Spring 2021 events
Thursday March 4, 5:30pm (ET). Thomas Burman (University of Notre Dame): “The Correspondence of Emperor Leo III (717-41) and Caliph Umar II (717-20): Arguing Mediterranean Religion Across the Middle Ages.” Register for Thomas Burman’s lecture here.
Thursday March 25, 5:30pm (ET). Nahir Otaño Gracia (University of New Mexico): “Broken Dreams: Medievalism and Race in Alejandro Tapia y Rivera’s Póstumo el Envirginiado.” Register for Nahir Otaño Gracia’s lecture here.
Thursday April 8, 5:30pm (ET). Jennifer Saltzstein (University of Oklahoma): “Landscape, Identity, and Song: Projections of Person in Thirteenth-Century Trouvère Songbooks.” Register for Jennifer Saltzstein’s lecture here.
Thursday April 29, 5:30pm (ET). Sharon Kinoshita (University of California - Santa Cruz): “Marco Polo and the Diversity of the Global Middle Ages.” Register for Sharon Kinoshita’s lecture here.
Fall 2020 events
Thursday December 10, 5:30pm (ET). Jack Tannous (Princeton University): “Lost and (Not) Found: Syriac Literature as a ‘Miserable Wreck’.” Online registration here.
Tuesday September 22, 12pm (ET). Mark Chinca (University of Cambridge): “Remembering the Last End in the Late Middle Ages: Rhetoric and Composition.” Watch the lecture here.