The Da Vinci Code; Cracked or Crackpot? - Lecture by John Shinners
Loyola announcement - February 18, 2005
The Institute for the Study of Catholic Culture and Tradition will sponsor a lecture, "The Da Vinci Code; Cracked or Crackpot?," by Professor John Shinners, Professor of Humanities at St. Mary´s College, Notre Dame, Indiana.
The lecture will be held on Thursday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m. in Miller Hall 114. Prof. Shinners, who earned a doctorate in Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto, is an alumnus of Loyola´s History Department. He is the author of two books on Medieval religious history, "Medieval Popular Religion: 1000-1500" and "Pastors and the Care of Souls in Medieval England."
Please call Bernard Cook in the department of History at 865-3537 for more information.