Anne Askew, Henry VIII's Last Martyr

OU English Department professor and noted Oklahoma writer Rilla Askew, author of novels, stories, and nonfiction, will speak about the connection between Henry VIII and Anne Askew, the heroine of Prof. Askew’s latest novel, Prize for the Fire.

Scrapbooking in the 15th Century: Or How to Play the Game of Love

Professor Cindy Rogers of Oklahoma State University Department of English presents “Scrapbooking in the 15th Century: Or How to Play the Game of Love” Friday, Nov. 4th, 6:15pm at the Central Norman Public Library.  Also available on Zoom. 

Assassinating the Medici: Violence as Political Protest

Professor Jane Wickersham of the OU History Dept. presents "Assasinating the Medici: Violence as Political Protest" Friday, September 16th, 6:15pm at the Central Norman Public Library.  Also available on Zoom.

Household Magic and Marvels in Medieval England

Chelsea Silva of Oklahoma Statue University presents “Household Magic and Marvels in Medieval England” Friday April 8th at the Central Norman Public Library.  Also available on Zoom.

Medievalist Obsessions in 19th Century French Art, March 4th

Erinn Gavaghann of the University of Oklahoma presents "Medievalist Obsessions in 19th Century French Art" Friday March 4th at the Central Norman Public Library.  Also available on Zoom.

Benjamin of Tudela: The Jewish Marco Polo

Professor Jacob Lackner of Oklahoma State University in Oklahoma City presents "Benjamin of Tudela: The Jewish Marco Polo" (Zoom only due to weather & road conditions)

“Victorian Medievalism and the Pleasure of the Past”, Friday Dec. 3rd

Professor Justin Sider of the University of Oklahoma English Department presents "Victorian Medievalism and the Pleasure of the Past" (Zoom available)

 

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