This course was taught in Spring 2003 to undergraduates, and scheduled
accordingly. The graduate-level work is above and beyond my expectations
model for this course is a series of Old English courses taught through
the Chicago Consortium of Universities. The Consortium organized an annual
Old English course at the Newberry Library on "Bughouse" Square
in downtown Chicago. The classes are still taught by faculty from throughout
the city, and both undergraduates and graduates can take part.
E 502: OLD ENGLISH
Old English Grammar
downloading the font? Get Wessex for Windows or Mac. Then put them
in the font directory (that's in the system folder for macs; in
the windows directory for windoze).
(UVa) will be part of your exercises.
help from Calgary.
meet MWF 10:10 am - 11:00pm in Bartlett Hall.
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W 8 Sept.
F 10 Sept.
Please ensure you have
the books for class.
make sure you have Liuzza, Old English. Any assignments
specific to graduate students will be listed, as here, below
the day's general work.