Dan Yingst, May 18

Please join us for our next workshop Friday, May 18, from 12-1:30 in Wieboldt 207.

Dan Yingst, PhD student in the History of Christianity, will discuss his paper, “Evolve Involucra: Honorius’s Exegesis of Mary and the Song of Songs.” The paper is posted below, under password protection. Please email Jessica Andruss (andruss@uchicago.edu) to request the password.

Martin Schwarz, PhD student in Art History, will provide the response.

As always, refreshments will be served, and you are welcome to bring your lunch.

Jonathan Lyon, May 4

Please join us for our next workshop Friday, May 4, from 12-1:30 in Wieboldt 207.

Jonathan Lyon, Assistant Professor of History, will discuss his recent work on “The Tyrants of Medieval Germany.” Professor Lyon’s article is posted below, under password protection. Please email Jessica Andruss (andruss@uchicago.edu) to request the password.

Lisa Scott, PhD student in History, will provide the response.

As always, refreshments will be served, and you are welcome to bring your lunch.

Heather Badamo, April 13

The Medieval Studies Workshop, together with the Late-Antiquity and Byzantium workshop, is delighted to invite you to our next meeting, Friday April 13, at 12pm in Cochrane-Woods Art Center, Room 152.

Dr. Heather Badamo, Harper-Schmidt Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Art History, will talk about “Epiphany and Representation at the Frontier: Envisioning Warrior Saints in Medieval Egypt and the Levant.”

This session will follow the format of a lecture without pre-circulated paper or respondent.

Refreshments will be served, and you are welcome to bring your lunch.

Laurence Hooper, March 9

Our last workshop of the winter quarter will take place this Friday, March 9, from 12-1:30 in Wieboldt 207.

Laurence Hooper, Donnelly Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, will discuss his recent work on “Exile and Closure in Convivio Book IV.”  The chapter draft is posted below under password protection. Please email Jessica Andruss (andruss@uchicago.edu) to request the password.

Jennifer Timmons, PhD student in History, will provide the response.