SPRING LECTURE SERIES
Presented annually, the IMS Spring Lecture Series is interdisciplinary, regularly incorporating lectures on music, art history, science, history, and literature. The aim is to supplement and enhance curricular offerings. Because of its thematic organization, we look upon the lecture series as a mini-course, designed for public consumption. This series is free and open to the public.
William Paden, Northwestern University
"Passion and Restraint: Love among the Lawless"
George Greenia, College of William & Mary
"Enduring Love in Medieval Romance"
Bonnie Wheeler, Southern Methodist University
"Heloise and the Passions of Reason"
William Levitan, Grand Valley State University
"Singing of Love in the Middle Ages"
Elizabeth Aubrey, University of Iowa
"Love and Dalliance in Medieval Music"
Concert by the UNM Early Music Ensemble, directed by Colleen Sheinberg
"In and Out of the Marital Bed: Picturing Marital Sex from the Arnolfinis to Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton"
Diane Wolfthal, Rice University