Saint Louis University

2012 Medieval Academy of America Meeting

March 22-24, 2012

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The 2012 Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America will be held on March 22-24 on the campus of Saint Louis University, nestled in the heart of midtown Saint Louis, Missouri. It will be hosted by the Saint Louis University Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University is the oldest university west of the Mississippi and the second-oldest Jesuit university in America. As one might expect from a city named for a medieval king, there is much to recommend it to medievalists. The university has extensive manuscript and rare-book holdings and is also the home of the Knights of Columbus Vatican Film Library, a microfilm copy of thousands of manuscripts from the Vatican Library in Rome. 

This year's meeting will feature fifty concurrent sessions from a wide range of disciplines and approaches. Plenary speakers will include William Chester Jordan (Princeton University and President of the MAA Fellows), Caroline A. Bruzelius (Duke University), and MAA President Alice-Mary Talbot (Dumbarton Oaks). All sessions, lectures, meetings, and receptions will be held in Busch Student Center and DuBourg Hall on the Saint Louis University north campus. Hotel accommodations are provided at the nearby Chase Park Plaza, an elegant and fully-restored hotel built during the 1920s. It is within walking distance of an array of excellent restaurants and bars in the Central West End district as well as Forest Park, the site of the 1904 World's Fair. The Chase Park Plaza has its own selection of restaurants too, as well as assorted bars and even a movie theater. It offers pools, recreation facilities, and complete spa services.


Book Exhibit. Publishers who wish to reserve space at the Book Exhibit, should contact Teresa Harvey at

Graduate Student Prizes. The Medieval Academy will award up to seven prizes of $300 each to graduate students for papers judged meritorious by the local committee. To be eligible for an award graduate students must be members of the Medieval Academy and, once their proposed papers have been accepted for inclusion in the program, must submit complete papers to the Program Committee by 10 January 2012.  Submissions should be sent to the Program Chair, Thomas F. Madden at

Program Committee. Thomas F. Madden, Chair (Saint Louis Univ.), Paul Acker (Saint Louis Univ.), Daniel Bornstein (Washington Univ.), Ruth Evans (Saint Louis Univ.), Thomas J. Finan (Saint Louis Univ.), Cathleen A. Fleck (Saint Louis Univ.), Philip R. Gavitt (Saint Louis Univ.), James Ginther (Saint Louis Univ.), Frank Grady (Univ. of Missouri, Saint Louis), David Lawton (Washington Univ.), Colleen McCluskey (Saint Louis Univ.), Evelyn Meyer (Saint Louis Univ.), Gregory Pass (Saint Louis Univ.), Mark Gregory Pegg (Washington Univ.), Julie Singer (Washington Univ.), Damian Smith (Saint Louis Univ.), Eleonore Stump (Saint Louis Univ.), and Warren Treadgold (Saint Louis Univ.).

Local Arrangements Committee. Teresa Harvey, Chair (Saint Louis Univ.), Jay Hammond (Saint Louis Univ.), Joan Hart-Hasler (Saint Louis Univ.), Antony Hasler (Saint Louis Univ.), Susan L'Engle (Saint Louis Univ.), Anne Romine (Saint Louis Univ.), and Thomas Rowland (Saint Louis Univ.).  



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