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The Humanities Conference 2003

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Literature, Art, and Music in the Age of Chaucer: An Interdisciplinary Online Course in the Humanities

Sylvia P. Rogers Ph.D..


Literature, Art, and Music in the Age of Chaucer is a demonstration of an interdisciplinary and fully online course that will be in progress at the time of the conference. Writers, artists, and composers presented in the course include Dante, Chaucer, Langland, the Gawain-poet, Malory, Giotto, Van Eych, and Machaut, among others. The presentation will address issues of pedagogy in an online environment and consider how an interdisciplinary approach to the period can serve to bridge differences of distance and time.

Presenters

Sylvia P. Rogers Ph.D.  (United States)
Professor of English Literature
School of Humanities
Notre Dame de Namur University

Prof. Rogers' educational background includes a B.S. from Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida; an M.A. from Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts; and a Ph.D. from Stanford University, Stanford California. Her speciality is Medieval English Literature, but she also teaches courses in Women's Literature, and the Theory of Narrative. Curretly, she directs the Master of Arts in Literature program and NDNU. Her presentation topic is based on her sabbatical leave project, completed January 2003.

Keywords
  • Art
  • Literature
  • Music
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Online
  • Pedagogy
Person as Subject
  • Alighieri, Dante Chaucer, Geoffrey Langland, William Malory, Thomas Wakefield Master Gawain-poet Guilliaume de Machaut Giotto



(30 min Conference Paper, English)