This Week's Food Truck is: The Shack Visit The Shack on Facebook @getyoursteakon Meet at Alumni Hall on Thursdays for fun, food and friendship. We will feature a different food truck each week. Follow us on Facebook @UVaWiseAlumni for more information. All food trucks gladly accept cash or credit.
Session I: Middle English Poetry and Song Sten Maulsby, Independent Scholar The Sequence in the Medieval English Song Tradition” Macklin Cowart, University of North Georgia “From Greenwood to Town (and back again) in the Robin Hood Ballads” To receive cultural activity credit, students must attend the entire session and sign in and out with their ID.
Sten Maulsby, "Sequence, Lei, and Dance" Selections, UVa-Wise Madrigal Group, directed by Hannah Ryan This event is approved for cultural activity credit.
Click on the links below to see the day's schedule of presentations. To receive cultural activity credit, students must attend an entire session and sign in and out with their College ID. Friday schedule Chapel Friday schedule Rhododendron
Brown University professor Elizabeth J. Bryan will give the keynote address at the thirty-first Medieval-Renaissance Conference. The event is open to the public and approved for cultural activity credit.
Women's Volleyball vs Glenville State College Wise, VA For more information visit the UVa-Wise Athletics site or view the complete athletics calendar.
To receive cultural activity credit, students must attend an entire session and sign in and out with their College ID. 9-10:20 a.m. Session VII: The Arthurian Tradition: Layamon and Malory Jacqueline M. Burek, George Mason University “The Poetry of History in Layamon’s Brut” Kenneth Tiller, University of Virginia-Wise “Prophecy and the Hermeneutics of Translation in Layamon’s Brut” Louis J. Boyle, Carlow University “Malory and His Readers: Partners in Gossip” 10:30-12:10 Session VIII: Early Modern Drama in Context Christopher…