Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Muhlberger speaks at the International Congress of Medieval Studies: Kalamazoo, May 15, 2010

I have been kindly asked to give this year's Journal of Medieval Military History Lecture, which I consider quite an honor. Its title, which I even think I can live up to, is Chivalry: Military Biographies and other Tales of the Later Middle Ages.
It will take place in Fetzer 1010 at 3:30. This scheduling has a lot to be said for it, since I will undoubtedly work up a good thirst, as will Kelly DeVries, who is the commentator.

If you are coming to Kalamazoo, please consider dropping in.

To see the whole Congress schedule, go here.

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Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Muhlberger speaks at Kalamazoo: Friday, May 8, 1:30 PM, Fetzer 1035


At the end of this week I will be at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan. I am delivering a paper on Friday at 1:30 PM in section 273 (Late Medieval Military History: England and France) on "Law and Arms: Charny’s Questions, the First French Ordinance of Arms, and Their Precedents." Please come by if you are in the area and free of other commitments, or can't bear to miss another discussion of Charny's Questions. Me, I'm hooked on the stuff.

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Monday, November 12, 2007

Steve Muhlberger speaks at NU on Wed. Nov. 14, 1 pm, Rm A222


You are invited to attend the Nipissing University Research Lunch, Food For Thought.

Date: Wednesday, November 14
Time: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Room: A222

Steven Muhlberger, Department of History will speak on Noble Warriors or Good Soldiers: Conflicting Views of the Role of the 14th-century Man-at-arms.

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King John II of France. Why? Come and find out!

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Monday, April 30, 2007

Steve Muhlberger speaks at Kalamazoo, May 12, 3:30 session


Along with thousands of other dedicated scholars of the Middle Ages, I will be presenting a paper at the 42nd International Congress of Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan, which is kindly hosted by the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University.

My paper will be in the 3:30 session on Saturday, May 12 in Schneider 1145. The title is "Non-noble deeds of arms in the Late Middle Ages."

I love the Kalamazoo Congress and when I'm not running off to its sister Congress in Leeds, England, I usually attend the whole thing. This year I can't guarantee I'll be there on any day but Saturday. If you want to say hello, why don't you come to the paper?

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