Past Graduate Seminars

Past Seminars

Friday, January 9, 2015Friday, March 13, 2015
Graduate Seminar
Ten-week graduate seminar
This seminar will focus on a pair of common genres of literature in the Middle Ages, “lives” (vitae) and “deeds” (gestae), in order to introduce students to medieval biographical writing.
Friday, September 26, 2014Friday, December 5, 2014
Graduate Seminar
This course will focus on disabled bodies and the cultural forces that acted upon them, as represented in a variety of types of early Christian and medieval texts in Latin, French, and English. We will devote special attention to blindness because of its strong metaphorical associations in medieval Christian discourse.
Thursday, September 25, 2014Thursday, December 4, 2014
Graduate Seminar
The mid-thirteenth-century Roman de la Rose was arguably the single most influential vernacular text of the (French) Middle Ages.
Thursday, September 26, 2013Thursday, December 5, 2013
Graduate Seminar
Like all things human, emotions have a history, but it has not often been traced. Since we all have our own notions of “emotion,” early on participants will be introduced to current psychological theories and definitions. The group will then explore old and new narratives of emotions’ history.
Friday, January 11, 2013Friday, March 15, 2013
Graduate Seminar
Revisiting Foucault’s History of Sexuality through Medieval and Early Modern Sources
This seminar will focus on rereading Foucault’s History of Sexuality (both the three published volumes as well as additional published materials intended for a fourth volume) in relation to hagiographic narratives from the Late Antique, Old English, and Middle English traditions and to medieval and early modern literary texts on love in French (in translation).
Friday, September 28, 2012Friday, December 7, 2012
Graduate Seminar
This seminar will emphasize the development of Latin handwriting, primarily as book scripts, from its origins to the waning of the Carolingian minuscule, ca. A.D. 1100.
Thursday, September 27, 2012Thursday, December 6, 2012
Graduate Seminar
One of the most important turning points in the history of Christianity—arguably the most important—was the conversion of Constantine in 312, which led to the toleration of Christianity and an alliance between Church and Empire.
Friday, January 20, 2012Saturday, March 31, 2012
Graduate Seminar
W. Martin Bloomer and Daniel Sheerin, University of Notre Dame Optional class research trip to the Bibliotheca Ambrosiana in Milan, March 10 - 18
Thursday, January 5, 2012Thursday, March 8, 2012
Graduate Seminar
Karen Scott, DePaul University
Friday, September 30, 2011Friday, December 9, 2011
Graduate Seminar
An Introduction to Latin Paleography and Manuscript Codicology Raymond Clemens, Illinois State University
Friday, January 7, 2011Friday, March 11, 2011
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar:  Masculinity and the Anglo-Saxons Allen Frantzen, Loyola University of Chicago
Thursday, January 6, 2011Thursday, March 10, 2011
Graduate Seminar
Disability and Marginality in Medieval England and France Edward Wheatley, Loyola University Chicago
Thursday, January 7, 2010Thursday, March 11, 2010
Graduate Seminar
Princes and Their Cities in Burgundian and Habsburg Europe, 1400-1648 James Murray and James Palmitessa, Western Michigan University
Friday, September 25, 2009Friday, December 11, 2009
Graduate Seminar
Emotions in History, c. 600-c. 1700 Barbara Rosenwein, Loyola University Chicago
Thursday, September 24, 2009Thursday, December 10, 2009
Graduate Seminar
Introduction to the TroubadoursWilliam Paden, Northwestern University
Thursday, January 8, 2009
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar:  The Junius Manuscript Nathan A. Breen, DePaul University
Friday, October 3, 2008Friday, December 12, 2008
Graduate Seminar
Gender, Power, and Religion in Medieval Europe, 800-1100 Lucy Pick, University of Chicago
Friday, January 11, 2008Friday, March 21, 2008
Graduate Seminar
