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Identity Formation in the Middle Ages:
Images, Literature, and Culture
The Fourth Annual UCSB Medieval Studies
Graduate Student Conference
Saturday, April 16, 2005, 9:30AM-5:30PM
McCUNE CONFERENCE ROOM, 6020 HSSB

Please register here or contact Edward D. English at 893-3167 or english@history.ucsb.edu

9:30 am Coffee

10:00 - Opening Remarks, Edward D. English, Medieval Studies, UCSB

10:15 - James Vincent Maiello (Music, UCSB). “The L’homme armé Tradition in Naples: Issues of Identity and Attribution.”

11:00 - Liberty Stanavage (English, UCSB). “Textuality, Performance Record, and Power: Competing Functions and the Struggle for Authority in the York Register.”

Lunch: 12:00-1:30

1:30 Plenary Speaker: R. Howard Bloch (Augustus R. Street Professor of French, Yale University). “The Weaving of England: The Bayeux Tapestry and the Forging of Anglo-Norman Identity.”

2:30 Jeanne Provost (English, UCSB). “Fated Troth and the Right to Make Promises in Gower’s Take if Florent.”

3:15 Jennifer Hammerschmidt (Art and Architecture, UCSB). “Viewing and Identity in Rogier van der Weyden's Seven Sacraments Altarpiece.”

Closing Remarks, Jody Enders, French & Italian, Dramatic Arts, UCSB

Reception 4:30-5:30

 

 

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