Medieval English Research Seminar
Michaelmas Term 2020
This term, the seminar meets each Wednesday at 4.30 p.m. online via the Oxford Medieval Studies TEAMS. The Medieval English Research Seminar is a channel of the OMS TEAM.
Everyone interested is invited to attend. Please join the OMS TEAM by clicking 'TEAMS' > 'Join/create a team' > 'Search teams' > 'Oxford Medieval Studies'. If you have any difficulties, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the channel for the Medieval English Research Seminar.
Week 1, 14th October
Diane Watt (Surrey), ‘Women’s Literary Culture Before The Conquest’. Chaired by Annie Sutherland.
Week 2, 21st October
Jane Toswell (Western Ontario), ‘The Lost Victorian Women of Old English Studies’. Chaired by Francis Leneghan.
Week 3, 28th October
Sebastian Sobecki (Groningen), ‘Life Imitates Art: The Gesta Romanorum and Thomas Hoccleve’s Poetics of Autobiography’. Chaired by Jane Griffiths.
Week 4, 4th November
Robert E. Bjork (Arizona State U), ‘On N. F. S. Grundtvig’s Becoming an Old English Scop, Leoðwyrhta, Woðbora, Poet’. Chaired by Andy Orchard.
Week 5, 11th November
Ruen-chuan Ma (Utah Valley U), ‘A Medieval Manuscript's Journey to Taiwan: Coloniality and Premodern Bibliography in National Taiwan University Otori 299’. Chaired by Nicholas Perkins.
Week 6, 18th November
Jocelyn Wogan-Browne (Fordham), ‘Vernacular Knowledge in Thirteenth-Century England: Aesthetics and Power’. Chaired by Laura Ashe.
Week 7, 25th November
Roberta Magnani (Swansea), ‘Towards a Queer/Lesbian Philology: the Case of Chaucer's Works in the Manuscripts of John Shirley’. Chaired by Gareth Evans.
Week 8, 2nd December
Sarah Wood (Warwick), ‘Langland’s Manuscript Lives’. Chaired by Vincent Gillespie.
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