Editing and Interpretation: Literatures of Medieval England
8–10 September 2015
Derwent Building, The University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX
This three-day conference, held under the auspices of the Andrew Marvell Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, will focus on three overlapping areas central to all text-based work on medieval literatures: the identification, editing, and interpretation of texts. Major attention will be given to Medieval English, especially Middle English prose, but Anglo-Norman and Latin materials will also be discussed, as will verse texts and book illustration.
Speakers include: Julia Boffey (Queen Mary, University of London); A. S. G. Edwards (University of Kent); Martha Driver (Pace University, New York); Erik Kooper (Universiteit Utrecht); William Marx (University of Wales; Trinity St David, Lampeter); Kari Anne Rand (Universitetet i Oslo); John Thompson (Queen’s University, Belfast); and Ronald Waldron (Emeritus, King’s College London).
Registration (including meals): £60 full fee; £40 for postgraduates
Booking: Please send the booking form (available at http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/english/news-and -events.aspx), with a cheque for the relevant amount made payable to ‘The University of Hull’, to Veronica O’Mara, Department of English, The University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX
Registration Deadline — with conference-arranged accommodation: 30 April 2015; without conference-arranged accommodation: 30 July 2015.
A poster is available to download here.