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Fall 2010 Schedule

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Seminar Room
Humanities Building Third Floor
3:00-4:00pm

September 17
Discussion - Thomas Asbridge, "The Holy Lance of Antioch: Power Devotion, and Memory on the First Crusade," Reading Medieval Studies 33 (2007): 3-36.
Moderator: Philip Koski, MA Student in History, Saint Louis University

October 8
Presentation - Ben Halliburton, MA Student in History, Saint Louis University, "Roman Crowns on Latin Brows: The Burdens of Imperial Legacy in the First Decade of the Latin Empire."

October 18
Presentation - John France, Professor of History, Director of the Callaghan Centre for Conflict Studies, "Warfare in the Mediterranean Region in the Age of the Crusades, 1095-1291: A Clash of Contrasts."
This lecture will take place in Adorjan Hall 142. A wine and cheese reception will follow.

October 22
Discussion - Michael Angold, "The Anglo-Saxon Historiography of the Fourth Crsuade: A Crime Against Humanity or Just and Accident?" in Quarta crociata: Venezia - Bisanzio - Impero Latino, Gherardo Ortalli, ed. (Venezia : Istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti, 2006), 301-16.
Moderator: Warren Treadgold, NEH Professor of Byzantine History, Saint Louis University.

November 12
Presentation - Marcus Bull, Professor of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel-Hill, "First Crusade Narrative Sources and the Literary."
This lecture will be held in Humanities Building 142. A reception will follow.

December 3
Presentation - Vincent Ryan, Ph.D., Saint Louis University, "Stephen of Blois and the Reputation of the Crusade of 1101."


The Crusades Studies Forum is sponsored by the Saint Louis University Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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