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    CTMS, University of Dallas - November 4-5, 2016

         The Center for Thomas More Studies, CTMS, hosted a Seminar at the University of Dallas www.dallas.edu, marking the 500th Anniversary of Utopia.
         See the program in PDF below.

         Opposite is Dr. Walter Nicgorski (Politics, U of Notre-Dame) delivering his paper: Are Utopia's Sources Primarily Greek or Latin?


    Program: More's Utopia: Its Greek and Latin Sources

          The Seminar on Utopia took place on Saturday 5, at 2:00pm, followed by a panel of scholars on "The Future of More Studies? What is needed? What's Next?"

         Dr. Travis Curtright introduces Dr. Cathy Curtis, Dr. Elizabeth McCutcheon and Dr. Marie-Claire Phélippeau.

         You can listen to their papers below.


    Travis Curtright - Cathy Curtis (7,91 Mo )
    Elizabeth McCutcheon - Marie-Claire Phélippeau (18,58 Mo )
    Questions (13,44 Mo )