The Ohio Medieval Colloquium is an informal association of medievalists from throughout the state, co-founded by Kristen Figg and John B. Friedman. There are, as Prof. Friedman likes to say, no dues and no constitution. Even the membership is virtual, consisting of an e-mail list passed from one chair to the next. If you would like to join, all you have to do is send your e-mail address one of our current co-chairs:
Mark Bocija, Columbus State Community College: email@example.com
Tim Davis, Columbus State Community College: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabrielle Parkin, Case Western Reserve University, email@example.com
The Colloquium holds two one-day meetings per year; the Spring Meeting is traditionally held in the Columbus area and the Fall Meeting somewhere on the periphery of the state (to view previous programs click 'past meetings' at the top of the page). Meetings generally begin in late morning and end in the late afternoon to enable those with a long drive ahead of them to get home; those who can stay later are welcome to gather for a congenial dinner at a local restaurant. Calls for papers generally go out some six weeks or so before each meeting and papers on any aspect of medieval history or culture are welcome.
CFP for the Autumn 2015 Meeting
Saturday, November 7
University of Cincinnati
Please join us Saturday, November 7th for the autumn meeting of the OMC to be held at the University of Cincinnati. Presentations ranging from finished products, works in progress, or even food for thought are all welcome. Professor Maria Romagnoli has generously offered to host us for the afternoon; please forward your proposals and any equipment requests to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host an OMC meeting
If you would like host a future meeting please contact one of the chairs; all that will be required of you is to provide a room and some sandwiches for lunch, together with the task of choosing the papers for the program and a restaurant for the evening gathering.