1994 Congress

January 1, 2014 in Conference Announcement, ICMS, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Photographic Exhibition

29th International Congress on Medieval Studies

5‒8 May 1994

[First published on our first website on *19 April 2006, with updates]

At the 1994 Congress, in the second year of its sponsorship of Sessions, the Research Group on Manuscript Evidence sponsored three Sessions and provided a Photographic Exhibition for the Dedication ceremony of the new Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies.  At the time, as of February 1994, Mildred Budny, Director of the Research Group, had been appointed the first Director of that Center.

A change in direction several months later, required by unilateral and impractible changes by the University to the agreed appointment, led the Research Group to a base in Princeton instead.

The record of subsequent activities by the Research Group at the International Congress on Medieval Studies and in our other Events demonstrates the momentum of our mission following the First Phase which gathered focus and intent during the early years of our work in the major multidisciplinary Research Project from which the Research Group emerged.

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