Symposiums and congresses


Many, though not all of these symposiums were organised by the MeMO project.

Issue 1 -
September, 2008
Contents
  • Workshop Does Memory Have a History? - 10 October 2008
  • Congress Manuscript and Memory in North-Western Europe, 1000-1500 - 14-15 November 2008
  • IT in de mediëvistiek. Het memoria-onderzoek in Nederland - January 2009
  • Fourth Symposium on Memoria Research - Call for papers!
Issue 2 -
February, 2009
Contents
  • Fourth Symposium on Memoria Research - 13 February 2009
  • Symposium report: 'ICT in de mediëvistiek. Het memoria-onderzoek in Nederland'
Special issue -
May, 2009
Contents
  • Fifth Symposium on Memoria Research - 25 September 2009
Issue 3 -
September, 2009
Contents
  • Fifth Symposium on Memoria Research
  • International Medieval Congress Leeds 2010 'Travel and Exploration'
  • Colloquium on the text edition of: Het necrologium van de Sint-Cornelius- en Cyprianusabdij van Ninove
  • The Jesuits of the Low Countries
  • Call for papers: Monuments and Commemoration in Later Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Issue 4 -
February, 2010
Contents
  • Workshop on Memory, Re-writing, Adaptation for Ph.D. students
  • Symposium on Problems and Challenges in medieval Memoria Research
  • Sixth Symposium on Memoria Research
  • The MeMO-project at IMC Leeds 2010
  • Call for papers: "Death, Commemoration and Memory: An Exploration of Representation, Concept and Change"
Issue 5 -
May, 2010
Contents
  • Workshop: Does Memory Have a History? Part Two: Rewriting - Memory - Adaptation for Ph.D. students
  • Researching Medieval Memoria: prospects and possibilities
  • Workshop Problems and Challenges in Research of Tomb Monuments
  • International Medieval Congress, Leeds
  • 27th Harlaxton Medieval Symposium: Patrons and Professionals
  • 10th International Conference on Urban History: City & Society in European History
  • 6th Symposium on Memoria Research
  • Call for papers: "Burial and Commemoration in Art and Society"
Issue 6 -
October, 2010
Contents
  • St. Johannes in Brechten als Erinnerungsort des Ruhrgebiets
  • Dortmund als Hansestadt: Fernhandel und Kulturtransfer
  • Workshop: Funerary Culture in the Medieval and Early Modern Netherlands
  • Seventh Symposium on Memoria Research
  • The MeMO-project at IMC Leeds 2011
Issue 7 -
February, 2011
Contents
  • Seventh Symposium on Memoria Research
  • MeMO at the International Medieval Congress, Leeds
  • Cartusiana at the International Medieval Congress, Leeds
Issue 8 -
September, 2011
Contents
  • Deutsch-Niederländische Gespräche, 8th meeting
  • Does Memory Have a History? Part Three: Myth
  • 21st Signum symposium Memoriepraktijken in de Nederlanden (Memorial practices in the Low Countries)
  • International Conference: Gesellschaft im Gebetsgedenken
  • 1st Arenberg Conference for History: Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe
Issue 9 -
March, 2012
Contents
  • Deutsch-Niederländische Gespräche, 9th meeting
Issue 10 -
September, 2012 (2)
Contents
  • 10th Symposium on Memoria Research (Deutsch-Niederländische Gespräche)
  • Call for Papers: Art & Death
  • Call for papers: Death: the Cultural Meaning of the End of Life
  • The Art of Death & Dying
Issue 11 -
January, 2013
Contents
  • Monumental Brass Society - conference 2013: 'Town and Gown'
  • Friars and Friaries in Late Medieval England
  • Death and Commemoration in Salisbury and Wessex in the Later Middle Ages
Issue 12 -
September, 2013
Contents
  • Call for papers for a cross-disciplinary conference on: 'Death in Scotland, from the medieval to the modern: beliefs, attitudes and practices'
Issue 13 -
March, 2014
Contents
  • Rumblings in God's Acre: one-day conference on churchyard monuments
  • Fifty years after Panofsky's 'Tomb Sculpture'. New Approaches, New Perspectives, New Material
  • Commemoration of the Dead: New Approaches, New Perspectives, New Material
  • MBS and CMS sessions at Kalamazoo 2014
  • Church Monuments Society symposium: Monuments of Power
Issue 14 -
November, 2014
Contents
  • Memorializing the Middle and Upper Classes I-IV
  • Call For Papers: 'An Honourable Death' - a doctoral and ECR conference
  • Call For Papers: 'Sister Act: Female Monasticism and the Arts across Europe ca. 1250 -1550'
  • Conference review: Commemoration of the Dead: new approaches, new perspectives, new material
Issue 15 -
May, 2015
Contents
  • Call for Papers: Medieval Tombs and their Spatial Contexts. Strategies of Commemoration in Christianity and Islam
  • 7th International colloquium of the Abbey Museum of the Dunes: Dead Men Talking
  • Symbols in Life and Death
Issue 16 -
March, 2016
Contents
  • Call for Papers: Textile Gifts in the Middle Ages - Objects, Actors, and Representations International Conference
  • Church Monuments Society: Sussex Memorials: The County's Occupants and Occupations
Issue 17 -
December, 2016
Contents
  • Call for Papers: "Uses of the Past: Cultural Memory in and of the Middle Ages"
  • Grave disturbance in early medieval Europe. International symposium 2017
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