The cathedral is currently burning in Paris, France
Today (April 15), the Notre Dame Cathedral, a medieval catholic cathedral in Paris, France dating back to the 12th century, is currently on fire. The cathedral is a major tourist attraction in Paris and an architectural, artistic and cultural landmark.
Multiple Texas Tech University experts from a range of disciplines are available to discuss the significance of the cathedral.
- Howe can speak on the significance of the church in medieval history.
Erin Marie Legacey, assistant professor of Modern Europe and France, Department of History, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Legacey can speak on the significance of the church on France and Europe.
Joan Goodman-Williamson, executive director for International Relations, Office of International Affairs, (806) 742-3667
- Goodman-Williamson can speak on how the church has affected international art and culture.
Lucas Wood, assistant professor of French, Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures, (806) 834-3237 or email@example.com
- Wood can speak on how the cathedral affects France and its culture.