Upcoming Events

Fall 2014

Wednesday, September 17
Graduate Student Social: Welcome & Introduction
Josie Wood’s Pub, 6-8pm

Wednesday, September 24
Reading Middle English Aloud
244 Greene St, Room TBA, 6-8pm (readings & pizza provided)

Friday, October 10
4th Annual Medieval Manuscripts Workshop and Lab
Featuring Alexandra Gillespie, University of Toronto
Lecture on manuscript materiality.
All day event in 244 Greene St.
Registration required for morning workshop and lab
Evening lecture is free and open to the public.

Wednesday, October 29
Reading Middle English Aloud
244 Greene St, Room TBA, 6-8pm (readings & pizza provided)

Wednesday, November 19
Reading Early Middle English Aloud
244 Greene St, Room TBA, 6-8pm (readings & pizza provided)

Tuesday, December 9
Guest Lecture by Arthur Bahr, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Lecture on MS Cotton Nero A.x (the Pearl MS)
244 Greene St, Event Space, 6-8pm
Reception to follow.
This event is free and open to the public.

Spring 2015

Wednesday, January 28
Graduate Student Social: Welcome Back!
Josie Wood’s Pub, 6-8pm

Wednesday, February 18
Reading Early Middle English Aloud
244 Greene St, Room TBA, 6-8pm (readings & pizza provided)

Wednesday, March 25
Reading Old English Aloud + Old English Meter Workshop
Special Guest: Thomas Bredehoft
244 Greene St, Room TBA, 12-2pm (readings & pizza provided)

ALSO on Wednesday, March 25
Guest Lecture by Thomas Bredehoft: “Textual Dimensions: Literary Uses of Linearity, Two-Dimensionality, and Three-Dimensionality”
244 Greene St, Event Space, 6-8pm
Reception to follow.
This event is free and open to the public.

April DATE TBA
Guest Lecture by Caroline Walker Bynum, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University and Columbia University
244 Greene St, Event Space, 6-8pm
Reception to follow.
This event is free and open to the public.

Wednesday, April 29
Reading Old English Aloud
244 Greene St, Room TBA, 6-8pm (readings & pizza provided)

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