Last summer, assistant professor of art Jennifer Roberson traveled to Santiago de Compostela, Spain for the pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. James. She shares her personal experiences, expectations and surprises from the Medieval pilgrimage at the Thursday, March 17 Arts and Humanities Forum, taking place from 12:05 p.m.-12:55 p.m. in Schulz 3001.
Roberson received her Ph.D. in Islamic Art History and Asian Art History from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and teaches courses at SSU in art history, Islamic art, Asian art and other topics.
Upcoming lectures at the Arts and Humanities Forum include:
Robert Train, associate professor of Spanish, presents "Global Colonialities of Reduction: Inventing Spaces of Spanish Language Education in Early California"
Josh Glasgow, lecturer of philosophy, presents "What's So Special About Terrorism?"
Noelle Oxenhandler, assistant professor of English, and English M.A. students present their creative writing projects
For more information on the Arts and Humanities Forum, visit the website at www.sonoma.edu/a_h/AHForum.htm.