Bodies in Motion: 2019 MRGSA Graduate Symposium

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September 13, 2019
9:00AM - 5:00PM
Location
18th Ave Library, 3rd Floor

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Bodies in Motion: 2019 MRGSA Graduate Symposium

The Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Student Association is hosting its 2019 annual graduate symposium on September 13th at The Ohio State University. Join them for a day of graduate student papers, a faculty roundtable, and a keynote presentation by Dr. Seeta Chaganti that address their conference theme, “Bodies in Motion.”

Symposium Information:
Keynote Speaker – learn more about Dr. Seeta Chaganti
Directions and Travel – symposium locations and directions to/from the airport
Around Columbus – hotel and local eatery recommendations

Seeta Chaganti: MRGSA Symposium Keynote Lecture - "Sidestepping: Race, Blackface, and History of Morris Dance Scholarship"

Friday, September 13, 2019 - 4:00pm

18th Avenue Library, 3rd Floor, Research Commons

Dr. Chaganti joined the faculty of the UC Davis English Department in 2001. She specializes in Old and Middle English poetry and its intersections with material culture.

In her keynote address, she will speak to the Symposium themes of not only "bodies in motion" but also receptions of the Middle Ages and the migration of medieval cultural traditions.

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Bodies in Motion: 2019 MRGSA Graduate Symposium

The Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Student Association is hosting its 2019 annual graduate symposium on September 13th at The Ohio State University. Join them for a day of graduate student papers, a faculty roundtable, and a keynote presentation by Dr. Seeta Chaganti that address their conference theme, “Bodies in Motion.”

Symposium Information:
Keynote Speaker – learn more about Dr. Seeta Chaganti
Directions and Travel – symposium locations and directions to/from the airport
Around Columbus – hotel and local eatery recommendations

Seeta Chaganti: MRGSA Symposium Keynote Lecture - "Sidestepping: Race, Blackface, and History of Morris Dance Scholarship"

Friday, September 13, 2019 - 4:00pm

18th Avenue Library, 3rd Floor, Research Commons

Dr. Chaganti joined the faculty of the UC Davis English Department in 2001. She specializes in Old and Middle English poetry and its intersections with material culture.

In her keynote address, she will speak to the Symposium themes of not only "bodies in motion" but also receptions of the Middle Ages and the migration of medieval cultural traditions.

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