samedi 2 mai 2015

Les sessions d'histoire de la médecine au congrès international des études médiévales

History of Medicine Sessions 

50th International Congress on Medieval Studies of Kalamazoo – 2015

May, 14-17th

Medieval Institute
College of Arts and Sciences
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI

The full program and details can be found at

Thursday, 10am 

The Seven-Hundredth Anniversary of the Great European Famine, 1315–2015 
Session 10 - Fetzer1010

Sponsor: Medieval Association for Rural Studies (MARS)
Organizer: Philip Slavin, Univ. of Kent
Presider: William Chester Jordan, Princeton Univ.

The Great European Famine, 1315–21: Malthusian Trap or Ecological Crisis?
Philip Slavin

The Other Famine: Climate Change in the Fourteenth-Century Mediterranean
Marie A. Kelleher, California State Univ.–Long Beach

Climate and Famine in Denmark 1311–1319
Nils Hybel, Københavns Univ.

Famine, City Politics, and Communication in Fourteenth-Century Valencia
Adam Franklin-Lyons, Marlboro College

Disability in Medieval Saints’ Lives
Session 18 - Schneider1140

Sponsor: Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages
Organizer: Joshua R. Eyler, Rice Univ.
Presider: Joshua R. Eyler

Modleast in Aelfric’s Saints’ Lives
Andrew M. Pfrenger, Kent State Univ.–Salem

Disability in the Cults of the Saints
Karen Bruce Wallace, Ohio State Univ.

Mental Disabilities and the Saint
Kisha G. Tracy, Fitchburg State Univ.

Martyrdom, Aberrance, and the Very Special Dead in Lydgate’s Lives of Saints Edmund and Fremund
Leah Pope, Univ. of Wisconsin–Madison

Bodies that Matter I: Miracles, Manuscripts, and Medicine
Session 34 - Bernhard 205

Sponsor: Institute for Medieval Research, Univ. of Nottingham
Organizer: Christina Lee, Institute for Medieval Research, Univ. of Nottingham
Presider: Christopher King, Institute for Medieval Research, Univ. of Nottingham

Daemons and Aliens: Supernatural Occurrences in Early Byzantine Plague Narratives
Scott Hieger, Univ. of Dallas

Treating Infection in the Middle English Translation of Bernard of Gordon’s Lilium medicinae
Erin Connelly, Univ. of Nottingham

Our Bodies, Our Elves: Exploring Shifting Medical Realities with the Anglo-Saxons 

Sponsor: Rossell Hope Robbins Library, Univ. of Rochester
Organizer: Pamela M. Yee, Univ. of Rochester
Presider: Pamela M. Yee
Erin E. Sweany, Indiana Univ.–Bloomington

Labor Pains: Writing about Childbirth in Middle English
Amanda C. Barton, St. Louis Univ.

“The Growynge of the Toode”: Nero’s Pregnancy and Gendered Knowledge in Late Medieval England
Alaya Swann, Blinn College

Heavenly Bodies: Visualizing Medieval Astrological Medicine with the Folded Almanac Wellcome MS 40
Adrienne Albright, Independent Scholar

Saturday, May 16

1:30–3:00 p.m.

Evidence of Bodies in Medieval and Renaissance England: Wombs, Wounds, and Words I
Session 428 - Schneider 1280

Sponsor: Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association
Organizer: Jennifer McNabb, Western Illinois Univ.
Presider: Thomas P. Klein, Idaho State Univ.

Dismemberment as Judicial Punishment in Tenth- to Twelfth-Century England: An Examination of the Changing Practices of Decapitation, the Removal of Limbs, and Castration across the Norman Conquest
Alyxandra Mattison, Univ. of Sheffield

Women’s Bodies as Evidence: Somatic Anxiety surrounding the Uterus and Vagina in the High Middle Ages
Ginger L. Smoak, Univ. of Utah

Bringing Up the Bodies: Evidence in Late Medieval and Renaissance English Church Courts
Jennifer McNabb

Bodies of Evidence: Relieving Wounded Soldiers in Early Modern England
Abby E. Lagemann, Univ. of Colorado–Boulder

“In how mich it is more openly taghte”: Henry Daniel and the Early Vernacularization of English Medicine
Session 430 - Schneider 1325

Organizer: Sarah Star, Univ. of Toronto
Presider: Sarah Star

The Vernacularization of Medical Discourse in Henry Daniel’s Herbal
Jake Walsh Morrissey, Trent Univ.

Henry Daniel and the Writing of Medical Case Histories
Jessica Henderson, Centre for Medieval Studies, Univ. of Toronto

Persuasion in Henry Daniel’s Preface to Liber uricrisiarum: Metadiscourse Meets Medieval Medicine

Martti Mäkinen, Hanken School of Economics

Respondent: M. Teresa Tavormina, Michigan State Univ.

