Conference and Other Papers, Unpublished

2011

  • Penelope Nash, ‘How Powerful Women Give Alms : Empress Adelheid and Countess Matilda of Tuscany Compared’ for the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 2011
  • Penelope Nash, ‘The Wrath of the King in the Middle Ages’ for the Emotions in the Medieval and Early Modern World Conference, University of Western Australia, June 2011
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Dangerous Laughter : Law, Violence, Social Bonds - and Humour in Medieval Iceland’ for the Law, Violence and Social Bonds c. 900-1250 conference, University of St. Andrews, June 2011
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Edge-dead men, serving girls and transcended souls : Avian puns in four Old Norse riddles’ for The Figure of the Kenning in Medieval Norse-Icelandic Poetry conference, University of Cambridge, June 2011
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Educational and Fun : Old Norse riddles in literary and popular traditions’ for the 8th Biennial International ANZAMEMS conference, University of Otago, February 2011
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘Chaucer's Tale of Sir Thopas and the Mystery of Thopas’s Lancegay’ for the 8th Biennial International ANZAMEMS conference, University of Otago, February 2011
  • Matthew Glozier, ‘The Scots’ role in the Plantation of Ireland’ for the Sydney Society for Scottish History, May 2011
  • Louise Marshall, ‘Affected bodies and bodily affect : visualising emotion in Renaissance plague images’ for the Emotions in the Medieval and Early Modern World conference, University of Western Australia, June 2011
  • Frances Muecke, ‘The invention of satire - a paradigmatic case?’ for the 5th International Trends in Classics conference, Thessaloniki, May 2011.

