Archive | Lectures & Discussions

May 19 | Possible Worlds: A Talk by Alexander Nagel

On Thursday May 19, at 7:00 pm MDT, Contemporary Calgary and the University of Calgary Nickle Galleries are co-presenting Possible Worlds: A Talk by Alexander Nagel. In addition to the in-person lecture at Contemporary Calgary (formerly the Centennial Planetarium), we will livestream the lecture via Zoom and would be honoured to have you as our online guests. The presentation offers […]

May 4 & 6 | A Global Early Modern? Two Lectures

Please join us for “A Global Early Modern? Two Lectures”. Register here. Featuring Zoltán Biedermann (University College London) How might the term ‘global’ deepen engagement with Renaissance and Early Modern? Animated by this question, the GEMS faculty and students have invited the noted early-modern scholar, Zoltán Biedermann. Join us in welcoming but also thinking with […]

April 27 | nayture is sumwere else: trans poetics, middle and old English variation

Wednesday, April 27, 2022 4PM – 5:30PM ET nayture is sumwere else: trans poetics, middle and old English variations Featuring: Jos Charles and Miller Oberman, with a roundtable discussion featuring Patricia Dailey and Jack Halberstam Location: Second Floor Common Room, Heyman Center for the Humanities 74 Morningside Drive New York, NY 10027 RSVP REQUIRED: https://april27charlesoberman.eventbrite.com Event attendees […]

May 3 | Gaming Premodern Adventures

Join us for Gaming Premodern Adventures May 3, 5:00 pm Join us on Zoom for a roundtable discussion hosted by the Medieval Studies Certificate Program and the Henri Peyre Institute, co-sponsored by the GEMS Certificate Program and the Pearl Kibre graduate student medievalists. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/x/gaming-premodern-adventures-tickets-295318965977 “Chasing the Good Ending: Modeling Interactive Fiction in the Classroom […]

April 15 | Globalizing Perspectives from Masaryk University and the Bibliotheca Hertziana at CUNY

Please join us for a series of short talks in-person celebrating the visiting medievalist scholars from the Conques In The Global World project at CUNY! Discussions will begin at 3pm, and will be followed by a reception at the CUNY Graduate Center. Room TBD. Reply to this Google Form if you would like to attend. We look forward to seeing […]

April 2 | CONCERT: Medieval Protest Music

Alkemie Early Music Ensemble Presents: CONCERT | Singing Truth To Power: Medieval Protest Music April 2 at 7:30pm (In-Person Event) Venue: St. Luke in the Fields, 487 Hudson St, NYC 10014 Tickets: $15-$50; limited free for students with a valid ID. To reserve your free student tickets please use the code MedRen at checkout and bring your Student ID to the concert. “Singing […]

Mar 11 | Word Beyond Speech: The Transformation of Logos in the Christos Paschon

Late Antique-Medieval-Early Modern Faculty Working Group(LAMEM) Join us for a LAMEM event tomorrow. Though it has no formal interdisciplinary program for the study of the late antique, medieval, and early modern world, Brooklyn College’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences has a stellar collection of faculty studying the world before 1700 from many different angles. Thus, in […]

Mar 3 | NYU MARC lecture by Jenny C. Mann

Please be sure to RSVP below to join us on Thursday, March 3 at 6pm EST via Zoom: The NYU Medieval and Renaissance Center invites you to the first event in our Spring 2022 Distinguished Lecture Series. Jenny C. Mann (NYU) The Trials of Orpheus: Softening as Poetic Force in Ovid and Marlowe RSVP Here […]

Sep 24 | “The Shape of Sex: Nonbinary Gender before Modernity”?

September 24, 2021, 5:00pm – 6:30pm  “The Shape of Sex: Nonbinary Gender before Modernity”? Speaker: Leah DeVun (Rutgers University) This talk explores ideas and individuals who allegedly combined or crossed sex or gender categories in Europe from 200–1400 C.E.. Focusing on several efforts to categorize sex in medical and naturalist contexts, DeVun looks at how and […]

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