Past Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic

Past Seminars

Friday, April 29, 2005
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Sloth, Idleness, and Witchcraft in Renaissance Thought and ArtJennifer Lewis, University of Kentucky (now at Boston University)
Friday, December 3, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Prince Carlo Gesualdo Battles the Witches: The Evolving Attitudes of Church and State toward Prosecuting WitchcraftAnnibale Cogliano, Liceo Scientifico Calitri, Italy
Friday, November 19, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Magic and Superstitution in the Fifteenth CenturyMichael D. Bailey, Iowa State University
Friday, May 21, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Occult Manuscripts and Everyday Knowledge in Ancient ChinaDonald Harper, University of Chicago
Friday, March 5, 2004
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Mythologies of Witchcraft in the Fifteenth CenturyRichard Kieckhefer, Northwestern University
Friday, May 9, 2003
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Commanding Voices and Sights “Full of Terror”: Witch-Speak at Court on the Jacobean StageKaty Stavreva, Cornell College
Friday, January 31, 2003
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Entangled Knowledge: Medicine and the Occult in de Lancre, Paré, and FuretièreHarriet Stone, Washington University in St. Louis
Friday, October 4, 2002
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Francis Bacon, Imagination, and the Monarchy of MagicTodd Butler, University of Tennessee-Martin (now at Washington State University)
Friday, April 26, 2002
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Representations of Evil and the Devil in Colonial Amerindian DocumentsRocio Quispe-Agnoli, Michigan State University
Friday, September 28, 2001
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Magic as a Liberal ArtJohn Friedman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, emeritus
Friday, May 11, 2001
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
How Charming is Divine Philosophy! Music, Magic, and Thought in Milton’s MaskeStephen Buhler, University of Nebraska
Friday, February 9, 2001
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Painting Devils and Melancholic Witches: Early Modern Demonology and FantasiaClaudia Swan, Northwestern University
Friday, October 20, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Signs of Power: Cornelius Agrippa and the Semiotics of MagicChristopher I. Lehrich, Boston University
Friday, April 7, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Medical Astrology and Astral Talismans at Montpellier in the Later Middle AgesRalph Drayton, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Friday, February 25, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
Music and MagicMary Springfels, Director, The Newberry Consort (now emerita)
Friday, January 14, 2000
Seminars on Medieval and Early Modern Magic
The World’s Ceremonies: Natural and Unnatural Language According to De incantionibus seu ensalmis by Emanuel do Valle de Moura, 1620Armando Maggi, University of Chicago