2010

  • Chris Bishop, ‘Beowulf : The Monsters and the Comics’ for The Lighter Side of the Middle Ages interdisciplinary symposium, Australian National University, November 2010
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘The Skaldic Project’ for the Digital Editing, Digital Humanities symposium, University of Sydney, December 2010
  • Louise Marshall, ‘Disastrous Emotions and Emotions in the Face of Disaster : Responding to Plague in Renaissance Italy’ for the Australian Historical Association Biennial Conference, (Re)Viewing History, University of Western Australia, July 2010
  • Penelope Nash, ‘Medieval Women and the Problems with Property : How one woman had her cake and ate most of it too’ for the Sydney Medieval and Renaissance Group, October 2010
  • Helen Appleton, ‘Beowulf's Geographic Modes : Realism or Not?’ for the Anglo-Saxon Explorations of Space and Time session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Geraldine Barnes, ‘Rémundar saga keisarasonar and the Legend of Prester John’ for the Dreams of Fame and Honour conference on Late Medieval Icelandic Prose Fiction 1400-1700 Conference, University of Freiburg, Germany, September-October 2010
  • Geraldine Barnes “Learning in the riddarasögur: the case of Dinus saga drambláta”, for the Riddarasögur Colloquium “Exploring French-Scandinavian Literary Relations in the Middle Ages,” University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 2010.
  • Geraldine Barnes, ‘Learning in the riddarasögur’, invited paper for the symposium on Late Medieval Icelandic Romance, University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 2010
  • Emily Baynham, ‘Stretching Time in Anglo-Saxon Charms’ for the Anglo-Saxon Explorations of Space and Time session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘Did Sir Alan Stewart of Darnley succeed as the second Seigneur d’Aubigny in 1429?’ for the XVII George Rudé Seminar, University of Sydney, 14-16 July 2010
  • Elizabeth Bonner “The Funeral Monuments of Henri Cleutin, seigneur d’Oysel, French Ambassador and Lieutenant General in Scotland, 1546-1560 (part 1, Rome)”, Sydney Society for Scottish History, 2010
  • Elizabeth Bonner “Why was James VI so interested in resurrecting Scotland’s ‘Auld Alliance’ with France in the 1590s?” Celtic Conference VII, University of Sydney, 2010.
  • Keagan Brewer, ‘The Libellus de expugnatione Terrae Sanctae per Saladinum : The sacred geography of the Libellus’ for the Crusade Texts and Manuscripts session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Hannah Burrows, 'A dead snake on a dead horse on an ice-floe : Form and function in Old Norse riddles' for the 2010 Colloquium of the Australasian Humour Studies Network, Risk-Taking and Transgression in Humour, University of Sydney, 13-14 February 2010
  • Hannah Burrows, 'From Darkness Comes Light : Reading Medieval Scandinavia from the Perspective of Riddles' for New Directions in Medieval Scandinavian Studies, the 30th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University, NYC, 27-28 March 2010
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Enigma Variations : Hervarar saga’s wave-riddles and supernatural women in Old Norse poetic tradition’ for the Scandinavian Studies Seminar, University College London, 10 June 2010, and for the Medieval Literatures Seminar, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York, 21 June 2010
  • Michael G. Carter, ‘The parsing of the title of the first chapter of Sibawayhi’s Kitāb, or Fifty ways to lose your reader’, for the American Oriental Society Conference, St. Louis Mo., March 2010
  • Robert Curry, ‘Painted From the Picture : Putting Jewish Musicians Back into the History of Musical Life in East Central Europe in the 16th and 17th Centuries’ for the Australian Association of Jewish Studies 22nd Annual Conference, Mandelbaum House, University of Sydney, 14-16 February 2010
  • Sharon Davidson, ‘Trading Cloth : Europeans and the Indian Ocean Textile Trade’ for the Portuguese Exploration : Memory, Trade, and Ideology session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Helen Fulton ‘Literary History and the Medieval Canon in Wales’ for 7th Australian Conference of Celtic Studies from 29 September to 2 October 2010 Sydney
  • Stephanie Hathaway, ‘The Death of the King of Persia and the Conscience of the Christian Knight : Arofel in Aliscans and Wolfram’s Willehalm’ for the Société Rencesvals British Branch conference, University of Glasgow, 27 March 2010 (abstract at http://oxford.academia.edu/StephanieHathaway/Talks).
  • David Juste “Astrology and the Rise of Science in Medieval Europe”, lecture series of the International Consortium on ‘Fate, Freedom and Prognostication in East Asia and Europe”, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, 9 November 2010
  • David Juste “Aristote astrologue au Moyen Age”, international conference ‘Les légendes des savants et des philosophes au Moyen Age et à la Renaissance’, Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, University of Tours, 16–18 September 2010
  • David Juste “The Obscure Motivations of the Translators”, Study Day, The Twelfth-Century Renaissance: People, Texts, Ideas, Centre for Medieval Studies, the University of Sydney, 14 May 2010
  • David Juste “The Transmission of Syrian Cosmology to the West in the Early Middle Ages: the Liber Nemroth”, international worshop ‘Agents and Agency in Transmission, Translation, and Transformation’, McGill University, Montreal, 23–24 April 2010.
  • James Kane, ‘The Libellus de expugnatione Terrae Sanctae per Saladinum : Latinity and relationship to Latin and Old French sources for the Third Crusade’ for the Crusade Texts and Manuscripts session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Ailish McKeown, ‘Travelling with the Archangel Raphael in the Digby Mary Magdalene Play’, for the Reconstructing the Scope of Sacred and Worldly Journeys in Late Medieval Literature session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010.
  • Frances Muecke, ‘Silius in Rome : the first interpreters’ for the Always Coming After conference, University of Nottingham, 12-14 July 2010
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Restorative justice and “blood-lying” in early Irish law’, Celtic Studies Foundation Lunchtime Lecture, University of Sydney, March 2010
  • Ursula Potter, ‘Demonic Possession or Greensickness : the dangers of puberty for early modern girls’ for the Miracles, Medicine and Magic : Explaining the Natural, the Unnatural, and the Supernatural in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods conference, Centre for Medieval and Early Modern European Studies, University of Auckland, 10-11 April 2010
  • John Pryor, ‘The Libellus de expugnatione Terrae Sanctae per Saladinum : Authorship, dating, and relationship to other excitatoria’ for the Crusade Texts and Manuscripts session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Margaret Rogerson, ‘Affective Piety/Emotion Memory : Actors in pre-Reformation Chester and Stanislavsky’ for the Chester 2010 Symposium, Drama and Religion 1555-1575 : The Chester Cycle in Context, University of Toronto, 21-24 May 2010
  • Zita Rohr, ‘ “On the road again” : The Semi-Nomadic Career of Yolande of Aragon (1400-1439)’ for the Unsentimental Journeys : Building Loyalty and Consolidating Power - Three Late Mediaeval Queens-Lieutenant from the Crown of Aragon session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Juanita Ruys “Demonology, mental illness, and suicide in the Middle Ages” at the conference Understanding emotions: an interdisciplinary workshop, UWA 24-25 September 2010
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘The Mystery of the Medieval English Lancegay' for the Heroic Warriors and their Weapons in Medieval Literature and Modern Archaeology session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Ahmad Shboul “Byzantium’s cultural contributions to early Arab-Islamic civilization” at the conference Byzantium’s acceptance, transformation, and transmission of culture to the World (Istanbul, 2010)
  • Max Walkley “Light-hearted Amusement or Comic Agression?: English Mocked in Two Old French Fabliaux”, at The lighter Side of the Middle Ages, ANU, 26/11/2010.
  • Anna Wallace, ‘Exploring Time and Space in Andreas’ for the Anglo-Saxon Explorations of Space and Time session of the Travel and Exploration conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12-15 July 2010
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘Revisionary Chronologies and the Chaucer Canon’ for the 17th Biennial Conference of the New Chaucer Society, 15-19 July 2010
  • Peter Wilkin, ‘Dionysus and Orpheus : The Poetic Imagination and Natural Philosophical Investigation in the thought of Francis Bacon’ for the Society for Renaissance Studies, York University, July 2010

