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Public Lecture:

Bewitched, Backward, and Burned Up: Jewish Children in Medieval Christian Miracles

    Time:  Monday April 28 , 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
    Location: Morgan Hall 109

Wendy Love Anderson will speak about the ways that Jewish children were employed in medieval Christian miracles. The lecture will examine the ways that Jews and Christians defined themselves in relationship to one another, and also at the way children were portrayed and viewed in medieval Europe.

Dr. Anderson is a historian of religion who focuses on medieval Christianity, Jewish-Christian relations, and how medieval religious and political configurations remain with us  today . She works in the Center for the Humanities and in Religious Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. She's also coordinates Washington University's Children's Studies minor.

Mary Olive Woods Lecture 2011

Dr. Taves

Ann Taves, Professor of Religious Studies at University of California, Santa Barbara

"Playing Fair with Other People's Religions: Science, History, and Claims of Revelations"

7:30 PM, Thursday, September 15, 2011 Grand Ballroom, University Union

Official MOW 2011 Flier