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  • ResurrectingMen In Tights:

    Chaucer *Milton Shakespeare* Spenser

    Dead White Guys for Modern Times

    Politics, Religion, Censorship, & SexLearn why literature's

    greatest minds still matter.

    Friday, April 5, 2013

    University CenterUNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-FLINT

  • Resurrecting Men in Tights

    9:00-9:15 Welcome, Michigan Rooms B

    9:15-10:00 Panel 1, Michigan Rooms BCreative ArtistsRe-inventing Works

    Natalie Broda: Ode to Great Writers!Sarah Evangelista: poem on Red Crosse KnightCandace Lester: painting of AmbitionAndrea Edwards: sketches of the deadly sins / paintingKatie Brokaw: King Lear paintingNadia Alamah: fiction: Britomart as a Muslim girl

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    9:15-9:55 Panel 2, Michigan Room CLearning from Experience / Red Crosse Knight & the Reader

    Stephanie Ruddock: Monster Error and all the baby errorsSarah Kenney: Red Crosse's Biggest Enemy: Despaire & ReflectionMary Robinson: The Reader's journey & what She Learns

    Schedule

  • 10:00-11:00 Panel 3, Michigan Room BTaking Off the TightsSex in the Fairie Queene

    -Sam Wells Red Crosse's issues-Connor Tinnin Sex & Monsters-Nadia AlamahSlut Shaming

    10:00-11:00 Panel 4, Michigan Room CPersonal v. Political: The Real Effects of Reading

    Lauren Florida: Spenser's FQ allegorieswhat purpose?Andrea Edwards: Colin's love story & Spenser's Political ComplaintBob Gidcumb: I see all my past mistakes: Am I reading wrong?Candace Lester: Confronting Cultural Constructs with Milton's Lycidas

    10:00-11:00 Panel 5, KIVA Women in Shakespeare: How Real?

    Teresa Lindhurst: Shakespeare as a proto-feministRebecca Blakeney: Kate Untamed but EqualAmy Hartwig: A Shrew by any other Name Michal Kirkwood: Women and ShakespeareSchuyler Ferguson Did She Say Yes?

    Schedule

  • 11:00-12:00 Panel 6, Michigan Room BAreopaWhat? Why every American Must Read Areopagitica!

    Sarah KenneyConnor TinninJohn HeronNatalie BrodaNadia Alamah

    11:00-12:00 Panel 7, Michigan Room CShakespeare: Wrestling with Shakespeare / Beyond the Text

    Zach Anderson: Brother Arts: Shakespeare and Professional WrestlingMichal Kirkwood: Shakespeare's Revolutionary ArtAmy Hartwig: Wrestling with Characters / Good-bye StereotypesAmanda Honold: Ax & Fire: The Merchant of Venice and Organized Religion

    12:00 LUNCH in the KIVA

    Schedule

  • 12:30-1:30 SHAKESPEARE ROAST in the KIVA *Please note: the Roast may contain adult language

    1:30-EVENT END: Panel 8, in the KIVAChaucer Recitations

    - Shannon Huffman reading from the Old English elegiac poem The Seafarer.- Tiffini Hurley (The Miller's Tale or The Wife of Bath's Prologue.)- Jonathon opening lines of Chaucer's General Prologue.

    Reading and discussing favorite passages- JoAnn Zak- Susanna Bird-Jennifer Onufry-Stephanie Ruddock-Ellen Smith-Bob Gidcumb-Audrey Ditri

    Wrap-Up / Closing Statements

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