The video link on the margin will lead you to a zoom interview in Spanish with Dr.
Conversations with guests and colleagues about their research and their experience in academic freedom, and other subjects - voice, image, and text.
Beatrice Pasciuta is a Legal Historian at the Law School, University of Palermo, Italy, where she also directs a research group on multicultural and multi confessional legal writing and power circulation during the Normand Kingdom of Sicily.
Alberto Montaner es catedrático de Literatura Española en la Universidad de Zaragoza (España).
En esta entrevista, Daniel Panateri, investigador del CONICET y profesor de la Universidad Nacional de San Martín, en Buenos Aires (Argentina), explica su trabajo como estudioso del derecho en la historia, con especial énfasis en su proyecto sobre las Siete Partidas de Alfonso X.
On the train from New Haven to New York City, and with the participation of Daniel Panateri (University of Buenos Aires), we offer this interview with Borja Franco Llopis (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid), an art historian working on the representations of Islam during the 16th and 17th centuries.
In this interview, or rather conversation, Souleymane Bachir Diagne talks about his experience as scholar in Philosophy in France, in Senegal, and in the United States.
Alexander Peña, a doctoral student of Medieval Studies at Yale, interviewed Professor Nuria de Castilla about her work on Arabic and Aljamiado literatures, and, in particular about her work with the morisco Qur’an and its characteristics.
The interview with David Nirenberg took place on December 12th, 2017, in his professorial office at The University of Chicago.