20 May: Taylor on Chrétien de Troyes in the Renaissance

Jane Taylor, Professor of Medieval French Literature at Durham University will address the Exeter Medieval Studies’ Research Seminar on Tuesday 20 May. Her talk will be of particular interest to Medievalists, Early Modernists and all those involved in translation studies. The title is:

“Hungrie Shadows”: What became of Chrétien de Troyes in the Renaissance?

Her focus will be the translator Pierre Sala, who translated Chretien de Troyes in the 1500s, and will encompass translation and Arthuriana in the Renaissance.

The event will take place Tuesday 20th May at 4-5.30pm in MR3 (room to be confirmed nearer the time). Wine will be served afterwards as is customary at the Medieval Seminar.


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