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Voting is Ended

The recent vote to amend the Society constitution noted earlier has ended. Fourteen responses are recorded, all members, of whom three are current officers. Per section 7.1 of the Society constitution, a quorum for the vote was therefore achieved. All … Continue reading

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A Constitutional Amendment

Proposed at the 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Society was an amendment to the Society Constitution. In keeping with that Constitution, it is hereby announced that an online vote to approve or reject that amendment will be held from … Continue reading

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Kalamazoo 2018!

The sneak peek of the CFP for the 2018 International Congress on Medieval Studies is up, and it shows this: Tales after Tolkien Society (2): Reclaiming the Dead and the Undead; Medievalism in Metal (A Roundtable) Contact: Geoffrey Elliott P.O. … Continue reading

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Kalamazoo 2017: Report

The Tales after Tolkien Society continued its work at the 2017 International Congress on Medieval Studies on the campus of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. One formal and one semi-formal event were on offer: a panel of papers and … Continue reading

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Kalamazoo 2017: Updates

With a sneak preview of the schedule for the 2017 International Congress on Medieval Studies up (here), I’m happy to note that our panel, Growing up Medieval: The Middle Ages in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, is Session 190, scheduled … Continue reading

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The Society Comes up for Awards!

Reposted from the Society blog: A report from Tor.com┬ánotes that the 2016 World Fantasy Award nominees have been announced. The Tales after Tolkien Society is one such nominee; represented by founder and President Helen Young, the Society is up for … Continue reading

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About the Society Blog and Website

Thanks to the efforts of Carol Robinson, the Society has a WordPress site in place of its old website (the news is a bit dated, I know). As many will be aware, WordPress is at its core a platform for … Continue reading

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