Solenn Troadec (Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard Initiative for the Science of the Human Past), The Archaeology of Death: Burial Places, Graves, and Bodies. Note that this talk is a hybrid event; to attend virtually, please contact workshop organizers Sama Mammadova or Reed Morgan.
James Simpson (Harvard University) and Leah Whittington (Harvard University), The Dark Age (Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries): A Debate. Co-sponsored by the English Department Medieval Colloquium and Renaissance Colloquium.
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.
Kathleen Coyne Kelly (Northeastern University), Anthophilia and the Medieval Ecologies of Grafting. Due to Harvard University Covid-19 restrictions, this in-person event is limited to those enrolled in Harvard's testing cadence.
Martín Hadis, Borges the Medievalist: Old English Poetry and Old Norse Myths in his Life and Works. This talk will take place on the Zoom meeting platform; please contact Colloquium coordinator Ahmed Seif for access.