We are pleased to present you with the schedule for the Early Modern Workshop for the Winter quarter. All meetings are held on from 5:00-6:30 in Pick 319 unless otherwise noted. Pizza, wine, cheese, and crackers will be served.
Monday, January 30th
Kyle Gardner (PhD Student, History)
“The Space Between: Trade, Cosmology, and Modes of Seeing in Independent Ladakh”
Discussant: Gerry Siarny
Monday, February 13th
Theo Beers (PhD Student, NELC)
“A Comprehensive Introduction to Taẕkirah-i Tuḥfah-i Sāmī (comp. ca. 957/1550)”
Monday, February 27th
Benny Bar-Lavi (PhD Student, History)
“Joseph López’s ‘El Mantenedor’: Heresy, Enlightenment, and Interreligious Appropriation in eighteenth-century Sephardi Amsterdam”
This meeting is co-sponsored with the Jewish Studies Workshop.
Monday, March 13th
Mohamad Ballan (PhD Student, History)
“The Axis of the Universe: The Representation of Selim I in Ali ibn Muhammad al-Ishbili’s al-Durr al-Musan“