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Antiquity & the Premodern World at Yale Libraries: Home
This interdisciplinary workshop serves as an important meeting ground for those who work on the ancient world at Yale, and is an important forum that allows sustained conversation over a semester or even a year about a common theme.
The interdepartmental Council on Archaeological Studies is composed of faculty from a broad range of disciplines, including Anthropology, Classics, Geology and Geophysics, and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.
The weekly Medieval Lunch Colloquium brings together medievalists from a variety of departments in the University for informal presentations and discussion. At each meeting, a speaker presents work-in-progress to an interdisciplinary audience of graduate students, faculty and staff working in medieval studies. Speakers include both Yale faculty and graduate students, with occasional out-of-town guests.
a forum for sharing, discussing, and presenting work on gender and sexuality in an interdisciplinary setting that is dedicated to the study of pre-modern (defined as prior to ca. 1750) societies and cultures.
This interdisciplinary workshop serves as an important meeting ground for those who work on the ancient world at Yale, and is an important forum that allows sustained conversation over a semester or even a year about a common theme. The workshop meets once a month during the academic year. Presenters include Yale faculty and graduate students, and a few visiting professors. The chronological scope of the seminar exte
The Yale University Library system provides unparalleled resources for the study of the ancient and pre-modern world. In addition to comprehensive collections of secondary scholarship, Library collections include primary-source material ranging from cuneiform tablets to medieval and Renaissance manuscripts and early printed books. Several library departments curate such collections and can provide guidance for their access and use.