Medieval Studies Lectures and Other Events of Interest
- 4 November - Martha Bayless, University of Oregon, "Medieval Humor and the Theory of the Six Funny Things," 4:00pm, Crown Center Auditorium; a reception will follow.
- 17 March - Lisa H. Cooper, University of Wisconsin, Madison, "Nothing was Funny in the Middle Ages: the 'Tale of Ryght Nought' and its Reverberations," 4:00pm, Crown Center Auditorium; a reception will follow.
- 20 March (Thursday): Heather Grossman, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, will discuss "Building Identity in the Morea: Architecture and Cross-Cultural Interaction in Medieval Greece" for the Classical Art Society of the Art Institute of Chicago. 6:00pm-7:00pm, Morton Auditorium, Art Institute of Chicago. Lecture free with museum admission.
- 7 April - Mary Agnes Edsall, University of Wisconsin, Madison, "Cooking up a Tale: Food, Foolery, and the Tricksters of the Fabliaux," 4:00pm, Crown Center Auditorium; a reception will follow.
- 25 April (Friday) - Frits van Oostrom, Professor of Medieval Dutch Literature, University of Utrecht, will discuss "After Huizinga: the Low Countries as Cradle of Spiritual Innovation in the Late Middle Ages" for the University of Chicago Medieval Studies Workshop, 3:00pm, Swift Lecture Hall (3rd floor, Divinity School), University of Chicago; co-sponsored by the Martin Marty Center for the Advanced Study of Religion, the Medieval Studies Workshop, the Early Modern Workshop, and the Lumen Christi Institute.
- 15 May (Thursday): Dimitri Liakos, Professor Emeritus, Northern Illinois University, will discuss "Ravenna, Justinian's Capital in the West and its Dazzling, Exquisite Mosaics" for the Classical Art Society of the Art Institute of Chicago. 6:00pm-7:00pm, Fullerton Auditorium, Art Institute of Chicago. Lecture free with museum admission.
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