Unless otherwise noted, all meetings will take place on alternate Fridays in Rosenwald 405 from 12:30-2:00 pm. Coffee, tea, and snacks available. Please contact the coordinators, Jacqueline Victor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sam Baudinette (email@example.com) if you have questions or need accommodation.
APRIL 5: Luke Fidler, PhD candidate, Art History. “The Carceral Function in Medieval Art.”
APRIL 19: Kirsten Lopez, PhD student, Romance Languages and Literatures. “Outliving Death: Cemeteries as Spaces of Immortalization in Medieval French Quests.”
MAY 3: Jonathan Lyon, Associate Professor of History. “Wicked Advocates, Divine Vengeance: A Millennium of European Fantasies about Murdering Local Officials”
MAY 7: Patrick Boucheron, Professor and Chair History of the Powers of Western Europe, 13th-16th Centuries at the Collège de France. “France in the World : A Medievalist Reflects on the ‘Master Narrative’” — 4.30PM in Social Sciences Research Building 224. A reception will follow.
MAY 17: Sara Ritchey, Chicago alumna and Associate Professor of History at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville
MAY 24: Christina Llanes, PhD candidate, Divinity School
JUNE 7: End of year potluck