IMC 2008: Sessions

Session 111: Approaches to Julian of Norwich

Monday 7 July 2008, 11.15-12.45

Sponsor:International Anchoritic Society
Organiser:Susannah Chewning, Department of English, Union County College, New Jersey
Moderator/Chair:Liz Herbert McAvoy, Department of English Language & Literature, Swansea University
Paper 111-aJulian's Afterlives
(Language: English)
Sarah Salih, Department of English Language & Literature, King's College London
Index terms: Gender Studies, Language and Literature - Middle English, Teaching the Middle Ages
Paper 111-b'A recluse atte Norwyche': Images of Medieval Norwich and Julian's Revelations
(Language: English)
Cate Gunn, Independent Scholar, Colchester
Index terms: Archaeology - Sites, Language and Literature - Middle English, Religious Life
Paper 111-cThe Gardener, the Lawyer, and the Mustard Maker: Reading Julian of Norwich, 1670-1843
(Language: English)
Siobhán Condron, School of English & Drama, University College Dublin
Abstract

This session will spotlight new and innovative approaches to Julian of Norwich and her Revelations. Some of the participants are contributing to a new volume being edited by Liz Herbert McAvoy entitled A Companion to Julian of Norwich and all are renowned for their innovative work on this writer.