>Thanks!

>Thanks to everyone for all the suggestions and encouragement in the posts below about my Chaucer class and my medieval lit. survey course. You’ve definitely convinced me that doing adaptations of Chaucer in a Chaucer course isn’t crazy, and you’ve given me lots of ideas for the medieval lit. class. After this year, I won’t be teaching either again for three years, since next year I have the Old and Middle English linguistics classes, the research methods class for the grad students, and a special topics honors seminar on the subject of my book, and then the year after that I hope to be on sabbatical for the whole year. But that just gives me plenty of time to plan for big changes.

Anyway, I suspect things are going to be a little quiet around here for awhile because of various end of the semester madness. But I’ll see y’all at your blogs. And hey, who’s going to be at MLA? Medieval Womanis organizing a get-together.

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