Bakirtzis and Stavrou inaugurate Center for World Heritage Studies Round Table Series

Nikolas Bakirtzis (Center for World Heritage Studies) and Theofanis Stavrou (History) inaugurate the Center for World Heritage Studies Round Table Series with a presentation and response. Bakirtzis will speak on aspects of the late medieval architectural heritage of Cyprus, Crete, Rhodes, and Chios. This heritage, according to Bakirtzis, provides a context to revise the methodological and historiographical approach to the monuments of Crusader societies. Stavrou will respond to Bakirtzis' work-in-progress, which is part of an ongoing Cyprus Institute/European Commission Marie Curie project.

Tracing Identity in the Eastern Mediterranean
Architecture and Society in Crusader Cyprus, Crete, Rhodes, and Chios
Thursday, November 13, 5:00-6:15 p.m.
225 Rapson Hall

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