Programme

General programme

ThursdayFridaySaturday
8.00RegistrationRegistration
8.30PapersPapers
9:30Papers
10.30Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
11.00Plenary lecturePlenary lecturePlenary lecture
12.00PapersPapersPapers
14.00LunchLunchLunch
14.30Plenary lecturePlenary lecturePapers
15.30PapersPapersPapers
16.30TripBusiness meeting
Postgraduate session
20.30Tapas dinnerConference dinner

 

PROGRAMA / PROGRAMME

 

Jueves 30 septiembre / Thursday 30th September


8:00RECOGIDA DE LA DOCUMENTACIÓN / REGISTRATION
8:30 - 10:30COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
Sala de Grados, chaired by Andrés Canga
8:30Carmen Novo Urraca: Adjectival paradigms in Old English: Quantitative results.
9:00Raquel Vea Escarza: Recursivity in Old English affixal adjectives.
9:30Raquel Mateo Mendaza: The Old English adjectival suffixes –cund and –isc. Textual occurrences and productivity.
10:00Luisa Fidalgo Allo: Lost Old English adjectives: Morphological and semantic analysis.
10:30PAUSA CAFÉ / COFFEE BREAK
11:00SESION INAUGURAL / OPENING SESSION
CONFERENCIA PLENARIA / PLENARY LECTURE
Vincent Gillespie (Oxford): On allegory, allegoresis and the erotics of Reading.
(Salón de Actos, chaired by Juan Camilo Conde Silvestre)
12:00 - 14:00COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
12:00Andrés Canga Alonso: Teaching content through a foreign language in medieval times and the 21st century. A comparison.
12:30Carolina Taboada: A Study of Symbols in Sir Gawain and The Green Knight: Applications for a writing workshop for self-knowledge.
13:00José María Gutiérrez Arranz: From O qui perpetua to Allas! I wepynge. A long journey into Boethius’ intimations with Philosophy.
13:30Alejandro Alcaraz Sintes: A textual analysis of two Middle English medical treatises: Hunter MS 503 and Hunter MS 513
14:00ALMUERZO / LUNCH
14:30CONFERENCIA PLENARIA / PLENARY LECTURE
Susan Fitzmaurice (University of Sheffield): Standard Englishes and the problem of historicity.
(Salón de Actos, chaired by Javier Calle)
15:30 - 16:30COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
Sala de Grados, chaired by Trinidad Gúzman
15:30Roberto Torre Alonso: The role of suffixation in the development of the Old English noun system.
16:00Gema Maíz Villalta: The Old English verbal suffix -ettan: dictionary frequency vs. corpus productivity.
16:30EXCURSIÓN / TRIP (Dinastía Vivanco)
20:30CENA DE TAPAS / TAPAS DINNER

 

 

Viernes 1 octubre / Friday 1st October


8:00RECOGIDA DE LA DOCUMENTACIÓN / REGISTRATION
SESIONES PARALELAS / PARALLEL SESSIONS
8:30 - 10:30COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
(Salón de Actos, chaired by Inmaculada Medina)
8:30Javier Calle Martín: On the decline of unsupported ne in Late Middle English.
9:00Marcelle Cole: An investigation into –s/-th variation in the glosses to the Lindisfarne Gospels.
9:30Dolores González-Álvarez: From betere me were ded to yet haid I rather dye: On the emergente of comparative modals.
10:00Luisa García García: Old English jan-causatives: Between grammar and lexicon.
(Seminario 2, chaired by Mercedes Salvador)
8:30Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso: Beowulf’s “ond lofgeornost (3182b)" once again: Translatorial, editorial, or poetic crux?.
9:00Laura Torrado Mariñas: Syncretism at stake Judith or how to make paganismo acceptable.
9:30Jordi Sánchez-Martí: Reassessing Adam Pynkhurt’s “Necglygence and Rape”.
10:00Rebeca Gualberto Valverde: “Wit ye well, Sit Launcelot, my good days are done”: Elaine of Astolat’s tragic self-awareness and the downfall of Camelot.
10:30PAUSA CAFÉ / COFFEE BREAK
11:00CONFERENCIA PLENARIA / PLENARY LECTURE
Christian Kay (University of Glasgow): Some interesting sounds in the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary..
(Salón de Actos, chaired by Luisa García)
SESIONES PARALELAS / PARALLEL SESSIONS
12:00 - 14:00COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
(Sala de Grados, chaired by Mª Pilar Agustín)
12:00Francisco José Álvarez López: Marginal scribes, practical teachers: a case study on the use of Cotton Faustina A.x.
12:30Laura Esteban Segura: Scribal errors and corrections in two versions of the Middle English Gilbertus Anglicus.
13:00Nila Vázquez: Scribal amendments in early copies of the Canterbury Tales.
13:30Carlos Molina Valero: Out of this world: surviving elements from the Indo-European tradition in Old English landscapes of Hell
SESIÓN PARALELA DE METODOLOGÍA DE ENSEÑANZA DE LA LENGUA Y LA LITERATURA INGLESA / PARALLEL SESSION ON THE TEACHING OF MEDIAEVAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Seminario 2
12:00 - 14:00Coordinador / Chairperson Alejandro Alcaraz Sintes
PARTICIPANTES / SPEAKERS
Ana Sáez Hidalgo: A proposal for teaching History of the English language with Moodle in the new frame of European Higher Education.
Antonio R. León Sendra & Lucía García Magaldi: New methods for teaching Medieval English Language and Literature in Spanish universities.
Pilar Sánchez García, María F. García-Bermejo Giner, & Javier Ruano García: Teaching English sounds in diachronic perspective. Methods and practice at the University of Salamanca.
Rodrigo Pérez Lorido: Electronic tutorials in the History of the English Language class. A quantitative study.
Isabel de la Cruz Cabanillas: Virtual learning environments for the teaching of History of the English Language.
14:00ALMUERZO / LUNCH
14:30CONFERENCIA PLENARIA / PLENARY LECTURE
Francisco Cortés Rodríguez (Universidad de La Laguna): Foundations for the elaboration of a lexical-constructional database of Old English verbs.
(Salón de Actos, chaired by Isabel de la Cruz)
SESIONES PARALELAS / PARALLEL SESSIONS
15:30 - 16:30COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
Sala de Grados, chaired by Carolina Taboada
15:30Julia Fernández Cuesta: The Northern subject rule in 1sg contexts. Evidence from Middle English and Early Modern English.
16:00Elżbieta Adamczyk: How (un)progressive was the Anglian dialect? Evidence from the Northumbrian and Mercian nominal inflection.
Seminario 2, chaired by Roberto Torre)
15:30Melania E. Sánchez Reed & Antonio Miranda García: Devising a semiautomatic part-of-speech tagging system for Middle English corpora: Overcoming the challenges.
16:30ASAMBLEA / BUSINESS MEETING
20:30CENA CONGRESO / CONFERENCE DINNER

