The Mediterranean Perspective on Global History and Culture
The Mediterranean Perspective on Global History and Culture is a major initiative established by the University for the interdisciplinary study of the Mediterranean. It brings together faculty in the arts, humanities, and social sciences to study the ways in which the sea has served over time as a medium of contact, exchange, and interaction. Taking a networked approach to historical and cultural inquiry, the group works collaboratively to articulate and implement new ways of thinking about the transnational and transcultural dynamics of historical processes in the region. This approach brings essential research to bear upon the Mediterranean as a region whose interconnected histories and cultures are especially relevant for understanding global relations in the world today.
Four faculty positions have been allocated, one to each of the following units: Jean and Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, Department of History of Art, the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (RLL), and the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Searches in RLL and Architecture will be conducted in 2012-2013. For information on positions, click here.
- Mediterranean Topographies Fall 2014 Lecture Schedule September 29, 2014
- Fourth cluster position in Mediterranean Studies (Department of Classical Studies) announced September 29, 2014