IMC 2004: Sessions

Session 1119: Teaching Medieval Spirituality: 'From Corpse to Corpus'

Wednesday 14 July 2004, 11.15-12.45

Organiser:Mari Hughes-Edwards, University of Salford / Liverpool John Moores University
Moderator/Chair:Mari Hughes-Edwards, University of Salford / Liverpool John Moores University
Paper 1119-aTeaching Medieval Studies in the Multicultural Seminar
(Language: English)
Liz Herbert McAvoy, Department of English Language & Literature, Swansea University
Index terms: Education, Language and Literature - Middle English, Political Thought, Teaching the Middle Ages
Paper 1119-bIntroducing Biblical Material to Students Today: Two New Resources
(Language: English)
Dee Dyas, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Index terms: Biblical Studies, Computing in Medieval Studies, Teaching the Middle Ages, Technology
Paper 1119-cLifelong Enclosure and Lifelong Learning: Teaching Medieval Spirituality to Adult Learners
(Language: English)
Cate Gunn, Learning Partnerships, University of Essex
Index terms: Education, Language and Literature - Middle English, Teaching the Middle Ages, Women's Studies
Abstract

This session examines new and old approchaes to teaching medieval spirituality. It also looks at the issues involved in teaching different kinds of students – such as continuing education students. It also looks at the political background to teaching spiritaulity at universities in the 21st century.