian Society, North America
Organizer: K.S. Whetter, Acadia University
Chair: K.S. Whetter, Acadia University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

Iconic Images of the Tristan Legend from Manuscript Illumination to Film
Joan Tasker Grimbert, Catholic University of America

W16 - Medieval Warfare: Untold Stories
Sponsor: De Re Militari
Organizer: Craig Nakashian, Texas A&M University, Texarkana
Chair: Jay Roberts, Accelerated Schools of Overland Park
Room: Cook Hall 234

The Geography of Warfare in the Late Antique Near East: a Study in Geopolitics and Ideology
Mark Nicovich, William Carey University

The Military Role of Urban Soldiers in Anglo-Norman and Angevin England
Craig Nakashian, Texas A&M University, Texarkana

"Because of incest which the other of them committed": One (Newly Discovered) Papal Letter, Two Paupers, and the Third Crusade with an Example of the Penitential Qualities of Crusading in the 1190s
Kyle C. Lincoln, Kalamazoo College

W17 - Representations of Power in seventeenth-century Literature
Chair: Julien J. Simon, Indiana University East
Room: Cook Hall 236

Cervantes and Women, the Path to Empathy
Julia Leon, Independent Scholar

Hablar entre poetas: Isolation, Exclusion, and Authority in Feliciana Enríquez de Guzmán
Persephone Hernandez-Vogt, University of Michigan

Oroonoko's Inhumane Negotiations
Laurel Billings, University of Michigan

10:30 - 11:00 am Coffee

Center for Global Citizenship

11:00 am - 12:30 pm Concurrent Sessions

W21 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: Deep into the Archives: Manuscripts in lesser-known American Collections
Organizer: Joni Hand, Southeast Missouri State University
Chair: Joni Hand, Southeast Missouri State University
Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

Bound for the Midwest: Medieval and Early Modern Religious Manuscripts in the Charles Luce Harrison Collection, Kent Library, Southeast Missouri State University
Joni Hand, Southeast Missouri State University

Law and Order: Legal and Religious Texts in the Special and Rare Books Library at the University of Missouri, Columbia
Brittany Rancour, University of Missouri, Columbia (read by Anne Stanton, University of Missouri)

The Buckle of the Bible Belt: Artifacts of Southern Culture and the History of the Bible at Vanderbilt
Elizabeth Moodey, Vanderbilt University

W22 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Christians under Muslim Rule, Muslims under Christian Rule: The Thirteenth-century Levant
Organizer: Jesse W. Izzo, Quinnipiac University
Chair: Mona Jahama, University of Jordan
Room: Boileau Hall

Condominia, Communes, and Munāṣafa: Reviewing Typologies of Joint Lordship in the Crusader Levant
Ronald Braasch, Fordham University

What Happened in Damascus in 1260?
Jesse W. Izzo, Quinnipiac University

Destabilization and Strategies of Accommodation in William of Tripoli's Narratives of the Islamic Conquests
Jerermy Pearson, University of Notre Dame

Mapping the Muslim Communities in the thirteenth-century Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
Ann E. Zimo, University of New Hampshire

W23 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: The Fourth Crusade and Its Consequences
Chair: Kyle C. Lincoln, Kalamazoo College
Room: Cook Hall 234

Dominicans in Latin-Greek Debates after the Sack of Constantinople (1204)
Andrea Riedl, University of Vienna

The Holy Forgery of Bromholm
John Giebfried, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Did the Crusades Change the Byzantine Perception of Holy War?
David John Williams, University of Saint Katherine

W24 - Teaching and Transmitting the Past: Pacts, Miracles, and Virtues
Organizer: Atria Larson, Saint Louis University
Chair: Atria Larson, Saint Louis University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

How Did the Pact of ̓Umar Get Around?
Luke Yarbrough, Saint Louis University

Canon Law, Miracles, and the eleventh-century Reform Papacy
Robert Somerville, Columbia University

A Canonist Confronts the Moral Life: Paul of Hungary, OP, on Vices and Virtues
Mark Johnson, Marquette University

W25 - Celestina and Beyond: Exploring the Abject in Medieval and Early Modern Literature III
Sponsor: The Ibero-Medieval Association of America
Organizer: Ana M. Montero, Saint Louis University
Chair: Ana I. Montero, Wilamette University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

Abjection as Modernity in Celestina
Samuel Sánchez-Sánchez, Davidson College

Death and Debauchery in La Lozana Andaluza: Skeletal Motifs as Moral Warnings
Marina Schneider, Tufts University

The Virgin and the Dead in La fuerza de amor
Ryan Giles, Indiana University

W26 - In Each Individual Part of It: (A)Temporality in Word and Image
Organizer: Jonathan M. Newman, Missouri State University
Chair: Jonathan M. Newman, Missouri State University
Room: Cook Hall 236

Violence, Time, and Memory in Beowulf: The Feast Hall as Cultural Reliquary
Melissa Ridley Elmes, Lindenwood University

Chronology and Itinerary in Early Modern Accounts of Jerusalem
Mitzi Kirkland-Ives, Missouri State University

Studious Consideration and Diligent Concentration: (A)Temporality as a Tool of Devotion
John R. Decker, Pratt Institute

The Epistolary Present and the Temporality of the Medieval Letter
Jonathan M. Newman, Missouri State University

