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A chronicle of recent conferences, symposia, lectures, and the like of interest to those studying Tolkien and his works, set out by date.

14 May

14 May 2022 21:00 utc — view in local time

2022, № 418: Medievalism in Twentieth- and Twenty-First-century literary and cinematic adaptations of Beowulf

Lorraine Kochanske Stock, organizer; and Lorraine Kochanske Stock, presider

[From draft program.]

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14 May 2022 21:00 utc — view in local time

2022, № 421: New readings of The Lord of the Rings

Luke J. Chambers, presider

[From draft program.]

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14 May 2022 19:00 utc — view in local time

2022, № 394: C.S. Lewis and the Middle Ages I: Dante and the Lewis Circle (in honor of Marsha Daigle Williamson)

Joe Ricke, organizer; and Barbara L. Prescott, presider

[From draft program.]

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13 May

12 May

12 May 2022 23:00 utc — view in local time

2022, № 275: J.R.R. Tolkien and Medieval poets: A session in memory of Richard C. West

Christopher T. Vaccaro, organizer; and Jane Beal, presider

[From draft program.]

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12 May 2022 13:00 utc — view in local time

2022, № 226: Tolkien and the Medieval Animal

Kristine A. Swank, organizer; and Kristine A. Swank, presider

[From draft program.]

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10 May

10 May 2022 17:00 utc — view in local time

2022, № 121: Medieval understandings of the nature of evil as depicted by J.R.R. Tolkien

Michael Wodzak, organizer; and Michael Wodzak, presider

[From draft program.]

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9 May

19 April

19 April 2022 17:00 utc — view in local time

University of Maryland, Speaking of books with Peter Grybauskas: on A sense of tales untold: Exploring the edges of Tolkien’s literary canvas

Emily Deinert, moderator; and Suzy Wilson, moderator

Participants include Peter Grybauskas, Senior lecturer, English, University of Maryland.

… Join the University Libraries for a discussion with Senior Lecturer Peter Grybauskas on his new book A sense of tales untold: Exploring the edges of Tolkien’s literary canvas.…

On campus, Peter Grybauskas teaches primarily in the Department of English. Abroad, he leads short-term courses on Tolkien (winter-term in the UK) and on food (summer-term in Italy). His scholarship focuses on Tolkien, fantasy, and medievalism.

Before coming to UMD, he taught in Italy and collaborated with the Roman Association of Tolkien Studies.

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17 April

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