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Fire and Fear: Witches in History and the Identities of Today

The table will feature Gwendolyne Knight, Louise Kallestrup, and Ronal Hutton and will take place on November 3rd at 3 pm BRT (UTC-3). Registration and more info by replying to this email or to: medieval.unimontes@gmail.com The recording will also be available on YouTube.

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Executive Board Self-Nomination Now Open!

Self-nominations are needed for each of the below: ~~Executive Officer of Communications ~~Executive Officer of Presentations ~~Executive Officer of Finance ~~Conference Coordinator ~~Communications Coordinator ~~Precariat Faculty and Independent Scholars Representative ~~Student Representative Nominations URL: https://medievalisms.org/7nov2021form/ (Information about each role is … Continue reading

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‘The New New Knighthood? – The Knights Templar in Memes and Manifestos’—Brian Egede-Pedersen

On October 7th at 4 pm BRT(UTC-3), medievalist Brian Egede-Pedersen (Nykøbing Katedralskole, Denmark) will be joining us in our online group (GEHM – Unimontes) here in Brazil with a talk/presentation titled: ‘The New New Knighthood? – The Knights Templar in … Continue reading

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CALL FOR PAPERS: STUDIES IN MEDIEVALISM XXXII: MEDIEVALISM IN PLAY

From Renaissance satires of courtly love, through Victorian jousts, to Arthurian video games, medievalism has often been central to play, and play has often been central to medievalism. Sometimes the Middle Ages serve as mere background or framework for play … Continue reading

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36th Annual Conference on Medievalism

We are excited to announce that registration for the 36th Annual Conference on Medievalism is now open! “Medievalism Today” November 4-6, 2021 Hosted by Delta College (online via Zoom)   The fee is $30 for tenure-track faculty / free for … Continue reading

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