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15183Oriental Institute Lecture Series

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  • fdscalf
    Sep 20, 2013
      The Oriental Institute Lecture Series are a unique opportunity to learn about the ancient Near East from world renowned scholars.  Join us each first Wednesday* of the month from September – February & April – May at the Oriental Institute auditorium, Breasted Hall.  Lectures start at 7:00 pm with a reception to follow in the museum.  Lectures are free and open to the public thanks to the generous support of Oriental Institute Members.  Please register at oimembersevents.eventbrite.com.


      Calendar of 2013-14 Lectures
      All lectures start at 7:00 pm at the Oriental Institute, 1155 E 58th Street, Chicago, IL 60637

      Date / Lecturer / Title      
      *Four-Part Series: Why Did Civilization Collapse: Internal Decay or External Forces?


      *October 2 / Ian Morris / Why the West Rules -- For Now: The Patterns of History, and What They Reveal About the Future

       

      *November 6 / Felix Hoflmayer / Chronologies of Collapse: Climate Change and

      the late Third Millennium BCE Ancient Near East


      *December 4 / Clifford Ando / The Long Defeat:  The Fall of the Roman Empire in East and West


      *January 8 / Hartmut Kühne / The Collapse of the Assyrian Empire and the Evidence of Dur-Katlimmu

       

      February 5 / Richard Payne / The Rise of Christianity in Iran

      April 2 / Elspeth Dusinberre / Empire and Identity in Achaemenid Persia Anatolia

      May 7 / Gregory Marouard / New discoveries at Wadi el-Jarf: The harbor of King Khufu on the Egyptian Red Sea Coast

       

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