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Feb 23 | “Bastards and their Families in Medieval Europe”

Thursday, February 23 at 4:30 PM ARC, Room 5318 Sara McDougall Professor of History, John Jay College; French and History, CUNY Graduate Center This talk will address illegitimate children and their families in Medieval Europe, with a focus on the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. In principle, birth to anything other than legitimate marriage rendered a […]

Mar 15 | Race in the CUNY Classroom

RACE IN THE CLASSROOM……         Workshops on Exploring the Impact of Race and Racism on Teaching Wednesday, March 15th, 5:30-9PM in room 5414  Refreshments served from 5:30-6:00PM Are you a GC student who teaches or plans to? (more…)

Feb 24 | Sounding the Middle Ages

Have you ever wondered what music of the Middle Ages might have sounded like? Join us for a live recreation of Troubadour and Trouvère songs, as well as instrumental pieces from the Manuscrit du Roi. See Medieval-model instruments in action, and engage with the performers in a question-and-answer session about the repertoire and their instruments. […]

Feb 24-25 | The Futures of Medieval Historiography” Conference

Registration is now open for “The Futures of Medieval Historiography” conference, to be held at Van Pelt Library at the University of Pennsylvania on February 24-25. The conference is free and open to the public, but registration is requested. Please see the attached poster for the full list of speakers. Further details and the link […]

Feb 10 | A Case study Byzantine monasticism in two Anatolian provinces, c. 500-700

The moderators of Friends of the Saints seminars in late antique, medieval and early modern hagiography and religious history at the CUNY Graduate Center are pleased to invite you to its first “Byzantine Spring 2017”  talk on Byzantine religious/saintly subjects: Friday February 10, 7:00 pm in room 5105: David A. Heayn (GC History Ph.D. Candidate): A Case […]

Old Master Drawings 1465 to 1670

Les Enluminures is pleased to announce OLD MASTER DRAWINGS 1465 to 1670 is on extended view through Saturday, February 25 at its New York gallery. Click here for the full information.

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