Anne Haour (University of East Anglia), Global Networks and the Trade in Cowries, 800-1400. Co-sponsored by the Committee on Archeology and the Committee on Medieval Studies. This talk will take place on the Zoom platform; please click here to register.
Shireen Hamza (History of Science) and Conor Dube (NELC), guest organizers: Race in Geography, "Ethnography" and Other Genres of Arabic Texts. Co-organized by Anna Wilson (Dept. of English) and Rachel Love (Dept. of Classics), this seminar meets every other Monday to discuss pre-circulated readings on race and critical race studies in the premodern world. The seminar meets online via Zoom; contact email@example.com for meeting info.
Zsuzsanna Gulácsi (Northern Arizona University), Sideways-Oriented Images of Manichaean and Armenian Liturgical Books. Register at https://eastofbyzantium.org/upcoming-events/. Sponsored by the Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Chair of Armenian Art at Tufts University and the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture at Hellenic College Holy Cross. Read more about East of Byzantium Lecture Series
Michele Bacci (University of Fribourg), The Nativity Church in Bethlehem in the Light of Recent Restorations; response by Ariel Fine (Yale University). Sponsored by the Yale Institute for Sacred Music, Department of the History of Art, and Department of Classics. This lecture will take place on the Zoom platform; for registration information, please visit https://ism.yale.edu/artlectures.