Below is the schedule of the Medieval Seminar and other lectures and events of interest to the Upper Valley medievalist community.  If you have a lecture, conference, or event scheduled that you would like posted here, please email [email protected].


April 15-16, 2016.
Conference: Realisms and Idealism in Italy 1300-2016.  Keynote speaker: Maurizio Viroli.  For more information, see this notice.

April 20, 2016.
Zygmunt Baranski, Notre Dame, "Dante's Florentine Education". 4:00-5:00 PM.  105 Dartmouth Hall.

April 20, 2016
Medieval Seminar Wednesday. 5:15PM. 125 Haldeman.
Michelle Clarke. Government Department. Dartmouth College. "Machiavelli's Virtuous Princes."

April 27, 2016.
4:00 P.M. Carson L01. Public Lecture.

Jay Rubenstein. Alvin and Sally Beaman Professor of History. University of Tennessee.
"Nebuchadnezzar's Dream: Prophecy and Crusade in Twelfth Century Europe."
Sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities.

April 27-29, 2016.
Symposium: “Liturgy in the Holy Land: Ritual, Ideology, and Religious Life in the Crusade States.”
Contact [email protected] for details.

May 18, 2016
Medieval Seminar Wednesday. 5:15PM. 125 Haldeman.
Stephen Nichols. Johns Hopkins.  “The Trouble with Castration: The City of God & The Romance of the Rose.”





November 19, 2016

New England Medieval Conference

Dartmouth is delighted to be hosting the annual meeting of the NEMC on November 19.  The theme this year is "Lives and Afterlives in the Middle Ages."  Our keynote speaker is Paul Freedman, the Chester D. Tripp Professor of History at Yale University. 

Proposals of ca. 400 words can be sent to [email protected], by July 15.  For more information, visit