Norris J. Lacy

Edwin Erle Sparks Professor Emeritus of French and Medieval Studies
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802-6203

 


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NJL

Edwin Erle Sparks Professor Emeritus of French and Medieval Studies
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802-6203

 


erlin

·       Go to my primary home page ;

·       Go to my Arthurian and medieval page ;

·       Or send me a message via e-mail .

·       Office: 317 Burrowes Bldg.; phone 865-6062.

 

 


erlin

·       Go to my primary home page ;

·       Go to my Arthurian and medieval page ;

·       Or send me a message via e-mail .

·       Office: 317 Burrowes Bldg.; phone 865-6062.


COURSES

eaching

During Fall 2012, I offered a graduate seminar on "Quests and Tests in Arthurian Literature." Most readings were in French (Old or modern), with some texts available in translation.

 


Recent (and  not so  recent) courses:

The Arthurian Legend (Comparative Literature)

Medieval Romance

The Tristan Legend

Epic and Romance

Castle and Court in Medieval Literature and Culture

Old French

Paris in the Middle Ages

Medieval Comedy, Parody, and Irony

Chrétien de Troyes and His Contemporaries

Courtly and Uncourtly Love in the Middle Ages

Problems of Gender in Medieval French Literature

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