Conference Plenaries, 1978–Present

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YearNameInstitutionAddress Title
YearNameInstitutionAddress Title
1978 Howard Kaminsky Florida International University The Crises of 1378 
1980 Anthony Molho Brown University The Dowry Bank in Renaissance Florence 
1980 Ira M. Lapidus University of California, Berkeley Islamic and European Cities: A Late Medieval Comparison 
1982 John Murdoch Harvard University Late Medieval Logic and Natural Philosophy without Nature 
1982 Werner Gundersheimer University of Pennsylvania Wearing a Text: The Social Role of Literacy in Medieval & Renaissance Europe 
1984 Richard Trexler SUNY Binghamton Humiliating the Enemy in Renaissance Italy 
1984 O.B. Hardison, Jr Folger Shakespeare Library The Mystery of Elche 
1986 Charles T. Davis Tulane University Dante and the Empire: Political Thought and Political Rhetoric 
1986 Stephen Ozment Harvard University A Renaissance Marriage 
1988 Joan Ferrante Columbia University Audience, Patron, Author: Women's Participation in Courtly Literature 
1988 Gene Brucker University of California, Berkeley Florentine Voices from the Catasto, 1427-1480 
1990 Edward Muir Louisiana State University The Rise of Courteous Revenge in Renaissance Italy 
1990 R. A. Shoaf University of Florida Dante and Fourteenth-Century England 
1992 William Bouwsma University of California, Berkeley Humanism Reconsidered: From the Italian Renaissance to Montaigne 
1992 William Calin University of Florida Chronicles that Are History, Myth, and Art: Jean Froissart of France and England 
1994 Maureen Quilligan University of Pennsylvania Rewriting Dismemberment: Christine de Pizan and Boccaccio 
1994 William Bowsky University of California, Davis Cloisters with a View: Canons of S. Lorenzo of Florence 
1996 Lee Patterson Yale University Medieval Studies at the End of the Century 
1996 John Najemy Cornell University Giannozzo and his Elders: A Crisis of Masculinity in Renaissance Patriarchy 
1998 Linda Seidel University of Chicago Consider the Lilies: The Language of Flowers in Fifteenth-Century Painting 
1998 Alison Macmillan Brown Royal Holloway, University of London New Men, New Mores? Florence in the Late Quattrocento 
2000 Ronald Witt Duke University The Origins of Italian Humanism 
2000 Martha Howell Columbia University The Marriage Exchange in Medieval & Renaissance Europe 
2002 James Tracy University of Minnesota The Conflicting Imperatives of War and Finance: William of Orange, the States of Holland, and the Crisis of the Dutch Revolt, 1572-1576 
2002 Gene Brucker University of California, Berkeley Fede and Fiducia: The Problem of Italian History, 1350-1500 
2004 Anne Lake Prescott Barnard College Finding a Use for Bad Kings: Saul as an Anti-Model in Early Modern England 
2004 Stanley Chojnacki University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill The Gender of the Casa: Wives in the Renaissance Palace 
2006 Patrick Geary University of California, Los Angeles Language, Power, and Performance in the Ninth Century 
2006 Giuseppe Mazzotta Yale University Dante: Healing the Wounded Will 
2008 John Najemy Cornell University Machiavelli between East and West 
2008 François Rigolot Princeton University Tradition, Otherness, and Cultural Relativism: About Montaigne's Cannibals 
2010 Caroline Bruzelius Duke University Battles for Bodies: Preaching, Burying, and Building in the Medieval Italian City 
2010 Lori Anne Ferrell Claremont Graduate University The Experience of Failure and the Figure of Suicide in King Lear 
2012 Duane Osheim University of Virginia The Papacy, the Plague, and the Prehistory of the Miracle of Loreto 
2012 Jodi Enders University of California, Santa Barbara The Devil in the Flesh in Medieval Farce 
2014 Thomas F. X. Noble University of Notre Dame Five Visitors and a Changing Vista: Rome in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Age 
2014 Ruth Evans St. Louis University Breathing and Meaning-Making in the Middle Ages 
2016 Claire Sponsler University of Iowa Performative Reading and the Medieval Book 
2016 Paula Findlen Stanford University Mondino's Assistant: Imagining the Female Anatomist in Medieval Italy 
2018 Malcolm Vale St John's College, Oxford Secular Culture and the Church in Later Medieval Europe, 1290–1500 
2018 Eleonora Stoppino University of Illinois, Urbana–Champaign Warrior Women and Savage Beasts: Non-Human Domestications in Medieval and Renaissance Chivalric Epic 
2020 Jonathan Phillips Royal Holloway, University of London Writing the History of Saladin 
2020 Mary Floyd-Wilson University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill The Habitation of Airy Nothings 
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