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june 2023

9jun9:00 am- 6:00 pmWriting the History of COVID-19: Lessons for the Next Pandemic

Nelishan Senocak and Agostino Paravicini Bagliani . A People’s Church: Medieval Italy and Christianity, 1050 – 1300. 2023: Cornell University Press.

Nelishan Senocak. Lateran IV: Theology and Care of Souls. 2023: Brepols Publishers.

Carl Wennerlind. Scarcity: A History from the Origins of Capitalism to the Climate Crisis. 2023: Harvard University Press.

Matthew L. Jones and Christopher Wiggins. How Data Happened: A History from the Age of Reason to the Age of Algorithms. 2023: W. W. Norton & Company.

Marc Van De Mieroop. Before and After Babel: Writing as Resistance in Ancient Near Eastern Empires. 2022: Oxford University Press.

Rhiannon Stephens. Poverty and Wealth in East Africa: A Conceptual History. 2022: Duke University Press

Marc Van De Mieroop. World in the Making, Volume Two since 1300. 2022: Oxford University Press.

Marc Van De Mieroop. World in the Making, Volume One to 1500. 2022: Oxford University Press.

Pablo Piccato. Historia mínima de la violencia en México. 2022: El Colegio de México.

Merlin Chowkwanyun. All Health Politics Is Local: Community Battles for Medical Care and Environmental Health. 2022: University of North Carolina Press.

Marc Van De MieroopThe Practice of Ancient Near Eastern History – Opera Minora. 2022: Ugarit-Verlag.

Rebecca Kobrin, editorSalo Baron: The Past and Future of Jewish Studies in America. 2022: Columbia University Press.

James StaffordThe Case of Ireland: Commerce, Empire and the European Order, 1750–1848. 2022: Cambridge University Press.