NYPL Lecture by Sealy Gilles

You may recall that last year, Professor Sealy Gilles (English Department) presented a lecture ("Plagues and Poxes: Epidemic Disease in Medieval and Early Modern London") at the New York Public Library (NYPL). 

We are excited to announce that Professor Gilles will once again be speaking at NYPL, this time on the topic of leprosy, or Hansen's disease. This is a second installment of work from her sabbatical project.

Lepers: Real and Imagined, in Medieval and Early Modern England

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014
1:15 PM
The Schwarzman Building (aka "The Lions"), Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street. 

To find the South Auditorium, go through the glass doors in the left rear corner of the main lobby. The hall is downstairs.

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