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.
Join three OU professors as they discuss the causes and impact of the medieval plague known as the Black Death.
Professor Sullivan shared his experience walking the Camino de Santiago, also known as the "Way of Saint James."
Dr. Panxhi will discuss the origin stories of medieval werewolves.
The first zoom lecture will be held on Friday, Jan. 29, and will explore how Tolkien built the Middle Earth out of his own fascination with language and medieval texts and history – mixed with his personal experiences fighting on the Somme in World War I.