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SPRING SEMESTER 2017 EVENTS

Wed. Feb. 15, 7:00-9:00pm: Medieval Movie Night – A Knight's Tale:
Arnold Hall 113, Main Campus Co-sponsored by CSU History and Geography Club!

Thurs. Feb. 23, 12:30pm: The Righteous Ruler: Lessons from the Medieval Islamic Literary Tradition on Good Governance
A Lecture and Discussion with Dr. Ryan Lynch Schwob Memorial Library, Main Campus

Wed. March 8, 7:00pm-9:00pm: Medieval Movie Night: Islam, The Empire of Reason:
Arnold Hall 113, Main Campus Co-sponsored by CSU History and Geography Club!

Thurs. March 30: Lecture on Gothic Cathedral Architecture by Dr. Jennifer Feltman:
Location and Time TBA This event is organized and sponsored by the CSU Art Department.

Sunday, April 2: Fieldtrip to the Atlanta Shakespeare Tavern to see The Canterbury Tales:
A free CSU bus will take all the participants to and from the Tavern. We are asking everyone who wants to attend to buy their tickets online in advance (ASAP!) to ensure that reservations are secure and seats don't get sold out - Tickets are $17 for educators and students.  Dinner is served at the tavern. The website where tickets can be purchased is www.shakespearetavern.com.  There is limited room, so please remember to contact and reserve your place on the bus with Dr Godlove. Email: godlove_shannon@columbusstate.edu. Departure Location: Davidson Bus stop – 2:30pm. 

Tues. April 11, 12:30-1:30pm: "Languages Out Loud: Carson McCullers in Other Words"
Schwob Memorial Library, Main Campus Lunch provided! A Public Reading Event Co-Sponsored by CSU Library Archives!

FALL SEMESTER 2016 EVENTS

September 25: a Trip to the Shakespeare Tavern:
Join us for a viewing of Ben Jonson's Volpone. Co-sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta.
We will meet to leave by bus at the Davidson Center Shuttle Stop at 2:00pm. Tickets are $14.00 for students. For those attending, please order tickets online at http://www.shakespearetavern.com/ and send the confirmation to Dr. Godlove at godlove_shannon@columbusstate.edu

Wednesday Oct. 19, 1492 Renaissance Movie Night
We'll be watching Ridley Scott's 1492, along with a discussion led by Dr. Bobby Nixon at 6:30pm.
Arnold Hall, room 113.

Thursday November 10, Everyman, Medieval Drama and the Denial of Death: 
A guest lecture by Elizabeth Keim Harper, (Mercer University) at 12:30pm in the Riverside Theatre Complex's Studio Theatre.
The corner of 10th street and Bay Avenue.

Thursday November 10, Everyman Group Viewing:
The CSU Theatre Department's production of Everyman! The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program will be attending a 7:00pm showing. There are 20 seats available for our group, so please contact Dr. Godlove by November 1st to reserve seats.
Riverside Theatre Complex, on 10th street and Bay Avenue

Saturday Dec. 3, Color Me Medieval!:
From 12:30-1:30pm, students are welome to enjoy a stress relieving Medieval coloring session with snacks, just in time for finals!
In the RiverPark Student Activities Center.

SPRING SEMESTER 2016 EVENTS

Wednesday, Feb. 3, 7:00-9:00pm: Medieval Movie Night - Secret of Kells
Spencer Event Hall - Center for International Education (Main Campus)

Friday, Feb. 19, 3:00pm: Medieval and Renaissance Studies Faculty Meeting
Woodall Hall - Hunt Library Room (Main Campus)

Thursday, March 10, 7:00-9:00pm: Renaissance Movie Night - Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Spencer Event Hall - Center for Internatioal Education (Main Campus)

Wednesday, March 30, 12:00-1:00pm: Medieval and Renaissance Studies Lecture - Dr. Charles Ward presents "Illuminating Medieval Manuscripts - A Demonstration"
Schwob Library Forum
Co-sponsored by Department of English, Department of History and Geography, and CSU History and Geography Club

Tuesday, April 12, 12:30-1:30: "Languages Out Loud": Schwob Memorial Library, (Main Campus)
Lunch Provided!
A Public Reading Event for National Library Week.
Co-Sponsored by the CSU Library Achives!

 

FALL SEMESTER 2015 EVENTS


Wednesday, Sept. 16, 7:00-9:00pm
- Medieval Movie Night: Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Spencer Event Hall, Center for International Education (Main Campus)

Sunday, Sept. 27, 7:30-8:30pm - Baroque Music Ensemble Performance
Legacy Hall, RiverCenter for the Arts, 900 Broadway (Free)

Friday, Oct. 9, 3:00-4:00pm - Medieval and Renaissance Studies Pedagogy Workshop
Foundation Conference Room, One Arsenal/Yancey (RiverPark Campus)

Wednesday, Oct. 28, 7:00-9:00pm - Renaissance Movie Night: Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing
Spencer Event Hall, Center for International Education (Main Campus)

Sunday, Nov. 8, 11:30am-10pm - Field Trip to "Habsburg Splendor" Exhibit at the High Museum and Performance of Shakespeare's The Tempest at the Atlanta Shakespeare Tavern
Limited seats available. Please RSVP to Dr. Shannon Godlove at godlove_shannon@columbusstate.edu by October 8 to ensure your seat on the bus

Nov. 13 & 14 at 7:30pm and Sunday Nov. 15 at 4:00pm - Purcell's Opera Dido and Aeneas
Studio Theatre, RiverCenter for the Arts, 900 Broadway ($20)

SPRING SEMESTER 2015 EVENTS

January 28-31 at 7:30pm & February 1 at 2:00pm: Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing

A Dramatic Production by CSU Department of Theatre - General Admission Riverside Theatre Complex - Blackbox Theatre (6 West 10th Street, Columbus 31901)

Tues. Feb. 17, 7:00-9:00pm: Medieval Movie Night – Timeline

Spencer Event Hall, Center for International Education, Main Campus

Co-sponsored by CSU History and Geography Club!

From IMDB.com: "A group of archaeological students become trapped in the past when they go there to

retrieve their professor. The group must survive in 14th century France long enough to be rescued."

Fri. Feb. 27, 3:00pm: Medieval & Renaissance Pedagogy Workshop

Faculty Common Room, Tucker Hall, Main Campus

For CSU Faculty Only. Topic: "Performance as Pedagogy."

Thurs. March 5, 4:30pm-11:00pm: Atlanta Shakespeare Tavern Fieldtrip – Winter's Tale

A free CSU bus will take all the participants to and from the Tavern. We are asking everyone who wants to attend

to buy their tickets online in advance (ASAP!) to ensure that reservations are secure and seats don't get sold out -

Tickets are $15 for educators and students. Dinner is served at the tavern. The website where tickets can be

purchased is www.shakespearetavern.com. There is limited room, so please remember to contact and reserve your

place on the bus with Dr. Patrick McHenry at

mchenry_patrick@columbusstate.edu. Departure Location TBA

Wed. April 1, 6:00pm: Medieval & Renaissance Get-Together

Carson McCuller's House, 1519 Stark Ave., Columbus 31906

Whan that Aprille...Join CSU Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Students and Faculty for a fun, social get-together and game night!

Wed. April 8, 7:00-9:00pm: Medieval Movie Night –

The King's Skeleton: Richard III Revealed

Spencer Event Hall, Center for International Education,

Main Campus Co-sponsored by CSU History and Geography Club

Wed. April 15, 12:30-1:30pm: "Languages Out Loud: The Classics in their Own Words"

Schwob Memorial Library, Main Campus – Lunch provided!

A Public Reading Event Co-Sponsored by CSU Library Archives!