Introduction to the TroubadoursWilliam Paden, Northwestern University
Friday, January 11, 2008Friday, March 14, 2008
Graduate Seminar
Codicology and Latin Paleography Elizabeth Teviotdale, Western Michigan University 
Friday, January 11, 2008Friday, March 14, 2008
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar:  Beowulf Christina Von Nolcken, University of Chicago
Friday, September 28, 2007Friday, December 7, 2007
Graduate Seminar
The Commentary Tradition in the Medieval West Theresa Gross-Diaz, Loyola University Chicago
Thursday, January 11, 2007Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar:  “Unworthy Bodies”: The Other Texts of the Beowulf Manuscript Susan Kim, Illinois State University
Wednesday, January 3, 2007Saturday, March 17, 2007
Praying by the Book: Devotional Manuscripts and Their Uses in the High and Later Middle Ages Rachel Fulton, University of Chicago
Friday, January 13, 2006Friday, March 17, 2006
Graduate Seminar
Theorizing Indigenous Knowledge in Colonial Mexico: Pictorial Nahua Documents Ellen T. Baird, University of Illinois at Chicago
Friday, January 13, 2006Friday, March 17, 2006
Graduate Seminar
Theorizing Indigenous Knowledge in Colonial Mexico: Pictorial Nahua Documents
Sunday, January 1, 2006Wednesday, March 1, 2006
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar:  Law and Literature in Anglo-Saxon England Jana K. Schulman, Western Michigan University
Friday, September 30, 2005Friday, December 9, 2005
Graduate Seminar
Medieval Representations of the Human Person: Saints and Mystics Karen Scott, DePaul University
Thursday, September 1, 2005Thursday, December 1, 2005
Graduate Seminar
Emblems:  Their Development and Context in European Material Culture Daniel Russell, University of Pittsburgh, and Mara R. Wade, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
Friday, January 7, 2005Friday, March 11, 2005
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: The Discovery and Invention of Old English Literature John D. Niles, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Friday, January 7, 2005Friday, March 11, 2005
Graduate Seminar
Revisions of an Old Institution: Controversial Takes on Marriage in Late Medieval England Eve Salisbury, Western Michigan University 
Friday, September 24, 2004Friday, December 3, 2004
Graduate Seminar
Indulgences and Medieval Pilgrimage, ca. 700 - ca. 1400 Theresa Gross-Diaz, Loyola University Chicago
Friday, January 9, 2004Friday, March 19, 2004
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Holy Men and Holy Women of Anglo-Saxon England Paul Szarmach, Western Michigan University, now emeritus
Wednesday, January 7, 2004Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Graduate Seminar
Relations of Empire: Spanish and Portuguese Narratives of Imperial Expansion Lisa Voigt, University of Chicago
Thursday, September 25, 2003Thursday, December 4, 2003
Graduate Seminar
Music in Elizabethan Culture Linda Austern, Northwestern University
Friday, January 10, 2003Friday, March 14, 2003
Graduate Seminar
Sensus Communis: Vico on Rhetoric, Religion, and LawJohn Schaeffer, Northern Illinois University
Friday, January 3, 2003Friday, March 14, 2003
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Sin and Forgiveness in Anglo-Saxon England Allen Frantzen, Loyola University Chicago
Friday, January 3, 2003Friday, March 14, 2003
Graduate Seminar
Medieval Magic and Renaissance Magicians Richard Kieckhefer, Northwestern University
Friday, April 5, 2002Friday, June 7, 2002
Graduate Seminar
Reading Medieval French in Newbery Manuscripts William D. Paden, Northwestern University
Tuesday, April 2, 2002Thursday, April 25, 2002
Graduate Seminar
Love and Friendship in Shakespeare, Cervantes, and Montaigne Claudio Guillen, Harvard University (Emeritus)
Friday, January 4, 2002Friday, March 8, 2002
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: The Exeter Book: A Tenth-Century Old English Poetic Miscellany and its Contents Thomas N. Hall, University of Illinois at Chicago currently teaching at the University of Notre Dame
