Princeton's humanities community moves from an era of lockdowns to the concept and practice of mobility.
Medieval Studies is pleased to offer the Faculty Colloquium Series this Fall 2021. Eve Krakowski (Near Eastern Studies and Program in Judaic Studies) will present a lunchtime talk on October 27 entitled "Before the Geniza Documents: The Case of a Marriage Arbitration from the Tenth-Century Fayyūm". Attendees may choose to attend in-person or via Zoom, (…)
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