Aberystwyth 2014

‘From Glass Case to Cyber-space: Chaucerian Manuscripts Across Time’,
‘Syrffio’r silff: hynt a helynt llawysgrifau Chaucer’, at the National Library of Wales/Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru
14-16 April 2014

Papers:
Sheri Smith, PhD candidate, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University, ‘The Britoun Book: an answer to the prayer of an exile in The Man of Law’s Tale’
Elisa G. Pastorello, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Padua, ‘Rhyme royal and the reception of Chaucer in the fifteenth century’
Sarah Gorman, MA student, School of English, Bangor University, ‘A reconsideration of Chaucer’s The House of Fame’
Dr Estelle Stubbs, Sheffield University, ‘The Canterbury Tales: a half-assembled kit with no directions (Derek Pearsall), an exploration of Chaucer’s half-assembled kit in the light of new contexts for the earliest manuscripts’
Dr Roberta Magnani, University of Swansea, ‘The queer margins of Chaucer’s manuscripts’
Professor Helen Fulton, York University, ‘English prophecy in Welsh manuscripts: authors and anthologies’
Holly James-Maddocks, Doctoral Researcher, York University, ‘The illuminator of Chaucer’s Romaunt of the Rose (Glasgow University, Hunter MS 409) and the context of its production’
Professor Helen Philips, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University, ‘Chaucer’s unstable Wife of Bath in the manuscripts’
Dr Liv Robinson, Brasenose College, University of Oxford, ‘Defining the Chaucerian manuscript’
Dr Ceridwen-Lloyd Morgan, ‘Reading Chaucer in early modern Wales’
Dr Orietta Da Rold, St John’s College, Cambridge University, ‘Editing the material text: an electronic multitext edition’
Professor Peter Robinson and Dr Barbara Bordalejo, University of Saskatchewan, ‘Taking the manuscripts of the tales outside the academy’
Dr Malte Urban, Queen’s University Belfast, ‘Crossing the divide: bringing Gower into the 21st century’
Professor Dafydd Johnston, Dr Ann Parry Owen and Dr David Parsons, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies / Canolfan Uwchefrydiau Cymreig a Cheltaidd Prifysgol Cymru, ‘Electronic editions of medieval Welsh literature’
Emily Buffey, Doctoral Researcher in English Literature, The University of Birmingham, Barnabe Googe’s Chaucer: poetry, prophecy and ‘Pope Holye”
Dr Sue Niebrzydowski, School of English, Bangor University, ‘”Ye know eek that in forme of speche is change withinne a thousand yeer’:  Chaucer, Henryson and the Welsh Troelus a Chresyd
Kieran Homer, MA, The Chaucer Project (2012-13), ‘Experience though noon auctoritee/ Were in this world, is right ynough for me”: Chaucer and the influence of A level exam boards’
Becki Moss, MA student, The Chaucer Project (2013-14), Bangor University, ‘The use of the digitalized images of Chaucer’s manuscripts as a teaching technique for the modern multi-media classroom’
Professor Andrew Prescott, ‘Manuscript digitisation: some retrospective thoughts’