Sewanee Medieval Colloquium

The Sewanee Medieval Colloquium is an annual, interdisciplinary conference attended by medievalists from throughout the United States.

Each of our meetings is organized around a distinct theme, broad in scope, recent examples of which are “Medieval Perceptions of Women and Womanhood,” “Outlaws, Outcasts, Heretics,” “Power in the Middle Ages,” “The Seven Deadly Sins in the Middle Ages,” “Francis, Dominic, their Orders, and their Tradition,” and, in 2009, “The City in Medieval Life and Culture.”

Thirty-Seventh Annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium
April 9 – 10, 2010

ON THE THEME: Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH
SEWANEE, TENNESSEE

Lectures: David Gitlitz and Linda Davidson, University of Rhode Island
Antonio Momplet Míguez, Universidad Complutense, Madrid