Sewanee english professor Bill Engel will speak on "The Development of a Protestant Memory Art" at St. Paul University in Ottawa, Canada, at the International Luther Symposium entitled, "From the Reformation to Globalization," and also deliver a campus-wide lecture on "The Canterbury Tales as a Danse Macabre" for students and faculty at Carleton University on October 6.
On October 27, Engel will also speak at the annual Sixteenth Century Studies Conference on "John Day: Master Printer of the English Reformation."
Also, recently published, is his chapter in a collection: "Handling Memory in the Henriad: Forgetting Falstaff," ed. Andrew Hiscock and Lina Perkins Wilder, The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Memory (London and New York: Routledge, 2017), 165-79.
More on Dr. Engel's life and work can be found here.