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International Machaut Society

Machaut at Kalamazoo

International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan (12-15 May 2011)

The International Machaut Society will sponsor three sessions and a business luncheon at the 2011 conference:

Resources for Machaut Research and Study (A Roundtable)
Expression in Machaut
Machaut in Fourteenth-Century Contexts

The session titles listed above are meant to be taken in the broadest sense possible.  We strongly encourage submissions on any topic relating to the life, works, and times of Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300-77), especially those that touch on interdisciplinary issues.  Contributions to the roundtable should be in the 10-15 minute range to allow for a variety of speakers and adequate discussion time.  Contributions to the other sessions should be 20 minutes in length.

Proposals should include an abstract of no more than 300 words and a completed Participant Information Form (required by the Medieval Institute); the form is available at http://www.wmich.edu/medieval/congress/submissions/index.html#PIF .  Please note that information on the form cannot be saved unless you have Adobe Acrobat Writer (not the free reader), so you must print the completed form and mail or fax it. 

Please e-mail proposals to Jennifer Bain at bainj@dal.ca .  SUBMISSIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 15 SEPTEMBER 2010.

For more information, or to submit materials by snail-mail or fax, please contact:
Jennifer Bain
Department of Music
Dalhousie University
6101 University Avenue
Halifax, NS  B3H 4R2
CANADA
phone 902/494-3867
fax 902/494-2801
e-mail bainj@dal.ca

Information on our activities at past Kalamazoo meetings are also archived:


For information on the International Medieval Congress itself or to download a registration form, consult the Congress web site or e-mail the staff at MDVL_CONGRES@wmich.edu. (There is an underline stroke between "mdvl" and "congres.")

We maintain a reciprocal arrangement with the folks who plan musicology sessions at Kalamazoo. For more information, see their web page.


Machaut at Leeds

International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 2008


The International Machaut Society also sponsored two sessions at the 2008 conference:

Citation and Allusion in Music and Text in 14th-Century Songs
Machaut's Circuit of Communication:  From Creation to Reception

For a list of titles and speakers, and abstracts where available, check here


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