Center for Medieval
and Renaissance Studies Seminar Room
Humanities Building Third Floor
Discussion - Patrick J. O’Banion, What Has Iberia to Do with Jerusalem? Crusade and the Spanish Route to the Holy Land in the Twelfth Century,” Journal of Medieval History 34 (2008): 383-95.
Moderator: Damian J. Smith, Professor of History, Saint Louis University.
Presentation - Michael Kennedy, “Baldwin of Boulogne: Reexamining Motivations among First Crusaders.”
Presentation - Michael Lower, Professor of History, University of Minnesota, “The Papacy and the Christian Mercenaries of Thirteenth-Century Africa.”
This lecture will take place in Adorjan Hall 142. A wine and cheese reception will follow.
Roundtable Discussion - “Nobility and the Crusades.”
Presenters: James Naus, Anne Romine, John Giebfried. Moderator: Anne Romine, PhD Candidate, Saint Louis University
Roundtable Discussion - “Reading the Crusades: Non-Traditional Sources.”
Presenters: Philip Koski, Matthew Parker, Benjamin Halliburton. Moderator: Philip Koski, PhD Candidate in History, Saint Louis University.
Presentation - Richard Allington, Graduate Student, Saint Louis University, “The Focus and Thetoric of Crusade Preachers in Iberia.”
The Crusades Studies Forum
is sponsored by the Saint Louis University Center for Medieval and
Renaissance Studies and the National Endowment for the Humanities.