Session 901: Annual Medieval Academy Lecture: Mysticism and Magisterium in the 14th Century: Eckhart's Condemnation and its Consequences
Tuesday 15 July 2003, 19.30-20.30
|Moderator/Chair:||Sherry L. Reames, Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison|
The Medieval Academy of America is very pleased to sponsor the Annual Medieval Academy Lecture at the International Medieval Congress. The goal is to contribute a major scholarly lecture to the offerings of the Congress while serving better the Academy’s many members who reside outside North America. All Congress participants are invited to Professor McGinn’s lecture and to the celebratory reception following the lecture. Information regarding the Medieval Academy and the benefits of membership, which is open to all medievalists, is available at http://www.MedievalAcademy.org.
Please note that admission to this event will be by ticket only: Tickets are free of charge and can be reserved through the Registration Form. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis. There will be three types of tickets: to the Lawnswood Room (main keynote lecture room), to the Bramley Room (video relay from Lawnswood Room), and reserve tickets. Please note that reserve ticket holders are not guaranteed a space in the two lecture rooms. Unclaimed seats in the Lawnswood Room and the Bramley Room will be reallocated to holders of reserve tickets five minutes before the lecture is scheduled to begin.