Friday, September 28, 2001Friday, December 7, 2001
Graduate Seminar
Renaissances Robert Lerner, Northwestern University
Tuesday, September 25, 2001Tuesday, December 4, 2001
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval and Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University (Emerita)
Saturday, September 1, 2001
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval and Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University (Emerita)
Friday, January 12, 2001Friday, March 16, 2001
Graduate Seminar
Medieval Latin Paleography and Codicology Timothy Graham, Western Michigan University currently teaching at University of New Mexico
Friday, January 5, 2001Friday, March 9, 2001
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Beowulf Christina Von Nolcken, University of Chicago
Friday, September 29, 2000Thursday, December 7, 2000
Graduate Seminar
Power and Politics: Northern Renaissance Court Festivals  Mara Wade, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Thursday, September 21, 2000Thursday, November 30, 2000
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Printing the Middle English Text Tim Machan, Marquette University Participants: Susan Stafinbil, Marquette University; Daniel Knauss, Marquette University
Tuesday, March 28, 2000Tuesday, June 6, 2000
Graduate Seminar
Introduction to the Troubadours William Paden, Northwestern University (now emeritus)
Thursday, January 20, 2000Thursday, March 23, 2000
Graduate Seminar
Transformations of Interpretation Theory: Boethius to Valla Alan Perreiah, University of Kentucky Participants: Don Marshall, University of Illinois at Chicago; James South, Marquette University; Shawn Welnak, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Friday, January 7, 2000Friday, March 17, 2000
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: The Other Texts of the Beowulf Manuscript Susan Kim, Illinois State University
Tuesday, September 21, 1999Tuesday, November 16, 1999
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University
Wednesday, March 31, 1999Wednesday, June 2, 1999
Graduate Seminar
Hildegard of Bingen and Her World Barbara Newman, Northwestern University
Tuesday, January 19, 1999Tuesday, March 23, 1999
Graduate Seminar
Instruments of Early Medieval King and Queenship: From Amicitia to “Zealous Anger” Barbara Rosenwein, Loyola University Chicago
Friday, January 8, 1999Friday, March 19, 1999
Graduate Seminar
Newberry Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Alfred 1100 Paul Szarmach, Western Michigan University (Emeritus)
Thursday, October 1, 1998Thursday, November 26, 1998
Graduate Seminar
Varieties of Faith: Three Hundred Years of Heresy in Medieval Western Europe Robert Lerner, Northwestern University
Thursday, February 5, 1998Thursday, April 16, 1998
Graduate Seminar
Constructing Criminal Identities in Renaissance England Lee Beier, Illinois State University (Emeritus)
Wednesday, February 4, 1998Wednesday, April 22, 1998
Graduate Seminar
Gendering the Canon: Women Writers of the Spanish Golden Age Anne Cruz, University of Illinois at Chicago currently teaching at the University of Miami
Friday, January 9, 1998Friday, March 6, 1998
Graduate Seminar
Newberry Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Beowulf Allen Frantzen, Loyola University Chicago
Thursday, October 2, 1997Thursday, December 4, 1997
Graduate Seminar
Writing the Body in the Middle Ages Anne Clark Bartlett, DePaul University Participants: Craig Bery, Northwestern University; Maeve Callan, Northwestern University; Mary Connor, DePaul University; Belinda Gordon, DePaul University
Friday, September 26, 1997Friday, December 12, 1997
Graduate Seminar
Portals and Processions in the Middle Ages Linda Seidel, University of Chicago (Emerita)
Wednesday, February 5, 1997Wednesday, April 16, 1997
Graduate Seminar
Latin Paleography from the Age of Charlemagne to the Age of Humanism Timothy Graham, Western Michigan University currently teaching at the University of New Mexico
