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FW: [Fwd: Conference Announcement: Gender and Conflict in the Middle Ages]

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"John Arnold" <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear All
I suspect that the following conference announcement will be of interest to
the list
cheers
john

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Subject: Conference Announcement: Gender and Conflict in the Middle Ages
Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 11:36:41 +0000
From: cb127 <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]

The annual conference of the Gender and Medieval Studies Group will take
place in York, U.K., 5th-7th January 2001 on the theme of Gender and
Conflict.

The deadline for registration is 1 December 2000.

A conference programme is given below or for more details see:

http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~imd104/


PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

Friday 5th January 2001

1pm                REGISTRATION K/133
1.45pm             INTRODUCTION

All sessions (a) will take place in K/133 and all sessions (b) will take
place in K/G33

2-3.30pm          Session 1

Session 1a : Language, Comedy and Conflicts

Paul Price (Bristol), 'A Case of Gender Conflict Avoided: The
Magnaminous Cuckold in the Tale of Sir Corneus'

Jeanelle Barrett (Tarleton State), 'Sticks and Stones: The Conflict
between Language and Sexism in Chaucer's Humor'

Mari Pakkala Weckström (Helsinki), 'The Rise and Fall of the Faithful
Wife; Chaucer's Griselda and Dorigen seen through Dialogue'


Session 1b: Dynastic Struggles and Familial Relationships

Kirsten McMillan, (Liverpool), 'A Story of Conflicts: the Origins of
Conquest in the Gesta Regum Anglorum'

Natasha Hodgson (Hull), 'Perceptions of Wives in Historical Narratives
of the Crusades'

Sue Niebrzydowski (Warwick), 'Damned Dowagers: The Representation of
Queen Mothers in Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale'


3.30-4pm           TEA


4-5pm                Session 2    Women and Clerical Culture    K/133

Gillian Overing (Wake Forest) and Clare A. Lees (Oregon), 'The Clerics
and the Critics: Women and Rhetoric in
Anglo-Saxon England'


7.00pm              RECEPTION

7.30pm              DINNER


Saturday 6th January 2001

9-10.30am         Session 3

Session 3a: Brothers in arms or Brothers at arms?

Lachlan Mead (Oxford), '"Mon al hym one": Conflicting Modes of
Association and Violence in Sir Gawain and the
Green Knight'

Matthew Howard (Oxford), '"A surance sworn in broderhode": Fraternal
Affinity and the Evasion of Conflict
within Fifteenth-Century Metrical Romance'

Joseph A. Campana, (Cornell), 'Dorigen's "Vitaille" Poetics'


Session 3b: Crossing the Boundaries

Janet Gilbert (Cambridge), 'Sign of Social Stigma or Space for Female
Sexuality? Aspects of the morena in the Spanish Traditional Lyric'

Anke Bernau (Cardiff), 'Matters of the Heart: Hermaphrodites, Hyenas and
Metaphor'

Jonathan Walker (Illinois), '"Trans-Discursiveness" and Transvestite
Sainthood; or, How to make the Gendered
Form fit the Generic Function'


10.30-11am         COFFEE


11-12.20pm         Session 4      Masculinities: Strengths and
Weaknesses       K/133

Guy Halsall (Birkbeck), 'The Ways of Warriors: Warfare, Violence and
Masculinity in the Early Medieval West'

Sharon Farmer (California), 'Poor Men, the Stigma of Poverty, and the
Burdens of Masculinity'


12.30-1.30pm      LUNCH


1.30-3pm          Session 5

Session 5a:        Regal Representations

Catherine E. Karkov (Miami), 'Art and Politics: Emma / Ælfygfu and the
Image of the Queen'

Katherine J. Lewis (Huddersfield), 'Edmund of East Anglia and Henry VI:
Virginity and the Conflicts of Saintly Kingship'

Diana Dunn (Chester), 'Margaret of Anjou, the Warlike Queen:  the Making
of a Reputation'


Session 5b:     Place and Space

Denise Ryan (Canberra and Leeds), 'Herod's Law: Sovereignty and Trespass
in the Coventry Shearmen and Taylors' Pageant'

Helen Fulton (Sydney), 'The Feminine Town in Chivalric Literature'

Marina Vidas (Copenhagen), 'Gender and Conflict in Florentine Paintings
made for Weddings, 1380-1450'


3-3.30pm             TEA


3.30-4.50pm        Session 6      Sexual Conflicts          K/133:

Nicola McDonald (York), 'Violence and the Gender of Space in an
Illuminated Confessio Amantis (Pierpont Morgan
Library M126)'

Helen Cooper (Oxford), 'Desirable Desire: Rethinking Female Sexuality'


4.50pm               BUSINESS MEETING OF THE GENDER AND MEDIEVAL STUDIES
GROUP
                           K/133

7.00pm               DINNER

9.30pm               DISCUSSION


Sunday 7th January 2001


9-10am           Session 7

Session 7a:  Writers, Readers and Responses

Emma Campbell (King's College, London), 'Separating the Saints From the
Boys: Reading Gender Conflict in the Vie de Saint Alexis'

Jacqueline Jenkins (Calgary), '"O blyssyd obedyence!": Authority and
Control in Bokenham's Legendys of Hooly
 Wummen'


Session 7b: Policing Gender Roles

Miriam Müller (Birmingham), 'Violence and the Use of the Hue and Cry in
the Fourteenth-Century Community; revealing Attitudes to Gender'

Derek Neal (McGill), 'Masculinity, Reputation and Conflict in the Law
Courts of Late Medieval England'


10-10.30am          COFFEE


10.30-11.50am     Session 8          Conflicts in the Church
Courts          K/133

Jeremy Goldberg (York), 'Gender and Litigation: the Evidence of the York
Consistory in the Later Middle Ages'

Shannon McSheffrey (Concordia), 'Priests Behaving Badly: Clerical Sexual
Misconduct in Fifteenth-Century London'


12-1pm             Session 9

Session 9a: The Spectacle of Violence

Merrall Llewelyn Price (Alabama), 'Holy Violence: Felons, Martyrs, and
the Virgin Mary'

Robert Mills (Cambridge), 'Battle of the Sexes? Punishment as a
Hermeneutic in Medieval Martyrdom Iconography'


Session 9b: Women Writing Gender

Lara Hinchberger (Toronto), 'Reading Rebellion: Gendering the Revolt of
Liudolf of Swabia in Tenth-Century German Histories'

Wanda G. Klee (Marburg), 'Violent (wo)men in Christine de Pizan's Le
Livre de la Cité des Dames'


1pm         LUNCH

2pm         End of Conference


For more information contact Cordelia Beattie ([log in to unmask]) or
Isabel Davis ([log in to unmask]).

There is an online registration form at:

http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~imd104/

(deadline 1 December 2000)



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