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Upcoming Events


If you have announcements you would like to add to this list, please email dshuger@tulane.edu


Fall 2014


Sixteenth-Century Society Conference

Oct 16-19, 2014

New Orleans Marriott Hotel

for more information and the conference program: see http://www.sixteenthcentury.org/conference/

 

Spring 2012


Friday, April 27
Work in Progress, Prof. Henry Sullivan
"The Problematics of Tragic Drama in the Golden Age of Spain"
2:00PM, Newcomb 407

Friday, May 4
Research Panel: NONMODERN REALMS, HUMAN AND DIVINE

Prof. Yehuda Halper, Philosophy and Jewish Studies
Prof. Antonio Rueda, Spanish and Portuguese
3:00PM, Newcomb 114
Reception to follow.

 

Past Events This Academic Year

Friday, September 30
Work in Progress, Prof. Laura Bass
3:00PM, Newcomb 405

Thursday, October 6
Elena Calvillo
, University of Richmond
"Exporting Michaelangelo to Counter-Reformation Spain"
6:00PM, Woldenberg 209

Thursday, October 20
Reception for current and future MEMS students (faculty, please attend)
4:30PM Newcomb Faculty Lounge, room 114


Thursday, October 20
Herbert L. Kessler
, Johns Hopkins University
"Geometry of the Ineffable: Artificial Perspective in Medieval Art"
6:00PM, Woldenberg 210, Stone Auditorium

Friday, January 20
Faculty Panel: "Encounters"

3:00-4:30PM, Newcomb Faculty Lounge, Newcomb Hall 114
Rachel Burk, Spanish & Portuguese
Scott Oldenburg, English
Toby Wikstrom, French & Italian


Thursday, February 16

Steven Harvey, Bar Ilan University and Johns Hopkins University
"Concepts of Erotic and Divine Love in Medieval Jewish Thought"
4:00PM, Lavin-Bernick Center, Kendall Cram Lecture Hall, room 218

Thursday, March 1
Rafael Mérida Jiménez, Universitat de Lleida
"Women and Literary Culture in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia"
3:30PM Newcomb 209
Reception to follow in the Newcomb Faculty Lounge, room 114

Friday, March 2
Rafael Mérida Jiménez, Universitat de Lleida
"Magia y brujería en la literatura caballeresca durante la época de los Reyes Católicos (1474-1516)"
3:30PM, Newcomb 407
Reception to follow in the Newcomb Faculty Lounge, room 114


Past Years' Events

Click to download a pdf of MEMS-related events, 2009-2010

Click to download a pdf of MEMS-related events, 2010-2011

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