The Making of Thomas Hoccleve Conference

The Making of Thomas Hoccleve: Schedule

Friday, July 6, 2018
9:10-10:45 Session 1 (Welcome and Presentations). Form
  Archives & Special Collections, Third Floor, Elizabeth Dafoe Library
  Chair: Elon Lang

  Hoccleve and the Logic of Incompleteness
   R. D. Perry, New Chaucer Society Postdoctoral Fellow
  The Influence of John Walton’s de Consolatione on Hoccleve’s Metrical Style
   Nicholas Myklebust, Regis University
  Hoccleve and Suso, Revisited
   Steven Rozenski University of Rochester

10:45-11:15 Break

11:15-12:30 Session 2 - Keynote 
  Archives & Special Collections, Third Floor, Elizabeth Dafoe Library
  Chair: Jenni Nuttall

  “Ransakid” by Death: Body, Soul and Image in Hoccleve’s “Lerne to
  Die.”

   Stephanie Trigg, University of Melbourne

12:30-2:00 Lunch (provided for registered participants)
  Degrees, Second floor, University Centre

2:00-3:30 Session 3 (Presentations). Reading Hoccleve 
  Archives & Special Collections, Elizabeth Dafoe Library
  Chair: Ruen-chuan Ma

  Hoccleve and Speght: Chaucer Scholars “wrytynge playne”
   Cameron Burt, University of Manitoba
  Holy Hoccleve
   Sebastian Langdell, Baylor University
  ‘And to that ende, here is a remembrance’: Registers of Petition in ‘The Monk and Our Lady’s Sleeves’
   Laurie Atkinson, Durham University

3:30-4:00 Break

4:00-5:30 Session 4 (Workshop). Digital Tools for the Study of Hoccleve
  Media Lab (English, Theatre Film & Media), 233 University College
   Robin Wharton, Georgia State University
   Elon Lang, University of Texas at Austin

6:30  Conference Dinner (provided for presenters)
  Smith Restaurant, the Solstice Room, Inn at the Forks

Saturday, July 7
9:15-10:30 Session 5
(Presentations). Curation
  U of M Institute for the Humanities Boardroom, 409 Tier Building
  Chair: Nicholas Perkins

  Curatorial Hoccleve: Bookishness and Saintliness in the Regiment of Princes
   Ruen-Chuan Ma, Utah Valley University
  Anti-establishment Hoccleve and Resistance in the Archives
   Elon Lang, University of Texas at Austin
   Robin Wharton, Georgia State University

10:30-11:00 Break

11:00-12:30  Session 6 (Workshop). Making Poetry
  U of M Institute for the Humanities Boardroom, 409 Tier Building
   Aditi Nafde, Newcastle University
   Jenni Nuttall, St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
   David Watt, University of Manitoba

12:30-2:00 Lunch (provided for registered participants)
  St John’s College

2:00-3:30 Session 7 (Presentations). Language
  U of M Institute for the Humanities Boardroom, 409 Tier Building
  Chair: Helen Hickey

  Hoccleve and the Force of Language
   Taylor Cowdery, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  Speech Acts and Conversation in the Series
   A. Arwen Taylor, Arkansas Tech University
  “Restless Hoccleve: A Study of Language and Consciousness in The Regement of
  Princes”
   Bradley J. Peppers, Georgia State University

3:30-4:00 Break

4:00-5:15 Session 8 - Keynote
  U of M Institute for the Humanities Boardroom, 409 Tier Building
  Chair: David Watt

  Extraordinary Bodies
   Amy Appleford, Boston University

6:30 Dinner
 Cibo Waterfront Cafe, 339 Waterfront Drive

Sunday, July 8
9:15-10:45 Session 9 (Presentations). Embodiment
  U of M Institute for the Humanities Boardroom, 409 Tier Building
  Chair: Aditi Nafde

  Homosocial Hoccleve
   Michelle Ripplinger, University of California at Berkeley
  Retracing Hoccleve's Footsteps
   Helen Hickey, University of Melbourne334
  Hoccleve, Swelling and Bursting
   Spencer Strub, University of California at Berkeley

10:45-11:15 Break

11:15-12:45 Session 10 (Workshop). Hoccleve: telling stories
 
U of M Institute for the Humanities Boardroom, 409 Tier Building
   Nicholas Perkins, St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford
   With contributions from A. Arwen Taylor, Arkansas Tech University, Ruen-Chuan Ma, Utah Valley   University, and Taylor Cowdery, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

12:45-2:15 Lunch (provided for registered participants)
  600 Fletcher Argue

2:15-3:45 Session 11 (Response)
  U of M Institute for the Humanities Boardroom, 409 Tier Building
  Chairs: Jennifer Nuttall and David Watt
 
  Response: Nicholas Watson, Harvard University