Penn State is pleased to announce the twenty-second Medieval Studies conference will be held on Saturday, May 1, 2010 in the Weaver Building on the University Park campus of the Pennsylvania State University.
The theme of this year's conference is To See Ourselves as Others See Us: Perceptions of Medieval and Early Renaissance Scotland.
There is no conference fee for this one-day symposium. Parking is free on campus on the weekend. If you would like recommendations or guidance on lodging, please email Steve Walton firstname.lastname@example.org For further information and directions, visit the website.
Registration: 9:30=9710:00 am
- Darlene Hall, James IV; Contemporary and later Perceptions of a King and his Kingdom
- Susan King, Conjuring History in Medieval Scotland: A Fiction Writer's Perspective
- William Sayers, Others: Perceptions of Early Scotland
- J.M.P. Calise, "Who Says What?: Scotland in Annals and Chronicles, 410-789"
- Benjamin Hudson, Macbeth: Medieval Monster and Renaissance Sensibilities
Please return the REGISTRATION FORM to Professor Benjamin Hudson either electronically as an attachement to email@example.com or to the Center for Medieval Studies, Weaver Building, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802. If you have any questions, please email Prof. Hudson.