Category: Kalamazoo

  • Call for Papers – Kalamazoo 2023

    The International Marie de France Society is pleased to announce that we will sponsor three sessions at the International Congress on Medieval Studies, to be held in hybrid format, May 11-13, 2023 at Western Michigan University. For more information on the Congress, visit the Congress website. All proposals must be submitted through the Congress Portal […]

  • Kalamazoo 2022 – Papers of Interest

    The following papers are of interest to members of the Society. Did we accidentally miss you in the program? Please let us know. S48 – Monday, May 9, 3:00 pm EDT“‘By my faith’: Eliduc as Metaphysical Magical Realism”Aaron Richard Kestle, Yale Univ S123 – Tuesday, May 10, 5:00 pm EDT“The Vie Seinte Audrée: A Cross-Cultural […]

  • Kalamazoo 2021 – Papers of Interest

    The following papers and panels at Kalamazoo 2021 are of interest to scholars of Marie de France. All of these papers/panels are available as recordings, except for those marked with an asterisk (*). If we missed your paper, email Tamara Caudill. Monday, May 10, 2021 | 9am EDTSession 7: Queer, Trans, Ace, and Beyond ISponsor: […]

  • Call for Papers – Kalamazoo 2021

    The International Marie de France Society is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring three sessions for the International Congress on Medieval Studies to be held at Western Michigan University from May 13-15. Abstracts and queries should be sent to Dr. Simonetta Cochis, scochis@transy.edu, no later than September 15, 2020. Food and Furnishings: The Domestic in Marie […]

  • Call for Papers: IMFS @ ICMS 2020 (Kalamazoo)

    The International Marie de France Society is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring three sessions for the International Congress on Medieval Studies to be held at Western Michigan University from May 7-10. Abstracts and queries should be sent to Dr. Simonetta Cochis, scochis@transy.edu, no later than September 15, 2019. Food and Furnishings: The Domestic in Marie […]

  • Kalamazoo 2018 Panels of Interest

    Thursday 10:30 a.m., Bernhard 205 Session 34: Old French Literature I  Presider: Christine Chism, Univ. of California–Los Angeles Two Kings, Two Cuckolds, and the Meaning of Love in Marie de France’s Equitan Sarah Kooienga, Grand Valley State Univ. Discovering the Ship in Marie de France’s Guigemar Yue Chen Hou, McMaster Univ. The Sensory Perception and […]

  • CFP for ICMS 2018, Kalamazoo, Michigan

    The International Marie de France Society will sponsor three panels for the International Congress on Medieval Studies, to be held on the campus of Western Michigan University, May 10-13, 2018. Abstracts must be received by the session organizer, Tamara Bentley Caudill (tcaudil1@ju.edu), by September 15, 2017. New for 2018: Graduate Students who participate as panelists […]

  • Panels and Papers of Note for Kalamazoo 2017

    In advance of the International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 11-14, 2017, here is a list of papers and panels of interest to IMFS members. Speakers with asterisks are also members of the Society. Session 372, Saturday 10:00 a.m., Schneider 1280 — Teaching Marie de France (A Roundtable): A roundtable discussion with Dorothy Gilbert […]

  • Call for Papers: CFP for Kalamazoo 2017

    The International Marie de France Society will sponsor three panels for the International Congress on Medieval Studies, to be held on the campus of Western Michigan University, May 11-14, 2017. Abstracts must be received by the session organizer, Tamara Bentley Caudill (tcaudil1@ju.edu), by September 15, 2016. Note: You do not have to be a member […]

  • Highlights from Kzoo Sneak Peak!

    The Kalamazoo Sneak Peak is now available online! Some highlights for scholars of Marie de France are as follows: Friday, 1:30 PM: Session 249 Unwilling Wives: Doon, Melian, and Bisclavret, Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner, Boston College Friday,  3:30PM: Session 298 Marie de France: A Case Study of Cultural Shift and Literary Motherhood, Kimberly Tate Anderson, Florida […]

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