medieval literature

Notes: on medieval poetic community and marvellous / uncanny strangeness

Oez merveilluse aventure
Cum genz sunt d’estrange nature

(Thomas, “Le Mariage de Tristan” ll. 234-35)
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Célébrons & celebrate #WomensDay #JournéeDeLaFemme #InternationalWomensDay #JournéeDesDroitsDesFemmes #WomensHistoryMonth with some #medieval #occitan #poetry #poésie (C 12-13 s.) by women #trobairitz #écriture #féminine

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Medievalising #MLA2019: medieval, medieval-friendly, medievalist, medievalistically-interesting, and potentially medievalisable Calls For Papers

Six degrees of separation? However non-medievalist you might be—or un-/a-/anti-/post- and so on—if you’re in language, literature, and cultural studies then you’re at most three degrees of separation away from the medieval. Elsewhere in the literary / literate humanities and liberal arts too; and in mathematics, medicine, the sciences, environmental studies, law, education, and some of the social sciences. All that’s needed is curiosity, goodwill, and a little imagination. You might be surprised to find that you or your area has been medievalist or transmedievalist all along, or that you become a medievalist: always a delightful and enriching revelation.  (more…)

The Joy of Consent: Feeling Together (in some medieval Occitan poetry); FHIS research seminar (2 = talk + slides)

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The Joy of Consent: Feeling Together (in some medieval Occitan poetry); FHIS Research Seminar (1 = pre-circulated slides + references + post-talk links)

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WORKS CONSULTED AND CITED

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