Other Harvard Events

2021 Apr 19

FAS Premodern Race Seminar

1:00pm to 2:30pm

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Zoom presentation

Co-organized by Anna Wilson (Department of English) and Rachel Love (Department of Classics), this seminar meets every other Monday to discuss pre-circulated readings on race and critical race studies in the premodern world....

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2021 Apr 05

FAS Premodern Race Seminar

1:00pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

Zoom presentation

Nandini Pandey (University of Wisconsin Madison) will share an excerpt from her forthcoming book to discuss Roman diversity and public-facing communication. 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 ...

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2021 Mar 22

FAS Premodern Race Seminar

1:00pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

Zoom presentation

Adam Miyashiro (Stockton University) discusses his forthcoming article on the topic of race & environment. 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 ...

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2021 Mar 08

FAS Premodern Race Seminar

1:00pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

Zoom presentation

"Decolonization is Not a Metaphor" and Teaching Indigeneity. 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 alexandraschultz@g.harvard.edu for meeting info.

2021 Feb 22

FAS Premodern Race Seminar

1:00pm to 2:30pm

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 alexandraschultz@g.harvard.edu for meeting info.

2020 Nov 19

Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Workshops

10:30am to 1:00pm

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Zoom presentation
Harvard's Islamic Collection in and beyond Cambridge: an introduction to rare music from the Islamicate World in the Loeb Music Library, the Islamic world in the collections of I Tatti and the Berenson Library, and the Byzantine and Islamic collections of the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. Presentations by Joseph Kinzer (Loeb Music Library), Michael Rocke (Biblioteca Berenson), Spyros Koulouris (Villa i Tatti), Giovanni Pagliarulo (Biblioteca Berenson), Joshua Robinson (Dumbarton Oaks), and Stephanie Caruso (Dumbarton Oaks), Betsy Dospel Williams (Dumbarton Oaks),... Read more about Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Workshops
2020 Oct 02

The Ascendant Field: Critical Engagements with Ottoman Arabic Literature

(All day)

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Virtual event

A two-day symposium on Arabic literature of the pre-nahda Ottoman era (1516-1789), featuring a keynote address by Hilary Kilpatrick (Independent Scholar) and presentations by Helen Pfeifer (Cambridge University), Ghayde Ghraowi (Yale University), Theodore Beers (University of Chicago), Rachida Chih (EHESS-CNRS, Paris), Hakan Özkan (University of Münster), Ozzy Gündüz (Harvard University), and Alev Masarwa (University of Münster). Sponsored by the Harvard University Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, the Prince...

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2020 Apr 24

Center for Middle Eastern Studies Postdoctoral Lectures

12:00pm to 2:00pm

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Virtual lecture
Nathanael Aschenbrenner (CMES Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellow), Universal Monarchy Between Sultan and Pope: Reorienting Constantinople in the Fifteenth-Century Mediterranean and Siren Çelik (CMES Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellow), Manuel II Palaiologos (1350-1425): A Byzantine Emperor in a Time of Tumult; response by Dimiter Angelov (Harvard University). Research supported by grant number 41600623 from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, a collaboration between the Byzantine Studies Research Center at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey, and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies... Read more about Center for Middle Eastern Studies Postdoctoral Lectures

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