Wednesday, February 09, 2011

From hagiography to Hitler: Medieval Research Centre public lectures at the University of Leicester

A series of public lectures on a wide variety of medieval topics this term presents a fine example of ‘Middle Ages spread’.

The Medieval Research Centre here at Leicester is an interdepartmental collaboration between four Departments within our College of Arts, Humanities and Law. In February and March the Centre presents a series of four public lectures by visiting speakers on topics that range from the influence of medieval thought on the Third Reich to the hagiographic work of Caesarius of Heisterbach.

Click here to read this article from the University of Leicester