Dartmouth Events

Comparative Literature Program Annual Zantop Lecture

Mary Carruthers, New York University

Tuesday, May 18, 2021
12:30pm – 1:45pm
Virtual Zoom
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Clubs & Organizations, Lectures & Seminars, Spiritual & Worship
Registration required.

Dante's Intent Geometer: 'alta fantasia', vision, and creation in medieval poetry

Her research interests lie in the psychological, socio-cultural, and textual
aspects of medieval rhetoric in the Latin traditions, in reading practices
deriving from monastic meditation and prayer, and in questions of literacy and
orality in various medieval literary cultures, clerical and courtly. Her
influence over the field of medieval studies can be measured by the large
number of books and conferences over the past decade devoted to 'memory' and
'commemoration'. Her work on verbal and non-verbal rhetoric (memory,
performance, invention) is considered seminal and widely cited by art
historians, musicologists, psychologists and even neuroscientists. Few
scholars have such a wide interdisciplinary influence.

Preregistration required
Please go to the following link to register.


Sponsored by the Comparative Literature Program


For more information, contact:
Carol Bean-Carmody

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.