2021 Virtual Lecture Series

Join us for a free virtual lecture series hosted on Zoom and led by esteemed University of Oklahoma professors!

The pandemic may have knocked us back for one semester, but medievalists don’t give up easily! We are happy to return with an array of our greatest hits, plus a special panel discussion on the Black Death.

Special Events


Medieval Fair to Host Virtual Extravaganza, April 9-11

Medieval Fair will host its first-ever Food-to-Go Spectacular and Virtual Extravaganza April 9-11 in an effort to give a taste of the fair to those who look forward to making the annual pilgrimage to Norman each spring for three days of food, fun and family.

Medieval Fair to Host Food-to-Go Event, April 9-11

Medieval Fair will host its first-ever Food-to-Go Spectacular and Virtual Extravaganza April 9-11 in an effort to give a taste of the fair to those who look forward to making the annual pilgrimage to Norman each spring for three days of food, fun and family.

Lecture Series


Medieval Music for Praying, Courting, and Dancing, Friday, Sept. 3

"Medieval Music for Praying, Courting, and Dancing" presented by Professor Jennifer Saltzstein, Musicology Department, University of Oklahoma (Zoom available but only at the time of the lecture.)

Medieval Werewolves: Monsters Often Misunderstood, Friday, April 30

Dr. Panxhi will discuss the origin stories of medieval werewolves.

Walking the Medieval Camino de Santiago in the 21st Century, Friday, March 26

Professor Sullivan shared his experience walking the Camino de Santiago, also known as the "Way of Saint James."

 

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