23 Maart 2021

Lecture Series: Early Dominican Life

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an 4 mei tot 8 juni kunt u vijf internationale lezingen digitaal volgen, met als titel: Light in the Darkness: The Richness of Early Dominican Life. 

The year 2021 marks the 800th anniversary of two important milestones in the history of the Dominican order: St. Dominic’s death and – presumably – the arrival of the Dominicans in Cologne to found one of the order’s most important friaries, a friary where Thomas Aquinas would later study with Albertus Magnus. To commemorate this special year in the history of the Dominican Order in the Middle Ages we are pleased to present a series of lectures to take place in May and June, 2021.

The lectures are open to all and will be presented in English via Zoom. If you wish to attend, please register by sending an email to: sekretariat-svh@uni-koeln.de

Organisation: Elias H. Füllenbach O.P. and Prof. Dr. Sabine von Heusinger

The lectures begin at 12 noon EST (New York) / 18:00 CET (Germany)

May 4, 2021 Sabine von Heusinger (University of Cologne): The Holy City of Cologne and the Dominican Order
May 11, 2021 Jeffrey F. Hamburger (Harvard University): Dominican Diagrams: Berthold of Nürnberg O.P. in Context
May 18, 2021 Sarah Glenn DeMaris (Valparaiso University): Elisabeth Kempf and Johannes Meyer: Collaboration in Service of Reform?
  Pentecost break
June 1, 2021 Cornelia Linde (University of Greifswald): Dominicans, Degrees, and the University of Oxford
June 8, 2021 Elias H. Füllenbach O.P. (Institut zur Erforschung der Geschichte des Dominikanerordens im deutschen Sprachraum, Cologne): “Dogs of the Lord” – Early Dominican Iconography