Tuesday, April 28, 2009

GW MEMSI @ Kalamazoo

Please come to the International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, MI) session "How to Get the Medieval Studies You Want: Institutional Perspectives." Sponsored by GW MEMSI, the roundtable is scheduled for Thursday May 7 at 1:30 PM (Valley III, Stinson Lounge).

How to Get the Medieval Studies You Want: Institutional Perspectives
A Roundtable

Sponsor: Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute, George Washington University
Presider: Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, George Washington University
  • Communities and Networks on the Margins (Stephanie Trigg, University of Melbourn)
  • Post-Institutional Assemblages and the Desiring Machine of BABEL (Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois Univ.–Edwardsville)
  • The Medieval Studies You Might Not Want (Carolyn Dinshaw, New York University)
  • Publish or Perish (Ethan Knapp, Ohio State University)
  • Interdisciplinary/Pluridisciplinary Medieval Studies Programs, and How Louis Menand Can Ruin Your Life: Perspectives from a Program Director (Bonnie Wheeler, Southern Methodist University)
Please note that even though Stinson is described as a "lounge" you will not actually be able to enjoy a martini with your roundtable, unless you bring your own. And if you do bring your own, please be kind and bring enough to share.

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