Session Title

Valar Morghulis

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Pseudo Society

Organizer Name

Kavita Mudan Finn

Organizer Affiliation

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Presider Name

Kavita Mudan Finn

Paper Title 1

Sound and Humanization: Imitatio Christi in the York and Chester Crucifixion of Christ

Presenter 1 Name

Ariana Ellis

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. of Toronto

Paper Title 2

The Duchess and Her Paramour: A Medieval (?) Poem (?)

Presenter 2 Name

Mary D. Edwards

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Pratt Institute

Paper Title 3

Fairly Foul, or Foully Fair? A Reconsideration of Macbeth's Legacy Sponsored by the White Haggis Society

Presenter 3 Name

E. J. Nielsen

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Univ. of Massachusetts-Amherst

Start Date

9-5-2020 8:00 PM

Session Location

Fetzer 1005

Description

As has been the case for more than forty years (albeit under multiple names), the Pseudo Society has restricted itself to a single panel on Saturday evening, designed to provide a venue for levity, humour, and an utter lack of seriousness. Although I am aware that prior attendance is not a factor, the Pseudo Society is by far the most well-attended panel during the Congress and a longstanding tradition.

For this year, to commemorate, for better or ill, the fact that Game of Thrones is no more, all papers will be presented in High Valyrian using the Dothraki citation system. Kavita M. Finn

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May 9th, 8:00 PM

Valar Morghulis

Fetzer 1005

As has been the case for more than forty years (albeit under multiple names), the Pseudo Society has restricted itself to a single panel on Saturday evening, designed to provide a venue for levity, humour, and an utter lack of seriousness. Although I am aware that prior attendance is not a factor, the Pseudo Society is by far the most well-attended panel during the Congress and a longstanding tradition.

For this year, to commemorate, for better or ill, the fact that Game of Thrones is no more, all papers will be presented in High Valyrian using the Dothraki citation system. Kavita M. Finn