- February 7, Nathan Gibson, Graduate Student, Department of Semitic and Egyptian Languages and Literatures, “The Miaphysite Arabian Triangle: Ghassaniya-Hirta-Najran in the Sixth Century CE.”
- March 14, Andrew Hagstrom, Graduate Student, Department of Greek and Latin, "Early Christianity and the Cult of Attis: Defining the Relationship." (Note: seminar will begin at 5:30pm).
- April 29, Erik Kolb, Graduate Student, Early Christian Studies Program, "Punishment and Pedagogy in the Monasteries of Pachomius and Shenoute."
Seminars are restricted to members of the University and invited guests; buffet lunch (Fridays) or supper (Thursdays) is provided without charge.
Other Events of Interest
2nd Annual Hyvernat Lecture
March 21, Lukas van Rompay, Duke University, "Christianity and Scholarship in the Syriac-Orthodox Monasteries of the Early Islamic Period." 5:00 pm, Aquinas Hall Auditorium.