Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean: virtual symposium 3/18 and 4/08

We invite you to save the date and register for the following virtual symposium, to be held on March 18 and April 8, 2022, via zoom. Please share with colleagues and students who may be interested:

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean 

virtual symposium 

March 18 and April 8, 2022 

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean: virtual symposium 3/18 and 4/08

We invite you to save the date and register for the following virtual symposium, to be held on March 18 and April 8, 2022, via zoom. Please share with colleagues and students who may be interested:

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean 

virtual symposium 

March 18 and April 8, 2022 

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean: virtual symposium 3/18 and 4/08

We invite you to save the date and register for the following virtual symposium, to be held on March 18 and April 8, 2022, via zoom. Please share with colleagues and students who may be interested:

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean 

virtual symposium 

March 18 and April 8, 2022 

Lecture Series: The Mediterranean and its Blind Spots | Blinde Flecken im Raum: Das Mittelmeer

Wednesdays, 16:00-17:30, now until 2.2.2022 - online via Zoom and in person in Regensburg. The lectures take place in either German or English. To register for online access, please contact islands@ur.de. The full program is available below and also here.

To attend in Venice: An Archipelago of Connectivity: Port-Cities, Hinterlands, and Islands in the Modern Mediterranean (27-29 September 2021)

An Archipelago of Connectivity: Port-Cities, Hinterlands, and Islands in the Modern Mediterranean – Venice, 27-29 September 2021

Useful historical resource on the human geography of Ischia.

Dear History of Geography list,
Research has now revealed that the Ischia Manuscript MS408 is written in Graeco-Iberian language and uses a pronuncial writing system. All is explained in this paper: https://www.academia.edu/49263562/Voicing_the_Voynich_The_Pronuncial_Writing_System_and_Graeco_Iberian_Language_of_MS408_Ischia_Voynich_

Useful historical resource on ageing, illness and death.

Dear History of Death list,
Research has now revealed that the Ischia Manuscript MS408 is written in Graeco-Iberian language and uses a pronuncial writing system. All is explained in this paper: https://www.academia.edu/49263562/Voicing_the_Voynich_The_Pronuncial_Writing_System_and_Graeco_Iberian_Language_of_MS408_Ischia_Voynich_

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