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Programme

Provisional Conference Schedule

  Unless otherwise noted, all programme points will take place at the TS Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College.
 
Friday,
10 May
10:00–11:00
Registration with Tea&Coffee
11:00–11:15
Welcome Address
11:15–12:45
Panel Session 1: Performing Song in Context
13:00–14:15
Lunch [University Club]
14:45–16:30
Panel Session 2: Performance: Concept, Context, Genre
16:30–17:00
Tea&Coffee break
17:00–18:00
Manuscripts at Merton with Dr Julia Walworth
18:15–19:30
Keynote Address by Prof. Franz Körndle
19:30–19:45 Light refreshments
20:00–21:15
Concert: Ensemble Leones [Merton College Chapel]
21:30–22:30
Reception [Merton College MCR]
 
Saturday, 11 May
09:00–10:30
Panel Session 3: Manuscripts as Performance
10:30–10:50
Tea&Coffee break
10:50–12:00
Keynote Address by Dr Florence Bourgne
12:00–12:15
Tea&Coffee break
12:15–13:45
Panel Session 4 and Concluding Remarks: Performance Transformed
  14:00 End of Conference
 
 
Panel Session 1
Performing Song in Context
Dr Almut Suerbaum
   
Annemari Ferreira, Tið, Tiðindi: The Phenomenology of Skaldic Poetry in Egils Saga
Jennifer Rushworth, The Psalms and Dante’s Purgatory
Moritz Kelber, Advenisti desiderabilis: Emperor Charles V as the Saviour of True Faith
   
Panel Session 2
Performance: Concept, Context, Genre
Dr Sophie Marnette and Dr Helen Swift
   
Uri Smilansky, The Multi-Dimensional Text: A Thought Experiment Around Machaut's De Bonté, de Valour (V10)
Matthew Cheung Salisbury, Performance, Performativity, and the Medieval Liturgical Act
Steffen Hope, The King’s Liturgical Image
   
Panel Session 3
Manuscripts as Performance
Dr Jessica Berenbeim
   
Sophie Burton, Archiving Chant: Triplet Masses in Benevento, Biblioteca Capitolare MS 40
Rachel Sullivan, Performing Manuscripts: Rhyme Braces in Medieval Play MSS
Jack Hartnell, Embodied Bodies: Performing Medieval Surgery and Performing Medieval Art History
   
Panel Session 4
Performance Transformed
Prof. Elizabeth Eva Leach
   
David Bowe, Who Performs the Siren Song? Performative Reading and Writing in Purgatorio XIX
Francisca Gale, Adaptation and the Problem of Performance: Wolfram's Solution in Parzival?