MRDS sponsored sessions: ICMS 2021

Conference: 
ICMS
Conference Year: 
2021

 

We hope you will join us at the following session, part of the annual meeting of the ICMS held virtually, May 10 - 15, 2021. The MRDS is pleased to sponsor the following sessions:

 

New Voices in Early Drama Studies

Date and time forthcoming

Location: online

Chair: Maggie Solberg (Bowdoin College)

Presenters

  • "Documentary Dramaturgy: The 'Scripts of the Early Medieval Theatres," Kyle A. Thomas (Missouri State University)
  • "Interior Mayhem: Turning Inside Out The Castle of Perseverance," Sheila C. Coursey (University of Michigan–Ann Arbor)
  • "Much Depends on Dinner: Performing Early Modern Identity," Jennie G. Youssef (Graduate Center, CUNY)
Respondent: Carol Symes (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
 

Concepts and Practices of Performanbce in Medieval European Culture

Date and time forthcoming

Location: online

Organizers: Clare Wright (University of Kent, Canterbury) and Sarah Brazil (Université de Genève)

Chair: Frank Napolitano (Radford University)

Presenters

  • "Performing Silent Music," Jessica Brantley (Yale University)
  • "Playful Ritual, Ritual Play: Expectations of Enjoyment and Conventional Practices in Early Medieval Plays," Kyle A. Thomas (Missouri State University)
  • “'[H]is grace being called Cure loial': identity and ‘personae’ in the late-medieval ‘theatrical’ joust," Clare Wright (University of Kent, Canterbury)
 

Performing Medieval Drama in the twenty-First Century

Date and time forthcoming

Location: online

Chair: Kyle A. Thomas (Missouri State University)

Presenters

  • "Medieval Drama and Modern Community," Ann Marie Hubert (St. Lawrence University)
  • "Yimmimangaliso: the Chester Mystery Cycle in Post- Apartheid South Africa," Carla Neuss (University of California, Los Angeles)
  • "The Challenges of Producing a Medieval Performance Festival," Lofty Durham (Western Michigan University)
  • "Contemporary Performances within the Europassion," Ivan Missoni (Independent Scholar, Zagreb)
Respondent: Carolyn Coulson (Shenandoah University)

 

David Bevington: In Memoriam Amici Nostri

Date and time forthcoming

Location: online

Chair: Carolyn Coulson (Shenandoah University)

Presenters

  • "Editing," Christina Fitzgerald (University of Toledo)
  • "Medieval/Renaissance," Elizabeth E. Tavares (University of Alabama)
  • "Live Performance," Matthew Sergi (University of Toronto)
  • "Community of Scholars," Alexandra F. Johnston (Records of Early English Drama)
  • "Synthesis," Cameron Hunt McNabb (Southeaster University)