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Faculty Talks - Spring 2013

English Faculty Talks - Spring 2013

February 28

May 10

Andrew Albin

Lessons in Listening: Hearing voices in the early fifteenth-century Melos amoris
Conference Paper, Voice and Voicelessness in Medieval Europe and Beyond
Boston, MA

A Century of Sounding the Melos Amoris
Conference Paper, International Congress on Medieval Studies
Kalamazoo, MI

April 4
John Bugg

"Wordsworth and the Nature of Peace"
Conference Presentation, College English Association Annual Conference
Savannah, Georgia

February 28

Edward Cahill

"Sodomy and Social Mobility in Edward Kimber's History of the Life and Adventures of Mr. Anderson"
Conference Paper, Society of Early Americanist Conference
Savannah, Georgia


April 6

Chris GoGwilt

"Of Mimicry, Birds, and Words: Tracking Starling Effects"
eminar Paper, ACLA Conference, Toronto University
Toronto, Ontario


May 11
Rebecca June

"Bachelor": How (and why) medieval romance created George Clooney
Conference Paper, International Congress on Medieval Studies
Kalamazoo, Michigan

March 10

April 11

Thomas O'Donnell

“New Geographies and Social Networks:  Attempts to Step Outside Nationalizing Literary History”
Conference Presentation, Fordham Medieval Studies Conference
New York, New York

"Form and Interpretation in Orderic Vitalis"
Conference Presentation, New Perspective on Orderic Vitalis Conference
Durham, Co. Durham


February 14

April 10

May 10
Jocelyn Wogan-Browne

Utility French and the Making of English Literate Culture

Invited Lecture, University of Notre Dame
South Bend, Indiana

Mother tongue/s, langues de coeur and new literary history

Invited Lecture, University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, California

Reading the French of England Aloud
Conference Presentation, Congress Session, International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, Michigan


March 22

May 10

Susan Yeager

“Affectivity, Public Spectacle, and Performed Pieties in Middle English Romance”
Invited Session Speaker, Northeastern Modern Language Association Convention
Boston, Massachusetts

“Medieval Literary Performance and Intercultural Exchange”
Invited Speaker, Mellon Symposium, University of California
Los Angeles, California

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