Northern Illinois University
President: David Wagner, Northern
Friday, October 13, 1995
Heritage Room, HSC.
3:30 - 4:30
3:30 - 4:30Graduate Student Session I
as a Christian Response to the Fall of Constantinople: New Manuscript
Evidence on Burgundian Proposals for the Crusade of Pius II
Limits of Lordship in Late-Medieval Castile: Friars and Villagers in
- 6:00 Graduate
Student Session II
Christian, How Orthodox? A Reassessment of Early Medieval
How Christian, How Orthodox? A Reassessment of Early Medieval Christian Missionaries
Ideology in England's Central Middle Ages: The Principle of Monogamy and
English Literary Writings, 1100-1350
of the Bishop in Czech Society of the 11th and 12th Centuries
of the East in 14th Century Italian Merchants' Manuals
Other Enrico Dandolo: The Patriarch of Grado between Venice and
Byzantium in the Mid-12th
Possibility of an Eternal World: A Medieval Solution to a Medieval
Medieval Chronological Uncertainty: Translating the Relics of St.
Augustine of Hippo from Sardinia to Pavia
Rethinking the Crusades
Anti-Jewish Politics, 1470-1519
Cocktails. Sky Room,
- 9:00 Banquet.
or Fusskrank? The Mysterious Case of Bavarian Origins
At the business lunch several of the assembled solemnly remembered Donald E. Queller of the University of Illinois, a long time participant and past president of the MMHC, who had recently passed away.