The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies hosts a symposium that presents an opportunity to think about different methodologies and different ways of writing history when faced with the challenge of sources.
Thursday, January 30, 2020
1:30 PM - 6:00 PM
314 Royce Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Can we still use the traditional narrative within a connected history of brokers, frontiers, and cultural transfers, or should we be thinking about different ways of telling history, developing, for instance, network narratives or fragmented narratives?
Fauvelle – Collège de
France; Chair of History and Archaeology of African Worlds/Histoire etarchéologie des mondes africains
Lamia Balafrej – Art History, UCLA
Jody Benjamin – History, UC Riverside
Kristen Collins – J. Paul Getty Museum
Bryan Keene – J. Paul Getty Museum
Ghislaine Lydon –
Hollian Wint – History, UCLA
Stephanie Bosch Santana – Comparative Literature, UCLA
Funding is provided by the Endowment of the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
Co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for African Studies, the UCLA Department of French and Francophone Studies, and the UCLA Department of History.
Cost : Free and open to the public
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies310-825-1880 email@example.com
Sponsor(s): African Studies Center, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Department of History, French and Francophone Studies