In an Antique Land: History in the Guise of a Traveler's Tale is the Bridging Cultures Series talk given by Florence Eliza Glaze, the Lawrence B. and Jane P. Clark Chair in History. This talk is the fifth and final talk of this semester in the Muslim Journeys: Bridging Cultures book discussion series, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association. The talk focuses on the theme of Connected Histories, emphasizing the interconnected nature of the historical, cultural and commercial worlds of Islam and the West.
Bridging Cultures talks are hosted by The Jackson Family Center and the Kimbel Library. For more information please visit the Bridging Cultures website.