Professor Karen Sullivan shares her mastery of Medieval history, the evolution of religion and divinity, and even some insights on the power and mysticism of Joan Of Arc.
Professor Karen Sullivan is the Irma Brandeis Professor of Romance Culture and Literature at Bard College. The author of Eleanor of Aquitaine, As It Was Said: Truth and Tales about the Medieval Queen; The Danger of Romance: Truth, Fantasy, and Arthurian Fictions; The Inner Lives of Medieval Inquisitors; Truth and the Heretic: Crises of Knowledge in Medieval French Literature ; The Interrogation of Joan of Arc; and numerous articles on medieval French and Occitan literature. Professor Sullivan discusses the history or religion, spirituality, the divine, women warriors and the common historical themes from the medieval to modern times.
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