Join us for a roundtable of graduate students discussing their work on race and religion in the Middle Ages.
Wednesday, December 12, 6-8pm
The Graduate Center, CUNY
Mark-Allan Donaldson: studying medieval texts without ignoring the presence of racial tension and representation.
William Arguelles: the essentially connected nature of the feminine and dynasty, and medieval imperialism.
Paola Maria Rodriguez: pagan characters in Dante’s Purgatorio.
Soojung Choe: shifting modes of representation of ‘Saracens’ from medieval romance to early modern theatre.