Pamela Kirkpatrick started the topic CFP for MLA 2018 in New York: Medieval and Renaissance Terms of Endearment. in the discussion German Literature to 1700 on MLA Commons 2 years, 6 months ago
CFP for MLA 2018 in New York: Medieval and Renaissance Terms of Endearment.
<span style=”font-family: ‘Georgia’,serif; color: #333333;”>Seeking proposals to a non-guaranteed session about kinship terminology or terms of endearment used for friends and foes. For example, in <span style=”font-family: ‘Georgia’,serif;”>The Song of Roland</span>,…[Read more]
Carol Zuses started the topic Membership Suggestions for 2017 Forum Delegate Election in the discussion German Literature to 1700 on MLA Commons 2 years, 10 months ago
The term of this forum’s representative in the Delegate Assembly will come to an end in January 2018, so the election of a new representative is scheduled for the fall of 2017. The forum’s executive committee will consider nominations for this election when it meets during the January 2017 convention in Philadelphia. Though the executive comm…[Read more]
German Studies Association Conference Seminar (September 29 ‐ October , 2016 in San Diego)
THE LITERARY LIFE OF PLANTS: AGENCY, LANGUAGES, AND POETICS OF THE VEGETAL
Joela Jacobs, University of Arizona (email@example.com)
Isabel Kranz, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (firstname.lastname@example.org)
SEMINAR DES…[Read more]
Happy (almost) end of semester! I wanted to alert you to the following publication that have been shared with this forum by MLA members via CORE. (You can see any such items by clicking the “Deposits” box to the left of the group’s page.) I encourage you to read your colleague’s work and to perhaps share your own course materials or researc…[Read more]
The Department of Germanic Studies at the University of Texas invites you to a cash bar on Thursday, January 7, 7-10 pm, at Austin Ale House at 301 W. 6th Street (corner 6th and Lavaca). This is an easy walking distance from the JW Marriott and other conference hotels. We will provide finger foods. Please come and join us!
In twelfth‐century Germany, where mysticism was a common phenomenon, Hildegard of Bingen and her visions were readily accepted — making it all the more significant that, despite the generally receptive conditions, Hildegard went to such trouble to make sure her visions and her writings were endorsed by the Church. In contrast, Joan of Arc, liv…[Read more]