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Thursday, 5:15–6:30 p.m., 309, JW Marriott

Germanic Philology and Linguistics

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Program arranged by the forum LSL Germanic Philology and Linguistics. Presiding: Tina Boyer, Wake Forest Univ.

1. “Affective Affinities: Oblique Subjects in Old and Middle High German,” Stephen Mark Carey, Univ. of Minnesota, Morris

2. “On the Typology of Object Preposing: West Germanic and Beyond,” Thomas F. Shannon, Univ. of California, Berkeley

3. “Lady of the Temple, Prophetess, and Ruler: The Representation of Anna in the Old Saxon Héliand,” Heiko Wiggers, Wake Forest Univ.

4. “The Many ‘I’s’ of Hadewijch: The Self-Referential Poetry of Spiritual Existence in the Strophische Gedichte,” Adrienne Damiani, Univ. of California, Berkeley

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