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Elizabeth Casteen and Robert Lerner

Elizabeth Casteen, Binghamton University

Elizabeth Casteen, Binghamton University

Saturday, November 13, 2010
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Medieval Intellectual History Seminar

The Medieval Intellectual History Seminar meets four times a year to hear and discuss two papers each time, usually one by a graduate student and one by a senior scholar.

“Philadelphia Story: Another Look at Marguerite Porete’s ‘Accomplice,’ Guiard of Cressonessart”

Robert Lerner, Northwestern University

“An ‘Especially Good Friend’ to Saints: The Reputational Redemption of Johanna I of Naples, c. 1365 - 1378”

Elizabeth Casteen, Northwestern University (now at Binghamton University)

Organized by Raymond Clemens, Illinois State University, and John Van Engen, University of Notre Dame.

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Learn more about the Center for Renaissance Studies’ Medieval Intellectual History Seminar.