Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard, 26 Trowbridge Street
Janet T. Marquardt (Eastern Illinois University), Making Medieval Modern: The Evocative Zodiaque Photographs and their Legacy. A lecture marking the publication of Janet Marquardt's Zodiaque: Making Medieval Modern,1951-2001 (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2015).
The 35th annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium, featuring keynote address on Saturday, 10 October by Diana Luft (Cardiff University). Sponsored by the Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, with support from the Provostial Funds Committee for the Arts and Humanities and The Friends of Harvard Celtic Studies. For more information and complete program, visit the conference website.
Glaire Anderson (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill), Landscape of Sovereignty: The Villa in Umayyad Córdoba. Co-sponsored by the Committee on Medieval Studies and the Harvard Aga Khan Program in Islamic Architecture.
To watch Professor Anderson's lecture, please visit the Aga Khan Program's website...
Slow Catastrophe, the 2015 meeting of the New England Medieval Conference, with keynote addresses by Michael McCormick (Harvard University) and Kathleen Davis (University of Rhode Island). Sponsored by the Harvard University Committee on Medieval Studies; the Northeastern University Department of English, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Humanities Center, and Environmental Studies Program; the Boston University Center for the Humanities and Interdisciplinary Program in Medieval Studies; and the University of Massachusetts Boston Department of English. For complete...
A conference on religion and archeology, sponsored by the Harvard Divinity School, the A.G. Leventis Foundation, Princeton University, and the Battelle Memorial Foundation. Free and open to the public. For program and registration information, please visit the conference website.
Christopher Loveluck (University of Nottingham), From Peasant-Specialists to Port-Patricians: Water- (Sea and River) Oriented Societies as Catalysts of Social Change in Northwest Europe, c. AD 500-1100.