Wednesday, April 29, 2009

International Society of Anglo-Saxonists, July 2009

The ISAS program (or programme) is up on their website.

Sessions I find really interesting include:
  • Session 1: Minding Old English
  • Session 3: Sea Comments: Anglo-Saxon Exegesis
  • Session 4: Þinga Be-tweoh: Poetry Between Places
  • Session 5: Re-sourced: Manuscript, Text and Language
  • Session 8: Religion: Community and Practice

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