Yvette Kisor is Professor of Literature at Ramapo College of New Jersey where she teaches and researches medieval literature, particularly Old English texts, as well as the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
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Contact for these current CfPs
2021-09-1: International Congress on Medieval Studies 2022: Medieval Tolkien and the Nature of Middle-earth (A roundtable)
2021-09-1: International Congress on Medieval Studies 2022: J.R.R. Tolkien and Medieval poets: A session in memory of Richard C. West
2022-01-15: Tolkien at Kalamazoo Symposium 2022: Missing mothers: CfP: Tolkien at Kalamazoo, 2022
- 6 July 2022. Author, Chrononormativity and queer time: Crossing temporal borders in Tolkien’s Middle-earth. In IMC 2022 Session 1133
- 13 May 2022. organizer, № 360: Medieval Tolkien and the nature of Middle-earth: A roundtable, at ICMS 2022.
- 7 May 2022. Organizer, 2022: Missing mothers, at Tolkien at Kalamazoo Symposium
- 2 April 2022. Author, The forbidden pool as a Garden of Eden story in Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. In Tolkien in Vermont 2022: Session 1
- 8 July 2021. Moderator/chair, Tolkien and diversity: A roundtable discussion, at International Medieval Congress (2021).
- 13 May 2021. presider, № 266: Tolkien and Se Wyrm, at 56th International Congress on Medieval Studies.
- 11 May 2021. Author, Romance and Sexuality in Tolkien’s Lost Chaucer. In ICMS 2021 Session 145
- 8 May 2021. Organizer, 2021: In memory of Richard C. West, at Tolkien at Kalamazoo Symposium
- 6 April 2019. Author, The horror of the unnarrated: Implications for Tolkien’s reader. In Tolkien in Vermont 2019 keynote address
- 5 April 2019. Participant, Interview and Q&A with Yvette Kisor, at Tolkien in Vermont 2019.
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