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Snowbanks could not daunt us, nor blizzards deter us from our way! Installment Part Deux of the Second Annual Medievalists @ Penn Graduate Student Conference returns -- refomulated and reconfigured into a roundtable Q&A and discussion of pre-circulated papers from five of the conference panelists unable to present their work earlier.
Please join us on Friday, October 1st, in the English Grad Lounge from 1:30 - 4:30 pm. A light lunch will be served. Links to the pre-circulated papers may be found below.
We hope to see you there to kick off M@P's fourth year!
PRE-CIRCULATED PAPERS FOR THE COLLOQUIUM:
Maeve Doyle (Bryn Mawr): “Presence and Absence: Owner Portraits and a Prayer for the Dying in a Book of Hours ca. 1320.”
Courtney E. Rydel (Penn): “Sex and Sorrow: St. Theodora and St. Savina in the ‘Vernon Golden Legend.’” and handout.
Elizaveta Strakhov (Penn): ‘And that Compas Seye Men is the Middes of the World’: Mandeville’s Jerusalem and the Simultaneity of History.”
Lydia Kertz (Penn): “Pro Patria Mori: Privileging a Hero’s Death in Sir Tristrem.”
Tekla Bude (Penn): “Death and Absence in Julian of Norwich's Revelation of Divine Love.”