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									    CONFERENCE OF THE HISTORIANS OF MEDIEVAL IBERIA.
            ST. ANDREWS. 7 - 8 SEPTEMBER 2006

Dear Colleagues,

As previously announced, the 2006 Conference of the Historians of Medieval Iberia will be
held at the University of St. Andrews on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th September (lunchtime
to lunchtime inclusive).

So far I have received fourteen offers of papers and the conference promises to be a truly
international gathering, with speakers from Spain, Portugal, Britain, Australia, and the United
States.

The names of those who have offered papers are listed below:

JONATHAN JARRETT (Birkbeck College, University of London):
“An ivory tower over the palace? Gothic self-image in tenth-century Leon.”

JAMES D’EMILIO (University of South Florida. Tampa):
“The Cathedral Chapter of Lugo (1120-1290): Reform and Retrenchment.”

CAROLINA CARL (University of St. Andrews):
“The Bishop and the Basques: Relations between the diocese of Calahorra and its
Archdeaconries of Álava and Vizcaya under Bishop Rodrigo Cascante, 1147-1190.”

JOSÉ MANUEL CERDA (University of New South Wales):
“Carrión, Huesca and León: the Parliamentary meeting of 1188.”

MARIA JOAO V. BRANCO (Universidade Aberta. Lisboa):
“Conceiving and constructing ecclesiastical boundaries in late 12th century Spain: the
enquiries of 1186-1187 in Braga-Compostela dispute.”

JANNA WASILEWSKI (Harvard University):
“Foreigners and Foes in the Leonese Succession Crisis of 1230.”

JOSE MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ (Universidad de Salamanca):
“The Teutonic Order in Spain.”

JOSE ANTONIO JARA (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. Cuenca):
“To protect and populate: facing the depredations and fighting the predators. Urban Castile
and the defence of municipal jurisdiction.”
DANIEL K. GULLO (Universtiy of Chicago):
“Cultivating Friendship and Exchanging Knowledge: The Llullist Circle at the 1489 Cortes
of Zaragoza.”

FRANCISCO RUIZ GÓMEZ (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. Ciudad Real):
“El oficio de caballero según el Quijote.”

ANTONIO DE CASTRO HENRIQUES (University of York):
“The Hundred Years Peace. War and Portuguese finances from the ‘Reconquista’ to the
Fernandine wars.”

CRISTINA JULAR and JULIO ESCALONA (Instituto de Humanidades. CSIC de
Madrid):
(Title to be announced)

PETER RYCRAFT:
(Title to be announced)

ANA ECHEVARRIA (UNED Madrid):
(Title to be announced)

If anyone else would like to present a paper, please get in touch with me no later than the end
of April.

Soon I will send further information about the conference, together with
a booking form.


Esther Pascua
Department of Medieval History
University of St. Andrews
SCOTLAND

								
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