November 18: Duane J. Osheim, Professor of History, Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia: "Saving the Community in the Age of the Black Death." Northen Auditorium, 7:00 PM. Co-sponsored by MRST and the History Department.
February 7: Barbara A. Hanawalt, King George III Professor of History, Ohio State University; President, Medieval Academy of America: "The Role of Official Space in Law Enforcement in Medieval London." Northen Auditorium, 12:00 noon. Co-sponsored by MRST and the Center for Law and History.
March 7: David Bergeron, Professor of English, University of Kansas: "Shakespeare in the Closet." Lenfest Center, Johnson Theater, 7:00 PM. Co-sponsored by the Theater Department and the University Lecturers Fund.
March 10: Daniel E. Bornstein, Professor of History, Texas A&M University: "Holy Bodies, Sacred Flesh: Relics, Ascetics, Living Saints." Northen Auditorium, 7:00 PM. Co-sponsored by MRST and the History Department.
MRST Luncheons (held at noon in the Chavis Room of the Elrod Commons):
September 24: Professor Mike Smitka, Economics Department, W&L, presenting on his research in the comparative economic history of medieval Europe and Japan.
November 19: Professor Duane J. Osheim, History Department, U.VA, presenting on his experience writing a Western Civilization textbook.
February 8: Professor Barbara A. Hanawalt, History Department, Ohio State, presenting on her experience as President of the Medieval Academy of America.
March 11: Professor Daniel E. Bornstein, History Department, Texas A&M, presenting on his experience working in the ecclesiastical archives of medieval Cortona, Italy.
April 29: Professor Kathleen Schowalter, Department of Art, presenting on the Psalter of Blanche of Castile and medieval Queenship.
May 18: Ricky Busby, MRST major, presenting on his Senior Honors Thesis on the Chapel of St. Martin at Assisi.