Friday, 27 September 2002
Governor's Room, Texas Union
Papers-in-Progress: Medieval Symposium
- Kristin Cole (Dept. of English):
"The Neutering of English: Old Norse Interference with Old English Syntax"
- Peter Larkin (Dept. of English):
"De ortu Waluuanii and the Reconstruction of British National Identities"
- Angela Ferguson (Dept. of Germanic Studies):
"Martin Luther's Liturgical Writings: How Close Adherence to Speech Melody Both Reshaped Music and Redefined the Role of Music in Worship"
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
- Rebecca Wilcox (Dept. of English):
"Damsels in Distress: Rape and the East in La Fille du Comte de Pontieu"
- Cathryn Meyer (Dept. of English):
"Perverting the Penitentials: Confessing the Subject in John Gower's Confessio Amantis"
- Maureen Quigley (Dept. of Art & Art History):
"Royal Gift Giving and the Sainte-Chapelle Panel"
1:00 Lunch at the Faculty Club
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