Professor Natalie Zemon Davis
Henry Charles Lea Professor of History Emeritus
will be addressing the Vancouver Institute on February 3, 2001 at 8:15 p.m. in Lecture Hall No. 2 in the Woodward Instructional Resources Centre, University of British Columbia.
Jews, Africans and Slavery
Professor Davis is considered the leading historian on early modern Europe. Her publications have changed the fields of French medieval and Renaissance history, and her work has influenced fields such as Women's Studies, English, Anthropology, Art History, Jewish Studies, Film Studies, and others. In addition to the more than 100 articles published in journals from Le Monde to the Budapest Review of Books to Representations, her books include Society and Culture in Early Modern France (1975; translated into six other languages), The Return of Martin Guerre (1983; eleven other languages), Fiction in the Archives (1987; four other languages), and Women on the Margins (1995; eight other languages).
Spring Program 2001
Jan 20, Jan 27, Feb 3, Feb 10, Feb 17, Feb 24, Mar 3, Mar 10, Mar 17, Mar 24.
(Compiled by Ted Powell--when time permits)
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