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McGill Medievalists events feature lectures and workshops by medievalists from all disciplines. The events are open to all with an interest in the history, thought, music, science and culture of the Middle Ages. Please contact Prof. Faith Wallis if you wish to be added to the mailing list.

McGill Medievalists Events

Winter 2018 Program

17 January

Michael Van Dussen

Department of English, McGill

"Recommended Reading: Richard Rolle in Bohemia"

This event will be held in Arts 160; it will begin at 5:00 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception

 

21 February

Richard Matthew Pollard

Department of History, UQAM

"Augustine, Jerome, Gregory, Ambrose...and Josephus? Defining the Church Fathers in the Early Middle Ages"

This event will be held in the Arts 160; it will begin at 5:00 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception

 

29 March

Winter Visiting Speaker

with generous support from the Mellon Foundation

Helmut Reimitz

Department of History, Princeton

"Common Laws: The Accommodation of Ethnic and Legal Pluralism in the Carolingian Empire"

This event will be held in Arts 160; it will begin at 5:00 PM

Followed by a wine and cheese reception