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Saturday, December 3, 2016, 8:00pm, Duke Rare Music Concert
Nelson Music Room, East Duke Building, east campus
Sam Breen and Jeff Noonan, with Samantha Arten
"Performance by Musicke's Cordes" [more]

Thursday, December 8, 2016, 7:30pm, Joint Meeting of Conversions Working Group, Kenan Ethics, and Council for European Studies
Ahmadieh Family Conference Room, 101 West Duke Building, east campus
Sarah Beckwith (English, CMRS), Luke Bretherton (Divinity, Ethics), Laura Lieber (German/Judaic Studies), Mark Chaves (Sociology/Religious Studies/Divinity), Martin Eisner (Romance Studies/CMRS)
"Panel Discussion on "Conversions" in Current Faculty Research" [more]

Friday, December 9, 2016, 7:00pm, Duke Collegium Musicum
Goodson Chapel, Divinity School, west campus
Samantha Arten, Director
"The Sounds of the Reformations" [more]

Friday, February 24, 2017, 12:00pm, North Carolina Colloquium in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
UNC campus
Conference participants
"Topic TBA" [more]
















READ THE DUKE TODAY SPOTLIGHT ON MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES



A JOE AND NANCY MYSTERY: THE BOOK WITH FLAPS


Watch this short movie made by gradua ate students in the Program for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, in which graduate student detectives, Joe and Nancy, solve the case of the missing Renaissance anatomical flap book.


GREAT HOUSES MAKE NOT MEN HOLY:
MENDICANT ARCHITECTURE IN MEDIEVAL OXFORD


A video written and produced by Jim Knowles and Michal Koszycki
Watch on YouTube!