 

 

Sábado 2 octubre / Saturday 2nd October


SESIONES PARALELAS / PARALLEL SESSIONS
9:30 - 10:30COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
Sala de Grados, chaired by Juan Manuel Molina
9:30Juan Manuel Castro Carracedo: A perliminary categorization of prophecies in Middle English romances. The case of Malory’s Le Morte Darthur.
10:00Rafael Juan Pascual Hernández: Two Paþes to Mydel-erde: Philological notes on J. R. R. Tolkien’s Legendarium.
Seminario 2, chaired by Victoria Martín
9:30Teresa Marqués Aguado: A sample study of the medical recipes in the Antidotary (G.U.L. MS Hunter 513, ff. 37v – 96v).
10:00Mª Carmen Guarddon Anelo: Linguistic and cultural factors in the loss of gender in Medieval English.
10:30PAUSA CAFÉ / COFFEE BREAK
11:00CONFERENCIA PLENARIA / PLENARY LECTURE
Dieter Kastovsky (Vienna): Old English word-formation and loan translations.
(Salón de Actos, chaired by Javier Martín Arista)
SESIONES PARALELAS / PARALLEL SESSIONS
12:00 - 14:00COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
Sala de Grados, chaired by Elisa González
12:00Juan Gabriel Vázquez González: BODY in Old English: a Natural Semantic Metalanguage investigation.
12:30Lvubov Zholudeva: Li Livres de Confort de Philosophie by Jean de Meun and Boece by Geoffrey Chaucer: Some aspects of French influence on Middle English.
13:00R. F. Yeager: Spanish literary influence in England: Pedro Alonso and John Gower
13:30Mª Ángeles Ruiz Moneva: An analysis of the conveyance of the thematic structure in the translation From old into Present-Day English.
Seminario 2, chaired by Laura Pesquera
12:00Ayumi Miura: Middle English verbs of fear and anger. Parallel histories of their hitherto neglected impersonal usage.
12:30Santiago Bautista Martín: The personal/private and the universal/public in T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets: when the fire and the rose are one.
13:00Nils-Lennart Johannesson: Reconstructing (parts of) Orm’s gospel text xxxii.
13:30Antonio R. León Sendra & Lucía García Magaldi: Why to write a Chaucer biography in Spanish?
14:00ALMUERZO / LUNCH
SESIONES PARALELAS / PARALLEL SESSIONS
14:30 - 15:30COMUNICACIONES / PAPERS
Sala de Grados, chaired by Mª Carmen Guarddon
14:30Miguel Lacalle: Old English suffixed nouns in Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology.
15:00Andrew Breeze: Celtic symptoms in Henryson and Dunbar.
Seminario 2, chaired by Roberto Torre
14:30Ewa Ciszek: The loss of the OE suffix –cund in Early Middle English.
14:30Vicente Chacón Carmona: Rough and Holy Styles in English Medieval Nativity Plays