Centre for Medieval Literature (CML) is a Centre of Excellence founded in 2012 and funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. The CML seeks to establish a cross-disciplinary theoretical framework for the study of medieval literature on a European scale.
The Centre is located at the University of Southern Denmark (Odense) and at the University of York and is run by prof. Lars Boje Mortensen (Centre leader, SDU), prof. Elizabeth Tyler (York), and professor MSO Christian Høgel (SDU). The CML furthermore consists of participants from York and Odense and of a wider group of European and North American scholars.
For an overview of what the CML does, see also this Prezi from February 2016.Tweets by @CentreMdvLit
News, July 2016
Calls for Papers
1) Interfaces is still accepting papers for an issue on Rediscovery & Canonization: The Roman Classics in the Middle Ages.
2) The CML and the Canadian Society of Medievalists are co-sponsoring two sessions at the Kalamazoo IMC 2017, on "Reconsidering the Boundaries of Late-Medieval Political Literature." The CFP is here.
Theorizing Medieval European Literatures
Thanks to all participants at the CML's recent conference on Theorizing Medieval European Literatures in York!
Conference papers this month
CML members Thomas Pettit, Elizabeth Tyler, Venetia Bridges, Steffen Hope, Tim Rowbotham, and Christian Etheridge all gave papers at the Leeds IMC this month, while Christian Etheridge will also present at the Sixth International Conference on the Science of Computus in the Middle Ages (University of Galway). Shazia Jagot and Venetia Bridges will also be giving papers at the New Chaucer Society in London.