In the spirit of fostering interdepartmental collaboration and promoting the scholarship of Baylor’s graduate students, the Medieval-Renaissance Research Seminar has found three scholars who are willing to share their research at our final symposium of the semester:
1. The English department’s Laura A. Clark will present “Fate, Free Will, and Narrative Structure in Thomas Malory’s Morte d’Arthur.”
2. The English department’s Christina Iluzada will bring us “A Puritan Woman’s Response to Atomism: Order and Disorder as a Refutation of De rerum natura.”
3. The History department’s Taylor Mazzola will offer “The Evolution of a Thesis: Digitizing Manuscripts and Developing Research Questions.”
This symposium will take place in Jones 200 (on the second floor of the Jones Library) at 4 p.m. on Friday, April 12th. It will last for approximately one hour. Attendance is free and open to all who are interested.