"Byzantine Art & Contemporary Fashion"

Medieval Fair Free Lecture Series
"Byzantine Art and Contemporary Fashion"
Firday, Dec. 7, 6:15pm-7:30pm, WEST Norman Public Library, presented by Rozmeri Basic

"Medieval Werewolves: Monsters Often Misunderstood"

Medieval Fair Free Lecture Series
"Medieval Werewolves: Monsters Often Misunderstood" Friday, Nov. 2, 6:15pm - 7:30pm, Norman Public Library WEST, presented by Lindsey Panxhi

"Jewish Martyrs"

Jewish Martyrs, THURSADAY Oct. 4, 6:15pm, West Norman Public Library, presented by Shmuel Shepkaru

"Sin and Death in Dante: From Limbo to the Lowest Circles of Hell"

Fri. Sept. 7, 6:15pm-7:30pm, West Norman Public Library, 300 Norman Center Ct.

"Sin and Death in Dante: From Limbo to the Lowest Circles of Hell" presented by Roberto Pesce, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma.

Aristotelian Meteorology: Fire Dragons, Blood Rains, and Comets

Friday March 2nd, 6:15pm – 7:30pm,West Norman Public Library, 300 Norman Center Ct., Norman

“Aristotelian Meteorology: Fire Dragons, Blood Rains, and Comets”presented by Rienk Vermij, Professor, History of Science, University of Oklahoma.

Conversion to Judaism in 17th Century Amsterdam: The Tragic Story of Uriel da Costa, Thursday, February 8, 6:15-7:30 pm

Thursday (special day), February 8, 6:15-7:30 pm
300 Norman Center Ct, Norman, Oklahoma 73072
Yael Lavender-Smith, “Conversion to Judaism in 17th Century Amsterdam: The Tragic Story of Uriel da Costa”
Professor, Hebrew Studies, Modern Languages Department, University of Oklahoma

"Water, Power & Beauty: Aqueducts & Fountains in Medieval Italy " Friday, Dec. 1, 6:15 p.m.

Dr. Roberta Magnusson presents "Water, Power, and Beauty: Aqueducts and Fountains in Medieval Italy"
West Norman Public Library, 300 Norman Center Ct., Friday Dec. 1, 6:15 - 7:30 pm
The Medieval Fair Free Lecture Series is cosponsored by the OU Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
Come learn more about the middle ages just for the fun of learning! No papers, no tests, just interesting information about life long ago.

 

"Jewish and Christian minorities in the mediæval Islamic world," Friday, Nov. 3, 6:30 p.m.

Presented by D Gershon Lewental, PhD, Israel Institute visiting assistant professor and teaching fellow, Departments of International & Area Studies and History, University of Oklahoma, http://dglnotes.com/

“Science, Sheep Gut, and Souls: A Brief History of Medieval and Renaissance Strings

Aug. 25: John McWilliams, Professor of Natural Science, Oklahoma Baptist University

 

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