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Medieval Studies Lecture Series
Spring 2001

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February 9

Dr Lisa Bitel, Department of History, University of Kansas

Gender and Geography in Some Very Early Medieval Saints’ Lives

Flom Auditorium, Walsh Library

Co-Sponsored with Irish Studies and Women’s Studies

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February 9

Dr Lisa Bitel, Department of History, University of Kansas

The Paganization of Bridget: How a Virgin Saint Became a Celtic Goddess

12th Floor Faculty Lounge, Leon Lowenstein, Lincoln Center Campus

Co-Sponsored with Irish Studies

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February 15

Eleanore Stump, Department of Philosophy, St Louis University

Medieval Metaphysics & Political Theology: Aquinas on Incarnation

Flom Auditorium, Walsh Library

Sponsored by Dept. of Philosophy

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March 1

Dr Seth Lerer, Department of English, Stanford University

Current Issues in Chaucer Scholarship

O’Hare Room, 4th Floor, Walsh Library

Co-Sponsored with GSAS and Dept. of English

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March 2

Dr Seth Lerer, Department of English, Stanford University

The Future of the Past

Flom Auditorium, Walsh Library

Co-Sponsored with GSAS and Dept. of English

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April 18

Dr Gila Aloni, Fordham Medieval Fellow

From Raptus to Potestas: Chaucer’s Legend of Female Empowerment

McGinley Center, Music Room



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