“Rewriting the Arthurian World: Galehot, Son of the Beautiful Giantess”
The third in the three-part Conway Lecture Series by Sylvia Huot, Professor of Medieval French Literature, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge.
In 2002, the Medieval Institute inaugurated a lecture series in honor of Robert M. Conway, a 1966 graduate of Notre Dame, trustee of the University, and long-time friend and supporter of the Medieval Institute. The annual Conway Lectures brings senior scholars of international distinction to Notre Dame each fall to speak on topics across a variety of disciplines. The lectures are then published by the University of Notre Dame Press.
Prof. Huot’s first Conway Lecture is Thursday, September 13: “An Ambiguous Presence: Giants in Medieval Romance”
The second lecture in the series is Tuesday, September 18: “Rival Narratives: Giants in the Prose Tristan”
Past speakers included Fr. Ulrich Horst (2002), Paul Strohm (2003), Rosamond McKitterick (2004), Calvin Bower (2005), Beat Brenk (2006), A. C. Spearing (2007), Jonathan Riley-Smith (2008), John Marenbon (2009), Roberta Frank (2010), and Barbara Newman (2011).