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June 18, 2020 · 1:30 pm3:00 pm · via Zoom

From Healthscaping to Disease Tracing: Plague and Public Health After the Black Death

Abigail Agresta, George Washington University

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council

June 11, 2020 · 1:30 pm3:00 pm · via Zoom

The Justinianic Plague: Apocalypse or Overblown?

Lee Mordechai, Hebrew University; Merle Eisenberg, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center in Annapolis

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council

June 4, 2020 · 1:30 pm3:00 pm · via Zoom

Avoiding Plague like the Plague: Some Pathogenic Context for Late Antique Pandemics

Tim Newfield, Georgetown University, Washington

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council

May 28, 2020 · 1:30 pm3:00 pm · via Zoom

The ‘Plague of Cyprian’: Sources, Problems, Origins and the ‘Crisis of the Third Century’

Sabine Huebner, University of Basel

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council

May 21, 2020 · 1:30 pm3:00 pm · via Zoom

Plague: From the Late Neolithic to the Black Death

Phil Slavin, University of Stirling

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council
Phil Slavin

May 14, 2020 · 1:30 pm3:00 pm · via Zoom

The Story of Pandemics in Scholarship and Popular Culture, 1890-2020

Merle Eisenberg, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center in Annapolis; Lee Mordechai, Hebrew University

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council
Pandemic series

May 8, 2020 · 8:00 am5:00 pm ·

The ‘Plague of Cyprian’: Sources, Problems, Origins and the ‘Crisis of the Third Century’

Sabine Hübner, University of Basel

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council

May 8, 2020 · 8:00 am5:00 pm · via Zoom

The ‘Plague of Cyprian’: Sources, Problems, Origins and the ‘Crisis of the Third Century’

Sabine Hüber, University of Basel

Program in Medieval Studies; Climate Change and History Research Initiative; Humanities Council

April 7, 2020 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · East Pyne 010

CANCELED: Medieval Studies Faber Lecture: The Changing Face of Early Islamic History

Fred Donner, The University of Chicago

Medieval Studies and the Eberhard L. Faber 1915 Memorial Fund in the Humanities Council

April 7, 2020 · 12:30 pm2:00 pm · Virtual – via Zoom

VIRTUAL MEETING: LAMB group – Pre-Modern Pandemics in History, Science, and Popular Media

Merle Eisenberg, Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center

Program in Medieval Studies

October 21, 2019 · 4:30 pm · East Pyne 010

Medieval Futures: The Shape of Time in Universal Histories

Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Institute for Advanced Study

Program in Medieval Studies

April 16, 2019 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 219 Aaron Burr

Scribal Illuminators and the Making of Middle English Literature

Sonja Drimmer, University of Massachusetts

Program in Medieval Studies

April 9, 2019 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 106 McCormick

A Hebrew Renaissance in 10th Century Egypt: The Mystery of the Earliest Medieval Jewish Documents

Eve Krakowski, Near Eastern Studies

Program in Medieval Studies

April 8, 2019 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 106 McCormick

The Gold of the Steppe-Rulers: the Treasure of Nagyszentmiklós (ca. 700 – 820 CE)

Falko Daim, Princeton University; Römisch Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz

Program in Medieval Studies; Humanities Council

April 2, 2019 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 106 McCormick

Reconfiguring Kinship and Knowledge, c.1500

Gadi Algazi, Tel Aviv University

Program in Medieval Studies. Co-Sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities (IHUM).

March 12, 2019 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · Firestone Library Rare Books and Special Collections

Of Remorseless Cannibals and Loving Scribes: Samples and Highlights from Princeton’s Collection of Ethiopian Manuscripts

Michael Kleiner and Wendy Laura Belcher, University of Göttingen and Princeton University

Humanities Council, Department of Comparative Literature, Program in Medieval Studies

March 6, 2019 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 209 Scheide Caldwell

How Early Medieval Culture Was Built With Late-Antique Bricks: Scripts, and Books, Between Ravenna, Verona and Bobbio

Massimiliano Bassetti, Universitá di Verona

Program in Medieval Studies

March 5, 2019 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 209 Scheide Caldwell

Private Charters and the Making of Local Communities in Early Medieval Tuscany

Marco Stoffella, Universitá di Verona

Program in Medieval Studies

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