Tuesday, February 4, 1997Tuesday, April 15, 1997
Graduate Seminar
Interpreting Rabelais David Posner, Loyola University of Chicago
Friday, January 10, 1997Friday, March 21, 1997
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: The Vercelli Book Thomas N. Hall currently teaching at the University of Notre Dame
Tuesday, September 24, 1996Tuesday, November 26, 1996
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University (Emerita)
Friday, February 2, 1996Friday, April 5, 1996
Graduate Seminar
Latin Paleography from the Age of Charlemagne to the Age of Humanism Timothy Graham, Western Michigan University currently teaching at the University of New Mexico
Wednesday, January 17, 1996Wednesday, March 27, 1996
Graduate Seminar
Constructions of ‘Self’ in Anglo-Saxon England Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe, University of Notre Dame currently teaching at the University of Calfornia, Berkeley
Thursday, January 4, 1996Thursday, March 14, 1996
Graduate Seminar
The Visual Culture of Elizabethan England Clark Hulse, University of Illinois at Chicago
Friday, October 6, 1995Friday, December 8, 1995
Graduate Seminar
From ‘Auctor’ to ‘Author’: Dante and the Invention of Vernacular Authorship Albert Russell Ascoli, Northwestern University currently teaching at the University of California, Berkeley
Thursday, October 5, 1995Thursday, December 14, 1995
Graduate Seminar
Sanctity and Socity in the Medieval West Thomas Head, Washington University currently teaching at the City University of New York
Thursday, March 30, 1995Thursday, June 1, 1995
Graduate Seminar
Print Culture in the Early Modern City Martha Feldman, University of Chicago
Tuesday, February 7, 1995Tuesday, April 11, 1995
Graduate Seminar
Christian Religious Minorities in Earl Modern Europe Susan Rosa, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee currently teaching at Northeastern Illinois University
Friday, January 13, 1995Friday, March 24, 1995
Graduate Seminar
Beowuld and Germanic Legend Thomas H. Bestul, University of Illinois at Chicago
Wednesday, March 2, 1994Wednesday, May 4, 1994
Graduate Seminar
Religious Experience and Thought in the Spanish Golden Age, 1500-1700 Audrey Lumsden-Kouvel, University of Illinois at Chicago, emerita
Friday, January 7, 1994Friday, March 11, 1994
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Old English Poetry Christina Von Nolcken, University of Chicago
Thursday, September 23, 1993Thursday, December 2, 1993
Graduate Seminar
Roman Civil and Canon Law, 1050-1500 Julius Kirshner, University of Chicago, Emeritus
Tuesday, September 21, 1993Tuesday, November 23, 1993
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University (Emerita)
Thursday, August 26, 1993Thursday, November 4, 1993
Graduate Seminar
The Medieval Sermon: Form, History, Theology Thomas N. Hall, University of Illinois at Chicago currently teaching at the University of Notre Dame
Thursday, April 8, 1993Thursday, June 10, 1993
Graduate Seminar
Saints and Mystics in Medieval Christianity and Islam Gregory C. Kolzowski, DePaul University and Karen Scott, DePaul University
Wednesday, March 31, 1993Wednesday, May 26, 1993
Graduate Seminar
Montaigne and the Self Portrait in the Renaissance Tilde Sankovitch, Northwestern University, emerita
Friday, January 8, 1993Friday, March 12, 1993
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar:  Beowulf and the Making of England Allen Frantzen, Loyola University Chicago
Wednesday, January 6, 1993Wednesday, March 10, 1993
Graduate Seminar
Patronage and Patriarchy, Matronage and Matriarchy David Bevington, University of Chicago
Friday, March 27, 1992Friday, May 29, 1992
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University (Emerita)
Wednesday, March 25, 1992Wednesday, May 27, 1992
Graduate Seminar
Gender and Power in the Renaissance Merry Wiesner-Hanks, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Wednesday, March 25, 1992Wednesday, May 27, 1992
