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Symposium Schedule

20th International Medieval Sermon Studies Society Symposium

Medieval Visions of New Worlds

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Thursday Evening, July 21: Room

4:00-10:00
Room Check in at Student Center

Friday, July 22: Welcome and Inaugural Addresses*

7:30-9:00
Continental Breakfast at Student Center

8:00-2:00
Registration at Student Center

12:30-1:30
Buffet Lunch at Student Center

2:00-4:00

I. Perceptions of the Other in Medieval Preaching: Anthropological-Historical Reflections, Laura Gaffuri

II. Jews, Monks, and New Worlds in the Admont Sermons on Exodus, John Young

III. Aýna e mas aýna. Alterity, Terror and Presence in Vicente Ferrer´s Medieval Preaching of the Antichrist, Carolina Losada

5:00-7:00
Academic Affairs Reception in the Solarium

Saturday, July 23: Medieval Visions of New Worlds

7:30-9:00
Continental Breakfast at Student Center

9:00-10:30

I. At Home in a New World?: Carmelite Preaching and the Loss of Religious Identity, Ralf Lützelschwab

II. The New and Not-So-New Worlds of Dominican Observant Preaching: the Sermons of Tommasina Fieschi (c. 1448-1534), Carolyn Muessig

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break at Student Center

11:00-12:30

I. Bonaventure’s Collations and the Eternity of the World, Benjamin P. Winter

II. Entering the New World of Difficult Doctrinal Questions: The Inaugural Sermons and Questions of Peter of Candia, Stephen F. Brown

12:30-1:30
Buffet Lunch at the Student Center

2:00-3:30

I. New Worlds, Heavenly Bodies, and Franciscan Resurrection Sermons, Steven McMichael

II. Crossing the Alps with Dante: Preaching the Commedia in a New World, Pietro Delcorno

3:30-5:30
Coffee Break at Poster Session

6:00-7:30
Buffet Tex-Mex Dinner at the Dining Hall

Sunday, July 24: Workshop and Archeological Tour

7:30-9:00

Continental Breakfast at the Student Center

Please feel free to enjoy the morning in whatever way you wish.
Religious services are offered at a number of churches within walking distance of the College.

12:30-1:30
Buffet Lunch at the Student Center

2:00-3:30
Workshop: Media, Message, and New Worlds: Internet Strategies for Mission Worlds, Danny Michaels

3:30-4:30
Depart on Trolley for Reception at Mission Nombre de Dios

4:30-6:00
rolley Tour of St. Augustine with City Archaeologist

6:30-8:00
Buffet Southern BBQ Dinner at the Dining Hall

Monday, July 25, 2016: Missions at the Edge of the New Worlds

7:30-9:00
Continental Breakfast at the Student Center

9:00-11:00

I. The Remuneration for Preaching Abroad: The Death Sermon on Bishop Otto of Bamberg (1139), Helmut Flachenecker

II. From Vienna to San Juan Capistrano: Bilingualism and the intersection of Two Worlds, Filippo Sedda

III. Images of Missionaries in Italian Renaissance Art and Sermons, Nirit Ben-Arey Debby

12:30-1:30
Buffet Lunch at the Student Center

2:00-3:30

I. The Old and New Worlds of Spanish Observant Preaching, Francisco Javier Rojo Alique

II. Fr. Tomás de Barrios’ Sermon on Old/New World Martyrdom, Timothy J. Johnson

3:30-4:00
Coffee Break at the Student Center

4:00-5:30
Business Meeting at the Student Center

6:00-7:30
Social Dinner in the Flagler College Solarium

Tuesday, July 26: Age-Old Stories Images for New Worlds

7:30-9:00
Continental Breakfast at the Student Center

9:00-10:30
I. The Spanish-Timucuan Exempla in La Florida, George Aaron Broadwell II. Russian Reconfigurations of Medieval Exempla in the 17th to 20th Centuries, Marie Anne Polo de Beaulieu

10:30-11:00
Coffee Break at Student Center

11:00-12:30
Final Discussion

12:30-1:30
Buffet Lunch at Student Center

•All paper presentations, business meeting, and final discussion will take place in the Gamache Theater in the Student Center. The poster session and coffee breaks will take place in the Virginia Room in the Student Center.