One of the most amazing things about this year’s Kalamazoo–and there are always so many amazing things–was how many sessions were about practical issues.
“As we celebrate, dwell in, and embrace the basic materiality of our objects, we work to find ways to foreground the material of the objects themselves into larger historical analysis.
It has been brought to our attention that a photo taken at #kzoo2018 is being used to harass individuals in that photo. The image was tweeted before the announcement not to tweet was made, and we have deleted it. We ask that anyone who may have retweeted it please delete it as well. We understand […]
We’re excited for another busy medieval weekend in Kalamazoo! Here’s what the Material Collective is up to at the 2018 International Congress on Medieval Studies.
Call for Proposals for future volume of tiny collections, an imprint of punctum books. This call is for the volume What we see: A modest atlas of survivals, to be published in 2020. Deadline is June 29, 2018.