Graduate Seminar
Gender and Power in the Renaissance Mary Wiesner-Hanks, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Friday, January 10, 1992Friday, March 13, 1992
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: The Exeter Book: A Tenth-Century Poetic Miscellany and It’s Cultural Background Thomas N. Hall, University of Illinois at Chicago currently teaching at the University of Notre Dame
Wednesday, January 8, 1992Wednesday, March 11, 1992
Graduate Seminar
Reformation and Counter-Reformation: A New Approach Robert Bireley, S. J., Loyola University Chicago
Friday, March 22, 1991Friday, May 24, 1991
Graduate Seminar
Ramon Llull and Lullism: Lay Learning and Popular Spirituality, 1300-1500 Mark D. Johnston, Illinois State University currently teaching at DePaul University
Friday, January 11, 1991Friday, March 15, 1991
Graduate Seminar
The Vercelli Book, History and Contexts Catharine A. Regan, Northwestern University (emerita)
Friday, January 4, 1991Friday, March 15, 1991
Graduate Seminar
Latin Paleography: Western Manuscript Books from Carolingian Times to the Invention of the Printing Press Rand H. Johnson, Western Michigan University
Friday, January 5, 1990Friday, March 9, 1990
Graduate Seminar
Anglo-Saxon Poetry Karma D. Lochrie, Loyola University Chicago (now at Indiana University)
Thursday, January 4, 1990Thursday, March 8, 1990
Graduate Seminar
Le Roman de la Rose: Literary and Codicological PerspectivesSylvia Huot, Northern Illinois University (now at the University of Cambridge)
Monday, October 2, 1989Monday, December 4, 1989
Graduate Seminar
Introduction to Old Occitan William D. Paden, Northwestern University
Friday, September 8, 1989Friday, November 17, 1989
Graduate Seminar
The History of the Book in the Middle Ages Calvin Bower, University of Notre Dame, (Emeritus)
Friday, September 8, 1989Friday, November 10, 1989
Graduate Seminar
Hamlet and Its Criticism Bernard McElroy, Loyola University
Thursday, March 30, 1989Thursday, June 1, 1989
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books in Northern Europe: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University (Emerita)
Wednesday, March 29, 1989Wednesday, May 31, 1989
Graduate Seminar
Encyclopedism as Style and Method Barbara Stafford, University of Chicago; Paolo Cherchi, University of Chicago (Emeritus)
Friday, January 6, 1989Friday, March 10, 1989
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Beowulf Christina Von Nolcken, University of Chicago
Thursday, January 5, 1989Thursday, March 9, 1989
Graduate Seminar
Politics and Public Life in Restoration England Carolyn Edie, University of Illinois at Chicago
Friday, April 1, 1988Friday, June 10, 1988
Graduate Seminar
The Individual, the State, and God: Ethics, Politics, and Religion in the Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes Edwin Curley, University of Illinois at Chicago currently teaching at the University of Michigan
Friday, January 8, 1988Friday, March 11, 1988
Graduate Seminar
The Anglo-Saxon Seminar: Anglo-Saxon Liberature and History in Post-Renaissance England Allen Frantzen, Loyola University Chicago
Wednesday, October 7, 1987Wednesday, December 9, 1987
Graduate Seminar
The Formation of the First Universities: Paris and Bologna 1000 - 1230 Charles Radding, Loyola University Chicago currently teaching at Michigan State University
Friday, October 2, 1987Friday, December 4, 1987
Graduate Seminar
Ben Jonson’s Poetry: The Humanist Poet and the Praise of True Nobility Michael McCanles, Marquette University (Emeritus)
Wednesday, April 1, 1987Wednesday, June 10, 1987
Graduate Seminar
Religious Experience and Thought in the Spanish Golden Age, 1500-1700 Audrey Lumsden-Kouvel, University of Illinois at Chicago
Friday, January 9, 1987Friday, March 6, 1987
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books in Northern Europe: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University
Friday, January 9, 1987Friday, March 6, 1987
Graduate Seminar
The Seven Liberal Arts in the Renaissance David Wagner, Northern Illinois University (Emeritus)
Tuesday, October 7, 1986Tuesday, December 9, 1986
Graduate Seminar
Rabelais and Renaissance Laughter Barbara Bowen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign currently teaching at Vanderbilt University
Friday, October 3, 1986Friday, December 12, 1986
Graduate Seminar
Renaissance Epic Michael Murrin, University of Chicago
Friday, March 28, 1986Friday, May 23, 1986
Graduate Seminar
Late Medieval Manuscripts and Early Printed Books in Northern Europe: A Workshop Sandra L. Hindman, Northwestern University
Friday, January 3, 1986Friday, March 7, 1986
Graduate Seminar
Marriage, the Family and the Law, ca. 1250 - ca. 1450 James Brundage, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Emeritus)
Wednesday, October 9, 1985Wednesday, December 11, 1985
Graduate Seminar
Dante and His World Antonio C. Mastrobuono,University of Illinois at Chicago
Saturday, October 5, 1985Saturday, December 14, 1985
Graduate Seminar
Shakespeare as a Historical Dramatist Bernard McElroy, Loyola University Chicago
Friday, October 4, 1985Friday, December 13, 1985
Graduate Seminar
Visions of Everyday Life: Naturalism and Metaphor in Seventeenth-Century Genre Painting Barry Wind, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Wednesday, April 3, 1985Wednesday, May 22, 1985
Graduate Seminar
The Cartography of the Renaissance: Changing Perceptions of Space in Early Modern Europe David Buisseret, Newberry Library
Wednesday, January 9, 1985Wednesday, March 20, 1985
Graduate Seminar
Renaissance Rhetoric in Theory and Practice Samuel Jaffe, University of Chicago (Emeritus)
Wednesday, October 3, 1984Wednesday, December 5, 1984
Graduate Seminar
Renaissance Rhetoric in Theory and Practice Samuel Jaffe, University of Chicago (Emeritus)
Tuesday, October 2, 1984Tuesday, December 11, 1984
Graduate Seminar
Cervantes and the Development of the Novel Ruth El Saffar, University of Illinois at Chicago
Thursday, September 27, 1984Thursday, December 13, 1984
Graduate Seminar
Analytical Bibliography and Textual Criticism of Renaissance Plays Robert Turner, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Thursday, March 15, 1984Thursday, April 19, 1984
Graduate Seminar
Seventeenth-Century Art and Diplomacy Simone Zurawski, DePaul University
Tuesday, February 14, 1984Tuesday, March 13, 1984
Graduate Seminar
The Making of a Slave Society: Jamaica during the 17th Century David Buisseret, Newberry Library
Wednesday, January 4, 1984Wednesday, February 22, 1984
Graduate Seminar
Renaissance Intellectual History: The Problem of the New Science Allen G. Debus, University of Chicago
Tuesday, January 3, 1984Tuesday, January 31, 1984
Graduate Seminar
The Making of a Slave Society: Jamaica during the 17th Century David Buisseret, Newberry Library
Wednesday, September 28, 1983Wednesday, November 16, 1983
Graduate Seminar
Renaissance Intellectual History: The Problem of the New Science Allen G. Debus, University of Chicago
Tuesday, April 6, 1982Tuesday, June 8, 1982
Graduate Seminar
Literature and Painting in the English Renaissance S. Clark Hulse, University of Illinois at Chicago
Sunday, September 6, 1981
Graduate Seminar
Piers Plowman and Late Medieval-Early Renaissance Popular Culture Mary J. Carruthers, University of Illinois at Chicago currently teaching at New York University
Saturday, September 5, 1981
Graduate Seminar
Analytical Bibliography and Textual Criticism of Renaissance Plays Robert Turner, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Friday, September 4, 1981Sunday, December 13, 1981
Graduate Seminar
Literature, Language, and Science in Crisis in Mid-Seventeenth-Century England Hugh Ormsby-Lennon, Northwestern University currently teaching at Villanova University
Monday, April 6, 1981
Graduate Seminar
Popular Traditions and the Literature of the English Renaissance
Friday, January 18, 1980Friday, May 2, 1980
Graduate Seminar
The Origins of English Humanism Catherine A. L. Jarrott, Loyola University Chicago