2016: Fifth Biennial Chaucer Celebration

The ASU Department of English's biennial Chaucer Celebration commemorates the life and work of medieval author Geoffrey Chaucer with events such as film festivals, concerts, performances, and academic discussions.

The Art(s) of Being Geoffrey Chaucer

Shakespeare’s Mythologies

Heroes, Heroines, and the Ambivalence of Power

Presented by

Barbara Acker, Prof. Emerita, School of Film, Dance, and Theatre ASU Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts
Sharonah Fredrick, Assistant Director, ACMRS
Margaret Knapp, Prof. Emerita, School of Film, Dance, and Theatre, ASU Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts
James Wermers, Digital Humanities Course Manager, ASU College of Letters & Sciences

Legends of Summer

Presented by
Dr. Sharonah Fredrick, Assistant Director, ACMRS

Part of the ACMRS Global Mythology Series

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 - 1:00-2:30pm
Desert Foothills Library
38443 N Schoolhouse Rd, Cave Creek, AZ 85331

Free and open to the public

Eventbrite - Legends of Summer

Southwestern Baroque: Music and Multiculturalism in Past Centuries

A Public Symposium and Performance

Presented by

Kimberly Marshall, Goldman Professor of Organ, ASU Herberger Institute School of Music
Troy Mendez, Dean, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
Sharonah Fredrick, Assistant Director, ACMRS

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 6:00-8:00pm
Trinity Cathedral
100 W. Roosevelt St. Phoenix 85003

Free and open to the public

The Roots of St. Patrick’s Day in Tudor Ireland

& Local Phoenix Celebrations at the ICC

Dr. Sharonah Fredrick, Assistant Director, ACMRS

Raleigh’s Lost New World

ACMRS Distinguished Lecture in Renaissance Studies

Presented by Paul R. Sellin
Distinguished Research Professor at UCLA

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at 6:00pm
Pima Auditorium 230
ASU Memorial Union, Tempe Campus
Free and open to the public

6:00-6:30pm – Refreshments served
6:30-7:30pm – Lecture
7:30-8:00pm – Q&A

Birdman of Assisi: Art and the Apocalyptic in the Andes

How Art, Religion, Legends and Political Conflict Are Represented in Jaime Lara’s New Book

A Public Symposium presented by
ACMRS, HRC, Bilingual Press, & the Labriola Center
Featuring Jaime Lara, Research Professor, ACMRS and HRC

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 6:00pm
Labriola National American Indian Data Center
2nd Floor, Hayden Library, ASU Tempe Campus

Free and open to the public ~ Refreshments will be served

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