Multidisciplinary Approaches to Medieval and Early Modern Studies is a bi-weekly lunchtime workshop sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center. It brings together faculty and graduate students from departments of languages and literatures, history, art history, musicology, philosophy, religion, and other related fields who are working on the long and important centuries between the ancient world and the modern era. Workshop participants meet to discuss pre-circulated papers by Stanford faculty and advanced graduate students as well as by distinguished visitors. More >
Dante Conference: "Considering the Radiance: Dante's Journey to Paradise"
Friday, February 1, 2008, 2:15-6:30 pm. Margaret Jacks Hall, Terrace Room
Featuring Albert A. Ascoli, U.C. Berkeley; Elizabeth Coggeshall (Stanford); Robert Harrison (Stanford); Rachel Jacoff (Wellesley); David Lummus (Stanford); Simone Marchesi (Princeton); Jeffrey Schnapp (Stanford); Heather Webb (Ohio State). Sponsored by Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (CMEMS), Center for European Studies, Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
Public Lecture: William Chester Jordan (Princeton), "Departing for War in the Age of the Crusades"
Wednesday May 28, 7-9 pm. Cubberley Auditorium.
This public lecture is the second in a new series, "Medieval Matters," jointly sponsored by the Medieval Studies Program, Stanford Continuing Studies, and the Sarum Seminar