Graduate Early Modern Student Society (GEMSS) round-table from 4-5:30 p.m. in 7191 Helen C. White Hall. The event is free and everyone is welcome.
The theme is “Artificial Instruments: Technology and the Early Modern Period.” Panelists will include Dr. Florence Hsia (Department of History), Dr. David Hildner (Department of Spanish & Portuguese), Dr. Pablo Gomez (Department of History), Felipe Morgana (Department of Spanish & Portuguese), and Jorge Hernández-Lasa (Department of Spanish & Portuguese).
Please join us for what promises to be a wonderful discussion and consider sharing this event with others who might be interested. The poster is attached and please send any queries to GEMSS Co-Chairs Katie Robiadek (email@example.com) and Lauren Surovi (firstname.lastname@example.org).