Medieval Association of the Midwest

MAM at the International Congress for Medieval Studies (ICMS)
(Kalamazoo, Michigan)

Alongside MAM's annual Fall meeting, the ICMS in May every year at Kalamazoo, Michigan, is the other premier opportunity for the Association's members to gather and exchange their stories. MAM holds two meetings: one for the executive council and one for the general membership (the "business" meeting). The business meeting offers a venue where those interested can learn about the Association's activities and plans, as well as to introduce ideas their own ideas for future MAM gatherings. At the meeting we hear about future MAM conferences, updates on the previous conference, as well as initiatives to bring the membership together electronically.

Remember, too, that papers given at MAM sessions can be considered for publication in Enarratio.

MAM is sponsoring six sessions at ICMS 2019: The Medieval "Canon" in the Early British Literature Survey (A Roundtable), The Medieval in Children's Literature, Queyntes, Cuckolds, and Handsy Clerks: Toxic Masculinity and Medieval Bro Culture, Interpretive Impasses and the Pearl Poet, Nevertheless, She Resisted: Centering Female Will and Consent in Medieval Literature, and Lawless Justice or Lawful Injustice? 

Questions about MAM's program at the ICMS may be directed to the Convener of conferences: Alison Langdon.

The Medieval Association of the Midwest (MAM) is a non-profit association of scholars devoted to the study of the Middle Ages. For more information, contact the website editor, Matthew Heintzelman.

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