Refashioning the Old Testament: Trinitarian Piety in the Alliterative Pistel of Swete Susan: Susanna Fein

Event time: 
Friday, October 26, 2018 - 4:00pm
Location: 
LC 319 See map
Event description: 

Susanna Fein is currently Professor of English and Coordinator of the College of Arts & Sciences Minor in Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies. An accomplished teacher and researcher, Professor Fein has been an Editor of the prestigious peer-reviewed quarterly journal The Chaucer Review since 2001, and is also on the advisory/editorial boards of several other key medieval publication series, including the Oxford Bibliographies in Medieval Studies, The Archive of Early Middle English, the Teaching Association of Medieval Studies (TEAMS), and The Journal of the Early Book SocietyShe has published extensively on many Middle English topics, most notably editing the complete manuscript  of the well-known Harley Lyrics, as well as the work of John Audelay, Thomas of Hales, and Geoffrey Chaucer. We are very pleased to welcome Professor Fein to the Medieval Collloquium this Friday and to discuss her work, ““Refashioning the Old Testament: Trinitarian Piety in the Alliterative Pistel of Swete Susan.