Medieval Academy of America and the Medieval Association of the Pacific

Joint Annual Meeting 2011

Thursday, April 14, 2011 to Saturday, April 16, 2011
Scottsdale, Arizona
Online submission date(s): 
Friday, January 15, 2010 to Friday, October 15, 2010

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Co-sponsored by

  • ASU School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies - Faculty of Religious Studies
  • ASU Jewish Studies
  • ASU University College
  • ASU Department of English
  • ASU School of Human Evolution and Social Change

Conference Program:

Download a pdf copy of the MAA 2011 Program

Get more information about the conference.

Conference Registration:

Online Registration

Mail-in Registration form: Print, complete, and mail as per instructions

Registration Information: Everything you need to know about MAA 2011 registration

Conference Location:

The conference will be held at the Chaparral Suites Scottsdale. This hotel is also the location of the all sessions, receptions, and the banquet. Parking will be complimentary.

Transportation: Find information about how to get to the conference center

Conference Lodging:

Blocks of rooms have been reserved for at the Chaparral Suites Scottsdale. Please make your reservations early, as the number of rooms available at the Medieval Academy’s discounted rates is limited.

Chaparral Suites Scottsdale
5001 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
800-494-3146 or 480-949-1414

Find out how to reserve a room online with the MAA 2011 conference rates, or call the hotel directly and ask to register for the MAA 2011 conference.

Post Conference Tours:

Post-conference tours will be offered Sunday, April 17. Get more information on post-conference tours.

Book Exhibitors:

Information for book exhibitors is available online. For any further questions, please contact ACMRS at 480-965-9323 or email Audrey Walters.

Questions? Call 480-965-9323 or email ACMRS.

2011 Tempe Meeting Addendum:

As you probably know, the fate of the annual meeting of the Medieval Academy of America for 2011, scheduled to be held in Arizona, was in question because of Arizona's recently passed immigration law, SB1070, which many across the country found to be morally and legally deeply flawed. On August 3, the Executive Committee of the Academy voted to hold the meeting as planned for reasons that the Committee explained in the statement posted on the Academy's website. Because of this decision, we are extending the deadline for submissions of papers to October 15. The Executive Committee and the local Program Committee are working to ensure that the program of the meeting reflects and relates to similar issues at stake in Arizona and in medieval society, including such topics as race, ethnicity, immigration, tolerance, treatment of minority groups, protest against governmental policies judged unjust, and standards of judicial and legislative morality. We are particularly interested now in receiving proposals on those topics, although we will still consider proposals on any topic. Please consult the Academy's website (or this web site) for an updated call for papers and instructions on how to submit your proposals. If you have further questions about the Annual Meeting or the Call for Papers, please contact Audrey Walters or 480-965-5900.

The Executive Committee
The 2011 Program Committee