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MONDAY 07 JULY 2014: 11.15-12.

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Session: 117 Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
Title: RULING, ADMINISTERING, AND MAINTAINING A COMPOSITE EMPIRE:
EMPEROR AND KING SIGISMUND OF LUXEMBURG, 1368-1437, I -
EXPECTATIONS, IMAGES, AND REALITIES OF RULE
Sponsor: Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung & Institut fr
Geschichte, Universitt Wien / Institute of Historical & Social Sciences,
Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Organiser: Alexandra Kaar, Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung /
Institut fr Geschichte, Universitt Wien and Suzana Miljan, Institute of
Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts,
Zagreb
Moderator: Suzana Miljan
Paper 117-a: Hungary as Empire, Commonwealth, and Composite Monarchy in
the Age of Sigismund and Beyond (Language: English)
Martyn Rady, School of Slavonic & East European Studies, University
College London
Paper 117-b: Princes in Attempts of Creating an Empire: Sigismund of
Luxemburg and Ladislas of Naples (Language: English)
Damir Karbi, Institute of Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian
Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Paper 117-c: Public Perceptions of Emperor Sigismund at the Council of
Constance (Language: English)
Aaron Vanides, Program of Medieval Studies, Yale University
Paper 117-d: King Sigismund of Luxemburgs Promotion of St Sigismund of
Burgundys Cult and Its Artistic Expression in Late Medieval
Hungary (Language: English)
Drago Gheorghe Nstsoiu, Department of Medieval Studies, Central
European University, Budapest
Session: 118 Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
Title: A WORLD OF EMPIRES, I: CLAIMING IMPERIAL AUTHORITY
Sponsor: Cluster of Excellence Asia & Europe in a Global Context, Ruprecht-
Karls-Universitt Heidelberg
Organiser: Chris Jones, Department of History, University of Canterbury,
Christchurch, Christoph Mauntel, Historisches Seminar, Ruprecht-Karls-
Universitt Heidelberg and Klaus P. Oschema, Historisches Seminar,
Ruprecht-Karls-Universitt Heidelberg
Moderator: Georg Jostkleigrewe, Institut fr Frhmittelalterforschung, Westflische
Wilhelms-Universitt, Mnster
Paper 118-a: An English Emperor?: Englishmen Conquer the Empire in the
Anglo-Norman Romance of Waldef (Language: English)
Judith Weiss, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
Paper 118-b: Imperial Ambitions?: Empire in Later Capetian Thought
(Language: English)
Chris Jones
MONDAY 07 JULY 2014: 14.15-15.45
Session: 216 Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.10
Title: STAUFEN AND PLANTAGENETS: TWO EMPIRES IN COMPARISON, II -
BISHOPS AND SAINTS
Sponsor: Haskins Society
Organiser: Alheydis Plassmann, Institut fr Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt Bonn
Moderator: Hans-Werner Goetz, Historisches Seminar, Universitt Hamburg
Paper 216-a: Bishops in the Service of the Staufen Empire and the Angevin
Empire (Language: English)
Stefanie Schild, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt Bonn
Paper 216-b: Thomas Becket and Rainald of Dassel: Two Upstarts in Service
of Their King (Language: English)
Dominik Bschken, Institut fr Geschichtswissenschaft, Rheinische
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt Bonn
Paper 216-c: Making Use of Saints: Charlemagne and Thomas Becket
(Language: English)
Gesine E. Oppitz-Trotman, School of History, University of East Anglia
Session: 217 Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
Title: RULING, ADMINISTERING, AND MAINTAINING A COMPOSITE EMPIRE:
EMPEROR AND KING SIGISMUND OF LUXEMBURG, 1368-1437, II:
QUEENSHIP AND CO-RULERSHIP
Sponsor: Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung & Institut fr
Geschichte, Universitt Wien / Institute of Historical & Social Sciences,
Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Organiser: Alexandra Kaar, Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung /
Institut fr Geschichte, Universitt Wien and Suzana Miljan, Institute of
Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts,
Zagreb
Moderator: Mrta Kondor, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Paper 217-a: Queenship in the Age of the Luxemburgians (Language: English)
Amalie Fel, Fakultt fr Geisteswissenschaften, Universitt Duisburg-
Essen
Paper 217-b: The Birth of Historic Legend: The Black Queen Barbara of Cilli
(Language: English)
Daniela Dvokov, Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Science,
Bratislava
Paper 217-c: Queen Elisabeth of Luxemburg: Her Ruling Practice in the Mirror
of Her Charters and Correspondence (Language: English)
Anna Jagoov, Institut fr Mittelalterforschung, sterreichische
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
MONDAY 07 JULY 2014: 16.30-18.00
Session: 317 Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
Title: RULING, ADMINISTERING, AND MAINTAINING A COMPOSITE EMPIRE:
EMPEROR AND KING SIGISMUND OF LUXEMBURG, 1368-1437, III -
COURTS AND COURTIERS
Sponsor: Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung & Institut fr
Geschichte, Universitt Wien / Institute of Historical & Social Sciences,
Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Organiser: Alexandra Kaar, Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung /
Institut fr Geschichte, Universitt Wien and Suzana Miljan, Institute of
Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts,
Zagreb
Moderator: Alexandra Kaar
Paper 317-a: Resident and Mobile: Administration and Governance in
Sigismunds Lands, 1410-1419 (Language: English)
Mrta Kondor, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Paper 317-b: In His Majestys Service: King Sigismunds Royal Knights from
the County of Zagreb, 1387-1437 (Language: English)
Suzana Miljan
Paper 317-c: Versatile profecto ingenium, naturae bonitas singularis:
Financial Advisers of Emperor Sigismund of Luxemburg
(Language: English)
Krisztina Arany, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest / National Archives of Hungary, Budapest
Paper 317-d: The Bohemian and Moravian Nobility at the Court of Emperor
Sigismund (Language: English)
Petr Elbel, Regesta Imperii Branch Office / Department of History,
Masaryk University, Brno / Institut fr Mittelalterforschung,
sterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Session: 318 Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
Title: MARGINAL EMPIRES?: IMPERIAL PRACTICES AND REPRESENTATIONS ON THE
BORDERS OF EUROPE, I
Sponsor: Department of History, University of Sydney
Organiser: Hlne Sirantoine, Department of History, University of Sydney
Moderator: Jean-Philippe Genet, Laboratoire de Mdivistique Occidentale de Paris
(LAMOP - UMR 8589), Universit Paris I - Panthon-Sorbonne
Paper 318-a: When Being King is Not Enough: Early Imperial Experiments in
the Spanish Kingdom of Len, 9
th
-12
th
Centuries (Language:
English)
Hlne Sirantoine
Paper 318-b: The Almohad Empire: The Arab-Berber Ideology of a Muslim
Caliphate, 12
th
-13
th
Centuries (Language: English)
Pascal Buresi, Facult de Gographie, Histoire, Histoire de lArt,
Universit Lumire Lyon II
Paper 318-c: Portugal and the Holy Empire during the Reign of Afonso V,
1448-1481 (Language: English)
Mariana Sales, Universidade Estadual de Campinas / Universit
Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III
TUESDAY 08 JULY 2014: 09.00-10.30
Session: 516 Michael Sadler Building: Room LG.16
Title: THE OTTONIANS: NEW PERSPECTIVES
Organiser: IMC Programming Committee
Moderator: David Bachrach, Department of History, University of New Hampshire
Paper 516-a: Liudprand of Cremonas Sanctus Imperator: Otto I in Historia
Ottonis (Language: English)
Antoni Grabowski, Independent Scholar, Warszawa
Paper 516-b: The Imperial Stone: Porphyry and the Genesis of the Ottonian
Empire (Language: English)
Karen Blough, Department of Art, Plattsburgh State University, New
York
Paper 516-c: Otto III and the Chronicon of Thietmarus (Language: English)
Loredana De Falco, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Universit degli
Studi di Napoli - Federico II
Session: 517 Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
Title: RULING, ADMINISTERING, AND MAINTAINING A COMPOSITE EMPIRE:
EMPEROR AND KING SIGISMUND OF LUXEMBURG, 1368-1437, IV -
NOBILITY AND CROWN
Sponsor: Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung & Institut fr
Geschichte, Universitt Wien / Institute of Historical & Social Sciences,
Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Organiser: Alexandra Kaar, Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung /
Institut fr Geschichte, Universitt Wien and Suzana Miljan, Institute of
Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts,
Zagreb
Moderator: Damir Karbi, Institute of Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian
Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Paper 517-a: Followers and Enemies of King Sigismund: Examples of the
Counties of Poega, Vukovo, and Srijem (Language: English)
Marija Karbi, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb
Paper 517-b: Unreliable Allies: Sigismunds Followers in Hussite Bohemia
(Language: English)
Robert Novotn, Centrum Medievistickch Studi, Praha
Paper 517-c: The Autonomy of the Lesser Nobility within King Sigismunds
Realm: The Case Study of the Castle-Warriors of Veliki Kalnik
(Language: English)
va B. Halsz, Magyar Medievisztikai Kutatcsoport, Budapest - Szeged
TUESDAY 08 JULY 2014: 11.15-12.45
Session: 617 Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
Title: RULING, ADMINISTERING, AND MAINTAINING A COMPOSITE EMPIRE:
EMPEROR AND KING SIGISMUND OF LUXEMBURG, 1368-1437, V -
FINANCES AND WAR
Sponsor: Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung & Institut fr
Geschichte, Universitt Wien / Institute of Historical & Social Sciences,
Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Organiser: Alexandra Kaar, Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung /
Institut fr Geschichte, Universitt Wien and Suzana Miljan, Institute of
Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts,
Zagreb
Moderator: Martyn Rady, School of Slavonic & East European Studies, University
College London
Paper 617-a: The Hungarian Pledges and Sigismund of Luxemburgs Wars
(Language: English)
Jnos Incze, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European
University, Budapest
Paper 617-b: Sigismund of Luxemburgs Pledge Policy in Bohemia, 1420-1437
(Language: English)
Stanislav Brta, Regesta Imperii Branch Office / Department of History,
Masaryk University, Brno
Paper 617-c: Trade and Crusade: Sigismund and the Trade-Ban against
Hussite Bohemia (Language: English)
Alexandra Kaar
Paper 617-d: Trade War of King Sigismund against Venice (Language: English)
Martin tefanik, Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Science,
Bratislava
Session: 618 Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
Title: TO BE OR NOT TO BE EMPEROR: TRANSCULTURAL APPROACHES TO THE
CONCEPT OF IMPERIAL RULE FROM ICELAND TO JERUSALEM, I
Organiser: Jan Clauss, Historisches Seminar, Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt
Mnster, Torben Gebhardt, Historisches Seminar, Westflische
Wilhelms-Universitt, Mnster and Christian Scholl, Historisches
Seminar, Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt Mnster
Moderator: Hiram Kmper, Historisches Institut, Universitt Mannheim
Paper 618-a: Imitatio imperii without Emperors: The Case of the Barbarians
(Language: English)
Christian Scholl
Paper 618-b: The Basileus, the Khagan, and the Rulers of the Bulgarians:
Ambiguities about Imperial Rulership in the Earlier Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Sebastian Kolditz, Historisches Seminar, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitt
Heidelberg
Paper 618-c: Intoxication with Hegemony?: The Anjou and the Latin Empire
of Constantinople (Language: English)
Stefan Burkhardt, Akademie der Wissenschaften, Ruprecht-Karls-
Universitt Heidelberg
TUESDAY 08 JULY 2014: 14.15-15.45
Session: 716 Michael Sadler Building: Rupert Beckett Theatre
Title: IN MEMORY OF DAVID A. WARNER, I: THE OTTONIAN EMPIRE
Organiser: Jonathan Lyon, Department of History, University of Chicago
Moderator: Jonathan Lyon
Paper 716-a: Ottonian Government Revisited (Language: English)
David Bachrach, Department of History, University of New Hampshire
Paper 716-b: Ottonian Empire and Ottonian Historiography (Language: English)
Ludger Krntgen, Historisches Seminar, Mittelalterliche Geschichte,
Johannes-Gutenberg-Universitt, Mainz
Paper 716-c: Renovatio and Reform: Otto III and the Italian Church
(Language: English)
Levi Roach, Department of History, University of Exeter
Session: 717 Baines Wing: Room G.06 (1913)
Title: RULING, ADMINISTERING, AND MAINTAINING A COMPOSITE EMPIRE:
EMPEROR AND KING SIGISMUND OF LUXEMBURG, 1368-1437, VI - WAR
AND DIPLOMACY IN THE EAST
Sponsor: Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung & Institut fr
Geschichte, Universitt Wien / Institute of Historical & Social Sciences,
Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts, Zagreb
Organiser: Alexandra Kaar, Institut fr sterreichische Geschichtsforschung /
Institut fr Geschichte, Universitt Wien and Suzana Miljan, Institute of
Historical & Social Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts,
Zagreb
Moderator: Mihailo St. Popovi, Institut fr Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung
Byzanzforschung, sterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 717-a: Was Sigismund of Luxemburg a Wiser Man at the End of His
Reign?: Ottoman and Eastern Case Studies (Language: English)
Alexandru Simon, Center for Transylvanian Studies, Romanian
Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca
Paper 717-b: In the Circle of Mistrust: King/Emperor Sigismund and Bosnia
(Language: English)
Neven Isailovi, Institute of History, Belgrade
Paper 717-c: Serbian Rulers and Anti-Ottoman Policy of Sigismund of
Luxemburg (Language: English)
Aleksandar Krsti, Institute of History, Belgrade
Session: 718 Leeds University Union: Room 5 - Kirkstall Abbey
Title: TO BE OR NOT TO BE EMPEROR: TRANSCULTURAL APPROACHES TO THE
CONCEPT OF IMPERIAL RULE FROM ICELAND TO JERUSALEM, II
Organiser: Jan Clauss, Historisches Seminar, Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt
Mnster, Torben Gebhardt, Historisches Seminar, Westflische
Wilhelms-Universitt, Mnster and Christian Scholl, Historisches
Seminar, Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt Mnster
Moderator: Christian Scholl
Paper 718-a: Imports and Embargos of Imperial Concepts in the Frankish
Kingdom of the 8
th
Century (Language: English)
Jan Clauss
Paper 718-b: Byzantium - Rome - Denmark - Iceland: Dealing with Imperial
Concepts in Scandinavia (Language: English)
Roland Scheel, Institut fr Skandinavistik, Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-
Universitt, Frankfurt am Main
Paper 718-c: The Staufer and the Concept of Empire (Language: English)
Jrg Schwarz, Historisches Seminar, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt
Mnchen