Session Title

The Venerable Bede I

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Institute for Medieval Research, Univ. of Nottingham

Organizer Name

Peter Darby, Máirín Mac Carron, Paul C. Hilliard

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. of Nottingham, National Univ. of Ireland-Galway, University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein Seminary

Presider Name

Sharon M. Rowley

Presider Affiliation

Christopher Newport Univ.

Paper Title 1

The Background to Bede's Commentary on First Samuel

Presenter 1 Name

Scott DeGregorio

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. of Michigan-Dearborn

Paper Title 2

The "Sister Bibles" of the Codex Amiatinus and Monastic Reading at Wearmouth-Jarrow

Presenter 2 Name

Celia Chazelle

Presenter 2 Affiliation

College of New Jersey

Paper Title 3

Bede and His Irish Computus Sources

Presenter 3 Name

Máirín Mac Carron

Start Date

11-5-2014 8:30 AM

Session Location

Fetzer 2016

Description

Keeping with the longstanding tradition of two Congress sessions dedicated to the Venerable Bede (c. 673-735), the organizers have put together 2 panels for 2014. Recent Congress strands have focused upon Bede’s relationships with others (‘Friends and Enemies’, 2012), and the factors that shaped the composition and reception of Bede’s writings (‘Intellectual Landscapes’, 2013), but the session titles for 2014 are intentionally broad. The broad titles were designed to attract researchers who do not necessarily work on Bede per se, but who are working on parallel or contextual material which would be of interest to an audience of Bede scholars. The 2014 sessions will signal new developments in Bede scholarship and showcase new directions in the study of Bede and his oeuvre from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives. Submissions were sought on any aspect of Bede’s life, times, intellectual inheritance, writings, or legacy.

Peter Darby

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May 11th, 8:30 AM

The Venerable Bede I

Fetzer 2016

Keeping with the longstanding tradition of two Congress sessions dedicated to the Venerable Bede (c. 673-735), the organizers have put together 2 panels for 2014. Recent Congress strands have focused upon Bede’s relationships with others (‘Friends and Enemies’, 2012), and the factors that shaped the composition and reception of Bede’s writings (‘Intellectual Landscapes’, 2013), but the session titles for 2014 are intentionally broad. The broad titles were designed to attract researchers who do not necessarily work on Bede per se, but who are working on parallel or contextual material which would be of interest to an audience of Bede scholars. The 2014 sessions will signal new developments in Bede scholarship and showcase new directions in the study of Bede and his oeuvre from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives. Submissions were sought on any aspect of Bede’s life, times, intellectual inheritance, writings, or legacy.

Peter Darby