Posts Tagged ‘Mark Sherman’

2016 Sabbatical Presentations: Week Two

  Full Schedule: DAY DATE TIME (PM) PRESENTER LOCATION Wednesday March 2, 2016 12:30 – 1:00 Kevin Zucker (PAINT) Illustration Studies Building Gallery Thursday March 3, 2016 12:00 – 12:30 Nicholas Jainschigg (ILLUS) Illustration Studies Building Gallery 12:30 – 1:00 Susan Doyle (ILLUS) Illustration Studies Building Gallery Wednesday March 9, 2016 12:00 – 12:30 Chris […]

Sherman in the 16th century

  With the assistance of the Academic Affairs Conference Fund, Mark Sherman (Professor, Literary Arts and Studies) traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia to attend the annual Sixteenth-Century Society Conference held at the Sheraton/Wall Conference Center, where he presented a paper on his sabbatical-year’s work on Edmund Spenser and Giordano Bruno.  The essay, titled The Ethics of Infinity: […]

“Chaucer and Spenser” with Sherman

In July Mark Sherman (Professor, Literary Arts and Studies) will present at the University of Bristol, U.K., conference “Dan Geffrey with the Prince of Poets: Reading and Rereading Chaucer and Spenser.” The paper, “Political Theology and Romance Topography: What Spenser Really Did to the Franklin’s Tale,” argues that the specific way in which Chaucer’s poetics […]

Brinkerhoff, Sherman, and Dante Abandon All Hope

During the Spring 2012 semester Mark Sherman (Professor, English) and Robert Brinkerhoff (Professor, Illustration) have been working with 15 students in a combined English seminar and Illustration studio class “Illustrating Dante’s Comedy”. Dante Alighieri’s great poem was considered in its entirety by the class and the students were simultaneously engaged in both writing and studio […]