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Fall 2014 Campus and Regional Events

Fri., Sept. 5, 3:00pm: Medieval & Renaissance Studies Faculty Meeting

Hunt Department Library Room, Woodall Hall, Main Campus

Wed., Sept. 17, 7-9:00pm: Medieval Movie Night – Beowulf and Grendel

Spencer Event Hall, Center for International Education, Main Campus. A movie loosely based on the epic Beowulf. Come prepared for a night of fun and adventure!

Fri., Oct. 3, 3:00pm: Medieval & Ren. Studies Pedagogy Workshop for CSU Faculty

Faculty Common Room, Tucker Hall, Main Campus

Tues. Oct. 28, 7-9:00pm: Medieval Movie Night – The Reckoning

Spencer Event Hall, Center for International Education, Main Campus. A movie based in 14th century England follows an acting troupe and their newest member, a monk, to a village were their acting may save the life of a young girl accused of murder and witchcraft

Nov. 7-8, 7:30pm: Performances of Ben Jonson's Renaissance Masque News from the New World, Discovered on the Moon

Riverside Theatre, RiverPark Campus. Come support your local medieval enthusiasts act out the quirky News from the New World, Discovered on the Moon, accompanied by song, dance, and lots of laughs.

Sat. Nov. 8, 10am-5:00pm: Georgia Medievalists' Group

114 Yancey Center at One Arsenal, RiverPark Campus. A one-day research symposium featuring presentations from scholars in Medieval Studies from across the state of Georgia and the Deep South.

Sat. Nov. 15: Make a Joyful Noise: Renaissance Art and Music at Florence Cathedral Field Trip to High Museum in Atlanta for Exhibit and Performance

Departure time and location TBA. An exhibit featuring the marble panels by Luca della Robia from Florence's Cathedral, beautiful illuminated choir books, and accompanied by live concerts and recitals.

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Spring 2014 Campus and Regional Events

Fri. January 24, 10:13-11:20am : River Center for Performing Arts 1717, RiverPark Campus

Renaissance Music Master Class with guest artist Pat Peterson

Fri. January 24, 1:40pm : River Center for Performing Arts 1714, RiverPark Campus

Renaissance and Regency English Country Dancing Hands-On Presentation with guest artist Pat Peterson

Fri. January 31, 3:00-4:00pm : Faculty Common Room, Tucker Hall, Main Campus

Spring 2014 Medieval and Renaissance Studies Faculty Meeting

Tues. February 11, 7:00-9:00pm : Spencer Event Hall, Center for International Education, Main Campus

Medieval and Renaissance Movie Night - Elizabeth with remarks by English Professor Dr. Susan Hrach

Sat., February 22 : Georgia Medievalists' Group Meeting

Emory Law School, Atlanta

Sun., February 23, 4:30-11:00 pm : Atlanta Shakespeare Tavern Fieldtrip - Much Ado About Nothing

A free CSU bus will take all the participants to and from the Tavern. We are asking everyone who wants to attend to buy their tickets online in advance (ASAP!) to ensure that reservations are secure and seats don't get sold out - Tickets are $15 for educators and students. Dinner is served at the tavern. The website where tickets can be purchased is www.shakespearetavern.com . There is limited room, so please remember to contact and reserve your place on the bus with Dr. Patrick McHenry .

Departure Location TBA

Fri., March 14, 3:00-4:00 pm: Faculty Common Room, Tucker Hall, Main Campus

Medieval and Renaissance Studies Pedagogy Workshop on Masque News from the New World, Discovered on the Moon

Thur., March 20, High Museum of Art Field Trip, Atlanta GA

HIST 3156I Medieval and Early Modern Europe High Museum of Art Field Trip with Dr. Steven Gill sponsored by CIE

Fri., March 28, 1:00 pm: "From Pulp to Print" Exhibit with David Owings, Schwob Memorial Library Lobby

A private tour with David Owings, archivist at CSU.

Fri., April 11 , 1:00-2:00 pm: Faculty Lecture in Carpenter Hall 117 (RiverPark Campus)

Dr. Barbara Johnston, "Paradigm and Parallel: Louise of Savoy and the Vie de la Magdalene."

Thurs. April 24, 7:00-9:00 pm: Renaissance Movie Night, Spencer Event Hall Center for International Education

"Rembrant's J'Accuse" Presented by Dr. Steven Gill

Fri., May 9, 3:30 pm: International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

CSU Medieval and Renaissance Studies Sponsored Session: "Marginal Bodies: Corporeal Communities in Anglo-Saxon Religious Life"

Organizer: Shannon Godlove, Columbus State Univ.
Presider: Daniel Gullo, Columbus State Univ.

  • "Prosthetic Hagiography: Disability and Healing in Ælfric's Life of Saint Swithun"
    Leah Pope, Univ. of Wisconsin–Madison
  • "The Burial of Marginal Bodies in Pagan and Christian Anglo-Saxon Communities"
    Austin Mason, Univ. of Minnesota–Twin Cities
  • "From Gravestone to Manuscript: Anglo-Saxon Epitaphs and the Inscription of the Body"
    Jill Hamilton Clements, Univ. of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign

Fall 2013 Campus and Regional Events

Fri. Sept. 13, 3:00-5:00 pm Yancey 3rd fl. conference room

Medieval and Renaissance Studies faculty meeting

Sun. Sept. 15. Atlanta Shakespeare Tavern "Twelfth Night" 3:45-11:00 pm

A free CSU bus will take all the participants to and from the
Tavern. We are asking everyone who wants to attend to buy their
tickets online in advance (ASAP!) to ensure that reservations are
secure and seats don't get sold out - Tickets are $15 for educators
and students. Dinner is served at the tavern. The website where tickets can be purchased is www.shakespearetavern.com. There is limited room, so please remember to contact and reserve your place on the bus with Dr. Susan Hrach

Wed. Sept. 18, 7:00-9:00 pm Spencer Event Hall

Medieval Movie Night - "Thirteenth Warrior"

Tue. Sept 24 7.30 pm Lutheran Church of the Redeemer (4700 Armour Road)

Recital - Musique de la chambre: Trio Sonatas (Free Admission)
Susan Tomkiewicz, oboe; Valeriya Nedgiva, Elzbieta Tokarska, and Yidan Zhang, violins; Esther Holliday and Christian Serrano-Torres, celli; Kristen Hansen, harpsichord.

The recital is co-sponsored as part of the St. Cecelia series at Redeemer Lutheran, and also supported by Schwob School of Music

Thurs.-Sat. Oct. 3-5 , Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Southeastern Medieval Association Conference

Fri. Oct. 25, 7:30 pm Muscogee County Public Library, Macon Road

Blow Ye Winds, Heigh-ho!
Chamber music for baroque winds
featuring School of Music faculty and students

Fri. Oct. 25, 1:30 pm Carson McCullers Center,

ublic Lecture. Cleopatra Revisited: Renaissance Translations of a Roman Spectacle." by Dr. Susan Hrach as part of the CSU English Department Faculty Lecture Series.

Wed. Oct. 30, 7:00-9:00 pm Carson McCuller's Center

Medieval and Renaissance Ghost and Monster Stories

Sat. October 26, 9-5 pm Reinhardt University

Georgia Medievalists' Group Fall Meeting

  • Dr. Daniel Gullo "Of Rebels and Reformers: The Failed 1472 Royal Reform of Santa Maria de Montserrat"

>Thurs. Nov. 7, 7 :00-9:00 pm Spencer Event Hall

Medieval Movie Night - "A Knight's Tale"

Fri. Nov. 15, 3:00-5:00 pm Yancey 3rd fl. conference room

Medieval and Renaissance Pedagogy Workshop

Fri. Nov. 15, 6:00 pm room 217 at the Carpenter Building

Sounds and Sweet Airs
Chamber music for baroque winds
featuring School of Music faculty and students

Fri. Nov. 22, 1:00 pm Yancey 326 RiverPark Campus

Public Lecture: "'Don't Shoot the Messenger': Participation and
Assimilation in the Early Modern English State." Dr. Steven Gill
co-sponsored with the History and Geography Club