Author Archives: Hélène Cazes

About Hélène Cazes

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Meditations… by Joseph Polzer

A great read, provided by the author: Concerning the origin of the Meditations on the Life of Christ and its early infLuence on art. Enjoy! Download the tex there. Please, send your recent publications for sharing too.

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Medifest! March 31, 4:30 pm-8pm

March 31, 2017, 4:30-8pm HHB 110 This event is a free gathering of artists, amateurs, students, and researchers interested in the Middle Ages. Enjoy the stand of medieval wares, the demonstration of medieval fighting arts, the workshops (quills and ink, come … Continue reading

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Medieval Minutes: March 11 at 11

  Our MEDI Ideafest celebration: Medieval Minutes is to be held on Saturday, March 11 at 11am, in the Special Collections reading room (Mc Pherson Library, University of Victoria). The manuscripts ‘in the curriculum’ (21 manuscripts new to us, ranging from the … Continue reading

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Student Conference 2017!

24-25 February 2017, University of Victoria: Imagining Medicine before 1660 Two days to think, debate, and imagine medicine through an interdisciplinary student colloquium.Event is free and open to all. Download our poster here. All are welcome to attend, please circulate our poster among … Continue reading

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MEDI 2016-2017!

  February 4, 2017 :30th Annual Workshop – Medieval Medicine Both a science and an art, medicine is a hot topic in the Middle Ages: inherited from Antiquity, transferred from other cultures and countries, universal in its categories and relevance … Continue reading

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A Florilegium for the Summer!

    Many thanks to Baylee Woodley for a semester blooming with Florilegium! Happy holidays to all!

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Spring Florilegium!

  The new issue is blooming! Download it here.

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