Upcoming Faculty Presentations Spring 2016

January 15 Tim Harris will give a talk, "The Revolution of 1688: Some Misconceptions" at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.  http://triangle.ens-lyon.fr/spip.php?article5568
February 7 Michael Steinberg will give a talk at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Magnes Museum: "Inner Voices of the Mendelssohn Family," a keynote for The Mendelssohn Project.
March 4-7 Omer Bartov will be presenting the Spanish translation of Erased: Vanishing Traces of Jewish Galicia, in Barcelona, Spain.
March 28 "Understanding Muslim-Jewish Conflict in France: A Historical Overview," a talk given by Maud Mandel at Emory University.
March 29 "The Voice of Your Brother's Blood: The Murder of a Town in Eastern Galicia," a talk given by Omer Bartov at Tulane University.
March 31 Maud Mandel will be giving a talk, "Understanding Muslim-Jewish Conflict in France: A Historical Overview," at the University of Minnesota.
March 31 At the University of Minnesota, Maud Mandel will give a talk, "The Birth and Death of French Pluriculturalism: A Tale of Muslim-Jewish Encounter."
April 20 Omer Bartov will give a talk, "The Voice of Your Brother's Blood: Buczacz, Biography of a Town" at NYU.
April 21 "Thinking Wagner/Thinking Israel," a talk given by Michael Steinberg at the Institute for Jewish Culture in Sweden, Stockholm.
April 23 Nancy Jacobs will be the keynote speaker at a workshop "African Environments and their Populations" at Georgetown Univerisiy. 
May 14 Keynote will be given at the 40th anniversary conference of the Program in European Cultural Studies by Michael Steinberg at Princeton University, "The Future of the European Past."
May 17 Michael Steinberg  will give a  talk at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, "Music and the History of Emotions."
May 30 Nancy Jacobs will give a talk, "Birders of Africa: The Politics of a Network" African History Research Seminar at the University of Basel.
June 3  "Birders of Africa: The Politics of a Network," a talk given by Nancy Jacobs at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin.