- Helen T. Bennett, Eastern Kentucky University, “The Postmodern Hall in Beowulf: Endings Embedded in Beginnings”
- Lindsey N. Phillips, Florida State University, “Reconstructing Woman’s Place: Feminized Architectural Allegories in Christine de Pizan and Hildegard of Bingen”
- Elizabeth Sklar, Wayne State University, “ ‘Stuffed with Ymagarye’: Emaré’s Robe and the Construction of Desire”
Tenth-Century Anglo-Saxon History
- Patrick W. Conner, West Virginia University, “Documenting Vernacular Performance in the Anglo-Saxon Parish Guild Banquets”
- William H. Smith, Weatherford College, “The Benedictine Reform and the Beginnings of English Prayer”
- Nicole Marafioti, Cornell University, “Memory and Its Obliteration in the Murder of King Edward the Martyr”
I've already gotten copies of most of the abstracts and a couple of the papers; these sessions ought to be pretty good.