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Kick off the new year with Prophecy and Oracle in Egypt, featuring Olivia Stewart (RS) and Maria Guttierez (NELC).  3:30 pm, 1/21/16, Phelps 207
Register for “Frontier and Province in the Premodern World”: Andrew Johnston and William Honeychurch. ANTH 741 01 (22202) /CLSS841/ARCG741/NELC841/HIST502.
“Remarks on the Emergence of Maragha Avicennism”, December 17, 4 pm, HGS 211.
“A Celebration of Messiness: the Potential and Practice of (Egyptian) Archaeology in the 21st century.”
Jiménez will lead us westward from Egypt, Assyria, and Greece into Roman Spain, with ‘The center-laden concept of provincia: Hispania as a case study’.  Advanced reading is...
We invite you to join us for the final event of the semester of the Pre-Modern Gender and Sexuality Working Group (PMGS). Elizabeth Lang (NELC) will present on “Ancient...
Minding and Mending al‐Mutanabbī Azād Bilgrāmī (d. 1200/1786), classical Arabic poetry (and us). Thursday, Dece mber 3, 2015: 4 pm.  HGS 211.  Sponsored by the Department of...
Stephanie Frampton will speak on ‘Hitting up Herculaneum: Reading and publishing Roman graffiti in 2015’.  Lecture, 12/9/2015, 5pm. LC 317; Seminar, 12/10/2-15, 3:30,...
“Cats and Crocodiles and Canids, Oh My: Animal Cults in Ancient Egypt.”  Salima Ikram, American University in Cairo. Friday, November 13th, 3pm. HGS 211.   Sponsored by the...
“Medieval Islamic Medicine: Tradition, Innovation, and Research Challenges.” Peter Pormann, University of Manchester. Monday, November 16, 2015, 4 pm.  HGS 217-A.  Sponsored...
The South Asia Collection at Yale began in earnest in the 1840s after Prof. Edward Salisbury began teaching Sanskrit and consequently endowed the Edward E. Salisbury...
A discussion in conjunction with the exhibition “Painting in Time”, featuring Amr Al-Azm, Shawnee State University; Michael Danti, Boston University; Stefan Simon, Yale...

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