International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan (May 2-5, 2002)

Session 99: Dress and Textiles I: Dress and Textiles in French and Flemish Art

  • Material Evidence for Dating Jan van Eyck's Madonna by the Fountain
    Donna Cottrell, Shaker Heights, OH (USA)
  • Giovanna Cenami's Veil: A Neglected Detail
    Carla Tilghman, Kent State University, OH (USA)
  • Each to His Own Place: Sorting French Fashion from Flemish in Early Sixteenth-Century Painting
    Elizabeth McMahon, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York (USA)

Session 160: Dress and Textiles II: Dress and Textiles in Documentary Sources

  • Bad Habits: Clothing References in the Register of Bishop Eudes of Rouen
    Susan Carroll-Clark, Columbus, OH (USA)
  • Uncovering Coverings: Clothing and Other Textiles in Late Medieval English Wills
    Kristen M. Burkholder, Pennsylvania State University, Erie (USA)
  • Baubles, Bangles, and Bedys: Jewelry and Accessory References in Selected Sixteenth-Century English Wills and Inventories
    Danielle Nunn-Weinberg, Univ. of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN (USA)

Session 288: Dress and Textiles III: Knitting and Other Non-Woven Textiles

  • Twined before Purls: Motifs and Technology in Knitted Silk Purses of the Fourteenth Century
    Chris Laning, Davis, CA (USA)
  • The Iconography of Knitting Madonnas
    Anne Reaves, Marian College, Indianapolis, IN (USA)
  • It Isn't Knitting: The Forgotten Technique of Nalbinding
    Anne Marie Decker, Snohomish, WA (USA)

Session 348: Dress and Textiles IV: Roundtable Discussion on Sources and Research Methods

  • A roundtable discussion examining the approaches of various disciplines to dress and textile research.
    Panelists: Susan Carroll-Clark, Independent Scholar; Heather Rose Jones, Univ. of California-Berkeley; Miranda Howard Haddock, Western Michigan University; Robin Netherton, DISTAFF; Elizabeth Johnson, La Belle Compagnie; and Monica L. Wright, Washington University