Saturday, May 16
3:30–5:00 p.m.

Comparative Literature
Session 453 - Valley III, Stinson 303

Presider: Betsy Bowden, Rutgers Univ.–Camden

Medical Notions of Conception and Literary Production: Conflict and Creativity in the Islamic and Christian “Art of Love”
Jennifer Wynne Hellwarth, Allegheny College

Translation as Exposure: How the Middle English Sir Tristrem and the Medieval Greek Old Knight Embarrass Their Sources
Thomas H. Crofts III, East Tennessee State Univ.

Outlaw Persons, Outlaw States: Perspectives from Medieval Britain and Central Asia
Alexander C. Wolfe, Independent Scholar

Phantom Limb: The Presence of the Problem of Pain in the Works of C. S. Lewis
Session 461 - Valley I, Shilling Lounge

Sponsor: C. S. Lewis Society, Purdue Univ.; Center for the Study of C. S. Lewis and Friends, Taylor Univ.
Organizer: Joe Ricke, Taylor Univ.
Presider: Grace Tiffany, Western Michigan Univ.

The Problem of Pain in Perelandra
Audrey Schaffner, Abilene Christian Univ.

“A Brutal Surgery from Without”: Freud, Healing, and The Pilgrim’s Regress
Chris Jensen, Florida State Univ.

“O Felix Culpa”: C. S. Lewis’s Understanding of the Fall into Sin in The Problem of Pain and Perelandra , with Special Reference to His Medieval Sources

Laura Smit, Calvin College

The Problem of Animal Pain in C. S. Lewis
Edwin Woodruff-Tait, Independent Scholar

Gower and Medicine
Session 469 - Fetzer 2016

Sponsor: Gower Project
Organizer: Eve Salisbury, Western Michigan Univ.
Presider: Georgiana Donavin, Westminster College

Unconfessing Gender: The Medicalization of Sin in Gower’s Confessio amantis
M. W. Bychowski, George Washington Univ.

Broken Mirroring and Traumatic Recollection in the Confessio amantis
Jenny Boyar, Univ. of Rochester

A Medical “Middel Weie”: Cerymon’s Interactive Healing in the Confessio amantis
Sarah Gillette, Western Michigan Univ.

“So schalt thou double hele finde”: Narrative Medicine in Gower’s Confessio amantis
Pamela M. Yee, Univ. of Rochester

Evidence of Bodies in Medieval and Renaissance England: Wombs, Wounds, and Words II
Session 487 - Schneider 1280

Sponsor: Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association
Organizer: Jennifer McNabb, Western Illinois Univ.
Presider: Jennifer McNabb

Troilus’s Wounded Heart: Blood and Phlebotomy Metaphors in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde
Rachel Levinson-Emley, Univ. of California–Santa Barbara

The Maternal Anxiety of Chaucer’s Prioress
Samantha Demmerle, Indiana Univ.–Bloomington

Never Nude: The Fallen Body of Christ and the Chester Passion
Gretchen York, Univ. of Virginia

Moving Women, Moving Objects I
Sunday, May 17 - 8:30–10:00 a.m.
Session 532 - Schneider 1220

Sponsor: International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA)
Organizer: Tracy Chapman Hamilton, Sweet Briar College, and Mariah Proctor- Tiffany, California State Univ.–Long Beach
Presider: Tracy Chapman Hamilton and Mariah Proctor-Tiffany

Heresy, Conversion, and a Gift for a Queen: Raymond de Béziers’ Kalila (BnF MS Latin 8504) and Queen Jeanne de Navarre
Amanda Luyster, College of the Holy Cross

Following the Path of a Late Medieval Illustrated Health Guide
Jennifer Borland, Oklahoma State Univ.–Stillwater

Translatio and Translation in Jeanne II of Navarre’s Picture Bible (NYPL Spence Coll. MS 22)
Julia Finch, Morehead State Univ.

Imagery in Medieval Herbals
Sunday, May 17  - 10:30 a.m.–noon
Session 550 - Fetzer 1060

Organizer: Dominic Olariu, Kunstgeschichtliches Institut, Philipps-Univ. Marburg
Presider: Dominic Olariu

Shifting Production Paradigms in the Illustration of Herbals between Antiquity and Middle Ages
Andrew Griebeler, Univ. of California–Berkeley

Revealed in It and Yet Concealed in It: Divine Presence and Visual Rhetoric of the Early Modern Herbal
Andrea Meyer Ludowisy, Univ. of London

Illustrating Gart der Gesundheit of 1485
Mayumi Ikeda, Keio Univ.

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