Workshop Autumn Schedule, draft
- For those of you in the Chicago area, go - they're wonderful. For everyone else, I apologize for making you drool.
Despina de la going home now.
Welcome back all to a new school year and another year of the Medieval Studies Workshop. Below you will find the schedule for this quarter's talks. We hope you all will join us for excellent papers, discussion, food and conversation.
Medieval Studies Workshop Autumn Schedule
Wednesday October 3, 4:30 PM, Cochrane-Woods Arts Center (CWAC) 152
Lucy Pick, Senior Lecturer in the Divinity School, University of Chicago:
"Gender and the Power of the Medieval Queen: A Tentative Methodology"
Wednesday October 17, 4:30 PM, CWAC 152
Birgit Noodt, author of Religion und Familie in der Hansestadt Lübeck anhand der Bürgertestamente des 14. Jahrhunderts:
"A Marriage in the 15th Century: Margarete and Hildebrand Veckinghusen. A Biographical Approach to Hanse History"
Wednesday October 31, 4:30 PM, CWAC 152
Emily Kadens, The Law School, University of Chicago:
"The Vernacular in a Latin World: The Mysterious Demise of the Latin Monopoly on Writing Documents in 13th-century Flanders"
Wednesday November 14, 4:30 PM, CWAC 152
Daniel Gullo, Department of History, University of Chicago:
"Reading, Writing, and Community Formation at Fifteenth-Century Montserrat"
Wednesday November 28, 4:30 PM, CWAC 152
Richard Landes, Associate Professor, Department of History, Boston University and Director of Center for Millenial Studies:
"'No King but God:' The Commoner's Bible and the Medieval Contribution to Modernity"
Persons with disabilities who may need assistance should contact in advance one of the workshop coordinators, Kathleen Self (kmself@..., tel. 773-955-5258) or Sara Ritchey (simonandsara@..., tel.773-395-3617).
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