Category Archives: Conference Work

‘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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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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“Identity and integration in Atlantic Europe”— Dr. Lauryn Mayer and Dr Santiago Barreiro

September 16 at 7pm (BRT). The talk will be live on youtube, and is part of the larger conference V Encontro Internacional Fronteiras e Identidades. If you are interested in watching and participating please fill the registration form. 

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CFP: ISSM at Kalamazoo

As we near the 15 September deadline for presentation submissions for the 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo 2022, held virtually 9-14 May), please consider submitting to the two ISSM sponsored sessions. Presenters will be encouraged to refine their presentations … Continue reading

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CFP: Medievalism in East Asia – I: From Printed Story-Worlds to Digital Role-Playing Games

We are extending the deadline to submit proposals to the Mutual Images 9th International Workshop, organised in collaboration with the Digital Curation Lab at the University of Salford (Manchester, UK). The new deadline has been set to the 27th of September. MEDIEVALISM IN EAST ASIA—I: FROM PRINTED STORY-WORLDS TO DIGITAL ROLE-PLAYING GAMES University of … Continue reading

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