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IUDC Medieval Studies Colloquium Friday, April 21, 2017

At this annual conference held by the Inter-University Doctoral Consortium, graduate students from Columbia, CUNY, Fordham, NYU, Princeton, Rutgers, and Stony Brook present on their research and faculty hold a roundtable on pressing academic issues. Columbia University hosts this year's event.

This year's schedule is TBA. Rutgers graduate students interested in presenting may apply to Ana Pairet by March 23.

DVMA Spring Meeting Saturday, April 22, 2017

The Spring meeting of the Delaware Valley Medieval Association will be held at Johns Hopkins University.

Speakers include Rachel Danford, Erica Harman, Giancarla Periti, Erin Rowe, and Elly Truitt.

Registration for the event and for membership in the DVMA is available on their website. Student members may attend this meeting for free, while non-members will be charged a $15 fee.

More information TBA.

Rutgers at Kalamazoo Thursday, May 11, 2017 10:00am

If you will be present at this year's International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, please consider attending the panel sponsored by Rutgers' Program in Medieval Studies, organized by Isabel Stern and Erik Wade. It takes place in Scheider 1345 at 10 AM Friday. Speakers include:

Ruth M. E. Oldman, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
"The Literary 'Auld Alliance': Roman Antiques and Scottish Nationalism within John Barbour's The Brus"

Roderick McDonald, University of Nottingham
"I Just Can't Wait to Be King: Ethics, Aristotle, and the Example of Alexander in Medieval Norse Kingship Literature"

Alani Hicks-Bartlett, University of California-Berkeley
"Muslim 'Inconstancy' or Charlemagne's Imperial Error? The Problem of 'Fides' in Einhard, Notker, and the French, Italian and Spanish Epic Traditions"

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