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Everyday Humanities: Theatre of the Occult

Published: May 17, 2017

E. Lingan, PhD The Everyday Humanities series presents, “Theatre of the Occult.”  Featured speaker Edmund B. Lingan PhD, will explore theater’s role in popular culture of the 19th- and mid-20th centuries’ interest of the occult.  The lecture is May 17, 2017, at the Way Public Library, 101 E. Indiana Avenue, Perrysburg. Read More

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Everyday Humanities: Medieval Women and the Story of the European Witch

Published: March 7, 2017

C. Neufeld, PhD The Everyday Humanities series presents, “Medieval Women and the Story of the European Witch.”  Featured speaker Christine Neufeld, PhD, (pictured) will explore medieval-era hysteria about witchcraft. Her talk will also explore why women were a disproportionate of the convicted and executed as alleged witches. The public is invited to… Read More

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Everyday Humanities: Ethics of Preserving Antiquities in Wartime

Published: January 18, 2017

| John Sarnecki, PhD | With funding support by Ohio Humanities, the University of Toledo’s 2017 Everyday Humanities series presents, Ethics of Preserving Antiquities in Wartime, featuring John Sarnecki, PhD (pictured). His talk will consider the proper response to defend archaeological and historic sites in periods of conflict. Read More

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