I have just finished filling out the paperwork for the
medieval-religion sessions at Kalamazoo 2001, and it looks
like we have a couple of great sessions on our hands:

Jews and Christians: Images, Stereotypes, Confrontations:
Phyllis G. Jestice, "Bloody Hosts and Sin-Stained Jews: The
Spread of Eucharistic Miracles Before the Year 1000"
Patricia McGurk, "A Cathar Caricature of the
Judeo-Christian Tradition in Gottfried's _Tristan_?"
Steven Bednarski, "_Haec sunt lapides_: Jewish-Christian
Relations in a Mixed Provencal Town at the End of the
Middle Ages (1340-1403)"

Practices of Death and Burial:
Sarah Hamilton, "Rites for the Dying at the Time of the
Gregorian Reform"
Wendy Reardon, "The Medieval Papal Burial: Boniface VIII"
Amy Appleford, "Women Religious, Bourgeois Piety, and _The
Book of the Craft of Dying_: Implications of Shared Audience"

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you
who sent abstracts and provided advice and encouragement,
especially George Ferzoco, who is really the uncredited
co-organizer of these sessions.

Hope to see you all at Kalamazoo.