Liturgy in the Holy Land:

Ritual, Ideology, and Religious Life in the Crusader States

Dartmouth College, April 26-30, 2016

All meetings will be held in Hayward (at the Hanover Inn)

April 26. Tuesday

Participants arrive

Dinner for those who are in Hanover by 6PM and want to join, at Cecilia’s house

April 27. Wednesday

8:30: Coffee

9-9:30: Opening remarks, introductions

9:45-11:15: Paper 1. Christopher MacEvitt (Jotischky commentary)

Lunch (Catered lunch at Inn)

12:30–2:00: Paper 2. Daniel Galadza (MacEvitt commentary)

2:00-3:30: Paper 3. Andrew Jotischky (Galadza commentary)

4-6pm Public Lecture: Jay Rubenstein, Alvin and Sally Beaman Professor of History, University of Tennessee, “Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream: Prophecy and Crusade in Twelfth Century Europe.”

7:00 PM: Dinner at Hanover Inn

April 28. Thursday

8:30 Coffee and Breakfast

9-10:30: Paper 4. Sebastian Salvado (Aspesi commentary)

11:00-12:30: Paper 5. Wolf Zoeller (Salvadó commentary)

Lunch (Catered lunch at Inn)

2:45-4:15 Paper 6. Cara Aspesi (Zoeller commentary)

Dinner on own

April 29. Friday

9:00 Coffee and Breakfast

9:30-11:00 Paper 8. Rubenstein (John commentary)

11:30-1:00 Paper 9 Simon John (Rubenstein commentary)

Lunch on your own (just to give people a break for one another…)

2:30-4:00 Wrap-up: Discussion, discussion of overarching themes, contributions, new directions…

Break.

7:00 PM: Dinner at Carpenter and Maine (Norwich)

April 30. Saturday

Final meeting, for those who are around, if desired.