Events

The Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium and Medieval Forum present
Dorothy Kim (Vassar College), “Building Pleasure in the Digital Archive”
Friday, March 28, 2014
6:00-8:00pm
The Event Space, 244 Greene Street
Reception to follow.
Free and open to the public.

Kim Poster.001

The Medieval Forum presents Christopher Cannon (English Chair, NYU), “Vernacular Latin vs. Literary French: Literacy Training in Fourteenth-Century England”
Friday, December 6, 2013
3:00-5:00pm
The Event Space, 244 Greene Street
Tea Reception to follow.
Open to the public.

Cannon Flyer 2013

The 9th Annual Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium Graduate Conference
“Humans/Animals/Things”
April 4-5, 2013
New York University

Asa's Talk Poster       ASSC 2013 poster 

For a full schedule of events, please visit: http://english.columbia.edu/9th-annual-anglo-saxon-studies-colloquium-graduate-conference

How Best to Study Old English Language and Literature (and Why)

The most recent medieval event at New York University was a workshop on April 27, 2012 hosted by the Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium–which includes Columbia University, New York University, Rutgers University, University of Rhode Island, UC-Berkeley, and Kings College London. The workshop was entitled “How Best to Study Old English Language and Literature (and Why).” Hal Momma was the gracious host of the event, and she is currently working on publishing a collection of essays based on the workshop. I will add more information on that project when it becomes available.

Panelists: Fred C. Robinson (Yale University; A Guide to Old English), Peter S. Baker (University of Virginia, Introduction to Old English), Robert Hasenfratz (University of Connecticut, Reading Old English), Michael Matto (Adelphi University, The Word Exchange)

Discussants: Martin L. Chase (Fordham, faculty), Heide Estes (Monmouth, faculty), Stacy Klein (Rutgers, faculty), Mo Pareles (NYU, Ph.D. candidate), Christine Venderbosch (Yale, Ph.D. candidate), Audrey Walton (Columbia, Ph.D. candidate), Erica Weaver (Columbia, undergraduate), Eric Weiskott (Yale, Ph.D. candidate), E. Gordon Whatley (Queens College and CUNY Graduate Center, Faculty), Evan Wilson (NYU, undergraduate)

I will post more pictures from the workshop soon.

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