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  • On September 25th, guest lecturer Sara Lipton will be speaking about "Women in Medieval Art."

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  • In it, he compares the status of Jews in Medieval Europe, Chinese expatriates in the rest of SE Asia, Blacks/Mestizos/Mulattos in Brazil, Blacks of foreign birth in the U.S., and Blacks natively-born in the U.S., as well as the Tamils in Sri Lanka and Blacks in apartheid South Africa.

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  • So, I am now working on my own fantasy series, one set in Medieval Europe with a high-fantasy feel.

    R.I.P. Kage Baker

  • Alaric Hall, a lecturer in Medieval English Literature at the University of Leeds, delves into the sources that mention or reference elves, or ælfe, looking not just at texts and writings from Britain, but also Scandinavia and mainland Europe to find similarities and linkages in these references.

    2010 March 14 « The BookBanter Blog

  • This is not research in Medieval incunabulae – there is an abundance of first-rate and detailed writing on this period.

    Matthew Yglesias » Cold War Hawks and the Soviet Economy

  • A show next year looking at devotion in Medieval Europe will be followed in 2012 by one about the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, the hajj.

    Book of the Dead Comes To Life At British Museum

  • Fourth, you seem to be assuming that everyone fighting out there in Medieval Land had a knight's gear and experience.

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  • Feb. 13: "Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics and Devotion in Medieval Europe" 130 works exploring reliquaries, containers for bodily remains, often decorated with gold, silver and gems.

    A sampling from area museum exhibits

  • Nov. 6: "Beasts on Parchment: Picturing Animals in Medieval Manuscripts" Creatures that fill the pages of medieval books and how medieval societies felt about them.

    A sampling from area museum exhibits

  • The 150-work "Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe" borrows pieces from the Louvre, New York 's Metropolitan Museum of Art and the pope' s private chapel at the Vatican to explore the importance of relics in the development of Christianity — and the history of art.

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