Agricola and religious diversity
|When:||We 05-10-2016 14:00 - 18:00|
|Where:||Oude Boteringestraat 38, room 253|
Prof. dr. Miri Rubin (QMUL) will teach a masterclass for PhD- and (RE)MA-students and give a lecture for Agricola. Her innovative research has introduced new approaches to the study of social relations in the predominantly religious cultures of medieval Europe. Primarily, she studiedthe message of Christian charity as practised in medieval communities; the meanings of the arch-sacrament, the Eucharist; and the new narratives about Jews, which turned into public social dramas.In her work, sheseeks to understand issues of identity, community, and gender, the boundaries of cooperation and the threat of violence.
14.00-16.00 Masterclass for PhD students and REMAs “Diversity in medieval cities”, please register before September 5th at firstname.lastname@example.org
16.30-18.00 “The birth of the child murder accusation against Jews, associated with the Vita et passio Willelmi Norwicensis”.