Chaucer Exhibition

Event description

  • Academic events
  • Arts and entertainment
  • Campus life
  • Free
  • Open to the public

ASU presents an exhibition of early printed editions of Chaucer’s works in ASU Library's extraordinary collections, from the Thynne edition of 1550 to the Kelmscott Press production in 1896.

The event is part of the 9th Biennial Chaucer Celebration at ASU, March 14-15, 2024, which commemorates the life and work of medieval author Geoffrey Chaucer. This year's celebration is themed "Chaucer and Tyranny" and features a public lecture by Professor Natasha Piano (UCLA), a roundtable discussion, and an exhibition of ASU Library’s collection of early printed editions of Chaucer’s works.

All events are free of charge, open to the public, and take place at ASU's Tempe campus.

The 2024 Chaucer Celebration is sponsored by ASU’s Dean of Humanities in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Department of English; Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies; ASU Library; Humanities Institute; School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies; and School of Politics and Global Studies.

Additional information

Event contact

Richard Newhauser

Friday, March 15, 2024


9:30 am11:00 am (MST)


Hayden Library 135