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IMC 2009: Sessions

Session 1301: New Voices in Anglo-Saxon Studies, II: Cracking Codes and Reforming Traditions in Anglo-Saxon Textual Culture

Wednesday 15 July 2009, 16.30-18.00

Sponsor:International Society of Anglo-Saxonists
Organiser:Stacy S. Klein, Department of English, Rutgers University, New Jersey / International Society for Anglo-Saxonists
Moderator/Chair:Joyce Hill, School of English, University of Leeds
Respondent:Katy Cubitt, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1301-aThe Use of Exempla in Anglo-Saxon Literature
(Language: English)
Petra Hofmann, Independent Scholar, Oxford
Index terms: Language and Literature - Old English, Language and Literature - Latin
Paper 1301-bSecular Clerical Communities in Anglo-Saxon England
(Language: English)
Katie Neville, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
Index terms: Ecclesiastical History, Monasticism

This session is designed to provide a forum for advanced graduate students and junior faculty to present the fruits of their research on any aspect of Anglo-Saxon Studies. All submissions are reviewed by members of the ISAS Advisory Board, who determine the ultimate selection of abstracts. All of the papers in this particular session deal in some way with the intersections among different traditions, be they linguistic, generic, textual, or religious.