CEMS Research Seminars are informal, lunchtime gatherings at which CEMS members present their current or recent research in a friendly, low-stakes environment. The presentations are brief (15-20mins) and ample time is left for discussion. The idea is to become more familiar with one another's research and encourage conversations within CEMS. In this way, we hope to strengthen the internal community and benefit from the excellent scholarship in which our colleagues are engaged.
Robyn Radway (History Department)
Emese Muntan (Medieval Studies, Ph.D. candidate)
Global Catholicism and Early Modern Ottoman Europe
Brett Wilson (History Department )
Subduing the Saints: Sufism, Culture, and Nation in Modern Turkey
Baukje van den Berg (Medieval Studies)
Eustathios of Thessalonike on Homer and Excellent Oratory