The Commentarial Forms in Literature working group is delighted to announce that they will host a virtual workshop from Wednesday September 29th to Thursday September 30th 2021. The theme of the workshop is centred on forms of commentary in literature from a range of literary traditions—German, French, Arabic, and Hebrew. For more information, please see the schedule events below and register to participate through Zoom at the registration link here. Any questions regarding general information and accessibility can be directed to Sloane Geddes at email@example.com.
9:00-13:30 [EDT] // 15:00-19:30 [CEST]
|9:00 – 9:15|
|9:15 – 10:00|
|Philip Stockbrugger: Hybrid Commentary in Paul Claudel: Au milieu des vitraux de l’Apocalypse between Tradition and Ekphrasis|
|10:05 – 10:50|
|Walker Horsfall: sie varn durch ein wolken: Frauenlob and Integumentum|
|11:00 – 12:00|
|Florian Müller & Jennifer Gerber: Maeren Prologues and Epilogues|
|12:30 – 1:30|
|Stefanie Brinkmann & Nadine Löhr: Examining Prefaces – The Commentators’ Voices|
09:00-11:45 [EDT] // 15:00-17:45 [CEST]
|Christina Lechtermann & Markus Stock: A Late Medieval German Magnificat Commentary and the Question of Commentarial Authorship|
|Elisabeth Hollender & Saskia Dönitz: Moshe da Rieti’s Little Temple – A “Hebrew Dante” and its Reception|
|Jeannie Miller: Anecdote, Poetry, Commentary: Adab and the Commentarial Gesture|
Featured image: Frauenlob, as depicted in the Codex Manesse.
Source: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg.