The Round Table

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The Round Table


Hanks, D. Thomas, Jr., Arthuriana


NEWS

from the North American Branch

NAB Officers 2003-2006 (for full addresses see Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society [BBIAS])

President: Susann Samples (Mount St. Mary's College)

Immediate Past President: Alan Lupack (U of Rochester)

Vice-President: William W. Kibler (U of Texas)

Secretary-Treasurer: Logan E. Whalen (U of Oklahoma)

Bibliographer: Dan Nastali (Independent Scholar)

Advisory Committee:

Romance Languages: Peggy McCracken (U of Michigan)

English: Kathleen Kelly (Northeastern U )

Germanic: David Johnson (Florida State U)

Canada: James Noble (U of New Brunswick)

Post Medieval: Charlotte A.T. WuIf (Villa Julie College)

Bonnie Wheeler, ARTHURIANA Editor (Southern Methodist U, ex officia)

IAS Officers 2005 (for full addresses see BBIAS or http://www.dur.ac.uk/ arthurian.society/)

President: Bart Besamusca (U of Utrecht)

Honorary President: Jane H. M. Taylor (St. Hilda's College, Oxford U)

Vice-President: Peter Field (U of Wales-Bangor)

Secretary: Maria Colombo Timelli (U of Milan)

Treasurer: Joan Grimbert (Catholic U of America)

BBIAS/BBSIA: Editor: Frank Brandsma (U of Utrecht)

Back Issues of BBIAS and ARTHURIANA: For back issues of BBIAS through v. 51/1999, contact Joan Grimbert, Dept. of Modern Languages, Catholic U, Washington, DC 20064 (grimbert@cua.edu); for v. 52-53/2000-2001, contact Jean Blacker, Kenyon C, Gambier, OH 43022-9623 (blacker@kenyon.edu). Back issues still available are v. 25-29 (1973-77) and 31-34 (1979-82), all for $10 each; v. 36-41 (1984-89), 43 (1991), and 45-51 (1993-99) are $18 each; v. 51-56 (2000-2005) are $20 each. All other volumes are out of print. For back issues of ARTHURIANA, contact ARTHURIANA, Box 750432, SMU, Dallas, TX 75275-0432 (bwheeler@mail.smu.edu).

Your BBIAS Abstracts:

Members are reminded that, for inclusion in the society's annual bibliography, they should send bibliographic entries and abstracts for articles or books published in 2004 to Daniel Nastali (nastali@aol.com).

Kalamazoo IAS Business Meeting. Friday, 6 May, 12 noon, Fetzer 1005

North American Branch Business Meeting with box lunches. Price to be announced.

1. Adoption of agenda

2. Minutes of 2004 business meeting

3. President's report

4. Secretary/Treasurer's report

5. Bibliographer's report

6. Report from the Editor of ARTHURIANA

7. Sessions for the 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, 2006

8. 21st International Arthurian Society Conference, Utrecht, July 24-31, 2005

9. New business

Reception: sponsored by IAS/NAB, Friday, 6 May, 5:15 p.m., Bernhard 107.

Various drinkables and hors-d'ceuvres.

21st International Arthurian Society Conference, Utrecht, 24-31 July 2005. For full information see http://www.let.uu.nl/alw/ARTHUR/Arthur2005English.htm

Kalamazoo 2005: Sessions sponsored by the North American Branch of the International Arthurian Society, Thursday, 5 May to Sunday, 8 May, 2005:

Session 102 (Thursday, 5 May, 1:30-3): Bernhard 209

Secrets and Surprises in Arthurian Literature

Sponsor: International Arthurian Society, North American Branch

Organizer: Felicia Ackerman, Brown Univ.

Presider: Felicia Ackerman

1. Secrets, Surprises, and Conversational Games in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Peter R. Schroeder, California State Univ.-San Bernardino

2. Green Turks and English Knights: Sir Gawain, the Green Knight, and the Islamic al-Khidr

Kenneth Hodges, Keene State College and Su Fang Ny, Univ. of Oklahoma

3. Didactic Surprises

Ann Elaine Bliss, Western Oregon Univ.

4. The Court as Spin Doctor: How Shame and secrets Are Interpreted by Arthurian Society

Meredith Reynolds, Baylor Univ. …

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