Creating Europe Speaker Series: Discovering Byzantium

Activity Type: 
Lecture Series / Brown Bag
Presenter: 
Prof. Holger A. Klein, Lisa and Bernard Selz Professor of Medieval Art History Columbia University
Date: 
Wednesday, November 10, 2021 - 12:30
Event Status: 
As Scheduled
Location: 
Posvar 4130
Contact Person: 
Kenneth Reilly
Contact Email: 
ker104@pitt.edu

The Creating Europe Speaker Series is a two-year project funded by a Jean Monnet Project grant from the European Commission and part of a larger initiative to reimagine European Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. The series will explore ideas of Europe from Late Antiquity to the contemporary period and consider ways in which processes of “integration” and “disintegration” have been at work in Europe for much of its history.

In this first session, Professor Klein will join Pitt Professors Shirin Fozi (History of Art and Architecture) and James Picket (History) for a discussion of his work and how it informs our understanding of Europe in the Medieval period.

Place: Posvar 4130 – masks required, University of Pittsburgh campus community members only
*For those who cannot attend in person, the event will be livestreamed.

UCIS Unit: 
Center for Russian East European and Eurasian Studies
European Studies Center
Other Pitt Sponsors: 
Department of History
Is Event Already in University Calendar?: 
No
Pitt Undergrads: 
19
Pitt Grad Students: 
6