The 2021 meeting of the Dante Society of America, an international symposium on the reception and influence of Dante and his work from Canada to Chile which both commemorates the origins of The Dante Society in nineteenth-century Cambridge and celebrates Dante’s presence in the museum and library collections of Harvard University. Co-sponsored by the Committee on Medieval Studies, the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American... Read more about Tra liti sì lontani: Dante for the Americas
Trisha Gupta (Yale University), Penetrating, Piercing, and Androgenizing: The Linguistic Defining, Redefining, and Blurring of Gender in the Beowulf Manuscript and the Skylitzes Chronicle. This talk will take place on the Zoom platform; to register, please contact the organizers here.
Rob Brown (Harvard University), Towards a Theory of Middles: Dalliance and Duty in The Romance of Horn and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. This presentation will take place on the Zoom meeting platform; for registration information, please contact Colloquium coordinator Joe Shack. Read more about English Department Medieval Colloquium
Stephanie Wynne-Jones (University of York), African Urbanism from the Ground Up: Exploring Urban Lives on the Swahili Coast. Co-sponsored by the Committee on Archeology and the Committee on Medieval Studies. This talk will take place on the Zoom platform; please click here to register.