The following conference sessions, panels, and business meetings involving digital subjects were held at the 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, which took place Thursday-Sunday, May 5–8, 2005 at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo Michigan.
The complete searchable PDF of the 2005 Kalamazoo conference is available here:
Friday, 6 May
Advanced Technology in Medieval Scholarship (U.Kentucky) (Session 263; Schneider 1265 [next door to Fetzer]) (Note change in time and place):
- Updating Resources for Medievalists
- Lynne Dahmen, Al Akhawayn Univ.
- Representation, Interpretation, and Integration
- Michael L. Norton, James Madison Univ.
- Following the X Path to the Exemplars of Huntington MS Hm 114
- Patricia R. Bart, Univ. of Virginia
Digital Medievalist Project Business meeting (DM). (Fetzer 1060) (All are welcome):
- Future plans
- Can we coordinate digital sessions better? Do we want to?
Text and Image in Digital Scholarship I: Focus on Text (DM). (Session 268; Fetzer 1060):
- Locating the Corff: Continuity and Change in Editing Medieval Welsh Prose
- Diana Luft, Cardiff Univ., Wynn Thomas, Cardiff Univ., Mark Smith, Cardiff Univ., and Mick Vanrootseler, Cardiff Univ.
- Making and Using Databases of the Middle English Manuscript Spelling in Textual Studies
- Jacob Thaisen, De Montfort Univ.
- Villani Online: A Digital Version of the Nuova cronica
- Rala Diakite, Fitchburg State College, and Matthew Sneider, Univ. of Massachusetts–Dartmouth
Text and Image in Digital Scholarship II: Focus on the Image (DM). (Session 330; Fetzer 1055):
- Dorothy Carr Porter, Univ. of Kentucky
- Text and Image in the Digital Edition: What’s the Connection?
- Murray McGillivray
- Digitally Imaging the Rood: Prayers and Pitfalls in the Development of a Prototype ::Electronic Ruthwell Cross
- Christopher Fee, Gettyburg College, and James Ruthkowski, Gettysburg College
Saturday, 7 May
Technology and Early Drama: Teaching and Research Tools and tactics (MRDS). (Session 400; Fetzer 2030):
- Student-Centered Technology and the Learning Process
- Carolyn Coulson-Grigsby, Centenary College
- “Take Heed, How Your Clerk Shent His Book”: E-Texts and the Classroom
- Gerard NeCastro, Univ. of Maine–Machias
- ReREEDing Records: New Technology for Old Problems
- James C. Cummings, Oxford Text Archive, Univ. of Oxford
Making the Old New Again: Digital Medievalism in an Ever-Changing World (OTA). (Session 515; Fetezer 2030):
- Classifying the Graphetic Variants of the Cely Letters
- Osamu Ohara, Jikei Univ.
- Bonnie Mak, Univ. of British Columbia
- Fluid, Co-Operative, and Distributed Electronic Editions
- Peter M. W. Robinson, De Montfort Univ.
Societas Fontibus Historiae Medii Aevi Inveniendis, vulgo dicta “The Pseudo Society (Fetzer 1005):
- Using Electronic Media to Improve Efficiency and Intelligibility in Teaching and Researching the Middle Ages
- Daniel Paul O’Donnell, University of Lethbridge