Our annual conference is hosted by different generous members and institutions each year. The conference is generally in October, with the deadline for paper abstracts sometime in the late summer. The best way to find out about the conference is to check this website, or like us on Facebook.
With very many apologies for the delayed announcement this year, drumroll please…
Longtime SEMA-narian, Christine Kozikowski, would like to invite all of us to the University of the Bahamas for the 2018 meeting of the Southeastern Medievalists Association. The Executive Council would like to profusely thank Christine for stepping up this year. After traveling to the US for so many years, she and the other organizers are delighted to invite us to their home.
As soon as the CFP and conference website is available, we will post updates!
This year’s theme will be: Diaspora: Identity, Migration, and Return
The conference dates are: November 8-10, 2018
The organizers and the Executive Council would like you all to know that we are keenly aware that holding our annual meeting in the Bahamas will mean that SEMA has been held at two relatively expensive places two years in a row. Some of you will have concerns about international travel as well. As with any SEMA location, some members may not be able to attend. However, we all want you to know that we are working together to keep costs down *as much* as possible, and hope that most of us will be able to accept Christine’s invitation. Looking ahead, 2019’s location and costs will be more modest.
Looking forward to seeing you in the Bahamas in November!
President of SEMA (Southeastern Medievalists Association)
2012 – University of Southern Mississippi – Gulfport, MS, October 18-20
2011 – Agnes Scott College – Atlanta, GA, October 13-15
2010 – Virginia Tech – Roanoke, VA, November 18-20
2009 – Vanderbilt University – Nashville, TN, October 15-17
2008 – St. Louis University – St. Louis, MO, October 2-4
2007 – Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC
2006 – University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, October 11-14
2005 – Daytona Beach, FL, September 29-October 1
2004 – College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, October 14-16
2002 – Florida State University, September 26-28
2001 – New Orleans, LA, October 18-20
2000 – University of North Carolina-Asheville, Asheville, NC
1999 – University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
1998 – Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA