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Sixth Annual Graduate Student Colloquium

Saturday, 19 May 2007 Centennial House, UCSB

Civic Culture: Cities and Towns in the Middle Ages Plenary Speaker: Edward Muir, Northwestern University

2007 Colloquium: “Conversion and Apostasy in the Medieval World"

Friday and Saturday, February 2 and 3, 2007
McCune Conference Room

This winter’s colloquium, “Conversion and Apostasy in the Medieval World,” examines the process and experience of religious conversion from Muslim, Christian and Jewish perspectives. Scholars working in the disciplines of History, Art History, Middle Eastern Studies, Religious Studies, English and Spanish literature will present papers exploring artistic and literary representations of conversion and converts and the impact of religious conversion on ethnic and cultural identities.


Fifth Annual Graduate Student Colloquium: “Manuscript Culture in the Middle Ages: Production, Transmission, & Use”



Fall Colloquium on History, Politics, and Medieval Romance
Winter Conference on Cultural Conflicts and Collaborations


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