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Medieval congress draws scholars from around world

The Korean medievalists are coming. And so are the Canadians, the Russians, the Hungarians and the Czechs, to name a few. Those scholars and about 3,000 others from around the world are slated to gather on the campus of Western Michigan University May 6-9 for the 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies.

Researchers, students, performers and other enthusiasts will descend on Kalamazoo and, in more than 600 sessions, they will discuss topics that include the work of J.R.R. Tolkien, medieval genealogy and witches in Anglo-Saxon England. Attendees also will review research in such areas as medieval literature, architecture and the application of digital technology in reconstructing damaged manuscripts.

Read the original article at: WMU News

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