Past Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic

Past Seminars

Friday, April 29, 2005
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Jennifer Lewin

Sloth, Idleness, and Witchcraft in Renaissance Thought and Art
Jennifer Lewis, University of Kentucky (now at Boston University)

Friday, December 3, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Annibale Cogliano

Prince Carlo Gesualdo Battles the Witches: The Evolving Attitudes of Church and State toward Prosecuting Witchcraft
Annibale Cogliano, Liceo Scientifico Calitri, Italy

Friday, November 19, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Michael D. Bailey

Magic and Superstitution in the Fifteenth Century
Michael D. Bailey, Iowa State University

Friday, May 21, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Donald Harper

Occult Manuscripts and Everyday Knowledge in Ancient China
Donald Harper, University of Chicago

Friday, March 5, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Richard Kieckhefer

Mythologies of Witchcraft in the Fifteenth Century
Richard Kieckhefer, Northwestern University

Friday, May 9, 2003
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Katy Stavreva

Commanding Voices and Sights “Full of Terror”: Witch-Speak at Court on the Jacobean Stage
Katy Stavreva, Cornell College

Friday, January 31, 2003
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Harriet Stone

Entangled Knowledge: Medicine and the Occult in de Lancre, Paré, and Furetière
Harriet Stone, Washington University in St. Louis

Friday, October 4, 2002
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Todd Butler

Francis Bacon, Imagination, and the Monarchy of Magic
Todd Butler, University of Tennessee-Martin (now at Washington State University)

Friday, April 26, 2002
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Rocio Quispe-Agnoli

Representations of Evil and the Devil in Colonial Amerindian Documents
Rocio Quispe-Agnoli, Michigan State University

Friday, September 28, 2001
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: John Friedman
Friday, May 11, 2001
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Stephen Buhler

How Charming is Divine Philosophy! Music, Magic, and Thought in Milton’s Maske
Stephen Buhler, University of Nebraska

Friday, February 9, 2001
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Claudia Swan

Painting Devils and Melancholic Witches: Early Modern Demonology and Fantasia
Claudia Swan, Northwestern University

Friday, October 20, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Christopher I. Lehrich

Signs of Power: Cornelius Agrippa and the Semiotics of Magic
Christopher I. Lehrich, Boston University

Friday, April 7, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Ralph Drayton

Medical Astrology and Astral Talismans at Montpellier in the Later Middle Ages
Ralph Drayton, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Friday, February 25, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Mary Springfels
Friday, January 14, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Seminar on Medieval and Early Modern Magic: Armando Maggi

The World’s Ceremonies: Natural and Unnatural Language According to De incantionibus seu ensalmis by Emanuel do Valle de Moura, 1620
Armando Maggi, University of Chicago