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Mobility: Memory and Transformation in the Eastern Mediterranean
October 12, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
From the transfer of ideas and people across borders through the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine civilizations to today’s large-scale distress migration, Greece is an important location for studying the historical, theoretical, and practical aspects of mobility in the Eastern Mediterranean.
In this year’s Worldwide Week at Harvard, the Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece, in cooperation with the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, the Department of History of Art + Architecture, and the Harvard Summer School, invites you to attend a discussion on “Mobility: Memory and Transformation in the Eastern Mediterranean” that will bring together faculty from three Harvard Programs in Greece. Opening remarks will be delivered by Dr. Natalia Linos, FXB Center Executive Director.
Speakers: Jacqueline Bhabha (FXB Center for Health & Human Rights, Summer Program on Migration and Refugee Studies in Greece, Harvard University), Eurydice Georganteli (History of Art + Architecture, Harvard Summer Program in Greece, Harvard University), Nicolas Prevelakis (Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, CHS Teaching Internships Program in Greece, Harvard University), Vasileia Digidiki (FXB Center for Health & Human Rights, Summer Program on Migration and Refugee Studies in Greece, Harvard University)
Moderator: Sandra Naddaff (Dean, Harvard Summer School, Senior Lecturer, Comparative Literature, Harvard University)
Date and Time: October 12, 5:00 – 6:00 pm (followed by reception)
Location: Harvard University, Department of History of Art and Architecture, 485 Broadway: lower lecture hall, Cambridge, MA 02138
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