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Medieval Book History Week at the University of Toronto

October 22nd, 2012

Andrew Dunning

The Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, the Centre for Medieval Studies, and the program in Book History and Print Culture at the University of Toronto are pleased to announce a cluster of lectures exploring the textual cultures of medieval Britain that will take place in November 2012.

Thursday, November 8th

Seth Lerer (University of California at San Diego)

“The Tongue: Chaucer, Lydgate, and the Early Modern Lyric”

4:15 pm, The Great Hall of the Centre for Medieval Studies

Reception to Follow

 

Friday, November 9th: Friends of the PIMS Library Lecture

Rachel Koopmans (York University)

“Fakes and Forgeries in the Stained Glass of Canterbury Cathedral”

4:15 pm, Alumni Hall 100, St Michael’s College

Reception to Follow

 

Monday, November 12th

Jeremy Catto (University of Oxford)

“Practical Latin and Formal English in the 14th-15th Centuries”

4:15 pm, The Common Room of Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

Reception to Follow

 

Tuesday, November 13th: Medieval Latin Philology Seminar

Michael Herren (York University)

“Editing the B-Text of the Hisperica Famina

2:30 pm, Lillian Massey Building 310

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