The Supernatural in the Middle Ages
"The Supernatural in the Middle Ages" is the topic of the Fall 2016 Medieval Studies Center Lecture Series.
Monday, October 3, 2016
“The Soul in Pain: Ghosts, Purgatory and the Body in Late Medieval English Culture”
Colin Fewer, Purdue University Northwest
Monday, October 31, 2016 : Halloween
“The Restless Dead in the Middle Ages”
Nancy Caciola, University of California San Diego
Monday, November 14, 2016
“What’s the Problem with Conjuring Angels?”
Richard Kieckhefer, Northwestern University
All presentations are Mondays at 4 pm
Crown Center Auditorium, Lakeshore Campus
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