The first third of the Bayeux Tapestry
Medieval Studies Student Association

MSC03 2170
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physical Location:
Humanities Building
Second Floor

Fall Colloquium 2013

Wednesday, November 6th 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
SUB Santa Ana A & B

8:45 PM - Welcome and Refreshments 

Opening Remarks: Justin Larsen, MSSA President

9:00 - Session 1: Telling Stories - Tales in Broader Contexts

Chair: Emilee Howland-Davis

“The Exegetical Function of ‘The Quarrel of the Pig Keepers’”
Jerry Lavin

“Chaucer's Genders: Pushing the Evnelope in the Canterbury Tales & Beyond”
DD Frontiere

10:00 - Session 2: Looking Backward - Modern Perspectives on Medieval England

Chair: Thomas Franke

"Embracing the Carnivalesque: A Bakhtinian Reading of Ælfric’s Life of St. Æthelthryth
Jessica Troy

“Criseyde and the Wife of Bath as Fans: Female Readership and Subversive Strategies in Fandom”
Megan Abrahamson

11:00 - Session 3: Bumps in the Night - Dark Takes on the Middle Ages

Chair: Lisa Myers

“The Devil as Icon and Image in the Medieval Period”
Karra Shimabukuro

Creative Project Reading - A Film Noir Adaptation of Mary of Egypt
Graham Gentz

12:00 - Thanks and Concluding Business

Closing Remarks: Dr. Anita Obermeier, MSSA Faculty Advisor

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