Session 1401: Neo-Disciplinarity in Anglo-Saxon Studies: A Round Table
Wednesday 14 July 2004, 19.30-20.30
|Sponsor:||International Society of Anglo-Saxonists|
|Organiser:||David F. Johnson, Department of English, Florida State University|
|Moderator/Chair:||Elaine Treharne, Department of English, University of Leicester|
This round table follows on the first held at the IMC at Leeds in 2001, which focused on the future of ISAS and invited discussion on a number of proposals for new directions the Society might take. Members and non-members alike are invited to participate in this Round Table to discuss the Society’s role in promoting interdisciplinarity in the field of Anglo-Saxon studies in general, and more specifically the interaction among its various sub-fields. Participants include Robert E. Bjork (Arizona State University), Jane Hawkes (University of York), John Hines (University of Cardiff), Catherine E. Karkov (Miami University, Ohio), and Jo Story (University of Leicester.