Loyola University, Chicago
President: Lowry J. Daly, S.J., Saint Louis University
Midwest Medieval History Conference
Saturday, October 23, 1965
Presiding: Leonard Boyle, O.P., Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
9:30 A.M. Registration
Welcome: Richard A. Matré, Dean, Graduate School,
"The Epistemology of Bernard of Clairvaux"
"The Ruler as Intellectual in the Byzantine Tradition"
Presiding Lowrie J. Daly, S.J., Conference President, Saint Louis
Presiding: Harold S. Fink, University of Tennessee
P.M. "The Franciscan Moroccan Martyrs
of 1220 and the Fifth
"Rediscovering the Third Estate"
"The Individual and the State in a Medieval Commune:
4:30 P.M. Social Hour--Presidents Room
Presiding: Lowrie J. Daly, S.J., Saint Louis University
6:15 P.M. Dinner--Georgetown Room
P.M. "Some Animadversions of
Conference Information Letter
All sessions of the Conference will be held in the University Center. This is the building at Rush and Pearson Avenues, west of the main structure on the Loyola Downtown Campus, Lewis Towers, whose address is 820 N. Michigan Avenue. The old stone Water Tower in front of Lewis Towers is the local landmark. If you drive into Chicago via expressways, the closest approach is the Ohio Street Exit of the Kennedy Expressway, which will then take you eastward for a half dozen or so blocks to Michigan Avenue at 600 North.
Lodging. No lodging is available under university auspices. Arrangements must be made directly and immediately with the hotel of your choice. The following are in close proximity to the university.
Meals. Advance reservations are necessary for the Conference luncheon and dinner. Please complete the enclosed reservation form and return it before October 20, even if you do not want the meal reservations.
Time. Note that Daylight Savings Time will still prevail in Chicago on Oct. 23.
The third annual business meeting of the Midwest Medieval Conference was called to order by President Daly after luncheon at the University Center of Loyola University in Chicago. The chairman of the nominating committee, Professor Richard Sullivan, reported that his committee had been unable to meet because he was its only member present at this year's conference, and consequently the nominating committee's functions had been performed instead by the council, in conformity with Article VI, § 3 of the conference constitution. At Professor Sullivan's suggestion, the council presented last year's officers for re-election, although not all to the same offices, since the president and vice-president exchanged positions on the new slate. As no further nominations were offered from the floor, the officers were elected by acclamation, namely: president: James Powell; vice-president: Father Daly; secretary: Richard Kay; councillors: John Sommerfeldt and Lon Shelby.
On behalf of Indiana University, Professor Arthur Hogue invited the conference to meet next year on the Bloomington campus. This offer was accepted with grateful unanimity. After several announcement, the meeting was adjourned, but not before the minutes were read and approved.
Note that the conference program inserts the word "History."