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Medieval Studies Lecture Series
Spring 2004


Anticlericalism and the Desire for Reform in Late Medieval England
Katherine Little, English, Fordham University
January 28 (Wednesday) at noon
Faculty Lounge, McGinley Center

Women Readers and the Production of Late Medieval Devotional Anthologies
Sara S. Poor, German, Princeton University
February 20 (Friday) at 3:30 p.m.
Faculty Lounge, McGinley Center
Co-sponsored with Women's Studies

Graduate Student Workshop: Doing the Dissertation: What I Know Now that I Wish I Knew Then
Moderator: Christopher Bellito, Fordham Medieval Fellow (History)
Panelists: Nicolas Agrait (History), Lynn Bongiovanni (English), Christina Carlson (English), Rick McGee (English), Jim Patterson (History)
March 3 (Wednesday) at 2:00 p.m.
Faculty Lounge, McGinley Center
Sponsored by the Graduate Students' Association
Co-Sponsored by Department of English and Department of History

The Discourse of Law and Justice in Medieval Europe
Plenary Speaker: Stephen White, History, Emory University
March 27 (Saturday) 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
24th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies
Part of the Sapientia et Doctrina Lecture Series

Fourth Annual NYC Doctoral Consortium in Medieval Studies
April 16 (Friday) at Columbia University
Times TBA

All are invited to attend.  A Reception follows each talk.

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