International Congress on Medieval Studies
The 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies takes place online Monday, May 9, through Saturday, May 14, 2022.
This call for papers includes all sponsored and special sessions approved by the Program Committee for the 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies (live on the internet Monday through Saturday, May 9-14, 2022), hosted by Western Michigan University's Medieval Institute.
The sponsored sessions are listed here alphabetically by the name of the principal or sole sponsoring organization, and the special sessions follow alphabetically by session title. Email addresses are obfuscated in the page source to reduce the chances of being harvested by spammers. Sessions of papers, roundtables and panel discussions (but not workshops, performances and demonstrations) are grouped by format in the Confex call for papers, where many sessions are described more fully.
You are invited to make one paper proposal to one session of papers: that might be to one of the Sponsored or Special Sessions listed here as a session of papers, which are organized by colleagues around the world, OR to General Sessions, which are organized by the Program Committee in Kalamazoo.
You may propose an unlimited number of contributions to roundtables and panel discussions, but you will not be scheduled to actively participate in more than three sessions (including sessions in all formats).
All those hoping or invited to make contributions to sessions or papers, roundtables and panel discussions at the Congress need to make proposals in the Confex system by the deadline of Wednesday, Sept. 15. Contributions to demonstrations, performances, and workshops are not solicited through our proposal system. Interested individuals should approach the contact person directly.
All proposals for sessions of papers (including general sessions), roundtables and panel discussions are made through the Confex system. We suggest that you reach out to the session’s contact person if you are interested in learning more about a session’s focus or probable receptibility to your planned proposal.