Medieval Studies at Princeton University

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Academic Year 2013-2014

Date Speaker/Sponsor Event Info Location Time
Sept. 9
Monday
 

Academic Expo

Frick Chemistry Lab 9:30-Noon
Sept. 21
Saturday
 

Delaware Valley Medieval Association Meeting

Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, University of Pennsylvania

 

Sept. 24

Tuesday

Marina Brownlee, Princeton University “Interruption as Fig Leaf in 'The Book of Zifar'”
Poster
010 East Pyne 4:30pm 

Oct. 4
Friday

 


Medieval / Renaissance Fair
Fair | Panel

Frist South Lawn (Panel in 307 Frist)
3:30pm- 7:00pm 

Oct. 25-26

Friday-Saturday

Index of Christian Art, Princeton University

Two-Day Conference:
Manuscripta Illuminata - Approaches to Understanding Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts
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Dodds Auditorium, Woodrow Wilson Hall  

Oct. 15
Tuesday

 

Michel Zink, Collège de France


“Assuming the Foe’s Identity: The Song of the Albigensian Crusade and its Two Authors”
Poster
Eberhard L. Faber 1915 Memorial Fund Lecture

010 East Pyne
4:30pm 
Nov. 12
Tuesday

Sean W. Anthony, IAS Visiting Fellow, University of Oregon

“Muhammad, the Doctrina Iacobi, and the Keys to Paradise: A Late Antique Puzzle”
Poster

010 East Pyne 4:30pm 
Nov. 19
Tuesday

Monica Green, IAS Visiting Fellow, University of Arizona

“‘Ego Constantinus’: The Creation of a Medical Authorial Identity in the 11th and 12th Centuries”
Poster
(Co-sponsored by the Program in History of Science)

010 East Pyne 4:30pm

Nov. 20

Wednesday

Monica Green, IAS Visiting Fellow, University of Arizona Graduate Student Lunch with Professor Monica Green 209 Scheide Caldwell House 12:30pm

Nov. 23

Saturday

Index of Christian Art, Princeton University

The Delaware Valley Medieval Association Conference at Princeton University

Program

106 McCormick Hall 10:00am

Dec. 3
Tuesday

Brigitte M. Bedos-Rezak, New York University

“Punning Identity: The Medieval Iconography of Names”

010 East Pyne 4:30pm

Feb. 11

Tuesday

Ardis Butterfield, Yale University


“Time Signatures or Note on a Note: Jacques Derrida, Guillaume de Machaut and the Performance of Time”
Poster

010 East Pyne

4:30pm

Feb. 18

Tuesday

  Delaware Valley Medieval Association Meeting Rutgers University, Camden  

Feb. 20

Thursday

Emily Steiner,

University of Pennsylvania

Lecture "John Trevisa and Late Medieval LIterary Culture"

Reading 1

Reading 2

Hinds Library, McCosh Hall 4:30pm
Feb. 20
Thursay
Denys Turner,
Horace Tracy Pitkin Professor of Historical Theology, Yale University
Public Lecture: "Aquinas, 'A Life'"
Poster
106 McCormick Hall 4:30pm
Feb. 21
Friday
Denys Turner,
Horace Tracy Pitkin Professor of Historical Theology, Yale University with Professor Robert Hollander, European Literature, Princeton
Seminar: "Dante 'Theologus-Poeta'"
Poster
East Pyne 245 10am - 12pm
Mar. 4
Tuesday

Don Skemer, Princeton University

“Colophons and Expressions of Time in Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts: A Workshop”

*Open to Princeton Faculty and Graduate Students Only
Poster

Firestone Library Seminar Room
1-8-H

4:30pm

Mar. 14

Friday

 

IUDC Colloquium

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Program
Poster

Stony Brook University-NYC Campus 9:30am-4:30pm
Mar. 25
Tuesday

Christiane Ackermann, University of Tübingen

“Self-Reflections in the Work of Heinrich of Morungen”
(Co-sponsored by the Department of German)
Poster

205 East Pyne 4:30pm
Mar. 26
Wednesday

Christiane Ackermann, University of Tübingen

Graduate Student Lunch with Professor Christiane Ackermann

207 East Pyne 12:00pm

Mar. 29

Saturday

34th Annual Conference, Center for Medieval Studies

“The French of Outremer: Communities and Communications in the Crusading Mediterranean”
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Lincoln Center Campus, Fordham University  
Apr. 5
Saturday
  "Communities of Italy: New & Traditional Approaches"
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Mead Hall, Drew University 10am - 4:30 pm

Apr. 5

Saturday

Spanish and Portuguese Lanugages & Cultures Conference

"Interruption and Distraction in Medieval Iberia"

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105 Chancellor Green 9:30am-6:15pm

Apr. 24

Thursday

History Department Lecture

"Writing systems, languages, and people as viewed by a Carolingian author: De Inventione Linguarum attributed to Hrabanus Maurus"

Poster

211 Dickinson Hall 4:30pm
Apr. 25
Friday

Medieval Studies Graduate Conference

 

"There and Back Again: Travel, Itinerancy, and Adventure in the Middle Ages"

Keynote Speaker: Paul Freedman, Yale University

CFP

Poster & Schedule

010 East Pyne

9:00am-4:00pm
Apr. 26-27
Saturday & Sunday
PIIRS Conference

"Mediterranean City and It's Rulers: a Comparison of Byzantium, Islam, and Western Christendom in the High Middle Ages"

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Poster

216 Aaron Burr Hall  
May 8-11  

Medieval Congress "Names, Dates and Signatures in Medieval Cultures"

Kalamazoo, MI

Schedule

2355 Schneider Hall 1:30pm
May 16-17
Friday & Saturday
Research Group on Manuscript Evidence Conference

"Recollections of the Past" Editorial & Artistics Workshops from Late Antiquity to Early Modernity & Beyond

More Information

138 Lewis Library  

* 2013-2014 Medieval Studies Lecture Series on the theme of "Names, Dates and Signatures"