Medals and shells, the remnants of natural and human past, are often seen as clues leading to different ways of thinking about the world. But is it possible that thinking about shells may enrich our understanding of medals? This was one of the questions raised in the public lecture of Carlo Ginzburg, professor emeritus at UCLA, delivered at CEU on May 24th.
Students and faculty from the Medieval Studies and History Departments joined fellow early modernists from King’s College London, Münster University, and Sabanci University Istanbul to discuss early modern legal history at the annual Early Modern History Workshop that took place at Princeton University this year.
Roger Griffin and Constantin Iordachi, “Fascism,” in The SAGE Handbook of Political Sociology, 2v, edited by William Outhwaite and Stephen Turner, eds. (London, Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 2018), 548-572.