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Afternoons in Special Collections & Archives

Afternoons in Special Collections & Archives

Afternoons in Special Collections & Archives

WEDNESDAY, March 14, 2012, 3:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

4th Floor Rivera Library

Welsh Mythology, Cosmopolitanism, and Book Publishing
Co-Sponsored by the Mellon Workshop on Medieval Cultures

Kristin Noone will be discussing her new book, Welsh Mythology and Folklore in Popular Culture

Kristin Noone is currently a Ph.D. candidate at UC Riverside, where she is writing her dissertation on the medievalism of popular fantasy literature. She has published articles on Shakespeare, Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels, Joss Whedon's Dollhouse, Neil Gaiman's adaptations of Beowulf, as well as book reviews for Science Fiction Studies. Her forthcoming projects include an essay on Robin Hood in early twentieth-century fantasy (in Outlawed Spaces: Constructing and Reconstructing the Medieval, ed. Lesley A. Coote) and, with Jennifer Kavetsky, an essay on echoes of Sir Thomas Malory in World of Warcraft (All Your History Are Belong To Us: The Middle Ages, Medievalism and Digital Gaming, ed. Dan Kline).



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