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! — https://wmich.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/u434/2021/medieval-program-2021.pdf