Events

Events

Iberia"All events are held at the Annmary Brown Memorial (21 Brown Street) at 5:30 PM and free of charge unless otherwise indicated.

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The Rhode Island Medieval Circle Lectures

 

FALL 2015

  • Thur., 24 Sept., Jonathan Decter (Brandeis University,) "Jewish Thinking about Religion in the Medieval Mediterranean"
  • Thur., 29 Oct., Charles M. Stang (Harvard Divinity School,) “Centers and Peripheries between the Eastern Mediterranean and the Silk Road”

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  • Wed., 18 Nov., Sonja Drimmer (Umass Amherst,) "Limners and the Making of Literature in Late Medieval England"

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SPRING 2016

  • Thur., 18 Feb., Mary Cunningham (University of Nottingham, UK,)
    "Between Earth and Heaven: Middle Byzantine Views of Mary, the Mother of God"
  • Tue., 8 March, (Rhode Island Hall 108,) Nikolas Jaspert (Institute of History, Centre for the Study of European History and Culture, Heidelberg University,) "Spaces of Fear and Desire: Medieval and Modern Readings of the Mediterranean” 
  • Thurs., 17 March, Thomas O'Donnell (Fordham University,) "Saxons and Seduction: the Middle English History of English"

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  • Friday, 18 March, Judith Cohen (York University, 
    Canada,)Judith CohenJudith Cohen presentation 
    "Singing  Convivencia - music in Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities of medieval Iberia"Judith CohenJudith Cohen

 


 

  • Sunday, 20 March, (11:00 AM at the Brown/RISD Hillel House, 80 Brown St.) Judith Cohen (York University, Canada,) presentation "Music in the Lives of the Crypto-Jews of Portugal"
  • M. KulikowskiM. KulikowskiThurs., 7 April, Michael Kulikowski (Penn State,) "Historical Generations: Ammianus, Sidonius and the End of Antiquity"

 

 

 

 

MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN HISTORY SEMINAR (with department of History)

AROUND BROWN

UConn Events

Medieval Studies events at Harvard