The Department of History and the History Society welcomed Professor Alexander Angelov, assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the College of William and Mary on April 17th. He presented a lecture titled ‚ÄúSins, Demons, and Redemption: Cultural Notions and Practice of the Medieval Inquisition.”

The lecture, delivered to undergraduate and graduate students, explored cultural notions and theological assumptions that sustained the Inquisition.

He is shown delivering his lecture, and with friend and colleague, Ian Mladjov, who was responsible for recommending Angelov come speak to BGSU students. Mladjov is an instructor with the Department of History at BGSU teaching pre-Modern world history. For more on Mladjov, please click here.