Category Archives: Lectures

Harvard Lectures and Workshops

There will be a series of events at Harvard at the end of this semester, co-sponsored by the Committee on Medieval Studies, the Baker Business Library, and the Houghton Library. Vanderbilt’s William Caferro will deliver two lectures and host two … Continue reading

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The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture Lecture

The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture is pleased to announce the final lecture in its 2014-2015 lecture series. On December 1, 2014, at 6:15 pm at the Harvard Faculty Club, Dr. Warren Woodfin (Queens College, City University … Continue reading

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Boston Byzantine Music Festival

The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture is hosting the Boston Byzantine Music Festival February 24-25 on the Hellenic College Holy Cross campus in Brookline, MA. Events include lectures by Dr. Emmanouil Giannopoulos, Assistant Professor at the Higher … Continue reading

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Reminder: 11/15 Dante Lecture – Guy Raffa

The Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies presents: Friday, November 15, 2:00 pm Dante Lecture Guy Raffa, University of Texas at Austin Dante’s Immortal Remains: From Florentine Martyr to Global Icon http://www.newberry.org/11152013-guy-raffa A reception will follow the lecture. This program is … Continue reading

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Lecture – Noli me Tangere: The Enigma of Touch in Middle English Literature and Art for and about Women

There will be a  lecture, “Noli me Tangere: The Enigma of Touch in Middle English Literature and Art for and about Women,” which will be given by Dr. Elizabeth Robertson, Professor of English at the University of Glasgow.  The event … Continue reading

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Lecture Medieval Charters

Dear colleagues, This is to invite you to the last Lieftinck-lecture of this academic year, by Dr. Kathryn Lowe (Glasgow). Her lecture, organized by the Turning Over a New Leaf project, is devoted to charters and titled “Reading the Unreadable: Lay Literacy … Continue reading

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Lecture on the Leiden Pliny by Mary Garrison

Friday 23 March, 2012, 3-4 pm, Mary Garrison (York) will give the fourth Lieftinck lecture of this academic year: “The Intellectual World of the Leiden Pliny: A Book from York?”. Venue: University Library, Leiden, Grote Vergaderzaal. Her lecture will be accompanied … Continue reading

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Old Norse talks this April

Carolyne Larrington (Oxford), “Is Sisterhood Powerful? Being and Having a Sister in Old Norse Literature” Barker Center 133, Harvard University 3-4 on Thursday, April 5th —– Jóhanna Katrín Friðriksdóttir (Reykjavík), “Women in Old Norse Literature: Bodies, Words, and Power” Barker Center 133, … Continue reading

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Lecture: ‘Inscribed Images and Inspired Scribes’

JOHN COFFIN MEMORIAL ANNUAL PALAEOGRAPHY LECTURE ‘INSCRIBED IMAGES AND INSPIRED SCRIBES’ by Dr Jennifer O’Reilly, FSA (University College Cork) 15 March 2012 6.00pm: The Chancellor’s Hall 1st Floor, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU The lecture … Continue reading

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Palaeography Lecture & Anglo-Saxon Studies Symposium: University of London

John Coffin Memorial Annual Palaeography Lecture: 15 March 2012: 6.00pm: The Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, University of London Dr Jennifer O’Reilly, FSA (University College Cork): ‘Inscribed images and inspired scribes’.  The lecture considers aspects of the relationship between text, script and … Continue reading

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