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LWC event, Monty Python's Search for Holy Grail, 28 Feb 2018

A movie and discussion about how movies accurately or inaccurately portray history.
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By Mark Lee McKinnon, Cultural Affairs Facilitator, Lindsey Wilson College

History vs. Hollywood: Monty Python's Search for the Holy Grail, with LWC Professor of History Elizabeth Tapscott, will be featured Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 6:30pmCT in the V.P. Henry auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY.


Join us for a movie and discussion about how movies accurately or inaccurately portray history. (Spoiler alert: This one is surprisingly accurate!)

Lindsey Wilson Assistant Professor of History Elizabeth Tapscott will lead the discussion about which behaviors and events in the show are a genuine reflection of the times depicted. Dr. Tapscott has made it her life's work to study and try to understand the European Middle Ages.

Mark Lee McKinnon, Cultural Affairs Facilitator, Lindsey Wilson College mckinnonm@lindsey.edu


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