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