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Geoffrey Chaucer

Medieval & Renaissance Research Seminar

The Medieval & Renaissance Research Seminar, or MRRS, is an initiative of faculty and graduate students to host special lectures that allow scholars to share literary and cultural research. Recent events include lectures on Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus, personalized editions of Chaucer from the middle ages, and medieval influences in the writing of C. S. Lewis.

Please join us for an upcoming event!

Spring 2014 Schedule

Beth Barr, Baylor History Department

February 21, 2:30

"Feminizing God's Word?: A Comparison of Biblical References in Medieval, Reformation, and Post-Reformation English Sermons"

Mikeal Parsons and Heidi Hornik, Baylor Religion & Art Departments

April 24, 2:30

"The Acts of the Apostles in Renaissance Art"


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