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Lecture — Material Culture in the Medieval Islamicate World, Lecture 3 (Miriam Frenkel) February 19, 2020 | Miriam Frenkel Associate Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem | The Matter of Things: Material Culture in the Medieval Islamicate World, Lecture 3 | The Leon Levy Foundation Lectures in Jewish Material Culture | Additional support ...
One More Thing: Emily Isakson (Tomte/Nisse) Although our Gallery is closed, classes have moved online, and our seminars, lectures, and symposia have been suspended, our commitment to the study of the past through objects remains central to our operation. In this series, a kind of mashup ...
One More Thing: Nicole Dee-Collins (Souvenir Louis XIV-Style Shoe) Although our Gallery is closed, classes have moved online, and our seminars, lectures, and symposia have been suspended, our commitment to the study of the past through objects remains central to our operation. In this series, a kind of mashup ...
One More Thing: François Louis (Football) Although our Gallery is closed, classes have moved online, and our seminars, lectures, and symposia have been suspended, our commitment to the study of the past through objects remains central to our operation. In this series, a kind of mashup ...
One More Thing: Danielle Weindling (Simon & Garfunkel Record) Although our Gallery is closed, classes have moved online, and our seminars, lectures, and symposia have been suspended, our commitment to the study of the past through objects remains central to our operation. In this series, a kind of mashup ...
Eileen Gray exhibition with Bard Graduate Center Gallery Explore the Eileen Gray exhibition with Bard Graduate Center Gallery educator Rachael Schwabe (BGC MA 2020) as she shares some of her thoughts and reflections on Eileen Gray's creative practice.
Lecture — Crafting Cosmopolitanism in Tang China, 618–907 (BuYun Chen) October 15, 2019 | BuYun Chen, Swarthmore College | "Crafting Cosmopolitanism in Tang China (618–907)" | The Global Middle Ages Seminar
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