Primary Source Symposium: Text Across Time and Space (Feb. 3rd)
Join us for the annual Primary Source Symposium, organized and hosted by the Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies.
Thursday, February 3, 2022
Panel 1: 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Keynote Lecture: 4:15pm - 5:45pm
Panel 2: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Friday, February 4, 2022
Panel 3: 9:00am - 10:30am
Panel 4: 10:45am - 12:15pm
This year's symposium will be held on Zoom. All times listed are in PST. For the Zoom link and further information, contact Donatella: daguanno [at] stanford.edu
FULL PROGRAM OF EVENTS
Thursday February 3, 2022
2:30-4:00 Panel 1
Laura Stokes, Chair
2:30 Katharina Piechocki, Harvard University: “Cartographic Nubifications: Rereading Cosmopolitanism, Climate, and Race through the Clouds”
3:00 Harleen Bagga, grad, Stanford University: "The Race of Time: Negotiating Distance and Difference in the Catalan Atlas"
3:30 Nancy Kollmann, Stanford University: “In the room where it happens’: Broadsheet illustrations of diplomatic audiences in early modern Germany.”
Leonard Barkan, Princeton University “Reading Shakespeare Reading Me”
6:00-7:00 Panel 2
Elaine Treharne, chair
6:00 James Palmer, St. Andrews University: “Nuns’ Tales and the Reshaping of Society in Buddhist China and Christian Gaul (6th-7th Centuries CE)”
6:30 Rian Thum, University of Manchester: "Binding Books and Binding Geographies in Chinese Turkestan".
Friday February 4, 2022
9:00-10:30 Panel 3
Jesse Rodin, chair
9:00 Thomas Dale, University at Wisconsin, Madison: “Historia and Theosis: Time, Eternity, and the mediation of the senses in the Romanesque Portal Sculpture of Vezelay”
9:30 Daniel Koplitz, grad, Stanford University: “Hoc signum crucis: Insights on word-painting and Crusade propaganda in the Conques tympanum.”
10:00 Maria Shevelkina, grad, Stanford University: “A Mandatum for Fish: Self-Love at Moissac"
10:45-12:15 Panel 4
Lora Webb, chair
10:45 Lila Collamore, independent scholar: “The pictures in Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, lat. 1118: What are they doing there?”
11:15 Laura Steenberge, independent scholar: “The Mind and its Merits: Melody, Text and Structure in the Liturgy of Sainte-Foy”
11:45 Bissera Pentcheva, Stanford University: “AudioVision of St. Foy at Conques”
For the latest information and more events, see the CMEMS website.