Friday, April 18, 2014

Medieval Studies on Screen at NeMLA 2014

3-6 APRIL 2014

Saturday Morning Sessions

12.02 ‘All the world’s a stage’: Shakespeare around the Globe (Roundtable)
Chair: John Cameron, Saint Mary’s University

Paper 4 of 5: “Lost (and Found) in Translation: Kozintsev’s Hamlet and King Lear”
Joshua Cohen, Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Saturday Afternoon Sessions (Convention 2014)

13.20 Divine Adaptations: New Perspectives on Dante’s Influence in Popular Culture
Chair: Carmelo Galati, Temple University

Paper 2 of 4: “Digitalizing The Divine Comedy: Dante and the Digital Humanities”
Diane Biunno, Villanova University
Paper 3 of 4: “The Middle Ages in the Depths of Hell: Pedagogical Possibility in Dante’s ‘Inferno’ Video Game”
Angela Jane Weisl, Seton Hall University
Kevin J. Stevens, Fordham University
Paper 4 of 4: “Dante the Vampire Slayer: The Divine Comedy in American Televisual Culture”
Carmelo Galati, Temple University

15.07 Monstrous Maternity II: Monsters as Mothers
Chair: Alexandra Lykissas, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Paper 4 of 4: “‘You’re a beast!’: The ‘Good Mother’ as Monster in Disney/Pixar’s Brave”
Jeanna Kadlec, Brandeis University

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