How Does Stuff Happen? A roundtable discussion on the theme of historical causality featuring Harvard History graduate students Reed Morgan, Sama Mammadova, Sergio Leos, and Konrad Boeschenstein. Sponsored by the Medieval History Graduate Workshop and Early Modern World at Harvard.
Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East (6 Divinity Avenue), room 201
Naama Golan (Kibbutzim College of Education and 2021-22 Associate at the Center for Jewish Studies), A Creative Interpretation within the Genre Constraints: A Study of Yehuda Uziel's Super-Commentary on Rashi. Co-sponsored by the Harvard Center for Jewish Studies and the Committee on Medieval Studies. Attendance at the Starr Seminars is open to Harvard affiliates on a testing cadence; please RSVP to Sandy Cantave Vil...Read more about Center for Jewish Studies Starr Seminar
Kentigwern Jaoen (University of Southern Brittany, Visiting Scholar in Celtic Languages and Literatures): The Mutation from the Medieval Knight at Sea to the Captain at the End of the Fifteenth Century and the Opening of the Sixteenth Century.
Robert Carter (Museums of Qatar), The Rediscovery of the Church of the East in the Arabian Gulf. Co-sponsored by the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture and the Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Chair of Armenian Art at Tufts University. This talk will take place on the Zoom meeting platform; please click... Read more about East of Byzantium Lecture Series