James Knowles: “God Auntred Himself: Piers Plowman’s Empty Verb and the Problem of Annihilation”

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James Knowles: “God Auntred Himself: Piers Plowman’s Empty Verb and the Problem of Annihilation”
Start:
March 28, 2013 4:30 PM
End:
March 28, 2013 6:00 PM
Organizer:
Sandi Payne Greene
Sandra_Greene@unc.edu
Updated:
January 13, 2013
Venue:
National Humanities Center, Main Conference Room
Address:
7 T W Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park

James Knowles is Assistant Professor of English at North Carolina State University.

Triangle Medieval Studies Seminar (TMSS) offers a humanities-based, interdisciplinary forum for the study of history, art history, religious studies, literature, music, women’s studies and more ca. 500–1500, focusing on Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic world, along with other regions. The seminar invites local and visiting scholars to present their written work as the basis for a rigorous discussion of current trends, topics, and problems in the field of medieval studies. To add your name to the TMSS listserv, please contact: Sandi Payne Greene at Sandra_Greene@unc.edu.

The Seminar Conveners: Glaire Anderson (UNC–Chapel Hill), Mona Hassan (Duke), Jehangir Malegam (Duke), Julie Mell (NC State), Timothy Stinson (NC State), Brett Whalen (UNC–Chapel Hill)

Directions to the NHC: http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/routenhc.htm

The TMSS relies upon generous support from Carolina Seminars, the History Department and English Department at NCSU, the MEMS program and Art Department at UNC–Chapel Hill, Duke’s Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, and the Center for European Studies at Duke.


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