Cultural Hybridities: Christians, Muslims & Jews in the Medieval Mediterranean
NEH Summer Institute for College and University Professors
July 4–July 31, 2010 • Barcelona (Spain)
Applications are now being taken for the 2010 Mediterranean Studies NEH Summer Institute, to be held in Barcelona, Spain. This is the second four-week Summer Institute for University and College Professors organized by The Mediterranean Seminar.
Faculty will include Judith Cohen (York University), Steven Epstein (University of Kansas), Harvey Hames (Ben Gurion University), Peregrine Horden (Royal Holloway), Cynthia Robinson (Cornell), and Daniel Selden (UC Santa Cruz), as well as co-Directors, Brian A. Catlos and Sharon Kinoshita, and selected Spanish scholars.
Our twenty-four participants will be university and college faculty who teach American post-secondary students. Applicants of all ranks and all levels of institution are welcome, from all relevant Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences disciplines. Two places are reserved for qualified graduate students (ABD/ final stages of writing strongly preferred).
Please review the information and the application instructions on the Institute website, www.mediterraneanseminar.org. The application deadline is March 2, 2010.
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