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KEYNOTE LECTURE
Title: THE PROPERTIES OF MARRIAGE IN LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE: COMMERCIAL WEALTH AND THE CREATION OF 'MODERN' MARRIAGE - A KEYNOTE LECTURE
Speaker: Martha C. Howell, Department of History, Columbia University, New York
Introduction: Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

Please note that admission to this event will be by ticket only: Tickets are free of charge and can be reserved through the Registration Form. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis. There will be three types of tickets: to the Lawnswood Room (main keynote lecture room), to the Bramley Room (video relay from Lawnswood Room), and reserve tickets. Please note that reserve ticket holders are not guaranteed a space in the two lecture rooms. Unclaimed seats in the Lawnswood Room and the Bramley Room will be reallocated to holders of reserve tickets five minutes before the lecture is scheduled to begin.

Session: 101
Title: ANGLO-SAXON AUDIENCES
Sponsor: Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Organiser: Matthew Townend, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Moderator: Elizabeth Tyler, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 101-a Witness and Audience in Late Anglo-Saxon Will-Making (Language: English)
Linda Tollerton Hall, Department of History, University of York
Paper 101-b English Audiences and Skaldic Verse (Language: English)
Matthew Townend
Paper 101-c English Hagiography and its Audience (Language: English)
Christine Rauer, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford

Session: 102
Title: CLOTHING IN MEDIEVAL ART AND LITERATURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Sarah Bromberg, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Paper 102-a Costume as Communication: Clothing and Textiles Represented in Mid-12th-Century Northern French Church Portal Sculpture (Language: English)
Janet E. Snyder, West Virginia University, Morgantown
Paper 102-b Bad Dress Sense: Clothing in the Parable of the Wedding Feast in Cleanness (Language: English)
Helen Barr, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Paper 102-c The Dress of Medieval Women Religious: Anti-Fashion Incorporated and Subverted Doctrine (Language: English)
Désirée Koslin, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York

Session: 103
Title: IMAGING ARCHITECTURE
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: Nigel L. Hiscock, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University
Paper 103-a The House of God: Heavenly Jerusalem's Architecture in Late Medieval Portugal (Language: English)
Luís Afonso, Institute for the History of Art, Universidade de Lisboa
Paper 103-b Meanings of the 'Domus Dei' (Language: English)
Estelle Mare, Department of Art History, University of South Africa, Pretoria

Session: 104
Title: THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE ENGLISH MEDIEVAL PARISH CHURCH: IN MEMORY OF PROFESSOR LAWRENCE R. HOEY
Organiser: Rachel Dressler, Department of Art, State University of New York, Albany
Moderator: Rachel Dressler
Paper 104-a Approaches to Regional Architecture and the English Parish Church (Language: English)
Linda Monckton, Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England
Paper 104-b The Seven Works of Mercy and the Parish Community (Language: English)
Jennie Edes-Pierotti, Columbia University, New York

Session: 106
Title: SOUL AND COSMOS: MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC TRADITION
Organiser: Inna Kupreeva, University of Victoria, British Columbia / St Hilda's College, University of Oxford
Moderator: Inna Kupreeva
Paper 106-a Greek Sources of Arabic Psychological Theories: Inner Sense and Divination in the Avicennan Corpus (Language: English)
Inna Kupreeva
Paper 106-b What the Heavens Know: The Islamic Debate (Language: English)
Taneli Kukkonen, Department of Systematic Theology, University of Helsinki
Paper 106-c Transcending the Interior-Exterior Dichotomy: al-Ghazali's Psycho-Cosmology (Language: English)
Timothy Gianotti, Religious Studies Program, Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Grammy-winning pianist Hal Galper of Cochecton, NY, and the Hal Galper Trio released the live CD E Pluribus Unum in March. It features Jeff Johnson on bass and John Bishop on drums. Visit www.myspace.com/thehalgalpertrio .

Bassist Gene Perla of Easton, PA, and his Go Trio will perform at the upcoming Jazz Education Network 2010 Conference in St. Louis in May. This winter his Fine Wine Trio performed in Mexico, and in July, Perla and Bobby Kapp will perform at the AA 2010 International Convention in San Antonio. Visit www.perla.org .

Trumpeter Mike Price of Kawasaki-Shi, Japan, celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Mike Price Jazz Orchestra in November 2009. He also organized Hope for Haiti, a charity concert and event at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan. Visit www.mikepricejazz.com .

Organist and accordionist Jon Hammond of San Francisco, CA, played in Frankfurt, Germany, for his 24th consecutive year at Musikmesse, an international trade fair. He also appeared at the 2010 NAMM Show and played in Melbourne, Australia. Visit www.jonhammondband.com .

Hal Lester of Indian Wells, CA, has been named the CEO of Media Transfer & Archiving Inc., which preserves original works of art that have been stored on volatile media. Visit www.mtainc.net .

Drummer David Cutler of Bournemouth, Dorset, in the United Kingdom, recently played on Spontaneous Impact , the new release by the fusion band Critical Issues, featuring saxophonist Sean Freeman. Cutler teaches and performs in the U.K. jazz scene. Visit www.myspace.com/jazzdumonde .

Vibraphonist Stephen Hobbs of Raleigh, NC, released Vibes, Straight Up with the Stephen Hobbs Quartet. The disc took the number-one spot for three weeks on the JazzWeek chart. Throughout his career, Hobbs has had five top-ten albums. Visit www.stevehobbs.com .

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Grammy-winning pianist Hal Galper of Cochecton, NY, and the Hal Galper Trio released the live CD E Pluribus Unum in March. It features Jeff Johnson on bass and John Bishop on drums. Visit www.myspace.com/thehalgalpertrio .

Bassist Gene Perla of Easton, PA, and his Go Trio will perform at the upcoming Jazz Education Network 2010 Conference in St. Louis in May. This winter his Fine Wine Trio performed in Mexico, and in July, Perla and Bobby Kapp will perform at the AA 2010 International Convention in San Antonio. Visit www.perla.org .

Trumpeter Mike Price of Kawasaki-Shi, Japan, celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Mike Price Jazz Orchestra in November 2009. He also organized Hope for Haiti, a charity concert and event at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan. Visit www.mikepricejazz.com .

Organist and accordionist Jon Hammond of San Francisco, CA, played in Frankfurt, Germany, for his 24th consecutive year at Musikmesse, an international trade fair. He also appeared at the 2010 NAMM Show and played in Melbourne, Australia. Visit www.jonhammondband.com .

Hal Lester of Indian Wells, CA, has been named the CEO of Media Transfer & Archiving Inc., which preserves original works of art that have been stored on volatile media. Visit www.mtainc.net .

Drummer David Cutler of Bournemouth, Dorset, in the United Kingdom, recently played on Spontaneous Impact , the new release by the fusion band Critical Issues, featuring saxophonist Sean Freeman. Cutler teaches and performs in the U.K. jazz scene. Visit www.myspace.com/jazzdumonde .

Vibraphonist Stephen Hobbs of Raleigh, NC, released Vibes, Straight Up with the Stephen Hobbs Quartet. The disc took the number-one spot for three weeks on the JazzWeek chart. Throughout his career, Hobbs has had five top-ten albums. Visit www.stevehobbs.com .