Medieval and Renaissance Faculty Forum 
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The Medieval and Renaissance Faculty Forum will provide an opportunity for faculty members and senior graduate students to present their current research, works in progress, or conference papers to other scholars in the LSU community that are interested in Medieval or Renaissance issues.

The goal of establishing the Faculty Forum is to promote interdisciplinary discussion and faculty research development on the LSU campus.  The Faculty Forum has been scheduled monthly on Wednesday at 4:30 pm, in Coates Hall, Rm. 212.

If you are an LSU faculty member or graduate student and you would like to present a paper in the forum, please contact Kirstin Noreen at

 Scheduled Speakers 

Maribel Dietz
Department of History
"Hagiography and Monasticism in Early Medieval Galicia"
March 8, 2006
4:30 p.m., 155 Coates

Kirstin Noreen
School of Art
"Focusing on the Medieval Cult Image: The Case of Santa Maria in Aracoeli"
March 29, 2006
4:30 p.m., 155 Coates

Robert Hamm
Department of English
April 26, 2006
4:30 p.m., 155 Coates


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