English Faculty, Oxford University, 27 July 2004
The second of the annual symposia was held in Oxford on 27 July and focused on the metres of Boethius's De Consolatione Philsophiae.
The following papers were given:
Dan Donoghue, Harvard University: 'The enlightened innocence of Franciscus Junius encounters The Meters of Boethius'
Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, University of Notre Dame: 'Ventriloquizing the King'
Emily Thornbury, Churchill College, Cambridge University: 'Hearing the metrical archaisms in Alfred's Meters'
Mark Griffith, New College and Faculty of English, Oxford University: 'Verses quite like "cwen to gebeddan" in The Metres of Boethius'
Joe Wittig, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 'What early glosses on 3 m ix suggest about the "Remigian Commentary" on Consolatio Philosophiae'
Kevin Kiernan, University of Kentucky: 'The Electronic Boethius Project'
Rohini Jayatilaka, Oxford University: 'Latin Commentaries on Boethius's De Consolatio Philosophiae: problems of transcribing and collating'
Paolo Vaciago, Università degli Studi Roma Tre: 'Latin Commentaries on Boethius's De Consolatio Philosophiae: the manuscripts of the "St Gall" tradition'
Susan Irvine, University College London: 'Editing the Cotton text'
Mark Griffith, Oxford University: 'Editing the metres'
Malcolm Godden, Oxford University: 'Editing the Bodley text; Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, lat. 3363; and the influence of Latin commentary on the Old English Boethius'
Aaron Kleist, Biola University, California: 'The use of Boethius in Anglo-Saxon England by Alfred, Aelfric and Lantfred'
The programme concluded with a general discussion.
Other participants were:
- Nicole Discenza, University of South Florida
- Alexandra Domingue, Leeds University
- Pierre-Eric Monnin, University of Bern, Switzerland
- Adrian Papahagi, Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
- Malcolm Parkes, Oxford University
- Marina Passalacqua, Università degli Studi Roma Uno
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