The new WIMS (Work in Medieval Studies) schedule for this Winter is out! Mark your calendars!
Vanina Kopp: The Game of Love: Literary Pastime and the Performance of Poetic Competitions at the French Court: A Talk followed by a Game
Sarah White: Excommunication and its Effects in Thirteenth-Century England
(This talk will be in the Great Hall)
Sarah Wilk: ‘They’re Men, Manly Men! They’re Men on Crusade:’ Masculinity in Two Baltic Chronicles
Jessica Lockhart: ‘Actin’ Funny but I Don’t Know Why:’ Enigmatic Wonder and the Post-Symphosian Riddle Collections
Ben Durham: Streamlining the Exultet: Reorganization of a Twelfth-Century Lectionary at the University of Toronto
Jason Brown: Clerical Continence in Western Canon Law: An Unbroken Tradition?
William van Geest: Johannes Ciconia’s Nova musica and the Medieval Grammar Tradition
Bogdan Smarandache: ‘They Speak only Frankish’ Usāma ibn Munqidh’s Observations on the Language Barrier during the Crusades
Lochin Brouillard: The Obazine Experiment: Women, Children and their Father in the Vita S. Stephani Obazinensis
Ainoa Castro: The “Making of” a Diplomatic Codex: Beta Versions 1 to 5
David Welch: Elements of the Exegetical Tradition in the Old English Genesis: Catechesis and the Open Canon
Caroline Smith: ‘You Will Receive So Many Stab Wounds Here’ – The Role of the Cathedral Chapter in the 1331 Girona Holy Week Riot
All presentations start at 3 pm and are held in LI 310, unless noted otherwise. Check also the posters at the Centre.
WIMS is CMS’s graduate lecture and workshop series, a venue for the graduate students of CMS to develop our professional presentation skills and respond to each other’s ideas, sharing works in progress in an informal but constructive forum.