“Persecution, Punishment and Purgatory in the Long Middle Ages” – Grad Student Conference, Nov. 7, 2014

10th Annual Graduate Student Conference in Medieval Studies

Persecution, Punishment and Purgatory in the Long Middle Ages

November 7, 2014
Graduate Center – CUNY
Room 9205

9:30 — Registration

10:00 — Panel one
Esther Bernstein “Enmity and Amity: The Ambivalent Nature of Medieval Jewish-Christian Religious Borrowings”
David Heayn “Urban Violence: Riot Culture and Dynamics in Late Antique Eastern Mediterranean Cities”
Nicolas Bergamo “The Constantine V persecution: ‘Building a new imperial elite'”
Moderator: Clare Wilson

11:30 — Panel two
Sian Webb “Untitled”
Rachel Wagner “Acting Like Jesus: St. Margaret of Ypres’s Holy Performance”
Moderator: Jennifer Alberghini

12:30 — Lunch break

1:30 — Roundtable
Jay Gates
Christopher Leydon
Lauren Mancia
Haruko Momma
Moderator: David Greetham

3:30 — Panel three
Deidre Riley “Purgatories of the Mind:  Punishment and Self-Knowledge in Robert of Cisyle”
Rebecca Fullan “Untitled”
Kristen Streahle “E bem cavalca a guiza de barone: Elena the Executioner”
Moderator: Chad Turner

This event is co-sponsored by the Pearl Kibre Medieval Study, the Doctoral Students’ Council, the Medieval Studies Certificate Program, the Henri Peyre French Institute, the French Department, the English Department, the Comparative Literature Department, and the Music Department.

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One Response to “Persecution, Punishment and Purgatory in the Long Middle Ages” – Grad Student Conference, Nov. 7, 2014

  1. Clare Wilson says:

    After the conference, grab a bite to eat, run around the block to see Crusade Bible at the Morgan, and come back to the GC for Medieval Club of NY.

    http://www.themorgan.org/exhibitions/Crusader-Bible
    http://medievalclubofnewyork.blogspot.com/2014/10/uta-ayala-82511-new-blogger-editor-has.html

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