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Uterque Lingua: Ælfric of Eynsham and the First English Grammar

Posted on 2017-09-14 in Events
Sep 21, 2017



Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Colloquium Series

Uterque Lingua: Ælfric of Eynsham and the First English Grammar

Kendall Bitner, CMRS Interdisciplinary MA

In Ælfric's Grammar, Latin, the language of learning, is for the first time taught as a foreign language, giving late Anglo-Saxon England the key to unlocking the understanding of books.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

St Thomas More College, Room 200

Reception at 4:00 pm

Talk at 4:30 pm

For more information contact Yin Liu, yin.liu@usask.ca.

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