How do historians, art historians, and literary historians of premodern Europe shape their research and their teaching around questions of race? How do current debates on race theory shape our perception of the past and deepen historical inquiry? This graduate colloquium focuses on the most recent publications on race in medieval and early modern studies to reflect on such questions while examining the challenges that race studies put on historical definitions, research methodologies, as well as teaching institutions.
|Title||Instructor||Quarter||Day, Time, Location|
ARTHIST 207D (section 1)
Race and Ethnicity in Premodern Europe (ARTHIST 407D, HISTORY 215B, HISTORY 315B)
|Griffiths, F., Lugli, E.||2020-2021 Winter||
10:30am - 11:50am