In recognition of Delbert Russell

Dear conference participants,

In the name of the organizing committee, Laurie and I would like to thank all of you for making the MARGOT conference such a stimulating and successful event. We were very pleased to see so much discussion of and debate about the various projects that were presented. In the spirit of collaboration and in order to keep the momentum going, could we please ask you to send us a brief project description (no more than one paragraph) complete with your URL or URLs, so that we can add them to our site? Please send this information to Christine ( by Friday July 9, 2010.

Because of the positive feedback that we received from many of you, we have now decided to make the MARGOT conference a regular event on a three year cycle. Just like at this conference, there will be a specific topic that will govern each meeting. The next conference will take place in June 2013 once again at Barnard College. The tentative topic is: Women and Community 700-1700, in Print and Online.

We hope you all had a good trip back home and we look forward to seeing you at the next MARGOT conference in June 2013!

Best wishes,
Christine McWebb

June 16-17, 2010

Barnard College, Columbia University
New York, USA

We look forward to welcoming you to New York for the third international MARGOT conference.

The Organizing Committee
Laurie Postlewate
Christine McWebb
Delbert Russell
Helen Swift

Scholarly Focus

During this two day conference, we will explore the use of digital resources in teaching and research in the Middle Ages. We will focus especially on the current state of the art in digital studies, on teaching and curricula matters, and on recent new and expected future developments in the field. Topics may include: