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Tuesday, February 16

4:30pm Medieval Studies Joëlle Rollo-Koster U Rhode Island eligo...,volo...,mando...,lego...: Medieval Provençales Testaments/Wills as 'Ego-Documents' 106 McCormick

Wednesday, February 17

4:30pm Italian Studies Eugenio Refini Johns Hopkins Enchanting Songs: The Voice of the Siren in Early Modern Opera 106 McCormick

Thursday, March 3

4:30pm Medieval Studies Laurence de Looze U Western Ontario Frustrating Autobiography: Narrative Identity and the Construction of Self in the Fourteenth Century 010 East Pyne
4:30pm Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities Paul Chan artist Odysseus as Artist Betts Auditorium

Monday, March 7

5:30pm Italian Studies Alessandro Giammei Society of Fellows, Princeton Christ, Chemistry, Curdled Cheese, and the Caravaggians 010 East Pyne

Wednesday, March 9

4:30pm Program in the Ancient World Jonathan Prag Oxford Ancient World 010 East Pyne
4:30pm Digital Humanities Andrew Piper Whitney J. Oates Fellow in the Council of the Humanities Computation and the Novel 106 McCormick
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