Beginning with the first meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (ISAS) in August 1983, biennial conferences have been held in Belgium (Brussels and Ghent), Cambridge, Toronto, Durham, New York, Oxford, Stanford, Palermo, Notre Dame, Helsinki, Arizona, Munich, London, St. John's, Madison, Dublin, Glasgow, and Honolulu.

Please click on the links above for detailed descriptions of each conference.

2019 Conference

ISAS 2019: website

ISAS 2019 was hosted by Timothy Graham at the University of New Mexico, on the theme of "Anglo-Saxons, Anglo-Saxonists, and the Southwest," with particular emphasis on manuscript production and the historiographic and scholarly afterlife of early medieval southwest England. CALL FOR PAPERS.

2017 Conference

ISAS 2017: summary of conference and meeting

ISAS 2017 was organised by Karen Jolly at the University of Hawaii from 31 July to 4 August 2017, on the theme of "Global Perspectives & Comparative Approaches to Anglo-Saxon Studies," with a particular focus on indigeneity and postcolonial approaches.

ISSEME is currently rethinking its future events and how to make them accessible. Please contact the Executive Director for information or to offer suggestions.