Elsewhere at Harvard

2019 Dec 04

IAAS Lecture Series - Why Pots (Don't) Matter: Complexity in Bronze Age Eurasia

1:15pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

CGIS-South Building, Room S250, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge MA 02138

Why Pots (Don't) Matter: Complexity in Bronze Age Eurasia

Speaker: Paula Dupuy, Assistant Professor of Anthropoogy, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan

Hosted by the Committee on Inner Asian and Altaic Studies

2019 Oct 09

IAAS Lecture Series - The Circulation of Medicine and Notions of Healing in Early 20th Century Chinese Turkestan via Network Analysis

1:15pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

CGIS-South Building, Room S250, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge MA 02138

The Circulation of Medicine and Notions of Healing in Early 20th Century Chinese Turkestan via Network Analysis

Speaker: Arienne Dwyer, Professor of Linguistic Anthropology, University of Kansas

Hosted by the Committee on Inner Asian and Altaic Studies

2019 Sep 23

Toledot Yeshu ("The Life of Jesus") among the Jews of Medieval Islamic Lands

4:00pm

Location: 

Harvard Semitic Museum, Room 201, 6 Divinity Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138

(See event flyer here)
The Department of near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University presents: 

Toledot Yeshu ("The Life of Jesus") among the Jews of Medieval Islamic Lands

A lecture with Dr. Miriam Goldstein
(Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature and chair of the Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Hebrew University of...

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2019 Sep 24

Open House : Program in Islamic Law, Harvard Law School

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Austin Hall, Room 102
The Program for Islamic Law welcomes students, faculty, and staff back for the new year. Come learn about the program, meet others with similar interests, and more. Refreshments will be served.
2019 Sep 17

Assembling the Dinosaur

6:00pm

Location: 

Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Free Lecture and Book Signing

Lukas Rieppell, David and Michelle Ebersman Assistant Professor of History, Brown University

Dinosaur fossils were first found in England, but a series of late-nineteenth-century discoveries in the American West turned the United States into a world center for vertebrate paleontology. Around the same time, the United States also emerged as an economic powerhouse of global proportions, and large, fierce, and spectacular creatures like Tyrannosaurus, Brontosaurus, and Triceratops ...

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2019 Sep 26

Symposium: Inequality in America Initiative

3:00pm to 4:30pm

Location: 

CGIS Knafel 354

Hosted by:
Claudine Gay, Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences 
Lawrence Bobo, Dean of Social Science, Faculty of Arts & Sciences

Speakers:
Elizabeth Hinton, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences in Hist. and African & Afr. Amer. Stud.
Incarcerated Scholars Project
Ryan Enos, Professor of Government
Long-Term Effects of Racial Diversity: Evidence from Linked Census and Voter File Data
Benjamin...

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2019 Sep 12

(Mahindra Humanities Center) Roundtable: "The Funding of Higher Education: Different Objectives in Switzerland, the UK, and the USA"

5:00pm to 7:00pm

Location: 

133 Barker Center, Harvard, 12 Quincy St, Cambridge

Speakers:
John Brewer, Eli and Edith Broad Professor of the Humanities emeritus, California Institute of Technology, and Associate at Harvard University Department of History
Cristiano Casalini, Associate Professor and Endowed Chair in Jesuit Pedagogy and Educational History and a Research Scholar with the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College
Anja-Silvia Goeing, Associate at Harvard University/Professor at University of Zurich, Early Modern History and History of Education.
Philipp Gonon, Professor of Vocational Education, Head...

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2019 May 02

ARTS FIRST Festival

Thu May 2 (All day) to Sun May 5 (All day)

Each ARTS FIRST festival is unique but every year combines the exuberance of Harvard students, faculty and affiliates who are passionate about the many art forms presented in four rousing days of performances, exhibitions and art-making opportunities. See visual art and opera, dance styles from around the world, many music genres, stand-up and improv comedy, theater, public art, poetry, experimental performances and so much more. 

To see the event page for more details,...

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