Fordham Center Hosts Chaucer Society ConferenceContact: Bob Howe
The Center for Medieval Studies at Fordham University will host the 15th International Congress of the New Chaucer Society from Thursday, July 27 through Monday, July 31, at Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center campus.
With more than 400 scholars expected to attend, the congress will offer sessions on methods of reading Chaucer, textual scholarship and manuscript culture, ethics, emotions, and interpretation. Individual sessions will focus on Chaucer’s contemporaries and disciples, Chaucer’s English, late-medieval religious cultures, and the Bible. The conference will also feature keynote lectures by the president of the New Chaucer Society, David Wallace, Ph.D., the Judith Rodin Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania; and Susan Crane, Ph.D., professor of English and comparative literature, Columbia University.
DATE: THURSDAY, JULY 27 THROUGH MONDAY, JULY 31
PLACE: LOWENSTEIN CENTER
LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS
113 WEST 60TH STREET, NEW YORK
See the conference website for registration and information.
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