TEAMS at Kalamazoo 2018!

ThursdayMay 10

10:00am, Sangren 1750
Session 45
Teaching and Research: Encouraging Creative Cross-Pollination in the Classroom (A Roundtable)
Co-sponsored with Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, Univ. of York
Organizer: Dee Dyas, Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, Univ. of York
Presider: Thomas Goodmann, Univ. of Miami
A roundtable discussion with Andrea R. Harbin, SUNY-Cordand; Maren Clegg Hyer, Valdosta State Univ.; Mickey Sweeney, Dominican Univ.; D. Thomas Hanks, Jr., Baylor Univ.; and Dee Dyas.

6:00pm, Harrison 302 (Valley 3)
Business Meeting and Reception with hosted bar

FridayMay 11

10:00am, Fetzer 2016
Session 171
Experiential Pedagogy (A Panel Discussion)
Co-sponsored with AVISTA: The Association Villard de Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science, and Art
Organizer: Sean M. Winslow, Karl-Franzens-Univ. Graz
Presider: Sean M. Winslow
Hands-on History of the Book Course
Carol Neuman de Vegvar, Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; Sally Livingston, Ohio Wesleyan Univ.
Mapping the Global Middle Ages
Chelsea Skalak, Dickinson College
In the High School Classroom
Rachelle Friedman, Lycee Francais de New York
Laying Out a Cathedral Plan on Campus
Jennifer M. Feltman, Univ. of Alabama

SaturdayMay 12

10:00am, Eldridge 309 (Valley 3)
Session 342
Teaching Manuscript Harley 2253: New Approaches with the METS Edition
Organizer: Susanna Fein, Kent State Univ.; B. Joy Ambler, Dwight-Englewood School
Presider: Susanna Fein
Teaching Sentence and Solaas in Harley 2253
David Raybin, Eastern Illinois Univ.
Gilate and Johane: Finding a Medieval Woman’s Voice and Teaching Women’s History
Annie Burst, Kenston High School/Kent State Univ.
Teaching the Harley 2253 King Horn with a Reader’s Theatre Script
Charmae Cottom, Pioneer Career Center/Kent State Univ.

3:30pm, Fetzer 1005 (*Moved from Eldridge 309, Valley 3.)
Session 448
Teaching King of Tars: Addressing Race and Religion (A Panel Discussion)
Organizer: B. Joy Ambler, Dwight-Englewood School
Presider: John H. Chandler, Manchester Community College
A panel discussion with Ashley R. Conklin, Univ. of Rochester, B. Joy Ambler; Jamie Friedman, Linfield College; and Cord Whitaker, Wellesley College.

Sunday—May 13

8:30am, Fetzer 1045
Session 507
Teaching Medieval Studies with/without Objects and Collections (A Roundtable)
Co-sponsored with Material Collective
Organizer: B. Joy Ambler, Dwight-Englewood School
Presider: Danielle B. Joyner, Southern Methodist Univ.
Architectural Medievalism and Undergraduate Research: Learning about Two Pasts through One Building
Jennifer Borland, Oklahoma State Univ./Material Collective
Objects in the Medieval History Classroom
Kelly Gibson, Univ. of Dallas
Manuscripts in the Undergraduate Non-Specialist Curriculum: Students Find Their “Inner-Medievalist”
David T. Gura, Hesburgh Library, Univ. of Notre Dame
Making Multimodal Miscellanies at a Public, Urban, Minority-Serving Institution
Katharine W. Jager, Univ. of Houston-Downtown
The Use, Disuse, and Abuse of Objects: Some Thoughts on Libraries and Pedagogy
Anna Siebach-Larsen, Rossell Hope Robbins Library and Koller-Collins Center for English, Univ. of Rochester

10:30am, Eldridge 309 (Valley 3)
Session 527
Teaching Chaucer in Secondary Schools (A Roundtable)
Organizer: Susanna Fein, Kent State Univ.; B. Joy Ambler, Dwight-Englewood School
Presider: David Raybin, Eastern Illinois Univ.
Time Past and Time Future: Chaucer’s Distant Mirror on the Present
Elaine Griffin, Univ. School of Milwaukee
Teaching Chaucer at a Bilingual High School
Elizabeth Labarge, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
Teaching Chaucer and the Power of Telling Stories
Mark Randolph, Greenhill Schools
Across Time and Space: Teaching Chaucer in the Modern Classroom
Lee Read, Wilde Lake High School
The Virtuosic Versatality of Chaucer in the Secondary Classroom
Mary Katherine Waterman, Lovett School

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