Join us mid-November through mid-May for our annual Cultures & Knowledge Workshop series featuring presentations by faculty, ranging across historical and disciplinary boundaries and exploring knowledge formation and transmittal from antiquity to the present day. These events are open to campus. Reservations for in person are required; lunch is served. These events are hybrid with Zoom options. Please see the calendar for dates and presenters. 

Co-Sponsored Events

Invisible Landscapes: Eduardo Góes Neves

February 9, 2023
4:00 PM–5:30 PM

IFK

Cultivation without Domestication and Urbanism without Cities in Ancient Amazonia
Co-Sponsored Events

Invisible Landscapes: Aleksandar Shopov

March 2, 2023
4:00 PM–5:30 PM

IFK

Growing the Ottoman Capital: Apocalyptic Narratives, Urbanism, and the Rise of the Bostans after 1453
Co-Sponsored Events

Invisible Landscapes: Beth Conklin

March 9, 2023
4:00 PM–5:30 PM

IFK

Blind Spots in the Ethnographic Gaze: Rethinking Indigenous Amazonian Relationality Through a Microbial Lens