International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England (July 12-15, 2004)

Session 709: Textile in Transition

  • One of a Kind: A Purse with Late Medieval Designs but Early Modern Techniques. Anne Reaves, Marian College, Indianapolis, IN (USA)
  • Anglo-Saxon Embroidery: Sutton Hoo to the Cuthbert Vestment
  • From Functional to Decorative? Alexandra M. Lester, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK)
  • Naughty or Not: The Late Elizabethan Embroidered Jacket. Danielle Nunn-Weinberg, University of Manchester (UK)

Session 809: Textiles in Context

  • Text and Textiles: Early Medieval Embroidered Inscriptions. Elizabeth Coatsworth, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK)
  • One Quilt or Two?: A Reconstruction of the Guicciardini Tristan Embroidery and its Narrative. Sarah E. M. Randles, Australian National University, Sydney (AUSTRALIA)

International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan (May 6-9, 2004)

Session 348: Dress and Textiles I: Creating Textiles

  • "De Fil d'Or et de Soie": Making Textiles in Medieval French Texts. Monica L. Wright, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro (USA)
  • Aragon/Catalonia, Venice, and Wool: Antonio Contarini's 1403 Brag. Eleanor A. Congdon, Youngstown State University, OH (USA)
  • Why Is Mary Tablet Weaving?
    Miranda Howard Haddock, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo (USA)

Session 400: Dress and Textiles II: Cloth Trade and Traders

  • Saracen Silk and the Virgin's Chemise: Cloth Trade from East to West. E. Jane Burns, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (USA)
  • Drapers, Tailors, and Fripiers: Shopping for New (or Slightly Used) Clothing in Medieval France. Sarah-Grace Heller, Ohio State University, Columbus (USA)
  • Cloth of Gold and Saracen Almspurses: The Role of Paris in the International Cloth Market of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Sharon Farmer, University of California, Santa Barbara (USA)

Session 510: Dress and Textiles III: Jewelry and Accessories

  • The Doney Ring: An Early Fifteenth-Century Gold Iconographic Ring from Cornwall. Joanna Mattingly, Truro, Cornwall (UK)
  • The Jeweled Fur Piece of the Renaissance. Tawny Sherrill, California State University, Long Beach (USA)
  • A Survey of Medieval and Early Modern Silk Tassels.
    Anne Reaves, Marian College, Indianapolis, IN (USA)

Session 608: Dress and Textiles IV: Interpreting Archaeological Artifacts

  • Regalia in Ireland in the Hiberno-Viking Period as Described in "The Wooing of Becfhola". Niamh Whitfield, Morley College, London (UK)
  • A Set of Medieval Buttons Recently Excavated in Cork City, County Cork, Ireland. Elizabeth Wincott Heckett, University College, Cork (IRELAND)
  • Nalbinding or Not?: Some Structural Differences Between Nalbinding and Other Non-woven Textile Techniques. Anne Marie Haymes, Snohomish, WA (USA)
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