David Morris, University of Notre Dame, will speak on a new edition of the pseudo-Joachite “commentary on Isaiah,” properly titled Super prophetas, one of the most influential and interesting of the pseudo-Joachite texts from the mid-thirteenth century.
Dyan Elliott, Northwestern University, newly returned from a year at the National Humanities Center in North Carolina, will speak about her recent research and writing, the exact topic to be announced
Organized by John Van Engen, University of Notre Dame.
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