2009

  • Geraldine Barnes, 'Nostalgia and the Vinland voyages' for the International ARC NEER-funded symposium on 'The Medievalism of Nostalgia', University of Melbourne, 27-28 November 2009
  • Emily Baynham, ‘The manuscript contexts of Anglo-Saxon charms’ for the Sydney Medieval and Renaissance Group, October 2009
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Not Waving But Drowning : Heiðreks saga's wave-riddles and Old Norse poetic language for the sea’ for the EMLAC research cluster, University of Sydney, 6 November 2009
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘The Secret Lives of Lawspeakers : The portrayal of lögsögumenn in the Íslendingasögur’ for the 14th International Saga Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, August 2009
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Myth and Cognition’ for the Myth and Theory Conference, University of Aberdeen, October 2009
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Poets and Ethnicity’ for the 14th International
    Saga Conference, University of Uppsala, July 2009
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Writing down the Myths’ (invited paper on Snorri Sturluson’s Edda) for UCLA, April 2009
  • Robert Curry, ‘Clarist Double Monasteries’ for the International Conference Celebrating the 800th Anniversary of the Founding of the Franciscan Movement, Yarra Theological Union, Melbourne, 20-21 October 2009
  • Carole Cusack, 'Alternative Spiritualities in Australia' for the Alternative Spiritualities Conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, October 30-31 2009
  • Lola Sharon Davidson, ‘Arnalda de la Motta : The Ministry of a Female Perfect’ for the Heresy and the Albigensian Crusade, III : New Approaches session of the Heresy and Orthodoxy conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 13-16 July 2009
  • Stephanie Hathaway, ‘The Maligned Sister of Guillaume d'Orange : Blancheflor in Aliscans and Wolfram’s Willehalm’ for the Société Rencesvals XVIIIE Congrès International, Geneva, 21 July 2009 (abstract at http://oxford.academia.edu/StephanieHathaway/Talks).
  • Roxanne Marcotte, ‘Les noétiques d’Abū al-‘Abbās al-Lawkarī (m. après 1109) et d’Abū al-Barakāt al-Baghdadī (m. vers 547/1151)’ for the research seminar at the Institut dominicain d’études orientales, IDEO, Cairo, 19 May, 2009
  • Roxanne Marcotte, ‘Noetics and Illuminationism in the Kashf al-Haqā’iq of Athīr al-Dīn al-Abharī (d. 663/1264)’ for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Edinburgh (School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures), 12 May, 2009
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘From patchwork to tapestry : methodologies and materials for understanding the early medieval’ (plenary lecture) for Australian Early Medieval Association Sixth Annual Conference, Monash University, October 2009
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Sick maintenance laws indigenous to early Ireland’ for Towards Restorative Justice Conference, ASFLA/University of Sydney, December 2009
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Towards a relative chronology of early Irish law’ for Early Celtic Legal Language Symposium, University of Sydney, June 2009
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘The law in early medieval Scotland’ for Sydney Society for Scottish History, June 2009
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Libran of the reed-beds: hagiography as legal history’ for Sydney Medieval and Renaissance Group, May 2009
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘History, folklore and the folksong “Mary Hamilton”’, Celtic Studies Foundation Lunchtime Lecture, University of Sydney, May 2009
  • Zita Rohr, ‘The Reverse of the Tapestry : A Snapshot of the Life and Times of Yolande of Aragon (1381-1442) : Limits and Possibilities of Authority and Power in the Late Middle Ages’ for the Irish conference of Historians, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, and the Irish Academy, June 2009
  • John Scahill, ‘Lexemes and the law: The language of an unpublished fifteenth-century document in Keio University Library’ for the conference of the Society for English Historical Language and Linguistics, Hiroshima, August 2009

