Rehm Library, The College of the Holy Cross, 1 College St., Worcester, MA
Bringing the Holy Land Home: The Crusades, Chertsey Abbey, and the Reconstruction of a Medieval Masterpiece, a daylong symposium exploring the cross-cultural impact of the Crusades upon medieval England and western Europe; featuring presentations by Amanda Luyster (College of the Holy Cross), Nicholas Paul (Fordham University), Lloyd de Beer (British Museum), Euan Roger (National Archives, Kew), Matthew Reeve (Queen's University), Cynthia Hahn (Hunter College/CUNY), Eva Hoffman (Tufts University), Paroma Chatterjee (University of Michigan), Richard Leson (University of Wisconsin... Read more about New England Medieval Conference
Yale University Humanities Quadrangle 136, 320 York Street, New Haven CT
Howard Bloch (Department of French) in conversation about his new book Paris and Her Cathedrals (Liveright Publishing, 2022) with Jacqueline Jung (Department of Art History) and Paul Freedman (Department of History). Reception to follow. Sponsored by the Yale University Department of French.
Zachary Chitwood (University of Mainz), The Lonely Mountain: The Emergence of a 'Hagorite' Identity on Medieval Mount Athos. This lecture will take place on the Zoom meeting platform; to register, please visit the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture website...
Elizabeth Papp Kamali (Harvard Law School), Intoxication and Criminal Responsibility in Medieval English Law and Society. Co-sponsored by the Archaia Program,the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, the Center for East Asian Studies, the Institute of Sacred Music, the Medieval Studies Program, and the Yale Law School. Read more about Yale Lectures in Medieval Studies
A concert of medieval vocal music once sung within the Parisian cathedral of Notre-Dame, as well as miracle tales, student songs, and minstrel turns performed in Notre Dame's shadows. Featuring the Harvard Memorial Church's Ferris Choral Fellows and performers from the Longy School of Music of Bard College. For more information and tickets, please visit the Boston Camerata website. Read more about Boston Camerata: Les Miracles de Notre Dame
Shirin Fozi (University of Pittsburgh), Eidolon and Anima: Romanesque Portraiture and the Problem of the Soul. Sponsored by the Five College Medieval Studies Seminar and the University of Massachusetts Department of the History of Art and Architecture. This lecture will take place on the Zoom meeting platform; to register, please contact Prof. Sonja Drimmer (firstname.lastname@example.org). Read more about Five College Medieval Studies Seminar
A virtual exploration of Sargent's visual masterpiece Hell through Dante's Commedia, organised in honor of Smith College Emeritus Professor Alfonso Procaccini and featuring presentations by Marco Piana (Smith College) and Danielle Carrabino (Smith College Museum of Art). Sponsored by the Smith College Department of Italian Studies and the Smith College Museum of Art. This event will take place on the Zoom meeting platform; please click... Read more about Consuming the Soul: Visions of Hell between Dante and Sargent