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Trading with the Enemy: Greek Pottery in the Persian World

Green Hall 3-S-15

ABSTRACT: Gordion, in central Turkey, was the capital of the Phrygian empire in Anatolia until about 600 B.C. By the mid 6th century, it came under Persian control as the Medes expanded their territory westward from their Iranian heartland. During the over 200 years of Persian control, the residents of Gordion imported a surprising amount […]

Carl E. Schorske Memorial Lecture | Giving the Working Class a Body: Politics, Literature, and Class War

Godfrey Kerr Theater Studio, Lewis Arts complex 122 ALEXANDER STREET, Princeton

The Program in European Cultural Studies (ECS) is pleased to announce that Édouard Louis will deliver this year’s annual Carl E. Schorske Memorial Lecture on Thursday, April 6. Registration is required for this event. Please email Anna D’Elia to RSVP. Reception to follow in the forum.  We know that class domination is a synonym for the […]

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