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Ergebnisanzeige "International Medieval Masculinities Symposium"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelInternational Medieval Masculinities Symposium
BeschreibungOpen Invitation to an International Medieval Masculinities Symposium at Duke University, September 20-21, 2013.

New Directions in the Study of Medieval Masculinities

Invited speakers from universities around the world and representing a wide variety of fields—including history, literature, languages, area studies, and art history—present their latest research on medieval European masculinity and discuss new approaches to medieval gender studies.

For more information and the program:

Friday, September 20, 2013

1:30 PM Welcome Remarks by Prof. Ann Marie Rasmussen


2:00 – 3:45 PM Panel I

Moderator: Mary Knight (German, Wake Forest University)

Christian Straubhaar (Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies): “Henry Suso and the Politics of (Non-)Identity”

Peter Somogyi (German, Humboldt Universität, Berlin): “Pain and Salvation: Concepts of Masculinity in Reinbots von Durne ‘St. George’ Narrative”

Astrid Lembke (German, Humboldt Universität, Berlin): “Obedience and Desire: The Trouble of Becoming a Man in Late Medieval Jewish Narratives”


Coffee Break


4:00 – 6:00 PM Panel II

Moderator: Niklaus Largier (German, UC- Berkeley)

Diane Wolfthal (Art History, Rice University): “When did Servants become Men?”

Ruth Mazo Karras (History, Univ. of Minnesota): “The Love of David and Jonathan in Medieval Christian and Jewish Tradition”


6:30 PM Dinner


Saturday, September 21, 2013

9:30 am – 12:00 PM Panel III

Moderator: Gabriel Trop (German, UNC-Chapel Hill)

Clare Lees (English, King’s College, London): “Men, again, in Early Medieval Studies”

Gillian Overing (English, Wake Forest University): “Men in Trouble: Warrior Angst and Beowulf“

Karma Lochrie (English, Univ. of Illinois-Bloomington): “Regarding Women: Female Masculinities in the Middle Ages”




1:30 – 3:30 PM Panel IV

Moderator: Valeria Finucci (Romance Studies, Duke University)

Katja Gvozdeva (Romance Studies, Free Univ. of Berlin): “Carnival, Foolish Societies, and Medieval Masculinities”

Andreas Kraß (German, Humboldt Univ. of Berlin): “The Beloved Disciple: From the Gospel of John to Dan Browns Novel The Da Vinci Code“


Coffee Break


4:00 – 6:00 PM Panel V

Moderator: Kristen Neuschel (History, Duke University)

Gina Psaki (Romance Languages, Univ. of Oregon): “Misogyny and Philogyny in Medieval Masculinities”

Helmut Puff (History, Univ. of Michigan): “Mercenary Love”

All symposium panels take place at the East Duke Pink Parlor. For more details about the space, see their website:
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VeranstaltungsortDurham, North Carolina
PersonName: Christian Straubhaar 
Funktion: German Department, Duke University 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Christian Straubhaar, Duke University German Department 
Strasse/Postfach: Old Chemistry 116M, Box 90256 
Postleitzahl: 27708 
Stadt: Durham 
Telefon: 512-466-6255 
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