2008

  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘Ceremonial Chivalry at the French Court of the King’s Scots Guards during the Reigns of Louis XII (1498-1515) and François Ier (1515-1547)’ for ANZAMEMS conference, University of Tasmania, December 2008
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Enigma Variations : Heiðreks saga’s wave-riddles and Old Norse poetic language for the sea’ for ANZAMEMS conference, University of Tasmania, December 2008.
  • Lola Sharon Davidson, ‘Na Prous : the female heretic as dissenting moral subject’ for ANZAMEMS conference, University of Tasmania, December 2008
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Stones, sites, tides and topography: locating ecclesiastical activity in early medieval Scotland’ for ANZAMEMS Conference, University of Tasmania, December 2008
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Once a lawyer, always a lawyer? Legal overtones in Adomnan’s Vita Columbae’ for Australian Early Medieval Association Fifth Annual Conference, Australian Catholic University, October 2008
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Tides and topography : locating ecclesiastical activity in Pictland and Dalriada’ for Early Medieval Scotland Workshop, University of St Andrews, July 2008
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Cold Cases : Law and Legal Detail in the Íslendingasögur’ for the Sydney Symposium in Old Norse-Icelandic Studies, April 2008.
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Between a rock and a wet place : women and the law in early Ireland’ for The Aisling Society, Sydney, February 2008
  • Penelope Nash, 'Demonstrations of Imperium with Byzantine Influences in the Late Eighth and Tenth Centuries in the West' for Imperium and Culture, the XVth Biennial Conference of the Australian Association for Byzantine Studies honouring Elizabeth and Michael Jeffreys, University of NSW, Sydney, 8-10 February 2008
  • Roxanne Marcotte, ‘La psychologie d’Ibn Miskawayh (d.1030) : présentation de quelques piste de recherche sur l’étude de l’âme et de l’intellect’ [on Ibn Miskawayh’s theory of the soul and the intellect] for the Institut Dominicain d’Etudes Orientales (IDEO), Cairo, 30 January 2008
  • Roxanne Marcotte, ‘L’eschatologie du Bayan al-haqq (arabe) et du Asrar-i hikmat (persan) d’Abu al-‘Abbas al-Lawkari (d.after1109)’ [on the eschatology of al-Lawkari in his Arabic and Persian works] for the Institut Dominicain d’Etudes Orientales (IDEO), Cairo, 6 February 2008
  • Frances Muecke, ‘Silius Italicus in the Renaissance’ for Brown and Columbia Universities, USA
  • Leon Wild, ‘Ravens in Old Norse myth and literature’ for the Symposium in Old Norse - Icelandic Studies, University of Sydney, April 2008
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘Salamanca’s Siblings : Fisher Mss 327, 349 and 351’ by invitation for the Cathedral, Court, City and Cloister : Spanish Liturgical Music Manuscripts at the University of Sydney and their International Contexts Symposium, The University of Sydney, 9-11 July 2008
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘A Cluster of Cantorales : Rediscovering a Context for a Group of Sydney Manuscripts’ by invitation for the Imagination, Books, and Community International Conference, The State Library of Victoria, 29-31 May 2008
  • John Pryor, 'A view from a masthead : the First Crusade viewed from the sea' for the presentation conference for Beni Kedar, Jerusalem, February 2008, and for a workshop in honour of Professor Richard W. Unger on the occasion of his retirement, Department of History, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, April 2008

