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Latest talk in Franciscan Endowment series announced

November 7, 2017 Tags: Faith

The School of Arts and Letters and the The Rev. Gabriel J. Zeis, T.O.R. Endowment in Franciscan Studies and Roman Catholic Theology are sponsoring a free public lecture.

Endowment Lecture Series:

Two Men Named Francis: The Saint and the Pope

Tuesday, November 14, 7:00 p.m. in JFK

Two Men Named Francis Spotlight

Presented by: Dr. William Cook, Professor Emeritus of Medieval History, SUNY Geneseo

Dr. Cook is a medieval historian and Franciscan scholar who taught at SUNY Geneseo and Wabash University for over thirty years. A prolific writer, he co-authored The Medieval World View: An Introduction (3rd Edition) in 2011 with Wm. Herzman. A father of three grown children, Bill now spends much of his time speaking and raising funds for the Bill Cook Foundation, which he established in 2015 to assist with the education of some of the world’s poorest children, particularly in Africa.

Co-sponsored by:

  School of Arts and Letters

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The Rev. Gabriel J. Zeis, T.O.R. Endowment in Franciscan Studies and Roman Catholic Theology

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