The International Medieval Sermon Studies Society (IMSSS) promotes and fosters the study of medieval sermons and preaching in Latin and the vernacular languages within their social, literary, religious, intellectual, theological, catechetical, political and historical contexts.
The Society also promotes and fosters the study of various artes praedicandi, and theories of preaching derived from them, as well as material used by sermon writers (e.g., Florilegia, commentaries, etc.).
For more information, please see About IMSSS.
May 08, 2014 08:00 AM
May 11, 2014 01:00 PM
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Saturday, 10 May, 12:00 p.m. Bernhard Faculty Lounge
International Medieval Sermon Studies Society Business Meeting
Session 525, Bernard 211, Sunday 11 May, 8:30 a.m.
Medieval Sermon Studies I: Mendicant Preaching: Their Tools, Audience, and Influence
Johannes Tauler: Preaching the Exaltation of the Cross
Donald F. Duclow, Gwynedd-Mercy College
How a Franciscan Preacher Learned Canon Law
Kimberly Rivers, Univ. of Wisconsin–Oshkosh
Educating and Entertaining in Fifteenth-Century Friuli: The Preaching of
Leonardo Mattei da Udine (1399–1469)
Stefan Visnjevac, Univ. of Roehampton
Session 562, Bernard 211, Sunday 11 May, 10:30 a.m.
Medieval Sermon Studies II: Preaching to the Laity: Orthodoxy, Heterodoxy, and Gender
Herwagen’s Pseudo-Bedan Homiliary and the Gregorian Reform
Nathan J. Ristuccia, Univ. of Chicago
Saracens and Saints in Late Medieval English Sermons
Judy Ann Ford, Texas A&M Univ.–Commerce
Feminizing God’s Word? The Gendered Nature of Biblical References in Late
Medieval English Sermons
Beth Allison Barr, Baylor Univ.
Saint Vincent’s Eucharistic Theology in His Catalán Sermon De corpore Christi
Alberto Ferreiro, Seattle Pacific Univ.