run by the English Faculty
Middle English Graduate Seminar
The medieval graduate seminar will take place this term in weeks 1 (SR 24) and 3 (Faculty Board Room). Please note the different venues. The seminar begins at 5.15, but do bring a cup of tea along at 4.45 for an informal get-together (biscuits provided!). There will be drinks after questions. Afterwards all are welcome to come to supper with the speaker.
03/05/17 ‘A taste for trifles: selling bawdy tales, merry jests and new tidings 1476-1550’, Alex da Costa (Cambridge)
17/05/17, ‘Henry Howard Earl of Surrey (d. 1547): Poet and Guitarist’, Christopher Page (Cambridge)
08/02/17 ‘Hyt am I’: Voicing Selves in the Book of the Duchess, the Roman de la rose, and the Fonteinne Amoureuse‘, Philip Knox (Cambridge)
22/02/17 Chaucer and the Matter of Troy: Reading the Blank Spaces in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS 61, Marilynn Desmond (Binghamton)
08/03/17 Enthymeme and Emotion from Aristotle to Hoccleve, Rita Copeland (Pennsylvania)
Marginalia’s Medieval Reading Group
All meetings are on Wednesdays at 5.15pm, in Room GR-05 in the English Faculty.
run by other Faculties
The Medieval Studies website aims to promote cooperation and facilitate access to the events and seminars across the faculties at Cambridge. www.medievalstudies.group.cam.ac.uk