Medieval and Early Modern Centre: Events

Medieval and Early Modern Centre: Events

Tibetan Hagiographies as Sources for the Study of History? Embedded Texts and their Function in a 16th Century Hagiography
Dr Jim Rheingans, (Buddhist Studies, University of Sydney)
Wednesday 25 October from 4-5.30pm
Kevin Lee Room, Quadrangle Building, Level 6

Music through the Eyes: On Music Iconography
Antonio Baldassarre (Lucerne)
Monday 30 October, 1-2 pm
Fisher Library Seminar Room Level 2


Foresight and Advice in Beowulf: How to make good decisions in the Heroic Age
Dr Erin Sebo (Lecturer in Medieval Literature , Flinders University)
Thursday 2 November, 4-5 pm
Rogers Room, Level 3, John Woolley Building A20


The Medieval and Early Modern Centre invites you to a lunchtime lecture

Celtic Influence on English, for, against, and/or why not?
Professor Anders Ahlqvist (University of Sydney)

Monday 13 November 2017, at 12 noon
Woolley Common Room N480, Level 4, John Woolley Building A20

Please note:

Anders’ lecture will include a light lunch. RSVP (for catering purposes: acceptances only) by Monday 6 November 2017 to the MEMC Information Co-ordinator Dr Penny Nash: