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UCSB Program in Medieval Studies
announces its
Medieval Studies Winter Conference
Cultural Conflicts and Collaborations in the Middle Ages

Saturday, January 31, 2004
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
McCune Conference Room, 6th Floor HSSB

battle and scribe

Schedule of Speakers
Click titles for abstracts.

9:00am
Coffee, fruit, baked goods

9:15-9:30
Welcome

9:30-10:15
Patricia Clare Ingham
Associate Professor, Department of English, Indiana University
Medieval Alterity

10:15-10:30
Lisa R. Lampert
UC San Diego, Response

10:30-10:45
Break

10:45-11:30
E. Jane Burns
L. M. Slifkin Distinguished Term Professor of Women’s Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Saracen Silk and the Virgin's chemise at Chartres Cathedral: Cultural Crossings in Cloth

11:30-11:45
Sharon Kinoshita
UC Santa Cruz, Response

11:45-1:00
Lunch. Buffet provided for all registrants

1:00-1:45
Annemarie Weyl Carr
University Distinguished Professor of Art History, Division of Art History, Southern Methodist University
Crusader Cyprus: Forms of Confluence in a Complex Land

1:45-2:00
Debra Blumenthal
UC Santa Barbara, Response

2:00-2:15
Break

2:15-3:00
Steven A. Epstein
Ahmanson-Murphy Distinguished Professor of Medieval History, Department of History, University of Kansas
Faithless Franks and Complex Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean

3:00-3:15
Sharon Farmer
UC Santa Barbara, Response

3:15-3:30
Break

3:30-4:15
Panel of Presenters and Repondents

 

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