"Sisters of the Blood: Daoist Women in the Late Tang Dynasty Court"

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.

"Sexual Sirens: Mayan and Andean Goddesses in Renaissance Latin American Literature”

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.

"Queen Anne Boleyn and Lady Leicester: Wicked Women of Tudor England"

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.

Teaching Medieval Art in the Age of Multiculturalism

ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, SCHOOL OF ART presents:
"Teaching Medieval Art in the Age of Multiculturalism"
Guest Lecture by Nancy Wu, Education Director for the Cloisters (the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe) for ARS 394 Castles and Crusades
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 6:00 PM
Durham Language & Literature Bldg. (LL2) - Event Map
Reception to follow, sponsored by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC on the ASU Tempe campus

"The Widow, the Prince, and the Book: How Christine de Pizan Rewrote History"

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Public Programs Series presents:
"Fearless Females: Audacious and Uppity 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

PhD Defense by Bryan VanGinhoven

Committee: Rosalynn Voaden (chair), Robert Sturges, and Richard Newhauser.
ABSTRACT:

Night of the Open Door at ASU

Step in and explore! Arizona State University welcomes you to an exciting evening of activities and events from 5-9 p.m. on Saturday, March 3. Join us as we celebrate the sciences, engineering, humanities, arts and the breadth of innovation on ASU’s Tempe campus.
Discover the creative energy that powers a world-class university. Teenagers, children, parents, neighbors and entrepreneurs can come into our laboratories, living collections, museums, and participate in artistic performances, talks and hands-on activities.

ACMRS Outstanding Graduate Student Lecture: Alaya Swann

ACMRS Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award-Winner: Alaya Swann
Alaya Swann, ASU graduate student in English will be presenting her award-winning paper at ASU before she goes to the Medieval Congress at Western Michigan University to present at the Medieval Institute in May.

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