Saturday, April 25, 2009

Medieval Club Sponsored Sessions at Kalamazoo

The Medieval Club is sponsoring two sessions at Kalamazoo this year:

Visibility, Presence, Voice: Theorizing Gender and Authority in Late Medieval Writing
Presider: Katharine Jager, Univ. of Houston–Downtown

"Taking Cover: Gender and Vision in Walter Hilton’s Scale of Perfection"
Holly A. Crocker, Univ. of South Carolina–Columbia

"Masculinity’s Self Destruction: Philomena in Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde"
Jennifer Garrison, Rutgers Univ.

"Resisting Reason: Authority and Desire in The Romance of the Rose and Piers Plowman"
Jessica Barr, Eureka College

Session 204, Friday 10.00 am, Valley I, Room 105

Glosynge is a glorious thyng: Medieval Studies and the Future of Commentary
Presider: Nicola Masciandaro, Brooklyn College, CUNY

"Dreaming of/as Commentary"
Erin Felicia Labbie, Bowling Green State Univ.

"Room for Commentary"
Christopher Taylor, Univ. of Texas–Austin

"Agamben: Singularity and the Principle of Individuation"
Bruno Gulli, Long Island Univ.

Session 269, Friday 3.30 pm, Valley I, Room 110 (note change of time)

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