Daniel Donoghue: “Misreading Ambrose’s Silence: The History of Reading Meets Cognitive Science”

October 27, 2011

Thursday, October 27 at 4:30, LC 319. The Medieval-Renaissance Colloquium presents: Daniel Donoghue is the John P. Marquand Professor of English at Harvard University, where he has taught a wide range of medieval literature since 1986.  Among his books are Lady Godiva: A Literary History of the Legend (2003) and Old English Literature: A Short Introduction (2004), and Style in Old English Poetry: The Test of the Auxiliary (Yale UP, 1986). He has also edited the Norton Critical Edition of Seamus Heaney’s translation of Beowulf (2002). He currently edits The Year’s Work in Old English Studies and is editor of the Old English series in The Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library published by Harvard University Press. He received his PhD in Medieval Studies from Yale University in 1986.

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