Events

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September 26 - Bruce Peel Special Collections, Rutherford Library, University of Alberta
Exhibition Opens


September 29 – 2-3:30 pm, Arts Lounge, Arts & Convocation Hall
Central European Café 1 featuring Salt, Sword, and Crozier curators Felice Lifshitz and Joseph F. Patrouch.


October 19 - 5:15 pm,  2-20 Fine Arts Building
“Fischer von Erlach and the Imperial Historians”, Kristoffer Neville, University of California, Riverside (with Art and Design). For more on Kristoffer Neville, click here


October 22 – 3:00 pm, Robertson-Wesley United Church, 10209 – 123 Street
CONCERT: Alberta Baroque Ensemble presents “The Salzburg Connection”. Opening remarks by Joseph F. Patrouch. Ticketed performance. For more information, click here.


October 26 – 3-4:00 pm, Senate Chamber, Arts & Convocation Hall

"Law Schools and Law Books Return to Europe: The Literature of European Common Law (Ius commune) 1100-1800", Kenneth J. Pennington, Kelly-Quinn Professor of Ecclesiastical and Legal History emeritus, The Catholic University of America. For more on Kenneth Pennington, click here.


November 28 - 3-4:00 pm, Senate Chamber, Arts & Convocation Hall
"The Prince-Bishop of Salzburg and the Holy Roman Empire: Much more than a Pastor”, Joseph F. Patrouch, Department of History and Classics & Director of the Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies, University of Alberta.


December 4 - 
2:30-4:00 pm, Senate Chamber, Arts & Convocation Hall
“Mountainous Territory: Early Modern Salzburg in the History of the Alps”, Joseph F. Patrouch, Department of History and Classics & Director of the Wirth Institute. Part of the Canadian Mountain Studies “Mountain Fest 2017”. Lecture followed by special ‘Behind the Scenes’ tour of the collection at the Bruce Peel Library.


December 7 - 3-4:00 pm, Senate Chamber, Arts & Convocation Hall
“Early Modern Prints and the Epistemology of the Copy”, Stephanie Leitch, Associate Professor of Art History, Florida State University. For more on Stephanie Leitch, click here.


January 25
– 3-4:00 pm, Senate Chamber, Arts & Convocation Hall
"An Archeology of Medievalism: Reflections on Historical Scholarship in the Salzburg Seminary Library,” Felice Lifshitz, Department of Women's and Gender Studies, Program in Religious Studies, University of Alberta.


January 31
– Bruce Peel Special Collections, Rutherford Library, University of Alberta
Exhibition Closes