W27 - Arthurian Legend
Chair: Carol J. Williams, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Monash University
Room: Cook Hall 330

Secrets and Seduction: Female Characters and Agency in Marie de France's Lai de Lanval
Caroline Fleischauer, University of Wyoming

Healing and Harming: The Dual Nature of Feminine Magic in Malory's Morte Darthur
Katherine Ridgway, Notre Dame of Maryland University

Sarras and/or Jerusalem: The Holy Grail, the Holy Land, and Imaginary Geography
Christopher Herde, University of Louisville

12:30 - 2:30 pm Lunch

Grand Hall

2:30 - 4:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

W31 - 45th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies: The Variable Roles of Manuscript Imagery
Chair: Susan L'Engle, Saint Louis University
Room: Room: DuBourg Hall, Pere Marquette Gallery

The Micro-Genizah: Re-evaluating the Meaning of a Medieval Jewish Textual Art
Noam Sienna, University of Minnesota

Woman's Bodies: Fourteenth-Century Sites of Legitimacy
Nancy Gardner Feldman, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

The Thirteenth-Century Illuminated Parchment Mitre of Jacques de Vitry, Bishop of Acre
Lieve Watteeuw, University of Leuven, KU

W32 - Fourth International Symposium on Crusade Studies: Plenary Lecture
Room: Boileau Hall

Saladin, Generosity, and Gift Giving
Jonathan Phillips, Royal Holloway, University of London

W33 - Grey Popes? The Papacy in the Late Twelfth Century
Chair: Fr. Steve Schoenig, SJ, Saint Louis University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 171

The Grey Popes and the Commune
Katie Walkowiak, Saint Louis University

Pope Clement III versus the Almohads
Damian Smith, Saint Louis University

Grey Popes, White Monks, and Moralist Masters: Henry of Marcy and Paris in the late Twelfth Century
Jessalynn Bird, Saint Mary's College

W34 - Vice and Virtue in Edmund Spenser
Chair: W. Reginald Rampone, Jr., South Carolina State University
Room: Davis-Shaughnessy Hall 373

Spenser's Machiavellian Virtue
Andrew Wadoski, Oklahoma State University

Craving Suicide: Despaire in Spenser's The Faerie Queene
Kourtney Hake, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville

"Good desire" in the "secret darke": Sex in Spenser's and Donne's Epithalamia
Jamie Moldenhauer, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville

W35 - The Interplay of Image and Text in the Later Middle Ages
Chair: Emilie L. Bergmann, University of California, Berkeley
Room: Cook Hall 234

Dante's Visualization of the Prideful through the Allegorical Representation in the Illuminated Manuscript MS. Holkham 48
Aniello Di Iorio, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Dialectics in the Dark: Renaissance Painting Techniques and the Case for Christ's Humanity in the Religious Plays of Lucas Fernández
Michael O'Brien, Washburn University

Jan van Eyck's ΑΛϹ ΙΧΗ ΧΑΝ:Art and Eros at the Court of Philip the Good
Hetty E. Joyce, The College of New Jersey

A Woodcut Retold: Implied Ekphrasis in Garcilaso's Ode ad florem Gnidi
Timothy McCallister, Auburn University

W36 - Mobility in the sixteenth-century Spanish Empire
Chair: Thomas Renna, Saginaw Valley State University
Room: Cook Hall 236

Juana of Austria (1535-1573) and her pilgrimage to Burgos on April 1559
Victoria Bosch Moreno, Universitat Jaume I

Reshaping Space: Freedom of Movement and Travel Papers in the Early Modern Spanish Empire
Beatriz Salamanca, University College London

W37 - Aquinas and His Interpreters
Chair: Julie Swanstrom, Armstrong State University
Room: Cook Hall 330

Thomas Aquinas: The Power or Powers of the Intellectual Soul
Jack Marler, Saint Louis University

Neoplatonic Conceptual Influences on Aquinas's Theory of Secondary Causation
Julie Swanstrom, Armstrong State University

Guy of Saint-Denis: Concerning the Property and Effect or Power of the Tones
Carol J. Williams, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Monash University

4:00 - 4:30 pm Coffee

Center for Global Citizenship

4:30 - 6:00 pm Plenary Session

Cook Hall Auditorium

Emperor Charles V and Me: From Documents to Digits
Geoffrey Parker, The Ohio State University

6:00 - 7:30 pm Wine Reception

Center for Global Citizenship
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University

6:30 - 8:30 pm Dinner

Grand Hall

7:00 - 9:00 pm International Symposium on Crusade Studies Banquet

Location: Sinquefield Stateroom, DuBourg Hall
The Society on Crusades Studies at Saint Louis University invites all participants in the International Symposium on Crusade Studies to join us for a chance to socialize on the closing night of the Symposium. There will be a cocktail hour beginning at 7:00, followed by dinner. The menu has been set: Filet Mignon with Truffle Butter and Pistachio-crusted Halibut with Chardonnay Beurre Blanc; or Quinoa-stuffed Tomatoes with Fingerling Potatoes and Sauteed Asparagus. Please email smrs@slu.edu with your menu preference. The cost of the banquet is $65.00 and pre-registration is required at the time you register for the Symposium.

THURSDAY JUNE 21, 2018

7:30 - 10:00 am Breakfast

Grand Hall

8:00 - 12:00pm Check-out

All guests must return room keys to the front desk of Fusz Hall by noon.