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LAMB – Carmelites, Jews, and the Miracles of Toulouse

Sucharita Ray (History)

November 19, 2020 · 12:30 pm · Virtual – via Zoom

Program in Medieval Studies

Fall 2020 Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine (LAMB) Workshop series

The Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop at Princeton (LAMB) provides interdisciplinary forums for presenting research, fostering community, and training in professional development.

Please join the Graduate LAMB group on November 19, 12:30pm EST to welcome Sucharita Ray (History), who will be presenting on “Carmelites, Jews, and the Miracles of Toulouse.” Courtney Barter-Colcord (History) will serve as the respondent. The paper, soon to be posted, can be found on the LAMB website; the password is LAMBPU2019.


The Program in Medieval Studies provides opportunities for graduate students from across departments and disciplines to participate in workshops, lectures, book clubs, and the annual Medieval Studies Graduate Conference. Please visit this link for more information.

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