Bringing together international leaders in the field of medieval studies, this conference focuses interdisciplinary attention on the recent resurgence of interest in fifteenth-century texts and manuscripts and reshapes the dialogue about this decisive moment in English literary history. This conference was funded by The Huntington's Dorothy Collins Brown Endowment and The Center for Ideas and Society, University of California, Riverside.
Lisa H. Cooper lectures in the session entitled, “Inventions, Emotions, and Technical Exhilirations”. Lisa H. Cooper is Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Anke Bernau lectures in the session entitled, “Inventions, Emotions, and Technical Exhilirations”. Bernau is Senior Lecturer In Medieval Literature and Culture at the University of Manchester.
Anthony Bale lectures in the session entitled, “Displaced Bodies, Readers, and Senses”. Bale is Professor of English and Humanities at Birkbeck, University of London.