Black Sea Migrations in the Long Thirteenth Century: Bodies, Things, Ideas
Fri, 9/22—Sat, 9/23 · 211 Dickinson Hall
Center for Collaborative History
This conference examines the role both of the major ports and cities of the Black Sea region — such as Constantinople, Pera, Kiev, Caffa, Sudak, Tana, Sarai Batu and Trebizond – and of the agrarian and pastoral communities of the hinterlands in shaping the trans-regional movement of people, goods and ideas between Asia, Europe and Africa. Register here.
Organized by: Lillian Datchev | Earnestine Qiu | Teresa Shawcross | Center for Collaborative History
Sponsored by: Center for Collaborative History | Department of Art & Archaeology | Department of Religion | Humanities Council | Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies | Program in Medieval Studies | Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies | University Center for Human Values