Begun in Winter of 2010 by professors Cathy Sanok (English) and Hussein Fancy (History) as the Monday Medieval Brownbag, this series is now being run as a Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop under the rubric "Forum on Research in Medieval Studies" (FoRMS), the Medieval Lunch Series. Contact student coordinators Kate Waggoner and Chun Wa Chan for more information. Join us on Facebook.
Winter 2015 Schedule
1014 Tisch Hall, noon to one
1/21 - Steven Mullaney (English), “The Conversion of the Jews in Shakespeare's London”
2/4 - Emmamarie Hassl (History), “The Material Household in Late Fourteenth- and Fifteenth Century Yorkshire: Materiality and Early Consumerism in Rural and Urban Inventories”
2/18 - Karla Mallette (Romance Languages, Near Eastern Studies), "Writ in water: Paper and watermarks across the Mediterranean"
3/11 - Pamela Stewart (History of Art), “I seem to see another Jerusalem": Stational Crosses and Confraternal Procession in Borromean Milan"
3/25 - Lehti Keelmann (History of Art), “Living the Brotherhood Life: Art, Ambition, and the Tallinn Brotherhood of the Black Heads”
4/8 - Noah Blan (History), "The ABCs of Counting Sheep in Central Medieval Languedoc"