A Dynasty of Saints

Presented by Jessica C. Brown
PhD Candidate, ASU Department of English

ACMRS Award Winner Lecture & Brown Bag

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 | 12:00-1:00pm
Lattie F. Coor Hall, room 4403 | ASU Tempe Campus
Free and open to the public
Parking is available in Lot 20 (pay per space) for $3/hour

Affiliate Spotlight: Ryan Naughton

Dr. Ryan Naughton is a medievalist whose research focuses on knighthood and chivalry in Middle English romances, with special emphasis on knightly identity construction and natural nobility. He routinely presents his work at national and international conferences and has published an article entitled “Peace, Justice and Retinue-Building in Malory’s ‘The Tale of Sir Gareth of Orkney’” (Arthurian Literature, vol.

The Wine Porters of Northern Italy

Searching for the Lost Memory of a Metier and its Patron Saint, 1200-1900

Presented by Lester K. Little

Dwight W. Morrow Professor Emeritus of History and a senior fellow of the Kahn Liberal Arts Institute at Smith College

ACMRS Scholar Series Lecture

Medieval Queens of the Americas

Elite Maya Women Building Dynasties in the Classic Period

Presented by Karrie Porter Brace
Chief Exhibits Curator, ASU Libraries

ACMRS Scholar Series Lecture & Brown Bag

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 | 12:30-1:30pm
Lattie F. Coor Hall, Room 4403 | ASU Tempe Campus
Free and open to the public
Parking is available in Lot 20 (pay per space) for $3/hour

The Story of the Grail

Presented by Liz Warren
Faculty Director, SMCC Storytelling Institute

ACMRS Scholar Series Lecture & Brown Bag

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 | 12:30-1:30pm
Lattie F. Coor Hall, room 4403 | ASU Tempe Campus
Free and open to the public
Parking is available in Lot 20 (pay per space) for $3/hour

Affiliate Spotlight: Anne M. O'Donnell

“A Traveling Scholar”

By Anne M. O’Donnell, S.N.D. de Namur

Circumpolar Medieval Historical Fiction

The Intriguing Case of Bagwyn Book’s The Devourer of Gods: Viking Magic in the New World

By Dr. Sharonah Fredrick, Assistant Director, ACMRS

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