Please click Christmas issue for link to our bi-monthly newsletter Cuttings. Lovingly prepared and edited by Carrie Griffin. I think you will all agree she did a splendid job this month.
This issue contains:
Announcement of recent publication of Elisabeth Okasha, Women’s Names in Old English(Woodbridge: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 150; ISBN: 978-1-4094-0010-3.
Carrie’s review of Royal Manuscripts: The Genius of Illumination, British Library, London, exhibition on view until 13 March 2012.
Our Cúpla Nóiméad interview this month features Susan Boynton, Associate Professor at the Department of Music, Columbia University. Susan is also a member of FMRSI’s Advisory Board.
Notice of our new membership drive: APPROACH 3 PEOPLE!
We are always keen to expand membership of the FMRSI and in particular to be inclusive of graduate students, both current and new. It is very encouraging to see how many people are working and researching in medieval and early modern areas, as evidenced by our current membership.
As 2011 comes to a close we encourage our members to approach 3 people and encourage them to join the FMRSI. The membership form can be found on our homepage: https://fmrsi.wordpress.com/.
News of calls for papers, conferences and events.
On behalf of Carrie and Ann, I would like to wish all our members a very Happy Christmas,