April 26 | IUDC – Annual Medieval Studies Colloquium 2019

Inter-University Doctoral Consortium
Annual Medieval Studies Colloquium 2019
April 26, 2019, 9:00am – 5:00pm
Princeton Club, Prospect Room
15 West 43rd St., New York, NY 10036


9:00-9:30 Coffee

9:30-11:00 Medieval Music and Literary Form

Moderator: Robert Maxwell, Institute for Fine Arts, NYU

“Contrafactum and Medieval Monophonic Song Accompaniment: Imitating the Imitator”
Christopher Preston Thompson, Music, CUNY

“Law Without Justice in Chrétien’s Charrette
Mimi Zhou, French, New York University

“Cultivating Allegory with Piers Plowman’s Tree of Charity”
Danielle Allor, English, Rutgers University
11:00-11:15 Break

11:15-12:15 Early Medieval History: Court and Devotion

Moderator: Sara Lipton, History, Stonybrook University

“Scandal and Corruption at the Court of Louis the Pious”
Jan Van Doren, History, Princeton University

“A New Narrative for the Development of Passion Piety: Lay Devotion and Clerical Opposition”
Christopher Sweeney, Theology, Fordham University

12:15-1:30 Lunch

1:30 -2:45 Pilgrim Tales
Moderator: Hannah Hunter-Parker, German, Princeton University

“Parsing Primary Sources: Itineraria & Pilgrim Narratives to the Medieval Holy Land”
William Edwards, History, Stony Brook University

“Political Theory in Dante’s Inferno: The Originality of Inferno 27”
Nassime Chida, Italian, Columbia University

2:45-3:00 Coffee Break

3:00-4:00 Roundtable: Managing the Complexities of Academic Life

Moderator: Sara S. Poor (German, Princeton University)

Nicholas Paul (History, Fordham University)

Anne Judith Stone (Musicology, CUNY, Graduate Center)

Laura Weigert (Art History, Rutgers University)

Eliza Zingesser (French, Columbia University)

Christina Bruno (Medieval Studies, Fordham University)

4:00-5:00 Reception (Terrace, weather permitting)

Organized by Princeton University, Program in Medieval Studies, https://medievalstudies.princeton.edu

Powered by WordPress. Designed by WooThemes

Skip to toolbar