“Ponuts de Tyard, Temporal Perspectives, and the Building of a Text”
Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012
University Room, Hyde Hall, 4:30 P.M
Please join us for refreshments before the talk, beginning at 4:00 P.M.
Donald Gilman earned his Ph. D. in French/Comparative Literature from the University of NOrth Carolina at Chapel Hill. A professor of French at Ball State University, his wide-ranging academic interests include sixteenth-century French literature, Renaissance literature in France, Italy, and England, and the history of literary criticism from Plato to French structuralism to post-structuralism. Professor Gilman established this annual award to support research in any field of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. MEMS has been awarding it in alternating years to a doctoral-level graduate student and to a MEMS faculty member.