Session Title

Hell Studies: Hellish Remixes

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Societas Daemonetica

Organizer Name

Richard Ford Burley

Organizer Affiliation

Boston College

Presider Name

Nicole Ford Burley

Presider Affiliation

Boston Univ.

Paper Title 1

Sympathetic Satan Before Milton Remix: The Characterization of Satan and the Harrowing of Hell in Christ and Satan and York Corpus Christi Plays

Presenter 1 Name

Alexis M. Milmine

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Texas Tech Univ.

Paper Title 2

Upon the Wicked Stage: The Devil in English Drama From the Medieval Period to Modernity

Presenter 2 Name

Laura Elizabeth Rice

Presenter 2 Affiliation

HIDden Theatre

Paper Title 3

The Undead Shoemaker: Confessional Conflict and the Afterlife in Breslau, 1591

Presenter 3 Name

Donald Fleming

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Kent State Univ.

Start Date

12-5-2017 3:30 PM

Session Location

Sangren 1720

Description

Remix Studies is a nascent but fast-growing field. Just last year Routledge published its first critical companion to Remix Studies, and interest in the field -- which critically examines the relationships of sources and analogues, as well as the production and reproduction of texts -- is steadily growing. That said, to this point very little attempt has been made to apply this theory to the study of medieval materials. This session is intended to jump-start the discourse of Remix Studies in a medieval context by providing a venue for discussion. To that end the Societas Daemonetica is presenting three fifteen- to twenty-minute papers that explore different ways in which the idea of the Remix, broadly interpreted, may be applied to the study of Hell, devils, and the damned.

Richard Ford Burley

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May 12th, 3:30 PM

Hell Studies: Hellish Remixes

Sangren 1720

Remix Studies is a nascent but fast-growing field. Just last year Routledge published its first critical companion to Remix Studies, and interest in the field -- which critically examines the relationships of sources and analogues, as well as the production and reproduction of texts -- is steadily growing. That said, to this point very little attempt has been made to apply this theory to the study of medieval materials. This session is intended to jump-start the discourse of Remix Studies in a medieval context by providing a venue for discussion. To that end the Societas Daemonetica is presenting three fifteen- to twenty-minute papers that explore different ways in which the idea of the Remix, broadly interpreted, may be applied to the study of Hell, devils, and the damned.

Richard Ford Burley