Fall 2005

Sept 16

Nicholas Howe (UC Berkeley)
“Writing the Map of Anglo-Saxon England”

5:30 pm — reception beginning at 4:30 pm
628 Kent Hall, Columbia University

Oct 7

Bruce Holsinger (University of Virginia)
“The Parable of Caedmon’s Hymn: Liturgical Invention and Literary History”

5:30 pm in Chancellor Green 103 at Princeton University

Oct 21

Stacy Klein (Rutgers University)
Faculty Work-in-Progress
“I Sing of Arms and Yet Much More: Sex, War and Anglo-Saxon Literature”

Respondents: Olga Burakov (NYU) and Phillip Brian Harper (NYU)
2.30 PM at the Department of English, New York University
19 University Place, Room 222.
Professor Klein will also be offering a seminar on Thursday, October 20 1 p.m. to 3 p.m, 19 University Place, Room 505. 
This event is co-sponsored by The Colloquium on Early Literature and Culture in English (Department of English, NYU).

Nov 4

Michael Sargent (Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY)
“An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Paleography”

5-6 pm — followed by a reception 

Mina Rees Library in the Eighteenth-Century Reading Room
(in the basement of the library) at the CUNY Graduate Center

This seminar is intended primarily for interested students who have taken, or are taking, a course in Anglo-Saxon language and literature. 

The event is being sponsored by the Medieval Studies Certificate Program, The Graduate Center, CUNY, in addition to ASSC sponsors.