Convergences is the York University and University of Toronto Graduate History Conference, and the theme for 2021 is “Confronting Crisis: Writing History in Uncertain Times.”
This fall I’ve begun my PhD in History at the University of Toronto, where I specialize in Medieval…
I will be presenting my paper, “Becoming Gendered: Two Medieval Approaches to Intersex Gender Assignment,” at the second annual Prandium Conference.
I will be presenting my paper, “Katherina Hetzeldorfer and the Consequences of a Woman Living as a Heterosexual Man in Fifteenth-Century Germany,” at the fourth annual Conference by the Association of Renaissance Studies.
I will be presenting my paper, “Becoming Gendered: Two Approaches to Intersex Sex Designation in the Middle Ages,” at the first annual Prandium Conference.
I will be speaking during Materials of Mass Production and Commodity on “The Materiality of Meret Oppenheim’s Surrealist Objects.”