Off Campus

2019 Mar 21

Five College Lecture in Late Antiquity

5:30pm to 7:00pm

Location: 

Center for Humanistic Inquiry, Frost Library, Amherst College
Karen King (Harvard University), Ascent to God: The Gospel of Mary Reads The Gospel of John.
2019 Mar 18

MIT Ancient and Medieval Studies Lecture Series

5:15pm to 6:45pm

Location: 

Building E51, room 275 (corner of Amherst and Wadsworth), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jonathan Conant (Brown University), Was There Combat Trauma in the Early Middle Ages?
2019 Mar 19

Five College Medieval Studies Seminar

5:15pm to 7:15pm

Location: 

Kinney Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies, 650 East Pleasant Street, Amherst MA
Colleen Curran (Corpus Christi College Oxford), The Classical Influence in Anglo-Saxon Poetry: An Introduction to the CLASP Project.
2019 Mar 28

Five College Medieval Studies Seminar

5:15pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

Seelye Hall 106, Smith College, Northampton MA
Sharon Farmer (University of California Santa Barbara, emerita), Global Perspectives on the Making of a Fourteenth-Century French Almspurse. Sponsored by the Five College Medieval Studies Seminar, Smith College Department of History, and Smith College Lecture Committee.
2019 Mar 07

Mt. Holyoke College Art History Lecture

4:30pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Gamble Auditorium, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley MA
Eliza Garrison (Middlebury College), Book, Body, Cloister: The Spaces of the Uta Codex. Co-sponsored by the Mt. Holyoke College Art Museum and the Department of Art History and Architecture.
2019 Feb 25

MIT CART Workshop Presentation

12:20pm

Location: 

MIT Theater Building W97, 345 Vassar Street

Workshop presentation of Judith by CAST Visiting Artist Karin Coonrod and talkback with Professor Diana Henderson.

The medieval heroine gets a fresh reboot in a new theater production by global dynamo Karin Coonrod, who brings her innovative take on the Anglo-Saxon epic to the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST). For more information, click here.

 

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2019 Feb 25

Five College Medieval Studies Seminar

4:30pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

Fayerweather Hall 113, Amherst College
Race in the Middle Ages, a symposium featuring presentations by Geraldine Heng (University of Texas Austin), Dorothy Kim (Brandeis University), and Sierra Lomuto (Macalester College). Sponsored by the Amherst College Department of English, the Five College Medieval Studies Seminar, the Amherst College Department of European Studies, and The Eastman Fund.
2019 Feb 15

Five College Medieval Studies Lecture

2:00pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

Herter Hall 301, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Grace Delmolino (University of Massachusetts), Medieval #MeToo: Boccaccio and the Origins of Consent. Sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Italian Program and Medieval Studies Program.
2019 Jan 24

Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Studies Lecture

6:00pm to 7:30pm

Location: 

Dumbarton Oaks Music Room, 1703 32nd Street NW, Washington DC
Ioli Kalavrezou (Harvard University), Mary, a Multivalent Figure and the Mother of All.
2018 Oct 29

MIT Ancient and Medieval Studies Lecture Series

5:15pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

Building 14E, room 304, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Emily V. Thornbury (Yale University), The Virtue of Ornament: The Case of Hypermeter in the Old English Judith.
2018 Oct 13

Preserved Pages: Book as Art in Persia and India, 1300–1800

Sat Oct 13 (All day) to Sun Jan 6 (All day)

Location: 

Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester MA
An exhibition focused on works on paper, separated from books (manuscripts) and albums, from the Worcester Art Museum's collection, representing the two main contexts for the image in Iran and India from the Mongol invasions of the mid-1200s through the pre-modern period; includes landmark manuscripts such as the fourteeth-century Great Mongol Shahnama (Book of Kings), and other rarely seen treasures of the Museum's Islamic art collection.
2018 Nov 15

Worcester Art Museum Master Series Third Thursday Lecture

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Location: 

Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester MA
David Roxburgh (Harvard University), Illustrating Epic Poetry and History in Persian Manuscripts from the Mongols to the Timurids. Presented with support from the Bernard and Louise Palitz Fund and the Amelia and Robert H. Haley Memorial Lecture Fund.

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