Events

FALL 2015


September 17
"Anatomy, Cartography, and the Prehistory of Normality"

Valerie Traub, University of Michigan
101 Dwight | 4:30 pm
September 22
"Exploring Secular Vocation from Ricardian England to Tudor England"
Kennedy Lecture Series at Smith College
"The Queen"
Lynn Staley, Colgate University & Visiting Kennedy Professor at Smith College
Seeley 201, Smith College | 5pm
September 28
"The Book of Kells: Art and Mystery in Early Medieval Europe
"
Roger Stalley, Trinity College Dublin
Gamble Auditorium, MHC | 5pm
October 2 & 3
Hildegard von Bingen's Ordo Virtutum

Performance by Ensemble Musica Humana
First Churches of Northampton | 8pm
(Please see Ensemble website for ticket information.)
October 3
"Slow Catastrophe"
41st New England Medieval Conference
Program information can be found at NEMC 2015 website.
Raytheon Amphitheater, Northeastern University | 8:30am -8pm
October 10
"Land, Law, and Lordship in Medieval France:
A Memorial Symposium for Fredric L. Cheyette"
Program information can be found at the symposium website.
Pruyne Lecture Hall - Fayerweather 115, Amherst College | 9am-5pm
October 26
"Doing History in Public
"
The History Department, along with the new Nexus Track in Public History, Museums, Archives, and Digital Humanities, invites you to a gathering about “doing history in public.”  Visit the event page to register.
Cassani Lounge, Shattuck Hall, MHC | 4:15-7pm
October 27
"Exploring Secular Vocation from Ricardian England to Tudor England"
Kennedy Lecture Series at Smith College
"The Poet"
Lynn Staley, Colgate University & Visiting Kennedy Professor at Smith College
Seeley 201, Smith College | 5pm
October 30
Medieval Studies Majors, Minors & Friends

An information session for students interested in finding more about the major/minor in Medieval Studies or about medieval-themed courses on campus.  Whatever your level of interest, please feel free to join us!  Light appetizers will be served.
Cassani Lounge, Shattuck Hall, MHC | 1:15-2:30pm
November 3
"Making Medieval Modern: The Evocative Zodiaque Photographs and Their Influence
"
Janet T. Marquardt, Eastern Illinois University, Smith & MHC
213 Elm Hall, UMass | 5pm
November 10
"Exploring Secular Vocation from Ricardian England to Tudor England"
Kennedy Lecture Series at Smith College
"The Merchant"
Lynn Staley, Colgate University & Visiting Kennedy Professor at Smith College
Seeley 201, Smith College | 5pm
November 22
Film Showing

"Into Great Silence," directed by Philip Groning (2005)
Art 221, MHC | 7pm