News and Events

“New Frontiers of Eurasian Comparisons: Practices, Opportunities, Dirty Truths” YIWSA Capstone Workshop, Thursday May 5 at 5:30 pm in Linsly-Chittenden Hall (LC), room 104....
“The Story of Studying Hebrew in Medieval and Renaissance England, told through the Manuscripts of Corpus Christi, College, Oxford”.  Professor Pormann is the director of the...
2016 Classics/Judaic Studies/YDS lecture: “Theology, Ethics, and Community Formation”. 5:30 pm, Niebuhr Hall.
“Will the real Roman Law please stand up? Pandectism, promissory estoppel and other aspects of Roman Law” (April 7 at 4:30 p.m., Yale Law School).
Yale Council on East Asian Studies and the InterAsia Initiative will host Professor Ge Jianxiong (Institute of Chinese Historical Geography Fudan University) for ”China’s New...
Dr. Stephanie Dalley University of Oxford   The Hanging Garden of Babylon: the solution to an old problem   Friday April 8, 2016 4:30 pm 320 York Street Room HGS 211...
Dr Aidan Dodson, 4/7/2016: The mysteries of Nefertiti; Dr Katja Goebs, 4/21/2016: Dancing Ostriches and Horns of Light; Dr Gregory Marouard, 4/29/2016: Six Seasons of...
New Magnetic Tools for Archaeology and Anthropology.  4 pm, 51 Hillhouse Avenue room 101. Feinberg is the Associate Director of the (National) Institute for Rock Magnetism (...
Provincial Spaces and Layered Monarchies in the Han and Roman Empires.  Ancient Societies Workshop, noon, February 12, Phelps 407. A light lunch will be served.
Nicola di Cosmo (IAS) will take us eastward to the Asian steppe with a talk on “Frontier and Imperial Formation among the Steppe Nomads of Ancient China: a Reassessment”. ...
The field school at Gabii is now accepting applications for Summer 2016: the deadline for completed applications is February 28. Contact andrew...

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