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Juliette Bourdier, Medievalist

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What’s the point of studying medieval literature?

Professor Thorlac Turville-Petre discusses his study of literature from the Middle Ages. University of Nottingham. TURVILLE-PETRE, T, 2010. The Gawain Poet: Places of the Imagination. In: TREHARNE, E and WALKER, G, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Medieval English Literature Oxford... Continue Reading →

Yvain

Bonjour, La semaine prochaine, nous commencerons la lecture d'Yvain et le Lion, je souhaite que vous vous imprégniez de l'esprit du texte de Chrétien au travers de la visite de ce musée virtuel. Yvain, le Chevalier au Lion, by Chrétien... Continue Reading →

The MINIARE project

Secret histories of illuminated manuscripts: the MINIARE project From the University of Cambridge An innovative project at the University of Cambridge will uncover some of the hidden histories of illuminated manuscripts, thanks to the application of techniques more commonly found... Continue Reading →

Time Management: How to Make it Happen!

This workshop will help you set academic goals and make them happen. Participants will brainstorm realistic goals and discuss how to achieve them. Forget the imposter syndrome: You can do it, and that is why you are here. Some of... Continue Reading →

Second Language… a Key to JobSearch

Ann Meritt : Foreign languages: the 10 easiest to learn The English language is closely related to many Germanic and Romance dialects, so when it comes to language study English speakers aren’t starting from scratch. Anne Merritt lists the 10... Continue Reading →

Just try…. then you’ll know you actually can…

Misconceptions Common Misconceptions About Learning French Get The Facts I’m Too Old ‘I wish I were younger… There is no way I could learn French at my age… Children are the best at learning languages… The older you are, the... Continue Reading →

Dating Medieval Manuscripts

The Algorithms That Automatically Date Medieval Manuscripts from http://www.technologyreview.com/view/509876/the-algorithms-that-automatically-date-medieval-manuscripts/# Around a million medieval documents have no date making their historical significance difficult to quantify. But automated computer techniques look set to revolutionise the work for historians An important aspect of... Continue Reading →

Colloque Raoul de Houdenc

Entre fiction et didactique : l’oeuvre de Raoul de Houdenc Colloque international du CUERMA- CIELAM Université de Provence Aix-en-Provence 24, 25, 26 octobre 2012 Quand l’invention littéraire débauche la littérature Infernale, ou l’éloge du poète grivois Raoul de Houdenc, Le... Continue Reading →

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