Saints Preserve Us: Saints and Sanctity in the Middle Ages
Except as noted, all lectures are at 5:00 pm on Mondays in Crown Auditorium
- 29 September - Fr. Mark McIntosh, Loyola University Chicago, "Medieval Mystics and the Mind of God"
- 14 October - TUESDAY at LUMA, 6:00 pm
Jonathan Canning, Curator, LUMA/Martin D'Arcy Collection, "Saints at LUMA" gallery walk and talk
- 27 October - Cuneo Hall 002, 5:00 pm
Robyn Malo, Purdue University, "Social Contrition and the Communion of Saints"
- 24 November - Andrea Lankin, St. Joseph's University, "Why is Thomas Becket's Mother a Muslim Princess? A Puzzle in Thirteenth-Century English Saints' Lives."
- 26 January - Edward Wheatley, Loyola University Chicago, "When Saints Don't Preserve Us: Miracles of Chastisement and Their Judicial Doppelgangers"
- 23 February - Anne Latowski, University of South Florida, "The Making of St. Charlemagne"
- 16 March - Rita George-Tvrtkovic, Benedictine University, "Bridge or Barrier? Mary and Medieval Christian-Muslim Relations"
- 31 March - TUESDAY at LUMA, 6:00 pm
Roger Wieck, Curator of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts at the Morgan Library and Museum, "Dynastic Pressure on a Renaissance Queen: Will the Saints Help Claude de France Have a Son?"
- 13 April - Thomas F. X. Noble, University of Notre Dame, "The Public and the Private in Carolingian Saints, Sanctity, and Hagiography"
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