2007

  • Chris Bishop, ‘Fate, and the Absence of Future, in the Poetry of Wessex’ at Conversion and Cultural Transformation, for the Fourth Annual Conference of the Australian Early Medieval Association, University of Sydney, September 2007
  • Chris Bishop, ‘Savage Nobles : Representations of the Anglo-Saxon Body in the Art of Nineteenth-Century Britain’ for the Sixth Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, University of Adelaide, February 2007
  • John Pryor, ‘A medieval Mediterranean maritime revolution : Crusading by Sea ca 1096-1204’ for the Tradition and transition : maritime studies in the wake of the Byzantine shipwreck at Yassi Ada, Turkey, symposium, Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A and M University, College Station, Texas, November 2007
  • Leon Wild, ‘The Raven Banner at Clontarf, the context of an Old Norse legendary icon’ for the Vikings and their Enemies symposium, University of Melbourne, November 2007
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘“To hide from the Vikings”? Irish round towers and Vikings as enemies’ for Vikings and their Enemies Symposium, University of Melbourne, November 2007
  • Kathleen E. Nelson, ‘Teaching and Research on Palaeography Island’ for the Musicological Society of Australia National Conference, Brisbane, November 2007
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘Kyriale-Troper Ms 351 : The University of Sydney as Salamanca’s Island’ for the Musicological Society of Australia National Conference, Brisbane, November 2007
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Romancing the Stone : picturesque ruins of Great Britain’ for National Gallery of Victoria, August 2007
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Becoming a fuidir in early Ireland’ for Sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, July 2007
  • Kathleen E. Nelson, ‘The Historia of St Hilary of Poitiers in Spanish sources of the 11th and early 12th centuries’ for the Cantus Planus, 18th Congress of the International Musicological Society, Zürich, July 2007
  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘The Early Career of Sir William Kirkcaldy of Grange, c.1520-1558’ for Celtic Conference VI, University of Sydney, July 2007
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘Cathedral, Court, City, and Cloister’ for the Musicological Society of Australia National Conference, Brisbane, November 2007
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘Spanish Liturgical Music Manuscripts at the University of Sydney : A Preliminary Report’ for the International Association of Music Libraries, Sydney, July 2007
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘Ser o no Se r : Life and Death in Iberian Musical Culture’ and ‘Lamentations of Jeremiah in Portugal : Three Sixteenth-Century Printed Sources of Liturgical Chant’ for the International Musicological Society Congress, Zurich, July 2007
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘Spanish Liturgical Manuscripts at the University of Sydney’ for the Cantus Planus, Zurich, July 2007
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Incest, baskets, shrines and crosses : text and material culture in early medieval Ireland’ for ANZAMEMS Conference, University of Adelaide, February 2007

2006

  • Chris Bishop, ‘Uncer Gied Geador : The Purpose of Ambiguity in Wulf and Eadwacer’ for Conquest and Continuity, the Third Annual Conference of the Australian Early Medieval Association, University of Melbourne, September 2006

