This week, the Troy University Department of English is proud to present the Language and Literature Undergraduate Symposium: "King Arthur in Popular Culture and Medieval Literature."
- “The Magician: The Journey of Merlin from his Childhood in The Lost Years of Merlin to his Mature Character in The Once and Future King”
- “King Arthur for the Millennial Audience: Faith in Antonio Fuqua and Chretien de Troyes”
- “Reversing the Polarity: Arthurian Science and Politics in Doctor Who”
- “‘She Looked Down to Camelot’: The Lady of Shallot, Elaine of Ascolat, and Lorena McKennitt”
- “Tristan and Isolde: From the Nineteenth Century through the Twenty-First Century”
Chair: Erin Murray
The symposium will be held Wednesday, 1 April 2009 at 3:30 p.m. in the Claudia Crosby Theater. It is free and open to the public.