Medieval Institute Undergraduate Research Colloquium


Location: Hesburgh Library, Room 714, Byzantine Reading Room

Every year, undergraduate students who have taken medieval studies courses present papers on a wide range of topics. The 20-minute presentations are based on research work undertaken for a course, and students are nominated for participation by their teachers. *11:00 a.m. to noon: Session One* * Matthew DiFazio—Lancelot's Depiction in "The Knight of the Cart" Versus That in _The Quest of the Holy Grail_ * Jessica Runk—Love in the Romances: Erec and Enide vs. Lancelot and Guinevere * Mary Prokop—The Joy of the Court: Courtly Love in "Erec and Enide" and "The Knight of the Cart" * Kieran Wasserman—The Quest of the Lost Crown: An Adventure of the Round Table

*Noon to 1:00 p.m.: Buffet lunch for all participants and audience members* *1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.: Session Two* * Maria Martellaro—Labyrinth or Labor Intus: Classical Myth in the Medieval Church * Katherine McGovern—Salisbury Cathedral as Ascetic Anomaly * Rebecca Lischwe—Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venice, Italy: Historic Analysis and Proposal for the Future

Sponsored by the Medieval Institute