Postings

Postings

[:en] “Shields of Grace.” El Palacio. Winter 2016. pp. 56-65. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Download full article as a PDF. http://www.elpalacio.org/articles/winter16/shields.pdf Heraldry, or the practice of communicating a family’s origins, is an ancient practice that perhaps began as early as the Egyptian pharaohs during the 31st century BCE—over 5,000 years ago. Coats of arms that depict...
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[:en][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dr. Martínez served as a guest curator at the New Mexico History Museum (Santa Fe, USA) and is the co-curator of the Fractured Faiths: Spanish Judaism, The Inquisition, and New World Identities exhibition. In the 10th through 13th centuries, Spain flowered into waves of golden ages, as Muslim, Jewish and Catholic peoples achieved new heights in...
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[:en]Now Enrolling on edX.org Class Starts on 14 June 2016 Explore the medieval city of Burgos (Spain) and assess its history of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim religious and cultural coexistence. About this course This history course delves into the medieval history of the city of Burgos, from its inception in 884 c.e. as the homeland...
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[:en] Grapevine: Coincidence and memory From the Jerusalem Post 5 May 2016 “FOR ANYONE searching for their Sephardi Jewish roots, the name Genie Milgrom is a kind of open sesame. Milgrom is a Cuban American who was raised Catholic, whose family practiced certain Jewish customs handed down from generation to generation without explanation, and whose...
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[:en]Digitally Democratizing Discovery: Mobilizing Global Citizen Scholars for Manuscript Studies Date: 5 April 2016 Time: 3:15 – 14:45 Location: ETH-Zurich, Switzerland (Room HG E 33.3) Event: Behavioral Studies Colloquium. The “Behaviroral Studies” Colloquium (851-0252-04L) is a shared weekly colloquium organized by the chairs of Prof. Hölscher, Daniel, Diekmann, Helbling, Schubert, Stadtfeld and Stern. Hosts: Drs. Hölscher and Schinazi...
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[:en] UCCS professor invites 16,000+ online students to in-person lecture With only three days’ notice, Roger L. Martinez-Davila invited 6,000 current and 10,000 former CU massive open online course (MOOC) students to a Feb. 1 Madrid lecture at Spain’s preeminent research center — Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas. Read more at https://www.cu.edu/news/creating-global-village-moocs-madrid  [:]
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[:en] Hi MOOC Students! I hope you are enjoying the beginning of our spring 2016 course (Deciphering Secrets: Unlocking the Manuscripts of Medieval Spain) and that it meets your expectations. First, I wanted to thank each and every one of you for enrolling in the course and joining us in this journey of discovery! When I first...
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[:en] “Plus Ultra, Beyond Text: Digital 3D Representations of Late Medieval Spanish Inter-Religious History” Many thanks to Professor Lauric Henneton, Maître de conférences, Institut des Etudes Culturelles et Internationales (IECI), Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France, for the invitation to present at the Programme du séminaire “Épistémologie et pratiques des Humanités numériques” on 13 May 2016. Professor Henneton has organized...
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[:en][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Texas Early Music Project‘s opening of the 2015-16 Season Saturday, September 5, 2015 at 8PM, with pre-concert lecture at 7PM St. Martin’s Lutheran Church, 606 W. 15th Street Sunday, September 6, 2015 at 3PM, , with pre-concert lecture at 2PM Temple Beth Shalom, 7300 Hart Lane Experience the performance of medieval Sephardic, Islamic, and...
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Virtual Plasencia (Spain): Evaluating the Relationships of Jews, Christians, and Muslims Via an Interdisciplinary Geovisualization and Transcription Endeavor.
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