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The Second Annual UCSB Medieval Studies
Graduate Student Conference
Passions in the Middle Ages

Saturday, 19 April 2003
Centennial House
Plenary Speaker: Barbara Rosenwein, Loyola University


Morning Panel:

Nicole Archambeau
Department of History
"‘Spiritual Consolation’: Seeking External Aid for Inner Passions"

Zia Isola
Department of English
"No Passion, Please: Desire and Restraint in Chretien’s Perceval"

Heidi Marx-Wolf
Department of History
"Disordered Passions: Records of Madness in Medieval Canonization Processes"


Barbara Rosenwein
Department of History, Loyola University, Chicago
"Passions at Court in Merovingian Gaul"

Afternoon Panel:

Corinne Wieben
Department of History
"Carissima Domina Mater: Verdiana da Castelfiorentino as Civic Saint"

Mitzi Kirkland Ives
Department of Art History
"Lijdens Christi and Flemish Medelijden— The Passion Narrative in Fifteenth-Century Visual Culture"

Bethanie Petersen
Department of History
"The Relics of the Passion and the Veronica in France at the Time of Louis IX"
This event has been generously co-sponsored by Graduate Division.

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First Annual UCSB Spring Graduate Student Conference (2002)


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