TEMA at Leeds 2006

TEMA-Sponsored
Sessions at Leeds 2006

Once again, the Texas Medieval Association will sponsor sessions at the International
Medieval Congress in Leeds, England. These sessions are open-submission, and
you do not have to be a TEMA member to participate in one. The three TEMA-sponsored
sessions scheduled for Leeds 2006, July 10-13, are listed below.

Session
224 – July 10 – 2:15-3:45pm

Royal Coronations
in England and Spain: Ritual, Drama, and Politics

Organiser:
Sally N. Vaughn, Department of History, University of Houston
Moderator: Michael H. Gelting, Rigsarkivet, København

 

    • Edgar the
      Peaceable and the Coronation of 961

      Rogan Brunet, Department of History, Houston Community College Southwest

 

    • Claims and
      Coronations of Kingly Men

      Patricia Torpis, University of St Thomas, Texas

 

    • Coronation
      or Regency: Gesture as Power Transfer in the Liber Feudorum Maior

      Eileen P. McKiernan Gonzalez, Department of Art, Berea College, Kentucky

 


Session
1009 – July 12 – 9:00-10:30am


The Politics of Royal Children: Potential and Actual

Organiser: Sally N. Vaughn, Department of History, University of Houston
Moderator: Sally N. Vaughn, Department of History, University of Houston

 

    • All
      My Children: The Questionable Parentage of Edward the Elder’s Youngest Sons
      Lori A. Lehtola, Department of History, University of St Thomas, Houston
    • Las
      Infantas: Medieval Spanish Royal Females
      Debra D. Andrist, Department of Modern & Classical Languages, University
      of St Thomas, Houston

 

    • King
      for Lack of Adult Men of the Royal House: King Erik III of Denmark, 1137-1146
      Michael H. Gelting, Rigsarkivet, København

 


Session
1317 – July 12 – 4:30-6:00pm

Abbots, Jews,
and Other Christians Go to Court: Emotion, Drama, and Politics of Trials

Organiser: Sally N. Vaughn, Department of History, University of Houston
Moderator: Patricia Torpis, University of St Thomas, Texas

    • Preserving
      its Patrimony: The Cases at Court of St Etienne, Caen
      Priscilla D. Watkins, Houston Community College
    • Drama in the
      Courtroom: The Abbey of Bec at Court
      Sally N. Vaughn, Department of History, University of Houston

 

  • Jews and Christians
    in the 13th-Century English Courtroom
    Frances Mitilineos, Department of History, Loyola University Chicago

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