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Article Title

Introduction

Document Type

Forum Theme 1

Abstract

In the spring semester of 2007, I offered a graduate seminar investigating the "The Arthurian Legend in English Literature and Culture" at the University of Northern Iowa. In order to extend the scope of the class beyond the area of English studies and to provide participants with a chance to showcase their scholarship to a wider audience than themselves and their instructor, I organized a conference, entitled "Culture and the Medieval King," which invited contributions from graduate students and advanced undergraduate students to present papers on all cultural manifestations of King Arthur and Arthuriana in the Middle Ages as well as in postmedieval times. The cluster of essays in this Forum section makes available Dr. Kay Harris's fascinating plenary speech as well as four excellent student contributions.

Publication Date

Spring 2008

Journal Title

UNIversitas

Volume

4

Issue

1

First Page

1

Last Page

1

Copyright

©2008 Richard Utz

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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