Session Title

Medieval Settlement and Landscape: The Medieval in the Modern

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Special Session

Organizer Name

Vicky McAlister; Jennifer L. Immich

Organizer Affiliation

Southeast Missouri State Univ.; Fieldschool of Prehistoric Archaeology

Presider Name

Terry Barry

Presider Affiliation

Trinity College Dublin, Univ. of Dublin

Paper Title 1

An Examination of the Jewish Quarters of Nájera (La Rioja, Spain)

Presenter 1 Name

Scott de Brestian

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Central Michigan Univ.

Paper Title 2

"An Infinite Number of Miseries": A Sixteenth-Century Property Dispute from Tudor Ireland

Presenter 2 Name

Margaret Smith

Presenter 2 Affiliation

St. Louis Univ.

Paper Title 3

Finding the High Medieval Manor in the Late Medieval and the Modern: A Multidisciplinary Study from County Tipperary Ireland

Presenter 3 Name

Vicky McAlister; Jennifer L. Immich

Start Date

13-5-2018 10:30 AM

Session Location

Bernhard 213

Description

The session for ICMS 2018 will engage with the dynamic interdisciplinary sub-field of medieval settlement studies. Medieval settlement and landscape studies, more generally, have combined theories and techniques from a variety of disciplines, most overtly those of history, archaeology and geography. Interdisciplinarity has to some extent become something of a buzzword in medieval studies, but it is an integral aspect of any successful academic study into settlements and landscapes. The ICMS session will bring together colleagues from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences to strengthen collaborative efforts and assist in answering common research questions.

Victoria McAlister

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May 13th, 10:30 AM

Medieval Settlement and Landscape: The Medieval in the Modern

Bernhard 213

The session for ICMS 2018 will engage with the dynamic interdisciplinary sub-field of medieval settlement studies. Medieval settlement and landscape studies, more generally, have combined theories and techniques from a variety of disciplines, most overtly those of history, archaeology and geography. Interdisciplinarity has to some extent become something of a buzzword in medieval studies, but it is an integral aspect of any successful academic study into settlements and landscapes. The ICMS session will bring together colleagues from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences to strengthen collaborative efforts and assist in answering common research questions.

Victoria McAlister