Katherine Terrell

Margaret Bundy Scott Humanities Professor of Literature Katherine H. Terrell presented a paper titled “‘Misogynist Chaucer’ or ‘all womanis frend’? Reevaluating Bannatyne’s Chaucer” at the 17th International Conference of Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Language and Literature, held at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in July.

The paper examined the presentation of Chaucer in the 16th c. Bannatyne Manuscript, which is instrumental in preserving medieval and Early Modern Scottish poetry.

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