September 10: Raymond Van Dam Lecture: "Big Cities, Food, and Migration in the Later Roman Empire: A Simple Model"
Followed by "Senses and Longings" symposium ...
Programs bolster new "Senses and Longings" theme ...
Ten History faculty and graduate students selected ...
The Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies, established in 2006 by a generous gift by Kenneth and Frances Aftel Eisenberg, provides a world-class forum for historical research and teaching.
- EIHS Lecture: "Big Cities, Food, and Migration in the Later Roman Empire: A Simple Model"
Speaker: Raymond Van Dam, University of Michigan
- EIHS Symposium: "Senses and Longings: An Introduction"
- EIHS Lecture: "The 'Desire of Deeds': Sensuality, Nostalgia, and the Affective Effects of Medieval Documentation"
Speaker: Carol Symes, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- EIHS Graduate Student Workshop
- EIHS Lecture: "Lives and Afterlives of 'El Negro Raúl': Racial Stories in Twentieth-Century Argentina"
Speaker: Paulina L. Alberto, University of Michigan