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An evening with two lectures organized by the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program

Date: Time: 5:00 pm–6:30 pm
Andrews Hall Room: 228
Directions: This event is in the Dudley Bailey Library (228 Andrews Hall). Andrews Hall is located directly behind Morrill Hall.
Additional Info: ANDR
Contact: Andrea Nichols, unl.medrenstudies@gmail.com
Dr. Liam Purdon from the Department of English at Doane College will speak about “Chaucer’s Hogge and Troubles from the Lower Orders.” Dr. Purdon’s paper will deal with the wrongheadedness, recklessness, and incognizance of Hogge, Perkyn, and Perkyn’s master. The paper will lead to some remarks about health matters and the defamation Hogge has suffered at the hands of medievalists for the last century.

Andrea Nichols, a PhD candidate in the UNL Department of History will speak on “Scribbles and Bits: Reader Marginalia on Queens in English Histories.” Her talk will look at the reader marginalia noting queens such as Queen Isabelle (1295-1358), wife of King Edward II and sometimes called the “She-wolf of France;” Queen Emma of Normandy (958-1052), wife of Ethelred the Unready and Cnut, and mother to King Edward the Confessor; Queen Mary I (1516-1558), daughter of King Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon; and Mary’s younger sister, Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) in early modern printed English histories.


The Dudley Bailey Library (Rm 228) is upstairs in Andrews Hall, which is located right behind Morrill Hall. This interactive map shows you where Andrews Hall is located on campus http://maps.unl.edu/

The closest campus visitor parking is metered parking along “R” St. in front of UNL Love Library and the City Campus Union. There is also a small lot of metered visitor parking behind the Wendy’s, as seen at #1 and highlighted in pink on this map http://parking.unl.edu/maps/VisitorGuestParkingCityCampus.pdf
The Larson Building Parking Garage (situated above Chipotle Mexican Grill, Panda Express, Firehouse Subs, and Mutual of Omaha Bank) is the closest public parking garage, with the entrance off Q street (between 13th and 14th streets), right before reaching Chipotle Mexican Grill. First hour is free, and each hour after is $1 http://parkandgo.org/find-parking/interactive-map/

Additional Public Info:
Visitor parking is available in the metered parking on R Street or in one of the downtown parking decks.

http://www.unl.edu/medren/

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