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Haskins Society at Kalamazoo 2018


The Haskins Society is proud to be sponsoring a session for the 53rd International Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo (10–13 May 2018). Our panel is #328 in the Conference Program (p.110), scheduled for Friday at 3:30.


We are continuing our support for the theme of “New Voices in Medieval History” and thus, the panel features papers by early career scholars (graduate students, untenured faculty, and independent scholars), all of whom are eligible for the Society's Denis Bethell Prize.


91:  New Voices in Medieval History (in
Organizer: Nicholas Paul, Fordham University
Nicholas Paul, Fordham University

  • "Se Dius n'eüst sour tiere tramis frere Robiert...":  The Inquisitor Poem La chante-pleure (1235-1239): A New Source on Robert le Bougre?
    Viola Mariotti, Université de Poitiers
  • The Monk's Quill is Mightier than the Earl's Sword: The De Laude Cestrie and Medieval Chestrian Political Identity
    Stephen Powell, Fordham University

  • Sonic Exorcism: The Bell as Object of Purification in the Ninth-Century Polemic of Eulogius and Albar of Cordoba
    Kevin Vogelaar, Fordham University

  • Bonizo of Sutri and the Religious Justification of War
    Eduoardo Fabbro, McGill University

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