Who was Spain's Alfonso X (1252-84) and Why Did People Remember Him for Hundreds of Years after His Death?, Friday, Nov. 5th

"Who was Spain's Alfonso X (1252-84) and Why Did People Remember Him for Hundreds of Years after His Death?" presented by Professor Luis Cortest, Dept. of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma (Zoom available)

Shakespeare's Libels, Friday, Oct. 1st

"Shakespeare's Libels" presented by Professor Joseph Mansky, English Department, University of Oklahoma (Zoom available)

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.)

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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