Graduate Seminars

  • 2021 Oct 18

    Medieval Studies Interdisciplinary Workshop

    5:00pm to 7:00pm

    Location: 

    Medieval Studies Library-Widener Library

    Sama Mammadova (Harvard University Department of History), A Bank for the People: Popular Credit and Moral Economy in Renaissance Italy

    Refreshments will be provided. Due to current Harvard University Covid-19 restrictions, Workshop meetings this semester are limited to Harvard students, staff, faculty, and researchers. Please RSVP by 15 October to Lydia Shahan (...

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  • 2021 Oct 19

    Scroll and Book Workshop: Inaugural Meeting

    7:30pm to 8:30pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East, Room 201

    The workshop is based in Harvard NELC, but is open to all interested students from across campus. Under the subheading “Scribes, Texts, and Libraries in the Ancient World” it brings together students (and faculty) working on ancient book culture in the ancient Mediterranean, Asia, and North Africa until ca. year 1000 C.E. As a GSAS workshop, we will primarily be a student-facing forum in which participants present their work and discuss it with each other. 

  • 2021 Oct 20

    Premodern Race Seminar

    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    Location: 

    Boylston 237 (and on Zoom)

    The Premodern Race Seminar is an interdisciplinary discussion group on race in Classics, Medieval Studies and Early Modern Studies. Readings will be precirculated. Open to Harvard faculty, graduate students and senior undergraduates. Meeting theme: Romantic Nationalism, Fascism, and the creation of a "Latin" Middle Ages.

    To register for the seminar, follow this link: http://forms.gle/eaUkCRY33U6gymbS9
    Please email Henry Gruber at hgruber@g.harvard.edu...

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  • 2021 Oct 20

    John Duffy Society

    5:30pm to 6:30pm

    Location: 

    Zoom

    Eric Driscoll (Harvard University) will present a talk entitled: "So as to make it an island:" Isthmos Walls and the Geographical Imaginary of the Pelopponese"

    Register Here for Zoom link

    The John Duffy Society promotes the interests of graduate students in the Department of Classics who have traditionally been under-represented by sponsoring and co-sponsoring events...

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  • 2021 Nov 03

    Premodern Race Seminar

    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    Location: 

    Boylston 237 (and on Zoom)

    The Premodern Race Seminar is an interdisciplinary discussion group on race in Classics, Medieval Studies and Early Modern Studies. Readings will be precirculated. Open to Harvard faculty, graduate students and senior undergraduates.

    Meeting theme: Romantic Nationalism, Fascism, and the creation of a "Latin" Middle Ages.

    To register for the seminar, follow this link: http://forms.gle/eaUkCRY33U6gymbS9
    Please email Henry Gruber at hgruber...

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  • 2021 Nov 17

    Premodern Race Seminar

    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    Location: 

    Boylston 237 (and on Zoom)

    The Premodern Race Seminar is an interdisciplinary discussion group on race in Classics, Medieval Studies and Early Modern Studies. Readings will be precirculated. Open to Harvard faculty, graduate students and senior undergraduates.

    Meeting theme: TBD

    To register for the seminar, follow this link: http://forms.gle/eaUkCRY33U6gymbS9
    Please email Henry Gruber at hgruber@g.harvard.edu with any questions.

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  • 2021 Dec 06

    Medieval Studies Interdisciplinary Workshop

    5:00pm to 7:00pm

    Location: 

    Medieval Studies Library-Widener Library

    Kathleen Coyne Kelly (Professor of English, Northeastern University), title TBA.

    Refreshments will be provided. Due to current Harvard University Covid-19 restrictions, Workshop meetings this semester are limited to Harvard students, staff, faculty, and researchers. Please RSVP by 2 December to Lydia Shahan (lydiashahan@g.harvard.edu).

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