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Fall 2023 Research Seminar Public Lecture – Professor Wolfgang Mueller (Fordham University)

Kaplan Hall 193

As part of the CMRS-CEGS Research Seminar graduate course for Fall 2023, Money Matters: Between Antiquity and the Enlightenment (ca. 600-1600), guest lecturer, Wolfgang Mueller (Fordham University) will share about his research that focuses on written norms and laws of the European West between 500 and 1500 CE.  He is author of several scholarly monographs,...

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Pacific Islander Eco-Poetics

Kaplan Hall 193

Join UCLA English for our Kanner Forum featuring Dr. Craig Santos Perez. In this presentation, Dr. Craig Santos Perez will discuss his in-progress monograph, Pacific Islander Eco-Poetics: Indigenous Knowledge, Environmental Justice, and Literary Activism, as well as his creative, editorial, and pedagogical work related to the Environmental Humanities in the Pacific. The talk will be...

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The Western Mediterranean and the Global Middle Ages

Royce 314 10745 Dickson Ct, Los Angeles, CA

CMRS-CEGS/AARHMS Symposium As part of its thematic series of co-sponsored sessions this academic year on “Iberian History as Global History” at major international conferences, the American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (AARHMS) has partnered with UCLA’s CMRS Center for Early Global Studies (CEGS) to host this symposium on The Western Mediterranean and the...

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Jillian + Mariko Tamaki Book Talk: Roaming

Young Research Library (YRL) Room 11360 280 Charles E Young Dr N, Los Angeles, CA

Mariko and Jillian Tamaki from Drawn & Quarterly will discuss their new graphic novel, Roaming. Books will be available for purchase following the event.

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Fall 2023 Research Seminar Public Lecture – Professor Craig Muldrew (Cambridge, UK)

Kaplan Hall 193

As part of the CMRS-CEGS Research Seminar graduate course for Fall 2023, Money Matters: Between Antiquity and the Enlightenment (ca. 600-1600), guest lecturer, Professor Craig Muldrew (Cambridge, UK) will share about his expertise in British Social and Economic History from 1500 to 1800. Craig Muldrew's research mainly focuses on the investigation of the economic and...

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