The Premodern Colloquium. Winged Horses, Celestial Asses, and Beauty through the Eyes
Sara Ahbel-Rappe, U-M Classical Studies3:30 PM Off Campus Location
LRCCS Tuesday Lecture Series | “Treating One’s Neighbor Like a Gully” 以鄰為壑: Yellow River Management and the Environmental Ethics of the Chinese State
Ling Zhang, Associate Professor of History, Boston College11:30 AM Room 110 Weiser Hall
Medieval Lunch. Notions of Race in Medieval Europe.
This session is a paired presentation, featuring the work of a U-M faculty and graduate student in conversation.12:00 PM 1014 Tisch Hall