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 (...
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Martin Carver (University of York), Wearing Wealth: A Discussion about Social Change from Coinage to Clothing. This seminar for undergraduate and graduate students is part of the 2019 Harvard Medieval Material Culture program The View from the Trenches: Archeology and Medieval Studies Today, and is co-sponsored by the Committee on Medieval Studies, the Medieval Studies Interdisciplinary Workshop, the Medieval History Workshop, and the Harvard Numismatic Association. Please RSVP to Sean Gilsdorf by Monday, 1 April if you would like to attend.
The Medieval Studies Interdisciplinary Workshop presents a hands-on medieval book-binding workshop, led by Kate Rich, Katherine Gray, and Terri Messina of the Harvard Library Preservation Services. Participants will learn how to produce a fifteenth-century link-stitch binding. Using original materials of parchment, wood and bone, you will make a book in a simple, elegant style popular among late medieval students and scholars. Soon, you may be cutting quills and writing your dissertation by candlelight! All tools and materials will be provided. Space in the workshop is limited, and priority... Read more about Medieval Studies Interdisciplinary Workshop