Sunday, July 5, 2015

Eco Sessions at IMC, Leeds

For those interested in ecocriticism in/and the medieval, here's a list of sessions that may be of interest. If I've missed any, please let me know.

Monday 6 July

14:15 to 15:54

206 Animals and Humans, Humans and Animals: Reflections through Reaction

208 Cultural and Socio-Economic Responses to Extreme Weather and Weather-Related Natural Hazards in the Middle Ages, I

16:30 to 18:00

308 Cultural and Socio-Economic Responses to Extreme Weather and Weather-Related Natural Hazards in the Middle Ages, II

309 Being Led Astray by Medieval Animals: Pharmaceutical Badgers, Hairy Bears, and Vanishing Elephants in Late Medieval Europe

325 Byzantium in Context, II: Environment, Economy, and Power - Crisis and Renewal in the Byzantine World

Tuesday 7 July

16:30 to 18:00

838 Economic Innovation and Environmental Concerns in Late Medieval England: Papers in Honour of Richard Britnell and John Munro, IV

Wednesday 8 July 

09:00 to 10:30

1005 New Approaches to Medical History, with a newly added paper on "Galen and the Horse-Doctors"

14:15 to 15:45

1201 Heaven, Hell, and Heorot: Environments in Anglo-Saxon Literature

1227 Destruction, Desertion, Revival: Medieval Military Invasions and Their Long-Term Socio-Economic and Ecological Effects, I

16:30 to 18:00

1327 Destruction, Desertion, Revival: Medieval Military Invasions and Their Long-Term Socio-Economic and Ecologic Effects, II

19:00 to 20:00

1401 Climate, Land, and Environment at Late Medieval Herstmonceux: A Round Table Discussion

Thursday 9 July

9:00 to 10:30

1505 Landscapes/Seascapes, I: Shaping Territorial Identities

1507 The Anglo-Welsh Frontier in the Middle Ages, I

11:15 to 12:45

1601 Riddling in Anglo-Saxon England and Beyond, II: Eco-Criticism and Animal Studies

14:15 to 15:45

1706 Water: The Control of Nature and the Nature of Control

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