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Medieval Institute Alumni Lecture: Corrupt Officials and the Problem of Medieval ‘Government’

Join the Medieval Institute for an alumni lecture with Jonathan R. Lyon ’05 Ph.D. ’05. Professor Lyon is the Sorin and Imran Siddiqui Professor of Medieval History and the...

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Art and History

The Third Annual Mathews Byzantine Lecture – Religion, Politics, and Identities in Byzantium: Aspects of Medieval Greek Homilies

Homilies, or church sermons, formed an indispensable part of European medieval rhetoric, East and West. Throughout the millennial existence of the Byzantine Empire (AD...

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Art and History

The 2023 Conway Lectures: Women and Knowledge in the Middle Ages (DAY TWO)

The annual Conway Lectures bring senior scholars of international distinction to Notre Dame each fall to speak on topics across a variety of disciplines. This year, our speakers...

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Art and History

21st Annual Mellon Colloquium: “The Invention of Homicide: Crime, Honor, and Spectacular Justice in Late Medieval Flanders”

Join the Medieval Institute for its twenty-first annual Mellon Colloquium. The colloquium is a half-day public seminar discussion with the institute’s 2022–23 Mellon Fellow,...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Black Madonna for Racial Liberation

Join the Medieval Institute, the Initiative on Race and Resilience, and the departments of Africana Studies, Program of Liberal Studies and Theology for the final webinar in...

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Art and History

William and Katherine Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature

In collaboration with the Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame, the Devers Program initiated a series dedicated to the publication of the most significant current...

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Religion and Philosophy

Sacred Art and the Journey Toward Justice

Join the Medieval Institute and the Center for Spirituality at Saint Mary’s College for the third in our webinar series on pilgrimage – Pilgrimage for Healing and Liberation....

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Art and History

Neo-Old English, Anglo-Saxonism and the New English Nationalism

The Medieval Institute is pleased to present the seventeenth annual lecture in the Graduate Student Invitation Series with Chris Jones, ESRR Professor of English, University of...

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Art and History

2023 Mathews Byzantine Lecture – Writing Byzantine History with the Archives of Mount Athos: The Odds and Perils of Uneven Sources

Byzantine documents preserved in the archives of the monasteries of Mount Athos in Greece are by far the most extensive and valuable body of documentation from the Byzantine...

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Religion and Philosophy

Twelfth Triennial Conference on the History of Women Religious To Be Hosted at Notre Dame from June 26–29 with Theme “Diversity and Dignity Across Time and Place”

The Conference on the History of Women Religious (CHWR) was established in 1988 both to assist historians in discovering and preserving the historical record of vowed women and to...

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Religion and Philosophy

Becoming a Pilgrim People

Join the Medieval Institute and the Center for Spirituality at Saint Mary’s College for the second in our webinar series on Pilgrimage! How can the practice of pilgrimage...

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Religion and Philosophy

Pilgrimage in the Global Middle Ages: Hospitality and Encounter

Join the Medieval Institute and the Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion for the first in a webinar series on pilgrimage. Why did medieval people go on pilgrimage,...

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