Session Title

A Feminist Renaissance in Anglo-Saxon Studies I: Interdisciplinary/Extramural

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Special Session

Organizer Name

Mary Dockray-Miller; Rebecca Straple

Organizer Affiliation

Lesley Univ.; Western Michigan Univ.

Presider Name

Mary Dockray-Miller

Paper Title 1

Elizabeth Elstob's Subscribers

Presenter 1 Name

Thomas A. Bredehoft

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Chancery Hill Books and Antiques

Paper Title 2

Teaching about Vikings and Anglo-Saxon Women: When the History Channel Accidentally (Almost) Gets It Right

Presenter 2 Name

Wendy Marie Hoofnagle

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Univ. of Northern Iowa

Paper Title 3

Beowulf and Its Others: Sovereignty, Race, and Medieval Settler-Colonialism

Presenter 3 Name

Adam Miyashiro

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Stockton Univ.

Paper Title 4

Authorizing White Identity through the Voice of Se Snotera Engla Ðeode Lareow

Presenter 4 Name

M. Breann Leake

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Univ. of Connecticut

Start Date

13-5-2018 8:30 AM

Session Location

Fetzer 1010

Description

This session seeks papers focused on ways that a Feminist Renaissance in Anglo-Saxon studies can resonate inside and outside the university. Ideally, papers will combine traditional academic analysis of Anglo-Saxon artifact(s) (text, object, etc.) with reflection on ways that feminist analysis can or should function outside of traditional academia. We anticipate that some presenters will also grapple with the definition of the term “feminist” in 2017/2018, both in and out of the field.

(Mary Dockray-Miller)

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May 13th, 8:30 AM

A Feminist Renaissance in Anglo-Saxon Studies I: Interdisciplinary/Extramural

Fetzer 1010

This session seeks papers focused on ways that a Feminist Renaissance in Anglo-Saxon studies can resonate inside and outside the university. Ideally, papers will combine traditional academic analysis of Anglo-Saxon artifact(s) (text, object, etc.) with reflection on ways that feminist analysis can or should function outside of traditional academia. We anticipate that some presenters will also grapple with the definition of the term “feminist” in 2017/2018, both in and out of the field.

(Mary Dockray-Miller)