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The Mongol Empire and its Legacy
The Mongol Empire and its Legacy
WhenFriday, Apr 6, 2018, 1:30 – 5 p.m.
Campus locationThomson Hall (THO)
Campus room317
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Target AudienceStudents, Faculty and General Public

The University of Washington is proud to announce its second symposium on the theme of The Mongol Empire and its Legacy. 

Come hear:
Professor Hodong Kim, Department of Asian History, Seoul National University, speak about “Four Paradigms in the Study of the Mongol Empire." 

Professor Eiren Shea, Department of Art and Art History, Grinnell College, speak about “Pomp, Dress, and Circumstance: Robing at Khubilai’s Court (1260-1294).”

Professor Stefan Kamola, Department of History, Eastern Connecticut State University, speak about “The Shape of the World: Universal History under the Mongols.”

There will be a reception following the event.

Symposium organizers, Professor Matthew Mosca (History & Jackson School of International Studies) and Professor Joel Walker (History), thank the following units at the University of Washington for their support of this event: Art History Program; Center for Korea Studies; China Studies Program; Department of History; Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization; Ellison Center for Russian, Eastern European, and Central Asian Studies; Center for Global Studies; Middle East Center; and Simpson Center for the Humanities

  *The Middle East Center’s sponsorship of events does not imply that the Center endorses the content of the event.

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