Best of the Medieval Studies Research Blog: November Highlights
Welcome to the Medieval Studies Research Blog’s (MSRB) “Best of” news series where we report monthly on our recent publications and exciting initiatives.
What an exciting month we’ve had! From starting a brand-new special series called “Medieval Chicago” to featuring the work of Professor Emeritus Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, this month has been busier than usual. We’re certainly enjoying a productive holiday season.
- Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, “We Were Here First: a Medievalist’s View of the Reformation”
- Karrie Fuller, “Medieval Chicago–An Introduction to the Series”
- Cait Stevenson, “Katharina Tucher Uses the Bible (Part 1)”
- Cait Stevenson, “Katharina Tucher Uses the Bible (Part 2)”
- Sean Sapp, "Working in the Archives–The Vatican Secret Archives"
- Zach Prephan, “Chaucer’s Pardoner on Wall Street”
- Tess Kaiser, “Chaucer’s Envoy, Gone Girl, and Pseudo-feminism”
- Kelsey Dool, “Manic Pixie Dream Grisilde: Was Geoffrey Chaucer a Medieval Cameron Crowe?”
- Andrew Cameron, “Arcane Incantations and Technobabble: The Exploitation of Exclusive Language in The Canterbury Tales and the Modern Day”
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On a Final Note
The holidays are here, but we’re not wrapping up the semester yet. Stay tuned for our winter highlights!
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The MSRB is a multi-author blog site hosted by the University of Notre Dame's Medieval Institute. This blog provides interdisciplinary and geographically broad coverage of research on the Middle Ages. It supports the Institute’s efforts to create an inclusive scholarly community that advances the study of the medieval world and its influences on the world today. Interested in submitting a post? See our “Submission Guidelines” page.