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Midwest Medieval History Conference

Fiftieth Annual


University of Missouri, Kansas City


President: Linda Mitchell, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Abigail Firey, University of Kentucky
Steven Stofferahn, Indiana State University
Treasurer: Martin Arbagi, Wright State University
CARA Representative:
Amy Livingstone, Wittenberg University
Councilors:  Alex Novikoff, Rhodes College; Laura Wertheimer, Cleveland State University
Program Chair:
Christian Raffensperger, Wittenberg University
International Congress Session Organizer:
C. Matthew Phillips, Concordia University, Nebraska

Reframing the Middle Ages:
New Ideas and Conceptions of Geography,
Chronology, Gender, and Ideology

The fiftieth annual meeting of the Midwest Medieval History Conference will be held on the campus of the University of Missouri - Kansas City on October 28-29, 2011.

This year's meeting is centered on the theme of "Reframing the Middle Ages." Although traditional conceptions of the middle ages have been challenged in recent years, especially in regard to issues such as gender and religion, other areas have been untouched. This conference will reach beyond traditional definitions of the middle ages in a broad variety of areas, including geography, chronology, gender, and ideology to attempt to create a new way of conceptualizing what it means to be medieval.

The conference will commence on Friday afternoon with graduate student papers. Saturday will feature scholarly papers on a range of topics, as well as a keynote address by Joel T. Rosenthal, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, SUNY Stony Brook.

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