[MGSA-L] Minorities in the Mediterranean: San Francisco State University/University of California

Roland Moore rolandmo at pacbell.net
Mon Mar 3 14:23:40 PST 2014


http://mediterraneanseminar.ihr.ucsc.edu/

Friday 
and Saturday, March 7-8
Minorities in the 
Mediterranean: 
A Symposium and Workshop

  
March 7, 10:00 AM; March 8, 9:30 AM/ Humanities Bldg, Room 587/ San Francisco State University/ 1600 Holloway Ave/ San 
Francisco 
  

The Mediterranean Seminar is an 
interdisciplinary scholarly forum, the aim of which is to promote collaborative 
research and the development of the field of Mediterranean Studies. The UC 
Mediterranean Studies Multi-Campus Research Project is funded by the UC Office 
of the President and is administered by the Institute for Humanities Research at 
the University of California, Santa Cruz. 

The Mediterranean 
Seminar/University of California Multi-Campus Research Project and the 
departments of Comparative and World Literature, History, Jewish Studies, and 
the Spanish Program of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at 
San Francisco State University invite participants to a two-day, two-part event 
on Medieval and Early Modern Minorities in the Mediterranean. Participants from 
the broadest range of relevant disciplines are welcome and encouraged to 
register.  All interested graduate students and scholars are welcome. 

Both events are free, but pre-registration is required; attendance is 
limited so please register soon. UC-and SFSU-affiliated scholars may register 
immediately, non-UC scholars on or after February 7. Lunch will be provided on 
both days for attendees who register prior to February 26.

To register 
for the workshop and/or conference and receive the workshop papers, please 
contact Courtney Mahaney,  cmahaney at ucsc.edu. 
UC-affiliated faculty and graduate students will be eligible for up to $350 for 
travel expenses; non-UC participants may apply also.

Sponsored by the UC Mediterranean Studies Multicampus Research 
Project.
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