Art History Grad Students and Alumni Rock the ICMS Kalamazoo!

Join us for the many papers presented by the CWRU graduate students and alumni at the International Congress for Medieval Studies!

Monday, May 10, 3 PM: Reed O’Mara, “‘The voice is the voice of Jacob, but the hands are the hands of Esau’: Reception, Deception, and the Senses in 14-Century Illustrated Haggadot”

Tuesday, May 11, 7 PM: Ben Levy, “Illuminating the Darkness: Depictions of the Plague of Darkness in Medieval Illustrated Sephardic Haggadot”

Tuesday, May 11, 7 PM: Julia LaPlaca (MA, 2020), “The Multivalent Pastoral: Animal Bodies in the Golden Haggadah”

Wednesday, May 12, 9 AM: Aimee Caya, “‘For our soul is humbled down to the dust’: The Hamsterley Brass and the Art of Dying Well in Late Medieval England”

Friday, May 14, 9 AM: Kristen Herdman (MA, 2016), “Image, Text, Control: Articulating Tensions in Medingen Prayer Books”

See the full program here! —