The Joan of Arc Project holds the 8th annual Salon de Jeanne d’Arc.
The Salon de Jeanne d’Arc is a series of free lectures and presentations organized by the creators of the Joan of Arc Parade. During the day, three Joan of Arc scholars discuss the saint’s history and life, and topics include the charges of witchcraft against her, the testing of her virginity, and how her life has been presented in popular culture. Attendees are able to meet members of the Krewe de Jeanne d’Arc and sign up to become krewe members themselves. This event takes place in the Freeman Auditorium in Tulane University’s Woldenberg Art Center and is supported by the university’s Medieval & Early Modern Studies program.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Krewe de Jeanne d’Arc’s website.