Session602
TitleMedieval English: Language, Literature, and Literacy, II
Date/TimeTuesday 4 July 2017: 11.15-12.45
 
SponsorSociety of Historical English Language & Linguistics (SHELL)
 
OrganiserHans Sauer, Institut für Englische Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
 
Moderator/ChairMichiko Ogura, School of Arts & Sciences, Tokyo Woman's Christian University
 
Paper 602-a Why Did People Oust Folk and Lede?
(Language: English)
Rafal Molencki, Institute of English Studies, University of Silesia, Katowice
Index Terms: Language and Literature - Middle English; Language and Literature - Old English
Paper 602-b A Taste of 'Otherness': On Foreign Elements in the Early English Menus
(Language: English)
Magdalena Bator, Instytut Anglistyki, Społeczna Akademia Nauk, Warszawa
Index Terms: Language and Literature - Middle English; Language and Literature - Old English
Paper 602-c Old English Magan: An Expression of Adhortative Wish?
(Language: English)
Kousuke Kaita, Graduate School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Chiba University
Index Terms: Language and Literature - German; Language and Literature - Old English
 
AbstractUnder the name of SHELL (Society of Historical English Language and Linguistics), which was estalished in 2001 in Japan, we organise four sessions entitled 'Medieval English: Language, Literature, and Literacy'. Papers discuss Old and / or Middle English language and literature from the viewpoints of paleography, syntax, semantics, literary theory, prosody, translation, as well as the common theme of IMC 2017, otherness. Members are both veterans and younger scholars who enjoy their knowledge of medieval English and wish to share their interest with the IMC audience. The result of these sessions will be published in a year or so.