Professor Carmen Hsu (UNC-Chapel Hill) will deliver a lecture entitled “The Far East in Spanish Narratives, 1570s-1670s.” Dr. Hsu's talk is being rescheduled for Fall 2023.
"No One Subs Like Gawain, Makes Race Up Like Gawain”
“Indigenous Sovereignties in the Wife of Bath's Tale”
“Trauma, Aurality, and the Wounded Orrmulum Manuscript (c. 1170)”
A special two-day symposium featuring a lecture by Professor Luciana Villas Boas (Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro) and a workshop by Professor Marden Nichols (Georgetown). Location TBD.
“Reading Character on the Early Modern Stage"
A special, one-day symposium featuring three important new voices in the study of Old English Literature: Amy Clark (Wake Forest), Stephen Hopkins (UVa), and Jennifer Lorden (William & Mary).