Monday, October 15, 2012

Still Getting Medieval on TV Update (At Last)

I am pleased to (finally) announce the details of our session for the 2013 International Congress on Medieval Studies:

Still Getting Medieval on Television: Medieval-Themed Television of the Twenty-first Century and Its Impact on Medieval Studies (Roundtable)
Organizer: Michael A. Torregrossa, The Virtual Society for the Study of Popular Culture and the Middle Ages

Presider: Suanna Davis, Abilene Christian University

Paper 1: Hybrid Medievalisms in Arthurian Romance and the Historical Evolution of the Genre from Print to Television
Kevin Teo Kia Choong, Nagoya University

Paper 2: When Bows Don't Bow: Sherwood and Camelot in Conflict
Elizabeth Bernhardt, Abilene Christian University

Paper 3: Kaamelott/Camelot on the Small Screen
Tara Foster, Northern Michigan University

Paper 4: Medieval Themes in the Contemporary Newsroom
Charlotte A. T. Wulf, Stevenson University

Paper 5: Medievalism in Television's Popular Series Once Upon a Time
Mikee Delony, Abilene Christian University

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