ICLS panels (July 24-29, Lexington, Kentucky) – tentative!

The following Marie de France papers will be presented at the 15th Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, July 24-29 at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.  Dates and times subject to change. We will update again once the official program has been printed.

For more information on the conference, visit http://icls2016.as.uky.edu.

Tuesday, July 26 is “Marie de France Day”

8:30-10a.m. –  Leisure, Ludics, and Life-Changing Linens in the Lays of Marie de France
Chair: Rupert T. Pickens (University of Kentucky)
Location: Niles Gallery

  • “The Wounding of the Deer in Marie de France’s ‘Guigemar’: A Medieval Veterinarian Perspective,” Carol Dover (Georgetown U)
  • “Marie at Play: Equitan as Courtly Diversion or Carnivalesque Subversion?” Monica L. Wright (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
  • “Liminal Beds and Dangerous Textiles in Marie de France’s Lais,” Susan Hopkirk (U of Toronto)

2-3:30p.m. – Marie de France: Reception and Performance
Chair: TBD
Location: Niles Gallery

  • “Marie de France Enlightened and Romanticized,” Logan Whalen (U of Oklahoma)
  • “Chaitivel: A Reconstruction of the Performance of a 12th Century Lai,” Ronald Cook (Independent Scholar)
  • TBD, Simonetta Cochis (Transylvania U)

3:30-4p.m. – Coffee Break
Location: Fine Arts Lobby


 

4 – 5:30p.m. – Performances of Old French Narrative Lays
Location: Niles Gallery

  • Ron Cook (Independent Scholar), Tamara Bentley Caudill (Tulane U), Simonetta Cochis (Transylvania U)