"Catherine the Great and the Theater of Power"

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Public Programs Series presents:
"Fearless Females: Audacious and Feisty Women of the Middle Ages and Renaissance"
To learn more about this new series and other public programs that are offered by ACMRS, click here to visit our Public Programs Page.

"The Lady as Lord in the Crusader States"

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Public Programs Series presents:
"Fearless Females: Audacious and Feisty Women of the Middle Ages and Renaissance"
To learn more about this new series and other public programs that are offered by ACMRS, click here to visit our Public Programs Page.
"The Lady as Lord in the Crusader States"
Presented by Sharan Newman, Acclaimed Author and Medievalist
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Click here to view the flyer for this event:
Event Flyer

Opening the Geese Book Launch Event

You are invited to the launch of Opening the Geese Book
When:
November 27, 2012, 8 AM
Where:
Institute for Humanities Research, Arizona State University, SS 109
Click here to view the flyer for the event: Opening the Geese Book
Explore:
Free-access online to the Geese Book, an illuminated manuscript completed in 1510 for the church of St. Lorenz in Nuremberg, today in the New York, Pierpont Morgan Library in New York

Prato Study Abroad Info Meeting

Don't miss out on this great opportunity! (Open to undergraduate and graduate students) There is still time to apply for Prato – bring all your questions and a friend!
We will have Kyle Rausch from the ASU Study Abroad Office will be there as well to answer application and financial aid questions.
The application deadline is March 1, 2013 so there's no time to lose!
Hope to see you there!
Questions? Visit the Prato Page on our website for more information or email Kendra.TerBeek@asu.edu.

Celebrating Italy: Festivals and Celebrations

Professor Falassi, an eminent Folklorist and Antropologist from Italy will talk about events celebrated in Italy through the centuries, some of them dating back to the Middle Ages. A short video and discussion will follow the talk.
Click here to see the EVENT FLYER
For more information
Contact: Pier Baldini
Email:
PBaldini@asu.edu
Website: School of International Letters and Cultures

ASU Homecoming Block Party

HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
ALL Lords and Ladies
THROUGHOUT THE REALM
Join us along with other good people in our realm
to celebrate ASU’s Homecoming with ACMRS!

‘Beowulf’ in the mead hall

Join us for this epic event from 1-5 p.m. (come and go as necessary). We’ll read ‘Beowulf’ in Old and Modern English from start to finish. Bring your own copy of ‘Beowulf’ or borrow one at the event. Mead-hall feast for participants to run concurrently. Coordinated by Assistant Professor of English Heather Maring and co-sponsored by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS).
Free of charge and open to the public!

"Princesses, Courtesans, and Warrior Women: Italian Renaissance Women in Fantasy and Reality"

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Public Programs Series presents:
"Fearless Females: Audacious and Feisty Women of the Middle Ages and Renaissance"
To learn more about this new series and other public programs that are offered by ACMRS, click here to visit our Public Programs Page.
"Princesses, Courtesans, and Warrior Women: Italian Renaissance Women in Fantasy and Reality"
Presented by Ian Moulton, Professor of English, School of Letters & Sciences at ASU
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Distinguished Lecture in Medieval Studies

Presented by Kimberly Marshall, Patricia and Leonard Goldman Endowed Professor of Organ, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

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