Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Getting the Medieval Studies We Want: BABEL's Two Cents


It was an honor to be part of the panel at Kalamazoo organized by Jeffrey and GWU's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute, "Getting the Medieval Studies You Want: Institutional Perspectives," and Lowell Duckert, a graduate student at GWU, has offered a lovely reflection here, and I now offer, for anyone who wants it, my remarks on the panel:

"Post-Institutional Assemblages and the Desiring-Machines of BABEL"

And if it's pleasure you're after, we're still talking about that, too, here and here.

And speaking of pleasure, why don't you join the BABEL Working Group?

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