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The New Chaucer Society Fifteenth International Congress July 27–31, 2006 Fordham University PAGE 661 ................. 16596$ PRT3 11-01-10 14:05:58 PS PAGE 662 ................. 16596$ PRT3 11-01-10 14:05:58 PS THURSDAY, JULY 27 10:00 am–5:30 pm Registration 11:00 am–2:00 pm Trustees’ Meeting 2:00–3:00 pm Session 1 (Plenary) Business Meeting 3:00–3:30 pm Session 2 (Plenary) Presidential Address: David Wallace, University of Pennsylvania ‘‘New Chaucer Topographies’’ 3:30–4:00 pm Coffee, tea, and cookies 4:00–5:30 pm Concurrent Paper Sessions (Sessions 3–7) Session 3: What Is Happening to the Middle Ages? Session organizer: Stephanie Trigg, University of Melbourne Session chair: Tom Prendergast, College of Wooster • ‘‘Making History Whole: Diachronic History and the Shortcomings of Medieval Studies,’’ James Simpson, Harvard University • ‘‘Cultural Memory and the Middle Ages: What Is the Future of Medievalism ?’’, Stephanie Trigg, University of Melbourne • ‘‘Bridging the Gap: Two Worlds, One Poet,’’ Philip Thiel, University of York • ‘‘Never, Always, Now, Again: The Temporalities of Medieval Studies ,’’ Carolyn Dinshaw, New York University Session 4: Adaptations: Chaucer and Julian in the Modern World Session organizer: Program Committee Session chair: Russell Peck, University of Rochester • ‘‘Screening The Canterbury Tales,’’ Laurie Finke, Kenyon College PAGE 663 663 ................. 16596$ CHRN 11-01-10 14:06:02 PS STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER • ‘‘Reinventing Chaucer Onstage for an Early Twentieth-Century Audience : Percy Mackaye’s 1908 Play and Reginald De Koven’s 1917 Opera, Canterbury Pilgrims,’’ Lorraine K. Stock, University of Houston • ‘‘Tongue to Tongue: An Afro-Caribbean Response to Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales,’’ Tamara F. O’Callaghan, Northern Kentucky University • ‘‘Julie Norwich and Julian of Norwich: Annie Dillard’s Theodicy in Holy the Firm,’’ Denise Baker, University of North Carolina Session 5: Dream Visions Session organizer: Program Committee Session chair: Lisa Kiser, The Ohio State University • ‘‘The Disposition of the Bed Chamber,’’ Elizabeth Fowler, University of Virginia • ‘‘Vernacular Style and the Scene of Reading,’’ Thomas Hahn, University of Rochester • ‘‘Imagining Women’s Spaces and Women’s Voices in The Floure and the Leafe,’’ Tim Turner, University of Texas at Austin • ‘‘Emotion, Motion, and Transformation in the Legend of Good Women,’’ Suzanne Conklin Akbari, University of Toronto Session 6: Reading Antiquity Session organizer: Program Committee Session chair: Elizabeth Archibald, University of Bristol • ‘‘An Anti-Homeric Ethic: Translating Truth in the Destruction of Troy,’’ Alex Mueller, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities • ‘‘‘To Be Trewe to Her Nacioun’: Troy Book and Fifteenth-Century Chaucerian Nationhood,’’ Wolfram R. Keller, Philipps Universität Marburg • ‘‘ ‘Petrarke, Ariosto, and Gaufredus Chaucer’: How Speght and Thynne Translated Chaucer into a Classical Author,’’ Roberta Magnani , Cardiff University • ‘‘The Legend of Good Women and the Latin Glosses to Ovid’s Heroides: Some Approaches,’’ K. P. Clarke, University College, Oxford Session 7: Chaucer in Theory Session organizer: Program Committee Session chair: Peggy Knapp, Carnegie Mellon University • ‘‘Quitting the ‘Manciple’s Tale,’’’ Krista Sue-Lo Twu, University of Minnesota, Duluth PAGE 664 664 ................. 16596$ CHRN 11-01-10 14:06:03 PS PROGRAM, FIFTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS • ‘‘Ethics in the Event of the Canterbury Tales,’’ Allan Mitchell, University of Kent • ‘‘Chaucer’s Liminal Ethics: The Other as Test Case,’’ Leonard Koff, University of California, Los Angeles • ‘‘Post-Philology for Chaucer,’’ Michelle R. Warren, University of Miami 5:30–6:30 pm Reception 1 Sponsored by Hunter College and The Graduate Center, The City University of New York FRIDAY, JULY 28 8:30 am–6:30 pm Registration 8:30 am–5:00 pm Book Exhibit Sponsored by SUNY Stony Brook 9:00–10:30 am Session 8 (Plenary): Exhibiting Medieval Art: A Discussion with Directors and Curators Organizers: Daniel R. Rubey, Hofstra University, and John M. Ganim, University of California, Riverside Presiding: David Lawton, Executive Director, New Chaucer Society, and Washington University • Peter Barnet, Michel David-Weill, Curator in Charge, Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art • Consuelo W. Dutschke, Curator, Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts , Columbia University • Nancy Netzer, Director, McMullen Museum of Art and Professor of Art History, Boston College • Moderators: Daniel R. Rubey, Dean of Library and Information Services , Hofstra University, and John M. Ganim, University of California , Riverside...


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