Every year, undergraduate students who have taken medieval studies courses present papers on a wide range of topics. The 20-minute presentations are based on research work undertaken for a course and students are nominated for participation by their teachers. The papers are grouped into two sessions (one from 11 a.m. to noon and the second from 1 to 2 p.m.), and all participants and audience members are provided with a buffet lunch between the presentation periods.
Questions about this event may be emailed to the Medieval Institute’s Director of Undergraduate Studies Linda Major.
Session I: 11:00 AM to Noon in Rm. 715 J, Hesburgh Library, with the following presenters and topics:
* Katherine McGovern Politics of Tudor England (Prof. Rory Rapple)
* Vanessa Steger Unsolved Historical Mysteries (Prof. Daniel Hobbins)
* Eric Hageman Ancient Roman Architecture and Early Modern Rome (Prof. Margaret Meserve)
* Joseph Ahmad Pope Julius II and Humanism (Prof. Margaret Meserve)
Luncheon Buffet: Noon to 1:00 PM in Rm. 714 Hesburgh Library, for participants and attendees
Session II: 1:00 to 1:30 PM with the following presenters and topics:
* Kaitlyn Farrell Chaucer's The Book of the Duchess (Prof. Tim Miller)
* Justin Orr Chaucer's The House of Fame (Prof. Tim Miller)