medieval Occitan literature

Animal reading: teaching and learning about animal thinking

This essay is based on a talk given in January 2020 at the Modern Language Association Convention in Seattle, whose Presidential Theme was “Being Human.” (more…)

Reading frogsong

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Translating rape in “Flamenca” (2)

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Translating rape in “Flamenca” (1)

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Once upon a time, there were many Flamencas …

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On translation (including a very short story)

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Translating the Old Occitan Romance of Enimia for #AcWriMo (1)

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The consolation and living magic of old poetry

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Work in progress: remembering there’s a “HAG” in hagiography, inspired by Saint Enimia on her feast-day today

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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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