Medievalism: The Uses of the Middle Ages in the Modern World (MHC Teacher of the Year Lecture)
Dr. Courtney Luckhardt, USM Assistant Professor of History, will present the Mississippi Humanities Council (MHC) Teacher of the Year Lecture on modern uses of medieval imagery and popular beliefs about the medieval world in contemporary political and cultural movements. Dr. Luckhardt is USM's 2020 Mississippi Humanities Council (MHC) Humanities Teacher of the Year recipient.
The MHC honors outstanding humanities instructors annually from colleges and universities in Mississippi through its Humanities Teachers Awards, which celebrate these educators and promote continued interest in the humanities. With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the MHC sponsors, supports and conducts a wide range of programs designed to promote understanding of our cultural heritage, interpret our own experience, foster critical thinking, encourage reasonable public discourse, and strengthen our sense of community.
Tuesday, February 18 at 5:15pm to 6:15pm
Liberal Arts Building, Gonzales Auditorium, Room 108
3144 Pearl St, Hattiesburg, MS 39406