First

May 4, 1963

Southern Illinois University
at Carbondale


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Program

THE MIDWEST MEDIAEVAL CONFERENCE

Saturday, May 4, 1963
Morris Library Auditorium

 

MORNING SESSION

Presiding: L. R. Shelby

 9:15 A.M.  Registration and Coffee: Library
            Auditorium

10:00 A.M.  Welcome: Dr. William J. McKeefery,
            Dean of Academic Affairs, Southern
            Illinois University

10:15 A.M.  MONASTICISM AND CHURCH REFORM IN THE
            EARLY MIDDLE AGES

            New Views on the Origins of
            Christian Monasticism
               Richard E. Sullivan, Michigan
               State University

            Church, Reform, and Renaissance in
            the Early Middle Ages
               Karl Morrison, University of
               Minnesota

12:00 A.M.  Luncheon: University Center, River
            Rooms
               Brief Business Meeting

 

AFTERNOON SESSION

Presiding: James M Powell

 2:00 P.M.   THE IMPACT OF RESEARCH ON THE
             TEACHING OF MEDIAEVAL HISTORY

             New Directions in the History of
             the Crusades
                James Brundage, University of
                Wisconsin-Milwaukee

             Teaching in the Mediaeval
             University
                Lowrie J. Daly, S.J., Saint
                Louis University

             A New Emphasis in Mediaeval English
             History
                Arthur R. Hogue, Indiana
                University

 4:30 P.M.   Social Hour (Hosted by the
             Department of History, Southern
             Illinois University): Faculty Club

 6:15 P.M.   Dinner: University Center, River
             Rooms

 

EVENING SESSION

Presiding: Richard E. Sullivan

 7:30 P.M.   THE DONATION OF CONSTANTINE AT
             BYZANTIUM
                Paul Alexander, University of
                Michigan


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