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Boethius at the Newberry Library

In winter quarter of 2019 I will teach a 10-week seminar on “Boethius’s Consolation of Philosophy and Its Afterlife” at the Newberry Library in Chicago. This course is open to graduate students at any of the consortium institutions of the … Continue reading

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Trilingual England: ENGL 567 F10

This course was a survey of Late Middle English literature, focalized around issues of language choice and language contact. We studied the shifting status, functions, and interactions of Latin, French, and English in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century England, and the strategies … Continue reading

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