The Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences is a thriving community of academic thought and ongoing dialogue. Many events are free and open to the public.
- 01/23Dissertation Defense: Clinical Psychology
- 01/23Dissertation Defense: Chemistry
- 01/23Lecture: '#MeToo in Muslim America'
- 01/25Fr. Sam Conedera, “History and Mystery: Alfonso Salmeron, First Theologian of the Society of Jesus”
- 02/01Dr. Samantha Arten. ““Read and regard this Psalme”: Devotional Practice and Musical Performance of the English Reformation’s Hymnal”
- 02/04Dr. Guillaume Calafat, “From Shipwrecks to Human rights: Slavery, Maritime Sovereignty and Natural Law in the 18th Century”
- 02/08Polyglot Café
- 02/22Meg Smith, “Doubtful Chieftains: Contested Authority in 15th Century Cork”
- 03/08Dr. Josh Herr, “Representation, recognition, and reputation in seventeenth- century Qing embassies to Le Vietnam”
- 03/22Beth Petitjean, “The Medical Marketplace in Early Modern Tuscany”
- 06/17Seventh Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- 06/18Title: Seventh Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- 06/19Title: Seventh Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies