ENFORMA is sponsoring two sessions at the upcoming International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan, 8-11 May 2014. These are:
Medieval Environments I: Disasters
(Session 401 in Schneider 1125)
Presider: Ellen F. Arnold
Epidemics, Epizootics, and Famine in Ireland, 500–800 AD, Michelle Ziegler, St. Louis Univ.
Volcanic Events and European Climate Extremes, 670–730 CE, Conor Kostick, Univ. of Nottingham
The Beginning of the End: Sheep Panzootics and Fortunes of Wool Industry in
England, 1250–1330, Philip Slavin, Univ. of Kent
Medieval Environments II: Resource Exploitation
(Session 456 in Schneider 1125)
Presider: Richard C. Hoffmann, York Univ.
Philip II Augustus and Woodlands: The Relationship of Politics, Economics, and
Woodland Management, Kathryn E. Salzer, Pennsylvania State Univ.
A Long Durée Peace out of Captivity: Medieval Church Reform from Practice
to Ideologyee of Legislation: Firewood Collection and Usage in Medieval and
Early Modern France, Richard Keyser, Univ. of Wisconsin–Madison
Strategies and Ecologies: Hunting in Northern and Central Italy between 1300
and 1500, Cristina Arrigoni Martelli, York Univ.