  • Pamela O'Neill, Response to Andrew Lynch, ‘“Thingless names”? The St Georges of Perth’ for Cultural Translations Symposium, NEER/State Library of Victoria, November 2006
  • Mike Carter, ‘The double helix, language and theology in medieval Islam’ for the Thoughts, words and things : exploring the links in the Christian and Islamic traditions conference, University of Cambridge, 11-12 November 2006
  • Mike Carter, ‘Sentence types in grammar, law, and philosophy’ for the Union of European Arabists and Islamicists conference, Sardinia, October 2006
  • Ursula Potter, ‘Greensickness, Physicians, and Chastity in Early Modern Drama’ at the Humanism and Medicine in the Early Modern Era symposium, University of Western Australia, 20-22 September 2006
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘Emancipation through Education : A Self-Education Manual for Aspiring Gentlemen of the Fifteenth Century’, for the Southern African Society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies conference, Stellenbosch, 6–9 September 2006
  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘Les Clouet Connections : New French Archival Research for Three Oxford DNB Articles’ for XV George Rudé Seminar, University of Adelaide, July 2006
  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘Escaping the Classroom : George Buchanan’s Successful Move from the University of Paris to the Private Sector’, for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Sharon Davidson, 'Dreaming in Class : Aristotle's De sompno in the Schools', for the Classics in the Classroom Conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Dugald McLellan, ‘Humanist Educator as Communal Schoolmaster : Antonio Mancinelli in Orvieto at the End of the Fifteenth Century’, for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Diana Modesto, 'Brunetto Latini's Translation of Cicero's De inventione in Dante's Inferno', for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Frances Muecke, ‘Light (and Dark) on Pomponio Leto’s Students’, for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Ursula Potter, ‘Erasmus and Terence in the Tudor School Classroom’, for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Juanita Ruys, ‘Using Abelard as a School Text : The Glosses on MS P of the Carmen ad Astralabium’ for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Brian Taylor, ‘The Singschule (‘singing school’) of the German Mastersingers of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries: Merely a Concert, or Mediator of the Seven Liberal Arts and Other Classical Learning?’ , for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • John O. Ward, ‘The Classics in the Classroom in the High Middle Ages and its Relevance to the Humanities Today’, for the Classics in the Classroom conference, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Margaret Rogerson, ‘The York Guilds and the Mystery Plays’, a public lecture for the York Early Music Festival, July 2006
  • Yvette Debergue, ‘Love, Hatred and Revenge among Heretics’ for the Emotion and Gesture conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 10-13 July 2006
  • Bridgette Slavin, ‘Madness, Morality and Prophecy in the Celtic Wildman Tradition’ for the Emotion and Gesture conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 10-13 July 2006
  • Emily Baynham, ‘Desire and Power in Old English Metrical Charms’ for the Emotion and Gesture conference, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 10-13 July 2006
  • Tom Burton, ‘Dialect poetry and the need for performance : the case of William Barnes’ for the Sound Effects : The Oral/Aural Dimensions of Literatures in English conference at St Andrews University, UK, 5-8 July 2006
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Lost infants in the Irish psyche’ for International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures Annual Conference, University of NSW, July 2006
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Scottish Dalriada: early Christian reality or modern construct?’ for Identity and Celticism Symposium, LaTrobe University, May 2006
  • Yvette Paiement Debergue, ‘How to Identify a Heretic : The Cathars, Personal Effects and Affectations’, for the 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2006
  • Tom Burton, ‘Dialect poetry and the need for performance : the case of William Barnes’ for the Sound Effects : The Oral/Aural Dimensions of Literatures in English conference, St Andrews University, 5-8 July 2006
  • Juanita Ruys, ‘Medieval Latin Meditations on Old Age’, for the Old Age and Aging in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period conference, University of Arizona, Tucson, 27-29 April 2006
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘Jerome’s daemonio meridiano and the Figure of the Satanic Hunter in Medieval Literature’ for the Centre of Education’s Lecture Series, University of Sydney, 12 April 2006
  • Juanita Ruys, ‘From Virile Eloquence to Hysteria : Reading the Latinity of the Medieval Woman Writer Heloise in the Early Modern Period’ for the 2006 Spring Program in Renaissance Studies, Columbia University, New York, April 2006
  • Mike Carter, ‘The Commands of God in the Qur’an as a Problem of Pragmatic Linguistics’ for the The Ten Commandments and their Appropriations in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam conference, Madison, Wisconsin, April 2006
  • Mike Carter, ‘The hermeneutics of the Islamic Decalogue, a preliminary enquiry’ for the American Oriental Society, Seattle, March 2006
  • Ursula Potter, ‘Greensick Girls and Physicians in Early Modern Drama’ for the Sickness and Health Conference, Centre for Medieval and Early Modern European Studies, University of Auckland, 4-5 February 2006
  • Jose Manuel Cerda, ‘Cum consilio et deliberatione episcoporum, comitum, et baronum nostrorum : consultation, deliberation and the crafting of parliamentary assemblies in England and the Spanish kingdoms’, for the International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions 56th conference, Krakow, 5-8 September 2005 (proceedings to be published 2006)
  • Jose Manuel Cerda, ‘La convocación de representantes urbanos a la curia regia en Inglaterra y los reinos españoles y los or'genes de las asambleas parlamentarias,’ for the 2nd Symposium of Young Medievalists, Lorca, Spain, 16-18 March 2004 (proceedings to be published March 2006)
  • Jose Manuel Cerda, ‘La convocación de representantes urbanos a la curia regia en Inglaterra y los reinos españoles y los or'genes de las asambleas parlamentarias,’ for the 2nd Symposium of Young Medievalists, Lorca, Spain, 16-18 March 2004 (proceedings to be published March 2006)