The new WIMS (Work in Medieval Studies Series) schedule for this Fall is out! Mark your calendars!
Daniel Jamison: Bell, Book, and Commune: Casting a Bell in Fourteenth-Century Tuscany
Alla Babushkina: The regimen sanitatis of Arnau of Villanova and its Catalan translation
Ben Wheaton: The purpose behind the composition of the poem In laudem sanctae Mariae by Venantius Fortunatus
Kirsty Schut: Storms, statutes, and what to do if you have too many sheep: non-theological questions in the quodlibeta of John of Naples
Jake Wakelin: Historia, Geschichte, and the Koelhoff Chronicle
Boaz Schuman: The Devil We Know: Franciscus de Mayronis and Deception of the Senses
Cameron Wachowich: Fuaigh an ceann ris an méidhe: a hitherto inedited text of the Ulster Cycle
Daniel Price: Fitting a Square Saint into a Round Vita: Eugippius and the writing of the sixth-century Vita Severini
All presentations start at 3 pm. The presentations will take place in the Great Hall (Lillian Massey Building), and from Nov. 8 onwards in room 310. Check also the posters in CMS.
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.