MEMS Graduate Student Talks: “The Example of Benvenuto Da Imola”

Alberto De Simoni (Classics), “Tradition in Its Making: the Example of Benvenuto Da Imola” Thursday, February 11 2:30-3:30 160 Pugh Hall Some 50 years after Dante’s death, Benvenuto is already… Read More

Titian, Allegory of Lepanto

Mediterranean Crosscurrents in Juan Latino’s Song of John of Austria

Elizabeth R. Wright, Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Georgia A Brown-Bag Lunchtime Seminar, Thursday February 11, 12:00 (Keene-Flint 05—History Conference Room) Scholars of the African Diaspora celebrate Juan Latino… Read More


Call for Papers

Another year for MEMS Graduate Student Talks is upon us! Last year we had a number of remarkable presentations, and we hope to add to this in Spring 2016. If… Read More


Blanton on Historiographies of Time

Friday, November 20 at 4:00 PM in Pugh 160,the third MEMS Graduate Student Talk of the semester Tim Blanton (History) “Whose Time? Which Past?: Some Reflections on Medieval and Modern… Read More