49th International Congress on Medieval Studies
May 8-11, 2014
The International Boethius Society sponsored a great session at the 2014 International Congress--excellent papers from devoted scholars:
Boethius and the Liberal Arts
Sponsor: International Boethius Society
Organizer: Philip Edward Phillips, Middle Tennessee State University
Session Chair: Anthony Cirilla, Saint Louis University
1. "A 6th-Century Portrait of Boethius in Ravenna" (View Video)
Ruth Dwyer, Independent Scholar
2. "Imagining the University: Boethian translatio studii in De disciplina scolarium"
Brooke Hunter, Villanova University
3. "Boethius in the Medieval Classroom: Knowledge Transfer and Nominal Compounds in Notker's German Adaptations of Boethius's Writings"
Nicolaus Janos Raag, Uppsala University, Sweden
Respondent: Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr., Troy University
Anthony, Brooke, Nicolaus, Ruth, and Harold after the session.
Brooke and Nicolaus during the Q&A.
Harold responding to the panel.