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Roberta Krueger
Two sessions were held in honor of Professor of French Roberta (Bonnie) Krueger at the 57th Annual Conference on Medieval Studies, organized by Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich. on May 11. The speakers recognized Krueger's work as a founding editor of the Medieval Feminist Newsletter (in 1985) and a founder of the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship.

One session was devoted to Krueger's scholarship on courtly fiction and conduct books, entitled "Reading Romance and Conduct Literature through Common Frames;" a second session honored Krueger's role as an advocate and mentor, "(Post)Pandemic Professional Balance: Teaching, Scholarship, Service, Life (A Roundtable). The sessions were conducted remotely in a format that some people called the Kalamazoom.  

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