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CANCELLED: January 21 - The Other Woman: Encoded Messages in Egyptian Art
Phyllis Saretta, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

February 18 -  ARCE Lecture: Middle Kingdom Clappers, Dancers, Birth Magic, and the Reinvention of Ritual
Ellen F. Morris, Barnard College

March 7 - Material Worlds: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Contacts and Exchange in the Ancient Near East 
Workshop, organized by Arnulf Hausleiter, ISAW Visiting Research Scholar

March 10 - Veiling the Late Roman House
John Stephenson, Appalachian State University

March 29 - Rostovtzeff Lecture Series I: A Slave Road? Sogdian Merchants and Foreign Slaves at Turfan 
Jonathan K. Skaff, ISAW Visiting Research Scholar 

March 31 - Gallery Talk: The Trade and Technique of Late Antique Textiles
Irene Soto, ISAW PhD Candidate

April 5 - Rostovtzeff Lecture Series II: Sogdians or Borderlanders?, Part I: Lives Revealed in Epitaphs 
Jonathan K. Skaff, ISAW Visiting Research Scholar

April 8 - The Formation of Cultural Memory: Ancient Mesopotamian Libraries and Schools and Their Contribution to the Shaping of Tradition and Identity  
Workshop, organized by Beate Pongratz-Leisten, ISAW
10:00am-5:00pm 

April 12 - Rostovtzeff Lecture Series III: Sogdians or Borderlanders?, Part II: Death Rituals Revealed in Tombs 
Jonathan K. Skaff, ISAW Visiting Research Scholar 

April 14 - Second Presentation of Gallery Talk: The Trade and Technique of Late Antique Textiles
Irene Soto, ISAW PhD Candidate  

April 15,16 - The Global Eighth Century: A Comparative Assessment of Socio-economic and Political Developments in the Eighth Century CE Across Eurasia 
Workshop, organized by Erik Hermans, ISAW 
Day One: April 15, 10:30am-5:30pm*
Day Two: April 16, 9:00am-1:00pm*
*Separate registration is required for each day of the workshop

April 19 - Rostovtzeff Lecture Series IV: A Tang Dynasty Ally in Mongolia: Pugu Yitu (635-678) 
Jonathan K. Skaff, ISAW Visiting Research Scholar 

April 22 - Iran Across the East/West Trade: Routes of Communication and Exchange, Products of Exchange, and Networks of Trade Circa 500-900 CE 
Workshop, organized by Parvaneh Pourshariati, ISAW Visiting Research Scholar
9:30am-4:30pm

May 12 - ARCE Lecture: Horus, Set and Israel: Egyptian Literary Reflections in a Biblical Mirror
Gary Greenberg, Independent Scholar 

May 16,17
Cult Practices in Ancient Literatures: Egyptian, Near Eastern and Graeco-Roman Narratives in a Cross-Cultural Perspective 
Workshop, organized by Franziska Naether, ISAW Visiting Research Scholar
Day One: May 16, 10:00am-4:30pm*
Day Two: May 17, 9:30am-11:30am*
*Separate registration is required for each day of the workshop

May 19 - Coptic Art, Modern Design, Art History: The Changing Value of Late Antique Textiles at the Brooklyn Museum
Edward Bleiberg, Brooklyn Museum

June 9th - ARCE Lecture: The Other Woman: Encoded Messages in Egyptian Art
Phyllis Saretta, The Metropolitan Museum of Art