Alain Chartier at the 44th International Congress of Medieval Studies
Session 230, Schneider 1330
Friday, 10:00 am; Tradition and Innovation: Alain Chartier
Sponsor: International Alain Chartier Society
Organizer: Daisy Delogu, Univ. of Chicago
Presider: Joan E. McRae, Hampden-Sydney College
The Unconsoled Author: Alain Chartier's Livre de l'esperance
Andrea Tarnowski, Dartmouth College
Prefigurations of the Belle dame sans mercy in Alain Chartier's Work: Rereading
the Livre des quatre dames
Maria Nieves Canal, Univ. of Michigan-Ann Arbor
"La Puce en l'Oreille": Erotic Friendship in Alain Chartier's Debat reveille
matin and Guillaume Alexis's Le Debat de l'omme mondain et du religieulx
Emma Cayley, Univ. of Exeter
Another paper of interest to Society members:
member Liv Robinson will present "The trace / Of her that here is named: Richard Roos's Translation of the BDSM" at (you guessed it) the same time, 10:00 Friday am in Valley 1, room 102.
At the Congress, we will also hold our second annual Business Meeting and vin d'honneur, scheduled for Friday at 5:15pm, in Valley II 207, and a Society Dinner, date and location TBA.
Membership in the Society is free and we encourage you to send your contact information to our President, Joan McRae at firstname.lastname@example.org to help in establishing a master email list for the Society. Visit our web site including announcements about items of interest to scholars of Chartier and a bibliography at http://people.hsc.edu/alain/.
The Executive Committee includes :
Joan McRae, President and Webmaster
Emma Cayley, Vice President
Susan Dudash, Secretary
Thank you. We look forward to see you at Kalamazoo 2009!
on behalf of the International Alain Chartier Society,
Susan J. Dudash,
Assistant Professor of French, Fordham University and
Mellon Fellow and Senior Research Associate, University of Notre Dame