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2018 Ian Dyck Memorial Lecture: Natalie Zemon Davis

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Room 1400: SFU Harbour Centre Campus Vancouver

515 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3

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Please join us for the 2018 Ian Dyck Memorial Lecture featuring University of Toronto's professor Emerita Natalie Zemon Davis!

Natalie Zemon Davis: Leo Africanus Discovers 'Comedy': A Sixteenth-Century Mediterranean Adventure

This lecture considers aspects of cultural crossing with a focus on the Arabic/Islamic and European traditions of theatre through the eyes of a North African who lived for a time in Renaissance Italy.

Natalie Zemon Davis is the author of Society and Culture in Early Modern France (1975), The Return of Martin Guerre (1983), Fiction in the Archives (1987) and Trickster Travels (2006).
She has taught at a number of universities including Brown, Toronto, Berkeley and Princeton. Her work has been recognized internationally.
A Companion of the Order of Canada, she received the Holberg Prize in 2010 and the National Humanities Medal (USA) in 2012.

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Room 1400: SFU Harbour Centre Campus Vancouver

515 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3

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