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Conference Opportunities

2 replies, 2 voices Last updated by Mary Dockray-Miller 4 years, 8 months ago
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      Kisha Tracy
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      @ktracy3

      The Lone Medievalist sponsors sessions at the International Congress and other conferences each year.

    • #8010

      Kisha Tracy
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      @ktracy3

      Happy to report that the Lone Medievalist-sponsored panel at SEMA 2017 (Nov 16-18 in Charleston, SC) has been accepted! Thank you to the LM SEMA point person, Mary Valante!

      Roundtable: Collaborative Teaching and the Lone Medievalist
      Sponsored by: The Lone Medievalist
      Presider: Mary A. Valante, Appalachian State University
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      Alan Baragona: “Going Far Afield: Engineering Collaboration with STEM”
      Elizabeth Rambo, Campbell University: “How not to Succeed in offering a Multidisciplinary Minor in Medieval Studies”
      Lee Templeton, North Carolina Wesleyan College: “Thoughts on a Medieval Inter-Institutional Course”
      Patrick Wadden, Belmont Abbey College: “Inter-institutional, Collaborative Teaching of Medieval Irish History, or How the Irish, the Vikings and the English Can All Get Along”
      Melissa Elmes, Lindenwood University: “Collaborative Assignment Design: A Hands-On Practicum”

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      Mary Dockray-Miller
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      @mdockraymiller

      Looking for participants in the feminist/Anglo-Saxonist round table at KZoo in 2018 (see details via link below). Thanks! Mary

      CFP: A Feminist Renaissance in Anglo-Saxon Studies

       

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