[Hum_Calendar_Events] Mediterranean Studies II, Session 7 - "Identities in Transition: Historical Writing and Regime Change in the Late Medieval Eastern Mediterranean"

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The UCLA Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies invites you to attend
"Mediterranean Studies II: East and West at the Center, 1050-1600," the
second part of a two-part seminar series organized by Professor Zrinka
Stahuljak (UCLA French & Francophone Studies and CMRS Associate Director
for Medieval Studies). This seminar has been considering the
Mediterranean as an entity, the center for both East and West, and part
of a world system rather than a line of separation between the emerging
"West" and an exotic "East." For the second part of the seminar series
we have invited our guests to reflect on the methodology applicable to
Mediterranean Studies. Information about the entire seminar series is at
http://www.cmrs.ucla.edu/mediterranean2.html
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The seventh seminar is on Monday, November 16, 2009, from 3:00-6:00 pm
in Royce 306. Professor Teresa Shawcross (Schulman Research Fellow in
History, Trinity Hall, Cambridge University) presents "Identities in
Transition: Historical Writing and Regime Change in the Late Medieval
Eastern Mediterranean." The seminar leader is Claudia Rapp (History,
UCLA).

 

Advance registration is required. Call CMRS at 310-825-1880 or write
cmrs at humnet.ucla.edu <blocked::blocked::mailto:cmrs at humnet.ucla.edu>  to
let us know you will attend and to obtain the user name and password for
the advance readings available at
http://www.cmrs.ucla.edu/medstudies_readings/index.html
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This seminar is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant for
Transforming the Humanities at UCLA.

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