Upcoming Events

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, Event Space, 6-8pm (readings & pizza provided)

Wednesday, March 25
Reading Old English Aloud + Old English Meter Workshop
Special Guest: Thomas A. Bredehoft, Chancery Hill Books
Co-sponsored by the Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium
244 Greene St, Event Space, 12-2pm (readings & pizza provided)
Readings will be announced to the participants prior to the workshop, but please be aware that we will supply hard copies at the workshop.
NB: You must register for this event by sending an RSVP to carlathomas@nyu.edu by Monday, March 23.

ALSO on Wednesday, March 25
Guest Lecture by Thomas A. Bredehoft, Chancery Hill Books: “Containing Texts: Literature in One, Two, and Three Dimensions”
Co-sponsored by the Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium
244 Greene St, Event Space, 6-8pm
Reception to follow. No RSVP required.
This event is free and open to the public.

Wednesday, April 15
Guest Lecture by Caroline Walker Bynum, Professor Emerita at Columbia University and the Institute for Advanced Study: “Are Religious Objects ‘Indifferent’?: The Chronology of Things in Late Medieval and Early Modern Germany”
Co-sponsored by the NYU Medieval and Renaissance Center
244 Greene St, Event Space, 6-8pm
Reception to follow. No RSVP required.
This event is free and open to the public.

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

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