Medieval Studies Program Presents: "The Supernatural in the Middle Ages"
The Medieval Studies Program at Loyola is excited to present a lecture series on on “The Supernatural in the Middle Ages.” This speaker series will take place on Mondays in October and November at 4 pm in the Crown Center auditorium.
On October 3, Colin Fewer, Associate Professor at Purdue University Northwest, presents “The Soul in Pain: Ghosts, Purgatory and the Body in Late Medieval Culture.” Professor Fewer is a specialist in medieval English literature.
On October 31, just in time for Halloween, Nancy Caciola, Professor of Medieval History at the University of California San Diego, presents “The Restless Dead in the Middle Ages.”
To finish off the series, Richard Keickhefer, John Evans Professor of Religious Studies at Northwestern University, presents “The Problem of Angel Magic” on November 14.