September 26 @ University of Pennsylvania Organizer: Lynn Ransom, University of Pennsylvania Speakers:
Erik Knibbs (University of Pennsylvania), "The First Seven Miracles Performed by Aldhelm of Malmesbury"
Martin Foys (Drew University), "The Digital Mappaemundi Project: Making the World more than Word"
Round-table Discussion with Kathleen E. Kennedy (Penn State University-Brandywine) & Paul Patterson (St. Joseph's University) on "Reforming the Reformation of the Book: A Report on the recent NEH Seminar 'Reformation of the Book'"
December 12 @ Princeton University Organizer: Matt Shoaf, Ursinus College Speakers:
Colum Hourihane (Index of Christian Art), "The Irish High Crosses - A New Interpretation"
Emily Zazulia (University of Pennsylvania), "Corps contre corps, voix contre voix: Conflicting Codes of Discourse in the Late Fifteenth-Century Combinative Chanson" WINNER OF THE GRADUATE STUDENT PAPER PRIZE
Robert Hollander (Princeton University), "Dante's Problematic Cato the Younger: Purgatory I& II"
February 21 @ Bryn Mawr College Topic: Translatio and Translation in Medieval Europe Organizer: Ellie Truit, Bryn Mawr College Speakers:
Maud McInerney (Haverford College), "Hector in the Alabaster Chamber: Translating History in the Medieval Troy Story"
Jennifer Borland (Oklahoma State University and Penn Humanities Forum), "Accessing Health in the Regime du corps"
Jamie Taylor (Bryn Mawr College), "From Mouth to Page: William Langland's Testimonial Book"
Nicholas Watson (Harvard University), "Work in Progress: The Thirteenth-Century Pastoral Revolution and the Making of Lay Identity"
April 17 @ Temple University Organizer: Montserrat Piera, Temple University Speakers:
Susan Einbinder (Hebrew College), "Seeing the Blind: On Misreadings of the Medieval Jewish Past"
Ronald Surtz (Princeton University), "The Perils of Female Writing in Late Medieval Valencia"
Kathleen Biddick (Temple University), "Dead Neighbors: The Sovereignty of Miracles"