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A Workshop with Dr. Mattia C. Chiriatti

Location: 
Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram, Feldman Building, Room 128
Mon, 20/01/2020 - 09:00 to 15:00

Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the Erasmus+ Teaching Mobility for Academic Staff Program invite graduate students to participate in a workshop on the late antique and early medieval period. Our venerable guest is Dr. Mattia C. Chiriatti, of the University of Alcalá. Dr. Chiriatti's field of interest includes intellectual and cultural history in the late antique period, and especially the cultural exchanges between East and West.

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CONGRATULATIONS!

IIAS congratulates  Prof. Yitzhak Hen, IIAS Director,

on being elected as a fellow of the Medieval Academy of America.

 

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