Today: Jane Taylor on “Hungrie Shadows”

Jane Taylor, Professor of Medieval French Literature and Principal of Collingwood College, Durham University will speak today, Tuesday 20th May, as part of the Exeter Centre for Medieval Studies’ Research Seminar programme, and as an invited speaker of the Department of Modern Languages. Professor Taylor’s talk is entitled:

‘”Hungrie Shadows”: what became of Chrétien de Troyes in the Renaissance?’

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

The seminar will take place at 4pm in room E, Queen’s Building. This is a change from the originally advertised room.

The paper will be followed by a wine reception in Queen’s SCR at 5-ish, sponsored by DML.

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