Upcoming Events

Fall 2015

Graduate Student Happy Hour
When: Wednesday, September 10, 6:00-8:00pm
Where: Josie Woods Pub, 11 Waverly Pl.
What: Meet Carla & Jamie over some drinks and a couple appetizers to learn what we’ve got in store for the 2015-2016 academic year, like our exciting Medieval Manuscripts Workshop. Or just come for a free beer and a good chat with some new friends.

Reading Middle English Aloud
When: Wednesday, September 30, 6:00-8:00pm
Where: 244 Greene St., Rm 805
What: A low-key reading group that invites non-specialists and specialists alike to stumble over reading aloud short poems or excerpts from longer works, which we will provide along with beer and pizza. And possibly gummy bears. Just come with an appetite for some medieval fun! Titles of the readings will be posted here as they are chosen.

5th Annual Medieval Manuscripts Workshop: “Three Faiths: The Making of Medieval Holy Books”
When: Friday, October 9, 9:30am-2:00pm (registered participants only) and 6:00-8:00pm (open to the public)
Where: 244 Greene St., Rm 106 (the “Event Space”)
What: An all-day manuscript extravaganza beginning with a morning hands-on workshop on the making of medieval books for registered participants only and ending with a panel of guest speakers who specialize on one of the Abrahamic religions and its medieval material culture.
Registration will open soon.

Reading Middle English Aloud
When: Wednesday, October 21, 6:00-8:00pm
Where: 244 Greene St., Rm 805
What: A low-key reading group that invites non-specialists and specialists alike to stumble over reading aloud short poems or excerpts from longer works, which we will provide along with beer and pizza. And possibly gummy bears. Just come with an appetite for some medieval fun! Titles of the readings will be posted here as they are chosen.

Reading Early Middle English Aloud
When: Wednesday, November 4, 6:00-8:00pm
Where: 244 Greene St., Rm 805
What: A low-key reading group that invites non-specialists and specialists alike to stumble over reading aloud short poems or excerpts from longer works, which we will provide along with beer and pizza. And possibly gummy bears. Just come with an appetite for some medieval fun! Titles of the readings will be posted here as they are chosen.

Guest Speaker Stacy Klein (Rutgers), Title TBA, co-sponsored by the Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium
When: TBA
Where: TBA
What: Anglo-Saxonist Stacy Klein will give a guest talk. Watch this space for a teaser.

Spring 2016

Graduate Student Happy Hour
When: Thursday, January 28, 6:00-8:00pm
Where: Josie Woods Pub, 11 Waverly Pl.
What: Brave the cold and snow to meet Carla & Jamie over some drinks and a couple appetizers to welcome you back from the winter break!

Guest Speaker Sarah Elliot Novacich (Rutgers), Title TBA
When: TBA
Where: 244 Greene St., Rm 106 (the “Event Space”)
What: Middle English specialist Sarah Elliot Novacich will give a guest talk. Watch this space for a teaser.

Reading Early Middle English Aloud
When: Wednesday, February 17, 6:00-8:00pm (tentatively scheduled)
Where: 244 Greene St., TBA
What: A low-key reading group that invites non-specialists and specialists alike to stumble over reading aloud short poems or excerpts from longer works, which we will provide along with beer and pizza. And possibly gummy bears. Just come with an appetite for some medieval fun! Titles of the readings will be posted here as they are chosen.

Reading Old English Aloud
When: Wednesday, March 9, 6:00-8:00pm (tentatively scheduled)
Where: 244 Greene St., TBA
What: A low-key reading group that invites non-specialists and specialists alike to stumble over reading aloud short poems or excerpts from longer works, which we will provide along with beer and pizza. And possibly gummy bears. Just come with an appetite for some medieval fun! Titles of the readings will be posted here as they are chosen.

Reading Old English Aloud
When: Wednesday, April 13, 6:00-8:00pm (tentatively scheduled)
Where: 244 Greene St., TBA
What: A low-key reading group that invites non-specialists and specialists alike to stumble over reading aloud short poems or excerpts from longer works, which we will provide along with beer and pizza. And possibly gummy bears. Just come with an appetite for some medieval fun! Titles of the readings will be posted here as they are chosen.

Guest Speaker Robert Mills (University College London), Title TBA, part of MARC’s Distinguished Lecture Series
When: Wednesday, April 27, 6:00-8:00pm
Where: 244 Greene St., Rm 106 (the “Event Space”)
What: Medieval art historian Robert Mills will give a guest talk. Watch this space for a teaser.

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