Conferences: Kirsten Inglis

Graduate students specializing in medieval and early modern literature participate in a range of academic conferences, where they present papers and organize and chair panels. Here’s just a sample of Kisten Inglis’s conference participation in 2012. Kirsten is an upper-year Ph.D. student, supervised by Mary Polito.

  • “The Gift of Grief in Chaucer’s Franklin’s Tale.” PAMLA annual conference. Seattle, October 2012.
  • “Politicizing the Religious Emblem in England: Esther Inglis’s Translation of the Emblemes ou Devises Chrestiennes.” Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society annual conference. Abbotsford, BC, October 2012.
  • Organizer, English Renaissance Literature Panel. Rocky Mountain MLA annual conference. Boulder, CO, October, 2012.
  • “‘The Fruits of My Pen’: Esther Inglis’s Translation of Georgette de Montenay’s Emblemes ou Devises Chrestiennes.” Medieval and Renaissance Cultural Studies Research Group. University of Calgary. Feb. 9, 2012.
  • “Adapting Boccaccio through Shakespearean Intertext: John Newdigate’s ‘Ghismonda‘ Plays.” ACCUTE annual conference. Waterloo, ON. May 2012.
  • “‘Wee answered to bee English’: Travels through France and Italy, 1635.’ Canadian Society for Italian Studies annual conference, Waterloo, ON. May 2012.
  • “Women’s Epistolary Business: Affection, Advice, and Aid in the Correspondence of Anne Newdigate (1574–1618).” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies annual conference. Waterloo, ON. May 2012.