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McGill Medievalists events feature lectures and workshops by medievalists from all disciplines. The events are open to all with an interest in the history, thought, music, science and culture of the Middle Ages. Please contact Prof. Michael Van Dussen if you wish to be added to the mailing list.

McGill Medievalists Events

2013-2014 Program

25 September

3rd Annual Rare Books Workshop

Michael Van Dussen

McGill University (English)

"The_Afterlives_of_Medieval_Manuscripts"

NB: this event will be held in Rare Books and Special Collections, 4th floor McLennan Library; it will begin at 5:30 PM

23 October

Ichiro Fujinaga

McGill University (Music)

“Optical Music Recognition of Medieval Music”

This event will be held in Arts 160; it will begin at 5:30 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception

20 November

Anna Dysert

McGill University (History/Osler Library of the History of Medicine)

"The Manuscripts of Isaac Israeli's Diets in the Context of 12th Century Medicine"

This event will be held in Arts 160; it will begin at 5:30 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception

22 January

Stephen Yeager

Concordia University (English)

“Digitizing Collaborative Editing vs. Collaborative Digital Editing”

This event will be held in Arts 160; it will begin at 5:00 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception

26 February

Benjamin Barootes

McGill University (English)

"Lyric and Narrative in Chaucer's Book of the Duchess"

This event will be held in Arts 160; it will begin at 5:00 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception

19 March

Winter Term Visiting Speaker

Andrew Taylor

University of Ottawa (English)

“Inventing Bardic Voices for English Literature: A Canadian Perspective after Delgamuukw”

This event will be held in Arts 160; it will begin at 5:00 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception

Andrew Taylor will also be offering a graduate seminar. Date, time, and title TBA