We are very pleased to announce that the 25th anniversary Irish Conference of Medievalists will be held at the National University of Ireland, Galway, in June 2011. Planning is currently under way, more details to follow soon.
In the meantime, e-mail email@example.com with SUBSCRIBE ICM Your Name in the message body to sign up for updates, or join our Facebook group.
You can also e-mail any enquiries to the 2011 Organising Secretary, Pádraic Moran, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to our 46 speakers, our chairs, our student helpers and all those to travelled to attend and support the conference. It was a very busy few days, and the organising committee was delighted with the quality of papers and discussion, and with the friendly and sociable atmosphere characteristic of previous ICMs.
The committee would like to extend special gratitude to its chair, Jacopo Bisagni, who spear-headed the initiative from the beginning, and took on the lion’s share of the organisational duties. The success of the conference is due in large part to his personal commitment and many hours of hard work.
We hope to post a few pictures shortly, and news about the 25th-anniversary conference in 2011 will follow when it becomes available. To keep up to date, we recommend you sign up to our mailing list (details on right), or join our Facebook group.
(Finally, don’t forget to follow Cathy Swift — the organiser of many previous ICMs — on her journey across the Via Francigena.)
Final conference programme now available here:
ICM 2010 Programme
Proposals should include a title and short abstract (200 words), as well as the speaker’s name, postal and e-mail addresses. The deadline for submission is 28 February 2010. Please send proposals to:
Dr Jacopo Bisagni
Department of Classics
National University of Ireland, Galway
or by e-mail to: email@example.com
Registration fee: full €40; students €25 (includes all tea breaks and Saturday lunch).
Conference dinner (Saturday evening): €50.
[Note: Paper length should be 20 minutes.]
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