This program is subject to change. Last updated: 8/8/2013. Poster (.pdf format)

Friday, September 13, 2013

12pm, Registration
1pm, Welcome
1.40pm, Keynote address by Thomas Burman: “Ramon Martí and the Three Religions.”

2.30-3pm, Break

3-4.30pm, Session I: Technology & Material Culture
John Moscatiello: “Two Cultures: Islamic and Christian Domestic Architecture in High Medieval Iberia”
Rafael Azuar: “The Archaeology of Multicultural al-Andalus”
Moderator: Thomas Glick

4.30-5pm, Break

5-6.30pm, Session II: Language & Translation
Brian Long: “The Anxiety of Influence? Interfaith Scholarly Influence in Iberia and Beyond”
Robin Vose: “My lips shall not speak iniquity: Language, Translation and Identity in Medieval Iberia”
Moderator: Gerard Wiegers

6.30pm, Reception & Dinner (by invitation)

Saturday, September 14

9-10.30am, Session III: Literature
Emmanuel Ramirez-Nieves: “Carnal Penitence: Don Carnal’s Confession in the Libro de Buen Amor in a Comparative Context”
Benjamin Liu: “Leaving Iberia: Gerena, Turmeda and the Question of Intercultural Competence”
Moderator: Dayle Seidenspinner-Nunez

10.30-11am, Break

11am-12.30pm, Session IV: Law and Religion
Belen Vicens-Saiz: “‘Omnes de quoalquier conditión’: Law, Religion, and Identity in the Vidal Mayor
John Tolan: “Confessional Boundaries and Access to Justice in Medieval Iberia.”
Moderator: Brian Catlos

12.30-2pm, Lunch

2-4pm, Roundtable
Simon Doubleday
Ana Echevarria Arsuaga

4-5pm, Reception

5pm, Dinner (by invitation)