Medieval Group Lecture: 'Aquinas on the Soul after Death'
- Date: Monday 25 March 2019, 17:00 – 18:30
- Location: Le Patourel Room (Parkinson Building 4.06)
- Cost: Free
Dr Simon Hewitt (University of Leeds) will present a Medieval Group lecture titled 'Aquinas on the Soul after Death'.
The Medieval Group is the oldest medieval studies-related association at the University, and is run by a committee of volunteers from among the staff, PhD, and MA students in the Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS). The Group runs various events, from a seminar series to trips to sites of medieval interest, and invites speakers from a wide range of interdiscplinary topics.
Lectures and workshops are held in the Le Patourel Room (4.06) on the fourth floor of the Parkinson Building. Meetings start at 17:00 with tea and biscuits, with the speaker beginning promptly at 17:30. For further information, contact Melanie Brunner (M.Brunner@leeds.ac.uk).
Dr Simon Hewitt (University of Leeds) will present the lecture 'Aquinas on the Soul after Death'.
The next event in the Medieval Group series is an event titled 'A Day in the Life of...Librarians', held on 29 April 2019.
All are welcome!