Tuesday, September 11, 2012


Tuesday, September 11 Columbia University Seminar in the Renaissance Alan Stewart (Columbia) “The Strange Friendship of Edward and Gaveston: English History / French Politics / English Literature” Faculty House, Columbia University paper at 7.30; drinks 5:45 in the Faculty House bar; dinner starts at 6:30 Wednesday, September 12 [at Fordham] Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies Thomas O’Donnell (Fordham University) “Theoretical Lives: Community and the Literatures of High Medieval England” McGinley Center, Faculty Lounge 12 noon Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University: (718) 817-4655 medievals@fordham.edu Friday, September 14 Columbia University Seminar in Shakespeare Tanya Pollard (CUNY); Helene Foley (Columbia) respondent “Why Hecuba?” Social hour is from 5-6; dinner 6-7; the talk 7-8:30. Tuesday September 25 [at NYU] New York University Medieval and Renaissance Center Elisabeth van Houts “Conquest, Gender and Religion: the Women of Bury St Edmunds c. 1050-1100” 6:30-8 PM 19 University Place, Room 222 http://marc.as.nyu.edu/object/marc.events.ls.evanhouts Wednesday September 26 Columbia University Medieval Guild Mary Carruthers (Remarque Professor of Literature, emerita, NYU) “Ordinary Beauty in the Middle Ages” 7:30pm (reception to follow lecture) Butler Library 523 For more information, contact medguild@gmail.com Thursday, September 27-Saturday, September 29 [at Bard] Beyond Representation: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Nature of Things This event is jointly sponsored by Bard Graduate Center and the Institute of Fine Art’s Mellon Research Initiative (NYU), and organized by Jas Elsner, Finbarr Barry Flood, and Ittai Weinryb. Multiple locations. For complete information, see http://www.bgc.bard.edu/news/events/-792.html


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